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ABOUT ENONAC

'Uniting and strengthening New Orleans East neighborhoods'


Accomplishments of Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission recognized - NOLA.com

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Sylvia Scineaux-Richard

President's Message

Committees

The work of ENONAC is done by committees in collaboration with ENONAC leadership, the city and other organizations focused on re- building Eastern New Orleans.
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Commission Advisory Board
ENONAC is goverened by an Executive Board comprised of seven residents of the  community..
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MEETING CALENDAR
Get involved with your community at these upcoming ENONAC meetings.
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'Uniting and strengthening New Orleans East neighborhoods'

ACCOMPLISHMENTS - 2015

  ·   Prepared Thanksgiving baskets of living essentials for senior citizens in partnership with 7   District NOPD.

  ·   Prepared Thanksgiving baskets of living essentials for senior citizens in partnership with 7   District NOPD.

 
With the help and involvement of ENONAC the following were accomplished in 2015…

 

JANUARY

·      Investigated, lobbied and stopped a proposed Halfway House on a major thoroughfare

·      Participated and represented ENONAC at the Citywide Neighborhood Leadership Roundtable

·      Pushed for completion of repair project of the Chef/I-10 On-ramp  now completed

 

FEBRARY

·      Met with developer and encouraged the building of a hotel on Levy Drive.

·      Discussed and met with community stakeholders on Short-Term rental issue.

·      Worked with development of an outdoor music venue and high-end retail festival park (Tipitina’s) at the Lakefront Airport,

Southshore Harbor

·      Provided needed resources/food supplies for NOPD during Mardi Gras season

 

MARCH

·      Prevented non-compliant opening of Luxe reception hall

·      Opposed non-conforming location of alternative school on Levy Dr., a commercial tract where a hotel was proposed to locate.

 

APRIL

·      Lobbied to prevent continuing night club nuisance on Bullard Rd.

 

MAY & JUNE

·      Participated in planning and discussion of proposed amendments of Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance (CZO) at City Council

meetings, with CPC staff and individual City Council members

·      Held a Community Outreach Business & Spiritual Breakfast to specifically involve our spiritual leaders in ENO issues

·      Traveled to Baton Rouge and lobbied successfully to prevent an undesirable developer from receiving State Bond money,

approximately $28 million, to purchase the Hidden Lake Apartment complex.

·      Negotiated successfully with the owners of the Lake Forest mall vacant land property to remove illegally parked 18-wheelers

that were trashing Read Rd.

 

JULY

·     Met with City Planning Commission (CPC), Councilman Gray and developers to discuss zoning change request at 10112 Plainfield

Dr. that was inconsistent with the Master Plan and asked that it be denied.

 

AUGUST

·      Sponsored a K-10 Commemoration and all ENO Neighborhoods Celebration event at Joe Brown Park. This special outdoor event

provided free games & food for the children and live entertainment for the adults. It was hosted by the Commission Advisory

Board (CAB) of ENONAC to focus their commitment to neighborhoods and acknowledge community resilience.

 

SEPTEMBER

·      Studied and rendered residential concerns and suggestions reference a rehabilitation home to be located at 9660 Lake Forest

Blvd.

·      Met with Councilman Gray and community stakeholders to discuss possible locations for an off-track betting and ABO licensed

facility other than those that include major thoroughfares or near schools and/or churches.

·      Co-sponsored a Gubernatorial Forum at Dillard University with African American Women of Purpose and Power (AAWPP).

 

OCTOBER

·      Cosponsored an Education Candidates Forum to provide a knowledge base to residents for selection of candidates to the BESE

and OPSB.

·      Notified residents of plans to use Bond money, without allowing community input, to develop a large apartment complex,

Village of Versailles.

 

NOVEMBER

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·      Several ENONAC Commissioners attended and graduated from the City Leadership Academy, allowing them eligibility to apply

to be considered to serve on the City’s Boards and Commissions.

 

DECEMBER

·      Co-sponsored a toy giveaway to elementary school children in conjunction with the Toys for Tots progra

·       Held 6th Annual ENONAC Holiday Extravaganza, bringing ENO residents and businesses together in fun, food and fellowship.  

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