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  • Mayor Holden Celebrates Completion of $27.8M Staring Lane Project

    Good news for drivers going through East Baton Rouge Parish. Mayor-President Melvin L. “Kip” Holden hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 9, at the General Assembly Church of Baton Rouge, at 420 Staring Lane, to mark the completion of the Staring Lane project. At a cost of $27.8 million, the project is one of the largest road construction projects included within the Green Light Plan.

    South 16 July 2014 22:42

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