Jun 032012

Errol George, Stacy Head's nominee to fill her former District B seat on a temporary basis, appearing in a video during her campaign for the At-Large seat. (via vimeo.com)

With the 30-day deadline expiring last week for the City Council to choose a temporary successor to Stacy Head for the District B seat, the job falls to Mayor Mitch Landrieu. Who should he pick?

Express your own choice in our survey, and add your thoughts in the comments.

  6 Responses to “Sunday Survey: Who should be appointed to the vacant City Council seat?”

  1. I hear Sean Payton has some free time, I think he would be perfect for the seat.

  2. As a resident and voter in District B, I would like to support my elected offical(Stacey Head)’s choice. However, I do not believe that Mr. George will be acceptable to all concern so I would prefer someone who will be responsive to the District B residents. This would eliminate Diana Bajoie who as the District B state representative would only respond to some of the residents but not all. Her appointment would be a serious step backwards.

  3. “Whom”

  4. If the citizens of New Orleans didn’t want her on the council the first time…please tell me why she would be a good fit now.

  5. […] Diana BajoieCity Hall sources are saying Landrieu will choose former state Sen. Diana Bajoie, who sought the interim appointment to the at-large council seat when Arnie Fielkow resigned last fall, our partners at WWL-TV are reporting. Speculation in recent days had also focused on attorney Jason Williams. […]

  6. […] and certainly would have been supported by readers of the Uptown Messenger who heavily favored him in a recent online poll.  Perhaps he will take this time to become more engaged in the community in preparation for a […]

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