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|Mississippi River Parkway Commission Louisiana branch meets in Vidalia|
By TORI STILWELL
After years of loose membership, a state commission working to promote the communities, roads and waters of the Mississippi is making both progress and plans.
Members of the Louisiana branch of the Mississippi River Parkway Commission met Tuesday at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center with the hopes of defining their objectives.
"We're trying to develop a strategic plan for the commission," said Brian Parsons, chairman of the branch and an official of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development.
The Mississippi River Parkway Commission is an organization that represents the 10 states that border the river. Delegates from each state work collectively to preserve and enhance the Great River Road as well as nurture the local economies of the communities that exist alongside it.
The state branch is made up of appointed representatives who are charged with marketing and developing Louisiana's 717-mile stretch of the Great River Road, the biggest share of any other state.
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