Lake Charles Local Business
Local business in Lake Charles, LA
Wednesday | via The Advocate
The Lafayette-based regional business group OneAcadiana is in the early stages of identifying and qualifying multi-acre sites within the organization's nine parishes that could be used to lure business to the region. OneAcadiana recently hired a site development manager, Zach Hager, and is actively exploring land that is available, said Jim Bourgeois , executive director of business development at OneAcadiana who supervises Hager. Comment?
Wednesday | via Hotel Business
InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the opening of a new 88-room Holiday Inn Express in Downtown Baton Rouge, LA. Located in the North Boulevard Town Square area, this historic building opened in 1955 as the Baton Rouge Savings and Loan Association Building and was once home to East Baton Rouge Arts and Technology School. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via CSRwire.com
Marking the start of the 2015 hurricane season and commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, CITGO Petroleum Corporation joined America's WETLAND Foundation as it announced new restoration efforts in Lafourche Parish during its Toast to the Coast celebration on June 1. The annual event honors individuals and businesses making a difference in the fight to save Louisiana's coast. To support America's WETLAND Foundation and its upcoming work, CITGO has donated $250,000. Comment?
Friday Jun 19 | via KPLC-TV Lake Charles
City leaders are getting the ball rolling when it comes to getting the word out that Lake Charles is looking for developers for the Lakefront. The attention is focused on the old Harrah's site and early next week the city will send out hundreds of postcards looking for developers. Comment?
Oct 28, 2014 | via KPLC-TV Lake Charles
Axiall Corporation began the Bayou d'Inde remediation project at Lockport Marsh and areas near the Lake Charles manufacturing facility in December 2014. The remediation project is part of the work required under an October 2013 agreement between the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality and several companies, including Axiall. Comment?
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