Bossier City refuses — again — to pay for neighborhood water (LA)

The Bossier City Council in September killed a 24-year-old resolution that had allowed the city to subsidize irrigation for certain residential subdivisions’ landscaping needs, saying the practice had caused a “significant loss” to the general fund.  Tuesday, Councilman Timothy Larkin tried to revive that resolution, arguing that the council had made a mistake when it voted to revoke a resolution from 1993 that provided for assisting with the landscaping of street cul-de-sacs in new or expanding residential subdivisions.  When the council first voted to revoke the resolution, it was told that the practice was costing the city an average of at least $42,000 a year.    Read the article…………….

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