Measurements were taken today at the slurry and it was found to be approximately 381 feet deep and 372 feet in diameter. DEQ test results from water samples taken Saturday, 8/4, show diesel and oil on the surface of the slurry. Additional samples were taken today and results will be available and posted when available – which should be in 3-5 days. There will be a public meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, August 7, 2012 @ 6:30PM at the St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church Hall in Pierre Part, LA. Parish and State officials will be there to address the public on the current status of the bubbling and slurry. For more info, call Assumption OEP at 985-369-7386 . The information that has been and will be posted on this blog is information officially released by the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness and the Assumption Parish Police Jury. If you have any trouble accessing this blog, point of contact is Erin Watson, Grants Coordinator/Econ Dev Director of the Assumption Parish Police Jury, 985-772-1745 or email@example.com. Any and all questions or information requests regarding the bubbling, slurry, or state of emergency in the Grand Bayou/Bayou Corne area MUST still be directed to the OEP at 985-369-7386.