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Parish &

City Officials
Parish President
John F. Young, Jr.
Parish Council
Christopher L. Roberts,
Chairman
Dist. 1: Ricky J. Templet
Dist. 2: Paul D. Johnston
Dist. 3: Mark D. Spears, Jr.
Dist. 4: E. “Ben” Zahn, III
Dist. 5: Cynthia Lee-Sheng
Council At Large
Div. A: Christopher I.
Roberts
Div. B: Elton M. Lagasse
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: Dan
Civello
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
It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that action on Summary
No. 24293 of an ordinance amending various sections of the Code relative to
Jefferson Parish Hospital District No. 1 and West Jefferson Medical Center as a
result of the lease partnership with Louisiana Children’s Medical Center and to
add any sections necessary for the Parish to implement the lease and govern the
District is deferred to September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action
on Summary No. 24294 of an ordinance authorizing the defeasance of all
outstanding bond indebtedness of Jefferson Parish Hospital District No. 1,
Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana; approving an escrow deposit agreement
and authorizing its execution; retaining an escrow agent; providing for notice
of defeasance and notice of redemption of all outstanding bond indebtedness is
hereby deferred until September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action on
Summary No. 24298 of an ordinance amending Section 2-519 of the Code Se.
2-519 regarding criteria for Membership of certain boards, committees and
authorities is hereby deferred until September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that action on Summary
No. 24304 of an ordinance accepting, approving and ratifying the revised
Bylaws of the East Jefferson General Hospital Board of Directors is deferred to
September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action on
Summary No. 24314 of an ordinance amending or rescinding Ordinance No.
18515; codified as Chapter 7, “Animals and Fowl”, Article II, “Animal Control
and Welfare”, Section 7-5 of the Code is hereby deferred until September 23,
2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action
on Summary No. 24315 of an ordinance dedicating the funds received as
reimbursement for lost tax revenues as a result of the BP Oil Spill to a 5% cost
of living increase retroactive to January 1, 2015 with a portion of the balance
after the cost of living increase to be divided in proportions between the Council
District Improvement/Assistant Funds and the General Fund is hereby deferred
until September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action on
Summary No. 24318 of an ordinance approving the form and execution of a
CEA with the Jefferson Parish Economic Development and Port District for the
purpose of securing certain financing to be undertaken by the Jefferson Parish
Economic Development and Port District; and other matters in connection
therewith, including the approval and execution of documents related thereto is
hereby deferred until September 23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125482

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
Dana Huete
Eric Chatelain
Lawrence Landry
Cindy Murray
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
Mayor
Michael S. Yenni
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.

A resolution selecting Mercury Associates, Inc., to provide comprehensive cost
benefit analysis for equipment services for the Department of Fleet under RFP
No. 0333 (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124679, adopted on the 25th day
of March, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Purchasing
Department to advertise for Request for Proposals to provide comprehensive
cost benefit analysis for equipment services for the Department of Fleet under
RFP No. 0333; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson seeks to obtain competitive proposals from
qualified firms with a proven record to complete a comprehensive cost benefit
analysis in an effort to achieve a cost savings through the retooling of some
portion(s) of Fleet Management operations; and,
WHEREAS, the Request for Proposal (RFP) process is beneficial to the Parish
of Jefferson as it allows for an in-depth evaluation of technical requirements,
operational information and weighted cost proposals being offered to maximize
operational efficiencies and minimize resulting fleet operation costs with an
associated staged plan of implementation; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on the June 12, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated June 16, 2015.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. The Jefferson Council does hereby select Mercury Associates, Inc.,
to provide comprehensive cost benefit analysis for equipment services for the
Department of Fleet under RFP No. 0333.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with selected vendor 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.
SECTION 3. The costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
Account No. 63500-3950-7331.
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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125483
A resolution selecting qualified firms interested in being engaged to conduct
an actuarial study for Jefferson Parish’s Self-Insured Program for Workers’
Compensation, General Liability, Automobile Liability and other insurance
coverages associated with the Jefferson Parish’s Property and Casualty
Insurance Program. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124947, adopted the 13’th day of May,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to advertise for
Statements of Qualifications Insurance Actuarial Consultant for the Department
of Risk Management; and
WHEREAS, the responses to Statements of Qualifications were received on the
10’th day of July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on the 11’thday of August 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated August 13, 2015.
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 Sigma to
provide Actuarial Consultant Services for Jefferson Parish’s Property and
Casualty Program.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with Sigma, 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.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 66760-5009-7341.6 (67696.004).
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125484
A resolution ratifying the Legal Services Evaluation Committee recommendation
that all qualified firms interested in providing legal services for the Parish be
selected in the fields in which they submitted. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee for Resolution Nos.
124267 and 124954 met on June 22, 2015 to discuss and score submittals of
Statements of Qualifications that the Council Clerk received from individuals
and/or firms interested in providing legal services to the Parish who are not one
of the 25 persons or firms approved by Resolution No. 124267 adopted on the
28th day of January 2015; and
WHEREAS, after deliberation and review, the Committee determined that the
two (2) additional firms who submitted were qualified to perform legal services
for the Parish and made a recommendation that those firms be selected to

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
SHERIFF’S 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

perform legal services in the fields in which they submitted.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Administrative Law and Regulatory
Practice: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle
Group.
SECTION 2. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected to
provide legal services to the Parish in Business Law: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins
& Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 3. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Civil Rights and the Constitution:
Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 4. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Code Enforcement Matters: Gaudry,
Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 5. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Complex Litigation (including asbestos
litigation): Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle
Group.
SECTION 6. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Construction Law: Gaudry, Ranson,
Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 7. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Dispute Resolution: Gaudry, Ranson,
Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 8. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Economic Development: Gaudry,
Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 9. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Environment, Energy and Resources:
Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 10. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Ethics Law: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins
& Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 11. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Health Law: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins
& Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 12. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Labor and Employment Law: Gaudry,
Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 13. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Law:
Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 14. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Municipal Representation (including
liability and intergovernmental conflicts): Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins &
Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 15. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Oil Spill Litigation: Gaudry, Ranson,
Higgins & Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 16. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Property Law: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins
& Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 17. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Public Contract Law: Gaudry, Ranson,
Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 18. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Securities: Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 19. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in State and Local Government Law:
Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 20. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Taxation: Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins &
Gremillion, LLC
SECTION 21. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Tort Trial and Insurance Practice:
Gaudry, Ranson, Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 22. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Transportation Law: Middleberg Riddle
Group.
SECTION 23. That All Qualified Firms listed in this section are hereby selected
to provide legal services to the Parish in Trust and Estate Law: Gaudry, Ranson,
Higgins & Gremillion, LLC; Middleberg Riddle Group.
SECTION 24. That Parish Attorney’s Office shall negotiate a contract with the
person or firms selected herein when an assignment has been made 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.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Templet, the following resolution
was offered:

LEGALS

LEGALS

LEGALS

RESOLUTION NO. 125485
A resolution selecting an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish. (Districts
1, 2, and 3)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124969 adopted June 10, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to re-advertise for
Statements of Qualifications; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on July 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated July 31, 2015.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish that:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby select Ronald J.
Gillen to provide ad hoc services for the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication
for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with Ronald J. Gillen, 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.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 10010-0111-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125486
A resolution selecting an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish. (Districts
2, 3, 4, and 5)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125107 adopted on June 10, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to advertise for Statements
of Qualifications; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on July 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated July 31, 2015.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish that:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby select Charles V.
Cusimano, II) to provide ad hoc services for the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with Charles V. Cusimano, II, 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.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 10010-0111-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125487
A resolution selecting a veterinarian to provide professional veterinary services
at the East Bank Animal Shelter on a full-time or part-time basis. (Council
District 2).
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125306 , adopted the 22nd day of July,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to advertise for
Statements of Qualifications for a one year contract for veterinarians interested
in providing professional veterinary services at the East Bank Shelter on a fulltime or part-time basis; and
WHEREAS, the responses to Statements of Qualifications were received on the
13th day of August, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on the 14th day of August, 2015;
and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated August 14, 2015.
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 Genevieve
Wisdom, DVM to provide professional veterinary services at the East Bank
Animal Shelter on a full time or part-time basis.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with Genevieve Wisdom., DVM, 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.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account 21710 -2200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125488
A resolution authorizing the Council, acting as the governing authority of
Hospital Service District No. 1 and Hospital Service District No. 2 to go into
executive session as authorized by LA RS 46:1073(B) to discuss and/or develop
marketing strategies and strategic plans for Hospital Service District No. 1 and/or
Hospital Service District No. 2, 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 Hospital Service District No. 1 and Hospital
Service District No. 2:
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 Hospital Service District No. 1 and/or Hospital
Service District No. 2.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 5 NAYS: None ABSENT: (2) Templet, Spears
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On joint motion of all Mr. Lagasse seconded by Mr. Roberts, it was moved,
that the reading of the minutes of the Jefferson Parish Council Meeting of
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 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 Jefferson Parish Council and further the minutes of
Jefferson Parish Council meetings of Wednesday, July 22, 2015 and February 11,
2015 to be corrected with the notations of corrections of publication as follows.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, August 12 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, August 19, 2015
None
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, July 22 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, July 29, 2015
Under Resolution 125266, in the fourth whereas section of the resolution the
completion date is incorrect.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, February 11 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, February 18, 2015
Under Resolution 124382, the adopted date read as January 14, 2015 and should
be read as February 11, 2015.
The Advocate, February 18, 2015
Under Resolution 124381, the adopted date read as January 14, 2015 and should

