There were questions as to how Mayor Cedric Glover planned to pay for his legal defense in a lawsuit against the Shreveport Dog Park Alliance. We now have some answers, as well as a few new questions, thanks to documents obtained by KEEL News.
Following the news that two ricin-laced letters sent to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and gun control group Mayors Against Illegal Guns were postmarked in Shreveport, Mayor Cedric Glover has issued a statement saying the city is "taking necessary steps" to protect citizens.
Shreveport Dog Park Alliance responds to the Mayor's comments regarding the ruling of the dog park, saying they look forward to working with the Mayor and that the judge's ruling has no effect on the mayor's powers.
Whether you want a dog park or not, you could be paying to not accept it. If the Dog Park Alliance goes forward with plans to sue the mayor, Shreveport taxpayers will be footing the bill for Mayor Cedric Glover's defense.