I recently heard that the engineering consultant that was hired as a sub to the Baton Rouge accounting firm that was hired by the JP Council to examine the financial feasibility of the River Birch Landfill deal has resinged from the project. Any insight?
But don’t take my word for it, especially since a picture is worth 1,000 words. Here is the actual report I received via email:
About 3 hours pre-squalls these folks showed up. Went on beach for 30 minutes , dug up sand, carried off some bags. When we went out to beach they packed up and left. Midwest Environmental was name on truck and someone said they were from Kentucky.
With the fifth anniversary of Katrina just days away, the Sun Herald launched a series of “Before, After, Now” photographs featuring a new home daily – and the first home featured “as was” (2003) was none other than the home of Dr. Bill Lobrano and his wife Pat, better known to SLABBED readers as the parents of qui tam relators Cori and Kerri Rigsby.
Does State Farm really expect the Court to believe these policyholders needed more than legal assistance from Dick Scruggs? How fast can you say, “abuse of discovery”?
Thursday, August 11th, 2010
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
SEAN O’KEEFE, SEN. TED STEVENS AND PERVERTED JUSTICE
Former Senator Ted Stevens was able to weather a number of difficult challenges in his life, but the clock finally ran out on the 86 year old Alaskan. He had survived an earlier plane crash in his home state that caused the death of his wife back in 1972. And the federal government did its best (or maybe it’s worst) in trying to destroy his political career in a most unsavory way. But the southwestern Alaska Wilderness took its toll, and a second plane crash took his life on a rocky mountainside this week.
Four of the nine passengers on the plane survived. One of those who made it is the former Chancellor of LSU here in my hometown of Baton Rouge. I have known Sean O’Keefe and his family for more than 40 years, and it was a miracle that both he and his son Kevin survived the disaster. He is in critical condition in an Anchorage hospital, and you can imagine the deep interest and concern being expressed throughout my community. Continue reading “Jim Brown’s Weekly Column: Sean O”