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Emily S. Arata

Deputy Mayor of External Affairs

NOLA Green Roots

HQ Phone:  (504) 206-9290

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Email: e***@***.gov

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NOLA Green Roots

3026 BAUDIN ST

New Orleans, Louisiana,70119

United States

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NOLA Green Roots' mission is to help transform neighborhoods. We design, build and manage community gardens that have unique characteristics, personality and charm. Our designs feature a park-like atmosphere neighbors can enjoy as well as raised beds in which ... more

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Deputy Mayor of External Affairs

The City of New Orleans


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Capacity reached for people "in that number," says City Hall

neutralgroundnews.com [cached]

"I had no clue there was a limit, but it is what it is," said Deputy Mayor of External Affairs Emily Arata.


Mayors Office : Executive Staff

www.cityofno.com [cached]

Emily Arata, Deputy Mayor of External Affairs
Emily Arata Deputy Mayor of External Affairs Emily Arata Emily Arata will serve as Deputy Mayor of External Affairs. In this capacity, she will oversee the Mayor’s executive office, and the departments of Communications, Intergovernmental Relations and Constituency Services. These units will work to communicate the message of the Mayor, as well as ensure that City Hall is working in collaboration with all of its partners at the municipal, state and federal level. Ms. Arata served as Campaign Manager for Mitch Landrieu’s primary victories for Mayor of New Orleans in 2010 and for re-election as Lieutenant Governor in 2008. She has been with the Lt. Governor’s Office since 2005, most recently serving as Deputy Chief of Staff, overseeing communications, policy, scheduling and operations. Prior to joining Landrieu’s team, Ms. Arata was a partner in High Note Communications, a New Orleans-based firm handling public relations and public affairs work for various clients in the public, not-for-profit and private sectors. Arata is a veteran of several state and local campaigns, as well as two presidential races. At the federal level, Ms. Arata worked on Capitol Hill in the offices of Senator Landrieu and Representative Johnson of Texas. For her dedication to community service, Ms. Arata earned a Presidential Scholarship to Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.


www.nola.com

The move provided a glimmer of hope to the three co-defendants, and a courtroom gallery that was packed to capacity-- mostly with supporters of Arata, a New Orleans native who is married to Deputy Mayor Emily Arata.
On the witness stand during their trial in April, Arata and Peter Hoffman, who both are attorneys, argued that rules for getting money from the state tax credit program were loose and changed in early 2008, when they first began looking to refurbish a crumbling, antebellum mansion at 807 Esplanade. Arata's lawyer, Billy Gibbens, said Wednesday the case against his client was "swamped" by the complex nature of the deal, and by jurors incorrectly connecting Arata to possible fraud committed by Peter Hoffman after Arata had dropped out of the deal in 2009. Arata's lawyer, Billy Gibbens, said Wednesday the case against his client was "swamped" by the complex nature of the deal, and by jurors incorrectly connecting Arata to possible fraud committed by Peter Hoffman after Arata had dropped out of the deal in 2009.


www.wwltv.com

Deputy Mayor Emily Arata says city leaders are putting together a package of budget cuts, City Hall organizational changes and new revenues.
Normally, this work could wait until budget hearings in the fall, but there's a July 24 deadline for the City Council to adopt specific requests for tax increases on the December ballot. "I think right now there's some uncertainty in the budget," Arata said. "We've got the outstanding question of how much the sheriff's consent decree will cost. What will the cost be of firefighters' pension? But certainly, no one wants to see services cut at the library. "As we're putting this package together, we're supportive of a sustainable funding stream for the library," Arata added. Arata said New Orleans is the only municipality in the state that must get approval from voters statewide just to get the right to vote on a police and fire tax increase. Arata said they have already cut $100 million in spending, but the administration and the council are trying to find more places to cut to reduce the amount of new taxes they will have to request in December.


New Orleans mayor’s race: Money pours in for Landrieu, Bagneris | Michael Bagneris for Mayor of New Orleans

bagnerisformayor.com [cached]

Among Landrieu's recent donors are several of his past and present employees, including former Health Commissioner Karen DeSalvo and former City Attorney Richard Cortizas, as well as Finance Director Norman Foster, Deputy Mayor Emily Arata, technology chief Allen Square and Aimee Quirk, Landrieu's economic development adviser.


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