City Receives 2019 Lieutenant Governor’s Beautification Award
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Alexandria, La. (Aug. 2, 2019) — The City of Alexandria received a 2019 Lieutenant Governor’s Beautification Award Friday in recognition of the City’s efforts in supporting a clean and green community. The award was presented by Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser during a luncheon at the 82nd Annual Louisiana Municipal Association Convention, held at the Monroe Civic Center.
The award was presented on behalf of the Lt. Governor’s Office, Louisiana Municipal Association, Keep America Beautiful and the Louisiana Garden Club Federation. The goal of the joint effort is to facilitate permanent change in the operations and appearance of a community by providing municipalities with necessary resources, best practices, support and education to reduce litter and waste, increase recycling and beautify communities.
Pictured below: Alexandria Mayor Jeffery W. Hall accepts a 2019 Lieutenant Governor’s Beautification Award from Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser during a luncheon Friday at the 82nd Annual Louisiana Municipal Association Convention at the Monroe Civic Center. Pictured are (from left) Alexandria City Councilman Joe Fuller, Alexandria City Council President Jules Green, Mayor Hall, Lt. Governor Nungesser, LMA President Henry J. Lewis, and LMA Executive Director John A. Gallagher.
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