Chair: Ann Marie Guidry-Derby
Subject area: Cemetery cleanup and maintenance, abandoned veterans tomb repair
Volunteer opportunities: periodic cleanups, Veterans abandoned tombs identification and maintenance, advocacy.
Chair: Patrick Braud
Subject area: zoning enforcement monitoring, zoning and land use variances, conditional use requests
Volunteer opportunities: monitoring zoning and land use variances and conditional use requests.
Chair: Paul Baricos
Subject area: CCA Website, Email Newsletter, Facebook, Nextdoor
Volunteer opportunities: solicit content, including pictures, for Website, email newsletter, and social media. Technical skills welcomed, but not essential.
Chair: Rich Arnold
Subject area: Streets, sidewalks, drainage problems, street lights, street signs, etc.
Volunteer opportunities: Periodic assessment and inventory of infrastructure problems. Contact with appropriate city agencies/departments and follow-up.
Chair: Mike Kucznyski
Subject area: Membership recruitment and retention.
Volunteer opportunities: Membership renewal and new membership recruitment activities. Database management.
Chair: Nancy Lally
Subject area: Nix Library promotion
Volunteer opportunities: Monitoring of the library operations and proposed building renovation. Promotion of library programs.
Chair: Phyllis Jordan
Volunteer opportunities: Second Saturday collection of glass for transportation to City of New Orleans Recycling Drop-Off Center on Elysian Fields Avenue.
Safety and Crime Prevention
Chair: Jeff Gidday
Subject area: Crime cameras, safety and crime prevention
Volunteer Opportunities: Attend NOPD Comstat meetings, promote crime camera installation, utilize social media for alerts and crime prevention tips.
Zoning and Land Use
Chair: Jill Fitzpatrick
Subject area: Doubles to Dorms, development adherence to city codes
Volunteer Opportunities: Attend City Council zoning committee meetings, help monitor activity, spread awareness, and advocate for neighborhood interests.
Tree Planting & Oversight
Chair: Barry Kohl
Subject area: Neighborhood tree planting
Volunteer opportunities: recruit residents and plant trees twice per year. (Over 450 trees have been planted since Hurricane Katrina).