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1. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Central Community Schools Meeting Minutes School Board Meeting 05/13/2019 06:00 PM Central Administrative Office 10510 Joor Road, Suite 300 Central, LA 70818 Voting Members Roxanne Atkinson, President Dr. G. David Walker, Vice President Willard Easley, Board Member Ruby Foil, Board Member Dr. James Gardner, Board Member Dr. Keith Holmes, Board Member 1. Call to Order Chairperson Roxanne Atkinson called to order the Regular School Board Meeting of the Central Community School Board on Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Central Administrative Office at 6:00 P.M. 2. Prayer Prayer led by Jason Dupuy 3. Pledge 4. Roll Call Tracy Barnes conducted a roll call. The following persons were present: Roxanne Atkinson, Willard Easley, Ruby Foil, James Gardner, Keith Holmes and David Walker. Sharon Browning was absent. A quorum was present. 5. To consider amending the agenda to add an item to the agenda for the board to consider rescheduling the June School Board Meeting. A motion was made by Mr. Easley and seconded by Dr. Gardner for the board to amend the agenda to add agenda item #5a. to consider rescheduling the June School Board Meeting. A roll call vote was taken for the board to amend the agenda to add agenda item #5a. to consider rescheduling the June School Board Meeting and is listed as follows: For: Atkinson, Easley, Foil, Gardner, Holmes, Walker Against: None Abstain: None Absent: Browning There being six (6) votes "For", zero (0) votes "Against", zero (0) votes "Abstain" and one (1) vote "Absent", the motion passed. a. To consider rescheduling the June School Board Meeting from June 10, 2019 to June 17, 2019 and take appropriate action. (Dr. Fountain) A motion was made by Mr. Easley and seconded by Dr. Gardner to approve rescheduling the June School Board Meeting from June 10, 2019 to June 17, 2019. There being no objections, the motion passed. 6. Recognitions Culture Coin winners for the month of April were recognized. Board Members were presented with certificates from LSBA for completing the required training hours in 2018 and are listed as follows: Roxanne Atkinson - Earned 26 hours Sharon Browning - Earned 19.25 hours Willard Easley - Earned 20 hours and also earned Distinguished School Board Member for the four year term commencing January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2018 Ruby Foil - Earned 32.5 hours James Gardner - Earned 37.5 hours Jim Lloyd - Earned 8.75 hours David Walker - Earned 26.25 hours 7. To consider approval of the minutes from the Regular School Board Meeting held on Monday, April 8, 2019 and take appropriate action. A motion was made by Mr. Easley and seconded by Dr. Walker to approve the minutes from the regular school board meeting held on Monday, April 8, 2019. There being no objections, the motion passed. 8. To consider approval of the minutes from the Strategic Planning Session held on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 and take appropriate action. A motion was made by Ms. Foil and seconded by Dr. Gardner to approve the minutes from the Strategic Planning Session held on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. There being no objections, the motion passed. 9. To consider the Superintendent's Recommendation for administrative, instructional and support staff positions and take appropriate action. (Dr. Fountain) A motion was made by Dr. Walker and seconded by Dr. Gardner to approve the retirement of 1)Ms. Andrea Conrad, Family & Consumer Science Teacher, Central High School, effective June 1, 2019; 2)Ms. Cynthia Fitzgerald, Paraprofessional, Central Middle School, effective May 25, 2019; 3)Ms. Louise Jeter, Literacy Coordinator (10-month), Central Middle School, effective June 8, 2019; 4) Mr. Michael Matherne, Gifted & Talented Art Teacher, Central Middle School, effective May 25, 2019; 5)Ms. Susan Matherne, Grade 1 Teacher, Tanglewood Elementary School, effective May 25, 2019; 6)Ms. Elizabeth Norwood, Grade 8 Math/Science Teacher, Central Middle School, effective June 30, 2019; 7)Ms. Katherine Overland, Grade 5 Teacher, Central Intermediate School, effective May 31, 2019; 8)Ms. Patricia Riche, Art Teacher, Tanglewood Elementary School, effective June 15, 2019. There being no objections, the motion passed. 