A Service-Driven Life

Councilmember Jared C. Brossett was born, raised, and educated in New Orleans. He’s a graduate of McDonogh 35 and Xavier University and a lifelong resident of District D. Councilmember Brossett has dedicated his life to serving his community and making our city a better place to live. Everyday, he is energized by the opportunity to bring people together to take on some of our city’s toughest issues on New Orleans City Council.

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Let's help our fellow Americans in Puerto Rico🇵🇷 You can drop off donations tomorrow at Louis Armstrong Int'l Airport MSY. See contact info!

Items needed:

Tarp
Mosquito nets/ bed nets
Mosquito Repellant
Topical antibiotic
Acetaminophen
Benadryl
Diaper rash ointment
Bactroban
Inhalers
Albuterol/pulmicort
Baby Formula
Baby food
Aero chambers for asthma meds
Permethrin
Hand Sanitizer
Pedialyte
Diapers (kids and adults)
Personal hygiene products
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We celebrated the ribbon cutting of the new Ray Abrams School in District D. This school is truly an investment in the children of New Orleans. It has two science labs, two art rooms, two special education rooms, a media center, band room, professional development room and much more! ... See MoreSee Less

Always a pleasure to speak at the Senior Voters Caucus! Their civic engagement is inspiring! ... See MoreSee Less

The new, $19.5 million Wisner Bridge, which runs parallel to Bayou St. John and connects Wisner Blvd. over Interstate-610, is a welcomed addition to the community. It includes two 12 ft. travel lanes in each direction and a 12 ft. pedestrian and bicycle path along Bayou St. John. The completion of this project promotes a balanced transportation system that includes strategic enhancements for all roadway users. ... See MoreSee Less

‪Warren Bell was the 1st full-time African-American news anchor in NOLA. He's inspired & educated many in over 30 yrs wrking in TV & radio. ‬Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less