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Help Prevent Closure of Mansfield State Historic Site!

Posted 05/02/2016

Contact Louisiana Public Officials – Mansfield Historic Site is scheduled to close July 1 if we do nothing!

Budget woes are targeting Mansfield – as we are not in the “important” part of the state,  South Louisiana.

Please make your voice known. Here are the contacts

Each person below is critical and should be petitioned; please leave no one out.

? Jay Dardenne (administrator of state budget)

Commissioner of Administration

P.O. Box 94095 Baton Rouge, LA 70804

doacommissioner@la.gov (225) 342-7000

 

 Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser

Office of the Lieutenant Governor (state historic sites are under his overall authority) P.O. Box 44243 Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4243

bnungesser@crt.la.gov (225) 342-7009

ebordelon@crt.la.gov

 

 Robert Barham (decides which historic sites will be closed)

Assistant Secretary (Director)

Office of State Parks P.O. Box 44426 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70804-4426

rbarham@crt.la.gov (225) 342-8186

 

 Brandon Burris (decides which historic sites will be closed)

Deputy Assistant Secretary

Office of State Parks P.O. Box 44426 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70804-4426

bburris@crt.la.gov (225) 342-8109

 

 State Senator John Milkovich (Mansfield State Historic Site is in his senatorial district)

656 Jordan Street Shreveport, LA 71101

milkovichj@legis.la.gov (318) 676-7877

 

 State Representative Kenny R. Cox (Mansfield State Historic Site is in his district)

781 Hwy. 494 Natchitoches, LA 71457 coxk@legis.la.gov (855) 844-8583

 

 State Representative Lawrence Bagley (Reared in DeSoto Parish; he represents the district that surrounds Red River Campaign sites)

671 Hwy. 171 Suite E Stonewall, LA 71078

bagleyl@legis.la.gov (318) 925-9588