10. To receive a report from the HR/Policies Committee Meeting held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and take appropriate action regarding the following: a. Reclassification of the Literacy Coordinator position A motion was made by Ms. Foil and seconded by Mr. Easley to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the staff's request to reclassify the position of Literacy Coordinator (10-month) to the position of ELA/Social Studies Coordinator (11-month). There being no objections, the motion passed. b. Additional teaching position at Central High School A motion was made by Ms. Foil and seconded by Dr. Walker to approve the committee's recommendation to approve an additional teaching position at Central High School due to the implementation of the Pre-Engineering Program pending approval by the finance committee. There being no objections, the motion passed. c. Additional paraprofessional position A motion was made by Ms. Foil and seconded by Dr. Gardner to approve the committee's recommendation to approve an additional child specific paraprofessional position pending approval by the finance committee. There being no objections the motion passed. 11. To receive a report from the Finance Committee Meeting held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and take appropriate action regarding the following: a. Financial review of the district's health insurance Committee members received a financial review of the district's health insurance program. This was a report only and required no action. b. Funding for a reclassified staff position A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the funding for the reclassified ELA/Social Studies Coordinator position. There being no objections, the motion passed. c. Funding for additional staff positions A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the funding for the addtional teaching position at Central High School due to the implementation of the Pre-Enginerring Program and for the additional child specific paraprofessional position. There being no objections, the motion passed. d. Revised 2018-2019 General Fund Budget A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Revised General Fund Budget for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. e. Revised 2018-2019 Debt Service Budget A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Revised Debt Service Budget for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. f. Revised 2018-2019 Child Nutrition Budget A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Ms. Foil to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Revised Child Nutrition Budget for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. g. Revised 2018-2019 Federal Grants A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Revised Federal Grants for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. h. Revised 2018-2019 STENA State Grant A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Revised STENA State Grant for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. i. Tentative 2019-2020 General Fund Budget A motion was made by Dr. Gardner and seconded by Dr. Walker to approve the committee's recommendation to approve the Tentative General Fund Budget for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year as presented by the staff. There being no objections, the motion passed. 12. To receive a report from the Facilities/ Equipment Committee Meeting held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and take appropriate action regarding the following: a. Update on facilities assessment at Central High School Committee members received an update on facilities assessments at Central High School This was a report only and required no action. b. Permission to advertise and receive bids for HVAC at Central High School A motion was made by Dr. Walker and seconded by Mr. Easley to approve the committee's recommendation to grant the staff permission to advertise and receive bids for HVAC at Central High School. There being no objections, the motion passed. c. Permission to advertise and receive bids for Lawn Care Service A motion was made by Dr. Walker and seconded by Dr. Gardner to approve the committee's recommendation to grant the staff permission to advertise and receive bids for Lawn Care Services. There being no objections, the motion passed. 13. To receive a report from the Student Services Committee Meeting held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and take appropriate action regarding the following: a. Proposed changes to the 2019-2020 Student Handbook A motion was made by Dr. Holmes and seconded by Dr. Walker to approve the committee's recommendation to approve proposed changes to the Student Handbook for the 2019-2020 School Year. There being no objections, the motion passed. 14. To receive a report regarding Assurance of Employment Letters. (Dr. Fountain) Board Members received a report regarding Assurance of Employment Letters. This was a report only and required no action. 15. To receive information on the Strategic Plan for the district. (Dr. Fountain) Board Members received a presentation on the Strategic Plan for the district. This item required no action. 