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Parish &

City Officials
Parish President
Michael S. Yenni
Parish Council
Cynthia Lee-Sheng,
Chairwoman
Dist. 1: Ricky J. Templet
Dist. 2: Paul D. Johnston
Dist. 3: Mark D. Spears, Jr.
Dist. 4: E. Ben Zahn, III
Dist. 5: Jennifer Van
Vracken
Council At Large
Div. A: Christopher L.
Roberts
Div. B: Cynthia Lee-Sheng
Sheriff
Newell D. Normand
District Attorney
Paul Connick, Jr.
Assessor
Chairman: Thomas J.
Capella
Coroner
Gerry Cvitanovich, M.D.
Registrar of Voters
Dennis DiMarco
Parish Clerk
Eula Lopez
Clerk of Court
Jon Gegenheimer
School Board
President: Mark Jacobs
Vice President: Mark
Morgan
Dist. 1: Mark Morgan
Dist. 2: Etta Licciardi
Dist. 3: Ray St. Pierre
Dist. 4: Pat Tovrea
Dist. 5: Cedric Floyd
Dist. 6: Larry Dale
Dist. 7: Mark Jacobs
Dist. 8: Mike Delesdernier
Dist. 9: Sandy DenapolisBosarge

JEFFERSON PARISH LEGALS


Superintendent
James Meza, Jr.
24th Judicial District
Div. A: Raymond S. Steib,
Jr.
Div. B: Cornelius E. Regan
Div. C: June Berry Darensburg
Div. D: Scott U. Schlegel
Div. E: John J. Molaison, Jr.
Div. F: Michael P. Mentz
Div. G: E. Adrian Adams
Div. H: Glenn B. Ansardi
Div. I: Nancy A. Miller
Div. J: Stephen C. Grefer
Div. K: Ellen Shirer
Kovach
Div. L: Donald A. Rowan,
Jr.
Div. M: Henry G. Sullivan, Jr.
Div. N: Stephen D. Enright,
Jr.
Div. O: Danyelle M. Taylor
Div. P: Lee V. Faulker, Jr.
Criminal Court Commissioners:
Patricia M. Joyce & Paul
Schneider
Domestic Court Commissioners:
Ruben J. Bailey & Patricia
M. Joyce
Domestic Hearing Officers:
Carol K. Accardo, Karl M.
Hansen, Jr., Paul S. Fiasconaro & W. Paul Weidig
First Parish Court
Judge, Division A: Rebecca
M. Olivier
Judge, Division B: Johnny
Lee
Traffic Hearing Officer
changes monthly
Second Parish Court
Div. A: Roy M. Cascio
Div. B: Raylyn R. Beevers
Constables
1st Justice Court: Jonathan
Liberto
2nd Justice Court: Wayne
Nocito

3rd Justice Court: Albert T.


Creppel
4th Justice Court: Leon F.
Bradberry, Sr.
5th Justice Court:
Raymond Waguespack
6th Justice Court: Joe
Bourgeois
7th Justice Court: James
Cooper
8th Justice Court: Charles
L. Wilson
Justice of the Peace
Dist. 1: Vernon J. Wilty, III
Dist. 2: Patrick H. DeJean
Dist. 3: Charles R. Kerner
Dist. 4: Leon Bradberry, Jr.
Dist. 5: Charles V. Cusimano, II
Dist. 6: Kevin Centanni
Dist. 7: Eugene Fitchne
Dist. 8: Roscoe W. Lewis
Juvenile Court
Section A: Ann Murry
Keller
Section B: Andrea Price
Janzen
Section C: Barron C.
Burmaster
Grand Isle Independent
Levee District
David Camardelle, President/ Director
Robert Santiti, Vice
President
Kelly Besson, Secretary/
Treasurer
Southeast Louisiana
Floor Protection Authority - East
President: Tim Doody
Vice President: Stephen V.
Estopinal
Secretary: Louis Witte
Treasurer: Wilton P. Tilly,
III
Commissioners: Jefferon
M. Jeff Angers, Lambert
J. Joe Hassinger, Jr.,
G. Paul Kemp, Richard
A. Luettich, Jr., Kelly J.
McHugh
Regional Director: Robert
Turner, Jr.




MINUTES
Gretna, Louisiana
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
The Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, met in regular
session on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at ten (10:00) oclock a.m. in the Council
Chambers, General Government Building, Gretna, Louisiana.
Ms. Cynthia Lee-Sheng, Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council presided,
called the meeting to order. A moment of silence was called for Ms. Margaret
Baird, Citizens for Good Government Official and Mr. Bobby Verret, Gretna
Police Officer. Eula A. Lopez recited a prayer. Mr. Francois Ancar lead everyone
in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.
The Chairman then requested the Parish Clerk to call the roll. The following
members were present: Cynthia Lee-Sheng, Chairwoman, and Councilmembers:
Ricky Templet, Paul D. Johnston, Mark Spears, Christopher Roberts, Ben Zahn,
and Jennifer Van Vrancken.
The following members were absent: None
Michael S. Yenni, Parish President; Keith Conley, Chief Operating Officer;,
Michael J. Power Parish Attorney; Directors of the following Departments:
Ms. Terri Wilkinson, Director Planning; Timothy Palmatier, Finance; Kazem
Alikhani, Public Works; Alan Gandolfi, Research Director; Tiffany Wilken,
Legal Analysis Director; Deon Green, Legal Analysis Director; Sonny
Burmaster, Chief of Staff; and Eula A. Lopez, Parish Clerk.
The following members were absent: None
The Chairman called upon the Honorable Michael S. Yenni, Parish President to
address the Council at this time.
The next item of business was adoption of the consent agenda.
It was on motion of Mr. Roberts and seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that the
Consent Agenda be adopted except items
Vote on the adoption of the foregoing motion resulted as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24373 of an ordinance amending Section 17-20 of the Code
regarding support of the prison medical unit is deferred to April 6, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS:
7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day March 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24339 of an ordinance amending Chapter 4 of the Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances to provide for the regulation and sales of alcoholic
beverages is deferred to April 6, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS:
7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day March 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered present it was moved, that the reading of the minutes of the Jefferson
Parish Council Meeting of Wednesday, March 2, 2016 be dispensed with and
said minutes be approved and adopted as recorded in the Official Journal of the
Parish of Jefferson and the Official Minute book of the Jefferson Parish Council
of corrections of publication as follows.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, March 2, 2016
Published In:
The Advocate, March 9, 2016
Under Resolution 126660, under section 2 the account number was incorrect.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126666
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit Nos. 24423596, 24423900,
24425640, 24425910, 24425923, 24426038, 25864208, 25864587, 25855052,
25856791, 25866313, 25858422, and (0) Officer/Manager Permits: are hereby
approved.
SECTION 2. That the Sheriff, Ex-Officio Tax Collector for the Parish of
Jefferson be and is hereby authorized to issue proper licenses to cover the herein

Southeast Louisiana
Floor Protection Authority - West
President: Susan Maclay
Vice President: Mark
Morgan
Secretary/ Treasurer: Paul
Dauphin
Commissioners: Michael
Merritt, Gernado Viers,
Joannes Westerink, Jim
Wilkinson
Greater New Orleans
Expressway Commission
Chairman: Lawrence Katz
Vice Chairman: Lawrence
Rase
Secretary: Peter Eagan
Treasurer: Steve Romig
Asst. Secretary/ Treasurer:
Michael Lorino
General Manager: Carlton
Dufrechou
GRAND ISLE
Mayor
David Camardelle
Council Members
Ray Santiny
J.E. Jay Lafont
Clifford Dixie Santiny
Stephen Scooter Reswener
Leoda Bladsacker
Chief of Police
Enris DuBois
GRETNA
Mayor
Belinda Cambre Constant
Council Members
Dist. at Large: Wayne A.
Ran
Dist. 1: Milton L. Crosby
Dist. 2: Joseph A. Marino
III
Dist 3: Mark K. Miller
Dist 4: Jackie J. Berthelot
Chief of Police
Arthur S. Lawson, Jr.

HARAHAN
Mayor:
Tina Miceli
Council Members
Timothy Baudier
Susan Benton
Dana Huete
Craig Johnston
Carrie Wheeler
Chief of Police
Tim Walker
Justice of the Peace
Kevin J. Centanni
JEAN LAFITTE
Mayor:
Timothy P. Kerner
Council Members
Barry Barthomey
Shirley Guillie
Chirsty N. Creppel
Calvin LeBeau
Verna Smith
Chief of Police
Marcell Rodriguez
KENNER
Acting Mayor
Michael G. Sigur
Council Members
At-Large: Maria C.
DeFrancesch, Division A
At-Large: Keith A. Conley,
Division B
District 1: Gregory W.
Carroll
District 2: Michael G.
Mike Sigur
District 3: Keith M.
Reynaud
District 4: Leonard J. Cline
District 5: Dominick F.
Impastato, III

Council Members
Dist. 1: Hon. Glenn Green,
Sr.
Dist 2: Hon. Johnny S.
Nobles, Jr.
Dist 3: Hon. Norman J.
Fonseca
Dist. 4: Hon. Garrison J.
Toups, Sr.
Dist 5: Hon. Larry J.
Warino, Sr.
Chief of Police
Hon. Dwaye J. Munch, Sr.
JEDCO
Chairman: Paul Rivera
Vice Chairman: Mark
Madderra
Treasurer: Bruce Layburn
Secretary: Mario Bazile

Jimmy Baum
David Colvin
Tina Dandry-Mayes
Bruce Dantin
Joe Ewell (Past Chairman)
Jim Garvey (Past Chairman)
Roy Gattuso
Greg Jordan (Past Chairman)
Steve LaChute
Joe Liss
Dr. Vinicio Madrigal (Past
Chairman)
Lynda Nugent-Smith (Past
Chairwoman)
Mayra Pineda
Bill Peperone
Mike Rongey
Stan Salathe (Past Chairman)

Chief of Police
Michael J. Glaser
WESTWEGO
Mayor
Hon. John I. Shaddinger, Jr.

approved applications within the time prescribed by law.


The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO.126667
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That the Applicants, who have been issued the following
Application Numbers, be and are hereby authorized to be issued Certificates of
Qualification for Alcoholic Beverage Outlets:
V# 66899, 79299
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126668
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for the construction
of the new River Ridge Library in accordance with the Plans and Specifications
prepared by Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Sizeler Thompson Brown
Architects to perform architectural services to provide plans and specifications
for the construction of the new River Ridge Library.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department of the Jefferson Parish Finance
Department, be and is hereby authorized, to advertise for sealed bids for the
construction of the new River Ridge Library in accordance with the Plans and
Specifications as prepared by Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements as are provided in
regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures be included in the advertisement,
the Bid Proposal Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with the construction of the new River
Ridge Library will be charged to the following Librarys Capital and Operating
Account Numbers:
1.) 44780-4016-7454 (47831.006)
2.) Future Jefferson Parish Library Department project/account numbers as
assigned.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve all
documents necessary to implement the resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126669
A resolution authorizing the Department of Purchasing to advertise and accept
sealed bids for a two (2) year waterline point repair contract, the term of which
shall be June 1, 2016, to May 31, 2018, for emergency repairs on the Parishs
water distribution system, in accordance with plans and specifications prepared
by the Jefferson Parish Department of Water (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, it is necessary to have contractors support immediately available
to perform emergency point repairs on the Parishs water distribution system;
and,
WHEREAS, activation and use of this contract will only be authorized in the
event that the repairs would require equipment, resources, and manpower to
supplement the Departments in-house maintenance / repair division.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Department of Purchasing is hereby authorized to
advertise and accept sealed bids for a two (2) year waterline point repair
contract, the term of which shall be June 1, 2016, to May 31, 2018, for emergency
repairs on the Parishs water distribution system, in accordance with plans and
specifications prepared by the Jefferson Parish Department of Water.
SECTION 2. That in advertising and accepting sealed bids, all the usual
requirements as are provided in normal Jefferson Parish advertising procedures
be included in the advertisement, the bid proposal form, and specifications for
this contract.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this contract shall be charged to Account No.
53010-3900-7433.8.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and approve all documents necessary to give full force and
effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

Directory of
Parish & City
Officials
JEFFERSON PARISH
COURTHOUSE
West Bank Office
200 Derbigby St.
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 736-6000
East Bank Offices
Joseph S. Yenni Bldg.
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Harahan, LA 70123
(504) 736-6000
JEFFERSON PARISH
SHERIFFS OFFICE
1233 Westbank
Expressway
Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 363-5500
JEFFERSON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
501 Manhattan Blvd.
Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 349-7600
CLERK OF COURT
P.O. Box 10
Gretna, LA 70054
(504) 364-2900
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
(504) 736-6390
WEST JEFFERSON
LEVEE DISTRICT
7001 River Road
P.O. Box 608
Marrero, LA 70072
(504) 340-0318
EAST JEFFERSON
LEVEE DISTRICT
203 Plauche Court
Harahan, LA 70123
(504) 733-0087

GREATER
NEW ORLEANS
EXPRESSWAY
COMMISSIONS
P.O. Box 7656
Metairie, LA 70010
(504) 835-3188
TOWN OF GRAND ISLE
170 Ludwig Lane
P.O. Box 200
Grand Isle, LA 70358
(985) 835-3118
GRAND ISLE POLICE
DEPARTMENT
170 Ludwig Lane
P.O. Box 880
Grand Isle, LA 70358
(504) 787-2204
GRAND ISLE
INDEPENDENT LEVEE
DISTRICT
P.O. Box 757
Grand Isle, LA 70358
(985) 787-3196
CITY OF GRETNA
Huey P. Long Avenue &
2nd Street
P.O. Box 404
Gretna, LA 70054-0404
(504) 366-4374

JEAN LAFITTE
POLICE DEPARTMENT
2654 Jean Lafitte Blvd.
Route 1, Box 1
Lafitte, LA 70067
(504) 689-3132
CITY OF KENNER
1801 Williams Blvd.
Kenner, LA 70062
(504) 468-7200
KENNER POLICE
DEPARTMENT
500 Veterans Blvd.
Kenner, LA 70062
(504) 712-2200
CITY OF WESTWEGO
419 Avenue A
Westwego, LA 70094
(504) 341-3424
WESTWEGO POLICE
DEPARTMENT
417 Avenue A
Westwego, LA 70094
(504) 341-5428
JEDCO
700 Churchill Parkway
Avondale, LA 70094
Phone/ Fax: (504) 875-3916

GRETNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
200 5th Street
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 366-4374
CITY OF HARAHAN
6437 Jefferson Hwy.
Harahan, LA 70123
(504) 737-6383
HARAHAN POLICE
DEPARTMENT
6441 Jefferson Hwy.
Harahan, LA 70123
(504) 737-9763
TOWN OF JEAN
LAFITTE
2654 Jean Lafitte Blvd.
Lafitte, LA 70067
(504) 689-2208

as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126670
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for a two year
contract for point repair of sewer service laterals, gravity, and force mains
at scattered locations in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, for the Department of
Sewerage. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the contract 55-14461, for a two year contract for point repair of
sewer service laterals, gravity, and force mains at scattered locations expires
August 5, 2016; and
WHEREAS, this is a request to advertise a two year contract for point repair
of service laterals, gravity, and force mains at scattered locations in Jefferson
Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department is hereby
authorized to advertise for sealed bids for a two year contract for point repair
of sewer service laterals, gravity, and force mains at scattered locations in
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
SECTION 2. That in advertising all the usual requirements as are provided in
regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures be included in the advertisement,
the Bid Proposal Form, and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That the cost for this advertisement be charged to Sewer Capital
Improvements Program Account No. 44940-4023-7540(49404.003).
SECTION 4. That the costs associated with this contract be charged to Sewer
Capital Improvements Program Account No. 44940-4023-7454(49404.003).
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairwoman or in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126671
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Louisiana Landscape
Specialty, Proposal No. 50-00115412, for landscaping services for the Jefferson
Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire Department Headquarters for a two (2) year
contract. Expenditures shall not exceed $16,000.00 for the two (2) year contract
period and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more than
10% without amendment to the contract authorized by Council resolution.
(Council Districts 2, 3, 4, and 5)
WHEREAS, bids were received under Proposal No. 50-00115412 for
landscaping services for the Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire
Department Headquarters for a two (2) year contract.
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was submitted by Louisiana Landscape
Specialty in the amount of $15,093.00;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Louisiana Landscape Specialty
under Proposal No. 50-00115412 for landscaping services for Jefferson Parish
East Bank Consolidated Fire Department Headquarters for a two (2) year
contract be accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Division of the Department of Finance be and
is hereby authorized to issue purchase orders and/or contracts in accordance
with the terms of the bid proposal and this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the term of this contract shall commence upon the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. Expenditures shall not exceed $16,000.00 for the two (2) year
contract period and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor
of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by Council
Resolution. Expenditures when incurred will be paid from account number
22100-2921-7331
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairwoman or in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126672
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Carlo Ditta, Inc., bid under
Bid No. 50-115382, to provide a two year supply of Portland cement ready mix
concrete, self-hauled and delivered to locations on the Eastbank of Jefferson
Parish, for the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works Streets and all

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Jefferson Parish agencies and municipalities. Expenditures shall not exceed


$500,000.00 for the two year period and compensation shall not exceed this
amount by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, expenditures under the current two year contract (55-14171)
covering the period of (3/27/14-3/26/16), Proposal No. 50-108653 with Carlo
Ditta, Inc., are $194,933.50 thru 2/15/16.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Carlo Ditta, Inc., bid under
Bid No. 50-115382, to provide a two year supply of Portland cement ready mix
concrete, self-hauled and delivered to locations on the Eastbank of Jefferson
Parish, for the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works Streets, and all
Jefferson Parish agencies and municipalities, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the term of this contract shall commence on March 27, 2016
and shall terminate at midnight of the date immediately preceding the second
anniversary date thereafter.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Carlo
Ditta, Inc.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7224.3 Concrete, of the User Department. The contract cap shall be set at
$500,000.00 for the two year period and compensation shall not exceed this
amount by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126673
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Delta Chemical Corporation,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-115353 for a two (2) year contract for a supply of
Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl) in small bulk deliveries, for the Department of
Sewerage at the bid tabulation price of $70,000.00. Maximum expenditures for
this contract shall not exceed $70,000.00 for the two (2) years, by a factor of not
more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of
the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on January 28, 2016; and
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $64,533.60 for the current
contract with Poolsure, for the period from April 5, 2014 to February 15, 2016;
and
WHEREAS, the current contract expires on April 4, 2016.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Delta Chemical Corporation
under Bid Proposal No. 50-115353 for a two (2) year contract for a supply of
Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl) in small bulk deliveries, for the Department of
Sewerage at the bid tabulation price of $70,000.00, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the term of this contract shall commence upon April 5, 2016.
SECTION 3. That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
53000-385x-xxx-7221.4 of the Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 4. That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $70,000.00 for
the two (2) years, by a factor of not more than 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126674
A resolution rejecting all bids received for Bid No. 50-115089 and readvertisement of a replacement bid for installation of eight (8) new automated
gate openers for the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works Streets
Department. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, it has been determined that it is in the best interest of Jefferson
Parish to reject the only responsive bid of Petron, LLC received for Bid No.
50-115089, and;
WHEREAS, seven bids were non-responsive and Petron, LLC being the only
responsive bid is considerably over budget, and;
WHEREAS, the Purchasing Department shall re-advertise for installation of
eight (8) new automated gate openers for the Jefferson Parish Department of
Public Works Streets Department.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That all bids received for Bid No. 50-115089 for installation of
eight (8) new automated gate openers for the Jefferson Parish Department of
Public Works Streets Department, are hereby rejected.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department is authorized to re-advertise for
bids for installation of eight (8) new automated gate openers for the Jefferson
Parish Department of Public Works Streets Department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 126675
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bids, under Bid Proposal No. 50115455 and setting contract caps as follows: Courtesy Ford for item nos. 0002,
0006-0007, and 0018 for a contract cap of $1,000,000.00; Crescent Ford Truck
Sales, Inc., for item nos. 0012-0013, 0017, 0020-0021, 0023-0024 and 0027-0028
for a contract cap of $3,000,000.00; Courtesy Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for
item nos. 0004, 0009-0010, 0019, and 0025 for a contract cap of $2,000,000.00;
Lamarque Ford, Inc. for item nos. 0001, 0003, 0008, 0011, 0014-0016, 0026,
and 0029 for a contract cap of $2,000,000.00; and Premier Automotive Products
LLC for item nos. 0005, for a contract cap of $500,000.00, and requesting that
item nos. 0022 be deleted, and item 0030 be awarded to all vendors, for an annual
contract for the supply of model year 2016 light duty vehicles for the Department
of Central Garage. (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, bids were received under Bid No. 50-00115455; and,
WHEREAS, bids have been reviewed and will be awarded among various
vendors responding as the lowest responsive and responsible bidders for various
line items.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Central Garage of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the following lowest responsible bids, under Bid Proposal
No. 50-00115455 and setting contract caps as follows: Courtesy Ford for item
nos. 0002, 0006-0007, and 0018 for a contract cap of $1,000,000.00; Crescent
Ford Truck Sales, Inc., for item nos. 0012-0013, 0017, 0020-0021, 0023-0024,
and 0027-0028 for a contract cap of $3,000,000.00; Courtesy Chrysler Dodge
Jeep Ram for item nos. 0004, 0009-0010, 0019, and 0025 for a contract cap
of $2,000,000.00; Lamarque Ford, Inc. for item nos. 0001, 0003, 0008, 0011,
0014-0016, 0026, and 0029 for a contract cap of $2,000,000.00; and Premier
Automotive Products LLC for item nos. 0005, for a contract cap of $500,000.00,
and requesting that item nos. 0022 be deleted, and item 0030 be awarded to
all vendors, for an annual contract for the supply of model year 2016 light duty
vehicles, for the Department of Central Garage, be and are hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or, in his
absence, the Vice Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign a contract with
the above mentioned bidders, which contract shall include the bid proposal
and specifications for said contract for the supply of model year 2016 light
duty vehicles---Department of Central Garage (ALL DEPARTMENTSNOT
TO EXCEED THE LINE ITEM BUDGETED) as part of the contract order
documents. The term of this contract shall commence on the adoption date of
this resolution.
SECTION 3: That all vehicles must have the approval as per the Fleet
Management Procedures for approval, before a purchase order can be issued by
the Purchasing Department.
SECTION 4: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized
to issue contracts for said equipment in accordance with the terms of the bid
proposal and this resolution.
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requesting department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of
March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126676
A resolution rejecting all bids received on February 18, 2016 for a two (2) year
contract for office supplies under Proposal No. 50-00115393. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, various bid responses were received under this bid proposal which
contained a core list of office supplies frequently used Parishwide; and,
WHEREAS, upon evaluation of bids, expenditures related to the previous
contract and additional items procured under the state office supplies contract,
rejection of all bids is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to effectively
acquire office supplies at this time by using the state office supplies contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That all the bids received on February 18, 2016 under Proposal No.
50-00115393 for a two (2) year contract for office supplies, are hereby rejected.
SECTION 2. That all Jefferson Parish departments will utilize the state contract
for office supplies as authorized by Section 2-906 of the Jefferson Parish Code
of Ordinances.
SECTION 3. That the Purchasing Department is authorized to issued purchase
orders for requested office supplies using the appropriate line item in the various
departments budgets.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126677
A resolution granting Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract with Advanced
Quality Construction under Proposal No. 50-111753 for labor, materials and
equipment required for Morton and Ingrid Lift Station Upgrades, SCIP Project
No. D5718, for an addition of Seventy-Five (75) calendar days, and decrease in
the cost of the contract by $74,569.83 from $946,177.92 to $871,608.09 (Council
District No. 4).
WHEREAS, the council has contracted the services of Advanced Quality
Construction in connection with labor, materials and equipment required for
Morton and Ingrid Lift Station Upgrades, SCIP Project No. D5718; and
WHEREAS, the construction notice to proceed was issued for May 4, 2015, with
a substantial completion date of October 1, 2015, and a final completion date of
October 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, due to the unforeseen site condition additional seventy five (75)
calendar days of construction is required to be added to this contract; and
WHEREAS, the new substantial completion date will now be December 15,
2015 and final completion will be January 15, 2016; and
WHEREAS, construction is now complete and this equalizing change order 1
(final) for a reduction of $74,569.83, with the contract amount to be reduced from
$946,177.92 to $871,608.09 is hence required; and
WHEREAS, that the total of Change Order No. 1 is a decrease of 7.88% relative
to the original contract cost; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has engaged the services of Principal Engineering, Inc.;
and
WHEREAS, the Engineer recommends approval of Change Order No. 1 (Final).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify and approve
the execution of Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract with Advanced
Quality Construction under Proposal No. 50-111753, SCIP Project No. D5718 for
an increase of Seventy-Five (75) calendar days and a decrease in the contract by
$74,569.83 from $946,177.92 to $871,608.09 Instrument No.11514282, M.O.B.
4647, Folio 271.
SECTION 2.
That the funds for the cost of this project are available
from the Department of Sewerage Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7454
(49412.009), Contract No. 55-15085.
SECTION 3.
That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council
or in her absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and
approve all documents necessary to implement the resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126678
A resolution granting Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract with BLD
Services, LLC under Proposal No. 50-112597 for labor, materials and equipment
required for Improvements to Sewer Lift Station on Cooper & Wilbur Drives,
SCIP Project No. C3561, for a decrease in the cost of the contract by $35,470.60
from $712,776.50 to $677,305.90 and to add 18 calendar days thereby establishing
a new completion date of February 27, 2016 (Council District No. 1).
WHEREAS, the council has contracted the services of BLD Services, LLC in
connection with labor, materials and equipment required for Improvements to
Sewer Lift Station on Cooper & Wilbur Drives, SCIP Project No. C3561; and
WHEREAS, the construction notice to proceed was issued for July 13, 2015,
with a substantial completion date of January 11, 2016, and a final completion
date of February 9, 2016; and
WHEREAS, due to field conditions additional 18 calendar days is required to be
added to this contract thereby establishing a new final construction completion
date of February 27, 2016; and
WHEREAS, construction is now complete and an equalizing final Change
Order 1 for a reduction of $35,470.60, with the contract amount to be reduced
from $712,776.50 to $677,305.90 is hence required; and
WHEREAS, ratification of Change Order No. 1 will lead to a net decrease of
4.97% relative to the original contract cost; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has engaged the services of Hartman Engineering Inc;
and
WHEREAS, the Engineer recommends approval of this Change Order No. 1
(Final).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify and approve
the execution of Change Order No. 1(Final) to the contract with BLD Services,
LLC under Proposal No. 50-112597, SCIP Project No. C3561 for a reduction
of $35,470.60, with the contract amount to be reduced from $712,776.50 to
$677,305.90, adding 18 calendar days and establish a new final completion date
of February 27, 2016. Instrument No. 11528159, MOB 4656, Folio 833.
SECTION 2. That the funds for the cost of this project are available from the
Department of Sewerage Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7454(49412.013),
Contract No. 55-15074.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve all
documents necessary to implement the resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126679
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract
with Fleming Construction Co, LLC for a deduction of $399,011.00 to the
contract amount, which contract, dated July 7, 2015, covers Maplewood Drive/
Pailet Street drainage improvements, Public Works Project No. 2009-063-DR,
contract No. 55-0015150, Proposal No. 50-00112110. Work associated with this
change order is partially complete and within the original scope of the project.
(Council District 2 and 3)
WHEREAS, it is necessary to amend proposed improvements to 7th Street
between Gardere Canal and Redwood Dr, as based upon existing Jefferson
Parish as-built information, plans detailed existing subsurface drainage pipe as
45 oval culvert (36 diameter round pipe equivalent) to be improved to 62 x
102 arch pipe (84 diameter round pipe equivalent); when construction started
it was discovered existing pipe was 54 x 88 arch pipe (72 diameter round pipe
equivalent); therefore the removal and replacement of the existing subsurface

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drainage pipe was deemed unnecessary by the Engineering and Drainage


