LAKEWOOD Subdivision

Angle, Alycia
May 2013
SB Magazine;May2013, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p84
The article offers information on the Lakewood subdivision situated in the outskirts of Bossier City, Louisiana. It adds that Lakewood subdivision has turned into a desirable community in Bossier City for its conveniences, property and schools for its citizens. It adds that the rapid growth of north Bossier and continuous technological advances and development will further grow this community.


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