The Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office will be holding question and answer sessions to help business owners understand how to log-in to the Assessor’s online portal and fill out their LAT 5 Business Personal Property Self Reporting Forms electronically at nolaassessor.com, announced Orleans Parish Assessor Erroll Williams.
The sessions are free and will offer direct staff assistance regarding completion and online submittal of the form, as well as general questions about the form itself.
Young Audiences Charter School will hold its 5th Annual YACS Fest on Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the Kate Middleton Campus at 1407 Virgil St Gretna, LA. The entire community is invited to join the family-friendly fun.
The event will feature performances by Curtis Pierre, Music of India, and YACS students, as well as carnival games, inflatables, a dunk booth, and arts and crafts booths led by professional teaching artists. There will be delicious food, including jambalaya and hot sauce donated and prepared by Zatarain’s. Additionally, the YACS Parent Community Organization will be selling baked goods to refresh classroom school supplies.
MEDICAL-LEGAL TEAM MOVES TO PROTECT AND HELP OPIOID AFFECTED INFANTS AND CHILDREN IN LOUISIANA
Louisiana has one of the highest dependency rates on Medicaid insurance in the nation with over 1.4 million Medicaid enrollees, and unfortunately one out of every five Medicaid-served mothers consumed opioids at some point during their pregnancy resulting in numerous babies being born addicted, according to a medical-legal team which took its case to protect opioid-affected infants to court in Louisiana, which to the best of the lawyers’ knowledge is the first of this type in the country. The suit seeks funds to treat and protect these opioid dependent babies, children and youth.
RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES AGREE: THE TRUTH ABOUT ST. LOUIS’ HISTORY WITH TOXIC AND CARCINOGENIC RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL WILL BE CONFIRMED BY SOLID SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
After an historic filing of class action suits in St. Louis County this week by residents, property owners and businesses, which seek redress for health and property losses related to decades of public exposure to radiocative toxic carcinogens, Bridgeton Landfill, LLC released this statement of continuing denial to the press:
The man who learned he loved teaching school one summer while teaching Algiers 5th graders in the early 1970s is erasing the proverbial blackboard one last time: Dr. Brian Riedlinger---long recognized as one of Louisiana’s top public educators---retires after a career that spanned five decades.
Residents and businesses impacted by St. Louis’ 75-year history of transporting and storing radioactive waste proved their lack of patience in awaiting redress of their health and property losses related to decades of unwitting exposure to toxic carcinogens: Two class action lawsuits were filed in the 21st Judicial Court of St. Louis County against numerous corporations and public agencies, including St. Louis Airport Authority.
National and local trial attorneys, led by St. Louis lawyers Ryan Keane of Keane Law and A. Gray of Johnson Gray Law, represent the private citizens. The legal team has successfully litigated against companies and corporations associated with radioactive waste for many years.