16. Superintendent's Report We held our 6th annual Academic Excellence Banquet last Tuesday. We honored outstanding achievements for GPA, ACT, Advanced Credentials, leadership, WorkKeys, & the Duke Talent Search. We received $85,000 in competitive funds that will be used for curriculum and professional development for math at CIS. We were awarded a continuation grant of the SRCL grant for the 2019-2020 school year. This award is for an additional $105,000. The money will be used for additional professional development for our teachers in ELA. We will have a new curriculum in K-2 ELA for the 2019-2020 school year. This curriculum was selected by a committee of principals and teachers, including CIS. We have completed Dyslexia training for grades 4 and 5. Grades 1, 2, and 3 will finish tomorrow. They have been training for a push-in model to address students with dyslexic tendencies. Our 2nd annual Graduation Walk is scheduled for Monday, May 20th. The Walk will begin at CIS/CMS at 11:30, move to TES at 12:15 and conclude at BHE at 1:00. Graduation will be held at Southeastern on Tuesday, May 21st at 7:00 P.M. Last day for students will be Wednesday, May 22nd. Last day for employees will be Thursday, May 23rd. We will hold our annual Crawfish Boil that day at the CIS/CMS cafeteria. We will be holding our summer Administrative Retreat on Friday, May 31st. 17. Announcements a. Committee Meetings - Wednesday, May 29th b. Next Regular School Board Meeting - Monday, June 10th 18. To consider a parent's appeal of an expulsion and take appropriate action. A motion was made by Mr. Easley and seconded by Dr. Holmes to approve the board to enter into executive session to consider a parent's appeal of an expulsion. A roll call vote was taken for the board to enter into Executive Session to consider a parent's appeal of an expulsion and is as follows: For: Atkinson, Easley, Foil, Gardner, Holmes, Walker Against: None Abstain: None Absent: Browning There being six (6) votes "For", zero (0) votes "Against", zero (0) votes "Abstain" and one (1) vote "Absent", the motion passed. A motion was made by Dr. Walker and seconded by Dr. Holmes for the board to come out of Executive Session to consider a parent's appeal of an expulsion. A roll call vote was taken for the board to come out of Executive Session to consider a parent's appeal of an expulsion and is as follows: For: Atkinson, Easley, Foil, Gardner, Holmes, Walker Against: None Abstain: None Absent: Browning There being six (6) votes "For", zero (0) votes "Against", zero (0) votes "Abstain" and one (1) vote "Absent", the motion passed. A motion was made by Dr. Holmes and seconded by Ms. Foil to uphold the decision of the superintendent's designee. There being no objections, the motion passed. 19. Adjourn A motion was made by Mr. Easley and seconded by Dr. Gardner to adjourn the meeting. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 358406-jun 20-1t
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2. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Central Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Kristenwood Meeting Facility, 14025 Greenwell Springs Rd, Central, LA 70739 to consider the following item(s): EOP-5-19 Exchange of Property between Tract 1-A-4 and Tract 1-A-1 of the J.H. Bennett Property into Tracts 1-A-4-1- and 1-A-1-A. This property is located on the east side of Joor Road between McCullough Road to the north and Denham Road to the east in Section 19, T5S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting an exchange of property between two properties zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District. (Applicant: Laney Bennett) EOP-6-19 Exchange of Property between Tract D of the J.B. Johnson Property and an unnamed tract of the R.S. Smith Property into Tracts D-1 and D-2. This property is located on the west side of Greenwell Springs Road between Rolling Oaks Avenue to the north and Wax Road to the south in Sections 62 and 63, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting an exchange of property between two properties zoned (R-1) Single Family Residential One and (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District. (Applicant: Jonathan Sumich) EOP-7-19 Exchange of Property between Tract B-2 and Tract C-1 of the Haney Guy Mondrate Estate into Tracts B-2-A- and C-1-A. This property is located on the west side of Greenwell Springs Road between Magnolia Bridge Road to the north and Magnolia Bend Road to the south in Section 37, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting an exchange of property between two properties zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District. (Applicant: Huey & Sonya Clement) SS-7-19 Subdivision of Tracts A-1-A-2-A and A-1-A-2-B-2 of the George H. and Zelica B. Chanove Property into Tracts A-1-A-2-A-1, A-1-A-2-B-2-B & A-1-A-2-B-2-A. This property is located on the south side of Chanove Avenue of between Bayonne Drive to the east and Frenchtown Road