Departments, which resulted in a deduction to the contract in the amount of
$697,011.00; and
WHEREAS, due to the unforeseen depth of several sewer house connections,
it was determined by the Engineering Department to be in the best interest of
Jefferson Parish to perform additional exploratory excavations of sewer house
connections throughout the project limits to ensure that required sewer line
installations with associated new house connections would not conflict with new
drainage facility installations, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the
amount of $78,000.00; and
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen depth of several sewer house connections as
determined by exploratory excavations, it was determined by the Engineering
Department to be in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to add additional new
8 sewer main to avoid conflict with new drainage facility installations, which
resulted in an increase to the contract in the amount of $220,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No 1 amounts to a decrease of
$399,011.00 and represents a 3.90%decrease to the original contract amount
which decreases the contract amount from $10,221,545.53 to $9,822,534.53.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize and
approve Change Order No 1 to the contract with Fleming Construction Co, LLC
for a deduction of $399,011.00 to the contract amount, which contract, dated July
7, 2015, covers Maplewood Drive/Pailet Street drainage improvements, Public
Works Project No. 2009-063-DR, contract No. 55-0015150, Proposal No. 5000112110., which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of
Jefferson M.O.B. 4657, Page 272, Instrument No. 11528728.
SECTION 2. That the cost associated with Change Order No. 1 shall be charged
to Account line 21410-1240-281-7454 (14123.001).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126680
A resolution granting final completion to Advanced Quality Construction for
their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated April 8, 2015,
for Morton and Ingrid Lift Station Upgrades, Proposal No. 50-111753 SCIP
Project No. D5718; (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, there is a construction contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
Advanced Quality Construction dated April 8, 2015, authorized by Resolution
No. 124319 for Morton and Ingrid Lift Station Upgrades; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1(Final) which is expected to be ratified during
March 16, 2016 council meeting decreases the contract amount by $74,569.83
and adds 75 calendar days to this contract; and
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Principal Engineering, Inc.
to perform the engineering services for the project and Principal Engineering,
Inc. recommends final completion of the contract; and
WHEREAS, the value of the completed contract after ratification of Change
Order 1(Final) is of the amount $871,608.09.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Advanced Quality Construction, is hereby granted effective
upon adoption of this resolution, final completion for their contract under
Proposal No. 50-111753 for Morton and Ingrid Lift Station Upgrades, SCIP
Project No. D5718, which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and
for the Parish of Jefferson. Instrument No. 11514282, M.O.B. 4647, FOLIO 271.
SECTION 2. That Change Order No. 1 (Final) decreasing the contract amount
by $74,569.83 from $946,177.92 to $871,608.09 is expected to be ratified during
March 16, 2016 council meeting and hence not yet been recorded.
SECTION 3. That the said Advanced Quality Construction, be and is hereby
authorized to file a copy of this resolution with the said Clerk of Court as
evidence of the acceptance of completion of said contract, and in order that the
45 days lien and privilege period may begin from the date of filing thereof with
the said Clerk of Court.
SECTION 4. That at the expiration of the 45 days, the said Advanced Quality
Construction shall furnish the Department of Sewerage of Jefferson Parish
with a clear lien and privilege certificate from the Clerk of Court and upon
presentation of said certificate, the Department of Sewerage will prepare the
necessary documents to authorize payment of retainage on said certificate.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126681
A resolution granting final completion to BLD Services, LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated February 27, 2016,
for Improvements to Sewer Lift Station on Cooper & Wilbur, Proposal No. 50112597, SCIP Project No. C3561; (Council District 1).
WHEREAS, there is a construction contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
BLD Services, LLC dated July 2, 2015, authorized by Resolution No. 124981 for
Improvements to Sewer Lift Station on Cooper & Wilbur; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 (final) reducing the contract amount from
$712,776.50 to $677,305.90 a deduct of $35,470.60 and adding 18 calendar days
thereby establishing a new final completion date of February 27, 2016 is expected
to be ratified by the council during March 16, 2016 council meeting; and
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Hartman Engineering Inc.
to perform the engineering services for the project and Hartman Engineering
Inc. recommends final acceptance of the contract; and
WHEREAS, the value of the completed project after ratification of Change
Order 1 (Final) is of the amount $677,305.90.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That BLD Services, LLC. is hereby granted effective upon adoption
of this resolution, substantial completion for their contract under Proposal No.
50-112597 for Improvements to Sewer Lift Station on Cooper & Wilbur, SCIP
Project No. C3561, which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for
the Parish of Jefferson. (INSTRUMENT NO. 11528159, M.O.B. 4656, FOLIO
833)
SECTION 2. Change Order 1 (final) decreasing the contract amount by
$35,470.60 from $712,776.50 to $677,305.90 and adding 18 calendar days thereby
establishing a new final completion date of February 27, 2016 is expected to be
ratified during March 16, 2016 council meeting.
. SECTION 3. The total value of the contract after ratification of Change Order
1 will be $677,305.90 which is a decrease of 4.97% over the original contract
amount of $712,776.50.
SECTION 4. That the said BLD Services, LLC. be and is hereby authorized
to file a copy of this resolution with the said Clerk of Court as evidence of the
acceptance of completion of said contract, and in order that the 45 days lien and
privilege period may begin from the date of filing thereof with the said Clerk
of Court.
SECTION 5. That at the expiration of the 45 days, the said BLD Services, LLC
shall furnish the Department of Sewerage of Jefferson Parish with a clear lien
and privilege certificate from the Clerk of Court and upon presentation of said
certificate, the Department of Sewerage will prepare the necessary documents
to authorize payment of retainage on said certificate.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126682
A resolution changing the polling place location for Precincts 17-K in Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana. (Council District No. 4)
WHEREAS, the polling place for Jefferson Parish Precinct 17-K was moved to
the Woodward Gym from Christ King Lutheran Church after the church site
had been identified as not meeting current accessibility standards under the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); and
WHEREAS, Christ the King Church has agreed to make the necessary
improvements to ensure that its facilities are fully compliant with the ADA
requirements;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:

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SECTION 1. That the polling place location for Precinct 17-K, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana is hereby changed as follows:
FROM: Woodward Gym
2001 34th Street
Kenner, Louisiana 70065
TO:Christ King Lutheran Church
1001 West Esplanade Avenue
Kenner, Louisiana 70065
SECTION 2. That the Registrar of Voters and all interested parties be notified of
these polling place changes.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126683
A resolution granting permission to New Orleans Disc Golf Club, represented
by Mr. Joe Burback, 104 Gaudin Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70056, to conduct
an Annual New Orleans Doubles Championships Disc Golf Tournament, on
Saturday, August 6, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., at Lafreniere Park;
to allow the sale of novelties and t-shirts in conformance with Parish and Park
guidelines and agreements and provided that all necessary permits have been
obtained from the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Department of
Inspection and Code Enforcement, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, and the
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office to conduct such an event; that all requirements
and regulations of said departments and Lafreniere Park are met.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. . That permission be and is hereby granted to New Orleans Disc
Golf Club, represented by Joe Burback, 104 Gaudin Street, Gretna, Louisiana
70056, to conduct an Annual New Orleans Doubles Championships Disc Golf
Tournament on Saturday, August 6, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at
Lafreniere Park; and to allow the sale of novelties and t-shirts in conformance
with Parish and Park guidelines and agreements.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department,
and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office to conduct such a tournament and that
all indemnifications and insurance requirements set forth by the Jefferson Parish
Director of the Department of Loss Control and all federal, state and local laws,
ordinances and regulations are met; and that all requirements and regulations of
said departments and Lafreniere Park are met.
SECTION III. That all proceeds from said tournament will go to upgrading
Lafreniere Parks Disc Golf Course.
SECTION IV. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to New
Orleans Disc Golf Club, c/o Joe Burback, 104 Gaudin Street, Gretna, Louisiana
70056, and all departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126684
A resolution granting permission to St. Philip Neri School, 6600 Kawanee
Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, to conduct a school fair on Friday, April 29,
2016, from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., and Saturday, April 30, 2016, from 2:00
p.m. until 11:00 p.m., and that its fair can extend to Sunday, May 1, 2016, as a
rain out date, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and to allow the sale of beverages,
food, beer, alcoholic beverages and crafts; and to allow the erection of tents,
canopies and booths; and to allow live music outdoors (provided that the Parish
noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on Friday, April 29, 2016, and on
Saturday, April 30, 2016, until 11:00 p.m. or until 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, May
1, 2016 (rain out date), if necessary, in connection therewith, provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and
Code Enforcement, the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Fire Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and from the State of
Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such a fair and that
all requirements and regulations of said departments are met; and waiving
all Jefferson Parish taxes. Permission is also granted to allow to erect of four
(4) temporary sign not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot at the following locations
provided that the placement of all signs are approved by the Jefferson Parish
Traffic Engineering Division and that none of the said signs cause any sight
obstructions for motorists: one in front of the church/school parking lot or public
right-of-way on the south side of Kawanee Avenue, another on the parish right
of way on Veterans Blvd. near Archbishop Chapelle High School, a third on the
parish right of way on Power Blvd. near Kawanee Avenue and a fourth on the
parish right of way on Transcontinental Drive between Kawanee Avenue and
Meadowdale Street (near St. Ann School) to advertise said fair from April 16,
2016 May 2, 2016. All signs must be removed by 7:00 p.m. May 2, 2016.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission be and is hereby granted to St. Philip Neri School,
6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, to conduct a school fair on
Friday, April 29, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., and Saturday, April 30,
2016, from 2:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., and that its fair can extend to Sunday, May
1, 2016, as a rain out date, from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., and; to allow the sale
of beverages, food, beer, alcoholic beverages and crafts; and to allow the erection
of tents, canopies and booths; and to allow live music outdoors (provided that the
Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on Friday, April 29, 2016, and on
Saturday, April 30, 2016, until 11:00 p.m. or until 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 1,
2016 (rain out date), if necessary, in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such a fair and that all requirements and
regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION III. That permission is also granted to erect of four (4) temporary sign
not to exceed 4-foot by 8 at the following locations provided that the placement
of all signs are approved by the Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division
and that none of said signs cause any sight obstructions for motorists: one in
front of the church/school parking lot or public right-of-way on the south side of
Kawanee Avenue, another on the parish right of way on Veterans Boulevad near
Archbishop Chapelle High School; a third on the parish right of way on Power
Boulevard near Kawanee Avenue, and a fourth on the parish right of way on
Transcontinental Drive between Kawanee Avenue and Meadowdale Street (near
St. Ann School) to advertise said fair from April 16, 2016 - May 2, 2016. All
signs must be removed by 7:00 p.m. on May 2, 2016.
SECTION IV. That it is understood that all proceeds will go to St. Philip Neri
Church/School and that no compensation will be paid to anyone for services
rendered in connection with said fair.
SECTION V. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Jill
Rabalais, 4813 Craig Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003; St. Philip Neri
School, 6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003 and all departments
in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126685
A resolution ratifying the appointment to the Old Metairie Commission of Ms.
Susan H. Price, resident of the OMNCD, by the Parish President in accordance
with Article X Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation District (OMNCD) and
to provide for related matters. (Council District No. 5)
WHEREAS, Section 40-170 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances provides
for appointments of residents of the Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation
District to the Old Metairie Commission (OMC) for a term of four years, with a
maximum of two consecutive terms; and
WHEREAS, Ms. Carey Hammett was appointed to the OMC per Resolution No.
121217, adopted on the 26th day of June, 2013 and wishes to vacate her position;
and
WHEREAS, Section 40-170 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances provides
that upon vacancy of a term, the Parish President shall appoint a member to fill
the remaining term; and
WHEREAS, it is the intention of the Jefferson Parish President that Ms. Susan
H. Price be appointed to the OMC to replace Ms. Carey Hammett for the
remainder of her term.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the


governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council hereby ratifies the
appointment of Ms. Susan H. Price to the Old Metairie Commission, starting on
March 17, 2016 and ending on June 26, 2017.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Ms. Susan H. Price at 333
Stella Street, Metairie, LA 70005.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the day 16th day of March,
2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126686
A resolution granting permission to Immaculate Conception Parish, represented
by Dolores Modenbach, to hold a Community Procession on Saturday Friday,
March 25, 2016, starting at 6:30 PM and ending at 8:00 PM; provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs,
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department, and the Health Department; and that
all requirements and regulations of said departments are complied with; and
waiving all taxes; granting permission for the Parish to block streets needed for
the procession as approved by the Jefferson parish Citizens Affairs Department
and the Jefferson Parish Sherriffs office, on Saturday March 25, 2016; and
otherwise providing with respect thereto.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Immaculate Conception
Parish, represented by Dolores Modenbach, to hold a Community Procession
on Saturday Friday, March 25, 2016, starting at 6:30 PM and ending at 8:00 PM;
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department
of Citizens Affairs, Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department, and the Health
Department; and that all requirements and regulations of said departments are
complied with; and waiving all taxes; granting permission for the Parish to block
streets needed for the procession as approved by the Jefferson parish Citizens
Affairs Department and the Jefferson Parish Sherriffs office, on Saturday
March 25, 2016; and otherwise providing with respect thereto
SECTION II. The Route Shall be approved by both the Citizens Affairs Office
and the Jefferson Parish Sherriffs office.
SECTION III. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Dolores Modenbach,
Immaculate Conception Parish, 4401 Seventh Street, Marrero, Louisiana
70072, to the Department of Citizens Affairs; to the Health Department; to the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department; and to the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126687
A resolution granting permission to the Jefferson Chamber, represented by Mr.
Todd P. Murphy, Facilities Director, to hold the Jefferson Chamber Annual
Gala to benefit the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, at 5800 Airline Drive,
Metairie, LA, on Friday, March 11, 2016, from 7:30 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. to
serve food, beverages, beer and liquor (Beer and alcohol will be brought on
the premises on 3/10/16 and picked up on 3/11/16); and to have live music (must
end by 11:00PM.); provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from
the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, the
Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control to conduct such an event, and that all requirements and regulations of
said departments are complied with; and waiving all taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to the Jefferson Chamber,
represented by Mr. Todd P. Murphy, Facilities Director, to hold the Jefferson
Chamber Annual Gala to benefit the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, at 5800
Airline Drive, Metairie, LA, on Friday, March 11, 2016, from 7:30 p.m. until
11:00 p.m. to serve food, beverages, beer and liquor (Beer and alcohol will
be brought on the premises on 3/10/16 and picked up on 3/11/16); and to have
live music (must end by 11:00PM.); provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office, the Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event, and that all requirements
and regulations of said departments are complied with; and waiving all taxes.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Mr. Todd P. Murphy,
3421 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 203, Metairie, LA 70002, the Department of
Citizens Affairs, the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such
an event,
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126688
A resolution granting permission to St. Martins Episcopal School, represented
by Lisa Davis, to hold a Craft Fair on Saturday March 12, 2016; from 9:00 AM
till 4:00 PM at 225 Green Acres Rd, Metairie, Louisiana 70003, to sell food
and beverages, and to erect 15 canopies; provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs; and that all
requirements and regulations of said departments are complied with; and
waiving all taxes; and otherwise providing with respect thereto.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to St. Martins Episcopal
School, represented by Lisa Davis, to hold a Craft Fair on Saturday March 12,
2016; from 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM at 225 Green Acres Rd, Metairie, Louisiana
70003, to sell food and beverages, and to erect 15 canopies; provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs;
and that all requirements and regulations of said departments are complied with;
and waiving all taxes; and otherwise providing with respect thereto.
SECTION II. St. Martins Episcopal School, is hereby granted permission to
place signs advertising their Craft Fair, which is being held at 225 Green Acres
Rd, Metairie, LA 70003, on Saturday March 21, 2015; and at the following sign
locations:
1.) Airline and David Drive
2.) Airline Highway and Saints Drive
3.) Airline Highway and Transcontinental
4.) Airline Highway and Clearview Parkway
5.) Transcontinental and Veterans Boulevard
6.) Clearview Parkway and Veterans Boulevard
7.) Clearview Parkway and West Metairie
8.) Clearview Parkway and West Napoleon
9.) Earhart Boulevard and Hickory Avenue
10.) David Drive and Veterans Boulevard
11.) Bonnabel and Metairie Road
12.) St. Martins Episcopal Church
SECTION III. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or event.
SECTION IV. That permission is hereby granted to erect temporary signs
advertising the Parish Fair for a period of 16 days, starting on February 27, 2016
and ending on March 14, 2016, said signs are to measure no more than four feet
wide by eight feet in length and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each
sign and that signs are to be removed Monday, March 14, 2016.
SECTION V. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Lisa Davis, St. Martins
Episcopal School, 225 Green Acres Rd, Metairie, Louisiana 70003, and to the
Department of Citizens Affairs.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126689
A resolution granting permission to the Krewe of Vulcan, represented by Mr.

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Terrence M. Power, President, to host a Childrens Parade; on Saturday, April 2,


2016 from 11:00 A.M until 12:30 P.M; provided that all necessary permits and
insurances have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs and the
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to the Krewe of Vulcan,
represented by Mr. Terrence M. Power, President, to host a Childrens Parade;
on Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 11:00 A.M until 12:30 P.M; provided that all
necessary permits and insurances have been obtained from the Department of
Citizens Affairs and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department.
SECTION II. That the proposed route shall be approved by both the Department
of Citizens affairs and the Jefferson Parish Sherriffs office.
SECTION III. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Mr. Terrence M.
Power, 280 Hickory Avenue Harahan, LA 70123, the Department of Citizens
Affairs and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department.
.The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126690
A resolution granting permission to the Fore!Kids Foundation, dba Zurich
Classic of New Orleans, represented by Mr. Steve Worthy, President, to have
live music each weekend from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM, erect 3 canopies, 8 tents
41 or larger and 15 tents less than 41 and sell liquor and beer at the Tournament
Players Club, 11001 Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, on April 25 through May 1, 2016,
between the hours of 8:00 AM and 11:00 PM with alcohol on the premises from
April 25th at 10:00 AM until May 1St at 10:00 PM; provided that all permits
have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson
Parish Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage
Control; that all requirements of said departments are met and waiving all
licenses, taxes and fees in connection therewith.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to the Fore!Kids Foundation,
dba Zurich Classic of New Orleans, represented by Mr. Steve Worthy, President,
to have live music each weekend from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM, erect 3 canopies,
8 tents 41 or larger and 15 tents less than 41 and sell liquor and beer at the
Tournament Players Club, 11001 Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, on April 25 through
May 1, 2016, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 11:00 PM with alcohol on the
premises from April 25th at 10:00 AM until May 1st at 10:00 PM;; provided that
all permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic
Beverage Control; that all requirements of said departments are met and waiving
all licenses, taxes and fees in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Fore!Kids Foundation,
Mr. Steve Worthy, President, 11005 Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, Louisiana, 70094,
the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department and
the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126691
A resolution granting permission to the Volunteers of America Greater New
Orleans, represented by Mr. John Sillars, Vice President, to serve beverages,
food, liquor and beer at the Golf Tournament Players Club, 11001 Lapalco
Blvd., Avondale, on Tuesday, March 15, 2016, between the hours of 9:00 AM
and 5:00 PM with alcohol on the premises; provided that all permits have been
obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire
Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control; that
all requirements of said departments are met and waiving all licenses, taxes and
fees in connection therewith.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to the Volunteers of America
Greater New Orleans, represented by Mr. John Sillars, Vice President, to serve
beverages, food, liquor and beer at the Golf Tournament Players Club, 11001
Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, on Tuesday, March 15, 2016, between the hours of 9:00
AM and 5:00 PM with alcohol on the premises; provided that all permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control;
that all requirements of said departments are met and waiving all licenses, taxes
and fees in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Volunteers of
America Greater New Orleans, represented by Mr. John Sillars, Vice President,
4152 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119, the Department of Citizens
Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of
Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126692
A resolution appointing Ms. Teresa Lawrence as Commissioner J to the Jefferson
Parish Economic Development and Port District (JEDCO), representing the
Womens Business Enterprise Council South.
WHEREAS, under Section 2-875.9 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Commissioner J on the JEDCO Board of Commissioners is to be selected by
the Council from three nominations made by the Womens Business Enterprise
Council South.; and,
WHEREAS, the Womens Business Enterprise Council South has forwarded
three nominations for Commissioner J to the Council.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Ms. Teresa Lawrence is hereby appointed Commissioner J to
the Board of Commissioners of the Jefferson Parish Economic Development and
Port District (JEDCO) representing the Womens Business Enterprise Council
South, and whose term shall end December 31, 2020.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Ms. Teresa Lawrence, 2709
Land A Road, Suite 100, Metairie, Louisiana 70001, and to Mr. Jerry Bologna,
Jefferson Parish Economic Development and Port District, 700 Churchill
Parkway, Avondale, LA 70094.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126693
A resolution appointing Mr. Mickal Adler as Commissioner C to the Jefferson
Parish Economic Development and Port District (JEDCO), representing the
Jefferson Business Council.
WHEREAS, under Section 2-875.9 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Commissioner C on the JEDCO Board of Commissioners is to be selected by the
Council from three nominations made by the Jefferson Business Council.; and,
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Business Council has forwarded three nominations
for Commissioner C to the Council.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Mr. Mickal Adler is hereby appointed Commissioner C to
the Board of Commissioners of the Jefferson Parish Economic Development and
Port District (JEDCO) representing the Jefferson Business Council, and whose
term shall end December 31, 2020.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Mr. Mickal Adler, 202
Rosewood Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70005 and to Mr. Jerry Bologna, Jefferson
Parish Economic Development and Port District, 700 Churchill Parkway,
Avondale, LA 70094.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

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On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126694
A resolution appointing Ms. Victoria Panepinto Currault to the Historical
Commission, representing Jefferson Parish Council at-Large, Division B,
replacing Hon. Belinda Constant.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Ms. Victoria Panepinto Currault, 155 Rosewood Drive,
Metairie, Louisiana 70005 is hereby appointed to the Historical Commission
representing Jefferson Parish Council at-Large, Division B, replacing Hon.
Belinda Constant.
SECTION 2. That the Council hereby thanks the Hon. Belinda Constant for her
service on the Historical Commission.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Ms. Victoria Panepinto
Currault and the Chairman of the Historical Commission.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24433 of an ordinance to reclassify Lot 26, Square B, Woodmere
Subdivision from R-1A to R-3 is hereby denied.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24434 of an ordinance to reclassify Lot 11-B, Ames Farms
Subdivision from R-1A to C-2 and the Future Land Use map change from LMR
to HIC is deferred to April 6, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day March 2016.

On the motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24435 ORDINANCE NO. 25108
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. CPZ-36-15 approving requested
variances to the sign regulations of the CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
for the Shell Gas Station located at 2698 Barataria Boulevard on a lot designated
as part of Lot E-21, Ames Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, in
the area bounded by Barataria Boulevard, Ames Boulevard, Caillou Drive
and Bastina Drive as shown on a survey prepared by Dufrene Surveying and
Engineering Inc., dated September 29, 2015. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, LHJ Property, LLC., represented by Howard C. Green, is the owner
of part of Lot E-21, Ames Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, which
was acquired by Act before Anne W. Schneider, Notary Public, on August 11,
1993, and is registered in COB 3034, Folio 151, Instrument 1003390, Parish of
Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, LHJ Property, LLC., represented by Howard C. Green has
petitioned to develop said lot in accordance with the development drawings
identified as Sketch #15-0841, Brothers Foodmart, prepared by Pro Signs and
Graphics/C. A. Wethern, Jr., P.E. dated 8/31/15; and
WHEREAS, LHJ Property, LLC., represented by Howard C. Green has
petitioned for variances to the area of a detached sign and to the required
distance between an Electronic Variable Message (EVM) sign and a residential
zoning district; and
WHEREAS, LHJ Property, LLC., represented by Howard C. Green has agreed
to title restrict the usage of part of Lot E-21, Ames Farms Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, in favor of the Parish of Jefferson solely for the purposes set
forth in the reviewed and approved site plan drawing; and
WHEREAS, said property is designated on the Official Zoning Map of Jefferson
Parish as being located in the C-1/CPZ, pursuant to the requirements of Article
XIX Neighborhood Commercial District C-1 and Article XXVI Commercial
Parkway Overlay Zone of Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, and which said map forms part of said chapter; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of the Parish of Jefferson has caused to be
duly advertised, as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the
development of said property; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board in
accordance with law.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY
ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the request submitted under Docket No. CPZ-36-15 for
variances to the sign regulations of the CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
for the Shell Gas Station located at 2698 Barataria Boulevard on a lot designated
as part of Lot E-21, Ames Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
as shown on a survey prepared by Dufrene Surveying and Engineering Inc.,
dated September 29, 2015, in the area bounded by Barataria Boulevard, Ames
Boulevard, Caillou Drive and Bastina Drive, in accordance with the development
drawing identified as Sketch #15-0841, Brothers Foodmart, prepared by Pro
Signs and Graphics/C. A. Wethern, Jr., P.E. dated 8/31/15 is hereby approved.
SECTION II. That the usage of said lot designated as part of Lot E-21, Ames
Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana is title restricted in favor of the
Parish of Jefferson solely for the purposes as set forth in site plan drawings
listed herein: Sketch #15-0841, Brothers Foodmart, prepared by Pro Signs and
Graphics/C. A. Wethern, Jr., P.E. dated 8/31/15, pursuant to the requirements of
Sec. 40-482 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
SECTION III. That the Parish of Jefferson has not examined or reviewed the
title of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions
placed on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not
imply (1) that the applicants or owners title or ownership is valid, (2) that there
are or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or
(3) that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable or are not enforceable.
SECTION IV. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, or in
his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered and directed
to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to give full
force and effect to this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT:
None
The ordinance was declared adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016 and shall
become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten (10)
days after adoption; thereafter, upon the signature by the Parish President, or, if
not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time for ordinances to
be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President, as
provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.

