Harahan and Westwego approved their shares of the BP oil spill settlement Monday night.
The Harahan City Council agreed to $608,777, while the Westwego City Council signed off on a proposed $823,023.
Both votes were unanimous.
Also on Monday, the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-West approved its $2 million settlement. About $1.3 million will go to West Jefferson, while Algiers will get $750,000. The SLFPA-East will vote on its portion of the settlement Thursday.
Louisiana municipalities, parishes and other public bodies have been ratifying their parts of the $18.7 billion multistate settlement, which will bring $6.8 billion to Louisiana to make up for damages and revenue lost due to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spillin the Gulf of Mexico.
Last week, the Jefferson Parish School Board approved its share of the settlement, which was $32.7 million, while Jefferson Parish accepted $53 million, Kenner accepted $8.3 million and Gretna accepted $3.3 million.
Jean Lafitte has chosen to bring its own suit against BP and is not taking part in the settlement. Grand Isle has been mum on its plans. It has no meeting scheduled, and an official with the Mayor’s Office said the city will not discuss the issue.
The figures all include attorneys’ fees, which have generally run about 25 percent.
City and parish officials have said discussions about how to spend the funds will take place in the weeks ahead.
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