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Kristin G. Palmer
New Orleanian, mom, wife, entrepreneur. Democrat. Councilmember for New Orleans City Council, District "C."
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Kristin G. Palmer retweeted
New Orleans Health Department 23h
As the preps for tropical storm if you or a loved one are in need of extra medical or mobility assistance during an emergency sign up for the City’s Special Needs Registry. Need further assistance with the online application? Call 3-1-1 for help.
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Kristin G. Palmer 21h
No caption. This sign outside of the says it all.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 5
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NOLA 311 Jun 4
Although 's track is uncertain, we do know heavy rain is expected in the over the weekend. Please clear leaves and debris from catch basins in your area to help decrease the risk of flooding. Give us call if you need assistance cleaning a catch basin.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 4
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our federal leaders. But we still must commit to doing better. We must make equity part of our value system. And most importantly, act upon it.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 4
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of hate that the officers exhibited during those 9 minutes Officer Chauvin pressed his knee into George's neck, killing him. The outpouring protests around the country and the world should be commended. The unity we have seen is stronger than the disunity we have yet to see by
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 4
passed a resolution today strongly condemning the murder of George Floyd, systemic institutionalized racism and police violence against African Americans. The horrific video of the murder of George Floyd should never be forgotten nor should the impassive faces
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Susan Whelan Jun 3
District C drive thru food pantry tomorrow at 9 am at Holy Angels. There’s also a drive thru food pantry on Friday at Berean Bible Church 1-3 pm. Please share this info with anyone who might need it.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 3
What she 👇🏻👇🏻said! Stay and have an evacuation plan.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 3
The projects an active and above normal . As the monitors what is now Tropical Storm in the Bay of Campeche. Stay . Receive text alerts: text your zip code to 888777 or go to .
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NOLA Ready #Cristobal Jun 2
The is monitoring what is now Tropical Storm in the Bay of Campeche. Regardless of eventual development, we expect to see heavy rain in this weekend.
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Mayor LaToya Cantrell Jun 2
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The City Of New Orleans Jun 2
Thank you for your peaceful stand against . Our community proved that we will not be influenced by out of town agitators. 🖤
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 1
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repaved, repaired or received sewage or drainage upgrades/improvements. As our city prepares for hurricane season, improving our drainage system will be vital to reducing flooding during heavy rain events.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 1
A small crowd of residents gathering to watch as and I announced the completion of $3.8 million dollars in road and infrastructure improvements in the St. Claude neighborhood. At least 30 streets in the area were
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NOLACityCouncil Jun 1
HAPPENING TODAY AT 3 PM 👇
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Nola Tree Project Jun 1
Impact Since 2006: 56,288 TREES PLANTED 150,000 VOLUNTEERS 600,000 HOURS SERVED 175,000 MEALS DELIVERED (COVID-19 Response) $16.6 MILLION ECONOMIC IMPACT! Please give if you can to keep us going.
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Kristin G. Palmer Jun 1
& my office are continuing our partnership to host weekly food pantries for families & individuals impacted by the economic downturn of . Schedule 👇🏻👇🏻for this week's (drive-up & walk-up) food pantries. No docs required. to help spread the word.
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Kristin G. Palmer May 30
Jugs Krewe of NOMTOC members including Police Chief Shaun Ferguson assisted me with handing out 1,500 masks to residents. It’s great to see organizations such as supporting the community, volunteering their time and urging our neighbors to .
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Kristin G. Palmer May 29
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seniors & transit riders. If you you know how to sew, consider donating your homemade face coverings to . We are still receiving hundreds of requests everyday from residents who need a mask. Thank you to all of our donors and to Mrs. Hernandaz. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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