YLC Soccer League

YLC (Young Leadership Council) Kicks at NORDC is a sports-based youth development soccer league we run at eleven NORDC parks throughout the city. The league lasts eleven weeks and runs until Saturday, May 16 this year. We hold one night of practice per week and one night or day of games. We have started the season but are still registering kids.

Harrell is one of our parks and we practice on the turf on Thursday nights from 6:00-7:15 pm and play games on the turf on Friday nights from 6:00-8:00 pm. The league is fully funded by the YLC and free to families.

You can find more information about the YLC at www.ylcnola.org and about YLC Kicks at www.ylckicks.org.

People can register online at www.ylckicks.org or by paper registration.

Please let me know if you have any questions or wish to discuss further.2015 YLC Kicks at NORDC League Registration Form Harrell – 2015 YLC Kicks at NORDC Schedule

Thank you,

Richard Pavlick

(504) 939-0884


Schedule and 12 Step Program for Improving the Quality of Life in New Orleans

Please see attached documents from the Department of Sanitation on how residents can improve neighborhood quality of life.  Feel free to distribute this information widely to your networks.



Laura A. Mellem

Neighborhood Liaison

(504) 658-4982


Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office

City of New Orleans

1300 Perdido Street, Suite 8E06

www.nola.gov/neo San 12 Step Program for Improving the Quality of Life in New Orleans 8-25-14 rev 3-10-15 SAN DROP OFF Schedule Change 2015 FLYER 3-21-15 w facts and Iron Mountain logo

CRNA Board Meeting Minutes – March 12, 2015 draft

CRNA Board minutes-2015 3.12 rev

March 12th CRNA Board Agenda – Draft

Agenda for March 12 2015 Draft

Carrollton Area Network (CAN) – Egg’n Hole – Hunt

2015 flyer hvn 20150307

Materials for the FEMA NHPA Carrollton Water Towers Upcoming Presentation @ CRNA Board Meeting

S&WB Water Hammer Project Hand-Out SWB Flyer-NHPA 106 March 2015 FEMA S&WB Water Tower NHPA 106 Presentation-March 2015

CRNA Board Statement regarding the status of the Carrollton Courthouse

“CRNA supports designation of the ‘Carrollton Courthouse’ as a historic landmark and supports its nomination to the National Trust as one of the most endangered historic sites.”

Barry Brantley, President 

Carrollton-Riverbend Neighborhood Association

Toll free 1-877-328-6038

Phone 504-866-3855

Fax 504-866-3853

Cell 504-782-0417



February CRNA Board Meeting Minutes – Draft

CRNA Board minutes-2015 2.19 draft