'The Environmental Protection Agency has a plan in rural Webster Parish to burn 15 million pounds of propellant explosives, originally designed for military use, into the northern Louisiana atmosphere. People exposed to it might develop cancer or blood pressure problems or even pass on birth defects to their children, experts warn.'
City of Shreveport teams representing Property Standards, the Department of Community Development and the Police Department will lead a sweep through Council District G on Wednesday, October 8, as the effort to clean up the City continues.
Mayor Cedric Glover says Shreveport will seek federal assistance in its ongoing fight to permanently close the Harrelson Landfill, which has blanketed a Shreveport neighborhood with smoke and fumes for years.
Mayor Cedric Glover is holding a public meeting at 5:30 this evening (Sept. 4) to offer insight on the state-approved plan that seeks to close the commercial landfill that continues to operate even though an underground fire burns regularly at the site.
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