Angela talks Give NOLA Day with Paulette Carter of the Children's Bureau of New Orleans, Jeff Dorson of the Humane Society, Felice Hill of Daughters of Charity Foundation, and Albert Ruesga of the Greater New Orleans Foundation.
again the work at children's hero so children's bill provides counseling and mental health services to children and families and community. I'm really we're about access and so. A lot of our services are delivered in the homes and in the schools. And they are all pretty much free of charge so it's about making sure that every child. In our community has has access to two to mental health services and quality mental health services . A lot of our return grief and trauma. We do a lot unfortunately too much grief and trauma work in this community.
didn't hear I didn't see the boxing match so I didn't hear JamieFoxx is version. Of the National Anthem but some did it. Yet there is some criticisms of my JamieFoxx he sang the National Anthem before the big fight of the century between now and Mayweather and Pacquiao. A Saturday in Vegas
subscribe to our own. Quite often you hear it is criticism of JamieFoxx or criticism of a rap artists. But differ criticism of a country artist when they take their own take on. I just
over search. Forty to 45%. Of all properties in Orleans parish are payingtaxes . Sixty to 65%. Knocked. Properties. And that means not just homeowners. I'm talking about. There are state properties they are city properties
you know below state standards to completely perhaps Miller we were to buybooks and other library materials. And the technology piece which adjustment to which is essential to so many people. You know being less
Angela goes in depth about an investigative report aired on WWL-TV about the lack of public safety and police funding cuts under Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Police Chief Ronal Serpas with WWL-TV investigative reporter Michael Perlstein, Metroplitan Crime Commission President Rafael Goyeneche, PANO President Michael Glasser, Fraternal Order of Police Donovan Livaccari, and Mayor Landrieu himself.
Angela goes in depth with Fire Fighters Union President Nick Felton about the controversy heating up between the Fire Fighters and the City Council over court ordered back pay in the range of $75 million that the city government is refusing to pay.
itself and there was that meeting were the firefighters were at the CityCouncil chambers. And the business community group that was trying to help negotiate things offered the four ideas and they were all rejected.
Do you think he's gonna say too because the mayor and the CityCouncil being called up to saying you'll be held in contempt if you don't get this thing. Do you think if they say
talking about the fireman's pension. We're talking about this mayor and the CityCouncil be going to court on June 11. To saying. To say want to say on a separate issue not even the pension
thoughts on what's happening in Baltimore this craziness with the looting. Film tax credits and down also wanna talk about I know. Benefit. The beat Todd Vanessa want to talk about it but NFL comes out today and says it will give up its taxexemption . So stay with this give us call 260187. The financial on WW. Here with Tom an assist for talking hot topics I'm