Landrieu: Fort Polk Barracks to Receive $11 Million in Renovations
WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., today announced that the barracks at Fort Polk will receive $11 million for renovations. The contract was awarded through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Alexandria International Airport moves forward to contract with URS Corporation to perform FAA mandated update of Noise Exposure Maps. AEX has been implementing a noise mitigation program for several years now. The Federal Aviation Administration requires an update of the noise exposure maps on a regular basis. URS helped the airport develop and implement its current Noise Mit
Board of Commissioners names street after Mr. George W. Thompson. Mr. Thompson served with distinction as one of the original members of the England Board of Commissioners. He was elected by his peers to four terms as Vice-Chair of the England Authority. Mr.
Board of Commissioners names street after Mr. Elton C. Pody. Mr. Pody served with distinction on the Board of England Airpark and for 20 years as President of the Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Pody was instrumental in the redevelopment of England Airpark and more specifically with the attraction of J. B. Hunt, the first Airpark tenant, and Union Tank Car.
The England Authority Board of Commissioners approved a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the State of Louisiana Department of Economic Development for the Industrial Site Certification of W1 at England Airpark. W1 is the approximately 700 acres on the Westside of England Airpark slated for industrial development in the coming years. The Site Certification Program is a new program
With a positive vote on August 23, 2012, the last piece of legislation envisioned by the original Union Tank Car deal was put in place. The Board of Commissioners authorized the Executive Director to execute the second Amendment to Servitude of Passage to reflect the final alignment of a street constructed to access the new E1 industrial park at England Airpark.