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Deal raises questions

Deal raises questions

Perhaps the Metro Council had exhausted its emotions at the Mary Roper hearing that preceded its Sept. 10 meeting and just didn't have any more energy to expend on controversy. Perhaps it just wanted to be brought into the loop.

DATE: September 15, 2014 | CATEGORY: Stephanie Riegel

Pat Quigley

Pat Quigley

In Baton Rouge, Pat Quigley made a name for himself as the owner of Ivar's, situated under the Perkins Road underpass. "Ivar's was my life," says Quigley, who kept the popular bar open every day of the year.

DATE: September 15, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

True assessment

True assessment

Everyone hates paying taxes. But if you're paying your share, don't you at least want to know that everyone else is paying theirs?

DATE: September 15, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

Third Street parking garage agreement tied to Water Campus deals, Daniel says

Third Street parking garage agreement tied to Water Campus deals, Daniel says

The agreement between the city-parish and the Baton Rouge Area Foundation for the operation of the parking garage at Third and Convention...

DATE: September 11, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Task force meeting to streamline Comite River Diversion Canal project

The Amite River Basin Commission, a state board responsible for a project aimed at relieving flood pressure from eastern portions of East Baton Rouge Parish and other areas in the basin, has spent $3 million

DATE: September 10, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Public input meeting set on master plan for BR Health District

Public input meeting set on master plan for BR Health District

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation is asking the public for its input on the master plan for a Heath District in south Baton Rouge, and it has set a meeting later this month to begin collecting ideas. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 24,...

DATE: September 08, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Planning Commission to consider first Water Campus building

The Planning Commission is set to consider rezoning a portion of land near Baton Rouge's riverfront for the first building in the new Water Campus, a nearly 30-acre, $50 million research and office park. The application, submitted by Commercial...

DATE: September 04, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Livingston has first site certified as development ready through LED program

Livingston has first site certified as development ready through LED program

A 93-acre site in Livingston Parish has become the first parcel of land in the parish certified as development ready through a program of Louisiana Economic Development, the Baton Rouge Area Chamber and Livingston Economic Development Council...

DATE: September 02, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

News roundup: Virdia Inc. to build $60M sugar and biofuels plant in La. ... Phillips 66 donating $750K to LSU … Cassidy lands endorsement from Ben Carson … LSU names new vice president for strategic communications

Sweet deal: Company officials from Virdia Inc. were joined by Gov. Bobby Jindal this afternoon in announcing a $60 million capital investment to build a biochemical processing facility in Lafourche Parish that will convert sugarcane...

DATE: September 02, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Decisions deferred at Metro Council, new fire station approved

Decisions deferred at Metro Council, new fire station approved

The Metro Council at its meeting Wednesday evening deferred decisions to change the building permit process and to expropriate land for a north Baton Rouge wastewater plant, but did allocate funds for a new fire station. For months, contractors and...

DATE: August 28, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

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