Council member thanks community members for cleaning up streets

City Council member Chris Petite expressed his thanks to the residents of the City Of Natchitoches who came out and supported the 3rd Annual Community Clean-Up.

Organized by the Jackson-Square – Bailey Heights Community Improvement Association Inc. this community clean up included the following streets and roads: Lake, Hedges, Powell, North, Julia, Old Robeline, Powell, Amulet, and Martin Luther King.

“Thank you for investing in our community,” said Petite. “It was a tremendous effort. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Clean Up participants included Mayor Ronnie Williams, City Council members Rosemary Elie – Washington and Petite, School Board members Tan’keia Palmer and Dorothy McGaskey, local business owner Henry Dennis, Concerned Citizens of Natchitoches representative Johnny Barnes, Damien Medlock Jr. and Jhir’don Petite from Natchitoches Central High School, Kaveon Braxton from Natchitoches Jr. High, Gwendolyn Hardison, Ralph Wilson, Wayne Halm, Julia Kennedy and Tommy Myles of Houston, TX.


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