State reopens bids for companies to oversee homeowner assistance program
Posted on 3/18/2017 5:58:00 AM.

The Office of Community Development is seeking new offers from firms that can oversee the homeowner assistance program for flood victims. The Governor’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Julie Baxter Payer, says this will not delay financial assistance for those who need it. She says they’re reopening the bidding process, because they weren’t pleased with the initial offers.
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St. Joe in Tensas Parish to get brand new water system
Posted on 3/6/2017 1:41:00 PM.
The town of St. Joseph is finally getting a brand new water system and Governor John Bel Edwards was on hand today for the groundbreaking. Deputy Chief of Staff Julie Baxter Payer says this was a very important milestone for the Tensas Parish town.
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HUD approves state's plan for spending $438M in federal flood aid
Posted on 2/17/2017 10:21:00 AM.

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved the state’s plan for spending the first $438 million approved for Louisiana flood recovery. The governor’s Deputy Chief of Staff Julie Baxter Payer says the next step is for HUD to do grant agreements and open a line of credit for the state.
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Restore Louisiana Task Force approves plan to spend flood recovery dollars
Posted on 1/21/2017 7:52:00 AM.

The Restore Louisiana Task Force approves a proposal for how to spend $1.2 billion in federal flood aid allocated by Congress. Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, Julie Baxter Payer, says $938 million will go towards rebuilding and repairing flooded homes.
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Restore Louisiana Task Force meets to discuss disaster aid distribution
Posted on 11/18/2016 1:37:00 AM.

The Restore Louisiana Task force meets today to discuss how they will distribute the first round of federal disaster aid for flood victims. Congress approved 438 million dollars worth of assistance for Louisiana.
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State leaders discuss ways to improve community relations with police
Posted on 10/19/2016 12:28:00 PM.

Law enforcement, elected officials, and the public gathered at the House Judiciary Committee meeting today to discuss ways to improve community relations with police. Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, Julie Baxter Payer says it’s important to have more community involvement in policy changes. She says they are looking at more training and education for law enforcement.
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State and federal officials defend Shelter at Home program
Posted on 9/23/2016 4:07:00 AM.

State and federal officials are defending the Shelter at Home program after there have been complaints that the jobs aren’t done to the flood victim’s satisfaction. Deputy Chief of Staff with the Governor’s Office Julie Baxter Payer says the Shelter at Home program is for temporary basic repair.
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Mobile homes eligible for Shelter At Home program
Posted on 9/19/2016 6:25:00 PM.

Homeowners who live in mobile homes are now eligible to apply for the Shelter At Home program. Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, Julie Baxter Payer says they wanted to get some clarification about who was eligible for the program.
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Repairs completed at four Shelter At Home households
Posted on 9/15/2016 10:46:00 AM.

Construction has only been completed on four flood victims’ homes as part of the new Shelter At Home program. Deputy Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, Julie Baxter Payer, says she expects that number to rise quickly over the next few days. She says with so many people registered for the program, it’s taking a while to get to them all.
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6,300 people applied for Shelter At Home on first day of registration
Posted on 8/30/2016 11:03:00 AM.

According to the Governor’s Office, 6,300 people applied for the Shelter At Home Program on the first day of registration. The Governor’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Julie Baxter Payer, says the program awards up to $15,000 for basic homes repairs, so people can get back into their homes as quickly as possible.
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