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Sulphur to open West Calcasieu Business Center

The following is a news release from the Sulphur City Council:

Mayor Chris Duncan and the Sulphur City Council are pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the West Calcasieu Business Center located at 500 N. Huntington St. (old City Hall).  The official Ribbon Cutting will take place on Thursday, June 9, 2011, at 10:00 a.m.  The public, as well as elected and appointed officials, are encouraged to join us in this historic occasion. 

Mayor Chris Duncan

"We are thrilled with the idea that the Calcasieu Parish Clerk of Court, the West Calcasieu Association of Commerce and the Calcasieu Parish Registrar of Voters have chosen to locate offices in the business center.  Our goal, which was to utilize a vacant public building and also provide convenience to the residents of West Calcasieu, has been achieved.  It is our hope that other agencies will look at the facility and consider establishing satellite offices as well."

Brian Levens, President of the West Calcasieu Association of Commerce

 "The West Calcasieu Association of Commerce is proud to have the opportunity to make this move into the West Calcasieu Business Center.  Our growth and potential are now elevated to a new level and we look forward to helping the businesses of West Calcasieu at an even higher capacity.  We would also like to thank all of those involved with making this happen.  Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The phone number is 337-313-1121 and the fax number is 337-527-4910. Our email address is associationw@bellsouth.net."

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