Louisiana State Rep. Barbara Norton and Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover recently held a formal unveiling of the Mooretown Beautification Project in Shreveport, La., on June 28. As part of Ms. Norton’s vision, she was able to secure $20,000 to fund half of the project. The city of Shreveport provided the remaining $20,000. With a strong focus on supporting the communities in which it operates, Comcast attended the ribbon-cutting event.
Rep. Barbara Norton (right center) joins Comcast employee Florence Jackson (far right) and Shreveport officials.
The Mooretown Beautification Project, located at the corner of Hollywood Avenue and Kennedy Drive, will serve as a gateway to welcome visitors to Mooretown. The streetscape will transform this corner into a positive and attractive amenity for the community.
“We have worked hard to provide this new area of beautification for our community,” Rep. Norton said. “This project is a point of pride for the Mooretown community and the City of Shreveport, and will show improvement, dignity and respect for the community we live in. I am proud to see the completion of such an important project for my constituents.”