The Lutcher Mayor and Board of Aldermen met at a special meeting on Tuesday and unanimously adopted the Town’s operating budget that begins May 1, 2019 and ends April 30, 2020.
According to a press release issued by 23rd Judicial District Attorney Ricky Babin’s Office, on December 10, 2018, Thomas North of 2618 N King Ave. Lutcher, LA., age 40, pled guilty to DWI 3rd Offense.
The public informational meetings designed to inform the public on the proposed plans to improve drainage throughout the Parish and to protect the Parish’s east bank residents from backwater flooding are now complete and the big question is whether voters will pass a 7-mill ad valorem tax increase to pay for parishwide drainage work and storm surge/backwater flood protection.
St. James Parish Government Department of Human Resources, CAA Announces Its Quarterly Food Bank Distribution Schedule
St. James Parish Government, Department of Human Resources, Community Action Agency along with the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank will distribute commodities to eligible families and individuals in St. James
Local business owner and civic leader, Pete Dufresne, has announced his candidacy for St. James Parish President Born and raised in St. James Parish, Dufresne is uniquely connected to each