KPLC: Louisiana receives over $94 million for coastal restoration

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) – More than $94 million are now being used to fight coastal erosion.

The Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act or GOMESA was created in order to address the long standing problem.

The money was dispersed across the state’s coastal parishes. 7News went to Cameron Parish to meet Assistant Administrator Darrell Williams to find how the parish is using their money.

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