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“For the care of souls, the city is divided into six parishes; of these the city-parish proper is subdivided into six independent ecclesiastical districts, and one curacy; the Catholic soldiers have a military church of their own.”
“When I mention this abuse to any minister of a city-parish, he usually lays the fault upon the beadles, who he says are bribed by the foreign beggars; and, as those beadles often keep ale-houses, they find their account in such customers.”
“Durel and Lafayette Consolidated Government have no oversight of the LHA, but the city-parish president has the authority to appoint five of the seven LHA board members.”
“Helene O'Brien, bottom, right, president of Service Employees International Local 21, talks to city-parish employees and union members outside the Metro Council chambers Wednesday.”
“He said he believes the private sector can perform the work more cheaply and efficiently than city-parish government.”
“An overflow crowd of city-parish Department of Public Works employees packed the Metro Council chambers Wednesday to oppose privatizing DPW services such as grass cutting, pothole repairs and ditch clearing.”
“Helene O'Brien, president of Service Employees International Local 21, a union that represents DPW employees and some other city-parish workers, said contracting out work doesn't end up saving taxpayers on the cost of government services.”
“The union is opposed to a proposal by Councilman Chandler Loupe to privatize some city-parish Department of Public Works services.”
“He said he will decide within the next 90 days whether to file suit in federal court alleging that the city-parish is in violation of the American Disability Act. Only staff-produced articles and videos are archived in the”
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