In the fall of 2011, Mayor Glover unveiled a plan to provide speedier relief for the city’s crumbling streets and sidewalks without creating any new taxes for citizens to pay. His plan was well-received by many residents, particularly those who live in areas with streets and sidewalks that have long needed reconstruction.
Sgt. Jason Brook and Sgt. Kim Brook, who were both hired by the department in September 1993, were placed on paid administrative leave by Chief Shaw pending an administrative investigation into the alleged policy violations..
The third Pop-Up Project, scheduled for Nov. 3-7, will be perfect for people who like to eat. During the week, the Pop-Up court will be unveiled at the corner of Common and Crockett streets. The court will feature several food trucks as well as food vendors of other sorts, outdoor seating, music and more.
Mayor Cedric Glover extended an invitation to all area citizens who are at least 100 years old to join him for lunch and a special ceremony in their honor on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the Independence Stadium skybox..
“The city of Shreveport and the Northwest Louisiana Civil rights Coalition have envisioned for some time a civil rights and cultural museum and civil rights institute dedicated to the rich history of African-Americans and the African-American experience during the Civil Rights Movement here in Shreveport and Northwest Louisiana,” Glover said.
Mayor Cedric Glover Wednesday submitted a balanced $481.2 million operating budget for 2015, an increase of 3.2 percent over the 2014 budget with much of the increase primarily due to increased contributions in employee health insurance and retirement benefits.