Two years ago, on July 18, Sylviane Finck Lozada was reported missing after nearly two weeks of family members in Belgium as well as friends in the Baton Rouge area having no communication with her.
Port Allen City Councilman Hugh “Hootie” Riviere, who banded together with fellow councilmen Garry Hubble and R.J. Loupe to bring a lawsuit against Port Allen Mayor Demetric Slaughter, publicly commented for the first time since the July 2 ruling.
The town of Addis approved a preliminary plat during their regular town meeting Wednesday for Sunset Lakes, an addition to Sunset Place, a new subdivision on the north end of the town.
Brusly Mayor Joey Normand said Monday night after the regular town hall meeting, that he held a special meeting last week informing the council members of what it will take to move forward with the construction of a $3 million police station.
UPDATE- A July 2 court ruling will prohibit Port Allen Mayor Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter from receiving more than $400 a month in car allowance, from continuing to pay her attorneys’ fees with city money unless approved by the city council and from continuing to receive a higher-than-budgeted salary until the city council appropriates more funds or she obtains a court order.