An area teen is currently in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after being invited to be the youngest competitor at the Associated Builders and Contractors’ National Craft Championships.
According to a recent audit report, the city of Port Allen may not seek restitution for legal fees paid on behalf of former mayor Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter.
In addition, the city still owes nearly $51,000 in legal fees to Phelps Dunbar law firm.
That amount was outstanding a year ago, in February 2014, and remains outstanding.
KENNER – The Brusly wrestling team proved it’s far from finished.
Many considered the team’s state title hopes down for the count when they headed into action at the Louisiana High School Wrestling Championship Meet at the Pontchartrain Center.
The city of Port Allen will soon unveil a new website, budgeted at $12,000.
“We’re still working on our website. It’s going to take a couple more weeks,” Mayor Richard Lee said at the Feb. 11 regular city council meeting.
Rose Roché, chair of the city’s Community Development Committee, said at the Feb. 4 city council committee meeting, “We want to make [the website] as attractive as possible.”