http://www.denhamspringsappraisers.com/ – Walker Louisiana Has A New eNews Digest Online Presence
Here’s two post to the new eNews Digest:
“2009: A terrific new beginning in Walker
It’s hard to believe a whole year has passed us by. I’m very proud of everything this community has accomplished working together during my first year in office. Walker has grown in so many ways – and not just in size. We have a new atmosphere of transparency, participation and collaboration in government. We have initiated multiple beautification projects, including planting more than 4,000 trees and shrubberies along La. 447. We have expanded cultural and recreational opportunities for families. We have forged stronger relationships among Walker’s business leaders. We have infused government with some fiscal responsibility. And we are hard at work on infrastructure, including additional drainage improvements, upgrades to water and sewer systems and roadway expansions. Look for details about what we accomplished in our upcoming Annual Report, which will be available on our website in late January. But there is much more to come in 2010. I thank all those who are working so hard to make Walker the wonderful community that it is, and I look forward to all that the coming year has in store for us.
We really love Livingston Parish
Science has finally discovered something we’ve known for quite some time: People who live in Livingston Parish love Livingston Parish. Southeastern Louisiana University’s Social Science Research Center has just finished a study of the five Florida Parishes. As it turns out, those who live in this parish are more satisfied with their quality of life than residents of St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Washington and St. Helena. A whopping three quarters of those who took part in the study said they were satisfied or very satisfied – the highest score of all the parishes. Nearly half of the respondents in the survey said they believe our quality of life is better or much better than it was three years ago. And more than half said they believe the quality of life will get even better in the next three years. Livingston residents also gave their fire and police protection and emergency preparedness fairly high scores, but did express serious concerns about traffic safety and management. Livingston also scored high marks in child care services, health care and parks and recreation.”