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CSED Programs
FEATURE: JON JOHNSON MEETING, JOB
OPPORTUNITIES: GLOBAL GREEN HOUSES AND FOOD VENDOR RFP, JOBS
In this section you will find important information:

CSED Team

Executive Director
Tracy Nelson
 

 

Program Coordinator & Urban Farm Manager 

Kathy Muse

 

Volunteer Coordinator

Warrenetta Banks

 

Resiliency Coordinator

David Eber

 

Energy Efficiency & Urban Farm Manager

Vincent Fedeli

 

Built Environment Outreach

Kevin Mercadel

 

Food Planning Coordinator 

Jenga Mwendo

 

Wetland Specialist

John Taylor    

 

Development Coordinator

Lisa Lynde   

 

Energy Efficiency Apprentice

Charles Reddick 

 

Food Planning Organizer 

Beverly Jackson

 

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Photo of the Week 

Students from the Louisiana State University school of Landscape Architecture at the Lower 9 Center for the Arts, presenting on their design ideas for the St. Maurice Wharf Warehouses.

CSED Board member and LSU Professor, Dr. Austin Allen, introduces the students to those who were in attendance.

Feature
 
Councilman Jon Johnson Holds Neighborhood Meeting Tonight!
     
For more information call: 504-658-1050

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All Souls Episcopal Church is Hiring
 
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HCNA MEETING TOMORROW, May 24th
5:30pm at 5130 Chartres St.
Opportunities 
 
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Help CSED put Lower 9 Residents in Global Green Houses! Plus Food Vendor RFP
 
     Global Green LogoGlobal Green is making a big push to sell the homes that they built in the Holy Cross Neighborhood located in the 400 block of Andry Street. 
 
See the fliers  here and here
 
     Also, Global Green is looking for a food vendor for the upcoming community center. Proposals are due to by June 8th. Please review the RFP here
 


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     City of New Orleans is Hiring
 
     The city of New Orleans is looking for skilled and unskilled laborers to work on city projects. These are legit and real jobs but they require that you fill out a job application and submit the required documents which are: photo ID, proof of residence in New Orleans, proof of income (just that you are low to moderate income).
     Please call Monday - Friday, (504) 941-2852 or email info@acommunityvoice.com for more information. They need people to start working in mid-May!
 
Sincerely,


Warrenetta C. Banks 

 

 


Warrenetta Banks
Lower 9th Ward CSED
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