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March 3, 2013

Morgan City is taking the next step to locate a hotel in its boundaries by writing a letter of intent to enter into a development agreement with Scott Somerville, president of Renascent Hospitality.

Morgan City is taking the next step to locate a hotel in its boundaries by writing a letter of intent to enter into a development agreement with Scott Somerville, president of Renascent Hospitality.
“The city is supportive of the project,” said Shelly Betz, Morgan City councilwoman.

October 25, 2011

There are not too many things worse to have happen to you on vacation than not being able to find a place to stay for the night.  You’re worn out from a long day of play you need a place to temporarily call home so you can recharge for the next adventure.  But what if you couldn’t find a place?  What if all the hotels were booked and everywhere you looked you only saw NO VACANCY signs with their glaring lights mocking your unpredictable predicament. Looks like the car may be the most comfortable couch, if you have one with you.  True, nowadays this rarely happens with up to date hotel reservations, and discounts to seal the deal.  But you can imagine being away from home and not having a place to stay. By the way, there is something worse than not finding a room for the night.  It’s finding a room and having to share it with free-loading, hungry, eight legged creatures ready to welcome you.  But that’s another story.