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be read as February 11, 2015.
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 26th day of August , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125489
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit Nos. 24005987, 24031645
and (2) Officer/Manager Permits: Richard Brown for Dat Bar, 1012 Jefferson
Highway, Jefferson, LA 70121, Lucien Oubre for The Fresh Market, 755 Veterans
Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70005 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
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125490
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# 75479, 75679, 75759, 75779, 75799, 75839, 75859
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125491
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for Rehabilitate
Existing Trickling Filter at Marrero WWTP PH 2 in accordance with the Plans
and Specifications prepared by Department of Sewerage and designating this
project as sales tax exempt. SCIP C2131A, (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Hartman Engineering, Inc
to perform engineering services in connection with the Rehabilitate Existing
Trickling Filter at Marrero WWTP PH 2; and
WHEREAS, the administration has qualified this project to be presented to
the Jefferson Parish Council for consideration and designation as “Sales Tax
Exempt”; and
WHEREAS, the plans and specifications for this bid contain necessary language
noticing all prospective bidders that this project has been designated as “Sales
Tax Exempt.”
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
Rehabilitate Existing Trickling Filter at Marrero WWTP PH 2 in accordance
with the Plans and Specifications as prepared by Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 2. That all necessary requirements are included as provided by
Jefferson Parish advertising procedures in the advertisement, the Bid Proposal
Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this project are charged to the
following Account Number: 44940-4023-7454 (49420.019)
SECTION 4. That this project is hereby designated as sales tax exempt and
shall include all the necessary language related to this exemption in the bid
specifications.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125492
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for Upgrades to
the Terry Town 2 Lift Station (Q-11-6) in accordance with the Plans and
Specifications prepared by Department of Sewerage and designating this project
as sales tax exempt. SCIP C3382, (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of GreenPoint Engineering
to perform engineering services in connection with the Upgrades to the Terry
Town 2 Lift Station (Q-11-6); and
WHEREAS, the administration has qualified this project to be presented to
the Jefferson Parish Council for consideration and designation as “Sales Tax
Exempt”; and
WHEREAS, the plans and specifications for this bid contain necessary language
noticing all prospective bidders that this project has been designated as “Sales
Tax Exempt.”
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
Upgrades to the Terry Town 2 Lift Station (Q-11-6) in accordance with the Plans
and Specifications as prepared by Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 2. That all necessary requirements are included as provided by
Jefferson Parish advertising procedures in the advertisement, the Bid Proposal
Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this project are charged to the
following Account Number: 44940-4023-7454 (49433.001)
SECTION 4. That this project is hereby designated as sales tax exempt and
shall include all the necessary language related to this exemption in the bid
specifications.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125493
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Beverly Construction Co.,
LLC received on July 28, 2015, under Proposal No. 50-113128 in the amount of
$1,111,721.00 for B&C Canal Drainage Improvements - Westbank Expressway
to 5th Avenue, Public Works Project No. 2010-022-DR. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish received bids on July 28, 2015 for the construction
of B&C Canal Drainage Improvements (between Westbank Expressway and 5th
Avenue), Public Works Project No. 2010-022-DR; and
WHEREAS, Beverly Construction Co., LLC submitted the lowest responsible
bid under Proposal No. 50-113128 at the total cost of $1,111,721.00; and
WHEREAS, the engineer has reviewed the bids and has recommended that
award of contract be made to Beverly Construction Co., LLC; and
WHEREAS, the project is receiving State Capital Outlay funds; and
WHEREAS, the State Office of Facility Planning and Control has reviewed
the bids and has given its concurrence to award the construction to Beverly
Construction Co, LLC; and
WHEREAS, the construction will be paid for by a combination of funds from
the State Capital Outlay Program and local funds, and that sufficient funds are
currently in place to complete the project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Beverly Construction Co.,
LLC received on July 28, 2015, under Proposal No. 50-113128 in the amount
of $1,111,721.00 for B&C Canal Drainage Improvements (between Westbank
Expressway and 5th Avenue), Public Works Project No. 2010-022-DR be and is
hereby accepted.

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SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are hereby authorized, empowered and
directed to sign and execute a contract with Beverly Construction Co., LLC,
which contract shall include the bid proposal, plans and specifications for said
project.
SECTION 3. That all work related to the construction of B&C Canal Drainage
Improvements (between Westbank Expressway and 5th Avenue), shall be
charged to Account No. 45310-4077-7454(53115.001).
SECTION 4. That the term of this contract shall commence on the date indicated
on the Notice To Proceed.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125494
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Gottfried Contracting, LLC,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-113577 for labor, material and equipment required
for Headworks Rehabilitation at the Harvey WWTP at the bid tabulation
price of $2,303,388.00 (Base + Alt 1 & 2) and authorizing the execution of the
“Designation of Construction Contractor as Agent of a Governmental Entity and
Sales Tax Exemption Certificate” for Gottfried Contracting, LLC. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $2,303,388.00 (Base + Alt 1 & 2)
without a ratified Change Order. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, the Parish has engaged Barowka and Bonura Engineers and
Consultants, LLC (BBEC) as part of the Sewerage Capital Improvement
Program to prepare the plans and specifications for Headworks Rehabilitation at
Harvey WWTP, SCIP Project No. C3121, hereinafter referred to as the Project;
and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has received bids on July 30, 2015, for labor,
materials and equipment required for the project; and
WHEREAS, Gottfried Contracting, LLC submitted the lowest responsible bid
under Proposal No. 50-113577 at the total cost of $2,303,388.00 (Base + Alt 1
& 2); and
WHEREAS, BBEC has recommended that award of the contract be made to the
lowest responsible bidder - Gottfried Contracting, LLC; and
WHEREAS, the bid of Gottfried Contracting, LLC is in order and within the
available construction budget for the project; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson will realize substantial savings on the cost
of Headworks Rehabilitation at the Harvey WWTP by applying sales taxes
exemption on materials and equipment purchased for the project; and
WHEREAS, the construction documents allow for the Parish of Jefferson to
utilize the advantage of sales tax exempt status.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Sewerage of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Gottfried Contracting,
LLC received July 30, 2015, under Proposal No. 50-113577 in the amount of
$2,303,388.00 (Base + Alt 1 & 2) for labor, material and equipment required for
Headworks Rehabilitation at Harvey WWTP, SCIP Project No. C3121 be and is
hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized to execute the “Designation of Construction Contractor
as Agent of a Governmental Entity and Sales Tax Exemption Certificate” for
Gottfried Contracting, LLC.
SECTION 3: That the cost for this construction is to be funded from Account
No. 44940-4023-7454 (49420.017) of the Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $2,303,388.00
without a ratified change order.
SECTION 5: That the term of this contract shall commence from the date
indicated on the Notice to Proceed.
SECTION 6: That the Council Chairman or, in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125495
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of C. Bud Taulli Construction,
Inc., under Bid Proposal No. 50-113785 for a two (2) year contract for Heavy
Equipment Rental (Part III) at the bid tabulation price of $ 29,042.00. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $150,000.00 for the two (2) years,
by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there was one (1) bid received for Proposal No. 50-113785; and
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $7,050.00 for the current contract
with C. Bud Taulli Construction, Inc., for the period from September 30, 2013
to July 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the current contract shall expire on September 29, 2015; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $150,000.00 for the two
(2) years, for Heavy Equipment Rental (Part III).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Public Works of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of C. Bud Taulli Construction,
Inc. under Bid Proposal No. 50-113785 for a two (2) year contract for Heavy
Equipment Rental (Part III) services for the Department of Public Works, at the
bid tabulation price of $29,042.00, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon September
30, 2015.
SECTION 3: That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
7443 of the Department of Drainage.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $150,000.00 for the
two (2) years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5: That the Council Chairman or, in his 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 foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows: tremendously
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125496
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Servcorp International,
Inc., to provide a two (2) year contract for Auctioneering Services, bid under
Bid No. 50-113573, in the amount of 4.15% of the gross proceeds for On-Site
(Live) Auctioneering for each sale, for the Department of General Services.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on July 23, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Servcorp International, Inc. was the lowest responsible bid
received; and
WHEREAS, Servcorp International, Inc. will be paid 4.15% of the gross
proceeds of the total dollar amount collected at the on-site (live) auction; and
WHEREAS, expenditures under contract 55-13304, with ServCorp International,
Inc., were $28,235.88, covering the period from 6/28/2013 thru 6/27/15; and
WHEREAS, the contract shall be for a period of two (2) years beginning with
the date indicated on the Notice to Proceed.
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 Servcorp International, Inc.,
to provide a two (2) year contract for Auctioneering Services, bid under Bid
No. 50-113573, in the amount of 4.15% of the gross proceeds for On-Site (Live)
Auctioneering for each sale, for the Department of General Services, be and is
hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the contract shall be for a period of two (2) years beginning
with the date indicated on the Notice to Proceed.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Servcorp
International, Inc.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7331, Professional Services.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:

