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ABOUT ENONAC

'Uniting and strengthening New Orleans East neighborhoods'

 

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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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Executive Board
 
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'

 
ABOUT ENONAC
EAST NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMISSION
 
The East New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission (ENONAC) seeks to aid the community in managing the inevitable growth of New Orleans East, promoting homeownership as well as attracting a state of the art hospital and healthcare, quality retail and amenities, while serving the goal of sustaining an increase of property values and preserving the quality of life and the natural resources of the New Orleans East Community.
     

Legislature of Louisiana adopted Act 394 during the Regular Session of 2009; and  Act 394 (R.S. 33:9100) created the Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission, Section 1 of Act 1236 created the EASTERN NEW ORLEANS NEIGHBORHOOD ADVISORY COMMISSION, hereinafter referred to as the “ENONAC”. The boundaries of ENONAC are the Industrial Canal to the west, the Intracoastal Canal to the south, the St. Tammany Parish Line to the east, and Lake Pontchartrain to the north. Act 394 mandates that ENONAC may advise the New Orleans City Council, the Mayor and all agencies under the purview of the aforementioned offices, and all independent agencies, boards and commissions of the government of the City of New Orleans and State of Louisiana, with respect to all proposed matters including, but not limited to, decision regarding neighborhood planning, housing density, economic development, traffic, parking , recreation, street improvements, liquor licenses, zoning, police protection, sanitation and trash collection, social service programs, education, health, safety, and budget which affect the ENONAC area.

The By Laws of the Commission stipulates that ENONAC may present its views to any agency and may initiate its own proposals which promote the general welfare of the overall development of the Areas of Emphasis or Areas of Interest.

         
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