BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — The new Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum will reopen Saturday, nine years after it was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina swept ashore at Point Cadet.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the Industrial Road Project at the south end of Federal Avenue and the floodwall in Morgan City. From left are Kevin Voisin, St. Mary Parish councilman; Paul Naquin, St. Mary Parish president; Tim Matte, St. Mary Levee District executive director; Gary Duhon, port commissioner; Ron Bias, Morgan City District 3 councilman; Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City mayor; Sterling Fryou, St. Mary Parish councilman; Albert Foulcard, parish councilman; Tim Tregle, St. Mary Parish councilman; Henry “Bo” LaGrange, parish chief administrative officer; and Michael Brocato Jr., St. Mary Levee District operations manager.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)
Officials broke ground Wednesday on a project to build a road that will give oilfield non-hazardous waste trucks an alternate route so they do not have travel through residential areas.