Jackie Clarkson

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372 documents for Jackie Clarkson
  • The New Orleans City Council is scheduled to vote Feb. 16 an ordinance introduced to establish a citywide curfew of 8 p.m. seven days a week for anyone 16 years old or younger. The proposal, authored by Councilman Jon Johnson, is an extension of a similar curfew approved Jan. 6 for the French Quarter and Frenchmen Street entertainment district.

  • New Orleans City Council members will ask business owners whose employees take a ferry to get to work to help those workers pay for their ride. Councilwomen Jackie Clarkson and Kristin Palmer and the nonprofit organization Friends of the Ferry are planning a campaign to encourage employers to help pay the $2 fee for a one-way trip on the Algiers-Canal Street ferry once it is collected.

  • City Council vice president Jackie Clarkson is calling on state lawmakers to kill a bill that would require a city master plan to receive voter approval. State Sen. Ed Murray, D-New Orleans, is sponsoring Senate Bill 75 which calls for a referendum after consultants complete a master plan that will set planning and zoning rules in the city. In November, New Orleans voters approved an city charter amendment Clarkson authored that gives the master plan the power of law once it is created.

  • The more City Council President Jackie Clarkson spoke at a town hall meeting Tuesday night in eastern New Orleans, the more upset people became. Clarkson wasn't a scheduled speaker at the meeting, which was part of a series Mayor Mitch Landrieu is hosting to gather input on the 2012 city budget. The well-attended annual meetings are a magnet for politicians and other public officials. Landrieu brings his entire administration, but he is the only official who typically speaks, save for a few introductory and ceremonial comments by others.

  • Obituaries Today Brown, Bonnie H. Clarkson, William R. Collins, Wilma S. Costinteen, Mike J. Davis, John Dickinson, Bonnie M. Fewell, Nathan K. Fields, Fred Green, Charles G. Sr. Hammack, Hubert E. Mansfield, Carl E. McNutt, Mary E. Molnar, Billy L. Moore, Annajane Moore, Charles Jr. Morris-Burroughs, Betty G. Pino, Mark A. Puckett, Edgar L. Richmond, Leonard M. Spencer, Violet R. Staten, JoAnn Turner, Jackie L. Ward, Johnny D. Williams, Caden L. Bonnie Hazel Brown

  • New Orleans City Councilmember Jackie Clarkson will conduct a seminar Avoiding Foreclosures from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the New Orleans City Cou...

  • The odds-on-favorite to win a runoff position in the competitive New Orleans City Council-at-large race is former legislator and council member Jackie Clarkson, a Democrat. Clarkson has won a bevy of endorsements, including the Alliance for Good Government, the Orleans Parish Republican Party and the Regular Democratic Organization among others. This support, along with a base of 47,000 people who voted for her last year in the at- large race, will help Clarkson win a runoff position.

  • From staff reports Melissa Waldie's goal with 3 minutes, 25 seconds left in overtime lifted the Clarkson women's hockey team to a 2-1 win over Yale Friday in ECAC play at Potsdam, N.Y. Aurora Kennedy scored a goal and Jackie Snikeris made 37 saves for Yale (5-11-2). Daris Tendler scored for Clarkson (8-13-3).

  • Councilwoman Jackie Clarkson summed up the pickle that is the World Trade Center building, which the city leases to the WTC organization, with a simple observation. Neither of us can afford it," said Clarkson, who is on the board of the New Orleans Building Corp., the agency that oversees city- owned buildings.

  • My line of work involves interviewing elected officials and politicians, and most of these conversations take place during normal working hours. But just in the past year I've been called on my personal phone after hours by Bobby Jindal, David Vitter, Leon Cannizzaro and Jackie Clarkson, and I couldn't get a word in edgewise. These "robocalls" are the target of a bill state Rep. Cameron Henry is backing to amend the Telephone Solicitation Relief Act of 2001, which create Louisiana's "Do Not Call" list. If Henry's measure is approved, candidates and politicians who use robocalls will have to check the list and remove any numbers from the calls they make.

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