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Buyer’s agents are an integral part of the modern real estate industry and represent the interests of millions of homebuyers in the US every year. But a recent lawsuit against the National Association of Realtors and several major brokerages and MLS systems has the potential to shake up the …

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Why 7 Board Members? Looking at bills presented in the Legislature, I see that Senator Erdey presented a bill to change the Revised Statue to allow seven Board Members for Gravity Drainage District No. 2 only. Of the three Drainage Districts in the eastern part of the Parish, Watson has the …

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I find it hard to believe that a caller would not understand the Guzzardo family. They do not want revenge they want justice. Justice for Stephaine Lynn Guzzardo. Stephaine was born May 11 1968. She was 27 years old at the time her life was take. She would have been 49 years old this past Sa…

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To the person who made the comment about the drug activity on drakeford and satsuma yea you are right something needs to be done it is horrible in the area and lpso just smiles and waves at them I guess the money is keeping them from the area.

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We must need new councilmen pretty much all over the parish. They all voted the other night at their meeting to do a change order for the new building in Livingston, the Delmas Taylor Governmental Annex, which went from costing $390,000 and it has already gone up now to $2,956,892.54. This i…

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My heart goes out the Guzzardo Family in the death of their daughter. I only hope they can find find peace with it if the monster that committed the crime gets a life sentence instead of a death sentence. Justice and revenge are tow different things and I feel that reading the article it is …

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The notification earlier this month that FEMA would remove unincorporated portions of Livingston Parish from the Community Rating System (CRS) seems challenging enough for homeowners, but other obstacles could loom for the parish in terms with a return to the program.         

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PARD, please reconsider naming the golf course “The Pines at North Oaks.” Number one, it’s a stupid name. You’re saying there are going to be pines in the oaks. Secondly, the name North Oaks is totally synonymous with medical facilities in this area. Who came up with such a ridiculous name w…

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Livingston Parish is an attractive market for younger and first time homebuyers because of lower average home prices and the availability of rural development loans that let qualified buyers purchase with no money down. As a result, I work with a lot of clients who fit into those categories.…

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The process to select a replacement for retiring Livingston Parish School Superintendent Rick Wentzel brought to the spotlight an outcome not so cut-and-dried, but it’s not a bad sign of things by any means.        

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The Livingston parish council has made a new board to look at Livingston’s master plan. Most councilman have appointed a representative to be on this board including Layton Rick’s. Please list who has been appointed and there job titles. I would like to know if it’s a true representation of …

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Yes, frustrations were high because residents of East Baton Rouge, Livingston, and Ascension parishes had paid into the pot for years and expected some sort of project – for dirt to be moved. All told, the canal could have helped to the tune of 2 to 2.5 feet of floodwater in the Denham Sprin…

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Jason Ard says he wants to put officers in schools because he’s concerned about the safety of our children. I’m looking forward to hear him speak out on the rampant, unchecked distracted driving in LP that’s far more likely to kill or injure our children than a mass shooter.

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The residential real estate market here in Livingston Parish has cooled off a bit in recent months, but it is starting to heat up again with the weather as buyers are rushing to take advantage of the recent interest rate drop before the bond market pushes rates back up again. This is good ne…

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Isn’t it about time to do something about all the loud mufflers in Livingston? I always laugh when folks from Baton Rouge think it must be so quiet out here! The people who have them don’t have any more right to make pointless noise than the rest of us do to enjoy peace and quiet, and I’m pr…

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The events of the 2016 flood not only brought drastic change to the housing market in Livingston Parish, it also introduced a new word that you may have heard come up in conversation, flood-modeled. This term refers to homes that were gutted after the flood and remodeled. These homes have be…

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During the past few weeks, as Gov. John Bel Edwards has been on the campaign trail, the man running for re-election this fall has pulled no punches and is keeping his face very visible, all the while touting plenty of successes.        

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If the mosquito boys want to do something to help parish residents try getting something done about the stink coming from the Walker Landfill. And yes, it does smell in districts 2 and 3 when the wind is blowing in that direction.