News & Updates for Tangipahoa Parish

Press Release Keep Tangipahoa Beautiful June 08, 2020

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Keep Tangipahoa Beautiful receives Cleanup Supplies Grant from Keep Louisiana Beautiful 
Keep Tangipahoa Beautiful is excited to announce it has received a Cleanup Supplies Grant from Keep Louisiana Beautiful to help with litter prevention and beautification efforts in Tangipahoa Parish. 
Keep Louisiana Beautiful awarded Keep Tangipahoa Beautiful with

Press Release - Parish Recycling Program

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Contact: Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller

(985) 748-3211

AMITE—On Thursday, Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller announced temporary changes in the parish’s recycling and community service litter abatement program amid concerns over the COVID-19 situation.

Miller said that the parish’s recycling program will be closed temporarily as part of the COVID-19 procedures. 

In addition, the Community Service Litter Abatement Program has been temporarily suspended as part of the parish’s COVID-19 response. 

Miller said the parish will reinstate these programs as soon as possible. Updates on any changes in parish services will be posted on the website as well as all TPG social media outlets.

Press Release - Judge approves motion for mutual consent agreement in Tangipahoa desegregation case

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NEW ORLEANS—After almost 55 years, the Tangipahoa Parish School System in cooperation with plaintiff’s negotiation counsel reached a judicially-approved mutual agreement in the longstanding Joyce Marie Moore federal desegregation case.

On Tuesday, U.S. Federal District Court Judge Ivan Lemelle approved the mutual consent agreement. He has asked for slight modifications which will be submitted to the court within the next 30 days.

Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley called the ruling a “historic” opportunity and “a win for all children in Tangipahoa Parish. “


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