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YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125497
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Diamond Food Distributors,
Inc., bid under Bid No. 50-113775, to provide a one year supply of frozen foods
for the Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community Action
Program’s Project Head Start, with a contract cap of $722,174.80 (ParishWide).
WHEREAS, the Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community
Action Program’s Project Head Start, require supplies of frozen foods; and
WHEREAS, there were no food items disqualified based upon the nutritional
guidelines mandated by the CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program), and
the Department of Education from this frozen food bid; and
WHEREAS, the current contract shall expire on December 09, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Departments
of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community Action Program’s Project Head
Start:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Diamond Food Distributors, Inc.,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-113775 for a one year contract for frozen food supply
services for the Department of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community
Action Program’s Project Head Start at the bid tabulation price of $722,174.80,
be and is hereby accepted. Items 1 -117 and Items 120-172 are being awarded to
Diamond Food Distributors, Inc.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon December 10,
2015, and that payment is hereby authorized for services associated with this
contract upon this date. Upon this date the Purchasing Department be and is
hereby authorized to issue purchase orders and/or contracts for the purpose of
said supplies, in accordance with the terms of the bid proposal and the resolution.
SECTION 3: That the contract cap for the supply of frozen food with Diamond
Food Distributors, Inc. is $722,174.80. Compensation shall not exceed contract
amounts by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contact
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 4: That costs related to the above are to be shared equally between the
departments and charged to Juvenile Services Account No. 21700-2151-7235.7,
and Head Start Account No. 21070-1060-202-7235.7-10789-013, and future
projects as they become available.
SECTION 5: That the Council Chairman or, in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125498
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bids of Diamond Food Distributors,
Inc., Bernard Food Industries Inc., and Groetsch Wholesale Grocers bid
under Bid No. 50-113776, to provide a one year supply of staple foods for the
Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community Action Program’s
Project Head Start, with a contract cap of $546,683.67 (ParishWide).
WHEREAS, the Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community
Action Program’s Project Head Start, require supplies of staple foods; and
WHEREAS, there were no food items disqualified based upon the nutritional
guidelines mandated by the CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program), and
the Department of Education from this staple food bid; and
WHEREAS, the current contract shall expire on December 09, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Departments
of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community Action Program’s Project Head
Start:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bids of Diamond Food Distributors,
Inc., Bernard Food Industries Inc., and Groetsch Wholesale Grocers bid under
Bid No. 50-113776 for a one year contract for staple food supply services for the
Department of Juvenile Services and Jefferson Community Action Program’s
Project Head Start at the total bid tabulation price of $546,683.67, be and are
hereby accepted. Items 2, 4, 6-7, 8, 10, 12, 17-18, 22-29, 31-35, 37, 39-41, 44,
46-50, 53, 54, 57, 62-63, 74, 76, 78-79, 82-83, 90, 96, 100, 103, 106, 109, 112, 116118, 123, 125-129, 133-135, 139, 141, 143, 146-147, 154, 156, 158, 161-163, 165,
172-173, 179, 183, 190, 194, 202-207, 209-212, 216-222, 226, 228-231, 233-241,
243-249, 251, 254, 256-264 are being awarded to Diamond Food Distributors,
Inc.; Item 61 is being awarded to Bernard Food Industries Inc.; Items 1, 3, 5, 9,
11, 13-16, 19-21, 30, 36, 38, 42-43, 45, 51-52, 55-56, 58-60, 64-73, 75, 77, 80-81,
84-89, 91-95, 97-99, 101-102, 104-105, 107-108, 110-111, 113-115, 119-122, 124,
130-132, 136-138, 140, 142, 144-145,
148-153, 155, 157, 159-160, 164, 166-171, 174-178, 180-182, 184-189, 191-193,
195-201, 208, 213-215, 223-225, 227, 232, 250, 252-253, 255 are being awarded
to Groetsch Wholesale Grocers. There were no bids on item 242.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon December 10,
2015, and that payment is hereby authorized for services associated with this
contract upon this date. Upon this date the Purchasing Department be and is
hereby authorized to issue purchase orders and/or contracts for the purpose of
said supplies, in accordance with the terms of the bid proposal and the resolution.
SECTION 3: That the contract cap for the supply of staple food with Diamond
Food Distributors, Inc., Bernard Food Industries Inc., and Groetsch Wholesale
Grocers is $546,683.67. Compensation shall not exceed contract amounts by
a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contact authorized by
resolution of the Council.
SECTION 4: That costs related to the above are to be shared equally between the
departments and charged to Juvenile Services Account No. 21700-2151-7235.7,
and Head Start Account No. 21070-1060-202-7235.7-10789-013, and future
projects as they become available.
SECTION 5: That the attached lowest bidder list identifies the food by line item
number, and the selected low bid vendor for each item; which list is attached and
made part of this resolution.
SECTION 6: That Diamond Food Distributors, Inc. will be contracted for
$304,635.80, Groetsch Wholesale Grocers will be contracted for $239,155.87,
and Bernard Food Industries Inc. will be contracted for $2,892.00.
SECTION 7: That the Council Chairman or, in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125499
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Fluid Process & Pumps,
LLC, under Proposal No. 50-113747, for the purchase of a quantity of vertical dry
pit close-coupled non-clog sewerage pumps, for the Department of Sewerage, at
the total cost of $111,962.00. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, this equipment will replace the pumps at sewer lift station F6-11
(Houma & West Napoleon), to diminish stoppages and prevent sewer back-ups
into homes and businesses in the area; and
WHEREAS, the bid from Industrial Commercial Motors & Controls, LLC was
rejected because they could not provide documentation verifying that their
product was an equal. In addition, they could not meet the testing requirements
specified in section 3.01-B of the specifications.
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 Fluid Process & Pumps, LLC,
under Proposal No. 50-113747, for the purchase of a quantity of vertical dry pit
close-coupled non-clog sewerage pumps, for the Department of Sewerage, at the
total cost of $111,962.00 be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue a purchase order for the purchase of said items, in accordance with the
terms of the bid proposal and this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the cost of these items be charged to Sewerage Capital
Improvements Program Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7742(49403.002).
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman or in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125500
A resolution to reject all bids for a two (2) year contract for the supply of high
purity gases, Proposal No. 50-113367 for the Department of Public Works, Water
Quality Laboratory, (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on June 11, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Air Liquide was determined to be a non-responsible contractor due
to a recent record of failure to perform in accordance with the terms of their
present contract with the Parish, as per the attached disqualification letter that
has been sent to the apparent low bidder being disqualified; and
WHEREAS, the time frame for a challenge of the disqualification has elapsed;
and
WHEREAS, the disqualification has been upheld, as per the attached letter
issued by Research and Budget Analysis; and
WHEREAS, no responsive bids were received.
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 bid of Air Liquide for a two (2) year contract for the supply
of high purity gases, Proposal No. 50-113367 for the Department of Public
Works, Water Quality Laboratory is hereby disqualified.
SECTION 2. That a proper letter has been sent to the apparent low bidder
being disqualified and the time frame for a challenge of the disqualification has
elapsed.
SECTION 3. That the disqualification has been upheld by Research and Budget
Analysis.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his 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.
SECTION 5. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized
to re-bid the two (2) year contract for the supply of high purity gases for the
Department of Public Works, Water Quality Laboratory.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125501
A resolution granting Change Order No. 2 (Final) to the contract with Gottfried
Contracting LLC under Proposal No. 50-109098 for labor, materials and
equipment required for Odor Control at the Marrero Waste Water Treatment
Plant, SCIP Project No. C2130, for a decrease in the cost of the contract by
$5,000.00 from $1,856,126.94 to $1,851,126.94 (Council District No. 3).
WHEREAS, the council has contracted the services of Gottfried Contracting
LLC in connection with labor, materials and equipment required for Odor
Control at the Marrero Waste Water Treatment Plant, SCIP Project No. C2130;
and
WHEREAS, the construction notice to proceed was issued for August 4, 2014,
with a final completion date of July 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 revised the contract termination date to July
30, 2015 and added $122,005.00 to the original contract amount of $1,734,121.94;
and
WHEREAS, deletion of construction items as detailed in this change order
and associated backups reduced the total contract amount by $5,000.00 from
$1,856,126.94 to $1,851,126.94; and
WHEREAS, that Change Order No. 2 (Final) represents a decrease of 0.28%
relative to the original contract cost; and
WHEREAS, that Change Order 1 and 2 represents a cumulative increase of
6.7% relative to the original contract cost; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has engaged the services of Shread-Kuyrkendall &
Associates, Inc.; and
WHEREAS, the Engineer recommends approval of Change Order No. 2.
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. 2 (Final) to the contract with Gottfried
Contracting LLC under Proposal No. 50-109098, SCIP Project No. C2130 for
a decrease in the contract by $5,000.00 from $1,856,126.94 to $1,851,126.94,
INSTRUMENT NO. 11420908, M.O.B. 4616, FOLIO 53.
SECTION 2. That Change Order 1 increasing the contract amount and time has
been ratified and recorded. Instrument No. 11452354, MOB 4636, Folio 695.
SECTION 3. That the funds for the cost of this project are available from the
Department of Sewerage Budget Account 44940-4023-7454 (49431.001),
Contract No. 55-14293.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125502
A resolution authorizing and approving the execution of Change Order No. 1
to the contract with A NEW Rock Co., Inc. for the Jefferson Parish Sanitary
Landfill Phase 3B Final Cover, Drainage and Service Road, Project No. 2014028-ENV, Contract No. 55-00014829 for work performed by the Contractor for
an increase of $128,617.75 to the contract price, thereby increasing the contract
price from $782,970.88 to $911,588.63 and extends the contract time by fortynine (49) calendar days. Change Order No. 1 represents a 16.4% increase in the
original contract amount under Proposal No. 50-111456. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of A NEW Rock Co., Inc.
for the Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill Phase 3B Final Cover, Drainage and
Service Road, Project No. 2014-028-ENV, Contract No. 55-00014829; and
WHEREAS, the original contract was recorded with the Clerk of Court in
and for the Parish of Jefferson M.O.B. 4642, Page 441, Instrument Number
11507526; and
WHEREAS, there are no previously recorded Change Orders; and
WHEREAS, a change to the cost of the contract resulted from the out-of-scope
debris removal from the work area, soil excavation for repair of a geomembrane
leak, manual clearing and soil placement around 48 new landfill gas wells,
probing for the location of a buried landfill gas header, relocating a road and
ditch section due to a newly installed buried forcemain; extending an 8-inch
water line and relocate a fire hydrant to improve fire protection; and
WHEREAS, the Change Order 1 increases the contract amount by $128,617.75
and extends the contract time by forty-nine (49) calendar days and thereby
increasing the contract price from $782,970.88 to $911,588.63, representing a
16.4% increase in the original contract amount with a new contract end date of
September 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of GreenPoint Engineering to
perform the engineering services; and
WHEREAS, the Engineer’s letter recommending Change Order No. 1 is
attached.
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 authorize and approve the execution
of Change Order No. 1 to the contract with of A NEW Rock Co., Inc. for the
Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill Phase 3B Final Cover, Drainage and Service
Road, Project No. 2014-028-ENV, Contract No. 55-00014829, M.O.B. 4642,
Page 441, Instrument Number 11507526 for work performed by the Contractor
for an increase of $128,617.75 to the contract price and extends the contract
time by forty-nine (49) calendar days. Change Order No. 1 represents a 16.4%
increase in the original contract amount under Proposal No. 50-111456.
SECTION 2. That the increase in cost of the services is to be charged to Account
No. 45900-4051-7454 (59010.040), Contract No. 55-00014829, for an increase in
the contract amount from $782,970.88 to $911,588.63.
SECTION 3. That new date for final completion would be September 30, 2015.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125503

