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East Baton Rouge Parish, La. ARP Plan

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    East Baton Rouge Parish, La. ARP Plan

    The Parish of East Baton Rouge & City of Baton Rouge has invested $4.5 million in blight elimination, $1.4 million for City Hall security, $4 million for HVAC replacements, $1.2 million for public safety complex improvements, $2 million for police precinct upgrades, $11.5 million for fire fighter/first responder equipment, $2 million for tourism and economic development, $1.8 million to enhance police department technology, $3.4 million to implement gun violence reduction strategies, $8 million to replace the public safety fleet, $100,000 to expand the Hospital Violence Intervention Program, $150,000 for the Innovative Opioid Project, $500,000 for additional special prosecutors and $750,000 for youth employment programs. Additionally, the parish will allocate $6 million for affordable housing, $1.5 million to revitalize a commercial corridor, $4 million for premium pay, $56 million for infrastructure projects and $51 million for revenue loss.

    The Parish of East Baton Rouge & City of Baton Rouge has invested $4.5 million in blight elimination, $1.4 million for City Hall security, $4 million for HVAC replacements, $1.2 million for public safety complex improvements, $2 million
    2021-10-01
    County Examples & Solutions
    2021-11-08

The Parish of East Baton Rouge & City of Baton Rouge has invested $4.5 million in blight elimination, $1.4 million for City Hall security, $4 million for HVAC replacements, $1.2 million for public safety complex improvements, $2 million for police precinct upgrades, $11.5 million for fire fighter/first responder equipment, $2 million for tourism and economic development, $1.8 million to enhance police department technology, $3.4 million to implement gun violence reduction strategies, $8 million to replace the public safety fleet, $100,000 to expand the Hospital Violence Intervention Program, $150,000 for the Innovative Opioid Project, $500,000 for additional special prosecutors and $750,000 for youth employment programs. Additionally, the parish will allocate $6 million for affordable housing, $1.5 million to revitalize a commercial corridor, $4 million for premium pay, $56 million for infrastructure projects and $51 million for revenue loss.

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