Mayor’s Column


July 26th, 2016 | Community Events, Latest News, Mayor's Column, Uncategorized

“Since 2014 the city has strategized to refinance outstanding bond debt to secure lower interest rates and thus provide savings to our community, these efforts have generated a savings of $2,790,955 over the last 3 years, and with each refinance we have also shorten the length of our loans.”  We will continue to review and manage our long term...

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The Lazy Days of Summer

June 2nd, 2010 | Mayor's Column

As a boy growing up on a cotton and cattle farm in northwest Louisiana, the middle of The summer was a welcome time because by then it was too hot to work cattle, and the cotton was in a growth phase where we were just waiting to start spraing the crop for boll weevils and worms. With the city, however, we certainly don’t have the luxury of down-...

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