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Tracey's Original Irish Bar has been ordered to immediately cease operating, until such time as the owner provides an operational & management plan to the City which must include a viable solution to properly handle overcrowding.
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The work can be dirty at times, but we are grateful to serve such a beautiful city. Crews are working at Chartres and Ursuline today, so you may experience some road closures in this area.
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2019-2020 #PEBT - 2nd Application Period The initial application period closed on June 15, 2020. This second application period is aimed children who qualified but did not receive PEBT the first time. #COVID19 #coronavirus Details at dcfs.la.gov/pebt.
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Wearing a mask keeps #NOLA safe! Thanks to our riders for wearing face coverings and social distancing when riding transit. #COVIDNOLA #MaskUpNOLA
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Receiving unwanted alerts from our alert system? Coastal Flood Watches, Advisories & Warnings are generated by @NWSNewOrleans & usually apply only to areas outside levees. You can login to your account & deselect alert types if you don’t want to receive. member.everbridge.net/index/17724170…
.@CoreResponse partnering with @NORDCommission to offer free #covid19 testing at Lyons Center this week. This is a self-administered oral swab test. More at ready.nola.gov/testing
Reminder: The @CDCgov issued a residential eviction moratorium through Dec. 31 to keep people safe & in their homes during the #COVID19 pandemic. Under this order, a landlord shall not evict any "covered" person from any residential property. More at ready.nola.gov/assistance/#ev…
Anyone who has recently been at a large gathering where people were not observing social distancing guidelines should get tested. Also, anyone who has tested positive should isolate themselves and contact their doctors. Find a testing site online: ready.nola.gov/testing
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#TESTING: Get your family tested TODAY! 🚘 Drive-thru: Mahalia Jackson 8a-6p Lake Front Arena 8a-6p 🚶🏽👩🏾‍🦽Walk-up: Progressive Baptist Church 1214 S. Robertson 8a-1:30p Lyons Rec Center 1p-etCqgq
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Reminder to remove vehicles from neutral grounds this morning.
💛⬇️💛 Did you kno@CoreResponsese has been offering free communit#COVID1919 testing i#NOLALA since Maytwitter.com/coreresponse/s…No
New Orleans Weekly Briefing: Covid19 Update 📉 New Orleans is below our milestone threshold! Data:ready.nola.gov/dataU ⬇️ Amount of testing declined due to storms. Testing Info:ready.nola.gov/testingS 🗓 Next Week: Update on easementd2
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WHY DON’T WE COUNT MORE? We aren’t being counted. Days to go with the @uscensusbureau count and we can’t hit a 70% self response rate. SAD. We must do better. Read my latest at @NOLAnews. @nolaready #NOLACounts @LouisianaGov @faircount @unumfund nola.com/opinions/will_…
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The @CityOfNOLA #COVID19 meal assistance program has been extended through at least October 4th, delivering restaurant-made meals directly to your door. Go to nola311.org/MealAssist or call 311 to sign up.
There have been 62 New Orleanians diagnosed with #COVID19 and zero deaths since yesterday. See full data at ready.nola.gov/data
As #Beta moves inland over Texas, the Flash Flood Watch has been canceled for Orleans Parish. Neutral ground parking will end at 8am Wednesday. Please remove vehicles before that time. ready.nola.gov
4 AM CDT Update on #Beta. Beta will remain stalled over Texas today and weaken into a depression. Coastal flooding will continue to be the primary concern with locally heavy rainfall being the other threat to watch for through tomorrow. #lawx #mswx
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Tents & wind don’t mix, so we’re converting the UNO drive-thru #COVID19 testing site to a walk-up site for a few days. Drive to the Lakefront Arena North parking lot and follow the instructions of the testing personnel.
.@LouisianaHRH is developing trainings on potential hazards after hurricanes. We're looking for personal experiences to help inform folks on what to expect & ways to recover after storms. If you have stories about well water, mold or heat-related illness, email [email protected]
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Periods of rain & windy conditions will start out mainly offshore & in coastal areas of southeast LA, but then showers & isolated thunderstorms will spread inland with locally heavy rain expected on Tuesday. #lawx #mswx
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There have been two new cases of #COVID19 and zero deaths reported in NOLA since yesterday. See data at ready.nola.gov/data
NOLA Workers: The New Orleans Reopening Advisory Panel wants to hear from you. Please fill out this Workforce Pulse Survey to help them understand how best to support and connect #NOLA residents to employment, training & resources: surveymonkey.com/r/WorkforcePul…
#BETA Update: Normal trash & recycling collection occurring. Place carts curbside after 4pm the day before collection day. Secure on property after complete. #CleanUpNOLA
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1918 pandemic...2020 pandemic. We did it then & we can do it again. #NOLAReady #MaskUpNOLA
Coastal Flooding: See this earlier thread for coastal flooding impacts and information. #mswx #lawx twitter.com/NWSNewOrleans/…
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Gusty Winds: Winds 15 to 25 mph gusting up to 40 mph is likely today through the evening hours for the South shore areas and could persist through the overnight hours. Gusty winds are likely in the marine waters, especially today persisting through Wednesday. #mswx #lawx
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Heavy Rainfall: There is a Moderate Risk out for our area for Tuesday and Tuesday evening. Rainfall amounts between 4 and 6 inches are expected with locally higher amounts possible. The location of heaviest rainfall is highly dependent upon where any bands set up. #mswx #lawx
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Want to know what the weather and impacts associated with TS Beta will be for our local area for the next few days? We are expecting the potential for heavy rainfall, ongoing and persistent coastal flooding, and some gusty winds. We will break it down here below. #mswx #lawx
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⚾️Stadiums limited to 25% occupancy or 250 people, indoor gyms limited to 25% or 100 people (whichever is less) ⚽️No alcohol sales permitted at stadiums gyms. ⛹🏽See details at:ready.nola.gov/reopeningbO
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Today, @nolahealthdept & @NORDCommission announced that high school and recreational sports will be allowed to resume, following the guidelines of the LHSAA. @CityOfNOLA 🏈Masking and social distancing required. 🏀City & conference guidelines must be followed.
