Lyndhurst considers Hesco products, ponders flood protection issues
HESCO's deployable barrier system is pictured protecting the inner harbor naval canal in New Orleans during Hurricane Gustav.
No winners in dispute over Gustav claims in Livingston Parish
A debris removal contractor's lawsuit against Livingston Parish threatens to turn parish politics on its head in the wake of an arbitration ruling denying the parish's $59 million claim for Hurricane Gustav cleanup costs.
Construction on schedule for health clinic
Construction on Iberville's $20 million emergency department is nearing completion, and hospital representatives say patients should expect to have a local health clinic by Dec. 1. The parish has been without a hospital since 2008 when River West Medical Center was destroyed by Hurricane Gustav.
'Katrina mayor' jailed for 10 years
FORMER New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for laundering money while his city suffered after Hurricane Katrina.
How Stonetrust Saved 50% on Infrastructure
Stonetrust Commercial Insurance leverages its partnership with Venyu Solutions to move its virtual server infrastructure onto a cloud-enabled managed hosting platform.
Churches partner to improve lives in north Baton Rouge
The roof of Glynnitra Ellzey's house on Oaklon Avenue sagged in spots, but she didn't have the money to repair it, and she said her insurance company wouldn't pay for it.
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After losing a $59 million arbitration case over Hurricane Gustav cleanup costs, Livingston Parish finds itself in the odd position of possibly having to raid the Federal Emergency Management Agency's witness list for evidence the parish could use to defend itself against a contractor's lawsuit.
FEMA denies Livingston Parisha s $59 million in claims from Hurrican Gustav
A three-judge panel has denied all of Livingston Parish's $59 million claims in an arbitration case with the Federal Emergency Management Agency over unpaid cleanup bills from Hurricane Gustav.