The Army Corps of Engineers can’t divulge a dollar amount yet, but money is on the way from congress to dredge South Pass at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
The Louisiana SPCA’s Plaquemines Campus is officially open to the public, but the Plaquemines Parish Government is just as involved at the shelter as it has ever been.
Special to The Gazette In another show of support for Plaquemines Parish, Chevron Oronite has once again partnered with the Plaquemines Community CARE Centers.
Last week Venture Global announced a 20-year contract to provide 1 million tons per year of liquefied natural gas to a French utility from the company’s forthcoming $8.5 billion LNG terminal in Plaquemines Parish.
Some members of the Plaquemines Port Harbor & Terminal District Commission are requesting that port executives make their calendars available to commissioners, a move Executive Director Sandy Sanders called “an administrative nuisance.”