Louisiana House leader: Surplus should refill rainy day fund
By MELINDA DESLATTE, Associated Press
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — With the final calculations still to be done, diverging ideas already emerged Thursday for how to spend a $100 million-plus surplus expected to be left over when the books are closed on
Louisiana has $100M surplus, but won't ease next budget gap
By Melinda Deslatte
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana has a rare bit of good budget news: Gov. John Bel Edwards’ chief financial officer said Wednesday that the state ended the last budget year with a surplus topping $100 million.
Sunday, September 17, 2017 … 12:50 P.M. …
DEAR MAYOR TYLER …
Some of your public comments since last Tuesday’s City Council meeting suggest to many of us that you misunderstand why we opposed your sports complex.
I write you this letter in
Pt. 1: IS SHREVEPORT (FINALLY!) POISED FOR RECOVERY?
Thursday, September 14, 2017 … 1:35 P.M.
What happened at Tuesday’s Shreveport City Council meeting may prove a seismic shift in local government. That so many people successfully took to social media to stop Mayor Tyler’s sports complex scheme is undeniable.
CITY COUNCIL BURIES TYLER “SPORTS COMPLEX,” 0-to-6 “NO”
SPECIAL REPORT ...
… Tuesday, September 12, 2017 … 8:10 P.M. …
Almost four-and-a-half hours after the Shreveport City Council meeting began today, members finally voted on Mayor Ollie Tyler’s “sports complex” scheme.
The vote was 0-7 … no votes in favor …
Is Tyler's arena scheme in trouble at tomorrow's City Council meeting?
Mayor Ollie Tyler's publicly funded D-League arena concoction has been widely unpopular among Shreveporters ever since her administration (with other key players like the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission) launched a sneak attack on taxpayers weeks ago. In that attack, taxpayers were
OLLIE’S FOLLY: NEW HAMPSHIRE, SHREVEPORT, & ELECTION FRAUD
Friday, September 8, 2017 … 9:33 A.M. ...
Former United States Senator Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire must by rights be both seething and broken-hearted.
Unless Shreveport City Councilmen Oliver Jenkins and Michael Corbin have changes of heart, most Shreveporters soon will
MAYOR TYLER PURSUES CONTAMINATED SITE FOR SPORTS COMPLEX
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 … 4:40 P.M.
New documents confirm that Mayor Ollie Tyler is aggressively – and stupefyingly – trying to buy at huge taxpayer costs chemically contaminated land for her Cross Bayou scheme.
The land at issue is the General
Football is a brutal sport with no karma or mercy for anyone. This was sadly on display in week 1 of high school football as superstar Parkway QB and TCU Commit Justin Rogers dislocated his knee in the 1st quarter of
TO F.B.I. / U. S. ATTORNEY: “OLLIE’S FOLLY” CAN FINISH US
Sunday, September 3, 2017 … 12:27 P.M.
In American history, no city has been done in by foreign invaders. Our cities must do themselves in.
Each is totally free to destroy its own viability … its veritable being.
Once leadership sufficiently fails, and