Can the LSU lakes be saved? – A $21.1 million plan to revive the dying recreational gem of Baton Rouge raises questions about who is responsible for footing the bill.


    In the early 1930s, the federal Works Progress Administration converted a thick cypress-tupelo swamp into an urban lake in Baton Rouge's growing southeast environs. A lake was infinitely more appealin…

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