To preserve the Vieux Carré as a national treasure, to maintain its quaint and distinctive character and to achieve in that historic, living neighborhood a quality of life which can be enjoyed by residents, fellow citizens, businesses and visitors.
These amendments, if approved, will be permanent changes to the Master Plan, the document that we New Orleanians voted to enshrine in the city charter as a means of depoliticizing the land use process in New Orleans. We all need to keep an eye on these amendments, and fully understand what they’d mean for our neighborhoods and our city.
Join us for the second installment of our new favorite summer event! We’ll be gathering at Salon by Sucré this Thursday evening from 5:30pm to 7:30pm to raise another glass to our beloved French Quarter.
On Wednesday, July 26th and again on Wednesday, August 2nd, the city will continue enforcement hearings against the operators of alleged illegal short-term rentals. If you have any information about STR operations at any of these locations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 581-7200, and of course, please plan to attend the upcoming hearing.