On the motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24436 ORDINANCE NO. 25109
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. MUC-6-16 approving a requested
variance to the sign regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor District (MUCD)
for Manhattan Plaza Shopping Center located at 1600 Westbank Expwy., on
Lots 43-A-1, 43-A-2 and 43-B-1, Mayronne Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana in the area bounded by Manhattan Blvd., Apache Dr., and Beechwood
Dr., as shown on a survey prepared by BFM Corp. dated 6-1-99, revised 7-10-02.
(Council District 3)
WHEREAS, All State Financial Co. is the owner of Lots 43-A-1, 43-A-2 and
43-B-1, Mayronne Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, which was
acquired by Act before Bernard H. Berins, Notary Public, on 6-26-89, and is
registered in COB 2905, Folio 43, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, All State Financial Co. has petitioned to increase the area of
an existing detached sign in accordance with the sign drawings identified as
Manhattan Plaza Party City prepared by Signworx dated 1-14-16; and
WHEREAS, said property is designated on the Official Zoning Map of Jefferson
Parish as being located in the MUCD, pursuant to the requirements of Article
XXV of Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, and
which said map forms part of said chapter; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of the Parish of Jefferson has caused to be
duly advertised, as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the
development of said property; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board in

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NOW, THEREFORE, THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY
ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the request submitted under Docket No. MUC-6-16 for a
variance to the sign regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor District (MUCD)
for Manhattan Plaza Shopping Center located at 1600 Westbank Expwy., on
Lots 43-A-1, 43-A-2 and 43-B-1, Mayronne Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana as shown on a survey prepared by BFM Corp. dated 6-1-99, revised
7-10-02, in the area bounded by Manhattan Blvd., Apache Dr., and Beechwood
Dr. in accordance with the sign drawings identified as Manhattan Plaza Party
City, prepared by Signworx dated 1-14-16 is hereby approved.
SECTION II. That the Parish of Jefferson has not examined or reviewed the title
of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions placed
on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not imply
(1) that the applicants or owners title or ownership is valid, (2) that there are
or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or (3)
that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable or are not enforceable.
SECTION III. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, or in
his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered and directed
to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to give full
force and effect to this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT:
None
The ordinance was declared adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016, and shall
become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten (10)
days after adoption; thereafter, upon the signature by the Parish President, or, if
not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time for ordinances to
be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President, as
provided in Section 2.07b of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24437 ORDINANCE NO. 25110
An ordinance under Docket No. FL-1-16 amending the Special Permitted Use
(SPU) approved under Docket No. FL-4-13 (Ord. 24596) by replacing existing
tanks and adding new tanks for the processing, refining, or bulk storage of
flammable and combustible liquids, as defined by the National Fire Protection
Association Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code for the Cornerstone
Chemical Companys Fortier Manufacturing Complex at 10800 River Road,
on Lot 1, Cornerstone Subdivision, bounded by River Road, the Union Pacific
Railroad, South Kenner Avenue, and Fortier Heights, owned by Cornerstone
Chemical Company; which is zoned M-2, Industrial. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Cornerstone Chemical Company wishes to amend the Special
Permitted Use (SPU) for the processing, refining, or bulk storage of flammable
and combustible liquids by replacing existing tanks and adding new tanks on
Lot 1, Cornerstone Subdivision, which is owned by Cornerstone Chemical
Company; and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 24596 (Docket No. FL-4-13) is the previous approval
of an SPU for the Cornerstone Chemical Companys Fortier Manufacturing
Complex; and
WHEREAS, Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Article XXXI, Industrial District, M-2, Section 40-582(31), Permitted Uses and
Article XL Special Permitted Uses, requires that approval be obtained from the
Jefferson Parish Council in accordance with Article XL; and
WHEREAS, in deliberating on the application of Cornerstone Chemical
Companys Fortier Manufacturing Complex, the Council finds that because
of the Cornerstone facilitys unique characteristics and potential impacts on
adjacent land uses, this special permitted use can satisfy the General Criteria
of Sec. 40-762 under appropriate standards and conditions set forth in this
ordinance and on the master site plan; and
WHEREAS, these standards and conditions aim to ensure that the Cornerstone
Chemical Companys Fortier Manufacturing Complex can be appropriately
accommodated on Lot 1, Cornerstone Subdivision; that it will conform to the
Comprehensive Plan; that it can be operated in a manner that is compatible with
the surrounding and nearby land uses and overall character of the community;
and that the public interest, health, safety, and general welfare will be promoted;
and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this parish has caused to be duly advertised
as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with this matter; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with law: NOW, THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the Special Permitted Use (SPU) for the processing, refining,
or bulk storage of flammable and combustible liquids, as defined by the National
Fire Protection Association Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, an
amendment to FL-4-13 for the Cornerstone Chemical Companys Fortier
Manufacturing Complex, is hereby approved subject to the following standards
and conditions.
(1) The existing fire suppression system shall be maintained.
(2) Cornerstone shall take whatever measures are necessary to control odors from
any and all processes, structures, vessels and vehicles, including during truck
loading and unloading operations. These odor control measures shall include
measures described in an odor management plan submitted by Cornerstone.
If at any time during a six month period the Parish or Louisiana Department
of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) confirms six (6) or more odor incidents
attributable to Cornerstone, the company will be required to take actions to
prevent further odors. These actions may include solutions negotiated between
the Parish and Cornerstone. Any actions taken will be at the approval of the
Jefferson Parish Departments of Hazardous Materials, Environmental Affairs
and the applicable fire department(s).
(3) Cornerstone shall notify the Jefferson Parish Departments of Hazardous
Materials, Environmental Affairs and the applicable fire department(s) by email
of any proposed major turnarounds with an annual schedule.
(4) Cornerstone shall continue to maintain and utilize its existing systems for
positive control of electrical hazards (including static) and filling operations at
the location of all truck loading facilities which handle flammable materials.
These systems meet NFPA77 and API RP 2003 standards for controlling hazards
associated with static electricity during loading and unloading operations.
Cornerstone will also maintain safety and operating procedures which require
the use of these systems.
(5) Cornerstone shall continue to maintain and utilize its existing vapor control
systems and control devices at the location of all truck loading stations as per
federal and state regulatory requirements which have been incorporated into
the sites Title V air permit(s) for control of emissions of high vapor pressure
materials and odorous materials loaded at Cornerstone.
SECTION II. That the master site plan for the Cornerstone Chemical Companys
Fortier Manufacturing Complex SPU is hereby approved and accepted, prepared
by Cornerstone Chemical Company, titled Area Layout, dated 10/7/2015, revised
2/2/16.
SECTION IV. That the special permitted uses approved by Ordinance No. 24596
on Lot 1, Cornerstone Subdivision, bounded by River Road, the Union Pacific
Railroad, South Kenner Avenue, and Fortier Heights are hereby incorporated
into the SPU approved herein as the master site plan, and the date of approval
of this ordinance shall be the official date for renewal purposes as provided in
Article XL, Section 40-764 Special Permitted Uses.
SECTION V. That in accordance with Section 40-764, this ordinance is valid
for two (2) years from its effective date and must be renewed biennially,
except that review of the application for renewal shall be done by the Jefferson
Parish Department of Property Maintenance Zoning/Quality of Life, which
shall coordinate review with the Jefferson Parish Departments of Hazardous
Materials and Environmental Affairs and the applicable Fire department(s)
before renewing the permit, and that should said permit be denied, an appeal of
said denial may be made to this Council.
SECTION VI. That the Parish ofJefferson has not examined or reviewed the
title of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions
placed on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not
imply (1) that the applicants or owners title or ownership is valid, (2) that there
are or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or
(3) that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable orare not enforceable.
SECTION VII. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
or in his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to
give full force and effect to this ordinance.
This ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT:
None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 16th day of
March,
2016, and shall become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish
President, ten (10) days after adoption; thereafter, upon the signature by the
Parish President, or, if not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of
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the Parish President, as provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the
Parish President and subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall
become effective on the day of such approval.


On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following


ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24416
ORDINANCE NO. 25111
An ordinance revoking and declaring a portion of K Street right-of-way,
between Lot 24, Square 31, Ponte Vista Subdivision bearing municipal address
2100 Pasadena Avenue and Lot 1, Square 34, Ponte Vista Subdivision bearing
municipal address 2200 Pasadena Avenue, no longer needed for a public purpose
and authorizing and ratifying a sale to the adjacent property owner, Home Store
Properties, LLC and to provide for related matters. (Council District No. 5)
WHEREAS, the Land Use Review Technical Committee has no objection to the
revocation and sale of an approximately 5,160 square foot portion of K Street
adjacent to Lot 24, Square 31, Ponte Vista Subdivision bearing municipal address
2100 Pasadena Avenue and Lot 1, Square 34, Ponte Vista Subdivision bearing
municipal address 2200 Pasadena Avenue, per survey of BFM Professional Land
Surveyors, dated January 20, 2016; and
WHEREAS, Home Store Properties, LLC is the owner of the adjacent properties,
2100 Pasadena Avenue, Metairie, and 2200 Pasadena Avenue, Metairie, and is
interested in purchasing the surplus K Street right-of-way abutting its property;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish acquired said property from Anthony Guiffria and
Guiffria Realty Company, Inc., recorded at COB 89/436; and
WHEREAS, Wayne Sandoz and Associates, Inc. has appraised said property,
which measures approximately 5,160 square feet, as having a value of $11,800.00
or approximately $2.28 per square foot; and
WHEREAS, Home Store Properties, LLC wishes to purchase this portion of the
K Street right-of-way for the appraised value;
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That a portion of the K Street right-of-way, adjacent to Lot 24,
Square 31, Ponte Vista Subdivision to the south and Lot 1, Square 34, Ponte
Vista Subdivision to the north, per survey of BFM Professional Land Surveyors,
is no longer needed for public purposes.
SECTION 2. That the sale price of $11,800.00 to the adjacent property owner is
hereby authorized and ratified, subject to the following: the entire K Street rightof-way will be resubdivided with Lot 1, Square 34, Ponte Vista Subdivision
bearing municipal address 2200 Pasadena Avenue.
SECTION 3. That the proceeds from the sale of the property should be deposited
into Budget Account No. 22200-0000-5851 (sale of fixed assets for Department
of Streets) is hereby authorized.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
is authorized to sign any and all documents required to carry out the provisions
of this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption, thereafter, upon signature by the Parish President or, if
not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time of ordinances to
be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President, as
provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.


On motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance


was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24438 ORDINANCE NO. 25112
An ordinance abolishing the Lafreniere Park Advisory Board by rescinding the
provisions contained in the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2,
Article VI, Division 14, Sections 2-696 through 2-703; and otherwise providing
with respect thereto. (Council District 4)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS THAT:
SECTION 1. That Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 14 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances, Sections 2-696 through 2-703, are hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The ordinance was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows: if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption; thereafter, upon the signature by the Parish President, or,
if not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time for ordinances
to be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President,
as provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance


was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24440 ORDINANCE NO. 25113
An ordinance to amend Section 2-1012 of the Code of Ordinances of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, in order to revise the General Liability Claims Procedure, and
to provide for other related matters. (Parishwide)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That Section 2-1012 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances is
hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 2-1012. - Amount of claim.
(a) Any account, claim, demand or judgment against the parish equal to or in
excess of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) shall not be allowed until it has
been considered and approved by the council.
(b) Any contract for the purchase of insurance or claims administration may
contain appropriate provisions authorizing the insurer or adjuster to settle and
pay claims and demands on behalf of the parish; the resolution authorizing and
approving the contract shall constitute authority for the insurer to settle and pay
claims on behalf of the parish, notwithstanding that said claims may equal or
exceed forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00).
(c) Any account, claim, demand or judgment, excluded from insurance
coverage, and less than forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00), may be allowed
upon the recommendation of the parish attorney, with the concurrence of the
finance director and approval of the parish president. The administration is
further authorized to provide a policy for the concurrence and/or review by the
department director or other administrative personnel whose budget may be
impacted by such settlement or claim.
(a) The Jefferson Parish Council shall be notified of the terms, conditions, and
amount of any proposed settlement within 48 hours after reaching final terms of
any proposed settlement. No funds shall be disbursed less than seven (7) days
after notification to the Parish Council.
SECTION 2. That all ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this proposed
ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION 3. That any and all sections found to be void or in conflict with other
laws be repealed without the repealing of the entire ordinance.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, is authorized to sign and approve this ordinance
to amend Chapter 2, Article VII, Section 2-1012 of the Code of Ordinances
of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, in order to revise the General Liability Claims
Procedure, and to provide for other related matters.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT:
None
The ordinance was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows; if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption, thereafter upon signature by the Parish President, or if
not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time for ordinances
to be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President,
as provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance


was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24441 ORDINANCE NO. 25114
An ordinance amending the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
appropriating and authorizing funds in support of the following departments:
VIDEO POKER (Fund 22020)
Revenues
22020-4460
Appropriate $8,220 $13,220
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Expenditures
22020-2752-7680.194 (20252.000)
5,000
(Shrewsbury Community Foundation)
22020-2754-7911.45230 (20254.000)
8,220
(Professional Services)
HEALTH PREMIUM RETURN (FUND 22060)
Revenues
22060-4460
Appropriate $10,000 $50,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22060-2810-7680.119
10,000
(2nd Justice of the Peace)
22060-2810-7680.195
40,000
(Rickey Jackson & Friends)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-4460
Appropriate
$1,018,013
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22200-3003-7742
18,013
(Machinery and Equipment)
22200-3000-7911.44560 1,000,000
(Trf to Public Works Capital)
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (FUND 22520)
Revenues
22520-4460 Appropriate
$5,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22520-3552-7680.193
5,000
(Kenner Italian Festival)
SECTION 2. That the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
adjusting the revenues and/or expenditures within the following
departments:
STREETS TRAFFIC ENGINEERING (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-0000-5911.44560 $77,000
(Trf fr Public Works Capital)
Expenditures
22200-3005-7431.1
77,000
(Buildings and Structures)
CULTURE AND PARKS (FUND 22540)
Expenditures
22540-255X-7911.39950
(28,000)
(Trf to LCDA 2015)
LCDA SERIES 2009A (FUND 39840)
Revenues
39840-0000-5022.2
($2,072,822)
(Drainage & Sewerage)
Expenditures
39840-5122-7820
(2,072,822)
(Interest)
LCDA REC REF BDS SERIES 2015 (Fund 39950)
Revenues
39950-0000-5911.22540 ($28,000)
(Trf Culture & Parks)
Expenditures
39950-5135-7830
(28,000)
(Service Charges)
LCDA REV REF BONDS SERIES 2016 (FUND 39960)
Revenues
39960-0000-5022.2
$2,075,322
(Drainage & Sewerage)
39960-0000-5924
43,010,000
(Proceeds from Refunding)
39960-0000-5630
7,462,182
(Premium Income)
Expenditures
39960-5136-7930
49,777,459
(Advance Escrow Refunding)
39960-5136-7920
694,723
(Bond Issuance Costs)
39960-5136-7810
720,000
(Principal)
39960-5136-7820
1,352,822
(Interest)
39660-5136-7830
2,500
(Service Charges)
CENTRAL GARAGE (FUND 63500)
Revenues
63500-0000-5313.2
$85,400
(Central Svcs Admin O/H)
Expenditures
63500-3950-7331
85,400
(Professional Services)
SECTION 3. That the Finance Director is authorized to perform such ancillary
transactions as are necessary to give full force and effect to this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS:
7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT:
None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption, thereafter, upon signature by the Parish President or, if
not signed by the Parish President upon expiration of the time for ordinances to
be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President, as
provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance


was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24442 ORDINANCE NO. 25115
An ordinance amending the 2016 Capital Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SECTION 1. That the 2016 Capital Budget is amended by adjusting the revenues
and/or expenditures within the following projects:
ROAD LIGHTING CAPITAL PROJ
Expenditures
Terry Parkway Lighting WB Expwy to Belle Chasse ($830,622)
(Project 45719.007)
Earhart Expressway Hickory to New Orleans
(41,528)
(Project 45716.001)
Belle Chasse Hwy Whitney Canal to Wall Blvd
830,622
(Project 45726.002)
Barataria Blvd Improv 4th St to WB Expwy
41,528
(Project 45720.003)
COUNCIL DISTRICT PROJECTS
Expenditures
Lease Proceeds /Beautification
($20,000)
(Project 45319.004)
DRAINAGE CAPITAL PROGRAM
Revenues
45230-0000-5911.22020 $8,220
(Trf fr Streets)
Expenditures
David Drive Design Enhancements
28,220
(Project 52356.063)
Neighborhood Drainage Imp Tululah
(166,800)
(Project 52356.034)
09 DRAINAGE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
Expenditures
Elise/Camphor $166,800
(Project 53106.001)
CONS GARBAGE CAP PROJECTS
Revenues
45900-4460 Appropriate $60,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
Garbage Dist 6 Future Imps
60,000
(Project 59013.001)
PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL PROJ
Revenues
44560-0000-5911.22200 $1,000,000
(Trf fr Streets)
Expenditures

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Lapalco Bridge Repairs & Upgrades


1,000,000
(Project 45638.007)
Generator Installation @ Traffic Eng
(77,000)
(Project 45602.006)
SECTION 2. That the Finance Director is authorized to perform such ancillary
transactions as are necessary to give full force and effect to this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS:
None
ABSENT:
None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption, thereafter, upon signature by the Parish President or, if
not signed by the Parish President upon expiration of the time for ordinances to
be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President, as
provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126695
A resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session as authorized
by LA RS 46:1073(B) to discuss and/or develop marketing strategies and
strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services District No. 1,
and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 46, Section 1073(B) allows
a hospital service district commission to hold an executive session for the
discussion and development of marketing strategies and strategic plans;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
sitting as the governing authority of Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health
Services District No. 1
SECTION 1. That the Council be and is hereby authorized to go into executive
session as authorized by LA RS 46:1073 (B) to discuss and/or develop marketing
strategies and strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services
District No. 1.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6
NAYS: None
ABSENT: (1) Spears
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On the motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126696
A resolution adding and approving a subcontractor for professional services in
association with the Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement with
Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated July 8, 2015. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there is an Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement
between Jefferson Parish and Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated July 8,
2015, as authorized by Resolution No. 125219 dated June 24, 2015, to provide
professional architectural and engineering services on an as-needed basis for
architectural related projects located throughout the Parish; and
WHEREAS, Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. has been tasked with providing
design and construction administration for the construction of a new Riverside
Senior Center; and
WHEREAS, Southern Earth Sciences, Inc. services are required to provide
geotechnical engineering of the site; and Pivotal Engineering, L.L.C. services
are required to perform the mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering
for the building; and
WHEREAS, it is therefore in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to add
Southern Earth Science, Inc. and Pivotal Engineering, L.L.C. to Linfield,
Hunter & Junius, Inc.s previously submitted list of subcontractors; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional
service provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of
subcontractors involved in each contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Southern Earth Sciences, Inc. and Pivotal Engineering,
L.L.C. be added to the list of subcontractors for professional services in
association with the Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement with
Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated July 8, 2015 to perform geotechnical and
mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) design services respectively.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence, the ViceChairman is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears and Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the
following resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126697
A resolution opposing detrimental actions by the Jefferson Parish School Board
to the operation and efforts of the Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy.
(Council Districts 3 and 4)
WHEREAS, Since its inception Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy
(KDHSA) has been an open enrollment charter school engaged in serving its
community; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA has been offering seats by open enrollment lottery
selection since its inception; and
WHEREAS, until 2013 where it changed to a weighed lottery system at the
request of the Jefferson Parish Public School Board to allow priority selection
to at risk Jefferson Parish students; and
WHEREAS, under such condition the JPPSB agreed to expand Discoverys
Charter to include 9th through 12th Grade; and
WHEREAS, the demand from parents seeking to place their children at KDHSA
has increased every year having to turn away:
100 students in 2013-2014
523 students in 2014-15
673 studentsin 2015-16
1,079 students in 2016-17; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA will serve a 69% at risk population in Jefferson Parish
during the 2016-2017 school year based on lottery numbers; and
WHEREAS, more children will be identified as at risk as they are enrolled in
the school; and
WHEREAS, the number of at risk children served by KDHSA has increased
every year since opening from 60% in 2014-2015 to 66% in 2015-2016 and is
expected to rise to approximately 72% during the 2016-2017 school year; and
WHEREAS, the demographic makeup of the school for the 2016-2017 school
year is as follows:
White 51.8%
African American 25.6%
Hispanic 16.9%
Asian 5.0%
Other 0.7%; and
WHEREAS, there are 133 total applicants for the 2016-2017 9th grade:
50 of those students are currently KDHSA 8th graders and 83 applicants would
be new students at KDHSA;
WHEREAS, KDHSA has a 99% retention rate of faculty and students; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA has created 140 jobs in Jefferson Parish since its
inception; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA performed as a B school in its first year open; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA is now an A school; and
WHEREAS, KDHSA has proven themselves to be a high demand school
offering outstanding learning opportunities for the children of Jefferson Parish;
and
WHEREAS, they have also instilled the importance of community involvement
in their students and families.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council hereby opposes any detrimental
actions by the Jefferson Parish School Board to the operation and efforts of the
Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126698

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Jefferson Parish to the list of Parishes in Louisiana which have been declared
to be major disaster areas; requesting the Louisiana Congressional delegation
to support and endeavor to have Jefferson Parish included in the Presidents
declaration; and otherwise providing with respect thereto.. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, On March 13, 2016, the U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal
disaster assistance has been made available to the State of Louisiana to
supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe
storms and flooding beginning on March 8, 2016, and continuing; and
WHEREAS, The Presidents action in declaring the Louisiana Parishes of
Bossier, Claiborne, Grant, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, and Webster makes
federal funding available in these parishes to state, tribal and eligible local
governments and to certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing
basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged
by severe storms and flooding; in addition to making federal funding available
to affected individuals in these parishes which can include grants for temporary
housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses,
and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the
effects of the disaster and
WHEREAS, due to widespread damage throughout the State from the storm
event beginning on March 8, 2016, the Governor of the State of Louisiana has
declared a statewide emergency affecting all Parishes in his Proclamation No.
30 JBE 2016, as amended; and
WHEREAS, on March 15, 2016, the President of the Grand Isle Independent
Levee District declared a State of Emergency for the Town of Grand Isle to
ensure that the Hurricane Protection Levee in Grand Isle that was heavily
damaged from a strong upper-level storm system that moved through the area
on March 10, 2016, can be quickly and timely protected and repaired prior to the
onset of the upcoming 2016 hurricane season; and
NOW, THEREFFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON
PARISH COUNCIL, acting as governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby requests President Barack Obama to add
Jefferson Parish to the list of Parishes in Louisiana which have been declared to
be major disaster areas due to the one-time and continuing effect on Jefferson
Parish of the severe storms and flooding that began on March 8, 2016; and.
SECTION 2. That this Council hereby requests the Louisiana Congressional
delegation to support efforts to add Jefferson Parish to the list of Parishes in
Louisiana which have been declared to be major disaster areas by the President
of the United States of America, due to the one-time and continuing effect on
Jefferson Parish of the severe storms and flooding that began on March 8, 2016;
and
SECTION 3. That this Council authorizes that certified copies of this resolution
be sent to President Barack Obama, the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania
Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500; to all of the members of the Louisiana
Congressional delegation; and to David J. Camardelle, President of the Grand
Isle Independent Levee District.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126699
A resolution requesting the President of Jefferson Parish to declare a State of
Emergency in Jefferson Parish, and specifically, in Grand Isle, due to damage to
the Hurricane Protection Levee in Grand Isle from the March 10th storm; and
otherwise providing with respect thereto. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, On March 13, 2016, the U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal
disaster assistance has been made available to the State of Louisiana to
supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe
storms and flooding beginning on March 8, 2016, and continuing; and
WHEREAS, the Presidents action in declaring the Louisiana Parishes of
Bossier, Claiborne, Grant, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, and Webster makes
federal funding available in these parishes to state, tribal and eligible local
governments and to certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing
basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged
by severe storms and flooding; in addition to making federal funding available
to affected individuals in these parishes which can include grants for temporary
housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses,
and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the
effects of the disaster and
WHEREAS, this Council has requested the President to add Jefferson Parish to
the list of parishes in Louisiana covered by the major disaster area declaration;
and
WHEREAS, due to widespread damage throughout the State from the storm
event beginning on March 8, 2016, the Governor of the State of Louisiana has
declared a statewide emergency affecting all Parishes in his Proclamation No.
30 JBE 2016, as amended; and
WHEREAS, on March 15, 2016, the President of the Grand Isle Independent
Levee District declared a State of Emergency for the Town of Grand Isle to
ensure that the Hurricane Protection Levee in Grand Isle that was heavily
damaged from a strong upper-level storm system that moved through the area
on March 10, 2016, can be quickly and timely protected and repaired prior to the
onset of the upcoming 2016 hurricane season; and
NOW, THEREFFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON
PARISH COUNCIL, acting as governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby requests the President of Jefferson Parish
to declare a State of Emergency in Jefferson Parish, and specifically, in Grand
Isle, due to damage to the Hurricane Protection Levee in Grand Isle from a
strong upper-level storm system that moved through the area on March 10, 2016,
in order to assist in the expeditious and timely protection and repair of this levee
system prior to the onset of the upcoming 2016 hurricane season;
SECTION 2. That this Council authorizes that certified copies of this resolution
be sent to Parish President Michael Yenni; and to David J. Camardelle, President
of the Grand Isle Independent Levee District.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16TH day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126700
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 4 to the Architectural Agreement with
Anthony J. Gendusa, Jr. AIA Architect, Inc. dated July 23, 2010, for Design
Services associated with the New Fire Station 19, to establish a new termination
date for a period of one (1) year, the new date will be March 28, 2017 which
does not increase the value of the Agreement of $952,267.40 (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson, hereinafter
called the Owner, and Anthony J. Gendusa, Jr. AIA Architect, Inc., hereinafter
called the Architect, dated July 23, 2010, as authorized by Resolution No.
114752 dated June 9, 2010, and amended by Amendment No. 1 dated September
7, 2011 and Amendment No. 2 dated December 4, 2012, and Amendment No.
3 dated December 4, 2014 to provide Professional Architectural Services for a
New Fire Station 19; and
WHEREAS, the project is not substantially complete; and
WHEREAS, the Parishs agreement with the Architect will expire on March
28, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the project is currently under construction; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to extend the Parishs agreement with the Architect
by one (1) year in order to allow Anthony J. Gendusa, Jr. AIA Architect, Inc. to
continue to provide services throughout project closeout.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify the execution
of Amendment No. 4 to the Architectural Agreement with Anthony J. Gendusa,
Jr. AIA Architect, Inc. dated July 23, 2010, to extend the term of the agreement
for a period of one (1) year from March 28, 2016 to March 28, 2017.
SECTION 2. That no additional fees shall be charged to Account No. 448804020-7451(48819.001), Contract No. 55-00008525.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairwoman, or in his absence, the ViceChairman, be and is authorized to execute Amendment No. 4 to the architectural
agreement for this work with Anthony J. Gendusa, Jr. AIA Architect, Inc.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution

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was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126701
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal of
Statements of Qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing
professional legal bond services to the Parish. (Parishwide)
BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting
as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council Clerk is hereby authorized to advertise for the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested in
providing professional legal services to the Parish for the following fields of law:
Bond Services.
SECTION 2. That the following criteria, listed in order of importance, will be
used to evaluate the statement of the firms submitting, with only those persons
or firms receiving an overall cumulative score of at least seventy (70) percent
or greater, of the total possible points for all categories to be assigned by the
participating legal services evaluation committee members shall be deemed
qualified to perform outside legal services tasks:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the outside legal services. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty-five
(35).)
(2) Size of firm and capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work
considering the number of professional and support personnel required to
perform the type of outside legal service tasks and the firms current unfinished
workload. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty (30).)
(3) Past performance by person or firm on parish contracts. Assertions of
fault by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and/
or malfeasance in prior work completed for the parish shall be evidenced by
substantiating documentation provided by the parish attorney and received by
the chairman of the evaluation committee a minimum of two (2) weeks prior
to the scheduled date of the legal services evaluation committee meeting.
(Maximum points awarded shall be ten (10).)
(4) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which the
work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including municipalities
located within Jefferson Parish (15 points); (2) Neighboring Parishes of
the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes Orleans,
Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12 points); (3)
Parishes other the foregoing (ten (10) points); (4) outside the State of Louisiana
(six (6) points). Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15).)
(5) Adversarial legal proceedings between the parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the parish prevailed, and excluding
those instances or cases where the person or firm was added as an indispensable
party, or where the person or firm participated in or assisted the public entity
in prosecution of its claim. In the event that the person or firm fails to provide
accurate and detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the parish,
including the absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed
unresponsive with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.
(Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15) for the lack of any such
adversarial proceedings as defined.)
(6) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of legal services,
as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable references. (Maximum points
to be awarded shall be five (5).)
SECTION 3. That the person or firm submitting a Statement of Qualifications
shall have the following minimum qualification: at least one Firm Representative,
as defined in Section 2-926 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, who is
licensed to practice law in the State of Louisiana, with a minimum of five (5)
years experience.
SECTION 4. The evaluation committee shall consist of the members of the
Legal Services Evaluation Committee.
SECTION 5. That the Legal Professional Services Questionnaire adopted
on August 26, 2015 be submitted by the person or firm interested in providing
various professional legal services to the Parish.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126702
A resolution of no objection to the location and operation of a snowball stand at
37 Sallye Ann Street, Harvey, Louisiana 70058to be operated by Mr. Johnson
Nicholas during the period from March 17, 2016to November 30, 2016;
provided that all permits are obtained from the office of Inspection & Code,
and the Jefferson Parish Health Department and that all requirements of said
departments are met. (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, no additional parking shall be required for the operation of a
snowball stand at this location.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish;
SECTION 1. That this Council does hereby state that it has no objection to
the location and operation of a snowball stand at 37 Sallye Ann Street, Harvey,
Louisiana 70058 to be operated by Mr. Johnson Nicholas during the period from
March 17, 2016 to November 30, 2016; provided that all permits are obtained from
the office of Inspection & Code, and the Jefferson Parish Health Department and
that all requirements of said departments are met.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessaryto give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16thday of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 126704
A resolution authorizing a settlement in the lawsuit entitled Marlene Wheeler v.
Parish of Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 690-608, Div. M, and to provide for
related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a party in a lawsuit entitled Marlene
Wheeler v. Parish of Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 690-608, Div. M; and
WHEREAS, the Parish and plaintiff have reached a tentative agreement on a
proposed settlement; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council desires to settle this matter amicably:
NOW THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as governing authority
of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Attorney is hereby authorized to agree to the
proposed settlement in the lawsuit entitled Marlene Wheeler v. Parish of
Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 690-608, Div. M and to sign and file with the
Court any and all pleadings and other papers consistent with the terms of that
settlement, and take any other actions necessary or advisable to effectuate the
settlement.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #23 on
the addendum agenda of a resolution ratifying Amendment 4 with the Rickey
Jackson and Friends d/b/a Rickey Jackson Community Hope Center: Courage
House to add additional funding of $40,000.00 to provide a refuge for abused
and at-risk youth from the Greater New Orleans Area for mentoring, academic
enrichment, leadership development and career path development assistance at
a cost not to exceed $275,000.00 be and is hereby deferred until April 6, 2016.
(Council District 3) (Mr. Spears)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 126703
A resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session to discuss the
lawsuit entitled Marlene Wheeler v. Parish of Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No.
690-608, Div. M, and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the potential liability of the Parish requires that the Council go into
executive session to discuss legal strategy in this matter; and,
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by LA R.S. 42:17 to enter into executive
session to discuss this matter:

