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|IN TODAY'S SENTINEL -- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009|
ALEXANDER PUSHING COCODRIE DRAINAGE STUDY
Fifth District Congressman Rodney Alexander says he is working with the Corps of Engineers and state officials to speed up efforts to alleviate drainage problems in Concordia, particularly with the parish's major drainage channel, Bayou Cocodrie.
LEGISLATIVE SESSION 'BATTLE OF THE MONEY'
Rep. Andy Anders of Clayton says some lawmakers will attempt to raise Homestead Exemption in the upcoming session as financial matters dominate, while the LSU AgCenter is facing cutbacks.
POLICE JURY UPDATED ON LEGISLATIVE ISSUES
Roland Dartez of the Louisiana Police Jury Association updated the Concordia Parish Police Jury Monday night on proposed legislation for the upcoming legislative session, noting that economic issues will highlight the debates.
HB184 ADDS JURY PRESIDENT TO PARISH ECONOMIC BOARD
Rep. Andy Anders has prefiled a bill -- HB 184 -- which adds the president of the Police Jury as a member of the Concordia Economic and Industrial Development Board.
ALDERMEN UP SALARY TO $500 PER MONTH
The Ferriday Town Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night to raise the salary for aldermen from $200 a month to $500.
WHERE IS THE WAL-MART CONTRACT?
Where's the Wal-Mart contract?
Ferriday Mayor Glen McGlothin said he has had no luck finding a contract between town and Wal-Mart concerning a yearly stipend.
VIDALIA INITIATES EFFORT TO CLEAN UP PROPERTIES
Vidalia Mayor Hyram Copeland announced Tuesday night that the city will begin "a concentrated effort" to force the owners of 25 abandoned and blighted lots to initiate clean up efforts.
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