Lee Dragna, chairman of St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District 2, speaks during the Morgan City Council meeting Tuesday. Dragna asked city officials to implement a solution to drainage problems in Lakeside Subdivision that the drainage district legally cannot do. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Drainage district officials have come up with a permanent solution to fix problems in Morgan City’s Lakeside Subdivision, but the board chairman says the district isn’t authorized to do the work required.
Chitimacha Police Chief Hal Hutchinson reported the following arrests: Kevin Daigle II, 29, of Arnaudville, was arrested Wednesday and charged with theft and released on a summons.
Former St. Mary Parish Sheriff David Naquin was on hand at the weekly meeting of the Franklin Rotary Club Tuesday to deliver an informative presentation as well as a message for the audience…if criminals leave behind fingerprints, law enforcement has a distinct advantage in identifying them and bringing them to justice.

Lee Dragna, chairman of St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District 2, speaks during the Morgan City Council meeting Tuesday. Dragna asked city officials to implement a solution to drainage problems in Lakeside Subdivision that the drainage district legally cannot do. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Rotary Club scholars, visitors

Franklin Rotary Club recently presented scholarships to local high school graduates. From left are Rotary President Victoria Simoneaux; John Higdon Jr., scholarship winner from Hanson Memorial High School; Myria Druilhet, scholarship winner from West St. Mary High School; Scholarship Chair Glenn Todd; and Ja’Kyrin Connor, scholarship winner from West St. Mary High School.

Franklin Rotary Club recently presented scholarships to local high school graduates.

School funding requests sail through committee

Debbie Sufferin, Junior Achievement instructor of Greater New Orleans, spoke with Patterson Junior High School eighth-grade girls this morning during a Finance Park session at Centerville High School. Finance Park creates simulated situations in which students make financial decisions affecting their lives. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

CENTERVILLE — Patterson, Berwick and Bayou Vista principals sat quietly as the school board committee breezed through maintenance and capital requests Tuesday during their budget workshop.

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