to the west in Section 43, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide two lots zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District into three lots for residential land use. (Applicant: Michael Pizzolato) SS-9-19 Subdivision of Lot 2-B of the Carl Richard Property into Lots 2-B-1 & 2-B-2. This property is located on the west side of Devall Road between Denham Road to the north and Wood Creek Drive to the South in Section 43, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide one lot zoned (R-1) Single Family One Zoning District into two lots for residential land use and dedicate a private servitude of access. The applicant is seeking a waiver of Section 7:13.6.9.c of the Development Code which requires a 22 foot wide concrete roadway within a 30 foot wide private servitude of access in order to utilize an existing 12 foot wide limestone driveway (Applicant: Carl Richard) SS-10-19 Subdivision of Tract 2-B-1 of the originally the Emile LaSage, Jr. Tract into Tracts 2-B-1-A & 2-B-1-B. This property is located on the north side of Frenchtown Road between Central Thruway to the east and Richardson Drive to the west in Section 43, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide one lot zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District into two lots for residential land use with a waiver request of Section 7:13.6.9.d of the Development Code which requires a 20 foot wide roadway within a 30 foot wide private servitude of access. The applicant is proposing a 12 foot wide roadway. (Applicant: Cynthia P. Adams) Waiver Request of Section 7:14.3 of the Development Code. This property is located at 15909 Joor Road which is north of Solitude Lane and south of Greenwell Springs-Port Hudson Road. The applicant is seeking a waiver of Section 7:14.3 of the Development Code which requires a connection to public sanitary sewer for properties located within 500 feet of a public sanitary sewer trunk line. (Applicant: Andrew and Molly DeJean). PUD-2-19 Planned Unit Development Preliminary Plan: Newcastle Estates. This property is located on the south side of Denham Road between White Oak Run Drive to the east and Proche Lane to the west on Lot 12-B-2-A and a portion of Lot 13-E-1 of the Richard Odom Property in Section 48, T6S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. This applicant is requesting conditional use and preliminary plan approval for a proposed residential subdivision consisting of 55 lots. The applicant is also seeking a waiver of Section 3.3.A.(1) Bulk Regulations of the Comprehensive Zoning Code which requires a minimum of 125 ft. of frontage for lots in the requested (R-1) Single Family Residential One Zoning District. (Applicant: Carl Newlin) RZ-4-19 Rezoning from (R/A) Rural/Agricultural District to (B-2) Neighborhood Business District and Conditional Use Approval of gasoline pumps on Lot 42-A of the Pinewood Acres Subdivision. This property is located at 14447 Denham Road between E. Beaver Drive to the east and Pinewood Drive to the west. The applicant is requesting a rezoning and conditional use approval for the installation of gasoline pumps for an existing convenience store. (Applicant: Joseph C. Romero.) 357385-jun 13-20-27-3t
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3. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Central Board of Adjustments will hold a public hearing on June 27, 2019 at 5:00 pm at the Kristenwood Meeting Facility, 14025 Greenwell Springs Rd., Central, LA 70739 to consider the following item(s): BOA-10-19 This property is located 13542 Bogwood Avenue, which is found on the south side of Bogwood Avenue between Woodlett Drive to the east and Woods Edge Drive to the west. The applicant requests the Board of Adjustment to grant variances to Section 4.3(B)2 and Section 4.3(B)3 Minimum Rear Yard and Side Yard Setbacks of the Comprehensive Zoning Code for one lot in the (R-2) Single-Family Residential Two Zoning District. The applicant is seeking a reduction in the rear yard requirement from 30 feet to 8.5 feet and a reduction in the side yard requirement from 7.5 feet to 2 feet. (Applicant: Brian Gremillion) BOA-11-19 This property is located 9142 Jerry Avenue, which is found on the south side of Jerry Avenue between Watson Drive to the east and Holmes Drive to the west. The applicant requests the Board of Adjustment to grant a variance to Section 19.2.5 Maximum Accessory Dwelling Unit Square Footage of the Comprehensive Zoning Code for one lot in the (R-1) Single-Family Residential One Zoning District. The maximum livable space allowed for an ADU is 1,000 square feet. The applicant is requesting a variance for the existing, 1,152 square foot primary structure which will become an ADU once a building permit for a new residence for this site is approved.(Applicant: Norma C. Nesom) 357388-jun 13-20-27-3t
