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Dorothy Mae Taylor

Dorothy Mae Taylor was elected member-at-large of the New Orleans City Council in 1986 (the first woman elected to this position) and served until 1994. Prior to her terms on the council, she served in the Louisiana House of Representatives (1971-1980); she also served as administrator of the Central City Neighborhood Health Center and as secretary of the State Department of Urban and Community Affairs.

Dorothy Mae Taylor

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