CLINTON, La. (WAFB) - Members of the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury voted to keep the Confederate statue outside of the parish courthouse at a meeting Monday, July 6.
Police jury members heard public comments and voted to decide on the fate of the statue July 6. During a meeting held June 15, members voted to take no action and postponed the decision to June 30. That decision was again kicked down the road until Monday, when a decisions was finally made.
The matter has come up several times over the past few years.
Louis Kent, president of the East Feliciana Police Jury, previously stated he believed the statue should come down.
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