- unsafe neighborhoods because of poor support for vital services like our Fire and Police depts.,
- the unfair traffic cameras negatively impacting you and your friends,
- streets that damage your car, even though you call and call with no response,
- rogue city operatives, like the Taxi Cab Bureau and street musician patrol,
- our city constantly depleting resources to engage in protracted legal battles,
- and worst of all, most of our residents unable to obtain a job at a living wage…
…then it’s time to bring in a proven coalition builder.
Let’s face it – yes our beloved city has made tremendous progress since Katrina, but our children are still not getting the education and opportunities they deserve while our leaders continue to break ground on new projects where many of our residents can’t qualify for a job.
If the city is failing in basic operations like the Fire and Police departments, how can we in good faith assume they can move forward in any other area?
And especially jobs.
As I was working my way through college, I had jobs in the fast food industry and at restaurants. Back then a dollar would go a lot farther than today.
Now to have one of those type of jobs, you don’t get paid enough to get off welfare, in fact many of the transnational corporations operating in NOLA actively explain to their workers ‘how to’ get on welfare (so our tax dollars become corporate welfare).
It’s time to stop building this city on the backs of working people and bring back working people’s rights!
It’s time to stop blindsiding homeowners with outrageous insurance increases!
It’s time NOLA stopped being the highest rent per income of anywhere in the nation!
It’s time to elect David Capasso Councilman District A.
Lowering incarceration rates by legalizing the sale of marijuana and regulating it the same as alcohol. However public use will be prohibited and the sale taxes and fines from violators will be used to pay for more first responders, and the creation of more parks, dog parks, community/job training centers and playgrounds.
It means bringing together a diverse coalition of citizens in this City dedicated to ensuring: all residents have job opportunities to support their families; all children and families have access to quality education and health services; every neighborhood is safe and free of dangerous weapons; every business-person has an opportunity to succeed; our leaders take pride in our City by building effective coalitions to make this city whole; and a modern and reliable public infrastructure and transportation system. Floodwalls and Hurricane Protection Infrastructure are intact. Protect the Gulf Coast and Wetlands-Oil companies should cover costs.
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