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No public health inspections in Louisiana? House passes ‘drastic’ cut to DHH budget

Public health inspections of Louisiana’s water systems, restaurants, child care facilities and schools could end under a state budget amendment the House of Representatives adopted Thursday (May 21). Rep. Chris Broadwater, R-Hammond, sponsored the successful budgetary change that — in the

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Consolidated Waterworks $13 Million Capital Projects

Consolidated Waterworks District No. 1 has authorized construction to begin on two capital improvement projects for the installation of a 30-inch ($6 million) and 36-inch ($7 million) transmission water main. These projects are for the installation of a 30-inch transmission

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Terrebonne to Make Wastewater System Improvements

The wastewater system in Terrebonne Parish will get a roughly $600,000 face-lift in the coming months. Projects to reroute a sewer main near Michael Street and dredge an aeration pond at the South Wastewater Plant in Houma are expected to

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Wastewater Could Help Wetlands

One of Terrebonne Parish President Michel Claudet’s goals before leaving office after the end of next year is changing the route wastewater takes once it disappears down the drain. He wants to send the water into the wetlands. “It is

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Houma Pump Station Vandalized

A Houma pump station was vandalized on Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to flood hundreds of homes, according to Terrebonne Parish President Michel Claudet. “This was an intent to harm people,” Claudet said. “They knew what they were doing and

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December 2021