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NOW, THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as the governing


authority of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the Council be and is hereby authorized to go into executive
session to discuss the lawsuit entitled Marlene Wheeler v. Parish of Jefferson, et
al., 24th JDC, No. 690-608, Div. M.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126705
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for the West Bank
Animal Shelter Equipment Package, in accordance with the bid package
prepared by Burgdahl & Graves Architects (Council District No. 3)
WHEREAS, the Council has entered into an Agreement with Burgdahl &
Graves Architects dated June 11, 2013, to provide professional architectural
and engineering services on an as-needed basis for architectural type projects
throughout the Parish; and
WHEREAS, Burgdahl & Graves was authorized to provide design and
construction administrative services for a new West Bank Animal Shelter under
the Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the West Bank Animal Shelter is under construction; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to bid and award an equipment package in order to
make the Shelter functional; and
WHEREAS, there are sufficient funds in place to fund the equipment package;
and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to advertise for competitive bids in
accordance with LRS 38:2212, et seq., for the award of a contract in the name of
the Jefferson Parish Council.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
advertise for sealed bids for the West Bank Animal Shelter Equipment Package
in accordance with the bid package prepared by Burgdahl & Graves Architects.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements as are provided in
regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures be included in the advertisement,
the Bid Proposal Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That the cost of the Equipment Package is to be charged to Budget
Account No. 45680-4051-7454(56813.001).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve all
documents necessary to implement the resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126706
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the
Contract No. 55-00014912 dated April 24, 2015, with BLD Services, LLC,
(Instrument 11516980, Mortgage Book 4649, Page 222) for an increase of
$186,052.00 to the contract amount with no additional contract time for the
New Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise Ave, Public
Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Proposal No. 50-112381. Work associated
with this Change Order is complete and is within the original scope of the
project. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, it was determined that due to existing roadway conditions on
West Metairie Avenue and Elise Avenue it was necessary to remove and replace
additional concrete panels, concrete curbs, handicapped ramps, sidewalks,
and driveways which resulted in an increase to the contract in the amount of
$129,058.00; and
WHEREAS, it was determined that the existing TH Harris School asphalt
parking area, used by the contractor in accordance with the plans and
specifications, required asphalt resurfacing which resulted in an increase to the
contract in the amount of $23,436.00; and
WHEREAS, the contractor was charged liquidated damages for 15 days at a rate
of $1,000.000 per day in accordance with the plans and specifications for failure
to complete critical items of work by the specified deadline which resulted in an
decrease to the contract in the amount of $15,000.00; and
WHEREAS it was necessary to adjust thirty-two (32) items of work in order to
reflect field requirements, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the
amount of $48,558.00; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) in the amount of $186,052.00
represents a 5.62% increase to the original contract amount; and
WHEREAS, the total of Change Order No. 1 (Final) amounts to an increase to
the contract amount from $3,309,986.00 to $3,496,038.00; and
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded change orders.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby authorize and approve Change Order
No. 1 (Final) to Contract No. 55-00014912 dated April 24, 2015, with BLD
Services, LLC (Instrument 11516980, Mortgage Book 4649, Page 222) for an
increase of $186,052.00 to the contract amount with no additional contract time
for the New Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise Ave,
Public Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Proposal No. 50-112381.
SECTION 2. That there have been no previously recorded change orders.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this construction is to be funded from Account No.
45310-4077-7454 (53106.001).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and are hereby authorized to sign and approve
Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126706
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the
Contract No. 55-00014912 dated April 24, 2015, with BLD Services, LLC,
(Instrument 11516980, Mortgage Book 4649, Page 222) for an increase of
$186,052.00 to the contract amount with no additional contract time for the
New Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise Ave, Public
Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Proposal No. 50-112381. Work associated
with this Change Order is complete and is within the original scope of the
project. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, it was determined that due to existing roadway conditions on
West Metairie Avenue and Elise Avenue it was necessary to remove and replace
additional concrete panels, concrete curbs, handicapped ramps, sidewalks,
and driveways which resulted in an increase to the contract in the amount of
$129,058.00; and
WHEREAS, it was determined that the existing TH Harris School asphalt
parking area, used by the contractor in accordance with the plans and
specifications, required asphalt resurfacing which resulted in an increase to the
contract in the amount of $23,436.00; and
WHEREAS, the contractor was charged liquidated damages for 15 days at a rate
of $1,000.000 per day in accordance with the plans and specifications for failure
to complete critical items of work by the specified deadline which resulted in an
decrease to the contract in the amount of $15,000.00; and
WHEREAS it was necessary to adjust thirty-two (32) items of work in order to
reflect field requirements, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the
amount of $48,558.00; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) in the amount of $186,052.00
represents a 5.62% increase to the original contract amount; and
WHEREAS, the total of Change Order No. 1 (Final) amounts to an increase to
the contract amount from $3,309,986.00 to $3,496,038.00; and
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded change orders.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby authorize and approve Change Order
No. 1 (Final) to Contract No. 55-00014912 dated April 24, 2015, with BLD
Services, LLC (Instrument 11516980, Mortgage Book 4649, Page 222) for an
increase of $186,052.00 to the contract amount with no additional contract time
for the New Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise Ave,
Public Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Proposal No. 50-112381.
SECTION 2. That there have been no previously recorded change orders.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this construction is to be funded from Account No.

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45310-4077-7454 (53106.001).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and are hereby authorized to sign and approve
Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126707
A resolution granting acceptance to BLD Services, LLC for their completed
contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated April 24, 2015 for the New
Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise Avenue, Public
Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Contract No. 55-00014912, Bid Proposal No.
50-112381. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded change orders to this
agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That BLD Services, LLC is hereby granted acceptance of their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated April 24, 2015
for the New Drainage Pump Station and Drainage Improvements for Elise
Avenue, Public Works Project No. 2009-009-DR, Contract No. 55-00014912,
Bid Proposal No. 50-112381 which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for
the Parish of Jefferson in Mortgage Book 4649, Page 222 Instrument 11516980.
SECTION 2. The said BLD Services, LLC is hereby authorized to file a copy
of this resolution with the said Clerk of Court as evidence of the acceptance
of completion of said contract, and in order that the 45 days lien and privilege
period may begin from date of filing thereof with the said Clerk of Court.
SECTION 3. That at the expiration of 45 days, the said BLD Services, LLC
shall furnish the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works with a clear
lien and privilege certificate from the Clerk of Court and upon presentation
of said certificate, the Department of Public Works will prepare the necessary
documents to authorize payment of retainage.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126708
A resolution granting permission to the City of Kenner, the Association of
Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Host Committee and the Greater New Orleans
Sports Foundation to erect temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot at
various locations to advertise the 2016 AVP Pro Beach Volleyball New Orleans
Open to be held at Laketown April 15, 2016, through April 17, 2016 and to
provide for related matter. (Council District 4)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission is granted to the City of Kenner the Association of
Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Host Committee and the Greater New Orleans
Sports Foundation to erect temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot,
advertising the 2016 AVP Pro Beach Volleyball New Orleans Open to be held at
Laketown, from April 15 April 17, 2016, at the following locations provided
that the placement of all signs are approved by the Jefferson Parish Traffic
Engineering Division and that none of said signs cause any sight obstructions
for motorists:
1) One sign on Veterans Blvd. right of way at Downs Blvd.
2) One sign on West Napoleon Avenue Canal Bank near the U-turn at Judith
Street.
3) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue Canal Bank near the Elmwood Canal
bridge
4) One sign on West Metairie Avenue Canal Bank near the U-turn at Airline
Park Blvd.
5) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue near Power Blvd.
6) One sign on Power Blvd. right of way between Riverside Drive and Kawanee
Avenue.
7) One sign on David Drive right of way between Camphor and Lynnette.
8) One sign on Veterans Blvd. Parish right of way near Chapelle High School.
9) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue in front of Girard Playground between
St. Martin and Green Acres Road.
10) One sign on West Metairie Avenue in front of Delta Playground between
Lynette and N. Upland.
11) One sign on West Metairie Avenue in front of Mike Miley Playground
between David Drive and Eisenhower.
12) One sign on Transcontinental Drive right of way between Kawanee Avenue
and Meadowdale Street.
13) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue near Houma Blvd.
14) One sign on Veterans Boulevard near Houma Blvd.
15) One sign on Veterans Boulevard near Green Acres Road.
16) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue near Oaklawn Drive.
17) One sign on West Esplanade Avenue near Severn Avenue.
18) One sign on Jefferson Highway near St. Matthew the Apostle School and
John Curtis.
19) One signs on Jefferson Highway near Central Avenue.
20) One sign on Bonnabel Blvd. near Veterans Blvd.
21) One sign on Clearview Parkway near Veterans Blvd.
22) One sign or a banner on or near the footbridge across from Our Lady of
Divine Providence School in the 8600 block of West Metairie Avenue.
23) One sign on Cleary by Johnny Bright Playground.
24) One sign on West Metairie Avenue near Cleary Playground.
25) One sign on Bonnabel Blvd. near Metairie Road.
26) One sign on West Napoleon Avenue near Mississippi Avenue
27) One sign on Transcontinental Drive between West Metairie Avenue and
Teal and between West Metairie Avenue and Aero.
SECTION II. That signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos, or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which the resolution grants
permission to erect said signs advertising the primary sponsors function or
event.
SECTION III. That permission is hereby granted to place temporary signs
advertising said AVP Pro Beach Volleyball New Orleans Tour from Wednesday,
March 23, 2016, until, Monday, April 18, 2016, and a copy of this resolution
shall be attached to each sign and that said signs must be removed by 12:00 noon
on Monday, April 18, 2016.
SECTION IV. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr.
Mike Quigley, City of Kenner, 1801 Williams Blvd., Kenner, LA 70003 and all
departments in connection therewith
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126709
A resolution amending Resolution No. 126472 adopted on February 17, 2016,
granting permission to St. Philip Neri School, 6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie,
Louisiana, 70003, to conduct a Crawfish Cook Off on Saturday, March 19,
2016, from 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. since their original cook off scheduled
for March 12, 2016, was cancelled due to inclement weather; to allow music
outdoors (provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on
Saturday, March 19, 2016, until 10:00 p.m.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That Resolution No. 126472 adopted on February 17, 2016, be
amended to grant permission to St. Philip Neri School, 6600 Kawanee Avenue,
Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, to conduct a Crawfish Cook Off on Saturday, March
19, 2016, from 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. since their original cook off scheduled
for March 12, 2016, was cancelled due to inclement weather; and to allow live
music outdoors (provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all
cases) on Saturday, March 19, 2016, until 10:00 p.m., in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That permission granted to allow the erection of four (4)
temporary signs extend to March 21, 2016. All signs must be removed by 5:00
p.m. on Monday, March 21, 2016.
SECTION III. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Jill

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Rabalais, 6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003; St. Philip Neri
School, 6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003 and all departments
in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126710
A resolution granting Archbishop Rummel High School, 1901 Severn Avenue,
Metairie, LA 70001 permission to conduct an Archbishop Rummel High School
Beast Feast on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Archbishop Rummel High
School, 1901 Severn Avenue, Metairie, LA 70001 permission to conduct an
Archbishop Rummel High School Beast Feast on Wednesday, April 6, 2016
from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. to serve beer (delivery and pickup date 4/06/16),
beverages and food; to erect fifteen craft booths, they are also granted permission
to erect temporary signs on Jefferson Highway and Manguno, Jefferson
Highway and Williams Boulevard, Jefferson Highway and Citrus Road, Earhart
Expressway and Dickory Avenue, Dickory Avenue and Citrus Road, Clearview
Parkway and Airline Highway, Clearview Parkway and Veterans Memorial
Boulevard, Clearview Parkway and West Esplanade, Veterans Boulevard and
David Drive, Veterans Boulevard and Williams Boulevard, Bonnabel Boulevard
and Metairie Road, Bonnabel Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard, Bonnabel
Boulevard and West Esplanade, Transcontinental Drive and West Metairie. In
connection with said fundraiser all Jefferson Parish taxes are hereby waived,
provided a permit is obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control to conduct such an event and that all requirements and regulations of
said departments have been met; and to provide for related matters.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Dominick
Impastato, III, 9 Platt Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70065.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126711
A resolution granting Ridgewood Prep School, 201 Pasadena Avenue, Metairie,
LA 70001 permission to conduct their annual school fair on Saturday, March 19,
2016 and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Ridgewood Prep School,
201 Pasadena Avenue, Metairie, LA 70001 to conduct their annual school fair
on Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m., to allow the sale
of beverages and food. In connection with said fair all Jefferson Parish taxes
are hereby waived, provided a permit is obtained from the Department of
Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol and Tobacco Control to conduct such an event and that all requirements
and regulations of said departments have been met.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Ann Coviello,
201 Pasadena Avenue, Metairie, LA 70001, the Department of Citizens Affairs
and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126712
A resolution granting Friends of the Jefferson Library, P.O. Box 9391, Metairie,
LA 70055 permission to have a book sale from Thursday, March 31, 2016 through
Sunday, April 3, 2016 and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to Friends of the Jefferson
Library, P.O. Box 9391, Metairie, LA 70055 to have a book sale to be held at
the Pontchartrain Center on Thursday, March 31, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until
8:00 p.m., Friday, April 1, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., Saturday, April
2, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 3, 2016 from noon
until 5:00 p.m.; they are also granted permission to erect temporary signs on the
corners of West Esplanade Avenue and Clearview Parkway and West Esplanade
and Transcontinental and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Annette
Centanni, 4909 Lake Vista Drive, Metairie, LA 70006.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126713
A resolution granting CCA Louisiana, 419 Romain Street, Gretna, Louisiana
70053, permission to hold a CCA East Jefferson Chapter Banquet on Wednesday,
April 6, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. and to provide for related matters.
(Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to CCA Louisiana, 419
Romain Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053, to hold a CCA East Jefferson Chapter
Banquet on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. to allow
them to serve beer, (delivery and pick up date 04/06/16) beverages, food and
liquor in connection therewith, provided that all permits have been obtained
from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Health Department, the State of
Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs
Office to conduct such an Event and that all requirements and regulations of
said departments are met; and further waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes in
connection with said event.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Leigh Isaacson,
419 Roman Street, Gretna, LA 70053 and all departments in connection
therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126714
A resolution amending Resolution no. 126620 which was adopted on March
2, 2016 granting Friends in Need, permission to hold an Old Metairie Irish
Festival on Friday, March 11, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Friends in Need, P.O. Box
56475, Metairie, Louisiana 70055, represented by Mr. Brian Hebert, to conduct
an Old Metairie Irish Festival on Friday, March 11, 2016, at 12:00 p.m. until
9:00 p.m., and, in connection therewith, to have live music, to serve food
and beverages, to serve and sell beer, to stage three (3) craft booths, and to
erect temporary signs at the intersections of both Metairie Road & Bonnabel
Boulevard and Cleary Avenue & West Metairie Avenueprovided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control, the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson

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Parish Sheriffs Office, and the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement
to conduct such an event and that all regulations are metand waiving all
Jefferson Parish taxes in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Brian
Hebert, P.O. Box 56475, Metairie, Louisiana 70055.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms.Lee-Sheng, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126715
A resolution authorizing Laureate Academy, represented by Claire Heckerman,
to place signs at various locations to advertise their Student Recruitment.
(Council District 2).
WHEREAS, Laureate Academy is Recruiting Students for their School located
at 3400 6th Street, Harvey;
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place signs advertising the
Event at various locations starting on Friday, March 18, 2016 through Sunday,
April 17, 2016;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. Laureate Academy is hereby granted permission to place signs
advertising their Student Recruitment at 3400 6th Street, Harvey; and at the
following sign locations:
1.) Barataria & Westbank Expressway
2.) Manhattan & Westbank Expressway
3.) Lapalco & Barataria
4.) Ames & Lapalco
5.) Barataria & Ames
6.) Oakmere Dr & Post Dr.
7.) Ames Blvd & Bywater St.
8.) 3400 6th St, Harvey (Harvey Kindergarten School site)
SECTION 2. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or
event.
SECTION 3. That all signs placed within the city limits of a municipality shall
require permission of that municipality before signs can be placed.
SECTION 4. That all signs placed on roadways controlled by Louisiana
Department of Transportation shall require the permission of the Louisiana
DOTD before placement of signs.
SECTION 5. That permission is hereby granted to erect temporary signs
advertising the Student Recruitment for a period of 30 days, said signs are
to measure no more than four feet wide by eight feet in length and a copy of
this resolution shall be attached to each sign and that signs are to be removed
Sunday, April 17, 2016.
SECTION 6. That the Parish Council Clerk e-mail a copy of this resolution to
Ms. Claire Heckerman, checkerman@laureatecharter.org, LA 70054; Jefferson
Parish Department of Code Enforcement and all departments in connection
therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126716
A resolution granting permission to the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation,
represented by Ms. Jennifer Kelley, Executive Director, to serve beverages,
food, liquor and beer at the Golf Tournament Players Club, 11001 Lapalco
Blvd., Avondale, Louisiana 70094 on Thursday, April 28, 2016, Friday, April
29, 2016, Saturday, April 30, 2016 and Sunday, May 1, 2016 between the hours
of 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM with alcohol on the premises from Tuesday, April
26, 2016 through Monday, May 2, 2016; provided that all permits have been
obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire
Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control; that
all requirements of said departments are met and waiving all licenses, taxes and
fees in connection therewith.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to the Louisiana Hospitality
Foundation, represented by Ms. Jennifer Kelley, Executive Director, to serve
beverages, food, liquor and beer at the Golf Tournament Players Club, 11001
Lapalco Blvd., Avondale, Louisiana 70094 on Thursday, April 28, 2016, Friday,
April 29, 2016, Saturday, April 30, 2016 and Sunday, May 1, 2016 between the
hours of 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM with alcohol on the premises from Tuesday,
April 26, 2016 through Monday, May 2, 2016; provided that all permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control;
that all requirements of said departments are met and waiving all licenses, taxes
and fees in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Louisiana Hospitality
Foundation, represented by Ms. Jennifer Kelley, Executive Director, P.O. Box
24046, New Orleans, Louisiana 70184, the Department of Citizens Affairs, the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department and the Louisiana State Office of Alcoholic
Beverage Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126717
A resolution granting permission to Coastal Conservation Association
-Louisiana (CCA-LA) West Bank Chapter, 419 Romain Street, Gretna, Louisiana
70053, represented by Leigh Isaacson, to hold a banquet on Wednesday, March
16, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. at NOLA Motorsports Park, 11075
Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094; to sell and serve beer and liquor
outdoors to accommodate guests attending; provided that permits are obtained
from the Department of Citizens Affairs and Department of Inspection & Code
Enforcement and that all requirements of said departments are met.
NOW BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to Coastal Conservation
Association -Louisiana (CCA-LA) West Bank Chapter, 419 Romain Street,
Gretna, Louisiana 70053, represented by Leigh Isaacson, to hold a banquet
on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. at NOLA
Motorsports Park, 11075 Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094; to sell and
serve beer and liquor outdoors to accommodate guests attending; provided that
permits are obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, Department of
Inspection & Code Enforcement, the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol and
Tobacco Control, and that all requirements of said departments are met.
SECTION 2. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward copies of
this resolution to the CCA-LA Westbank Chapter, represented by Mr. Leigh
Isaacson, 419 Romain Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053, to the Department of
Citizens Affairs, to the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement ;and to
the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126718
A resolution accepting the grant award for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program
from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) for April 1,
2016 through March 31, 2017. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, The Department of Citizens Affairs-Office of Senior Citizens
Services applied for and was awarded a grant for the Retired and Senior
Volunteer Program from CNCS in the amount of $51,066.00; and
WHEREAS, as a condition of the grant award Jefferson Parish has a required
match in the amount of $21,909.00; and
WHEREAS, the match will be funded by the Office of Senior Citizens
Services; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish wishes to continue to offer participation in the

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RSVP to senior citizens of Jefferson Parish.


NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby accept the grant
award for the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program from CNCS.
SECTION 2. The expenditures associated with this grant will be charged to
account No. 21050-1040-238-XXXX-10599-xxx and 21050-1040-345-XXXX10599-xxx. The required $21,909.00 of match will be provided by charging the
Office of Senior Citizens Services operating budget 22560-3556-114-XXXX.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this contract.
The foregoing resolution, having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126719
A resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 124517 adopted on March 25, 2015, and as
supplemented by Resolution No. 125603 adopted September 23, 2015 for routine
engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Sewerage Projects,
which services will be required for professional and supplemental services for
Improvements to the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks; SCIP
Project No. D2133 (Council District No. 3).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124517 adopted on March 25, 2015
and as supplemented by Resolution No. 125603 adopted September 23, 2015, a
pre-approved list of firms for routine engineering and supplemental services for
Sewerage Projects was established; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Sewerage has determined that
there is a need for Improvements to the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant
Headworks; and
WHEREAS, the engineering fees associated with the rehabilitation, excluding
resident inspection services, will not exceed $300,000.00; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish shall not ratify an engineering agreement for any
work associated with this project until a funding source is established; and
WHEREAS, when a funding source is established for financing all necessary
services associated with this project, proper account lines will be established;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select the firm of Burk-Kleinpeter
from the pre-approved list for routine engineering and supplemental services
for Sewerage Projects to provide for professional and supplemental services for
Improvements to the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby select the firm of Burk-Kleinpeter
to provide professional and supplemental services for Improvements to the
Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks.
SECTION 2. That in accordance with Ordinance No. 18571 adopted on August
5, 1992, the Administration shall negotiate a contract with the consultant
selected herein and said contract shall be submitted to the Council in complete
form, including all terms and conditions, for ratification by Council resolution
prior to execution of said contract.
SECTION 3. That Jefferson Parish shall not ratify an engineering agreement
for any work associated with this project until a funding source is established.
SECTION 4. That when a funding source is established for financing all
necessary services associated with this project, proper account lines will be
established.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126720
A resolution requesting the Administration to allow the use of the Parishs
recreation facilities for community activities and functions upon the request of
a member of the Jefferson Parish Council, provided that the facility is available
for the activity or function and that all fees for such use are paid. (Parishwide)
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL,
acting as governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby requests the Administration to allow the
use of the Parishs recreation facilities for community activities and functions
upon the request of a member of the Jefferson Parish Council, provided that the
facility is available for the activity or function and that all fees for such use are
paid.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126721
A resolution ratifying the attached contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
LeBlanc Fantaci Villio, LLC to provide legal services in the matter of Racetrac
Petroleum, Inc. and The Marrero Land and Improvement Association, Ltd. vs.
The Parish of Jefferson and The Jefferson Parish Council, 24th JDC No. 758313, Div. J. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 126504 adopted on February 17, 2016,
a pre-approved list of persons or firms for miscellaneous legal services for
Jefferson Parish was established; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee met on March 7, 2016 to
discuss the selection of counsel for Racetrac Petroleum, Inc. and The Marrero
Land and Improvement Association, Ltd. vs. The Parish of Jefferson and The
Jefferson Parish Council, 24th JDC No. 758-313, Div. J; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee selected LeBlanc
Fantaci Villio, LLC to perform the legal services from the list of firms approved
for land use, planning, and zoning law.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the attached contract between
the Parish of Jefferson and LeBlanc Fantaci Villio, LLC, to provide legal
services in the matter of Racetrac Petroleum, Inc. and The Marrero Land and
Improvement Association, Ltd. vs. The Parish of Jefferson and The Jefferson
Parish Council, 24th JDC No. 758-313, Div. J; and
SECTION 2. The term of this agreement shall commence upon date of selection
of firm, March 7, 2016.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 10010-0029-7321.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On the motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126722
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and GCR, Inc. to increase the contract cap by $58,000 and to extend
the contract. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish entered into an Agreement with GCR, Inc. on May 21,
2015 pursuant to Resolution 124753, to assist in the development and drafting
of best practices in the day to day operation of the Department of Community
Development with a contract cap of $99,988.64; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 1 approved by Council on August 12, 2015
pursuant to Resolution 125420, increased the contract cap to $169,988.64 and
expanded the scope to include technical assistance associated with HUDs
National Disaster Resilience Competition; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 2 approved by Council on September 23, 2015
pursuant to Resolution 125683, increased the scope to include assistance with
program delivery in the Parishs Hurricane Isaac Housing Assistance and
Elevation Support Programs and to increase the contract cap for expenses

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associated with the expanded scope in the amount of $88,400; and


WHEREAS, Amendment No. 3s request to increase the contract cap by $58,000
is needed to complete the scope of work necessary to ensure that all Federal
regulations are adhered to and the program remains in compliance on a task
based program allotment and to extend the contract.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. The Amendment No. 3 to Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and GCR, Inc. to further increase the contract cap by $58,000 to a
total of $316,388.64 and extend the contract is hereby authorized.
SECTION 2. That, the contract shall be amended as provided in the attached,
Amendment No. 3.
SECTION 3. The expenditures associated with this amendment shall be made
as follows:
Task
Budget Account Number
ESG
$15,500 Account Nos. 21390-1220-139-7562.3-13935-500

($8,461)and 21390-1220-139-7331-13936-005 ($7,039)
HOME $15,500 Account No. 21340-1180-139-7331-13441-3028
CDBG
$13,500 Account No. 21280-1172-139-7331-12401-001
CDBG-DR
$13,500 Account No. 21310-1195-139-7331-13124-501
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 126723
A resolution ratifying a contract between the Parish of Jefferson and Interstate
Hotels, LLC, dba, Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport for the catering and rental
of the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport for the Retired Seniors Volunteer
Program (RSVP) Luncheon. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, the public purpose of RSVP is to encourage retired seniors
in Jefferson Parish to help improve the lives of their fellow citizens through
service; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
increased senior citizens service as a result of the luncheon; and
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the contract between the Parish of Jefferson and Interstate
Hotels, LLC, dba, Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport for the catering and rental
of the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport for the RSVP Luncheon is hereby
ratified contingent upon Jefferson Parish receiving the 2016-2017 RSVP Grant
Award.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this Agreement shall be taken from
Account No. 21050-1040-238-7683-10599-xxx.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman,
is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents necessary to give full force
and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of May, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng. the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126724
A resolution authorizing Jefferson Parish to prepare and submit a pre-application
to the Statewide Flood Control Program to complete the Hoeys Canal Bypass
for the purpose of reducing existing flood damages; providing for the necessary
documentation of said flood damages; and providing for other related matters in
connection therewith. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish, Hoeys Drainage Basin has been adversely
affected by damages from flood waters; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to apply for State matching funds pursuant
to L.A. R.S. 38:90.1 et. seq., as amended, to implement Hoeys Canal Bypass
to reduce said flood damages, and that Jefferson Parish is fully aware of its
obligations under said Statute; and
WHEREAS, this project was originally authorized as State Project No. 576-260023, Flood Control Improvements, Hoeys Canal Bypass, and
WHEREAS, there are insufficient funds under State Project No. 576-26-0023 to
complete the project construction, and
WHEREAS, this pre-application is to acquire the funds necessary to compete
the remaining construction projects thereby maximizing the benefits of the
completed works, and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is a political body duly organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Louisiana and is eligible to apply for funds under
said Statute.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Jefferson Parish acknowledges that upon approval of the preapplication a formal application will be prepared and submitted to the Statewide
Flood Control Program.
SECTION 2. That at the appropriate time and upon approval of funding
assistance and prior to commencement of work on completing the Hoeys Canal
Bypass, Jefferson Parish agrees to execute a Statement of Sponsorship pursuant
to said Statute.
SECTION 3. That the Director of the Jefferson Parish Department of Capital
Projects is hereby designated Authorized Representative for Jefferson Parish to
effect the preparation of the pre-application and application to the Statewide
Flood Control Program for funding assistance of a flood control project.
SECTION 4. That said Authorized Representatives responsibilities shall
pertain to technical matters only and shall not include any official act on behalf
of Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126725
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and the Shrewsbury Community Foundation
DBA Shrewsbury Fellas Inc., under which Jefferson Parish will reimburse the
Shrewsbury Community Foundation DBA Shrewsbury Fellas Inc., an amount
up to Five Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($5,000.00) for expenses associated
with the grades incentive program and the staging of the community Easter Egg
Hunt. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by Art. 1. Sec. 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and general
welfare of the people; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the agreement is to serve two projects: the
first to sponsor a grades incentive program for community students to encourage
productivity, achievement, and success, all leading to an enriched and more
viable community; and second, to conduct an Easter Egg Hunt open to the public
on March 26, 2016 for the benefit of the community; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefits
of an increase in economic development and promotion of the general welfare
and happiness of all Jefferson Parish citizens that is at least equivalent to the Five
Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, PARISH desires to cooperate with Shrewsbury Community
Foundation DBA Shrewsbury Fellas in the implementation of the projects as
hereinafter provided.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of

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Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:


SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and the Shrewsbury Community Foundation DBA Shrewsbury Fellas
Inc under which Jefferson Parish will reimburse the Shrewsbury Community
Foundation DBA Shrewsbury Fellas Inc. an amount up to Five Thousand and
00/100 dollars ($5,000.00) for expenses associated with the grades incentive
program and staging of the Easter Egg Hunt, is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2: That the $5,000.00 shall be charged to Account No. 22020-27527680.194 (20252.000)
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126726
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Newell Normand in his capacity as Sheriff
of Jefferson Parish for the continued operation and maintenance of the Jefferson
Parish Enhanced 911 Computer Aided Dispatch Center.
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(c) of the Louisiana State Constitution of 1974
provides for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may
engage in cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its
agencies or with other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Legislature by Acts 1982, no. 156 created the
Jefferson Parish Communication District for the purpose of establishing a local
emergency telephone service; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council adopted Ordinance no. 15353 on
August 11, 1982 creating the Jefferson Parish Communication District; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Legislature by Acts 1995, No. 447 enacted, in Title
33 Chapter 31, of Part 2, Jefferson Parish Communication District, which
codified Acts 1982, No. 156 which is now RS. 33:9121 et seq.; and
WHEREAS, RS. 33:9124(A) states that the Jefferson Parish Communication
District is hereby created with the territorial jurisdiction extending throughout
the Parish of Jefferson. The parish governing authority shall be the governing
authority of the district. When acting as the governing authority of the district,
the Jefferson Parish Council shall have the same power and authority as when
acting as the governing authority of the parish pursuant to the Jefferson Parish
Charter; and
WHEREAS, RS. 33:9124(D) states that the governing authority may contract
with another communication district, with any municipality within the parish,
or with any other legal entity to perform all or part of the districts functions
and duties.
WHEREAS, on June 15, 2011 the Jefferson Parish Council adopted Ordinance
no. 24036 amending Sections 2-213 and 2-214 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, relative to the duties of the Director of Fire and the Director of
Telecommunications; requiring the negotiation of a contract with Sheriff for
the operation of the Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911 Computer Aided Dispatch
Center and otherwise providing with respect thereto.
WHEREAS, on December 15, 2011 the Jefferson Parish Council adopted
Resolution no. 118115 authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Newell Normand in his capacity
as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish for the operation and maintenance of the Jefferson
Parish Enhanced 911 Computer Aided Dispatch Center.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Jefferson Parish is hereby authorized to enter into a
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with Newell Normand in his capacity as
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish for the purpose of operating and maintaining the
Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911 Computer Aided Dispatch Center.
SECTION 2. That the Parish shall continue to collect the 911 Service Charge
Fees and transfer the fees to the Sheriff for the operation and maintenance of
the Enhanced 911 Computer-Aided Dispatch Center and shall provide no other
consideration for the services provided for in this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents necessary to execute the
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish and Sheriff for the
operation and maintenance of the Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911 Computer
Aided Dispatch Center.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March,
2016.

On motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126727
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Jeffs Creole Grill for
two weeks; deferring one week of said suspension with conditions as specified
herein; and providing for related matters. (Council District No. 4)
WHEREAS, Jeffs Creole Grill, owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC,
located at 5237 Veterans Memorial Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, holds
a 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on October 13, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated an incident involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years
of age that occurred on the premises of Jeffs Creole Grill; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125997, adopted on November 4, 2015
and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing on January
22, 2016 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Jeffs Creole
Grill, owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC, located at 5237 Veterans
Memorial Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, should be suspended or
revoked for reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated
in Louisiana Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in
the vicinity of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to The Jeffs Creole Grill, owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC,
located at 5237 Veterans Memorial Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, for
a period of two weeks with one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the
suspension to be imposed on certain dates as requested by the permit-holder and
with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely subject
to the following terms and conditions: 1) should Jeffs Creole Grill, owned by
PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC, appear before the committee due to one or more
additional violations of Parish ordinances within one year from January 22,
2016, the committee shall automatically recommend a one week suspension
of this establishments ABO permit in addition to whatever penalties the
committee may recommend for the new violation(s); 2) all alcoholic beverage
servers working at Jeffs Creole Grill, owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC,
located at 5237 Veterans Memorial Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, their
managers and at least one owner of this establishment must take a responsible
vendor class offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority on or
before January 22, 2017;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Jeffs Creole Grill,
owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC, located at 5237 Veterans Memorial
Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two weeks with one
week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed from
March 21, 2016 through March 27, 2016; and with the remaining week of
the suspension to be deferred indefinitely subject to the following terms and
conditions: 1) should Jeffs Creole Grill, owned by PGSS Restaurant Group,
LLC, appear before the committee due to one or more additional violations of
Parish ordinances within one year from January 22, 2016, the committee shall
automatically recommend a one week suspension of this establishments ABO
permit in addition to whatever penalties the committee may recommend for the
new violation(s); 2) all alcoholic beverage servers working at Jeffs Creole Grill,
owned by PGSS Restaurant Group, LLC, located at 5237 Veterans Memorial
Boulevard #5241, Metairie, Louisiana, their managers and at least one owner of
this establishment must take a responsible vendor class offered by the Jefferson
Parish Human Services Authority on or before January 22, 2017.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding a copy of this resolution
to the permit-holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None

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The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #48 on
the agenda of a resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Bayou
Daiquiris for two weeks; deferring one week of said suspension with conditions
as specified herein be and is hereby deferred until April 6, 2016. (Council
District No. 4) (Mr. Zahn)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126728
A resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 124414, adopted on March 4, 2015 and
supplemental list established under Resolution 125604, adopted on September
23, 2015 for routine Engineering Services which cost under $300,000.00 for
Drainage projects whose services will be required to provide professional
services for preparation of plans and specifications for the design of a new
drainage pump station for South Avondale Homes Subdivision. (Council
District 3)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Drainage Department has determined the
need for a new drainage pump station to provide drainage protection to South
Avondale Homes Subdivision; and,
WHEREAS, the engineering fees associated with this project will not exceed
$300,000.00; and,
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124414 adopted on March 4, 2015, and
supplemental list established under Resolution 125604, adopted on September
23, 2015, a pre-approved list of firms for routine engineering and supplemental
services for Drainage Projects was established; and,
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select a firm from the pre-approved
list for routine Drainage projects for the evaluation and design of drainage
improvements.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council hereby selects the firm of Phoenix Global
Engineering & Construction, Inc., 2901 Independence Street, Suite 103,
Metairie, LA 70006 to provide professional services for preparation of plans
and specifications for the design of a new drainage pump station for South
Avondale Homes Subdivision. (Council District 3)
SECTION 2. That in accordance with Ordinance No. 18571 adopted on August
5, 1992, the Administration shall negotiate a contract with the consultant
selected herein and said contract shall be submitted to the Council in complete
form, including all terms and conditions, for ratification by Council resolution
prior to execution of said contract.
SECTION 3. That Jefferson Parish shall not ratify an engineering agreement
for any work associated with this project until a funding source is established.
SECTION 4. That when a funding source is established for financing all
necessary services associated with this project, proper account lines will be
established.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126729
A resolution requesting the Administration to draft and to present to the Council
written policies and procedures for the screening and conduct of background
checks for all volunteer coaches and assistants involved with any and all
sports, teams, players, tournaments or other recreational activities conducted,
sponsored or hosted by the Parishs Department of Parks and Recreation or by
any other Parish department or agency. (Parishwide)
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL,
acting as governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby requests the Administration to draft and
to present to the Council written policies and procedures for the screening and
conduct of background checks for all volunteer coaches and assistants involved
with any and all sports, teams, players, tournaments or other recreational
activities conducted, sponsored or hosted by the Parishs Department of Parks
and Recreation or by any other Parish department or agency.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item # 51 on the
agenda of a resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of ______ received
on January 21, 2016 in the total amount of $_________ for construction of
a Gretna Boat Launch on the Mississippi River (foot of Huey P. Long Ave.,
Gretna, LA), Proposal No. 50-115152 be and is hereby deferred until April
6, 2016. (Council District 1) (Approved by Mr. Templet at the request of the
Administration) (Deferred from 3/2/16)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126730
A resolution ratifying an agreement with Kyle Associates, LLC for professional
engineering and consulting services to provide design and construction phase
services for Improvements to the Mississippi & 21st Street Lift Station and Force
Main at a cost of $81,888.00 with the cost not to exceed ten (10) percent without
an amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution; Sewerage
Capital Improvement Program Project No. D5599 (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, on July 22, 2015, by virtue of Resolution No.125310, the Jefferson
Parish Council selected the firm of Kyle Associates, LLC for professional
engineering and consulting services for Mississippi & 21st Street Lift Station
and Force Main; and
WHEREAS, the scope of work includes the installation of variable frequency
drive pumps and control panels, new wet well, valve pit, installation of a new
force main and other miscellaneous improvements; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated a lump sum
basic services fee of $61,538.00 and a supplemental services fee of $20,350.00
for a total contract amount of $81,888.00.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the terms of the agreement
with Kyle Associates, LLC for professional engineering and consulting services
to provide design phase services for the Improvements to the Mississippi & 21st
Street Lift Station and Force Main at a total cost of $81,888.00.
SECTION 2. That the fee in the amount of $81,888.00 will be funded from
Account No. 44940-4023-7451 (49412.016).
SECTION 3. That the fixed amount of compensation stated in the contract shall
not be exceeded by a factor of more than ten (10) percent without an amendment
to the contract authorized by Council resolution.
SECTION 4. That the engineer is authorized to perform these services with
support from BFM Corporation, Gulf South Engineering, Testing Inc., and
Pivotal Engineering.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126731
A resolution ratifying the execution of Amendment No. 2 between Jefferson

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Parish and the University of New Orleans Research and Technology Foundation
to rehabilitate and consolidate lift stations at Causeway & West Esplanade North
and Causeway & West Esplanade Avenue South, to add to the existing scope of
work and to establish a new sub-award termination date of August 31, 2016 with
no change to the federal or local match; Sewerage Capital Improvement Program
Project No. D5590 (Council District No. 5).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 118291 Jefferson Parish entered
into a sub-award agreement with the University of New Orleans Research
and Technology Foundation (Foundation) which operates under the Lake
Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Act of 2000 to rehabilitate Causeway & West
Esplanade Avenue North and Causeway & West Esplanade Avenue South Lift
Stations, SCIP D5590; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123181, Jefferson Parish and the
University of New Orleans Research and Technology Foundation entered into
Amendment No. 1 to the Sub-Award Agreement to extend the agreement for an
additional year; and
WHEREAS, upon completion of the existing scope of work it was noted that
portion of the federal grant money was left unused; and
WHEREAS, a revised work plan adding to the existing scope of work has been
approved by the funding agency; and
WHEREAS, additional scope of work will fully utilize any unused grants; and
WHEREAS, EPA granted the University of New Orleans Research and
Technology Foundation a no-cost time extension for the project; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Parish to utilize the remaining grant
amount and establish a new sub-award termination date of August 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Parish to utilize the remaining grant
amount and extend this sub-award agreement by establishing a new sub-award
termination date of August 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, there is no change in the federal funding of $150,000.00 or local
match of $15,000.00.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Sub-Award
Agreement Amendment No. 2 with the University of New Orleans Research
and Technology Foundation which authorizes a new work plan and establishes
a new sub-award termination date of August 31, 2016, with no increase to
federal funding of $150,000.00 or local match of $15,000.00 for Rehabilitation
of Causeway & West Esplanade Avenue North and Causeway & West Esplanade
Avenue South Lift Stations, SCIP D5590.
SECTION 2. That federal and local funds will continue to be budgeted to
account number 44940-4023-7451 (49410.005).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice Chairman, be authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. LeeSheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126732
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2 to the agreement with CDM Smith Inc.
dated July 27, 2012 for design and supplemental services for the rehabilitation of
the Pailet Pump Station to establish a new contract termination date of July 27,
2017 at no additional cost. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and CDM Smith Inc. dated July 27, 2012, authorized by Resolution No. 119183
dated June 27, 2012, as amended by Amendment No. 1, to provide Professional
Engineering Services relative to the design of Rehabilitation of Pailet Pump
Station; and
WHEREAS, the design is complete and construction will begin in 2016; and
WHEREAS, the engineering agreement will expire on July 27, 2016, and in order
for the engineer to provide construction administration and record drawings it is
necessary to extend the agreement for a period of one year.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 2 to the
agreement with CDM Smith, Inc. dated July 27, 2012 for design and supplemental
services for the rehabilitation of the Pailet Pump Station to establish a new
contract termination date of July 27, 2017.
SECTION 2. That the cost of the contract remains unchanged and all engineering
fees will continue to be charged to account number 45210-4037-7451(52110.023),
Contract No. 55-0012832.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126733
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 5 to the existing Engineering Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Meyer Engineers, Ltd. (Contract 55-11244
dated July 26, 2010) for the design and construction of Improvements to Parc des
Families extending the agreement for one (1) year to establish a new contract
termination date of July 26, 2017. (Council District 1).
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement (Contract 55-11244) between the Parish
of Jefferson, and Meyer Engineers, Ltd., dated July 26, 2010, as authorized by
Resolution No. 114750 dated June 9, 2010 to provide professional services related
to the design of improvements to Parc des Familles, to include the installation of
an elevated boardwalk, a pavilion, and a parking area; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 1, approved August 8, 2012 as per Resolution 119370,
added $139,920.00 and one year to contract making new termination date of July
26, 2014; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 2, approved September 18, 2013 as per Resolution
121643, added $89,495.00 with no additional time; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 3, approved July 31, 2014 as per Resolution 123099,
added one year to contract making new termination date of July 26, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 4, approved April 15, 2015 as per Resolution 124775,
added one year to contract making new termination date of July 26, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Agreement with the Engineer will expire on July 26, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to extend the Agreement for one (1) year in order to
allow the Engineer to continue to provide services for extending roadway and
utility improvements using State funds making a new termination date of July
26, 2017.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 5 to the existing Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and
Meyer Engineers, Ltd. (Contract 55-11244 dated July 26, 2010) for the design
and construction of Improvements to Parc des Families extending the agreement
for one (1) year to establish a new contract termination date of July 26, 2017.
SECTION 2. That all other terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement
dated July 26, 2010, except as specifically modified by Amendment No. 1, 2, 3, 4
and 5, shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to
execute any and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this
resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126734
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3 which amends the existing agreement
with CB&I Coastal, Inc. for professional engineering services related to the
design and construction administration of drainage improvements in the general
vicinity of Clearview Parkway and Mounes Street, Public Works Project No.
2009-030-DR, to establish a new termination date of July 20, 2018 at no increase
to the contract fee. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and
CB&I Coastal, Inc. (formerly Shaw Coastal, Inc.) dated July 20, 2010, authorized
by Resolution 114753, modified by Amendment No. 1 and Amendment No. 2,
to perform all necessary professional services in connection with the project
defined as Clearview Parkway and Mounes Street Drainage Improvements; and

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WHEREAS, the project is on hold awaiting funding for construction; and


WHEREAS, the agreement will expire on July 20, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to extend the contract
for a period of two years to July 20, 2018 to provide the engineer sufficient time
to provide bidding and construction administration services as defined in the
agreement, once construction funding is appropriated.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 3 which
amends the existing agreement with CB&I Coastal, Inc. for professional
engineering services related to the design and construction administration of
Clearview Parkway and Mounes Street Drainage Improvements, Public Works
Project No. 2009-030-DR to establish a new termination date of July 20, 2018.
SECTION 2. That the value of the engineering agreement remains at
$250,611.00.
SECTION 3. That the cost of these services is being charged to Budget Account
No. 45170-4033-7451(51706.002), Contract 55-00011220.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 126735
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Hartman Engineering, Inc. dated July 3, 2014, for
engineering services related to the Rehabilitation of Existing Trickling Filters
at the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant, to provide additional services for
Projects 1 & 2, which increases the total value of the contract by $78,304.00
from $294,021.70 to $372,325.70; Sewerage Capital Improvement Program
Project No. D2132 (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated July 3, 2014, between
Jefferson Parish and Hartman Engineering, Inc., as authorized by Resolution
No. 122988 dated June 11, 2014, for the Rehabilitation of Existing Trickling
Filters at the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant; and
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen site conditions, additional construction
administration services and resident inspection were required during
construction of Project 1 which was beyond that anticipated during the design
phase; and
WHEREAS, design services for installing the SCADA system and associated
electrical components were required for Project 2 which was beyond the original
scope of work; and
WHEREAS, additional resident inspection services is required for Project 2
due to unforeseen site conditions; and
WHEREAS, construction of Project 1 is now complete and Project 2 is now
under construction; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated an additional
construction administration fee of $20,731.00, additional sub-consultant
management fee of $2,073.00 for Project 1, a design fee of $4,500.00 for Project
2 and an additional resident inspection fee of $51,000.00 for Project 1 and 2; and
WHEREAS, the total cost of the contract will therefore increase from
$294,021.70 to $372,325.70.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 1, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Hartman Engineering,
Inc. dated July 3, 2014, for engineering services related to the Rehabilitation
of Existing Trickling Filters at the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant, to
provide additional services for Projects 1 and 2, which increases the total value
of the contract by $78,304.00 from $294,021.70 to $372,325.70.
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with the additional engineering services
are to be charged to Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Account No.
44940-4023-7451 (49420.018), Contract No. 55-14370.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated July 3, 2014, except as specifically modified by this Amendment No. 1,
shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126736
A resolution authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the Engineering Agreement
with Kyle Associates, LLC under contract number 55-14354, dated June
25, 2014, which provides an increase of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00),
for a total contract cap of $299,900.00, representing a 1.7% increase of the
previous contract amount of $294,900.00, and provides a six (6) month time
extension, extending the term from June 25, 2016 through December 25, 2016
for additional professional services related to the development of a wetland
delineation of the Fairfield area to perform the tasks necessary to complete and
submit a report, summarizing the technical data assembled to the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, requesting a Jurisdictional Determination for the property,
and tracking the project through the Jurisdictional Determination process for
the Department of Environmental Affairs. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 122885, adopted by the Parish Council on May
14, 2014, ratified the Engineering Agreement with Kyle Associates, LLC, dated
June 25, 2014, to provide engineering services to perform the tasks necessary
to develop a wetland delineation of the Fairfield area, an approximately 5,000
acre area of unimproved land on the west bank of Jefferson Parish, including
field data collection, report preparation, and submittal of same to the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers for approval; and
WHEREAS, the report is nearing completion, and will be submitted to the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers with a request for a Jurisdictional Determination,
and project will be tracked by Kyle Associates, LLC through the Jurisdictional
Determination process; and
WHEREAS, additional compensation of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) is
warranted as multiple sites had access issues that had to be coordinated with
landowner representatives, such as gate openings and other access issues, which
caused delays and extra driving to locations outside of Jefferson Parish to pick
up and drop off keys; and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires to extend the Engineering Agreement with Kyle
Associates, LLC for six (6) months, to provide continued engineering assistance
with report completion, submittal and tracking through the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers Jurisdictional Determination process.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the Vice
Chair is hereby authorized to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Engineering
Agreement with Kyle Associates, LLC under contract number 55-14354, dated
June 25, 2014, which provides an increase of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00),
for a total contract cap of $299,900.00, representing a 1.7% increase of the
previous contract amount of $294,900.00, and provides a six (6) month time
extension, extending the term from June 25, 2016 through December 25, 2016
for additional professional services related to the development of a wetland
delineation of the Fairfield area to perform the tasks necessary to complete and
submit a report, summarizing the technical data assembled to the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, requesting a Jurisdictional Determination for the property,
and tracking the project through the Jurisdictional Determination process for
the Department of Environmental Affairs.
SECTION 2. That the services authorized by this amendment in the amount of
$5,000.00 will be funded from Account No. 45210-4037-7454(52110.001).
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the Vice-Chair
is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126737
A resolution authorizing Amendment No.1 to the contracts with Ceres

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Environmental Services, Inc., and Gulf Equipment Corporation d/b/a Crowder


Gulf (RP-301) for disaster debris collection, processing and disposal services
to extend the contracts for one (1) additional year under the same terms and
conditions for the Department of Environmental Affairs. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish entered into two contracts for disaster debris collection,
processing and disposal services with Ceres and Crowder Gulf in 2014; and
WHEREAS, both contracts can be extended for two (2) additional one (1) year
terms under the same terms and conditions with concurrence of the firms; and
WHEREAS, these firms have concurred with this extension; and
WHEREAS, these pre-placed emergency services were not needed during the
2014 or 2015 hurricane seasons; therefore no work was performed under these
contracts; and
WHEREAS, these contracts were procured under FEMA and GOHSEP
procurement guidelines and the costs are reasonable; and
WHEREAS, costs for these services are eligible for at least 75% federal
reimbursement.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 with Ceres Environmental Inc., for
disaster debris collection, processing and disposal services to extend the terms
for one year under the same terms and conditions is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That Amendment No. 1 with Gulf Equipment Corporation d/b/a
Crowder Gulf, for disaster debris collection, processing and disposal services
to extend the terms for one year under the same terms and conditions is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with these services be charged to
Consolidated Garbage District 1 Disaster, Account No. 22390-3340-7690.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the ViceChairman is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126738
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 to an Agreement with Leader
Construction, Inc., to assist Jefferson Community Action Programs
(JeffCAP) with the Weatherization Assistance Program under RFP No. 0328.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124074, adopted on the 10th day of
December, 2014, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Purchasing
Department to advertise for Request for Proposals to assist Jefferson Community
Action Programs (JeffCAP) with the Weatherization Assistance Program under
RFP No. 0328;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish and JeffCAP desired to use the RFP process
rather than the normal bid process to select a highly qualified firm due to
the fact that the Weatherization program is a federally funded grant program
that involves highly technical aspects and to ensure compliance of all grant
mandates because the program is monitored and is subject to audit by federal,
state and local authorities.
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124878 adopted May 13, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council selected Leader Construction, Inc. to assist Jefferson
Community Action Programs (JeffCAP) with the Weatherization Assistance
Program, and;
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125054, adopted on the 10th day of
June, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized an agreement between
Jefferson Parish and Leader Construction, Inc.;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 to the agreement with Leader Construction,
Inc. to assist Jefferson Community Action Programs (JeffCAP) with the
Weatherization Assistance Program under RFP No. 0328 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21060-1050-222-XXXX-10679-XXX
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126739
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 19 to the Engineering Agreement
with Hartman Engineering, Inc. dated November 21, 1995, for Planning and
Engineering Services related to Phase II-C and Phase II-D Compliance Order
Services and Long Term Sanitary Sewer Planning, SCIP No. D6800, to establish
a new contract termination date of June 30, 2018 with the total contract cap to
remain at $8,824,606.00 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Hartman Engineering, Inc. dated November 21, 1995, as
ratified by Resolution No. 80852 dated November 15, 1995 and as amended
by Amendments No. 1 through No. 18 for Planning and Engineering Services
related to Sewer Infiltration and Inflow Management Systems and services
related to Phase II-C and Phase II-D Miscellaneous Engineering Services; and
WHEREAS, on July 18, 2002 the Parish of Jefferson submitted to the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the Parish-Wide Inflow/Infiltration
Management Program for sewer system overflow reduction which is partially
funded by EPA Grant No. XP986294-01-0; and
WHEREAS, on November 7, 2005 the Parish of Jefferson submitted to the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) an amendment to the original grant;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish Sewer I/I Management Plan, pre-approved by EPA,
proposed a long-term five-phase program; and
WHEREAS, the five phase program has been adopted by the Jefferson Parish
Council under Resolution No. 96867; and
WHEREAS, Hartman Engineering, Inc. has completed Phase I-A, Phase I-B,
Phase I-C, Phase II-A and Phase II-B; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 14 appropriated $500,000.00 for Phase II-C; and
WHEREAS, Phase II-C is an ongoing effort and must continue; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson requires assistance with implementing its
Compliance Order activities; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson requires assistance with managing its
sanitary sewer overflows and back-ups, and long term sanitary sewer planning;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson intends to continue the Sewer I/I
Management Plan; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Sewerage has determined that Phase II-D
Compliance Order Services and Long Term Sanitary Sewer Planning, should
be implemented; and
WHEREAS, Amendment 16 authorized that unused funds of $228,094.71 will
be reprogrammed to conduct Phase II-D Compliance Order Services and Long
Term Sanitary Sewer Planning; and
WHEREAS, the current expiration date of this contract is June 30, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to extend the current agreement to June 30, 2018
and task orders issue on an as-needed basis to complete the work under Phase
II-D; and
WHEREAS, there will be no change to the total contract fee which will remain
at $8,824,606.00.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 19 to the Engineering Agreement with Hartman Engineering, Inc. dated
November 21, 1995, for Planning and Engineering Services related to Sewer
Infiltration and Inflow Management Systems and services related to Phase II-C
and Phase II-D Compliance Order Services and Long Term Sanitary Sewer
Planning - Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project No. D6800, to
establish a new contract termination date of June 30, 2018 with no increase in
the total contract amount of $8,824,606.00.
SECTION 2. That the cost for this project will continue to be charged to
Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Budget Account No. 44940-40237451 (49410.001), Contract No. 55-4784.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

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On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126740
A resolution authorizing the Chairwoman or, in her absence, the Vice-Chairman
of the Jefferson Parish Council to execute EPA Cooperative Agreement
BR-01F04801, Sub Award No. 58558N by a Subaward Agreement with the
University of New Orleans Research and Technology Foundation Inc., from
the Environmental Protection Agencys Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration
Program, in the amount of twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000.00) for a term
of October 1, 2015 through August 31, 2018, to design an approximate 200
linear foot boardwalk into the man-made vegetated wetland area adjacent to the
Bucktown Harbor and Marina for the Department of Environmental Affairs.
(Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the Cooperative Agreement, in an amount of twenty-two thousand
dollars ($22,000.00), with a 10% in-kind match of twenty-two hundred dollars
($2,200.00), for a total of twenty-four thousand, two hundred dollars ($24,200.00)
was awarded to Jefferson Parish on September 2, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the term of the Cooperative Agreement is October 1, 2015 through
August 31, 2018; and
WHEREAS, the Cooperative Agreement will allow the Parish to work with
a consultant and/or other Parish Departments to design an approximate 200
linear foot boardwalk into the man-made vegetated wetland area adjacent to the
Bucktown Harbor and Marina; and
WHEREAS, the objective of this project is to allow a convenient means of
access into the wetland area by students, educators and the general public in
order to learn about wetland vegetation and wildlife in an urban setting; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jeffersons goal is to continue to promote and facilitate
projects that are in keeping with the goal of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin
Foundation to help build support for protection and restoration of wetlands by
facilitating birdwatching and ecotourism.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chairwoman or, in her absence, the Vice-Chairman of the
Jefferson Parish Council is authorized to execute EPA Cooperative Agreement
BR-01F04801, Sub Award No. 58558N by a Subaward Agreement with the
University of New Orleans Research and Technology Foundation Inc., from
the Environmental Protection Agencys Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration
Program, in the amount of twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000.00) for a term
of October 1, 2015 through August 31, 2018, to design an approximate 200
linear foot boardwalk into the man-made vegetated wetland area adjacent to the
Bucktown Harbor and Marina for the Department of Environmental Affairs.
SECTION 2. That Jefferson Parish shall contribute the required 10% match in
the amount of twenty-two hundred dollars ($2,200.00) with in-kind services
such as Environmental Affairs Department staff time and resources, for a total
Cooperative Agreement amount of twenty-four thousand, two hundred dollars
($24,200.00). Project and sub-project numbers will be assigned once the grant
agreement is executed.
SECTION 3. That the Director of the Department of Enviornmental Affairs is
hereby authorized to execute and submit any and all reports and requests for
payment in reference to this grant agreement.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126741
A resolution rescinding Resolution No. 125599 and ratifying the attached Hold
Harmless Agreements between Jefferson Parish and the Roman Catholic Church
of the Archdiocese of New Orleans for the use of their various facilities. (Council
Districts 2, 3, 4, and 5)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125599, adopted the 26th day of August, 2015,
ratified Hold Harmless Agreements for a period of two years in favor of the
Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans for the following
facilities: Archbishop Rummel High School; St. Catherine of Siena Roman
Catholic Church; St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church; St. Edward the
Confessor Roman Catholic Church; St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church;
St. Mary Magdalen Roman Catholic Church; St. Matthew the Apostle Roman
Catholic Church; St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church; and Christ the King
Elementary School for use of the facilities by the Department of Parks and
Recreation sports teams; and
WHEREAS, this Resolution needs to be rescinded, as the Parish and the
Archdiocese have made various revisions of the agreements, including changes
to certain insurance requirements, and the new Agreements need to ratified to
reflect these changes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of the Parish:
SECTION 1. That Resolution No.125599 adopted on the 26th day of August,
2015, is hereby rescinded.
SECTION 2. That the attached Hold Harmless Agreements between Jefferson
Parish and the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans for
the use of their various facilities including Archbishop Rummel High School;
St. Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church; St. Clement of Rome Catholic
Church; St. Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church; St. Francis Xavier
Roman Catholic Church; St. Mary Magdalen Roman Catholic Church; St.
Matthew the Apostle Roman Catholic Church; St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic
Church; and Christ the King Elementary School are hereby ratified.
SECTION 3. That there are no direct costs associated with these agreements.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, is authorized to execute any and all documents required to carry out
the provisions of this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126742
A resolution to reduce the speed limit on Lapalco Boulevard between U.S.
Highway 90 and Segnette Boulevard from 40 MPH to 25 MPH during the
Zurich Classic of New Orleans PGA Golf Tournament beginning April 25, 2016
to May 1, 2016 and to install directional signs on Parish rights-of-way. (Council
Districts 2 & 3)
WHEREAS, The Tournament Players Club Louisiana golf course located on
Lapalco Boulevard will be hosting the Zurich Classic of New Orleans PGA Golf
Tournament from April 25, 2016 to May 1, 2016 ; and
WHEREAS, in the interest of getting participants and spectators safely to
and from the golf course, the speed limit on Lapalco Boulevard between U.S.
Highway 90 and Segnette Boulevard will be reduced from 40 MPH to 25 MPH
and appropriate directional signage will be installed for the Zurich Classic of
New Orleans PGA Golf Tournament beginning April 25, 2016 to May 1, 2016.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the speed limit on Lapalco Boulevard between U.S. Highway
90 and Segnette Boulevard be reduced from 40 MPH to 25 MPH and appropriate
directional signage will be installed on a temporary basis beginning April 25,
2016 to May 1, 2016.
SECTION 2. That the Traffic Engineering Division of the Department of
Engineering is hereby authorized and directed to install the appropriate signs in
accordance with this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126743
A resolution authorizing the execution of Amendment Number 1 to the
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and the
Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc. under which Jefferson Parish will reimburse the
Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc. an additional Five Thousand dollars ($5,000.00)
for expenses associated with the staging of the 2016 Italian Heritage Festival.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson

