Baton Rouge is poised to address drainage issues, but will it follow through? 

    In the five years since the historic August 2016 flood, members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation have secured more than $2.6 billion for the state, nearly one-third of which is heading to East Baton Rouge Parish to address long-standing drainage and flooding problems.


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