Chris Massengill spoke passionately about the strengths of St Tammany Parish. He did not pull any punches when it came to the job numbers but he shared why he thinks we will come through this soon. Hear him below.
Amy called in from the parking lot to talk to us about some different things the Northshore Homebuilders are doing. The Parade of Homes will be virtual and in person at two different times. And their home giveaway has been backed up. Hear her explain in the interview below.
Wendy Keller explained how they are buying laptops for local students who are heading to college. She said these students have already overcome so many hurdles and she hopes the community will support them. Hear her below.
Donald Villere talked about the Lakefront and how restaurants in Mandeville are taking advantage of the good weather and their outside seating. Hear him talk about it in the interview below.
Parish President Mike Cooper called in from Bootlegger Road this morning right before they cut the ribbon and reopened it. Hear him talk about that and continuing to do what we need to do to stop the spread of the virus in the interview below.
President and CEO Joan Coffman joined us from STHS. She spoke about the hospital’s journey so far through this crisis. She thanked employees and citizens for what they have done. She also talked about how the hospital is moving toward more normal operations. Hear her below.
Parish President Mike Cooper spoke to us about wearing masks, staying the course, and all the restaurants that will be open on a limited basis for Mother’s Day celebrations. Hear him in the interview below.
Want some options for Mother’s Day? Jessica told us some and also reminded us about their curbside pickup so you never get out of the car. Hear her below.
Parish President Cooper spoke about the virtual board meeting the St Tammany Parish Council will hold this week. He also told us about some steps they are taking to get the parish ready to reopen based on what Gov. Edwards says.
Leighanne talked about the ReStore and how they are waiting for the green light to open it back up. It is closed right now and they are asking everyone to hold on to their donations until they are allowed to open the store again. Those donations actually fund houses being built here by Habitat.