Parish Wide School Tax Renewal. 5 mil property tax for projects and improvements to facilities. This tax has been in place for 70 years. The Livingston Parish Chamber Board of Directors encourages a YES vote on this ballot item.
French Settlement Alderman - special election ballot to fill a vacated seat on the French Settlement Council
Taste of Louisiana Closes After 20 years
From Taste of Louisiana in Denham Springs facebook page -
"After 20 years Come by to say Goodbye & Wish Chef Cary Dugas and Amber Dugas - City Council a Happy Retirement from the Restaurant Biz. Tuesday March 22nd - Saturday March 26th 11am-3pm will be your last chance to enjoy Taste of Louisiana - TOLA Cafe yummy cooking. So come by for lunch 11-3 Tuesday-Saturday and say goodbye to Victoria, Alexys, Chef Cary and Amber We cannot wait to see ya ... Thank you for being part of Our Dream Job "
We kicked off the opening of Louisiandy's with a taste test and all things seafood. Andy has a history of great boiled seafood. He also sells live crayfish. Good stuff! Located on Highway 42 near Highway 63.See his press release here and address here.
Holmes Building Materials Celebrates 65 Years
Celebrate with Holmes in Denham Springs with free food, giveaways and so much more as they reflect on 65 years in business. Quite a milestone!
At the risk of sounding like Chicken Little (you know the one who runs around talking about the sky falling) the current global “go-ings on” are the closest we’ll ever get to advanced warning that cybersecurity is something every Livingston Parish business needs to worry about. Big or small, selling globally or just in your tiny town, if you do anything online, your data is in (potential) jeopardy