Cedar Tree, a database of all books and information from Louisiana corporations, has been expanded to include everything from the names of politicians to the identities of their families, the president’s personal email address, even the titles of movies.
The database, originally built in 1999 to help Louisiana governments track and track their business, has grown to encompass thousands of books, thousands of corporate records and a staggering number of personal records of politicians and other public figures.
The massive data dump of records has now been expanded in the form of a book that will be published by the library.
CedarTree is a database for everything from political campaigns and corporate boardroom meetings to social media posts and tweets by the presidents, the governor, the city councilors and members of the Louisiana legislature.
It is one of many state data repositories, including the Louisiana Business Information Center, that has been growing since the state passed a sweeping new state-wide data law in 2013.
The database includes nearly 11,000 pages of documents and includes thousands of companies and businesses, including thousands of state employees.
Census records, city directories, court records and other records that are publicly available are among the records that CedarTree can track.
It has also added the records of the state’s political parties, including those of state senators and representatives, state governors and other top elected officials.
It has even expanded the data to include information about businesses that are owned by the same family members.
Chesapeake Bay State Park, which is a member of the CedarTree group, will soon be listed as a company that the library hopes will help Louisiana businesses and citizens keep track of their finances.
The new database, called CedarTree2, will contain everything from municipal business records, such as where the restaurant owner was born and the age of the manager, to the names and ages of their spouses, children and grandchildren.
The library has already found many business records from churches, hospitals, colleges and even nursing homes.
The library has also found that Louisiana residents often provide their address to the CedarLeaf database.
Cheniere-Lafayette Mayor Jeanette LeBlanc, who is running for the U.S. Senate, wrote in a blog post that she and other city employees have used CedarLea as a way to keep track and to get a sense of who is coming to town.
LeBlanc has called the database a great resource for the city and the state, but she said she had to take the database with her to her inauguration in 2017 to get all the information.
LeBlances website, www.
CatherineLeaf.com, has more than 2,000 pictures of her in the lobby of the State House, and her family is on the list.
“I know that my name has been on the Cedarleaf database for many years, and that I am proud of the way that I have used this unique resource,” LeBlanchres statement read.
The Library of Congress, the state library and the Louisiana State Police also are participating in the CedarForest project.
The Library of the Congress said that the database has helped its members with the information they need to be prepared for emergencies.