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A resolution granting Change Order No. 2 (Final) to the contract with Gottfried
Contracting LLC under Proposal No. 50-109099 for labor, materials and
equipment required to Rehabilitate Existing Trickling Filters at Marrero WWTP,
SCIP Project No. C2131, for a decrease in the cost of the contract by $288,547.65
from $2,256,250.00 to $1,967,702.35 (Council District No. 3).
WHEREAS, by virtue of resolution number 122628 dated April 9, 2014, the
council has contracted the services of Gottfried Contracting LLC in connection
with labor, materials and equipment required to Rehabilitate Existing Trickling
Filters at Marrero WWTP, SCIP Project No. C2131; and
WHEREAS, the construction notice to proceed was issued for September 1,
2014, with a final completion date of July 27, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 approved inclusion of the revised Davis Bacon
Wage decision without changing the contract amount of $2,256,250.00 which
was a requirement according to the funding agency (LDEQ); and
WHEREAS, deletion of construction items as detailed in the change order and
associated backups reduced the total contract amount by $288,547.65 from
$2,256,250.00 to $1,967,702.35; and
WHEREAS, that the Change Order 1 and 2 represents a cumulative decrease of
12.78% 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. 2.
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. 2 (Final) to the contract with Gottfried
Contracting LLC under Proposal No. 50-109099, SCIP Project No. C2131 for
a decrease in the contract by $288,547.65 from $2,256,250.00 to $1,967,702.35,
INSTRUMENT NO. 11421647, M.O.B. 4616, FOLIO 515.
SECTION 2. Change Order No. 1 was ratified but not recorded.
SECTION 3. That the funds for the cost of this project are available from the
Department of Sewerage Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7454 (49420.018),
Contract No. 55-14301.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125504
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 (Final) to
the Contract No. 55-00014765 dated September 19, 2014, with Command
Construction, LLC, (Instrument 11439225, Mortgage Book 4627, Page 934) for
an increase of $9,176.20 to the contract amount with no additional contract time
for the Bucktown Connector Route and Signal Crossing Project Phase II and III,
Public Works Project Nos. 2011-041-RB and 2012-013-RB, Proposal No. 50109968. Work associated with this Change Order is complete and is within the
original scope of the project. (Council District No. 5)
WHEREAS, it was necessary to adjust thirty-one (31) items of work in order
to reflect field requirements, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the
amount of $9,176.20; and
WHEREAS, this project is part of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Recreational Trails Program (RTP) managed by the Louisiana Office of State
Parks (LOSP) and the participation on this project is 80% FHWA and 20% local
funds; and
WHEREAS, the contract amount of $188,003.20 will be funded $150,754.00 by
the FHWA and $37,249.20 with local funds; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) in the amount of $9,176.20 represents
a 5.13% 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 $178,827.00 to $188,003.20; and
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded change orders; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) is intended to be final, but subject to
audit by the Louisiana Office of State Parks in the future.
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. 55-00014765 dated September 19, 2014, with
Command Construction, LLC (Instrument 11439225, Mortgage Book 4627,
Page 934) for an increase of $9,176.20 to the contract amount with no additional
contract time for the Bucktown Connector Route and Signal Crossing Project
Phase II and III, Public Works Project Nos. 2011-041-RB and 2012-013-RB,
Proposal No. 50-109968.
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.
44610-4011-7454 (46110.014).
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125505
A resolution granting Change Order No. 1 to the contract with BLD Services,
LLC under Proposal No. 50-112122 for labor, materials and equipment required
for Tolmas Tract Force Mains & Gravity Reroutes, SCIP Project No. C5612 for a
deduct in the cost of the contract by $61,211.60 from $852,312.00 to $791,100.40
(Council District No. 5).
WHEREAS, the council has contracted the services of BLD Services, LLC in
connection with labor, materials and equipment required for Tolmas Tract Force
Mains & Gravity Reroutes, SCIP Project No. C5612; and
WHEREAS, the construction notice to proceed was issued for March 19, 2015,
with a substantial completion date of July 27, 2015, and a final completion date
of August 27, 2015; and
WHEREAS, due to the existing field conditions, there was a net underrun on
construction items on this contract; and
WHEREAS, deduction of construction items as detailed in the change order
and associated backups reduced the total contract amount by $61,211.60 from
$852,312.00 to $791,100.40; and
WHEREAS, that the revised total of Change Order No. 1 is a reduction of 7.18%
relative to the original contract cost; and
WHEREAS, that the Parish has engaged the services of All South Consulting
Engineers; and
WHEREAS, that the Engineer recommends approval of Change Order No. 1.
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 to the contract with BLD Services, LLC
under Proposal No. 50-112122, SCIP Project No. C5612 for deduct in the contract
by $61,211.60 from $852,312.00 to $791,100.40, Instrument No. 11511697,
M.O.B. 4645, Folio 546.
SECTION 2. That the funds for the cost of this project are available from the
Department of Sewerage Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7454 (49415.003),
Contract No. 55-14953.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125506
A resolution granting final completion to Gottfried Contracting LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated May 30, 2014, for
Odor Control at the Marrero Waste Water Treatment Plant, Proposal No. 50109098, SCIP Project No. C2130; (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, there is a construction contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
Gottfried Contracting LLC dated May 30, 2104, authorized by Resolution No.
122627 for Odor Control at the Marrero Wastewater Treatment Plant; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 adding one hundred twenty (120) calendar days and
$122,005.00 revised the contract amount from $1,734,121.94 to $1,856,126.94
has been ratified and recorded; and

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WHEREAS, Change Order 2 (Final) which is expected to get ratified during the
August 26, 2015 council meeting, reduces the contract amount by $5000.00; and
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Shread-Kuyrkendall &
Associates, Inc. to perform the engineering services for the project and ShreadKuyrkendall & Associates, Inc. recommends final completion of the contract;
and
WHEREAS, the value of the completed project after ratification of Change
Order 2 (Final) is of the amount $1,851,126.94.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Gottfried Contracting LLC is hereby granted effective upon
adoption of this resolution, final completion for their contract under Proposal
No. 50-109098 for Odor Control at the Marrero Waste Water Treatment Plant,
SCIP Project No. C2130, which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Court in
and for the Parish of Jefferson. INSTRUMENT NO. 11420908, M.O.B. 4616,
FOLIO 53)
SECTION 2. That Change Order 1 increasing the contract time and amount has
been ratified and recorded. Instrument No. 11452354, MOB 4636, Folio 695.
SECTION 3. That Change Order No. 2 (Final) decreasing the contract amount
by $5,000.00 from $1,856,126.94 to $1,851,126.94 is expected to be ratified
during August 26, 2015 council meeting.
SECTION 4. That the said Gottfried Contracting 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 Gottfried Contracting
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125507
A resolution granting final completion to Gottfried Contracting LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated June 5, 2014, to
Rehabilitate Existing Trickling Filters at Marrero WWTP, Proposal No. 50109099, SCIP Project No. C2131; (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, there is a construction contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
Gottfried Contracting LLC dated June 5, 2104, authorized by Resolution No.
122628 to Rehabilitate Existing Trickling Filters at Marrero WWTP; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 revising the Davis Bacon Wage Decision adding
zero (0) calendar days and no change to the contract amount was ratified by
virtue of Resolution No. 123794 dated November 5, 2014, and was not recorded;
and
WHEREAS, Change Order 2 which is expected to get ratified during the August
26, 2015, council meeting adds zero (0) calendar days and reduces the contract
amount by $288,517.65; 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 2 (Final) is of the amount $1,967,702.35.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Gottfried Contracting LLC is hereby granted effective upon
adoption of this resolution, final completion for their contract under Proposal
No. 50-109099 to Rehabilitate Existing Trickling Filters at Marrero WWTP,
SCIP Project No. C2131, which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Court in
and for the Parish of Jefferson. (INSTRUMENT NO. 11421647, M.O.B. 4616,
FOLIO 515)
SECTION 2. Change Order 1 which has been ratified by virtue of Resolution No.
123794 has been not been recorded.
SECTION 3. Change Order 2 (final) decreasing the contract amount by
$288,517.65 from $2,256,250.00 to $1,967,702.35 is expected to be ratified
during August 26, 2015 council meeting.
. SECTION 4. The total value of the contract after ratification of Change Orders
1 and 2 will be $1,967,702.35 which is a decrease of 12.8% over the original
contract amount of $2,256,250.00.
SECTION 5. That the said Gottfried Contracting 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 6. That at the expiration of the 45 days, the said Gottfried Contracting
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125508
A resolution granting acceptance to Command Construction, LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated September 19, 2014
for the Bucktown Connector Route and Signal Crossing Project Phase II and
III, Public Works Project Nos. 2011-041-Rb and 2012-013-RB, Contract No. 5500014765, Bid Proposal No. 50-109968. (Council District No. 5)
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 Command Construction, LLC is hereby granted acceptance
of their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated September
19, 2014 for the Bucktown Connector Route and Signal Crossing Project Phase
II and III, Public Works Project Nos. 2011-041-Rb and 2012-013-RB, Contract
No. 55-00014765, Bid Proposal No. 50-109968 which is recorded with the Clerk
of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in Mortgage Book 4627, Page 934
Instrument 11439225.
SECTION 2. The said Command Construction, 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 Command Construction,
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 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125509
A resolution granting substantial completion to BLD Services, LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated March 19, 2015, for
Tolmas Tract Force Mains & Gravity Reroutes, Proposal No. 50-112122, SCIP
No. C5612; (Council District 5).
WHEREAS, there is a construction contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
BLD Services, LLC, dated March 19, 2015, authorized by Resolution No. 124349
for Tolmas Tract Force Mains & Gravity Reroutes; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 having no effect on the contract time and reducing
the cost of this contract by $61,211.60 and this substantial completion resolution
is expected to be ratified during the same council meeting and has therefore not
yet been recorded; and
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of All South Consulting
Engineers (ASCE) to perform the engineering services for the project and ASCE
recommends acceptance of the contract subject to completion of the punch list

