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UPDATE: St. Landry President ‘Impressed’ With Company’s Response To Ruptured Pipeline

Residents within a two-mile radius of Highway 182 and Harmon Lane in St. Landry Parish are being told to evacuate after a natural gas pipeline has exploded in that area, which is north of Opelousas.

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Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
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St. Landry Roads Will Finally Have Funding For Maintenance

A few of our neighboring parishes have such a tax and St. Landry has been behind the curve.

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Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
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St. Landry Council Tables Cellphone Issue

St. Landry Parish President Bill Fontenot said then, even if a measure like that would have passed, he had planned to veto the measure.

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St. Landry Councilman Wants To Ban Phones From Meetings

Councilman Wayne Ardoin says officials ask anyone attending the meeting to silence their phones, but it doesn't always happen.

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Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
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St. Landry Parish Officials To Seek Increase In Sales Tax To Fund Roads

The measure, which would increase the sales tax in unincorporated St. Landry Parish from 7.55 percent to 9.55 percent, would generate about $7.8 million in its first year, according to Parish President Bill Fontenot.

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Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
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St. Landry Parish President Orders Weed Spraying

Bill Fontenot told the council that if they did not agree with his plan, they could take him to court. He says he would win the case.

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Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
Bill Fontenot St. Landry Parish President KPEL photo
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St. Landry Parish Still Drying Out

So many people worked 24/7 to help others in St. Landry Parish.

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Scales Of Justice
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St. Landry Parish President Taking Council To Court

The St. Landry Parish President wants a judge to uphold his vetos.

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Veto Expected On St. Landry Airport Commission

Bill Fontenot says he will exercise his right.

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DOTD Says Projects Abound In Acadiana

If you are tired of sitting in traffic due to construction, the news is either good or bad depending on how you choose to view it.  Bill Fontenot, Acadiana Manager with the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development says there are many projects in play.

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Road Construction
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State To Close 92 Bridge In Milton

Bridge repairs in Milton will be necessary, and the DOTD will be closing the 92 bridge starting next week.

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More Road Work For 90

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has issued more information about new work to take place on highway 90.

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