High school will share sewage system with community center

Aug. 5, 2010
Agreement gives Assumption Parish (La.) district use of the center

From The Baton Rouge Advocate: The Assumption Parish (La.) School Board has voted to allow Assumption High School’s sewage system to also serve a new parish community center. According to the intergovernmental agreement, the school system would have free use of the 25,000-square-foot center — expected to be ready by early 2012 — in exchange for use of the sewer system.

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