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Village issues frequently center on the large, but aging water system, which is an important asset to Parks. At the Dec. 10 meeting, Councilman Harold “Kellogg” Robertson expressed dissatisfaction with the water quality and said the line flushing program has not been adequate. Fom left are Mayor Kevin Kately, Clerk Charlene Hill, Robertson and council member Myra Yvonne Narcisse.(Karl Jeter)

Water system, basketball court stir Parks tension

The low-key bayouside Village of Parks is best known for its big water system, which serves many times the population of the village, and for the popular annual Cracklin Festival. But, as evidenced in the Dec. 10 Village Council meeting, things have taken a slightly less cooperative tone since the ...

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