The 3600 block of Bennett Street in Algiers. The West Bank is messed up too y'all!

The 3600 block of Bennett Street in Algiers. The West Bank is messed up too y'all!

Next Tuesday, October 7th, 2014, The Fix My Streets Nola campaign (FMS) will be joined by Sewerage and Water Board Executive Director, Cedric Grant.

What: Fix My Streets City wide Town Hall Meeting

Hosted by: Algiers Neighborhood Presidents Council

When: Tuesday, October 7th

Time: 6:30 pm.

Where:  West Bank YMCA, 2220 Constitution Street in Federal City, Algiers

Mr. Grant will give a presentation regarding work to the infrastructure that is currently underway, what is in the pipeline and why the street problem is a difficult one to conquer.

While we've had promising responses from city leaders, we still have a long way to go. Bottom line, because of the incredible response from citizens of New Orleans, the FMS campaign has gotten the attention of city leaders and movement toward a solution has begun.

We encourage everyone in Orleans Parish, who is upset over the condition of their streets, to attend this very important town hall meeting next Tuesday.

We will have 100 "Fix My Streets, I Pay My Taxes" yard signs available on a first come, first serve basis.

Fix My Streets goal is to maintain public pressure on city leaders in order to encourage a long term plan for proper, city wide, street repair. The main focus of the FMS campaign is citizen engagement through social media and grassroots action to partner and work with the city toward an ultimate solution.

The event is free and open to the public.

Questions? Please email

Thank you for your support of Fix My Streets Nola.

Slowly, but surely, we're actually getting somewhere.