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which is included in their Recommendation of Substantial Completion dated
July 27, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the value of the completed project after including adjustments
made through Change Order 1 is $791,100.40.
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, subject to the completion of tasks listed
in the attached punch list, for their contract under Proposal No. 50- 112122 for
Tolmas Tract Force Mains & Gravity Reroutes, SCIP Project No. C5612, which
contract is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson
M.O.B. 4645, FOLIO 546, INSTRUMENT NO.11511697.
SECTION 2. Change Order 1 having no effect on the contract time and reducing
the contract amount is expected to be ratified by the council during the same
council meeting as this substantial resolution and has therefore not been
recorded.
SECTION 3. 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 4. 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
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125510
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Chevron Pipe Line
Company Application No. PIER 2015-22 (P20150638) to lower four (4) segments
of two (2) 6-inch pipelines, located east of the Intracoastal Waterway on the
northern side of Bayou Perot, about 4 miles southwest of Lafitte, Louisiana.
(Council District 1)
WHEREAS, although these 6-inch pipelines are buried three (3) feet below
the water bottom surface in compliance with the Department of Transportation
standard, as an additional safety measure, Chevron Pipe Line Company
maintains four and one half (4.5) feet of ground cover over their 6-inch pipelines;
and
WHEREAS, along the four (4) specific sites of the pipeline route, the soil has
been displaced by erosion and water currents, providing less than 4.5 feet of
ground cover; and
WHEREAS, along each segment, the pipelines will be jetted a minimum of 4.5
feet below the mudline; and
WHEREAS, a 30 x 30 foot layer of concrete mats will be placed over the
pipelines adjacent to an existing platform; and
WHEREAS, approximately 0.7 acres of non-vegetated water bottoms will be
temporarily displaced through pipeline lowering operations with anticipated
refill by naturally occurring sedimentation; and
WHEREAS, no dredging is required for access to pipeline segment locations;
and
WHEREAS, no coastal wetland impacts are anticipated, as all work will be
performed on vessels in open water; and
WHEREAS, Chevron Pipe Line Company has submitted an application for
a PIER Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to the Jefferson
Parish Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
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 Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Chevron Pipe Line
Company Application No. PIER 2015-22 (P20150638) to lower four (4) segments
of two (2) 6-inch pipelines, located east of the Intracoastal Waterway on the
northern side of Bayou Perot, about 4 miles southwest of Lafitte, Louisiana.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Project Consulting Services,
Inc., Attn: Nancy Bean, 302 La Rue France, Suite 200, Lafayette, LA 70508.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to Chevron Pipe Line Company, Attn: Charles Child, 100
Northpark Blvd., Covington, LA 70433.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125511
A resolution granting permission to the Woodmere Civic Association, 4100
Glenmere Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058, represented by Linda Johnson,
to erect temporary signs on the Parish’s rights-of-way at various locations in
Council District 3 to advertise the Woodmere Civic Association Community
Picnic to be held on September 5, 2015, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; and
otherwise providing with respect thereto (Council District 3)
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 Woodmere Civic
Association, 4100 Glenmere Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058, represented by
Linda Johnson, to erect temporary signs on the Parish’s rights-of-way at various
locations in Council District 3 to advertise the Woodmere Civic Association
Community Picnic to be held on September 5, 2015, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SECTION 2. That said signs shall measure no more than three feet wide by two
feet high and that a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each sign.
SECTION 3. That said signs are to be erected no earlier than August 14, 2015 and
must be removed from the Parish’s rights-of –way by no later than September
12, 2015.
SECTION 4. That copies of this resolution shall be forwarded to the Woodmere
Civic Association, 4100 Glenmere Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058; to Ms. Linda
Johnson, 3801 Shannon Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058, ; and to the Directors
of the Department of Citizens’ Affairs and the Department of Inspection and
Code Enforcement.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125512
A resolution granting permission to Louisiana Fire Juniors of LA, 1918 18th
Street, Kenner, LA 70062, represented by Mr. Kenny Rubenstein, to conduct a
“New Orleans Champions Cup Tournament” on Saturday, November 14, 2015,
from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 15, 2015, from 8:00 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park; and to allow the sale of novelties, beverages
and food in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines and agreements; to
allow the erection of tents in connection with said tournament, provided that
all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Inspection
and Code Enforcement, Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department
and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to conduct such an event; that all
requirements and regulations of said departments and Lafreniere Park are met,
and that all required fire regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish
taxes.
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 Louisiana Fire
Juniors of LA, 1918 18th Street, Kenner, LA 70062, represented by Mr.
Kenny Rubenstein, to conduct a “New Orleans Champions Cup Tournament”
on Saturday, November 14, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m and Sunday,
November 15, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park; and to
allow the sale of novelties, beverages and food in conformance with Parish and
Park guidelines and agreements, and to allow the erection of tents in connection

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with said tournament; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department and the Jefferson Parish
Sheriff’s 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, and that all required fire regulations
are met.
SECTION III. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Kenny
Rubenstein, 1918 18th Street, Kenner, Louisiana 70062, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125513
A resolution granting permission to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
3636 S. I-10 Service Road, Suite 304, Metairie, LA 70001, represented by
Darby Berthelot, to conduct the LLS Light the Night Walk for The Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society to be held on Thursday, November 6, 2014, from 9:00
a.m. until 9:30 p.m. at Lafreniere Park, with proceeds going to the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society to support research, programs and services; to allow
the serving of refreshments and food in conformance with Parish and Park
guidelines and agreements; and to allow outdoor music (provided that the
Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on Thursday, November 5, 2015,
until 9:30 p.m.; and to allow the erection of tents in connection with said event,
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department
of Inspection and Code Enforcement, Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriff’s Office and the Jefferson Parish Fire Department to conduct such
an event, and that all requirements and regulations of said departments and
Lafreniere Park are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes in connection
with said event. Permission is also granted to place a banner near the Pavilion
and small signs around the walking path at both entrances to Lafreniere Park the
day of the event, provided that all signs and banners are removed by 9:30 p.m.,
Thursday, November 5, 2015.
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 The Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society, 3636 S. I-10 Service Road, Suite 304, Metairie, LA 70001,
represented by Darby Berthelot, to conduct the LLS Light the Night Walk for
the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to be held on Thursday, November 5,
2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. at Lafreniere Park, with proceeds going
to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to support research and programs; to
allow the serving of refreshments and food in conformance with Parish and Park
guidelines and agreements; and to allow outdoor music (provided that the Parish
noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on Thursday, November 5, 2015, until
9:30 p.m.; and to allow the erection of tents in connection with said event.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Jefferson Parish
Fire Department to conduct such an event, 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; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes
in connection with said event.
SECTION III. That permission is also granted to place a banner near the Pavilion,
and small signs around the walking path at both entrances to Lafreniere Park the
day of the event, provided that all signs and banners are removed by 9:30 p.m.,
Thursday, November 5, 2015.
SECTION IV. That the proceeds from said event will go to the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society to support research, programs and services.
SECTION V. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to The
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, c/o Darby Berthelot, 3636 S. I-10 Service
Road, Metairie, LA 70001; 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125514
A resolution granting permission to Archbishop Chapelle Parents Club, 8800
Veterans Blvd., Metairie, LA. 70003, represented by Ms. Mary Causin, Craft
Fair Chairperson, to hold a Craft Fair on the school grounds on Saturday,
September 26, 2015, beginning at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 4:00 p.m.; to raise
funds for the Parents Club to hold a Prom Fest for the Class of 2016; to allow the
sale of refreshments, food and crafts, provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement, the
Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Health Department and the
Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office 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 erect five (7) temporary signs not to exceed
4-foot by 8-foot advertising said craft fair fourteen (14) days prior to the event
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 school
parking lot or public right-of-way on the south side of Veterans Blvd.; one on
the Parish right-of-way in the median of Power Boulevard at Kawanee Avenue;
one on the Parish right-of-way in the median of West Metairie Avenue at Airline
Park Boulevard; one on the Parish right-of-way in the median near the U-turn
on West Napoleon Avenue at David Drive; one on the Parish right-of-way in
the median of Transcontinental Drive near Veterans Blvd. (not in the median
of Veterans Blvd.); one on the Parish right-of-way of Transcontinental Drive
near Airline Drive; and one on the Parish right-of-way at Mississippi Avenue
and Veterans Blvd. Permission is also granted to allow the erection of a banner
type sign in front of Archbishop Chapelle High School on September 12, 2015,
through September 26, 2015; and to allow the erection of banner type signs on
the water tower fence at David Drive and Veterans Boulevard on September 12,
2015 through September 26, 2015; and to allow erection of small stick signs on
the neutral ground along Veterans Boulevard from Transcontinental Drive to the
Kenner City line on September 26, 2015 and to remove all signs by 7:00 p.m.,
Saturday, September 26, 2015.
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 Archbishop Chapelle Parents
Club, 8800 Veterans Blvd., Metairie, LA. 70003, represented by Ms. Mary
Causin, Craft Fair Chairperson, to hold a Craft Fair on the school grounds on
Saturday, September 26, 2015, beginning at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 4:00 p.m.;
to raise funds for the Parents Club to hold a Prom Fest for the Class of 2016; to
allow the sale of refreshments, food and crafts.
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 Health Department
and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to conduct such a fair, and that all
requirements and regulations of said departments are met; and waiving all
Jefferson Parish taxes in connection therewith.
SECTION III. That permission is also granted to erect five (7) temporary signs
not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot advertising said craft fair fourteen (14) days prior
to the event 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
school parking lot or public right-of-way on the south side of Veterans Blvd.;
one on the Parish right-of-way in the median of Power Boulevard at Kawanee
Avenue; one on the Parish right-of-way in the median of West Metairie Avenue
at Airline Park Boulevard; one on the Parish right-of-way in the median near
the U-turn on West Napoleon Avenue at David; one on the Parish right-of-way
in the median of Transcontinental Drive near Veterans Blvd. (not in the median
of Veterans Blvd.); one on the Parish right-of-way Transcontinental Drive near
Airline Drive; and one on the Parish right-of-way at Mississippi Avenue and
Veterans Blvd. Permission is also granted to allow the erection of a temporary
banner type sign in front of Archbishop Chapelle High School on September 12,
2015, through September 26, 2015; to allow the erection of temporary banner
type signs on the water tower fence at David Drive and Veterans Boulevard on
September 12, 2015, through September 26, 2015; and to allow the erection of
temporary small stick signs on the neutral ground along Veterans Boulevard
from Transcontinental Drive to the Kenner City line on September 26, 2015 and
to remove all signs by 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 26, 2015.

