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Bring New Orleans Back

Our beloved city endured the worst natural disaster in this country's history. Although we lost a piece of ourselves and many loved ones, we have emerged with our spirit intact. Our pride in New Orleans will last forever.

Everyone who knows America's Most Unique City understands the character that lives in the soul of our people, the creativity that rises from our neutral grounds and the essence that drips from our moss draped oaks to form a canopy of heaven.

Now is the time to form a united front. Together, we will rebuild New Orleans.

Together, we will become stronger and smarter, bringing a diverse group of talent to the table to plan for our future.

Together, we will take the lead on our tremendous rebuilding effort, with help from federal, state and other officials.

Jazz needs you, Creole cooking needs you, and New Orleans needs you now more than ever. So check out some places to stay and pay New Orleans a visit.

Share our vision. Support New Orleans and have a great time. Whether you choose a hotel or vacation rentals - a stay in New Orleans is an experience to remember.

Thank you for your help.

Commission Final Reports

Mayor's Rebuilding Plan Final Size: 1.09MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 5/25/2006 12:42 PM

Attachments:

Land Use Committee Report
Infrastructure Committee Report
Culture Committee Report
Education Committee Report
Health and Social Services Committee Report
Economic Development Committee Report
Mt Auburn & Associates Economic Development Recommendations
Government Effectiveness Committee Report

URBAN PLANNING COMMITTEE: ACTION PLAN FOR NEW ORLEANS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Size: 109.00KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 3/15/2006 8:25 AM

 

Urban Planning Final Report Size: 3.75MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 6/14/2006 1:58 PM

 

Cox Cable Air Dates for Urban Planning Final Report Size: 33.30KB
Type: mht
Last Updated On: 1/17/2006 2:02 PM

 

Education Committee Final Report Size: 227.60KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 1/17/2006 2:04 PM

 

Cultural Committee Final Report Size: 2.38MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 1/18/2006 1:10 PM

 

Infrastructure Final Report Levees Size: 7.31MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:08 PM

 

Infrastructure Final Report Levees REVISED Size: 7.42MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:08 PM

 

Infrastructure Final Report Criminal Justice System Size: 95.47KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:08 PM

 

Infrastructure Final Report Public Transit Size: 244.10KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:07 PM

 

Government Effectiveness Final Report Size: 537.00KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:07 PM

 

Health and Social Services Final Presentation Size: 537.21KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:06 PM

 

Health and Social Services Final Report Size: 1.03MB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:06 PM

 

Economic Development Power Point Final Presentation Size: 181.79KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/22/2006 4:06 PM

 

Economic Development Executive Summary Size: 34.32KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/3/2006 10:59 AM

 

Economic Development Final Report Size: 643.75KB
Type: pdf
Last Updated On: 2/3/2006 10:56 AM

 

BNOB Final Reports on Cox Cable Size: 8.52KB
Type: htm
Last Updated On: 2/3/2006 10:42 AM

 

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The Education CommitteeThe Education Committee

Mayor Ray Nagin's Bring New Orleans Back Commission created a sub-committee to develop a plan to reform and rebuild the educational system in Orleans Parish. The Education Committee's mission is to create an educational system that distinguishes New Orleans in a positive way, attracting both families and businesses to the city. The Education Committee is committed to developing a plan for a school system that will serve as a model for schools in the 21st century.

The Cultural Committee WebsiteThe Cultural Committee

Mayor Ray Nagin's Bring New Orleans Back Commission created a sub-committee to develop a plan to repair and rebuild the cultural fabric of New Orleans. The Cultural Sub-Committees objective is to establish a sustainable economic environment for the local creative industries by preserving in perpetuity the heritage and vitality that creates our unique cultural fiber. Further, our objective is to promote at a grander scale the culture that has been in place for generations while simultaneously creating a new concept that will compliment and enhance our City.

Our Committee is compiling information that will be presented to Congress in hopes of acquiring their assistance in rebuilding the cultural fabric of New Orleans. However, we cannot accomplish this task without your help. We ask that you please take a moment to complete our survey by Saturday, November 26, 2005. We are attempting to quantify the impact Hurricane Katrina had on our cultural community. Please be assured that the information you provide will be kept confidential and used for the sole purpose of the is Committee and providing the final analysis to Congress.

The Education CommitteeThe Technology Subcommittee

The Technology Subcommittee is part of the Economic Development Committee of the Mayor's "Bring New Orleans Back Commission." The mission of the Technology Subcommittee is to assure an open, inclusive and vibrant business community that will create livable wage and higher salaried jobs to our qualified citizens.

Government Effectiveness CommitteeThe Government Effectiveness

The Government Effectiveness task is to suggest possible changes in local government structure and function that would insure effective responses to the challenges facing our city post-Katrina. We have one important guiding principle: That all proposals should foster government that is ethical, efficient, transparent, and adequately and fairly funded.

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