The new law represents a major policy change in the administration, planning and programming functions in the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) relative to strategic and intermodal issues.
Amy Grant is a professing Christian. She is immensely talented. She is a singer-songwriter, musician, author and actress. She has dozens of Dove awards, six Grammys and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. God has gifted her beyond measure. She has money and fame.
One would hardly believe that Shreveport has an incumbent city marshal with the number of announced candidates lining up to qualify for this race. The names in the mix as this writing are five — Charlie Caldwell (the incumbent), Don Otis, Joey Hester and Richard Johnson.
The newly redistricted Shreveport City Council voter registration numbers are now officially in the statewide voter computer system. Overall, the new registration numbers show that Shreveport’s black majority voter registration has increased. Total registered voters as of June 16 are 128, 356; the composition is 67,613 or 52.
“This represents a positive transition from the Providence House and I appreciate how our community united to work with the state and others to make sure our area would not go even one night without these critical services being made available to victims of domestic violence,” Mayor Cedric Glover said.
On the heels of the everexpanding story about cooking the books of patient wait lists at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals (during which it appears that some veterans died while awaiting care), it now appears those who stepped forward are being punished.