Sound Off Louisiana’s Burns: “St. Martin Parish President Chester Cedars is the epitome and personification of Louisiana’s reputation for being hostile to small businesses and farmers!”

St. Martin Parish President Chester Cedars

In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns provides his rationale and makes his arguments for his contention that St. Martin Parish President Chester Cedars represents, “the epitome and personification of Louisiana’s perceived reputation for hostility toward small businesses and farmers.”:

Burns makes his case for his contentions regarding St. Martin Parish President Chester Cedars.

In the video above, Burns indicated the absurd questions Cedars posed of Broussard regarding his hay operations would be provided.  Here they are:

Direct links for previous features in the St. Martin Parish Government / Billy Broussard Saga:

1.  LSP Trooper Lopez allegedly demands Broussard’s driver not go down “my road” again (feature contains and extensive video tour of Broussard’s 33-acre farm).

2.  Cedars obtains court-ordered Temporary Restraining Order shutting down Broussard’s farming operations.

3.  Broussard’s attorney asserts in court filings that Cedars is on “crusade” to “harass” Broussard.

4.  Cedars caves and begs for TRO court hearing to be cancelled and offers major concessions to Broussard to do so.

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