The State Police mansion Thursday, Sep 18 2014
If you are like me, you probably didn’t know that the taxpayers provide the superintendent of the Louisiana State Police a mansion in which to live. Its located in Baton Rouge on Government Street in the Department of Public Safety Complex.
The mansion has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Among other amenities, the mansion has a fireplace, patio for entertaining, 3-car garage and is fully furnished by the taxpayers of Louisiana.
Other basic necessities are servants, compliments of the Department of Corrections. Those that have been to the mansion say that one of the inmates dresses as a butler.
The mansion, I’m informed, is well-stocked with food courtesy of the taxpayers. Meals are brought to the mansion either from the nearby state employee cafeteria or are prepared by an inmate chef at the mansion.
Information supplied to me is that construction of the mansion was begun during the Mike “Big Daddy” Foster Administration and finished during the Kathleen Blanco Administration. It’s easy to understand why Edmonson needs an extra $30k a year in retirement pay to maintain his current lifestyle upon retirement.
If you want to know more about this taxpayer provided mansion, contact your leges. Obviously, they are aware of it because they approve the funding for it every year.
Just thought you would like to know how your tax dollars are being spent.
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