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4. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - A Public Hearing regarding the proposed Acquisition of Maison Insurance Company by FedNat Holding Company to be held on: Monday, July 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Louisiana Department of Insurance, Poydras Hearing Room, 1st Floor, 1702 North Third Street, Baton Rouge, LA. James J. Donelon Commissioner of Insurance Louisiana Department of Insurance 357911-jun 18-19-20-3t
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5. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Notice is hereby given that the Financial Services Division of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) is applying for approval of the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program FY19/20 Intended Use Plan (IUP) and FY19 Project Priority List (PPL) from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Copies of the IUP which include the PPL are available at www.deq.louisiana. gov/cwsrf or by contacting the department at cwsrf@la.gov LDEQ will hold a public hearing on Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 2:00 PM to hear public comment about the IUP and PPL. The public hearing will be held at the Galvez Building, 602 North 5th Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 in Room 519. 357805-jun 20-1t
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6. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - ZACHARY COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2019 The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Watkins at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 3755 Church Street, Zachary, Louisiana. Invocation was led by Mrs. Westmoreland. Board Members in Attendance: Mrs. Watkins, Mr. Owen, Mr. Hughes, Mrs. Kimmell, Mrs. Vessel, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Westmoreland, Mr. Mackie, Mr. Dayton Board Members Absent: None Accepting Bids for Stadium Scoreboard Bids were opened on Thursday, June 6, 2019. Mr. Carville of BCB Architects, LLC reported that two bids were received. Watchfire submitted a bid of $850,000. Digital LED Sign Company submitted a bid of $599,387. Mr. Owen made a motion to accept the bid from Digital LED Sign Company. Mr. Hughes second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None Accepting Bids for Stadium Lighting Project The objective and specification requirements set for the stadium lighting project were explained by Mr. Devillier stating that a sports lighting engineer was consulted regarding the specifications. Mr. Carville reviewed the bidding timeline requirements for the product only/no labor bid. The two bids received were from Geo Sports Lighting Systems, LLC and Musco Sports Lighting, LLC. Geo Sports Lighting Systems, LLC submitted the lowest bid however, their bid did not meet the required specifications. A recommendation was made to reject the low bid. The process to reject the lowest bid was reviewed. Mrs. Young made a motion to reject the low bid. Mr. Dayton second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None Mr. Carville will notify Geo Surfaces Lighting Systems, LLC of the bid rejection by letter. A meeting will be scheduled to discuss plans to move forward with the project. Declaring 504 Bus as Surplus Property Mrs. Kimmell made a motion to declare the District's 504 bus as surplus property. Mrs. Westmoreland second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None Discussion of State Pay Raises and 1.347 MFP Increase - State mandated pay raises will be added to the 2019-2020 salary schedule. The State has increased the MFP allocation by 1.357 percent. Approval of the updated salary schedule will be requested at the next board meeting. Discussion of 2019-20 Pupil Progression Plan There are no changes from 2018-19 Pupil Progression Plan. The board will vote to adopt the plan at the board meeting on June 18, 2019. Discussion of Superintendent Evaluation and Contract Mr. Devillier requested to go into Executive Session for this discussion. Mrs. Williams was invited by the board to participate in the session. A motion was made by Mrs. Westmoreland go into Executive Session. Mr. Owen second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None A motion was made by Mrs. Young to adjourn the Executive Session. Mr. Hughes second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None A motion was made by Mr. Dayton to adjourn the Committee of the Whole. Mrs. Westmoreland second the motion. VOTE: 9 YEAS 0 NAYS ABSENT: None Ann Watkins, Board President Scott Devillier, Superintendent 358709-jun 20-1t
