If you have debris from your yard that you got during the deluge from Tropical Storm Isaac, help is on the way. Starting Labor Day, Allied Waste has announced that they are expanding their efforts to take care of the mess.
Despite recently weakening to a tropical storm, the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Isaac continue through Wednesday afternoon. The storm has dumped more than ten inches of rain across the area and left at least 725,000 homes without power.
Congressman Charles Boustany and Congressman Jeff Landry both stopped by the KPEL studios today to talk about what they are seeing as they travel around the area to witness the effects of Hurricane Isaac.
When Congressman Boustany talked about the federal government offering assistance, he said
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City Parish President Joey Durel says rumors Lafayette Parish is under a curfew are simply not true. He also told KPEL today that wind will be the biggest concern as Hurricane Isaac approaches the coast.
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