By Lisa Stafford
By law, the U. S. Census, an official population count, occurs every 10 years. Most areas—about three of every four households—will receive an invitation to respond online (or by phone), while the other households will receive a paper questionnaire along with an invitation to respond online.
Here’s why you should participate
Continue reading “Gearing up for the 2020 Census”
In celebration of NOELA Services’ 10 year anniversary, items from previous editions of the NOELA Newsletter will be reintroduced. This week’s focus is on the year 2010.
See below for what occurred in Politics, Economic Development, Environment, Blight, Education, Healthcare, Culture & Recreation, Quality of Life, Real Estate, Beautification, Crime & Safety, Churches, Awards and Film.
Continue reading “New Orleans East – 2010”
By Michael A. LeVasseur, Crime Prevention & Safety Specialist, CPA Level II
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Commander Lawrence Dupree, NOPD 7th District
It seems like every month or so someone enters a public place with a weapon and begins shooting innocent people. There may be no rhyme or reason for the shootings. Someone wakes up one day, isn’t happy with their life and decides to kill as many people as they can before taking their own lives. Often we wonder what we can do to avoid becoming a victim of a mass shooting if it occurs in a place we work or visit. Continue reading “Are You Ready For An Active Shooter?”