Marlee Pittman

Marlee Pittman

's Bio

Marlee Pittman was born and raised in Mid City and has been an active advocate for the community for years. Currently serving on Mid City Merchants and Mid City Gras’ Board of Directors and as leader of the Mid City Committee, an alliance of Mid City neighborhoods, she serves as a bridge between several community groups making the heart of the city better. Her strong relationships with local partners and city leaders make her an invaluable part of many community development initiatives, while her marketing, website design, communications strategies and public relations experience ensure the entire organization is more successful.



She graduated from Louisiana State University’s Ogden Honors College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science as a nationally recognized Truman Scholar before moving to Washington DC for a career in public policy. She returned to her hometown after the 2016 floods to work in community development, and has since served as an ardent supporter of all things Mid City.


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Marlee Pittman

Places
May
28
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2021

I'm a Realtor. How Can I Help?

Many realtors in our community have been reaching out - they want to help make a difference. We're here to show them how and it's as easy as sharing a link!
People
May
25
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2021

Mid City Redevelopment Alliance Announces the Departure of Its Long-Time Executive Director

Samuel Sanders, Executive Director of Mid CityRedevelopment Alliance will leave the organization at the end of June to relocate to Virginia where he will serve as the Deputy City Manager of Operations for the City of Charlottesville.
Places
Apr
29
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2021

Our Public Comments on MUTCD

The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways (MUTCD) sets the standard for infrastructure improvements for most transportation engineers. Changes to MUTCD standards will have huge impacts on communities across America, including Mid City's new MovEBR projects on North Blvd and Florida St., projects let by Stantec, Forte & Tablada, and Evans Graves.

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