Mark St. Pierre sentence cut from 17 to 5 years for helping convict Ray Nagin

0 Comment

Pile of stone, on the railway 🙂
Nola Contractor
Image by cesarharada.com

Mark St. Pierre sentence cut from 17 to 5 years for helping convict Ray Nagin
A federal judge Friday (Sept. 5) slashed the sentence for an ex-city contractor convicted of bribing former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, citing his cooperation with investigators. Mark St. Pierre maintained his innocence during his 2010 bribery trial …
Read more on The Times-Picayune – NOLA.com

Construction underway on new .85 million Mandeville water tower
Construction is underway on a new water tower on the eastern edge of Mandeville that should improve water pressure in parts of the city. The new 750,000-gallon, single pedestal tower is being built on Rapatel Street off U.S. 190 near Fontainebleau …
Read more on The Times-Picayune – NOLA.com

Halliburton Energy Services agrees to .1 billion settlement over BP oil spill
Katherine Sayre, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune By Katherine Sayre … Halliburton provided the cement that failed to seal BP's Macondo well before it blew out; BP contractor Transocean owned the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig that exploded and sank.
Read more on The Times-Picayune – NOLA.com

Get A Painting Company In Baton Rouge, Louisiana To Give You A Quote Call 504.327.5840 Ext. 2