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New Direction

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Port Allen voters made it clear Saturday – they want a change in leadership.

Voters elected Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter to be the city’s newest mayor for the next four years, as Slaughter received 55% of the vote to top incumbent Roger Bergeron in the mayoral run-off election.

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WBR Chamber members chosen in Forty Under 40

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Two West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce board members were featured in the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report’s 2012 “Forty Under 40.”

Board President David Ogwyn, a Baton Rouge lawyer, and board member Scott Gaudin, of Iberville Bank, were named two of the Capital Region’s rising stars under the age of 40.

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Addis council discusses sewer improvements

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The Addis Town Council discussed their options on making improvements to their sewage system during the town’s regular meeting Wednesday night, December 5.

Though they discussed the possible improvements, the council decided not to take immediate action, but to wait until an already scheduled special meeting, which will take place on December 19.

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Corona - State of the Parish Schools

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West Baton Rouge Schools Superintendent David Corona gave his state of the parish schools address during the West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce’s last regular monthly meeting of the year at the Addis Community Center on November 28.

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Candidates prepare for run-off

Written by Aaron Williams on . Posted in Local

On Saturday, December 8, voters in Port Allen will decide which direction they want the city to move.

The city’s mayoral run-off election between incumbent Roger Bergeron, who served as the city’s mayor for the past year, and challenger Demetric “Deedy” Slaughter, who was the top vote-getter in the November 6 election with 46.45% of the vote, will allow voters to make their final decision on who will be the city’s leader for the next four years.

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