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May 18, 2023 | From City of New Orleans
Mayor LaToya Cantrell today was joined by Director of Parks and Parkways Michael Karam, Director of Capital Projects Vincent Smith, Deputy Chief Resilience Officer Greg Nichols, District C Councilmember Freddie King and members of the Algiers Point Association, Algiers Economic Development Foundation and Algiers Neighborhood Presidents Council to celebrate the planting of 1,165 trees citywide. Today’s ribbon cutting was held at McDonogh Memorial Park in Algiers, the new home to three magnolias and one live oak.
December 13, 2022 | From City of New Orleans
The City of New Orleans today announced that the Department of Parks & Parkways (Parkways) will plant 1,165 trees citywide starting Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022.
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