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Subject Curbside recycling and parades return for 2022!
Date January 7, 2022 7:59 PM
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2022 is only a week old, but it's already shaping up to be an exciting year.

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** Newsletter: Carnival, COVID safety, and more!

2022 is only a week old, but it's already shaping up to be an exciting year. A lot happened, and there are signs of even bigger things to come. Here's what's new this week:
It's Carnival season!
We made it! Now it's time to celebrate. Parades will roll again this year, and there's a lot to be thankful for. Grab some king cake and let's get the party started!
Mayor announces support for education proposition
On Wednesday, Mayor Cantrell joined with a broad coalition of government officials, community leaders, teachers, and parents in announcing their support for the Early Childhood Education and Care Proposition. This proposition would ensure equitable access to high-quality early childhood education and care for low-income families by expanding the hugely successful City Seats program.

The proposition will be on the ballot April 30. Vote "yes" to make a difference!

A campaign has been established to support the proposition. You can keep up with YES for NOLA Kids ([link removed]) on social media:
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Mayor Cantrell and NOLA Public Schools announce COVID-19 update and new mitigations
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In light of the ongoing COVID-19 surge, the vaccine/testing mandate for entrance to bars and restaurants has been expanded.

Vaccine eligibility has also been expanded to include children ages 5 to 11 in keeping with CDC recommendations, and booster shot eligibility has been extended to everyone 16 and up. Visit ([link removed]) to find out where you can get your shot!
Recycling pickup set to resume in much of the city

Curbside recycling is set to resume ([link removed]) on January 10 in Service Area 1, which includes the West Bank, Uptown, and Mid-City. Curbside recycling in Service Area 2, which includes Gentilly and eastern New Orleans, will resume in 2022 after a new contract is awarded.

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