ST. MARTIN PARISH, La (KLFY) Since 2008, feeding alligators in St. Martin Parish has been unlawful.
A current revision to the ordinance is permitting extra leniency.
Parish President Chester Cedars says the revisions have been from requests by tour information companies.
“That’s my understanding” he says “asking the council to rethink the ban that was imposed in 2008.”
Cedars talked about the most important concern the council had when revising the ordinance is tips on how to make the ruling honest for everybody.
“What it’s we will do that can nonetheless create a secure atmosphere for guests and on the similar time wouldn’t impede the flexibility of licensed people to reap alligators and wouldn’t impede boat tour operators.”
When requested how the change can have an effect on the swamp tour enterprise and the protection of the neighborhood, he stated, it shouldn’t affect anybody in a damaging manner.
“I consider the ordinance is not going to have a damaging affect on the tour information enterprise.”
Cedars additionally talked about the way it is not going to have any have an effect on on most people for feeding alligators.
The purpose of the brand new ordinance is to permit folks to have nearer contact with Louisiana gators and to assist the tourism business within the parish.