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and Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc. was entered into and ratified by this Council
on March 2, 2016 by Resolution Number 126660; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by Art. 1. Sec. 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and general
welfare of the people; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: to sponsor a
three-day Italian Heritage Festival open to all citizens of Jefferson Parish that
will include live music, food vendors, childrens activities, historic photographs
and genealogy, to provide cultural enrichment, increased tourism, and economic
development; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefits
of an increase in economic development and promotion of the general welfare
and happiness of all Jefferson Parish citizens that is at least equivalent to the
additional Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) described in this Amendment;
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of
these parties working together; and
WHEREAS, PARISH desires to cooperate with Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc. in
the implementation of the project as provided.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That Amendment Number 1 to the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc.
under which Jefferson Parish will reimburse the Kenner Italian Heritage, Inc.
an additional amount up to Five Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($5,000.00) for
expenses associated with the staging of the 2016 Italian Heritage Fest, is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 2: That $5,000.00 shall be charged to Account No. 22520-35527680.193.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered, as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 126744
A resolution ratifying an Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the Office of the Justice of the Peace for the Jefferson Parish Second
Justice Court for the purchase of office equipment and supplies for the use and
assistance in the operations and duties of said Justice of the Peaces Office, for a
cost not to exceed $10,000.00. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish (hereinafter referred to as Parish) and the
Office of the Justice of the Peace for the Jefferson Parish Second Justice Court
(hereinafter referred to as Justice) are authorized to enter into this agreement
pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality or political
subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof, to make agreements
between or among themselves to engage jointly in police, fire and health
protection; and
WHEREAS, the Parish, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter Article 1, Section
1.01(5) has the authority to provide law enforcement services to all citizens of
Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to allow the Parish and the
Justice to work together to provide enhanced law enforcement for Jefferson
Parish residents; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
the value of increased law enforcement services for Jefferson Parish citizens
through the purchase of office equipment and supplies to assist the Second
Justice Court Justice of the Peace in its duties and responsibilities, which is at
least equivalent to the Ten Thousand dollars ($10,000.00) provided for in this
Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement
with Justice to assist Justice in his law enforcement efforts and in the performance
of the duties and responsibilities of the Justice by providing $10,000.00 for the
purchase of office equipment and supplies for said purposes; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of
these agencies working together; and
WHEREAS, the Justice shall continue to provide law enforcement services
within the jurisdiction of the Second Justice Court.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council
acting in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson Parish
and the Justice of the Peace for the Jefferson Parish Second Justice Court for
the purchase of office equipment and supplies for law enforcement operations
and other responsibilities and duties of the Justice for a cost not to exceed
$10,000.00 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this Agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 22060-2810-7680.119.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
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SECTION 1: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized


to issue purchase orders for the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts
and repairs from Chauvin Bros. Tractor for an amount not to exceed thirty
thousand dollars ($30,000.00).
SECTION 2: That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 635003962-7231.2. Account Name: Purchased Services Auto Parts.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126747
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to issue purchase orders for
the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts and repairs, from Kenworth of
South Louisiana LLC, in an amount not to exceed expenditures of fifty thousand
dollars ($50,000.00), for the Department of Fleet Management (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Kenworth of South Louisiana LLC is the original manufacturer of
Kenworth truck brand; and
WHEREAS Kenworth of South Louisiana LLC is the manufacturer and sole
source provider for parts and repairs on Kenworth truck brand.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Fleet Management of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue purchase orders for the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts and
repairs from Kenworth of South Louisiana LLC for an amount not to exceed
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00).
SECTION 2: That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 635003962-7231.2. Account Name: Purchased Services Auto Parts.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126748
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
the Parish of Jefferson and Southeast Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association
to sponsor an annual rabies vaccine campaign to include volunteer veterinarians
providing rabies vaccinations to cats and dogs on Sunday April 3, 2016 at
facilities designated by the Parish for a maximum total cost of Four Thousand
Eight Hundred ($4,800.00). (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, PARISH desires, as authorized in the Jefferson Parish Charter
1.01(14), to cooperate with the Association in the implementation of the Project;
and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is: to sponsor an annual
rabies vaccine campaign to include volunteer veterinarians providing rabies
vaccinations to cats and dogs on Sunday, April 3, 2016 at facilities designated
by the Parish, promoting the public health services initiative in Jefferson Parish;
and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 7-74, the
Parish is responsible for conducting an annual rabies vaccine campaign as a
public health service; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving an increase in
vaccinated cats and dogs promoting public health in Jefferson Parish which is at
least equivalent to the consideration of $4,800.00 described in this Agreement;
and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the residents of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts
of these two agencies working to assist in the furtherance of humane animal
control.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Parish of Jefferson and Southeast Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association to
sponsor an annual rabies vaccine campaign to include volunteer veterinarians
providing rabies vaccinations to cats and dogs on Sunday April 3, 2016 at
facilities designated by the Parish is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the total cost shall not exceed Four Thousand Eight Hundred
Dollars ($4,800.00).
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this Agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 21710-2200-7331.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The above resolution was declared adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126745
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to issue purchase orders
for the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts and repairs, from Siddons
Martin/Martin Apparatus in an amount not to exceed one hundred and fifty
thousand Dollars ($150,000.00) for the Department of Fleet Management
(Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Siddons-Martin/Martin Apparatus is the original manufacturer of
Pierce Fire Trucks used by the Jefferson Parish Fire Department; and
WHEREAS, Siddons-Martin/Martin Apparatus, Inc. is the manufacturer and
sole source provider for parts and repairs on Pierce Fire Trucks.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Fleet Management of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue purchase orders for the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts and
repairs, from Siddons-Martin/Martin Apparatus, Inc. for in an amount not to
exceed one hundred and fifty thousand Dollars ($150,000.00).
SECTION 2: That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 635003962-7231.2. Account Name: Purchased Services Auto Parts.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126749
A resolution increasing the cap by $30,000.00 for a total contract cap of
$305,000.00 for Annual Contract No. 55-14407, Bid No. 50-110075, with MuleDurel, Inc., to provide a two (2) year contract for bond paper and accessories
for all Jefferson Parish departments, agencies and municipalities, authorized by
Resolution No. 123134, adopted July 23, 2014. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the original cap of the contract was set at $250,000.00 for the two
year contract period (8/9/2014 8/8/2016); and,
WHEREAS, this is a Parishwide contract and the original cap of $250,000.00
has been met; and,
WHEREAS, Purchasing has increased the cap by 10% per Resolution No.
123134 adopted July 23, 2014; and,
WHEREAS, the contract does not expire until August 8, 2016 and should
be made available for departments parishwide to purchase bond paper and
accessories under this contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the cap for Annual Contract No. 55-14407, Bid No. 50-110075,
with Mule-Durel Inc., to provide a two (2) year contract for bond paper and
accessories for all Jefferson Parish departments, agencies and municipalities,
authorized by Resolution No. 123134, adopted July 23, 2014, be and is hereby
increased.
SECTION 2. That the contract cap shall be increased by $30,000.00 for a total
contract cap of $305,000.00.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents in connection with this resolution.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7210, Office Supplies, of the user department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 16th day of March, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126746
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to issue purchase orders
for the purchase of small and heavy equipment parts and repairs, from Chauvin
Bros. Tractor, in an amount not to exceed expenditures of thirty thousand
dollars ($30,000.00), for the Department of Fleet Management (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Chauvin Bros. Tractor is the original manufacturer of Bad Boy
Mowers; and
WHEREAS Chauvin Bros. Tractor is the manufacturer and sole source provider
for parts and repairs on Bad Boy Mowers.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Fleet Management of said Parish:

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng , the following


resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126750
A resolution increasing the cap for Annual Contract No. 55-14710, Bid No. 50111730, with TNT Construction Group, LLC, to provide a two (2) year contract
for concrete street maintenance, for the Department of Public Works - Streets,
authorized by Resolution No. 124544, adopted March 25, 2015. The contract cap
shall be increased by $3,500,000.00 for a total contract cap of $10,100,000.00.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the original contract cap was set at $6,000,000.00 for the two year
contract period (3/26/15-3/25/17); and,
WHEREAS, the contract cap was increased by the authorized 10% of the
original contract amount of $6,000,000.00, for an increase of $600,000.00 for a
new contract cap of $6,600,000.00; and,

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WHEREAS, the contract cap shall be increased by $3,500,000.00, for a total


contract cap of $10,100,000.00 to ensure sufficient funding is available until the
expiration date of this contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the cap for Annual Contract No. 55-14710, Bid No. 50111730, with TNT Construction Group, LLC, to provide a two (2) year contract
for concrete street maintenance, for the Department of Public Works - Streets,
authorized by Resolution No. 124544, adopted March 25, 2015, be and is hereby
increased.
SECTION 2. That the contract cap was increased by the authorized 10% of the
original contract amount of $6,000,000.00, for an increase of $600,000.00 for a
new contract cap of $6,600,000.00 and this resolution will increase the contract
cap by $3,500,000.00, for a total contract cap of $10,100,000.00.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents in connection with this resolution.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7344.9, Paving of the User Department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126751
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for submittals of Statements
of Qualifications from professional firms interested in providing Laboratory
Services for inspection of materials and equipment on an as-needed basis, for
the Department of Public Works, for projects in the Parish of Jefferson, who are
not one of the five (5) persons or firms approved by Resolution No. 125358, dated
August 12, 2015 and who are not one of the two (2) persons or firms approved by
Resolution No. 126034, dated December 9, 2015. (PARISHWIDE)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 124662, adopted on March 25, 2015, authorized
the Parish Clerk to advertise for statements of qualifications associated with
providing laboratory services for inspection of materials and equipment on an
as-needed basis, for the Department of Public Works, for projects in the Parish
of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125358 dated August 12, 2015 approved five
(5) firms to provide these laboratory services for inspection of materials and
equipment; and
WHEREAS, individual agreements were executed with the approved firms to
provide the authorized services for a period of two (2) years, from September 12,
2015 till September 11, 2017; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125555, adopted on August 26, 2015, authorized
the Parish Clerk to advertise for statements of qualifications associated with
providing laboratory services for inspection of materials and equipment on an
as-needed basis, for the Department of Public Works, for projects in the Parish
of Jefferson for the period beginning on the latter date of September 11, 2015 or
the date of execution of an agreement and ending on September 11, 2017, who
are not one of the five (5) persons or firms approved by Resolution No. 125358,
dated August 12, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 126034 dated December 9, 2015 approved two
(2) firms to provide these laboratory services for inspection of materials and
equipment; and
WHEREAS, individual agreements will be executed with the approved firms
to provide the authorized services beginning on the date of execution of an
agreement and ending on September 11, 2017; and
WHEREAS, it is the intent of this resolution to provide an opportunity for
additional firms to be approved to provide laboratory services for inspection of
materials and equipment on an as-needed basis, for the Department of Public
Works, for projects in the Parish of Jefferson for the second year of the original
two year period, which commenced on September 12, 2015 and terminates on
September 11, 2017; and
WHEREAS, the five (5) persons or firms previously approved by Resolution No.
125358 and the two (2) persons or firms previously approved by Resolution No.
126034 should not respond to this advertisement; and
WHEREAS, as the Laboratory Services are utilized to supplement construction
engineering and inspection services, the Technical Evaluation Committee has
the expertise required to properly evaluate the statements of qualifications.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Clerk is hereby authorized to advertise for
submittals of Statements of Qualifications from professional firms interested in
providing laboratory services for inspection of materials and equipment on an
as-needed basis, for the Department of Public Works, for projects in the Parish
of Jefferson for the second year of the two year period, which commenced on
September 12, 2015 and terminates on September 11, 2017, who are not one of the
five (5) persons or firms approved by Resolution No. 125358, dated August 12,
2015 and who are not one of the two (2) persons or firms approved by Resolution
No. 126034, dated December 9, 2015.
SECTION 2. The following ranking criteria will be used to evaluate the
submittals:
1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for laboratory testing services for inspection of materials and equipment - 35
points.
2) Size of firm, considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform laboratory testing tasks, including drafting of reports 10
points.
3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the factors
of current unfinished workload, and person or firms available professional and
support personnel - 20 points.
4) Past Performance by person or firm on Parish contracts - 10 points (Assertions
of fault by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and
or design inadequacies in prior work completed for the Parish shall be evidenced
by substantiating documentation provided by the Director of Public Works for
the requesting department or the Director of Engineering).
5) Location of the principal office where work will be performed - 15 points
(Preference shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office
at which the work will be performed as follows: (A) Jefferson Parish, including
municipalities located within Jefferson Parish (15 Points); (B) Neighboring
Parishes of the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes
Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12
Points); (C) Parishes other than the foregoing (10 Points); (D) Outside the State
of Louisiana (6 Points).).
6) Adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the Parish prevailed, or any ongoing
adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, excluding those instances or cases where
the person or firm was added as an indispensible party, or where the person
or firm participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim
- 15 points (In the event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and
detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the
absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive
with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.).
7) Prior successful completion of projects requiring laboratory testing services
for which firm has provided verifiable references - 15 points.
SECTION 3. That the minimum requirements for selection is as follows: 1)
Persons or firms under consideration shall have at least one (1) principal who is
a licensed, registered professional engineer in the State of Louisiana; 2) Persons
or firms under consideration shall have a professional in charge of the project
who is a licensed, registered professional engineer in the State of Louisiana with
a minimum of five (5) years experience; 3) Persons or firms under consideration
shall have (1) employee who is a licensed, registered professional engineer in the
State of Louisiana in the applicable discipline involved.
SECTION 4. That the Technical Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the
statements of qualifications.
SECTION 5. That the fee for laboratory services for inspection of materials
and equipment on an as-needed basis be charged to account 7451 of the user
department.
SECTION 6. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
is authorized to execute any and all documents to give full force and effect to
this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126752
A resolution authorizing an Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative Endeavor

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Agreement between Jefferson Parish and the City of Harahan Fire Department,
City of Kenner Fire Department, and City of Westwego Volunteer Fire Company
No.1 for the continued use of sixty-one (61) Minitor V. Pagers and eighteen (18)
Charger Amplifiers for firefighting response operations. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 120478, adopted on February 27,
2013, the Parish entered into Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the City
of Harahan Fire Department, City of Kenner Fire Department, and City of
Westwego Volunteer Fire Company No.1 and supplied sixty-one (61) Minitor V.
Pagers and eighteen (18) Charger Amplifiers for firefighting response operations
through the FY 2011 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) and FY 2010
Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant; and
WHEREAS, the original Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the City
of Harahan Fire Department expires on September 5, 2016, City of Kenner
Fire Department expires on June 19, 2016, and City of Westwego Volunteer
Fire Company No.1 expires on May 9, 2016, and Jefferson Parish desires a
continuation of that service; and
WHEREAS, this Amendment will authorize an additional three (3) years of
use for sixty-one (61) Minitor V. Pagers and eighteen (18) Charger Amplifiers
obtained through the FY 2011 State Homeland Security Program and FY
2010 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant, so that the respective Fire
Departments have the necessary equipment to provide enhanced firefighting
response operations through redundant communications; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the Parish and respective City are authorized to enter into this
agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality
or political subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof, to make
agreements between or among themselves for police, fire, and health protection;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
police protection, and traffic control services; develop and administer training,
communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has been designated as the recipient
of numerous grants from the Governors Office of Homeland Security and
Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), or other state or federal agencies, part of
the purpose of which is to place equipment with various agencies located within
Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to facilitate the distribution
of grant funds, or equipment acquired through grant funds, from the Jefferson
Parish Emergency Management Department to the appropriate end user agency;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the continued
benefit of enhanced firefighting response operations through redundant
communications.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council
acting in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 with the City of Harahan Fire Department,
City of Kenner Fire Department, and City of Westwego Volunteer Fire Company
No.1 for the use of sixty-one (61) Minitor V. Pagers and eighteen (18) Charger
Amplifiers to provide enhanced firefighting response operations through
redundant communications, is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there are no costs associated with this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 126753
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal of
Statements of Qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing
curator services to the Parish. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, from time to time, the Parish Attorneys Office is confronted with
legal issues and matters which require the services of a curator; and
WHEREAS, in these circumstances, the Parish may engage outside legal
counsel to assist it in addressing such issues and matters; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Parish to identify qualified and
experienced persons or law firms which may be engaged to act as a curator to
locate absentee persons from time to time as circumstances merit.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council Clerk is hereby authorized to advertise for the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested in
providing curator services to the Parish.
SECTION 2. That the following criteria, listed in order of importance, will be
used to evaluate the statement of the firms submitting, with only those persons
or firms receiving an overall cumulative score of at least seventy (70) percent
or greater, of the total possible points for all categories to be assigned by the
participating legal services evaluation committee members shall be deemed
qualified to perform curator services:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the outside legal services. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty-five
(35).)
(2) Size of firm and capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work
considering the number of professional and support personnel required to
perform the type of outside legal service tasks and the firms current unfinished
workload. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty (30).)
(3) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which the
work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including municipalities
located within Jefferson Parish (15 points); (2) Neighboring Parishes of
the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes Orleans,
Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12 points); (3)
Parishes other the foregoing (ten (10) points); (4) outside the State of Louisiana
(six (6) points). Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15).)
(4) Adversarial legal proceedings between the parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the parish prevailed, and excluding
those instances or cases where the person or firm was added as an indispensable
party, or where the person or firm participated in or assisted the public entity
in prosecution of its claim. In the event that the person or firm fails to provide
accurate and detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the parish,
including the absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed
unresponsive with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.
(Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15) for the lack of any such
adversarial proceedings as defined.)
(5) Past performance by person or firm on parish contracts. Assertions of
fault by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and/
or malfeasance in prior work completed for the parish shall be evidenced by
substantiating documentation provided by the parish attorney and received by
the chairman of the evaluation committee a minimum of two (2) weeks prior
to the scheduled date of the legal services evaluation committee meeting.
(Maximum points awarded shall be ten (10).)
(6) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of legal
services, as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable references.
(Maximum points to be awarded shall be five (5).)
SECTION 3. That the person or firm submitting a Statement of Qualifications
shall have the following minimum qualification: at least one Firm Representative,
as defined in Section 2-926 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, who is
licensed to practice law in the State of Louisiana, with a minimum of five (5)
years experience.
SECTION 4. The evaluation committee shall consist of the members of the
Legal Services Evaluation Committee.
SECTION 5. That the Legal Professional Services Questionnaire adopted on
August 26, 2015 be submitted by the person or firm interested in providing
various professional legal services to the Parish.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126754

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A resolution selecting persons or firms interested in providing necessary


services to perform administrative services to Jefferson Parish Hospital
Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson for the period post the closing of the
CEA between the Jefferson Parish Hospital Services District No. 1, Parish of
Jefferson and LCMC. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 126499, adopted the 157h day of
February, 2016, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to
advertise for submittals of Statements of Qualifications from firms and/or
individuals interested in providing necessary services to perform administrative
services to Jefferson Parish Hospital Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson
for the period post the closing of the CEA between the Jefferson Parish Hospital
Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson and LCMC; and
WHEREAS, the responses to Statements of Qualifications were received on the
10th day of March 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on the 14th day of March, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated March 15, 2016;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby select Nemzoff &
Company, LLC., 360 Covered Bridge Road, New Hope, PA. 18938 to provide
necessary services to perform administrative services to Jefferson Parish
Hospital Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson for the period post the
closing of the CEA between the Jefferson Parish Hospital Services District No.
1, Parish of Jefferson and LCMC.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with Nemzoff & Company, LLC., and said agreement shall be submitted to
the Council in complete form, including all terms and conditions, for approval,
authorization and ratification by Council Resolution prior to execution of said
agreement.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126755
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 between Jefferson Parish and East
Jefferson General Hospital for temporary sheltering, housing and quartering
of Jefferson Parish essential-duty personnel for the entire duration of a State
of Emergency to extend the term of the original Agreement for two (2) years.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123707, adopted on June 11, 2014,
the Parish and EJGH entered into that certain Agreement dated the 20th day
of August 2014, to provide temporary sheltering, housing and quartering of
Jefferson Parish essential-duty personnel for the entire duration of a State of
Emergency; and
WHEREAS, Parish and EJGH wish to amend the Agreement to extend the term
for an additional two years; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(c) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: to organize
and implement emergency preparation and safety initiatives in order to ensure
continuity of government and the rapid recovery of Jefferson Parish, through
addressing essential employee shelter needs in the event of disaster and/or a
Major (Category 3) Hurricane is predicted to strike Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
shelter for Parish essential employees at EJGH, which is at least equivalent to
the consideration described in this Amendment.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish;
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 between Jefferson Parish and East
Jefferson General Hospital to extend the term of the original Agreement for two
(2) years is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there are no costs associated with the Amendment.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 16th day of March, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 126756
A resolution authorizing the Director of Telecommunications and the Director
of Electronic Information Systems to sign agreements and orders with Cox
Communications Louisiana LLC for cable television service and equipment for
certain approved users and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Pursuant to Ordinance No. 22060, Jefferson Parish has a franchise
agreement with Cox Communications Louisiana LLC that provides for no cost
basic service to certain governmental entities; and
WHEREAS, the franchise agreement provides that enhanced service has a
separate per unit change; and
WHEREAS, due to the all-digital conversion, users are only receiving basic
service; and
WHEREAS, basic service does not include national news or weather channels;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to order enhanced service for certain users for
access to national news and weather channels which are useful during disasters
and other events involving government; and
WHEREAS, certain users may also need additional equipment and drops/outlet
in order to maintain service; and
WHEREAS, to obtain the enhanced service, equipment, and additional drops/
outlets as defined in the franchise agreement, new agreements are needed; and
WHEREAS, a pricing matrix is attached hereto as exhibit A.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Director of Telecommunications and the Director of
Electronic Information Systems are authorized to sign agreements and orders
with Cox Communications Louisiana LLC for enhanced television service,
equipment, and additional drops/outlets for certain approved users.
SECTION 2. That said authorization to sign shall expire with the Cox franchise
agreement on October 31, 2018.
SECTION 3. That Jefferson Parish is hereby authorized to pay Cox
Communications Louisiana LLC for expanded cable service, equipment, and
additional drops/outlets for certain approved users.
SECTION 4. That the payment of said expenses shall come from Budget
Account Nos. XXXXX-XXXX-XXX-7519 of the user department.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, is authorized to sign any and all documents to
enforce this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day of March, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24432 of an ordinance establishing the position of Administrator
of Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 1 is deferred to April 6, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS:
7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 16th day March 2016.

ORDINANCES INTRODUCED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUMMARY
AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONSIDERATION ON THEIR FINAL
ADOPTION ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2016, BEGINNING AT TEN
(10:00) OCLOCK A.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, JOSEPH S. YENNI
BUILDING, 1221 ELMWOOD PARK BOULEVARD, JEFFERSON, LA.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
Summaries of Ordinances were read in full and were introduced for publication
in Summary and Public Hearings for consideration for final adoption on
Wednesday, April 6, 2016, beginning at ten (10:00) oclock a.m. in the Council
Chambers, Joseph S. Yenni Building, 1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Jefferson,
Louisiana.
The following ordinances having been read are available for public inspection
in the Parish Clerks Office, Suite 6700, General Government Building, Gretna,

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La. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7
NAYS: None
ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on the 16th day of March, 2016.
SUMMARIES OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED THIS DAY ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
SUMMARY NO. 24452 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-19-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots TP and 4-J, Colonial Farms
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 4-E-1, Colonial Farms Subdivision,
in accordance with the plan by Landmark Surveying, Inc., dated 3-3-16, which
lots are owned by Westwego TEC, LLC, and approving and accepting the Final
Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24453 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-36-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Jefferson
Terrace Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1-A and 2-A, Square 7,
Jefferson Terrace Subdivision, with subdivision waivers, in accordance with the
plan by Richard B. Edwards, L.S., dated July 13, 2015, which lots are owned by
Beverly Ann Richard Dugas, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said
subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24454 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-142-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of portions of Lots LD-2, X, and
Y, Lafreniere Plantation Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot JW,
Lafreniere Plantation Subdivision, and the dedication of a 50-foot right-ofway, with an adequate public facilities waiver, in accordance with the plan by
Landmark Surveying, Inc., revised February 12, 2016, which lots are owned
by Jeffersonwoods, LLC, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said
subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24455 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-152-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Live Oaks
Place Subdivision, Tracts A-B, C, F, and G, Labarre Plantation Subdivision
(also known as portions of Lots 10, 11, 12, and 13, Ludger Fortier Plantation
Subdivision), Lots X, X-1, and X-2, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and
an undesignated portion (also known as portions of Lots 12 and 13) Labarre
Plantation Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into TractOH, Labarre Plantation
Subdivision, in accordance with the plan by Gandolfo Kuhn, LLC, dated October
26, 2015, which lots are owned by Ochsner Clinic Foundation, and approving
and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24456 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-14-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 18 and a portion of 19, Square
B, Metairie Golf View Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot18A, Square
B, Metairie Golf View Subdivision, with a subdivision waiver, in accordance
with the plan by Mandle-Edwards Surveying, Inc., L.S., dated March 24, 2015,
which lots are owned by Caroline Lacey Merrick Conway and Jason Randall
Conway, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision.
(Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24457 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-15-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 40-B, Ridgeway Terrace
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 40B1 and 40B2, Ridgeway Terrace
Subdivision, with a subdivision waiver, in accordance with the plan by Clint
M. Simoneaux, L.S., dated January 15, 2016, which lots are owned by Patricia
Tessitore and Don M. Richard, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of
said subdivision. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24458 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-21-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 1-4 and 33-34, Square 8,
Beverly Knoll Annex Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1A and 33A,
Square 8, Beverly Knoll Annex Subdivision, in accordance with the plan by
Gilbert, Kelly & Couturie, Inc., dated December 28, 2015, and approving and
accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24459 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-24-16-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 1-A (portion of original Lot
8), Cleary Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1-A-1 and 1-A-2, Cleary
Subdivision, with a subdivision waiver, in accordance with the plan by S.Z.S
Consultants, Inc., dated January 25, 2016, which lots are owned by Jeanne
Boyer Ott and Vance W. Ott, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said
subdivision. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24460 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, more particularly amending the zoning classification of Lot 108B2,
Square A, Cooperative Land Company Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA,
bounded by Rex Dr., the Mississippi River, Moss Ln., and Jefferson Hwy., from
R-1D Rural Residential District to R-1B Suburban Residential District. (Council
District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24461 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, more particularly amending the zoning classification of a portion of
existing Lot 4-J (portion of proposed Lot 4-E-1), Colonial Farms Subdivision,
bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Manguno Dr., Suzanne Dr., and Sauve Rd., Jefferson
Parish, LA, from R-3 Multiple-Family Residential District/CPZ Commercial
Parkway Overlay Zone to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District/CPZ.
(Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24462 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. W-7-16 amending Chapter 40,
Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending
the zoning classification of Lot A, Fairfield Plantation Subdivision, at the
intersection of Third Emanuel Street and River Road, Jefferson Parish, LA,
from R-2 Two-Family Residential District to OW-1 Office Warehouse District.
(Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24463 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-17-16 amending Chapter
40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the zoning classification of Pt. Lot 15A, Square C, Richland Gardens
Subdivision from R-1A Single-Family Residential District to GO-2 General
Offices/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone, and amending Chapter 25 of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending the future
land use classification of Pt. Lot 15A, Square C, Richland Gardens Subdivision
from LMR Low-Medium Density Residential to NMU Neighborhood MixedUse; Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded S. Clearview Pkwy., Highland Ave., Airline
Dr., and Utopia Dr. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24464 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-26-15 amending Chapter 40,
Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending
the zoning classification of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Live Oaks Place Subdivision,
Tracts A-B, C, F, and G, Labarre Plantation Subdivision (also known as portions
of Lots 10, 11, 12, and 13, Ludger Fortier Plantation Subdivision), Lots X, X-1,
and X-2, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and an undesignated portion (also
known as portions of Lots 12 and 13) Labarre Plantation Subdivision (proposed
Tract OH, Labarre Plantation Subdivision), Jefferson Parish, LA, from C-2
General Commercial District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone and M-1
Industrial District/CPZ to H-2 Medical Service District/CPZ, and amending
Chapter 25 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the future land use classification of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Live
Oaks Place Subdivision (portion of proposed Tract OH, Labarre Plantation
Subdivision), Jefferson Parish, LA, from NMU Neighborhood Mixed-Use to
HSP Hospital; bounded by Jefferson Hwy., the Public Belt Railroad, Coolidge
St., and Betz Ave. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24465 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-12-16 amending Chapter 40,
Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending
the zoning classification of the rear portion of Lots 1-4, Square 8, Beverly Knoll
Annex Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded by Metairie Rd., Jefferson
Ave., MildredAve., and Atherton Dr., from C-1 Neighborhood Commercial
District/MRTPD Metairie Ridge Tree Preservation District to R-1A SingleFamily Residential District/MRTPD; and amending Chapter 25 of the Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending the future land use
classification of said portion of said lots, from LIC Low Intensity Commercial to
LMR Low-Medium Density Residential. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24466 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-16-16 amending Chapter
40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the zoning classification of Lot 21-A, Square 33, Harlem Subdivision
from BC-2 Business Core District to R-3 Multiple-Family Residential District,
and amending Chapter 25 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more
particularly amending the future land use classification of Lot 21-A, Square
33, Harlem Subdivision from RMU Regional Mixed Use to HDR High Density
Residential; Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded by Ridgelake Dr., 18th St. and N.
Causeway Blvd. (Council District 5)

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SUMMARY NO. 24467 - ORDINANCE NO.


