Thirty-two new COVID-19 cases were reported in three parishes for the 24 hours ending at midday Tuesday by the Louisiana Office of Public Health. No new fatalities were reported.
U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit personnel recently assisted the Coast Guard’s Lake Charles station in Hurricane Laura relief efforts by looking for damaged or displaced channel markings in the area and reporting them back to the Morgan City Aids to Navigation Team. The Morgan City Aids to Navigation Team, along with teams from Dulac and New Orleans, worked together to replace them. Local Coast Guard members who took the trip to the Lake Charles area to assess Laura’s damage were, from left, Boatswain’s Mate First Class Geoffrey Wells, Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class Andrew Moynihan and Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class Brian Head.
The relief efforts for Hurricane Laura in the Lake Charles area have extended beyond just those on land as members of the U.S.
The Louisiana Legislature will go back to work Monday for a special session to take up unemployment benefit funding and the damage inflicted by Hurricane Laura.
The Morgan City mayor and City Council will have their monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium.
Baptist Church celebrating its 143-year anniversary at 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 27. CDC protocols followed. Masks provided at door.