It can mean progress without confusion, and for the Shreveport Dog Park Alliance the phrase "hurry up and wait" has it's perks.
"It's exhausting and it's exciting but it's worth it. We feel every step is a step forward at least it's not backwards. We just want the park and for the city to accept the money," Shreveport Dog Park Alliance's Cynthia Keith said.
The Mayor's case can now move forward in the second circuit because today the district court judge continued the stay.
"We're pleased this now has this case in a posture to be decided on all the issues not just a few of them," attorney for the Dog Park Alliance, Daniel Keele said.
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