An ordinance submitted under Docket No. MUC-10-15 approving the requested
variance to the front-yard landscape buffer, variance to the rear-yard setback,
and variances to the sign regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor District
(MUCD) on Lot D-2A, Carrollwood Village Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, at 799 Behrman Highway in the area bounded by Behrman Highway,
Park Place Drive, Carrollwood Village Drive, and Carol Sue Avenue; and title
restricting the usage of Lot D-2A, Carrollwood Village Subdivision, in favor
of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to the requirements of Sec. 40-453 of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. (Council District 1)
SUMMARY NO. 24468 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. CPZ-1-16 approving requested
variances for an addition to an existing development with variances to the area
regulations and landscape and buffer requirements of the Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone (CPZ) for Franks Collision Repair, 501 Barataria Blvd., on Lot
1, Sq. B, Gitzinger Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Fifth St.,
Avenue G, and Sixth St.; as shown on a survey prepared by Dufrene Surveying
and Engineering Inc. dated 6-6-14; and title restricting the usage of Lot 1,
Sq. B, Gitzinger Subdivision, in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to
the requirements of Sec. 40-482 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
(Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24469 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. CPZ-8-16 approving a requested
variance to the area regulations of the CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
for the proposed Whitney Bank located at 10009 Jefferson Hwy on Lots TP and
4-J (proposed Lot 4-E-1), Colonial Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, in
the area bounded by Manguno Dr., Suzanne Dr., and Sauve Rd., as shown on a
survey prepared by Landmark Surveying, Inc. dated 3-3-16, and title restricting
the usage of Lots TP and 4-J (proposed Lot 4-E-1), Colonial Farms Subdivision,
in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to the requirements of Sec. 40-482
of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24470 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No. ED-1-16 for a
school as a Special Permitted Use, with variances to the setback requirements
for special permitted uses in the R-1C Rural Residential District, for Metairie
Park Country Day School located at 300 Park Rd. on an undesignated portion
of ground, Metairie Club Gardens Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded
by Duplessis St., Woodvine Ave., FriscoAve., and Iona St.; zoned R-1C Rural
Residential District. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24471 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance setting a speed limit of thirty miles per hour (30 MPH) on 17th
Street from North Causeway Boulevard to Severn Avenue, Metairie, LA.
(Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24472 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances to prohibit
outside employment or business interests other than passive income for all
full-time, unclassified employees within the Parish of Jefferson; and otherwise
providing with respect thereto. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24473 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24474 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2016 Capital Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24475 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24476 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2016 Capital Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
It was moved by Mr. Spears and seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng to adjourn, and no
objections being voiced, the meeting was declared to be officially adjourned by
the Chairwoman at 12:36 P.M.
APPROVED:
CYNTHIA LEE-SHENG,
EULA A. LOPEZ
CHAIRWOMAN
PARISH CLERK
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL



BIDS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116055
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Thursday,
April 21, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks
for the following:
IMPROVEMENTS TO SEWER LIFT STATION L-11-4
AT 1200 ROBINSON AVENUE
MARRERO, LA
SCIP PROJECT NO. D2527
This project includes demolition of an existing sewerage lift station and
installation of a new sewerage lift station including modification and additions,
and related pumping equipment, electric motors, gravity sewer and force main
connections. The work includes installation of specified equipment supplied
by Jefferson Parish, coordination with utility companies for adjustments
and relocations of power poles, wiring, and required testing to facilitate
construction of the new pumping station, and placement of the sewerage lift
station in operation prior to acceptance by the Owner.
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from AIMS Group, Inc., 4421 Zenith
Street, Metairie, LA 70001 (PHONE 504-887-7045, FAX 504-887-7088) by
licensed contractors upon receipt of $125.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of
documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return
of documents in good condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing
the bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S.
38:2219 as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, April 11, 2016
in the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, located at 200 Derbigny Street,
Suite 4400, Gretna, LA 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23 and 30, 2016 and April 6, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, April 5,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO.: 50-00115820 TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR
JANITORIAL SERVICES AT VARIOUS LIBRARY BUILDINGS LOCATED
ON THE EAST AND WEST BANK, FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH
DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY.
A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 9:00 AM on MONDAY,
MARCH 28, 2016 in the meeting room at the Jefferson Parish East Bank
Regional Library, located at 4747 West Napoleon Avenue, Metairie, LA
70001. All interested parties are invited to attend. All bidders must attend the

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Mandatory pre-bid conference and will be required to sign in and out as evidence
of attendance. In accordance with LSA R.S. 38:2212(I), all prospective bidders
shall be present at the beginning of the Mandatory pre-bid conference and shall
remain in attendance for the duration of the conference. Any prospective bidder
who fails to attend the conference or remain for the duration shall be prohibited
from submitting a bid for the project.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 9, 16 and 23, 2016

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115503
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Thursday,
April 21, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks
for the following:
The project Base Bid consists of approximately 485 linear feet of roadway
and drainage improvements (box culvert installation) along Terry Parkway.
Alternate Bid #1 continues this work along Terry Parkway approximately 50
linear feet to reach Industry Canal. Alternate Bid#2 consists of the installation
of street lighting within the median (over the box culvert) of Terry Parkway
(from Industry Canal to Guardian). Alternate Bid #3 consists of the installation
of landscaping within the median (over the box culvert) of Terry Parkway (from
Industry Canal to Wright Avenue).
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Digital Engineering 527
West Esplanade Avenue, Suite 200 Kenner, LA 70065 (Phone 504-468-6129,
Fax504-461-5150) by licensed contractors upon receipt of $500.00 per set.
Deposit on the first set of documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be
fully refunded upon return of documents in good condition no later than ten (10)
days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing
the bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S.
38:2219 as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2016, in
the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, located at 200 Derbigny Street,
Suite 4400, Gretna, LA 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23, 30, 2016 and April 6, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Thursday, April 21,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115905 A THREE (3) YEAR CONTRACT TO
INSPECT, TEST, REBUILD, AND REPLACE BACKFLOW PREVENTERS
FOR VARIOUS JEFFERSON PARISH BUILDINGS, FOR THE JEFFERSON
PARISH DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at l0:00 AM on
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 , 2016 in Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Gretna, LA 70053 All interested
parties are invited to attend. All bidders must attend the Mandatory pre-bid
conference and will be required to sign in and out as evidence of attendance. In
accordance with LSA R.S. 38:2212(I), all prospective bidders shall be present
at the beginning of the Mandatory pre-bid conference and shall remain in
attendance for the duration of the conference. Any prospective bidder who fails
to attend the conference or remain for the duration shall be prohibited from
submitting a bid for the project.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23, 30, 2016 and April 6, 2016

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Thursday, April 14,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115609 PRE-PLACED EMERGENCY SERVICES
CONTRACT FOR TWO (2) YEARS FOR DEMOLITION SERVICES AS
A RESULT OF A NATURAL AND/OR MAN-MADE DISASTER FOR
THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE
ENFORCEMENT
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.

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net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 16, 23, and 30, 2016
ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: March 16, 23, and 30, 2016

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Thursday, April 7,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115911 TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR BOND
PAPER AND VELLUM BRISTOL PAPER FOR ALL JEFFERSON PARISH
DEPARTMENTS
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23, and 30, 2016

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, April 5,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115828 TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR TREE
MAINTENANCE FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS - PARKWAYS
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 9, 16, and 23, 2016
ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: March 9, 16, and 23, 2016

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115870
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
April 12, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks
for the following:
EASTBANK WWTP EPS IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NO. C-5120
Replacement of existing wound rotor slip recovery drives and 250hp motors
with new VF Drives and 250 hp motors and other mechanical and electrical
work as shown in the plans and specifications.
This project will be Sales Tax Exempt in accordance with LSA-R.S. 47:301(8)
(c).
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid
bond acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the
total amount bid, including all alternatives, and payable without condition to
the owner. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an electronic bid
bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond management system(s)
as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No
scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid
submission. As required by state and federal funding regulations of the Federal
government and State of Louisiana and bonding and insurance requirements.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from GreenPoint Engineering, 818
Howard Avenue, Suite 311, New Orleans, LA 70113 (Phone (504) 708-2020), by
licensed contractors upon receipt of $125.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of
documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return
of documents in good condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing the
bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S. 38:2219
as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 24, 2016
at the Jefferson Parish East Bank Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at #2
Humane Way, Harahan, LA 70123. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 9, 16, and 23, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116056
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
April 26, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks
for the following:
INSTALL NEW FORCE MAIN FROM MIDWAY AND WILDWOOD

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Sewer Capital Improvement Program Project No. D5316
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, including all alternatives, and payable without condition to the
owner. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond
through the respective online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as
indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central Auction House.
No
scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as part of the electronic
bid submission. As required by state and federal funding regulations of
the Federal government and State of Louisiana and bonding and insurance
requirements.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Shread-Kuyrkendall and
Associates, Inc., 13000 Justice Avenue, Suite 16, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
70816, (Phone # 225-296-1335, FAX 225-296-1338) by licensed contractors
upon receipt of $300.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of documents furnished
bona fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return of documents in
good condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing
the bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S.
38:2219 as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 am on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Gretna, LA 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23, 30, and April 6, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115871
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
April 12, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks
for the following: DESCRIPTION
Grand Isle Water Meter Removal and Installation
The project consists of removal of the existing and installation of new AMR
ready water meters, ERT, and meter boxes, including all equipment, materials,
supplies, personnel, manufactured articles, and transportation services
essential to the fulfillment of the Contract in strict accordance with the Contract
Documents.
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from the office of All South
Consulting Engineers, LLC. 652 Papworth Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005,
(PHONE 504-322-2783, FAX 504-322-2787) by licensed contractors upon
receipt of $50.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of documents furnished bona
fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return of documents in good
condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing
the bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S.
38:2219 as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m., on Tuesday,
March 29, 2016 in the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, located at 200
Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Gretna, LA 70053. All interested parties are
invited to attend. All bidders must attend the Mandatory pre-bid conference
and will be required to sign in and out as evidence of attendance. In accordance
with LSA R.S. 38:2212(I), all prospective bidders shall be present at the
beginning of the Mandatory pre-bid conference and shall remain in attendance
for the duration of the conference. Any prospective bidder who fails to attend
the conference or remain for the duration shall be prohibited from submitting a
bid for the project.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 9, 16, and 23, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, April 19,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00115839 TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR WATER
LINE POINT REPAIR, TO BE USED ALSO FOR EMERGENCY REPAIRS
AS A RESULT OF A NATURAL OR MAN-MADE DISASTER FOR THE
JEFFERSON PARISH EAST AND WEST BANK, TO INCLUDE GRAND
ISLE AND ALL JEFFERSON PARISH AGENCIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, WATER.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE:
WHEN: TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2016
TIME:
10:00 AM
WHERE: PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
GENERAL GOVERNMENT BULIDING
200 DERBIGNY STREET, SUITE 4400
GRETNA, LA 70053
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: March 23, 30 and April 6, 2016
ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: March 23, 30 and April 6, 2016


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Advertisement for Bids


SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, April 19,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-115827 TWO YEAR CONTRACT TO SUPPLY
FURNISH
ALL LABOR, MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND QUALIFIED
SUPERVISION FOR
PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKSPARKWAYS AND ALL JEFFERSON PARISH AGENCIES AND
MUNICIPALITIES
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: MARCH 23 , MARCH 30 AND APRIL
06, 2016

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and
publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Thursday, April 07,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-115906 TWO YEAR CONTRACT TO SUPPLY
HEATING,
VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) FILTERSPARISHWIDE- FOR THE DEPARTMENTOF GENERAL SERVICES
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: MARCH 23 AND MARCH 30, 2016



HEARINGS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish Planning Advisory Board will conduct a Public Hearing in
the Council Chambers, second floor, Joseph S. Yenni Office Building, Jefferson,
LA, at 5:00 P.M., on Thursday, March 31, 2016, for the purpose of hearing
arguments for and against subdivision requests and amendments to Chapter 25,
Article VI, Comprehensive Plan; Chapter 33 Unified Development Code; and
Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
SUBDIVISION
ES-142-15-PF Subdivision of portions of Lots LD-2, X, and Y, Lafreniere
Plantation Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot JW, and the dedication
of a 50 ft. right-of-way; bounded by the City of Harahan, River Rd, the Huey P.
Long Bridge, and the Mississippi River. (Council District 2)
ES-152-15-PF Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Live Oaks Place
Subdivision, Tracts
A-B, C, F, and G, Labarre Plantation Subdivision (also known as portions of
Lots 10, 11, 12, and 13, Ludger Fortier Plantation Subdivision), Lots X, X-1, and
X-2, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and an undesignated portion (also known
as portions of Lots 12 and 13) Labarre Plantation Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
LA, into Tract OH, Labarre Plantation Subdivision; bounded by Jefferson Hwy,
the Public Belt Railroad, Coolidge St, and Betz Ave. (Council District 2)
ES-14-16-PF Subdivision of Lot 18 and part of Lot 19, Square B, Metairie Golf
View Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 18A, with a setback waiver;
bounded by Bella Dr., Frisco Ave, CuddihyDr., Woodvine Ave, and Falcon Rd.
(Council District 5)
ES-15-16-PF Subdivision of Lot 40-B, Ridgeway Terrace Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA, into Lots 40B1 and 40B2, with area waivers; bounded by Chester St,
Calhoun St, Ridgeway Dr., and Labarre Dr. (Council District 5)
ES-19-16-PF Subdivision of Lots TP and 4-J, Colonial Farms Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 4-E-1, bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Manguno Dr.,
Suzanne Dr., and Sauve Rd. (Council District2)
ES-21-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 1-4, 33, and 34, Square 8, Beverly Knoll
Annex Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1A and 33A, bounded by
Metairie Rd, Jefferson Ave, MildredAve, and Atherton Dr. (Council District 5)
ES-24-16-PF Subdivision of Lot 1-A (portion of original Lot 8), Cleary
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1-A-1 and 1-A-2, with area waivers;
bounded by W Metairie Ave, Civic St, Taft Pk., and Breanon St. (Council
District 5)
ES-36-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Jefferson Terrace
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 1-A and 2-A, bounded by Canton
St, James Ln, Tucker Ave, and Morris Pl. (Council District2)
ZONING
ELUZ-26-15 Reclassification of Lots 1 and 2, Square 7, Live Oaks Place
Subdivision, Tracts A-B, C, F, and G, Labarre Plantation Subdivision (also
known as portions of Lots 10, 11, 12, and 13, Ludger Fortier Plantation
Subdivision), Lots X, X-1, and X-2, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and
an undesignated portion (also known as portions of Lots 12 and 13) Labarre
Plantation Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Jefferson Hwy, the
Public Belt Railroad, Coolidge St, and Betz Ave; from C-2, General Commercial
District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone and M-1, Industrial District/
CPZ to H-2, Medical Service District/CPZ, and a Future Land Use change from
NMU, Neighborhood Mixed-Use to HSP, Hospital. (Council District 2)
ELUZ-12-16 Reclassification of a portion of Lots 1-4 (a portion of proposed
Lot 33A), Square 8, Beverly Knoll Annex Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
LA; bounded by Metairie Rd, Jefferson Ave, Mildred Ave, and Atherton Dr.;
from C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District/MRTPD, Metairie Ridge Tree
Preservation District to R-1A, Single Family Residential/MRTPD, and a Future
Land Use change from LIC, Low Intensity Commercial to LMR, Low-Medium
Density Residential. (Council District 5)
E-13-16 Reclassification of Lot 108B2, Square A, Cooperative Land Company
Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Rex Dr., the Mississippi
River, Moss Ln, and Jefferson Hwy; from R-1D, Rural Residential District to
R-1B, Suburban Residential District. (Council District 2)
E-14-16 Reclassification of a portion of existing Lot 4-J (a portion of proposed
Lot4-E-1), Colonial Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by
Jefferson Hwy, Manguno Dr., Suzanne Dr., and Sauve Rd; from R-3, MultipleFamily Residential District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone to C-1,
Neighborhood Commercial District/CPZ. (Council District 2)
ELUZ-16-16 Reclassification of Lot 21-A, Square 33, Harlem Subdivision,

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Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by 17th St, Ridgelake Dr., 18th St, and N
Causeway Blvd; from BC-2, Business Core District to R-3, Multi-Family
Residential District, and a Future Land Use change from RMU, Regional Mixed
Use to HDR, High Density Residential. (Council District 5)
ELUZ-17-16 Reclassification of Pt. Lot 15A, Square C, Richland Gardens
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by S Clearview Pkwy, Highland
Ave, Airline Dr., and Utopia Dr.; from R-1A, Single-Family Residential District
to GO-2, General Offices/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone, and a
Future Land Use change from LMR, Low-Medium Density Residential to
NMU, Neighborhood Mixed-Use. (Council District 2)
SITE PLAN REVIEW
CPZ-8-16 A request for a variance to the area regulations of the CPZ,
Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone at 10009 Jefferson Hwy, located on Lots TP
and
4-J (proposed Lot 4-E-1), Colonial Farms Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA;
bounded by Manguno Dr., Suzanne Dr., and Sauve Rd; zoned C-1, Neighborhood
Commercial District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone and R-3,
Multiple-Family Residential District/CPZ. (Council District 2)
ED-1-16 A request for approval as a Special Permitted Use for a school in the
R-1C, Rural Residential District, with variances to the setback requirements,
for Metairie Park Country Day School at 300 Park Rd, Jefferson Parish, LA;
bounded by Duplessis St, Woodvine Ave, Frisco Ave, and Iona St; zoned
R-1C. (Council District 5)
Lynne Parker
PAB VICE-CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 3-09-16, 3-16-16, and 3-23-16
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate against qualified individuals
with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
If you require auxiliary aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodation
under the ADA, submit your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours in
advance or as soon as possible. A 72-hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Suite 210, Jefferson, LA 70123
(504) 736-6086 ADA@jeffparish.net

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish Planning Advisory Board will conduct a Public Hearing
in the Jefferson Parish General Government Bldg., 200 Derbigny St., Council
Chambers, 2nd Fl., at 5:00 P.M., on Thursday, April 14, 2016, for the purpose of
hearing arguments for and against resubdivision requests and amendments to
Chapter 25, Article VI, Comprehensive Plan; Chapter 33 Unified Development
Code; and Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
RESUBDIVISIONS
WS-13-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 18 through 33, Square 23, South New Orleans
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA into Lot 18A, located on Gretna Boulevard,
bounded by Victoria Avenue, Third Street and Broadway Avenue (Council
District 2)
WS-35-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 80-A, 79-A, and 86-A, Sunrise Acres
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA into Lot 80-B, located on Christiana Drive
and bounded by Leo Kerner Parkway, Sunrise Acres Drive, and Morning Dew
Lane (Council District 1)
WS-38-16-PF Subdivision of a portion of the Mehnert Tract into Lot MT, Mehnert
Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; bounded by River Road, Hooter
Road, Seven Oaks Boulevard and US Highway 90 (Council District 2)
WS-42-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 19 through 32, Square 78, South New
Orleans Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA into Lot 25A, located on Manhattan
Boulevard, bounded by Ninth Street, York Avenue, and Eighth Street. (Council
District 3)
ZONING
W-18-16 Reclassification of Lots 18, 19, 32 and 33, Square 23, South New
Orleans Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA (portion of proposed Lot 18A) located
on Victoria Avenue and Broadway Avenue, bounded by Third Street and Gretna
Boulevard from C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District to MUCD, Mixed Use
Corridor District (Council District 2)
WLUZ-11-16 Reclassification of portions of Lot CK-10 and CK-16, Carnahan
King Tract, Jefferson Parish, LA, located on Nine Mile Point Road, bounded by
the Westbank Expressway and Seven Oaks Blvd, from M-1, Industrial District to
M-2, Industrial District, and a Land Use Map Change from LI, Light Industrial
to HI, Heavy Industrial. (Council District 3)
WLUZ-19-16 Reclassification of an undesignated portion of the Mehnert Tract,
proposed Lot MT, Mehnert Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana;
bounded by River Road, Hooter Road, Seven Oaks Boulevard and US Highway
90; from R-3, Multiple-Family Residential District to C-2/CPZ, General
Commercial District/Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone and a Future Land
Use Map Change from LMR, Low Medium Density Residential to HIC, High
Intensity Commercial (Council District 2)
WLUZ-20-16 Reclassification of Lots 80-A, 79-A, and 86-A, Sunrise Acres
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, (proposed Lot 80-B), located on Christiana
Drive and bounded by Leo Kerner Parkway, Sunrise Acres Drive, and Morning
Dew Lane, from R-1, Single-Family Residential District to C-1, Neighborhood
Commercial District and a Future Land Use Map change from LMR, Low
Medium Density Residential to LIC, Low Intensity Commercial. (Council
District 1)
SITE PLAN REVIEW
MUC-4-16 Request for variances to the side and rear yard requirements, the
architectural treatment of metal buildings, the architectural treatment of support
buildings, and minimum size of structures regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor
District (MUCD) at 2400 Lapalco Boulevard located on Lot T-1-B, Destrehan
Division Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Brooklyn Avenue,
Three Mile Canal and Lapalco Boulevard; zoned MUCD. (Council District 3)
SPECIAL PERMITTED USE
FL-2-16 A request to establish a bulk storage facility for flammable and
combustible liquids on Nine Mile Point Road, for ExPert Oil and Gas, LLC,
as part of the mineral extraction site on a portion of Lots CK-10 and CK-16,
Carnahan King Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; bounded by
Seven Oaks Boulevard, the LP&L #1 Canal and the Westbank Expressway,
zoned M-1 (proposed M-2) Industrial District. (Council District 3)
Lynne Parker
PAB VICE CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 3/23/16, 3/30/16 and 4/6/16.
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate against qualified individuals
with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
If you require auxiliary aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodation
under the ADA, submit your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours in
advance or as soon as possible. A 72-hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Suite. 210, Jefferson, LA 70123
(504) 736-6086 ADA@jeffparish.net



NOTICES
NOTICE
Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and must install a new sidewalk and/or
repair or replace an existing sidewalk, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Maria Wong D
945 Vintage Dr.
Kenner, LA 70065
RE: CHEROKEE PK SUBDIVISION
Lot V, Sq. 18
204 N Bengal Rd.
Metairie, LA 70003
Repair/replace Sidewalk
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

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Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified
letter, who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and
Bridges, Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and Article VI. Driveways, and
must install a new sidewalk and/or repair or replace an existing sidewalk and
driveway apron, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Richard A Shoemaker II
& Mary C Shoemaker
1700 Pasadena Ave.
Metairie, LA 70001
RE: PONTE VISTA SUBDIVISION
Lots 1 & 2, Sq. 25
1700 Pasadena Ave.
Repair/replace Sidewalk, Driveway Apron
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

NOTICE
Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and must install a new sidewalk and/or
repair or replace an existing sidewalk, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Robert P Gegenheimer & WF
2733 Athania Pkwy.
Metairie, LA 70002
RE: ATHANIA ADD # 2 SUBDIVISION
Lot 84
2733 Athania Pkwy.
Repair/replace Sidewalk
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

NOTICE
Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and must install a new sidewalk and/or
repair or replace an existing sidewalk, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Faye C Cannizzaro
4501 Richland Ave.
Metairie, LA 70002
RE: MANSON SUBDIVISION
Lots 1, 2, 3, Sq. 317
4501 Richland Ave.
Repair/replace Sidewalk
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

NOTICE
Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and must install a new sidewalk and/or
repair or replace an existing sidewalk, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Bradley S Shore, Sr. &
Michele T Longo
4901 Wills St.
Metairie, LA 70006
RE: PONTCHARTRAIN SHORES SUBDIVISION
Lot 10, Sq. 12
4901 Wills St.
Repair/replace Sidewalk
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

NOTICE
Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and must install a new sidewalk and/or
repair or replace an existing sidewalk, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Eldred D Umbach
8609 Trolley Ln.
River Ridge, LA 70123
RE: HAZEL PL & ADD SUBDIVISION
Lot 43 Sec A
8912 Camille Dr.
Repair/replace Sidewalk
March 23, 30, April 6, 2016

NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING
The Jefferson Parish BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS will hold a
GENERAL MEETING on MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2016 AT 4:00 P.M. in The
EAST BANK COUNCIL CHAMBERS on the SECOND FLOOR of the
JOSEPH S. YENNI BLDG, 1221 ELMWOOD PARK BLVD., JEFFERSON,
LOUISIANA. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss BZA policies and
procedures.
NO CASES WILL BE DISCUSSED.
Anyone wishing to address the Board must submit a written request to the
Jefferson Parish Board of Zoning Adjustments office at least five (5) days prior
to the meeting.
This request must include what the topics of discussion will be and the name/
names of the person/persons planning to attend.
NOTE: CASES to be heard at the NEXT regularly scheduled PUBLIC
HEARING on MONDAY, April 18, 2016 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday,
March 28, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
Grace Pope, Administrative Assistant
JACQUELYN R. MADDEN, CHAIRWOMAN
In accordance with provisions of the American with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008, as amended, Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services,
programs or activities. If you require auxiliary aids or devices, or other
reasonable accommodation under the ADA Amendments Act, please submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance
or as soon as practical. A seventy-two (72) hour advanced notice is required to
request Certified ASL interpreters.
ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities 1221 Elmwood Park
Blvd., Suite 210, Jefferson, LA 70123

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(504) 736-6086,ADA@jeffparish.net
This ad is to run in The New Orleans Advocate the Official Journal of Jefferson
Parish on March 23, 2016 and March 30, 2016.
BILL TO: BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS


Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
ANIMAL CARE ATTENDANT SUPERVISOR ($25,631/per year) Position
requires possession of a high school diploma or its equivalent; PLUS, one (1) of
the following:
1. Current employment and permanent civil service status with Jefferson Parish
with one (1) year of work experience in lower, related class of work such as
Animal Care Attendant or Animal Control Officer.
2. Successful completion of accredited college course work in Veterinary
Technology/Science with specific courses in Veterinary Physiology, Veterinary
Parasitology, Veterinary Anatomy, Diseases and Disease Control of Small
Animals and Animal Hospital Technology.
3. Two (2) years of verifiable, full-time, paid work experience involving
the handling and care of animals and the responsibility for preparing and
maintaining work records and reports.
4. Certification as an Animal Euthanasia Technician. For more information or
to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
PARK RANGER ($9.38/per hour) - Acceptable applicants must be at least 18
years of age, plus have an accredited high school diploma or its equivalent.
NOTE: Any conviction listed in the Louisiana Child Protection Act (Louisiana
R.S. 15:587.1) is considered disqualifying, unless written proof of pardon is
submitted in time for consideration with the application. For more information
or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
ELECTRICIAN ($39,111/per year) Requires possession of or eligibility to
obtain (through successful completion of regulatory examination) a current
Class C or higher Jefferson Parish Electrical license. For more information or to
apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
WATER SERVICE INSPECTOR I ($17,053/per year) - This position accurately
reads and records current numbers into the ITRON FS as shown on water meter
registers on residential and commercial meters. Must be at least 18 years of
age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent (vocational/trade school
completion is acceptable). For more information or to apply, visit our website
at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.

