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Written by Filed Under The city of West Monroe will use $2.2 million in state funding to link its main residential, business and medical corridors with sidewalks. City engineer Robbie George said West Monroe will have to provide $225,000 for
Written by Filed Under The West Monroe Board of Aldermen signed off on a $112,000 sewer rehabilitation project Tuesday during its regular meeting. With Tuesday's approval, city engineer Robbie George said work on Mill Street from Eighth Street to
Written by Filed Under A $1 million project by the Ouachita Parish Police Jury to provide better sewer service to areas in Swartz should be completed by the end of October. Once completed, the project will allow property owners in the Old Burney
It's not likely that any of George's relatives, including his children four sons and a daughter will be there when his coffin is lowered into the ground, George's son, Robbie George of Texas, said Wednesday. "He's done a lot of very bad things, and
West Monroe has received a $564,000 grant from the state for drainage-related improvements around its community center. The grant was one of 55 grants awarded around the state by the Louisiana Office of Community Development-Disaster Recovery Unit.
After nearly 30 years of failed efforts, construction on a $1 million project by the Ouachita Parish Police Jury to provide sewer service to a portion of the Swartz area is expected to begin within weeks. When completed early next year, the project
The work is part of the city's improvements on six roads that are being funded with $2 million in federal stimulus funds. Over the next several weeks, closures along Trenton Street are expected from Cryer Street to Coleman Street as part of the
But the aging septic tanks and crumbling sewer lines throughout the neighborhood began to deteriorate years ago. As a result, the smell of sewerage is something Graves and his neighbors have had to live with. "We have a real bad problem out here,"