Agenda & Zoom info CRNA Meeting 11 Feb 2021

Thursday, 11 February 2021

6:30: Hellos, $, approve last meeting’s minutes

6:45: Councilman Joe Giarusso update

7:10:  District 98 Rep Aimee Freeman

7:30: Randi from DPW. NOTE: Randi will address broad topics about how DPW is working to improve communication, capacity, and coordination, but she doesn’t have info about individual street repairs’ situations. Dawn Massey, of RoadworkNOLA WILL be at our March meeting.

8:00: Adjourn

Topic: CRNA February 2021 Meeting
Time: Feb 11, 2021 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

You can click copy the URL below, or copy it into your browser, and Zoom will open, ask permission to download itself, then when it’s done, you click “Join/Launch Meeting.” Or you can simply dial one of the phone numbers in bold below and participate by phone (audio only).

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Passcode: 251788

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Meeting ID: 838 9637 4976
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Reminder: Community Office Hours

Reminder from Stephen Mosgrove: Community Office Hours (COH) by the Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office (NEO) continue (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 10:30 am to 5 pm at the Mid-City Library, 4140 Canal St.).

This iteration of COH is by appointment only, to provide some extra COVID 19 protective protocols for library staff and citizens.   

So, feel free to make an appointment with me, as the need arises, by connecting to; or please call (504) 658-4933.  I very much look forward to appointments any day. 

Vaccine Distribution, Week of 1 Feb 2021

City of New Orleans Vaccine Distribution, Week of Feb. 1

The New Orleans Health Department will be providing approximately 200 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to seniors age 70 or older on Friday and Saturday this week at the Central City Senior Center by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call 311 or go to Residents will need to be able to arrange their own transportation or schedule RTA paratransit if needed by calling 504-827-7433. The second dose appointment will be scheduled upon receipt of first dose. Once appointments slots are filled, residents can still register and be added to a wait list, from which they will be notified if additional appointments become available due to cancellations or extra doses from vials.

Other Vaccine Providers Each week, the Louisiana Department of Health sends vaccine to multiple providers, including clinics and pharmacies in Orleans Parish. For a list of those providers and how to make an appointment with them, please visit

Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Laura A. Mellem, Public Engagement Manager, NOLA Ready, New Orleans Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness | 504-658-8744 (o)

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