Parish President Layton Ricks gave his annual State of the Parish address on Aug. 8, accompanied by Rep. Valarie Hodges, Livingston Parish tourism’s Eric Edwards, David Bennett, of the Livingston LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. Box 427, Livingston, LA 70754, Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness, Denham Springs City Councilman (1999-2002), Member of the Denham Springs Planning and Zoning Board, Member of the Denham Springs Police and Fire Civil Service Board, Past president of Livingston Parish Sewer District 1, Member of the Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce, Member and graduate of the 2012/2013 inaugural class of Leadership Livingston, Member of the Livingston Economic Development Council, Member of the Denham Springs Economic Development District, Ex-Officio member of the Livingston Parish Library Board, Member of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Capital Region Planning Commission, Member of the Transportation Policy Committee of the Metropolitan Planning Organization, Member of First Baptist Church of Denham Springs. He formerly served as: Since elected as Livingston Parish President, Layton has worked hard to restore the trust in parish government by being open and accessible to the citizens of Livingston Parish. He says he’s scheduled for surgery on Friday, Dec. 27. Box 427 Livingston, LA 70754 Livingston, LA 70754 Louisiana Speaker of the House Clay Schexnayder was the guest speaker at the Livingston Parish Republican Women’s Club meeting on Dec. 2 at Big Mike’s in Denham Springs. Parish President Layton Ricks has announced his bid for reelection as Livingston parish president. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks speaks at the Livingston Parish Republican Women’s Club meeting Oct. 7, 2020. — Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks says he will not “endorse” enforcement of the statewide mask mandate but is unable to opt-out of the mandatory order. On Thursday, Dec. 19, Parish President Layton Ricks confirmed to WAFB he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. He then served in a management position with a local engineering firm. December 19, 2019 at 8:32 PM CST - Updated December 19 at 10:32 PM. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks issued the following Proclamation: PROCLAMATION OF PARISH-WIDE STAY AT HOME ORDER EXTENSION OF EMERGENCY PROVISIONS WHEREAS, in the days since the last Proclamation was issued on 22 March 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak in Louisiana has expanded significantly; and (WAFB) - The longtime president of Livingston Parish has confirmed he has cancer. She is engaged in issues facing business on the national level. https://bit.ly/361jvQm (225) 686-2266 Phone: 225-686-2266 Fax:      225-686-7279, 20399 Government Blvd., P.O. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks comments on the land donation for the long-planned Livingston Parish Executive Airport in Satsuma, La. A Gray Media Group, Inc. Station - © 2002-2021 Gray Television, Inc. With all the travel restrictions in place these days, you wouldn’t think now is the time to head off to England. The president is elected at large by the parish residents for a four year term. Candy's background includes working with local government to improve business in Livingston Parish. An active member of the community, Layton currently serves as: Layton is married to Susan Graul Ricks and together they have five children and seven grandchildren. Livingston Parish is divided into nine council districts. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks issued the following Proclamation: PROCLAMATION OF PARISH-WIDE STAY AT HOME ORDER EXTENSION OF EMERGENCY PROVISIONS WHEREAS, in … Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks will not support strict enforcement and penalties against residents that choose not to wear a face mask in all public settings. So, don your family livery, and acquire some manners. He ran unopposed in the last two elections and began his third term of office in January 2020. LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. The Livingston Parish School Board does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability or gender in its educational programs and activities (including employment and application for employment), and it is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of gender by Title IX (20 USC 168) and on the basis of disability by Section 504 (42 USC 794). Physical Address: Mailing Address: 20399 Government Blvd., 2nd Floor P.O. Livingston Parish President Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks A native of Kentwood, Louisiana, Luther Layton Ricks Jr. has been a proud resident of Livingston Parish since 1977. LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. Longtime Livingston Parish president announces he has prostate cancer. He is a registered Republican and was first elected parish president in November of 2011 with 57% of the vote. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks A native of Kentwood, Louisiana, Luther Layton Ricks Jr. has been a proud resident of Livingston Parish since 1977. All rights reserved. Prior to being elected parish president, Layton was employed for nearly thirty years in the medical field of orthopedics as a radiologic technologist. Livingston Parish is a Council-President parish governed by a Home Rule Charter and enforced by a Parish Council and Parish President. Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks joined us on 9News at Noon to talk about Phase 1 reopening.