On Monday, October 17, 2011, Mayor Mitch Landrieu will will officially present the 2012 budget to the City Council at 2:00 p.m. on Monda which will cover the city's proposed operating and capital budgets.
As part of the Budgeting for Outcomes process, Mayor Landrieu was recently joined by Councilmembers in holding community meetings in each council district to discuss citizen budget priorities for 2012. The Budgeting for Outcomes process is aimed at producing a more citizen-driven, user-friendly budget that reprioritizes how the City spends money and establishes expected outcomes and metrics for measuring performance.
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It’s déjà vu all over again for a broadband access project in Louisiana that saw the same mistakes repeated, leading to its demise both times.
by Lou Gehrig Burnett, Publisher of Fax-Net
Raymond Crews and Robbie Gatti are headed to a runoff in state House District 8 on April 29 to fill the seat left vacant when Mike Johnson was elected to Congress. Both are Republicans.
Crews came in first with 41% of the vote, followed by Gatti with 37%.. Two other candidates in the race were Duke Lowrie, who finished with 16%, and Patrick Harrington, who had 6%.
by Tom Aswell, Publisher of Louisiana Voice
It must be nice when you can get the rules written just for you.
There must come a time when even the most disinterested, blasé, apolitical person living has to look up from whatever else occupies his interest and say, “Wait a damned minute. This just ain’t right and we’re not gonna do it.”
It has been over three decades since our country’s last major tax reform was passed during the Reagan administration. Since that time, America has increased tax rates on businesses and individuals and become less competitive.