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7. 6/19/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - A Public Hearing regarding the proposed Acquisition of Maison Insurance Company by FedNat Holding Company to be held on: Monday, July 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Louisiana Department of Insurance, Poydras Hearing Room, 1st Floor, 1702 North Third Street, Baton Rouge, LA. James J. Donelon Commissioner of Insurance Louisiana Department of Insurance 357911-jun 18-19-20-3t
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8. 6/18/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - A Public Hearing regarding the proposed Acquisition of Maison Insurance Company by FedNat Holding Company to be held on: Monday, July 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Louisiana Department of Insurance, Poydras Hearing Room, 1st Floor, 1702 North Third Street, Baton Rouge, LA. James J. Donelon Commissioner of Insurance Louisiana Department of Insurance 357911-jun 18-19-20-3t
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9. 6/17/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING In compliance with LA 39:1307, the City of Baker School Board will hold a public hearing prior to the consideration of adopting the 2019 - 2020 General Fund and Special Revenue Funds Budgets. The public hearing will be held in conjunction with the regular scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the board room of the City of Baker School Board Office 14750 Plank Road, Baker, LA. The budget will be available for public inspection beginning Monday, June 17, 2019 through Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at the City of Baker School Board Office. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations during this meeting should notify Deborah Dedeaux, Administrative Assistant, at least three working days prior to the meeting at (225) 778-2362. 357632-jun 17-1t
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10. 6/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 2297 Port Hudson-Pride Road Engineering Consultant 357371-jun 13-14-15-3t
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11. 6/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 7063 Lakecrest Drive - Exceptional Threads LLC online retail 357373-jun 13-14-15-3t
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12. 6/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 1932 Westchester Ave. - Online Retail 357375-jun 13-14-15-3t
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13. 6/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on June 28, 2019, at 8:00 A.M. in the Clerk of Court's office, Room #179 of the Governmental Building, 222 St. Louis Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for the proposed budget of the East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, and for the proposed amended budget for the year ending June 30, 2019. The proposed budget and proposed amended budget will be available in the Clerk of Court's office for inspection Monday through Friday between 7:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. 357767-jun 15-1t
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14. 6/14/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE The EBRP Housing Authority's FY2020 annual PHA Plan update is available for review and comment. The plan is located on our website at www.ebrpha.org and upon request at 4731 North Blvd., BR, LA. A public hearing will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at the above stated address. 354494-may 31-jun 14-jul 5-3t
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15. 6/14/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 2297 Port Hudson-Pride Road Engineering Consultant 357371-jun 13-14-15-3t
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16. 6/14/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 7063 Lakecrest Drive - Exceptional Threads LLC online retail 357373-jun 13-14-15-3t
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17. 6/14/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Public Hearings will be held at Zachary City Hall 4700 Main St. during a regular meeting of the City Council meeting - Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 6:30 PM for the purpose indicated: Conditional Use - Home Based Business - 1932 Westchester Ave. - Online Retail 357375-jun 13-14-15-3t
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18. 6/14/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality announces the following date for the meeting of the Louisiana Motor Fuels Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund Advisory Board: Tuesday, June 20, 2019 1:00 P.M. The meeting will be conducted in the Galvez Building, 602 North Fifth Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802, in the Oliver Pollock Room (#C-111). Questions regarding the meeting can be directed to Ms. Melissa Vizinat, Environmental Project Coordinator, at (225) 219-1821. 357417-jun 14-1t
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