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|Ferriday designates properties for grants|
The Ferriday Board of Alderman approved resolutions for Kelly's Kids location to be designated as industrial property and Concordia Motel as historic property.
Both designations would allow the town to seek grants. Concordia Hotel is the lone building on Louisiana Avenue owned by the town.
Mayor Pro Tempore Johnnie Brown, who was sitting in for Mayor Glen McGlothin, who was at a Miss-Lou Tourism meeting, said Ferriday is in great shape to land a business that will use the Kelly's Kids building.
Town attorney Anna Ferguson said "a very impressive, very serious business is working with our parish economic developer. They are very excited about the potential that is available in Ferriday, and they are definitely looking at the Kelly's Kids building to put a business in."
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