For the next fiscal year, Port Allen Mayor Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter is proposing a $40,000 salary cut to the Chief Financial Officer, a $20,000 salary cut to the Chief Administrative Officer and $60,000 in funding for a new Community Development position.
The Louisiana Secretary of State’s office is currently in receipt of a petition to recall Port Allen Mayor Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter, a petition which now has about 180 days to acquire over 1,200 signatures.
Port Allen Mayor Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter has revoked CFO Audrey McCain’s authorization on all the city’s bank accounts with American Gateway Bank, stating that she did so to ensure compliance with state law.
Port Allen City Attorney Victor Woods Jr. informed the city council on Thursday, May 6, of his intention to resign his position at month’s end.
Brusly Mayor Joey Normand reported to the town council Monday evening during the town’s committee meeting that the company hired to find a major leak in the town’s sewer system has not been able to locate it after two months of searching.