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Rail crossing will close with or without city cooperation

MAYOR ROBICHAUX, left, talks with DOTD Engineer Bill Shrewsberry prior to a June 4 meeting to discuss the closure of the Parkerson Street BNSF rail crossing.

RAYNE –– It was evident during a public meeting Thursday night, June 4, that the Parkerson Street railroad crossing will be closed –– with or witho

Floodplain insurance changes outlined for Rotary members

MARK DAIGLE, who serves as Rayne’s building inspector, director of animal control and floodplain administrator, focused his talk to the Rayne Rotary Club members Thursday, June 4, on changes to the National Floodplain Insurance Program. He was the guest of Jimmy Fontenot, right, and welcomed by President Kyle Broussard.

In his role as floodplain administrator for the city of Rayne, Building Inspector Mark Daigle discussed the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

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