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SECTION IV. That said signs are to measure no more than four feet wide by
eight feet in length; and that said signs shall not obstruct motorists’ view of
traffic along the Veterans Boulevard corridor.
SECTION V. That a copy of said resolution be attached to each sign and banner
while displayed.
SECTION VI. 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 this resolution grants permission
to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsor’s function or event.
SECTION VII. That all proceeds from said craft fair will go to the Archbishop
Chapelle Parents Club to hold a Prom Fest for the Class of 2016 and that no
compensation will be paid to anyone for services rendered in connection with
said craft fair.
SECTION VIII. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Ms. Mary Causin,
5013 Wabash Street, Metairie, Louisiana 70001; Principal John Serio, Archbishop
Chapelle High School, 8800 Veterans Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana 70003 and
to 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125515
A resolution granting permission to Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter and
Jefferson SPCA, represented by Mr. Lynn Morvant, 4421 Jefferson Hwy., New
Orleans, LA 70121, to hold the Annual Pet Festival on Sunday, October 18,
2015, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park; allowing the sale of
beverages, food, beer and liquor; and to allow the erection of tents/canopies and
craft booths; and to allow live animals; and to allow live music until 4:00 p.m.
(provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases), 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 Sheriff’s Office, Jefferson Parish Fire Department,
Jefferson Parish Health Department, Lafreniere Park and from the State of
Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such a festival and that
all requirements and regulations of said departments and the Jefferson Parish
Department of Risk Management are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish
taxes. Permission is also granted to erect temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot
by 8-foot at the locations listed in Section III of this Resolution provided that
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
to advertise the 2015 Pet Fest from Monday, October 5, 2015, through Monday,
October 19, 2015.
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 Jefferson Parish
Animal Shelter and Jefferson SPCA, represented by Mr. Lynn Morvant, 4421
Jefferson Hwy., New Orleans, LA 70121, to hold the Annual Pet Festival on
Sunday, October 18, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park;
allowing the sale of beverages, food, beer and liquor; and to allow the erection
of tents/canopies and craft booths; and to allow live animals; and to allow live
music until 4:00 p.m. (provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all
cases), in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary
permits are obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office,
the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, Jefferson Parish Health Department,
Lafreniere Park, and from the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control to conduct such a celebration and that all indemnification and insurance
requirements set forth by the Jefferson Parish Director of the Department of Risk
Management and all federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations are
met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION III. That permission is granted to Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter
and Jefferson SPCA, represented by Mr. Lynn Morvant to erect temporary signs
not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot advertising the 2015 Pet Fest from October 5 –
October 19, 2015, 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) Two signs at Causeway and Veterans Blvd.
2) Two signs at Bonnabel Blvd. and Veterans Blvd.
3) Two signs at Bonnabel Blvd. and Metairie Road
4) Two signs at Causeway Blvd. and Jefferson Hwy.
5) Two signs at Clearview Pkwy. and Jefferson Hwy.
6) Two signs at West Napoleon and Causeway Blvd.
7) Two signs at West Napoleon and Clearview Pkwy
8) Two signs at West Esplanade and Power Blvd.
9) Two signs at West Metairie Avenue and David Drive
10) Two signs at Highway 90 and Bridge City Avenue
11) Two signs at Manhattan and West Bank Expressway
12) Two signs at Medical Center Blvd. and West Bank Expressway
13) Two signs at Barataria Blvd. and Lapalco Blvd.
SECTION IV. That all proceeds will go to J. P. Animal Shelter and Jefferson
SPCA and provide heartworm treatment to J.P. Animal Shelter dogs.
SECTION V. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Jefferson
SPCA, c/o Lynn Morvant, 4421 Jefferson Hwy, New Orleans, Louisiana 70121;
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125516
A resolution granting permission to Believer’s Life Family Church to conduct
a Fall Family Fair on grounds located at 501 Lapalco Boulevard, Gretna,
Louisiana 70056, from October 29, 2015 through November 1, 2015; November
6, 2015 through November 8, 2015; November 13, 2015 through November 16,
2015 providing 12-Mechanical Amusement Rides, five canopies, games, food
and beverages; waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes on the proceeds received by
Believer’s Life Family Church, provided that all necessary permits are obtained
and that all requirements are met.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this Council does hereby grant permission to Believer’s Life
Family Church to conduct a fair on grounds located at 501 Lapalco Boulevard,
Gretna, Louisiana 70056 from October 29, 2015 through November 1, 2015;
November 6, 2015 through November 8, 2015; November 13, 2015 through
November 16, 2015 providing 12-Mechanical Amusement Rides, five canopies,
games, food and beverages; waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes on the proceeds
received by Believer’s Life Family Church, provided that all necessary permits
are obtained and that all requirements are met.
SECTION 2. It is understood that no alcoholic beverages will be sold.
SECTION 3. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of
this resolution to Rev. Michael Joubert, Believer’s Life Family Church, 501
Lapalco Boulevard, Gretna, LA 70056, the Jefferson Parish Health Department,
the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement and 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125517
A resolution granting permission to Saint Cletus Catholic Church to erect
temporary signs advertising their Parish Festival to be held October 16 through
October 18, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, 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 Saint Cletus Catholic Church,
represented by Rev. Tuan Pham, to erect temporary signs advertising their
Parish Festival at the following locations:
Manhattan Boulevard and Gretna Boulevard (4)
Wall Boulevard @ Belle Chasse Highway (1)
Terry Parkway @ Belle Chasse Highway (1)
Barataria Boulevard @ Lapalco Boulevard (2)
Manhattan Boulevard and Lapalco Boulevard (4)
Lapalco Boulevard @ Wall Boulevard and (4)
SECTION 2. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way

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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 signs advertising the primary sponsor’s function or
event.
SECTION 3. That the signs are to measure no more than four feet wide by four
feet in height and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each sign.
SECTION 4. That permission is hereby granted to erect the temporary signs
advertising the said event from October 3 through October 20, 2015.
SECTION 5. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of
this resolution to Rev. Tuan Pham, Saint Cletus Catholic Church, 3600 Claire
Avenue, Gretna, LA 70053, the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement,
and the Department of Parkways.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125518
A resolution adding River Services Company, Inc.  as an approved subcontractor
to provide professional diving services in association with All South Consulting
Engineers, LLC for the Grand Isle Waterline and Valve Platforms Project, JPPW
No. 2014-046-WR, Department of Water, Council District 1
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and
All South Consulting Engineers, LLC dated March 3, 2015, as authorized by
Resolution No. 124295 dated January 28, 2015, for evaluation of the existing
valve platforms for the waterline servicing Grand Isle from the Town of Jean
Lafitte, the preparation of contract documents as needed for the valve platform
repairs, and the preparation of an annual maintenance contract to be used on an
as needed basis for waterline repairs; 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; and,
WHEREAS, professional diving services are required to perform the underwater
portion of the valve platform inspections; and,
WHEREAS, River Services Company, Inc. will therefore be added to All
South Consulting Engineers, LLC’s list of subcontractors as a sub-consultant to
perform professional diving services.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That River Services Company, Inc. be added as an approved
subcontractor to provide professional diving services in association with All
South Consulting Engineers, LLC for the Grand Isle Waterline and Valve
Platforms Project, JPPW No. 2014-046-WR, Department of Water.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24305 ORDINANCE NO. 24998
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. WS-75-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 10A, 11, and 12, Square E,
Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into
Lot 10B, Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana in accordance with plan by Dufrene Surveying & Engineering Inc.,
dated March 4, 2015, which lots are owned by LMONT LLC, and approving and
accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, LMONT LLC Is the owner of Lots 10A, 11, and 12, Square E,
Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, which it
acquired by Act of Sale before Roy J. D. Gattuso, Notary Public, dated January,
31, 2007, registered in COB 3182, Folio 89 , Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said owner desires to subdivide said Lots 10A, 11, and 12 into one
(1) Lot to be designated as Lot 10B Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section
No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, no public improvements are required, therefore the Preliminary
Plat and Final Plat may be approved and accepted in combination in accordance
with Section 33-2.26(d); and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly advertised
as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the resubdivision of
said lots under Docket No. WS-75-15-PF; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with the law: NOW THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the Preliminary and Final Plat of Dufrene Surveying &
Engineering Inc., dated March 4, 2015, submitted under Docket No. WS-7515-PF, showing the subdivision of Lots 10A, 11, and 12, Square E, Lapalco
Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into Lot 10B,
Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
in accordance with said plan, is hereby approved and accepted.
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 applicant’s or owner’s 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.
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 26th day of August, 2015, 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. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24306 ORDINANCE NO. 24999
An ordinance approving the Preliminary and Final Plat of resubdivision
of a portion of Lot T, Ames Farms Land Company Industrial Harbor Sites
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana into Lots T1 and T2, Ames Farms
Land Company Industrial Harbor Sites Subdivision, in accordance with plan
by Richard Dading, L.S., dated 3-4-15, which lot is owned by DeNovo Marrero,
L.L.C., and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council
District 2)
WHEREAS, DeNovo Marrero, L.L.C., is the owner of Lot T, Ames Farms Land
Company Industrial Harbor Sites Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
which it
acquired by Act before Nicole Hemphill Cherix, Notary Public, dated 11-5-13,
registered in COB 3323, Folio 900, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said owner desires to resubdivide said Lot T, into two lots, to be
designated as Lots T1 and T2, Ames Farms Land Company Industrial Harbor
Sites Subdivision; and
WHEREAS, no public improvements are required, therefore the Preliminary
Plat and Final Plat may be approved and accepted in combination in accordance
with Section 33-2.26(d); and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly advertised
as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the resubdivision of
said lots under Docket No. WS-80-15-PF; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with the law: NOW THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the Preliminary Plat of Richard Dading, L.S., dated 3-4-15
showing the resubdivision of Lot T, Ames Farms Land Company Industrial
Harbor Sites Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana into Lots T1 and T2,
Ames Farms Land Company Industrial Harbor Sites Subdivision, in accordance
with said plan, is hereby approved.
SECTION II. That the Final Plat of Richard Dading, L.S., dated 3-4-15 showing
the resubdivision of Lot T, Ames Farms Land Company Industrial Harbor Sites
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana into Lots T1 and T2, Ames Farms Land