Request for
Statements of Qualifications
Jefferson Parish
Various Professional Legal Services
Jefferson Parish hereby solicits Statements of Qualifications from individuals
and/or firms interested in providing professional legal bond services to the
Parish. This advertisement is to supplement the list of individuals and/or
firms previously selected by the Parish to perform such services.by Resolution
No. 12654, adopted by the Jefferson Parish Council on February 17, 2016.
Individuals and/or firms which have been previously selected to provide legal
services to the Parish in Bond Services under Resolution No. 12654 need not
re-submit Statements of Qualification to remain on the list of individuals and/
or firms so selected.
The following criteria, listed in order of importance, will be used to evaluate
the statement of the firms submitting, with only those persons or firms receiving
an overall cumulative score of at least seventy (70) percent or greater, of the
total possible points for all categories to be assigned by the participating legal
services evaluation committee members shall be deemed qualified to perform
outside legal bond services tasks:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the outside legal services. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty-five
(35).)
(2) Size of firm and capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work
considering the number of professional and support personnel required to
perform the type of outside legal service tasks and the firms current unfinished
workload. (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty (30).)
(3) Past performance by person or firm on parish contracts. Assertions of fault
by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and/or
malfeasance in prior work completed for the parish shall be evidenced by
substantiating documentation provided by the parish attorney and received by
the chairman of the evaluation committee a minimum of two (2) weeks prior
to the scheduled date of the legal services evaluation committee meeting.
(Maximum points awarded shall be ten (10).)
(4) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which the
work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including municipalities
located within Jefferson Parish (15 points); (2) Neighboring Parishes of
the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes Orleans,
Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12 points); (3)
Parishes other the foregoing (ten (10) points); (4) outside the State of Louisiana
(six (6) points). Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15).)
(5) Adversarial legal proceedings between the parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the parish prevailed, and excluding
those instances or cases where the person or firm was added as an indispensable
party, or where the person or firm participated in or assisted the public entity
in prosecution of its claim. In the event that the person or firm fails to provide
accurate and detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the parish,
including the absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed
unresponsive with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.
(Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15) for the lack of any such
adversarial proceedings as defined.)
(6) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of legal
services, as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable references.
(Maximum points to be awarded shall be five (5).)
That the person or firm submitting a Statement of Qualifications shall have the
following minimum qualification: at least one Firm Representative, as defined
in Section 2-926 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, who is licensed
to practice law in the State of Louisiana, with a minimum of five (5) years
experience.
For further information, contact the Parish Attorneys Office, at 504-736-6300.
The Legal Professional Services Questionnaire adopted on August 26, 2015
must accompany each Qualification Statement. A copy of the questionnaire
may be obtained by calling the Parish Clerks Office at (504) 364-2626. The
submitting individual(s) or firms must identify all subcontractors who would
assist in providing professional services for the project. Each subcontractor shall
submit all documents and information included in the questionnaire. Interested
individual(s) or firms must submit (14) copies each of the questionnaire and
Statements of Qualifications to the Jefferson Parish Council c/o Ms. Eula
Lopez, Parish Clerk, General Government Building, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
6700, Gretna, LA 70053, no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2016. No
statements will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution 126701.

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Parish of Jefferson is hereby soliciting a Statement of Qualifications
(Jefferson Parish TEC Professional Services Questionnaire) from additional
professional firms interested and qualified to provide Laboratory Services
for inspection of materials and equipment for Public Works projects on an asneeded basis for the second year of the two year period, which commenced
on September 12, 2015 and terminates on September 11, 2017, with maximum
allowable fees of $300,000.00 per year.
The five (5) persons or firms currently approved by Council Resolution No.
125358, dated August 12, 2015 and the two (2) persons or firms currently
approved by Council Resolution No. 126034, dated December 9, 2015 should
not respond to this advertisement, which is for the sole purpose of approving
additional persons or firms to provide services for the second year of the twoyear period.
The minimum requirements for selection: 1) Persons or firms under
consideration shall have at least one (1) principal who is a licensed, registered
professional engineer in the State of Louisiana; 2) Persons or firms under
consideration shall have a professional in charge of the project who is a licensed,
registered professional engineer in the State of Louisiana with a minimum of
five (5) years experience; 3) Persons or firms under consideration shall have
(1) employee who is a licensed, registered professional engineer in the State of
Louisiana in the applicable discipline involved.
The following criteria will be used to evaluate the statement of the firms
submitting:
1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for laboratory testing services for inspection of materials and equipment - 35
points.
2) Size of firm, considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform laboratory testing tasks, including drafting of reports 10
points.

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3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the factors
of current unfinished workload, and person or firms available professional and
support personnel - 20 points.
4) Past Performance by person or firm on Parish contracts - 10 points (Assertions
of fault by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and
or design inadequacies in prior work completed for the Parish shall be evidenced
by substantiating documentation provided by the Director of Public Works for
the requesting department or the Director of Engineering).
5) Location of the principal office where work will be performed - 15 points
(Preference shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office
at which the work will be performed as follows: (A) Jefferson Parish, including
municipalities located within Jefferson Parish (15 Points); (B) Neighboring
Parishes of the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes
Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12
Points); (C) Parishes other than the foregoing (10 Points); (D) Outside the State
of Louisiana (6 Points).).
6) Adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the Parish prevailed, or any ongoing
adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, excluding those instances or cases where
the person or firm was added as an indispensible party, or where the person
or firm participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim
- 15 points (In the event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and
detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the
absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive
with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.).
7) Prior successful completion of projects requiring laboratory testing services
for which firm has provided verifiable references - 15 points.
The firms submitting a Statement of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish TEC
Professional Services Questionnaire) must identify all sub-consultant firms
which they expect to use to provide professional services, and submit a Statement
of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish TEC Professional Services Questionnaire)
for each sub-consultant firm. (Refer to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 2-928).
As the Laboratory Services are utilized to supplement construction engineering
and inspection services, the Technical Evaluation Committee has the expertise
required to properly evaluate the statements of qualifications; therefore, the
Technical Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the statements of qualifications.
All firms (including sub-consultants) must submit a Statement of Qualifications
(Jefferson Parish TEC Professional Services Questionnaire). Please obtain the
latest Questionnaire by calling the office of the Parish Clerk at (504) 364-2626
or using our web address: jeffparish.net. Interested persons or firms must send
one (1) original and fourteen (14) copies of their submittals to the Jefferson
Parish Council, c/o Eula Lopez, Parish Clerk, General Government Building,
200 Derbigny Street, Suite 6700, Gretna, LA 70053, no later than 4:30 p.m.
on Thursday, April 7, 2016. No submittals will be accepted after the deadline.
Resolution 126751

Request for
Statements of Qualifications
Jefferson Parish
Legal Services for: Curator
Jefferson Parish hereby solicits Statements of Qualifications from individuals
and/or firms interested in providing curator services for Jefferson Parish.
That the following criteria, listed in order of importance, will be used to evaluate
the statement of the firms submitting, with only those persons or firms receiving
an overall cumulative score of at least seventy (70) percent of greater, of the
total possible points for all categories to be assigned by the participating legal
services evaluation committee members shall be deemed qualified to perform
curator services for the Parish:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the outside legal services (Maximum points awarded shall be thirty-five (35).)
(2) Size of firm and capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work
considering the number of professional and support personnel required to
perform the type of outside legal service tasks and the firms current unfinished
workload. (Maximum points awarded shall be (30)).
(3) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which the
work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including municipalities
located within Jefferson Parish (15 Points); (2) Neighboring Parishes of
the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes Orleans,
Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12 Points);
(3) Parishes other than the foregoing (ten (10) points); (4) Outside the State of
Louisiana (six (6) points). (Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15).)
(4) Adversarial legal proceedings between the parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the parish prevailed, and excluding
those instances or cases where the person or firm was added as an indispensable
party, or where the person or firm participated in or assisted the public entity
in prosecution of its claim. In the event that the person or firm fails to provide
accurate and detailed information regarding legal proceedings with the parish,
including the absence of legal proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed
unresponsive with regard to this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded.
(Maximum points awarded shall be fifteen (15) for the lack of any such
adversarial proceedings as defined.)
(5) Past performance by person or firm on parish contracts. Assertions of
fault by a person or firm, which shall include time delays, cost over-runs, and/
or malfeasance in prior work completed for the parish shall be evidenced by
substantiating documentation provided by the parish attorney and received by
the chairman of the evaluation committee a minimum of two (2) weeks prior
to the scheduled date of the legal services evaluation committee meeting.
(Maximum points awarded shall be ten (10).)
(6) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of legal services,
as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable references. (Maximum points
to be awarded shall be five (5).)
The person or firm submitting a Statement of Qualifications shall have the
following minimum qualification: at least one firm representative, as defined
in Section 2-926 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, who is licensed
to practice law in the State of Louisiana, with a minimum of five (5) years
experience.
For further information, contact Michael J. Power, Parish Attorney, at 504-7366300.
The most current Legal Professional Services Questionnaire adopted on
August 26, 2015 must accompany each Qualification Statement. A copy of the
questionnaire may be obtained by calling the Parish Clerks Office at (504) 3642626. The submitting individual(s) or firms must identify all subcontractors
who would assist in providing professional services for the project. Each
subcontractor shall submit all documents and information included in the
questionnaire. Interested individual(s) or firms must submit (14) copies each
of the questionnaire and Statements of Qualifications to the Jefferson Parish
Council c/o Ms. Eula Lopez, Parish Clerk, General Government Building,
200 Derbigny Street, Suite 6700, Gretna, LA 70053, no later than 4:30 p.m. on
Thursday, April 7, 2016. Resolution 126753

Public Notice
The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and/or
other interested parties of the following properties
that it has conducted administrative hearings pursuant to Jefferson Parish
Ordinance Number 23373. The following structure has been
deemed to be a hazard to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of
Jefferson Parish, dilapidated, substandard and unfit for human
habitation, and in violation of Ordinance Number 23373.
Accordingly, the Parish of Jefferson will secure the following structure to
prevent unauthorized entry on or after March 30, 2016.
Property: 6813 KAWANEE AVE District: 4
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Owner 1: KATHY R. DAVENPORT
6813 KAWANEE AVE.
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Property: 2925 BURNS ST District: 2
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 1: MOSE WRIGHT JR.
2925 BURNS ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 2: LILLIAN WRIGHT
2925 BURNS ST,.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Michael S. Yenni
Aimee Vallot
PARISH PRESIDENT
DIRECTOR
CODE ENFORCEMENT

DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT
DIVISION
PUBLISH Wednesday, March 23, 2016, AND Wednesday, March 30, 2016.


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Public Notice
The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and/or
other interested parties of the following properties
that it has conducted administrative hearings pursuant to Jefferson Parish
Ordinance Number 23373. The following structure has been
deemed to be a hazard to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of
Jefferson Parish, dilapidated, substandard and unfit for human
habitation, and in violation of Ordinance Number 23373.
Accordingly, the Parish of Jefferson will demolish the following structure on or
after March 30, 2016.
Property:3017 SAM LENNOX ST. District:
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 1: FOXTROT LIENS/ BMO HARRIS
405 N. 115TH ST. STE 100
OMAHA, NE 68154
Owner 2: FOXTROL LIENS/ BMO HARRIS
3017 SAM LENOX ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 3: HUSKER PARTNERS/ BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
P.O. BOX 1414
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55480
Owner 4: MELISSA T. CASTILLE
17425 JEFFERSON HWY. STE. D
BATON ROUGE, LA 70817
Owner 5: MICHAEL P. BUDGICK
8001 REDFISH
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70126
Owner 6: LEWISA BRUCE
3019 MONTFORD ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 7: MICHAEL P BUDGICK
3017 SAM LENOX ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 8: HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
3625 CANAL ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 9: UNITED BANK & TRUST
2714 CANAL ST
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 10: LIBERTY BANK & TRUST CO.
6600 PLAZA DR., STE. 600
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70127
Property: 153 BLANCHE DR District: 3
AVONDALE, LA 70094
Owner 1: HALLIE O STAGNER
153 BLANCHE DR
AVONDALE, LA 70094
Owner 2: HALLIE OGDEN STAGNER
4423 BAYOU DES FAMILLES DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: HIBERNIA NATIONAL BANK
313 CARONDELET ST
N O, LA 70130
Owner 4: CAPITAL ONE BANK
P. O. BOX 259300
PLANO, TX 75025
Property: 905 ROBINSON AVE
District: 2
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 1: DOROTHY KNAPPER JOHNSON
905907 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: DOROTHY KNAPPER JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: JEFFERSON PARISH
200 DERBIGNY ST., STE 1200
GRETNA, LA 70053
Owner 5: DONNA JOHNSON
905907 ROBINSON AVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 6: JESSIE JOHNSON JR
905907 ROBINSON AVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: MARY JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 8: BRIAN JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 9: BRIAN JOHNSON
2429 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD., APT. B
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 10: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC
1201 ST CHARLES AVE
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 12: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC
901 THE BLVD.
RAYNE, LA 70578
Owner 13: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
115 OLD MARKET ST.
ST. MARTINVILLE, LA 70582
Owner 14: GIL G. PRIMEAUX
1513 SOUTHWOOD DR.
NEW IBERIA, LA 70560
Owner 15: CALVIN DESHOTEL
221 WILLOW ST
FRANKLIN, LA 70538
Owner 18: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
6 EXECUTIVE PARK DR.
ATLANTA, GA 30329
Owner 19: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 26: SUN FINANCE CO LLC
3525 NORTH CAUSEWAY BLVD
STE 900
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 27: DAVID DAUBE
3525 N CAUSEWAY BLVD #900
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 28: CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP
1108 MAISON BLANCHE
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 29: CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP
25505 W TWELVE MILE RD #3000
SOUTHFIELD, MI 480348339
Owner 30: THOMAS J TORANTO, JR
5019 PIETY DR
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70126
Owner 31: CORPORATION SERVICE COMPANY
320 SOMERULOS ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
Property: 2501 CANYON DR District:
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 1: NICHOLAS VACCARO
2501 CANYON DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: NICOLAS VACCARO
3933 DELERY DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: AMANDA SYLVE
2501 CANYON DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Michael S. Yenni
Aimee Vallot
PARISH PRESIDENT
DIRECTOR
CODE ENFORCEMENT

DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT
DIVISION
PUBLISH Wednesday, March 23, 2016, AND Wednesday, March 30, 2016.

The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and / or
other interested parties of the following
properties that it will conduct an administrative hearing pursuant to R.S.
13:2575 and Jefferson Parish Ordinance NO. 23373, thereby

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seeking to have the buildings at the following locations vacated, secured,


repaired, or demolished, as their conditions may warrant.
THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE HELD AS
FOLLOWS:
1:00 PM, Thursday, April 7, 2016
General Government Bldg.
2nd Floor, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Property: Lot(s) 132, Sq 6 HARBOR ESTATES
7837 GWEN ST in BRIDGE CITY
Owner 1: DAVID ROYAL
7837 GWEN ST
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 2: MARIAN WILLIAMS ROYAL
7837 GWEN ST.
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 3: DAVID ROYAL
2032 ROBERT ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70115
Owner 4: DAVID ROYAL
333 WINDMERE WAY 2E
JONESBORO, GA 30238
Owner 5: DAVID ROYAL
634 ROY HUI RD., APT. 1D
RIVERDALE, GA 30274
Owner 6: VERONICA ROYAL
2701 ASCENSION CT
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: GULF COAST INVESTMENT CORP
1903 HERMANN DR
HOUSTON, TX 77004
Owner 8: CREDITHRIFT OF AMERICA, INC.
9 CAPITOL ST.
CONCORD, NH 03301
Owner 9: CREDITHRIFT OF AMERICA, INC.
601 N. W. SECOND ST.
EVANSVILLE, IN 47708
Owner 10: CREDITHRIFT OF AMERICA, INC.
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 11: Attention: TAX DEPT.
P. O. BOX 59
EVANSVILLE, IN 47701
Owner 12: Through its agent for service of process ROBERT U GOODMAN
1212 MID SOUTH TOWER
SHREVEPORT, LA 71101
Owner 13: CHASE MORTGAGE COMPANY
3415 VISION DR.
COLUMBAS, OH 43219
Owner 14: Care of THE CORPORATION COMPANY
1675 BROADWAY
DENVER, CO 80202
Owner 16: Through its agent for service of process CHASE MORTGAGE
COMPANY WEST
343 THORNHALL ST., 8TH FL
EDISON, NJ 08837
Owner 17: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
3867 PLAZA TOWER DR.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70816
Property: Lot(s) 603, Sq N WOODMERE SOUTH
3724 RED CEDAR LN in HARVEY
Owner 1: MONICA N BROWN
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: RANDELL HARRIS
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 3: LATARA ROBIN HARRIS STEWART
3724 CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 4: SHANTELL L HARRIS CASTRO
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 5: EDDIE LEE HARRIS, II
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 6: SHANELL V HARRIS
3724 RED CEDAR LN
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 7: SALIDA LYNN HARRIS
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 8: EDDIE O HARRIS
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 9: RUBBIN A HARRIS
3724 RED CEDAR LN.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 10: EDDIE L HARRIS
1090 LANG RD., APT. 2205
PORTLAND, TX 70058
Owner 11: EDDIE L HARRIS
3334 S. STAPLES ST., APT. B
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX 78411
Owner 12: LATARA R STEWART
1028 TENSAS DR., APT. A
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 13: SHANNELL V HARRIS
3411 DORADO CIR., APT. 102
FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28304
Owner 14: LATARA R STEWART
1013 MANHATTAN BLVD.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 15: RANDELL HARRIS
1090 LANG RD., APT. 2205
PORTLAND, TX 78374
Owner 16: SHANTELL LORRAN CASTRO
2013 OKINAWA CT.
TAMPA, FL 33621
Owner 17: FIRST CAPITAL FUNDS, INC.
1881 HWY 120 WEST
ROBELINE, LA 71469
Owner 18: Through its agent for service of process ALFRED J. MIDDLETON
1881 HWY 120 WEST
ROBELINE, LA 71469
Owner 19: THE LENDERS GROUP, LLC
308 SILVER OAK LN.
RIVER RIDGE, LA 70123
Owner 20: Through its agent for service of process DAVID H BERSTEIN
701 POYDRAS ST., STE. 3600
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70139
Owner 21: THE LENDERS GROUP, LLC
990 N. CORPORATE BLD., STE. 301
HARAHAN, LA 70123
Owner 22: Through its agent for service of process BEN LOUVIERE, JR.
308 SILVER OAK LN.
RIVER RIDGE, LA 70123
Owner 23: Through its agent for service of process BERNARD LOUVIERE,
JR.
303 GARDEN RD.
RIVER RIDGE, LA 70123
Owner 24: DELTA INVESTMENTS
PO BOX 1414
MINNIAPOLIS, MN 55480
Owner 25: Care of HUSKER PARTNERS/ BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
P.O. BOX 1414
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55480
Owner 26: EDDIE HARRIS
2302 US HIGHWAY 60 E
MORGANFIELD, KY 42437
Owner 27: RUBBIN HARRIS
15 DRAKESWAY CT.
DURHAM, NC 27713

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Owner 28: ROBIN WARD HARRIS


942 SIMS AVE.
SAN ANTONIO, TX 78225
Owner 29: ROBIN WARD HARRIS
P. O. BOX 6943
ALGIERS, LA 70114
Owner 30: ROBIN WARD HARRIS
2034 JAMES DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Property: Lot(s) 15, Sq A RIDGEFIELD EXTENSION
5132 MT RUSHMORE DR in MARRERO
Owner 1: DAMEON R TILLMAN
5132 MT RUSHMORE DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: GILYOT MORTGAGE CORPORATION
7152 CROWDER BLVD.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70127
Owner 3: Through its agent for service of process DAVID J GILYOT
7152 CROWDER BLVD.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70127
Owner 4: AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE
1110 TOWN & COUNTRY RD., STE 200
ORANGE, CA 92868
Owner 5: AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE COMPANY
160 GREENTREE DR STE 101
DOVER, DE 19904
Owner 6: AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE COMPANY
5753 E. SANTA ANA CANYON RD., STE. G109
ANAHEIM HILLS, CA 92807
Owner 7: Care of AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE COMPANY
18400 VON KARMAN AVE., STE. 800
BUCHALTER NEMER
IRVINE, CA 92612
Owner 8: MERS, INC.
P. O. BOX 2026
FLINT, MI 48501
Owner 9: MERS, INC.,
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 10: MERS, INC
200 S AMOCO CUTOFF
P O BOX 3376
WOOD RIVER, IL 62095
Owner 11: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
3867 PLAZA TOWER DR.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70816
Owner 12: MERS
P. O. BOX 141
WOOD RIVER, IL 62095
Owner 13: JPMC SPECIALITY MORTGAGE, LLC
700 KANSAS LANE MC8000
MONROE, LA 71203
Property: Lot(s) 77, GARDEN PLAZA
1801 PLAZA DR in MARRERO
Owner 1: WILLIAM R WEBER, JR.
1801 PLAZA DRIVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Property: Lot(s) 79, Sq 00 TOWNSITE #4
1140 SILVER LILY LN in MARRERO
Owner 1: FELICIA H COLEMAN
1140 SILVER LILY LANE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: RANDY COLEMAN JR.
1140 SILVER LILY LANE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: SHIRON H WILSON
1140 SILVER LILY LN
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 4: TAO COLEMAN
1140 SILVER LILY LANE
MARRERO, LA 70072

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Owner 5: TAO COLEMAN


852 CARMADELLE ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 6: SHIRON WILSON
2111 LA QUINTA VIA
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 7: FELICIA COLEMAN
1521 AMES BLVD., APT. 120
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 8: RANDY COLEMAN, JR.
414 6TH ST.
BONVILLE, MO 65233
Property: Lot(s) 397, Sq U WOODMERE
2401 WESTMERE CT in HARVEY
Owner 1: BENNIE ALLIGOOD
2401 WESTMERE CT
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: MARK LAUGHIN
5106 CALIFORNIA ST.
OMAHA, NE 68132
Owner 3: LATTER & BLUM MORTGAGE CORPORATION
1615 POYDRAS ST., STE. 1700
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its
services, programs or activities. If you require auxiliary
aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations under the ADA, submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72hour notice is needed to request
Certified ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
mortgagees and / or interested parties for any of the
above listed properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
violation(s) at any of the above listed properties, please
contact the office at (504) 3643560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Michael S. Yenni
Aimee Vallot
PARISH PRESIDENT
Director161

DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND
CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run March 23, 2016, and March 30, 2016
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT

JP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
1221 Elmwood Pk. Blvd
Ste. 303 Yenni Bldg.
Jefferson, LA 70123
March29, 2016 @ 2:30 p.m.



GRAND ISLE
TOWN OF GRAND ISLE
REGULARLY SCHEDULED TOWN MEETING
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016
6:00 P.M.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor David Camardelle who led the Pledge
of Allegiance to the American Flag. Council Member Resweber then followed
with a prayer. Roll call was as follows:
PRESENT: Council Members Ray Santiny, Clifford Santiny, Jr., Stephen
Resweber,
Leoda Bladsacker
ABSENT: Council Member Jay Lafont, Police Chief Euris Dubois
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Bladsacker and unanimously agreed to accept the minutes of the February 23,
2016 town meeting as written.

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Hearings were held on the following proposed ordinances which will again be
heard at the next regular meeting of March 22, 2016 at which time they will be
eligible for adoption:
ORDINANCE NO.____
An ordinance requested by Denise Germer to approve a lot line shift between
Lots 1 & 2, Square C of Grand Beach Subdivision No. 2, all in accordance
as shown on a map prepared by Charles L. McDonald Land Surveyor,
Inc., entitled, MAP SHOWING LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT BETWEEN
LOTS 1 & 2, SQUARE C OF GRAND BEACH SUBDIVISION NO. 2,
LOCATED WITHIN THE TOWN OF GRAND ISLE, JEFFERSON PARISH,
LOUISIANA dated 10 FEBRUARY 2016.
ORDINANCE NO. ____
An ordinance requested by C & P Land & Investments, L.L.C. to approve the
redivision of Lot 2 of the Original Lot 7 of the Santiny Division into Tracts 2-A
& 2-B, all in accordance as shown on a map prepared by Charles L. McDonald
Land Surveyor, Inc., entitled, MAP SHOWING THE REDIVISION OF LOT
2 OF THE ORIGINAL LOT 7 OF THE SANTINY DIVISION, TOWN OF
GRAND ISLE, SECTION 28, T22S-R24, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA,
dated 20 January 2016.
ORDINANCE NO. ___
An ordinance approving the redivision of Lots 1, 2, and 3 of the Pirates Cove
Landing Subdivision into Lot 1A and Lot 3A, all in accordance with a plat
entitled Quentin Falgoust Lot Redivision by Angelette Picciola, LLC, Larry J.
Picciola, Surveyor, dated February 12, 2016.
Street Supervisor Chris Hernandez was recognized and made the following
request:
1. $882.00 for the purchase of 8 gas regulators and 12 inch gas valves
approved on a joint motion by the Council.
2. $1,986.00 for repairs to the 4x4 Ranger approved on a motion by Council
Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. and seconded by Council Member Ray Santiny.
3. $2,471.30 for repairs to the New Holland fork-lift approved on a motion
by Council Member Ray Santiny and seconded by Council Member Clifford
Santiny, Jr.
4. $2,370.80 to install safety lights on the Ford F-250, the new Ford F-350, the
Fork Lift and the Boom Truck approved on a motion by Council Member
Clifford Santiny, Jr. and seconded by Council Member Bladsacker.
Motion by Council Member Ray Santiny seconded by Council Member Clifford
Santiny, Jr. and unanimously agreed to grant permission to the New Orleans
Electrical Association to have a beer truck located at the Sand Dollar Marina on
June 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 2016 for their annual fishing tournament.
MINUTES: 03/08/16
A joint motion by the Council was unanimously agreed upon to pay National
Corrosion Service invoice in the amount of $1,157.20 for qualified operator
work from January 11 thru 22, 2016.
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Bladsacker and unanimously agreed upon to table the payment of $1,467.63 to
National Corrosion Services for operator qualification training.
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Bladsacker and unanimously agreed upon to pay Traffic Control Products
invoice of $896.30 for speed bumps.
Motion by Council Member Resweber seconded by Council Member Clifford
Santiny, Jr. and unanimously agreed to grant the request of Rosiland Besson to
trim trees at her home at 185 Chighizola Lane
Council Member Bladsacker reports/requests: 1. Reported broken rims at the
basketball court in Chighizola Park. 2. Reported that the Volleyball Court on
Cott Lane needs cleaning and some sand.
Mayors report: 1. Congratulated the Grand Isle School Trojans for winning
District. He also thanked the Police Chief the Council and all of the families
and residents for supporting the Trojans. 2. Workers will start this week boring
the new Entergy line. 3. Reported that Senator Alario and Representative
Gisclair are working hard for the towns Capitol Outlay Projects. 4. He will
be meeting with Councilmen Roberts and Templet to discuss the Head Start
program. He is fighting to save the program here on Grand Isle.
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Bladsacker and unanimously agreed to adjourn the meeting at 6:28 p.m.
David J. Camardelle, Mayor
Town of Grand Isle
ATTESTED:
Ray A. Santiny, Town Clerk
Town of Grand Isle
MINUTES: 03/08/16