FILMING NOTIFICATION - NCIS New Orleans – Thursday, February 21, 2019
The CBS Series entitled NCIS: NEW ORLEANS will be filming at St. Charles Avenue & Audubon Place on Thursday Feb 21st, 2019. The main company will move in and begin filming in the area from approximately 3pm-10pm. On the day of filming their crew parking and base camp will be situated in private lots to minimize impact in the area. All driveways and handicap zones will be respected. If you have any loud construction work or large deliveries scheduled for the day in question, they ask that you please let them know in advance so they can accommodate your needs.
There will also be ITC (Intermittent Traffic Control) between the hours of 7am and 7pm, excluding rush hour times, at the intersection of St Charles Ave and Audubon Pl on Thursday Feb 21st, 2019.
Parking will also be affected on the following streets from 12:01am to 11:59pm on Thursday Feb 21st, 2019:
Both sides of the 6900 Block of St Charles Ave - Clear for Picture and Work Trucks
> See Flyer for more information
5200 St. Charles Avenue is on HDLC's Meeting Agenda Friday, February 22
The New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission will hold a special meeting this Friday, February 22, 2019 at 9:30 AM in the City Council chamber, located at 1300 Perdido Street. 5200 Saint Charles Avenue is on the agenda, and the public is welcome to attend. The meeting was originally scheduled to take place on February 6th, and has been rescheduled for February 22nd.
Below is an excerpt from the meeting agenda.
5200 St Charles Ave: St. Charles Avenue Historic District, Full Control: Corbett Scott, applicant; Will Owen Blankenship, owner; Renovation and addition to an existing accessory structure. (http://onestopapp.nola.gov/Redirect.aspx?SearchString=19-00375-HDLC).
> View meeting agenda (pdf)
The City Council failed to vote on a zoning-change request within 60 days of the City Planning Commission’s recommendation, Therefore, plans for a nail salon at 7457 St. Charles Avenue, uptown, have been halted.
Paul Masinter, President of the St. Charles Avenue Association, had written to the council members expressing SCAA’s opposition to the salon and was one of three speakers at the February 7th meeting.
The building owner needed a conditional-use permit to operate as a neighborhood commercial establishment, since the building had been vacant since 2017.
There is a two-year waiting period before the building owner can submit another request for the zoning change.
> Read more on Uptown Messenger
Join Mayor LaToya Cantrell and New Orleans' Park Partners to learn about the city-wide parks millage proposal (on the May 4, 2019 ballot) in a series of neighborhood meetings that run from Feb. 7 through Feb. 25 throughout the city.
The public meeting for District A will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12th 2019 at 6 PM, at City Park's Parkview Terrace Room.
> More information on the City of New Orleans website
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