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Attorney William Shockey reads facts and figures from a summary of Kerotest’s $4.3 million expansion proposal for its valve manufacturing plant in Mansura. The company is seeking a tax incentive package of a 5-year property tax exemption and 50 percent sales tax rebate related to the proposed 30,000 sq. ft. addition. The expansion would create 50 jobs. {Photo by Raymond L. Daye}

Avoyelles Police jury mulls Kerotest request for tax breaks

Everyone wants economic development. Everyone supports Kerotest’s proposal to expand its plant in Mansura and create another 50 jobs.

The architect’s rendering shows what Avoyelles Hospital will look when a $1 million building improvement project is finished.

The current face of Avoyelles Hospital has been the same since the building was constructed in 1979.

PLANNING FOR PROGRESS
Allegiance Health Management President Rock Bordelon (right) and Avoyelles Hospital CEO Rene Goux review plans for the $1 million improvement project for Avoyelles Hospital in Marksville.

Avoyelles Hospital: A New look for a new era

For almost 40 years, the hospital just outside of the Marksville city limits has changed its name and its owners, but has looked the same.

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