St. Mary Parish officers are asking the general public to remain off the West Atchafalaya Basin levee close to Charenton Seaside Street.
“The St. Mary Levee District want to inform the general public that we’re totally conscious of the levee slide on West Atchafalaya Basin Levee close to Charenton Seaside Street. We’ve got been conscious of the slide because it occurred in October. It has been reported to america Military Corps of Engineers and is being intently monitored. It was additionally inspected by USACE throughout our annual levee inspections. As a result of it is a main upkeep/restore undertaking, it’s the accountability of USACE to do the restore. It’s at present within the design section and will probably be repaired as quickly as potential. If the restore just isn’t made earlier than excessive water, flood preventing will probably be accomplished within the space to forestall any additional issues. These levee slides are a typical incidence up and down the Mississippi and Atchafalaya river levee programs,” a press release issued Monday reads.
“We might additionally wish to take this time to remind the general public that NO motorized autos are allowed within the levee “proper of method”. Mud using and reducing of levee slopes, bases and crowns are oftentimes the reason for these slides. If you’re trespassing on these areas you can be arrested. Should you see anybody trespassing these areas, please name the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s workplace and report it. Should you see one thing, please say one thing. You may name our workplace (985)380.5500 or St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Workplace (337)828.1960.
For additional questions please name our workplace. Thanks,” the assertion reads.