DALLAS - A Baton Rouge-based entertainment company wants to reopen a flooded amusement park in New Orleans with proceeds from $100 million of tax-exempt Gulf Opportunity Zone bonds.

Southern Star Amusement Inc. said it would use the bond proceeds to repair and restore buildings and park rides damaged when Six Flags New Orleans was flooded by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The park has not reopened since the hurricane.

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