Waterways reopened following Hurricane Michael closure
UPDATE: Waterways in Livingston and Tangipahoa Parishes reopened Friday.
Waterways in two parishes are closing due to potential rising water as a result of Hurricane Michael.
The closures were issued in Livingston and Tangipahoa Parishes Tuesday.
In Livingston Parish, all waterways south of I-12 will be closed to recreational traffic until further notice. All waterways north of I-12 will remain open at this time.
As for Tangipahoa Parish, waterways south of Highway 22 will be closed. Officials said the closures are required to minimize the effects of high waters.
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