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President Biden’s Senior Advisor Mitch Landrieu Visits Milwaukee

This week Mitch Landrieu, senior advisor to the President of the United States, was in Milwaukee speaking at the One Water Summit. The national conference focuses on sustainable, integrated, and inclusive approaches to managing water, our most precious natural resource. In an interview, Landrieu discussed the infrastructure bill, active residential...
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Biden's infrastructure czar Mitch Landrieu visits Milwaukee as city aims to speed lead pipe replacements

President Joe Biden's infrastructure czar Mitch Landrieu made a stop in Milwaukee to tout the benefits of the $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure plan for the city. Landrieu's visit came as city officials hope to use money from infrastructure plan to significantly speed up lead lateral replacements in an effort to ensure clean drinking water and combat Milwaukee's longstanding...
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White House senior adviser Mitch Landrieu discusses new infrastructure projects

The Biden administration says there are currently more than 4,000 infrastructure projects underway in the U.S. It has also released $110 billion in funding since the bipartisan infrastructure bill was passed six months ago. White House senior adviser and infrastructure coordinator Mitch Landrieu joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the progress being made, and its potential impact on the midterm elections.
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The Technology 202: Next Gen Infrastructure with Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) & Mitch Landrieu

UPDATE: This program has been canceled. Please stay tuned for an updated date and time. Our full schedule for this week can be found here. We hope you’ll join us. The new bipartisan infrastructure law offers a significant investment in American infrastructure with a focus on new technology to create innovation and efficiency. Join Washington Post Live on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 1:00 p.m. ET for a series of conversations that explore the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead with critical infrastructure investment and the impact it may have on job creation and quality of life.
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Our views: Mitch Landrieu brings valuable local, state perspective to Washington spending

During Mitch Landrieu’s three decades in state and local government — and particularly in the years following Hurricane Katrina and Rita, when he played a major role in rebuilding as lieutenant governor and New Orleans mayor — he grappled with the difficulties of extracting money from the federal bureaucracy and navigating regulations that sometimes seemed designed to block rather than enable progress.
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Mitch Landrieu announces $4.7B plan to clean up orphaned oil and gas wells

Mitch Landrieu announces $4.7B plan to clean up orphaned oil and gas wells. Federal agencies have reached an understanding, which will kick off a $4.7 billion campaign to clean-up orphaned oil and gas wells that were abandoned years ago by the energy industry, former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who now is the president’s infrastructure czar, said during a White House press conference Tuesday.
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Mitch Landrieu made $660,000 in two years from his racial justice nonprofit, records show

NEW ORLEANS - Post-mayoral life has been lucrative for Mitch Landrieu, according to financial disclosures he filed with the White House last month. Landrieu, whom President Joe Biden appointed to oversee federal infrastructure spending, made almost $2 million over the last two years, largely in salary from the nonprofit he heads and from his consulting firm.
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Mitch Landrieu made $660,000 in two years from his racial justice nonprofit

Post-mayoral life has been lucrative for Mitch Landrieu, according to financial disclosures he filed with the White House last month. Landrieu, whom President Joe Biden appointed to oversee federal infrastructure spending, made almost $2 million over the last two years, largely in salary from the nonprofit he heads and from his consulting firm.
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How Mitch Landrieu, Joe Biden's new infrastructure czar, learned rebuilding the hard way

Walk a few yards from the front door of Mitch Landrieu’s Uptown home, and you’ll find a jumble of uneven concrete and a maintenance hole jutting from the street intersection. Yellow excavators and road closure signs squat nearby. A few miles away, the Carrollton Water Plant hums with huge emergency generators backing up the enfeebled turbines that power century-old pumps.
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