For second year, no permits secured for street party
BATON ROUGE- No permits have been filed for a wild street party near LSU.
The event on Carlotta has been a tradition for some thirty years, but was not held last year and likely won't happen on its traditional weekend either, the weekend before Halloween.
Organizers did not secure the proper permits in 2012. Police said no requests had been submitted yet for 2013.
In previous years, the party became out of control and police had to step in.
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