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May 19, 2020
Protecting our People, Our Property and Our Way of Life
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NLLD Board of Commissioners Meets Today
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The North Lafourche Conservation, Levee and Drain ag e District will hold its regular monthly meetings today, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. The public is invited to attend virtually via Audio/Visual Teleconference and at the NLLD office * per P roclamations 58-JBE-2020 and 59-JBE-2020 by Governor John Bel Edwards.


NLLD Meetings TODAY:
Tuesday, May 19, 2020

5:15 pm
Finance and Priority Committee

5:30 pm (or immediately following Committee meeting)
NLLD Board of Commissioners

TO JOIN BY PHONE WITH AUDIO ONLY:
Dial-in number is (339) 207-7469
Please mute your phone upon gaining access to the meeting. There is no access number required to join the meeting with this number.

TO JOIN ONLINE WITH VIDEO AND AUDIO:
Online meeting ID: dwayneb
We do ask all participants to turn off their device's video to help with meeting clarity. Also, please mute the microphone on your device.

For assistance connecting to the meeting, text "Help" to (339) 207-7469. Message and data rates may apply.

* Persons needing to attend the meeting in person are asked to call the NLLD office at (985) 537-2244 in advance to confirm availability due to the 25% capacity rule. All in-person attendees will be required to wear a mask, observe social distancing and sanitize. You can also call (985) 537-2244 if you have questions about attendance at and participation in the meetings.
Turning Dirt: NLLD Project Spotlight
Parr/Larose Pump Station 30" Pump Addition and Canal Debris Screen
Crosby Dredging, LLC is installing the discharge pipe for the new pump installed at the Parr/Larose Pump Station. Pipe installation is the final task for this project in the Lockport-Larose Project Area. The NLLD anticipates project completion in four weeks.
TLBB Element 2 (Lockport to Mathews Levee Improvement Project) Phase 2
Lemoine Company, LLC continues to excavate the first cut of the new canal and remove some of the low-grade and unused dredged material. Contractors are currently working past the Fantastic Acres pump station. Two additional cuts will be needed to complete the new canal in the Thibodaux-Lockport-Bayou Blue Project Area.
A Message from Executive Director Dwayne Bourgeois

As Louisiana begins Phase 1 opening amid COVID-19, the NLLD remains fully operational with levee and drainage work being essential to our state and community.

Our NLLD office is now open to the general public under the Governor's guidelines of 25% capacity and social distancing measures . We also continue to provide local residents the opportunity to safely join meetings of the NLLD by audio/visual teleconferencing in accordance with Governor Edwards' most recent proclamations on COVID-19.

Please don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email if you have any questions.
Take care and stay safe!
UPCOMING NLLD MEETINGS
TODAY
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Conducted virtually via Audio/Video Teleconference and at the NLLD office with restrictions.

5:15 PM
Finance and Priority Committee

5:30 PM (or immediately following F&P)
Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners



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2020 Board of Commissioners

Cory Kief, President
Timothy Allen, Vice President
Kenney Matherne, Sec/Treas
Louis Andolsek, Jr.
Rodney Foret
Percy Gasery, Jr.
Darcy Kiffe
Adley Peltier
Elmo "Jay" Pitre, III
Robert Pitre
Susan Testroet-Bergeron

Who We Are:

Dwayne Bourgeois
Executive Director

Katie DeRoche
Executive Assistant

Madonna Viguerie
Administrative Assistant

Arthur Ostheimer
Project Manager

Glenn Bourgeois
Field Coordinator

Peggy Boudwin
Office Assistant
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Staff:

Board President:
About the NLLD
The North Lafourche Conservation, Levee, and Drainage District (known as NLLD) was formed in 1992 to provide drainage and flood protection services for the northern portion of Lafourche Parish, including the entire parish north of the Intracoastal Canal.   The District includes over 250 miles of levees and drainage canals, and over 40 pump stations.