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Company Industrial Harbor Sites Subdivision, in accordance with said plan, is
hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION III. That in accordance with Section 33-2.31 of the Unified
Development Code (UDC), Subdivision Waivers, the lack of adequate public
facilities is hereby waived, accepted and approved.
SECTION IV. 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 applicant’s or owner’s 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 V. 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 26th day of August, 2015, 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. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24307 ORDINANCE NO. 25000
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. W-14-15, amending Chapter 40,
Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending
the zoning classification of Lots 11, and 12, (portions of proposed Lot 10B)
Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
from M-1, Industrial District to MUCD, Mixed Use Corridor District, located
on Enterprise Drive, bounded by Commercial Drive, Lapalco Blvd., and Vonnie
Drive (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, Lots 11, and 12, (portions of proposed Lot 10B) Square E, Lapalco
Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, located on Lapalco
Blvd., bounded by Commercial Drive, Enterprise Drive, and Vonnie Drive, are
designated on the Official Zoning Map of Jefferson Parish as M-1, Industrial
District; and
WHEREAS, Lots 10A, 11, and 12, are considered for resubdivision into proposed
Lot 10B under Docket No. WS-75-15-PF, Summary No. 24305; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly
advertised as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the zoning
reclassification of the said lot under Docket No. W-14-15; 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 zoning classification of Lots 11 and 12 (portions of
proposed Lot 1OB), Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, located
on Lapalco Blvd., bounded by Commercial Drive, Enterprise Drive, and Vonnie
Drive, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, be and is hereby amended and changed from
M-1, Industrial District to MUCD, Mixed Use Corridor District.
SECTION II. That the Planning Director for the Parish of Jefferson, be and
is hereby directed, authorized and empowered to make any necessary and
appropriate changes and amendments to the Official Zoning Map contained in
Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, designating
the above mentioned and described property to MUCD, Mixed Use Corridor
District.
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 applicant’s or owner’s 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.
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 26th day of August, 2015, 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. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following action on
Summary No. 24275 of an ordinance amending Ch 25 Article VI. Ch. 33 and
Ch 40 of the Code; to adopt the Fairfield Strategic Plan as a subarea plan of the
comprehensive plan and add future land use categories to Ch. 33; to add text
to Ch. 33 for (U-1S) and the Fairfield Overlay District as zoning districts that
implement the Fairfield plan; to change the name of the U-1 to U-1R and make
related references in Ch 40; to amend the official zoning map by overlaying
the properties bounded by U.S. Highway 90, the Jefferson/St. Charles parish
line, the segment of the West Bank and Vicinity Hurricane Protection Levee
north of Lake Cataouatche, and Segnette Blvd./Bayou Segnette State Park with
the Fairfield Overlay District; to reclassify the U-1 properties inside of the
hurricane protection levee to U-1R all more clearly shown on the map entitled
“U-1 Districts and Fairfield Overlay District is hereby deferred until September
23, 2015.
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 26th day of August 2015. 

On the motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following
ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24309 ORDINANCE NO. 25001
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No. MUC‑3-15 for
variances to the sign regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor (MUC) District
for Bohn Toyota located at 3800 Lapalco Blvd., on lot 10B Square E, Lapalco
Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, bounded by
Commercial Drive, Enterprise Drive, and Vonnie Drive, as shown on a survey
prepared by Dufrene Surveying and Engineering, Inc., dated March 4, 2015,
which lots are owned by LMONT LLC. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, LMONT LLC. Is the owner of Lot 10B, formerly Lots 10A, 11,
and 12, Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, which it acquired by Act of Sale before Roy J. D. Gattuso, Notary
Public, dated January, 31, 2007, registered in COB 3182, Folio 89 , Parish of
Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, Said owner desires to erect 6 attached signs on the face on an
existing building in accordance with the site, building, landscape, elevation
and sign drawings identified on Sheet No. A-1.0 Building Floor Plan prepared
by David Clear dated 7-8-15, Sheet No. A-2.0, Exterior Elevations prepared by
David Clear dated 8-6-15, Sheet No. A-2.1 Signage Exhibit prepared by David
Clear dated 8-6-15, Sheet No. C4.0, Site Plan dated 7-29-15, Sheet No. C7.0
Landscape Plan prepared by Robert M May, dated 7-8-15, and Sheet No. C8.0,
Landscape Details prepared by Robert M May, dated 7-8-15; and
WHEREAS, LMONT LLC has agreed to title restrict the usage of Lot 10B,
formerly Lots 10A, 11, and 12, Square E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No.
3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana solely for the purposes set forth in the site plan
drawings referenced above in favor of the Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said property is designated on the Official Zoning Map of Jefferson
Parish as being located in the Mixed Use Corridor (MUC) District, 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
accordance with law; and
NOW, THEREFORE, THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY
ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the request submitted under Docket No. MUC-3-15 for
variances to the sign regulations of the Mixed Use Corridor (MUC) District

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for Bohn Toyota located at 3800 Lapalco Blvd., on lot 10B Square E, Lapalco
Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana bounded by
Commercial Drive, Enterprise Drive, and Vonnie Drive, as shown on a survey
prepared by Dufrene Surveying and Engineering, Inc., dated March 4, 2015,
in accordance with the site, building, landscape, elevation and sign drawings
identified on Sheet No. A-1.0 Building Floor Plan prepared by David Clear dated
7-8-15, Sheet No. A-2.0, Exterior Elevations prepared by David Clear dated 8-615, Sheet No. A-2.1 Signage Exhibit prepared by David Clear dated 8-6-15, Sheet
No. C4.0, Site Plan dated 7-29-15, Sheet No. C7.0 Landscape Plan prepared by
Robert M May, dated 7-8-15, and Sheet No. C8.0, Landscape Details prepared
by Robert M May, dated 7-8-15, are hereby approved.
SECTION II. That the usage of Lot 10B, formerly Lots 10A, 11, and 12, Square
E, Lapalco Commercial Park, Section No. 3, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana is title
restricted solely for the purposes as set forth in the drawings referenced above
in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to the requirements of Sec. 40-453 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 applicant’s or owner’s 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 26th day of August, 2015, 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 the motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following
ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24310 ORDINANCE NO. 25002
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No. CPZ-24-15, to
use public right of way to satisfy the front yard landscape buffer and variances
to the parking and landscape and buffer regulation of the Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone (CPZ) for the Family Dollar store located at 2600 4th St., Lot
1A, Sq. B, Joseph Rathborne Land Company, Inc. Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana; bounded by Grefer Ave., Gold St., and St. Joseph Ln., as shown on a
survey prepared by Sean M. Burkes, L.S. dated 11-26-14 and title restricting the
usage of Lot 1A, Sq. B, Joseph Rathborne Land Company, Inc. 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)
WHEREAS, Rathborne Properties, L.L.C. is the owner of Lot 1A, Sq. B, Joseph
Rathborne Land Company, Inc. Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, which
was acquired by Act before Frank A. Tessier, Notary Public, on September 12,
1985 registered in COB 1392, Folio 206, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, Executive Holdings, L.L.C. has petitioned to develop said lots in
accordance with the development drawings identified as Sheet C210 Site Layout
Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Machado/Patano Engineers; Sheets A1 Floor
Plan, A2 Elevation and Exterior Finish, A2.1 Exterior Elevation, all dated 6-815, prepared by pb2 Architects; Sheets P-1 Landscape Plan, revised 7-8-15, P-2
Irrigation Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Mullin Landscape Associates; Sheet
SG-01 Signage Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Machado/Patano Engineers;
and
WHEREAS, Rathborne Properties, L.L.C. has agreed to title restrict the usage
of Lot 1A, Sq. B, Joseph Rathborne Land Company, Inc. Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana solely for the purposes set forth in the site plan drawings
referenced above in favor of the Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said property is designated on the Official Zoning Map of Jefferson
Parish as being located in the C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District C-1,
pursuant to the requirements of 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-24-15, to use
public right of way to satisfy the front yard landscape buffer and variances to
the parking and landscape and buffer regulation of the Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone (CPZ) for the Family Dollar store located at 2600 4th St., Lot
1A, Sq. B, Joseph Rathborne Land Company, Inc. Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana; as shown on a survey prepared by Sean M. Burkes, L.S. dated 1126-14, in the area bounded by Grefer Ave., Gold St., and St. Joseph Ln., in
accordance with the development drawings identified as Sheet C210 Site Layout
Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Machado/Patano Engineers; Sheets A1 Floor
Plan, A2 Elevation and Exterior Finish, A2.1 Exterior Elevation, all dated 6-815, prepared by pb2 Architects; Sheets P-1 Landscape Plan, revised 7-8-15, P-2
Irrigation Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Mullin Landscape Associates; Sheet
SG-01 Signage Plan, dated 7-10-15, prepared by Machado/Patano Engineers is
hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION II. That the usage of said Lot 1A, Sq. B, Joseph Rathborne Land
Company, Inc. Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, is title restricted solely
for the purposes as set forth in site plan drawings referenced above in favor of
the Parish of Jefferson, and 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 applicant’s or owner’s 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 26th day of August, 2015, 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 Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance was
offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24319 ORDINANCE NO. 25003
An ordinance amending the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
adjusting the revenues and/or expenditures within the following
departments:
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-0000-5911.44530 $1,570
(Trf fr Council Dist Proj)
Expenditures
22200-3000-7344.2 1,570
(Asphalt)
ANIMAL SHELTER SER 2013 (FUND 39880)
Revenues
39880-0000-5911.21710 $2,500
Expenditures
39880-5131-7830 2,500
(Service Charges)