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Watch the full press conference here: facebook.com/mayorcantrell/…
Today, the @nolahealthdept & @NORDCommission announced that high school and recreational sports will be allowed to resume, following the guidelines of the LHSAA. See details at ready.nola.gov/incident/coron…
... and all 5 frequency changers are available, as well. One underpass pump at Press Drive is under repair. Underpasses should be avoided during severe weather because they are prone to flooding. Continue to follow our partners at @nolaready & @CityOfNOLA for updates.
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Two constant-duty pumps are out of service, but these are smaller units used to regulate groundwater in canals; not large enough to be critical during a flood fight. Turbines 1, 3, 4 & 6 are available for service, as well as all 5 Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD) generators...
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The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (SWBNO) is closely monitoring tropical weather developments over the next several days. One pump at Drainage Pump Station 7 in Lakeview is under repair. That puts us at 98 of 99 drainage pumps available for service.
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Drive-thru testing cancelled at UNO due to wind this morning. ⚠️🦠7
In the event we see heavy rain and street flooding from #Beta's rain bands, be ready to stay indoors & off the roads. Our new flood warning system alerts drivers to rising water at underpasses around the city prone to flooding. If the lights are flashing, the road is closed.
☔️ Widespread rainfall of 4-6 inches with locally higher amounts are expected today and through Wednesday Night. The heaviest rain is expected to fall overnight tonight through Tuesday night. 📻📺📱 Have a way to receive warnins22
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A Moderate Risk for excessive rainfall is now highlighted by @NWSWPC across a good portion of SELA Tuesday & Tuesday Night with a Slight Risk surrounding it. A Slight Risk is also highlighted for all of SELA & southwest MS Wednesday & Wednesday Night. #LAwx #MSwx
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⚠️ We are still concerned with the threat of heavy rain. A Flash Flood watch remains in effect & was expanded to include more parishes north of I-12. Rain should begin to increase in coverage through the day. #LAwx #MSwx
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⚠️TODAY: @CityOfNOLA reminds residents of reactivated school zone cameras. - School zone cameras & warning lights are activated now for the new school year. School zone hours are between 7:00am-9:00am & between 2:45pm-4:45pm. Drive safely.
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4 AM CDT Update for Tropical Storm Beta. #Beta has weakened to a 50 mph storm as it moves toward the Texas coast. Coastal flooding and locally heavy rainfall continue to be the primary concerns for SELA and S MS from this system. #lawx #mswx
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A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for Orleans Parish through Wednesday evening in anticipation of rain from #Beta. Neutral ground parking allowed beginning at 6 pm tonight & until further notice. Please do not block intersections, streetcar tracks, or bike paths.
There have been 56 new cases of #COVID19 and 2 deaths reported in New Orleans since Friday. See data at ready.nola.gov/data.
205p - Moderate coastal flooding is occurring and will persist along east & northeast facing shores. Gauges at the Bonnet Carre Spillway & Shell Beach both at or just above moderate flood stages around 3 ft. You can monitor all the NOAA tide gauges here: tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/
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159p - #Beta looking a bit more organized over the last couple hours. Main threats for SE LA and S MS continue to be minor to moderate coastal flooding, heavy rain and possible flash flooding, and gusty winds. #lawx #mswx
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Here's the 1pm position update for TS #Beta. No changes to expected impacts across SE LA and S MS. 🌊 Minor to moderate coastal flooding 🌧️ Heavy rain and possible flash flooding 🌬️ Gusty winds mainly south of the I-10 corrido#lawxa#mswxsKcf
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The lake is high this afternoon with coastal flooding from #Beta. Portions of Lakeshore Drive closed to vehicle traffic. @SLFPAE
Stay weather alert #NOLA as we’re monitoring Tropical Storm #Beta. @nolaready Text BETANOLA to 888777 for updates from @CityOfNOLA
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