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Jimmy B. Cantrelle

Parish Director

Homeland Security Josh Champagne

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Lafourche Parish School


Affiliations

The State Bank and Trust Company

Board Member


Raceland Grand Marshall Club

Active Member


Louisiana Oyster Festival Association

Member


Education

Raceland High School


B.A.

Nicholls State University


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Lafourche Parish, LA : Press Releases + Latest News

www.lafourchegov.org [cached]

Lafourche Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle met with state homeland security and emergency preparedness leaders on Tuesday in Mathews.
Briefing Cantrelle and parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne were James Waskom, Director of the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), Chris Guilbeau, Deputy Director of GOHSEP and Pam Roussel, who serves as a Regional Coordinator for the agency. Mr. Cantrelle cut the ribbon on Tuesday morning to officially open a satellite permit office in Galliano.


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www.tlgnewspaper.com [cached]

Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle was on hand Tuesday afternoon with officials from the South Lafourche Levee District and the Terrebonne Conservation and Levee District to see firsthand the progress being made on area levees.
Cantrelle visited the site in lower Pointe aux Chenes where the "Reach K" segment of the Morganza to the Gulf project is set to begin in the next month as an approximate 1,800-foot section of levee will be upgraded with trucked in dirt to a near 10-foot elevation. This segment, which should be completed by year's end, will eventually meet up with "Reach L" which will tie into the South Lafourche levee system in the Larose/Cut Off area. Permits are in hand for the entire two segments which will span some 10 miles once completed. "Thanks to the boards, directors and employees of the South Lafourche and Terrebonne Levee Districts who are working hard to see this through to completion," said Cantrelle. "It was great to see in person the progress being made to provide flood and storm protection for the citizens of Lafourche and Terrebonne Parishes. I know this permit was a long time coming but now that it's in hand, we will soon see better protection for south Louisiana," said Cantrelle. ]]> Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle was on hand Tuesday afternoon with officials from the South Lafourche Levee District and the Terrebonne Conservation and Levee District to see firsthand the progress being made on area levees. Cantrelle visited the site in lower Pointe aux Chenes where the "Reach K" segment of the Morganza to the Gulf project is set to begin in the next month as an approximate 1,800-foot section of levee will be upgraded with trucked in dirt to a near 10-foot elevation. This segment, which should be completed by year's end, will eventually meet up with "Reach L" which will tie into the South Lafourche levee system in the Larose/Cut Off area. Permits are in hand for the entire two segments which will span some 10 miles once completed. "Thanks to the boards, directors and employees of the South Lafourche and Terrebonne Levee Districts who are working hard to see this through to completion," said Cantrelle. "It was great to see in person the progress being made to provide flood and storm protection for the citizens of Lafourche and Terrebonne Parishes. I know this permit was a long time coming but now that it's in hand, we will soon see better protection for south Louisiana," said Cantrelle. According to Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle, the funding will be used for construction of restrooms at the pier. "I would like to thank the convention and visitors bureau for their generosity in assisting in this important project to aid the residents and businesses of Leeville. Thanks also to Councilmen Jerry Lafont and Daniel Lorraine for their assistance in acquiring these funds," said Cantrelle. Monies acquired earlier through the capital outlay process, parish government and generous participation from the Greater Lafourche Port Commission will go towards the construction of the fishing pier and pavilion. "This project serves as a fine example of the progress that can be made when various entities work together toward a common goal. It will boost the economy of Leeville and provide a space for citizens to enjoy some of Louisiana's great natural resources," said Cantrelle. ]]> Mathews, LA - Lafourche Parish Government recently received a grant in the amount of $42,000 from the Bayou Lafourche Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (BLACVB) to go towards improvements at the Leeville Fishing Pier project. According to Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle, the funding will be used for construction of restrooms at the pier. "I would like to thank the convention and visitors bureau for their generosity in assisting in this important project to aid the residents and businesses of Leeville. Thanks also to Councilmen Jerry Lafont and Daniel Lorraine for their assistance in acquiring these funds," said Cantrelle. Monies acquired earlier through the capital outlay process, parish government and generous participation from the Greater Lafourche Port Commission will go towards the construction of the fishing pier and pavilion. "This project serves as a fine example of the progress that can be made when various entities work together toward a common goal. It will boost the economy of Leeville and provide a space for citizens to enjoy some of Louisiana's great natural resources," said Cantrelle. It should prove to be a great asset to assist our emergency operations as well as the citizens of Lafourche Parish," said Lafourche Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle. It should prove to be a great asset to assist our emergency operations as well as the citizens of Lafourche Parish," said Lafourche Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle. Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle and Parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne also noted that agreements have also been signed with a private transportation company to transport citizens to Monroe should the situation arise. "We want all residents to be prepared as we enter the peak of hurricane season," said Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle. Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle and Parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne also noted that agreements have also been signed with a private transportation company to transport citizens to Monroe should the situation arise. "We want all residents to be prepared as we enter the peak of hurricane season," said Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle.


www.tlgnewspaper.com

Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle and Parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne also noted that agreements have also been signed with a private transportation company to transport citizens to Monroe should the situation arise.
"We want all residents to be prepared as we enter the peak of hurricane season," said Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle.


Press Releases + Latest News | Lafourche Parish, LA

www.lafourchegov.org [cached]

Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle and Parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne also noted that agreements have also been signed with a private transportation company to transport citizens to Monroe should the situation arise.
"We want all residents to be prepared as we enter the peak of hurricane season," said Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle.


www.lafourchegov.org

Lafourche Parish President Jimmy Cantrelle met with state homeland security and emergency preparedness leaders on Tuesday in Mathews.
Briefing Cantrelle and parish Director of Homeland Security Josh Champagne were James Waskom, Director of the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), Chris Guilbeau, Deputy Director of GOHSEP and Pam Roussel, who serves as a Regional Coordinator for the agency.


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