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April 17 Police Jury Meeting Notes (04/18/2019)
Developers and engineers who build and design new homes in an area designated as the Red River floodway in Bossier Parish now have a new set of standards to follow for streets in those subdivisions following Wednesday’s parish Police Jury meeting.

All boat launches at the Cypress-Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District facilities are closed until further notice (04/14/2019)
District Manager Robert Berry Berrry said Sunday morning the water levels in the lakes had become high enough to justify closing the launches. Heavy rains locally and in areas with bayous that feed the lakes have caused a significant rise in the water level.

Police Jury Meeting Highlights (04/04/2019)
Bossier Parish residents who found themselves without garbage pickup service after a local hauler went out of business should pick the company of their choice as a replacement without new regulations governing that industry, according to a parish police jury committee.

On Time Trash Pick Up No Longer In Business (03/27/2019)
A waste pick-up company that had been serving Bossier Parish customers apparently is no longer in business.

Parish Gets Project Money (03/27/2019)
It’s official. Bossier Parish now has just over 20 million dollars available for parish road and bridge repairs, and to purchase additional water systems, beginning almost immediately and continuing through 2021.

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