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SECTION 2. That the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
appropriating and authorizing funds in support of the following departments:
GENERAL FUND (FUND 10010)
Revenues
10010-4460 Appropriate $218,066 $226,566
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
10010-0000-5911.22010 $8,500
(Trf fr Council Dist Proj)
COUNTY AGENT (DEPT 0310)
Expenditures
10010-0310-7349.1 24,339
(Operations Contract)
JEFF CAP (DEPT 0330)
Expenditures
10010-0330-282-7746 8,500
(Computer Equipment)
NON-DEPARTMENTAL (DEPT 0850)
Expenditures
10010-0850-7911.21340 193,727
(Home Grant Match)
OFF TRACK BETTING (FUND 22010)
Revenues
22010-4460 Appropriate $218,500
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22010-274X-7680.152 210,000
(GEDA- Gretna Fest)
22010-2741-7911.10010 8,500
(Trf to General Fund)
TOURISM (FUND 22030)
Revenues
22030-4460 Appropriate $82,500 $132,500
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22030-2765-126-7911.44530 50,000
(Trf to Council District Proj.)
22030-2764-126-7911.44650 7,500
(Trf to Lafreniere Park Cap)
22030-2761-7680.36 25,000
(Town of Grand Isle)
22030-2763-127-7680.170 50,000
(New Growth Economic Develop)
WB RIVERBOAT GAMING (FUND 22040)
Revenues
22040-4460 Appropriate $30,000 $385,265
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22040-277X-7680.XXX 30,000
(District Attorney)
22040-2771-7680.XXX 5,265
(Baywood Neighborhood Assoc.)
22040-2771-7911.21610 350,000
(Trf to Parish-Misc Grant Prog.)
EB CONSOLIDATED FIRE (FUND 22100)
Revenues
22100-4460 Appropriate $150,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22100-2921-7750 150,000
(Vehicles)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-4460 Appropriate $150,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22200-3000-7911.44560 150,000
(Trf to Public Works Capital)
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (FUND 22520)
Revenues
22520-4460 Appropriate $180,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22520-3552-7331 180,000
(Professional Services)
SECTION 3. That the following line-item transfers within the 2015 Operating
Budget of Jefferson Parish are hereby authorized:
PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION (FUND 63830)
Expenditures
63830-3970-114-7011 ($9,141)
(Administrative Salaries)
63830-3970-114-7031 8,994
(Accrued Leave)
63830-3970-114-7132.2 147
(Life-Retirees)
63830-3970-7013 (65,876)
(Field Salaries)
63830-3976-72XX (32,000)
(Supplies)
63830-3976-701X.X 18,076
(PerSer/Sal)
63830-3976-7221.1 3,000
(Chemicals)
63830-3976-75XX.X 41,500
(Other Serv)
63830-3976-77XX 35,300
(Capital Outlay)
SECTION 4. 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 26th day of August, 2015, 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. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24320 ORDINANCE NO. 25004
An ordinance amending the 2015 Capital Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SECTION 1. That the 2015 Capital Budget is amended by adjusting the revenues
and/or expenditures within the following projects:
COUNCIL DISTRICT PROJECTS
Revenues
44530-0000-5911.22030 $50,000
(Trf fr Council Tourism)
Expenditures
Council District # 1 Streets (1,570)
(Project 45301.001)
JCVB Rhythm on Route 50,000
07 ROAD & STREET CAPITAL
Expenditures
Gruner & Loumor Lift Station ($816,000)
(Project 41805.107)
CONSOL SEWER CAP PROJECTS
Revenues
44940-4460 Appropriate $314,086
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
Marrero TF Pump Station Phase 2 816,000
(Project 49420.019)
Equipment Purchases 314,086
(Project 49403.002)
DRAINAGE CAPITAL PROGRAM
Revenues
45230-0000-5240.15 $4,600,000
(LA Trans & Develop)
Expenditures
Ave D Drainage – Phase 5 ($3,008)
(Project 52374.004)

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Ave D Drainage – Phase 6 4,600,000
(Project 52374.005)
LAFRENIERE PARK
Revenues
44650-0000-5911.22030 $7,500
(Trf fr Council Tourism)
Expenditures
Entrance Gate Project 7,500
(Project 46510.047)
1st PARISH CT REV BOND CAPITAL PROJ
Expenditures
Roof Coating ($45,000)
(Project 57910.013)
PARISHWIDE GOVERNMENT BLDG
Expenditures
Reroof First Parish Court $45,000
(Project 58514.016)
LAFRENIERE PARK
Expenditures
Special Events ($72,000)
(Project 46510.045)
CDBG
Expenditures
Senior Center-Metairie $72,000
(Project 12218.001)
DEPT OF LABOR
Revenues
21600-0000-5220.01 $250,509
(LA Labor)
Expenditures
Workforce I & O Act 136,617
(Project 16013.XXX)
TANF/STEP Program 113,892
(Project 16062.80X)
CDBG DISASTER RECOVERY PG
Revenues
21310-0000-5220.05 $1,800,000
(LA Health & Human Resource)
Expenditures
DRP Jefferson Drainage 1,800,000
(Project 13128.XXX)
PARISH-MISC GRANT PROGRAM
Revenues
21610-0000-5911.22040 $350,000
(Trf fr C D Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Restore Act 350,000
(Project 16134.001)
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 26th day of August, 2015, 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. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125519
A resolution granting permission to The Association of the Cornerstone
International Ministries Inc., 3805 Sue Ker Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058,
represented by Pastor Mary Norton, to conduct a Youth Revival on Saturday,
September 12, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.; at 1322 Pailet Street, Harvey,
Louisiana 70058; and to allow the sale of refreshments and to have live music
at the event;; provided that all permits are obtained from the Office of Special
Events, Inspection & Code, the Jefferson Parish Health Department; and
waiving all taxes in connection therewith. (Council District 3)
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 Association of the
Cornerstone International Ministries Inc., 3805 Sue Ker Drive, Harvey,
Louisiana 70058, represented by Pastor Mary Norton, to conduct a Youth
Revival on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.; at 1322
Pailet Street, Harvey, Louisiana 70058; and to allow the sale of refreshments
and to have live music at the event;; provided that all permits are obtained from
the Office of Special Events, Inspection & Code, the Jefferson Parish Health
Department; and waiving all taxes in connection therewith
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Pastor Mary Norton, c/o,
The Association of the Cornerstone International Ministries Inc., 3805 Sue
Ker Drive, Harvey, Louisiana 70058, to the Department of Citizens’ Affairs;
to the Health Department; to the Jefferson Parish Fire Department; and to the
Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125520
A resolution amending Resolution 125280 granting permission to Louisiana
Walks for Parkinson, P. O. Box 6926, Metairie, LA 70009, represented by
Chuck DeBlieux, to conduct the Louisiana Walks for Parkinson’s to be held on
Saturday, October 17, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park, to
have a food truck in Lafreniere Park in connection with said walk to raise money
for research and eventual cure for Parkinson’s Disease. (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 be and is hereby granted to Parkinson’s Action
Network, P. O. Box 6926, Metairie, LA 70009, represented by Chuck DeBlieux,
to have a food truck in Lafreniere Park in connection with Louisiana Walks for
Parkinson on Saturday, October 17, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
SECTION II. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Parkinson’s
Action Network, c/o Chuck DeBlieux, P. O. Box 6926, Metairie, LA 70009; 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125521
A resolution granting permission to Our Lady of Divine Providence School,
1000 N. Starrett Road, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, represented by April Rotolo,
to conduct a Craft Fair on Saturday, September 19, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. to allow the sale of beverages and food, 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, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to
conduct such a fair and that all requirements and regulations of said departments
are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes, and provided for related matters.
(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 be and is hereby granted to Our Lady of Divine
Providence School, 1000 N. Starrett Road, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003,
represented by April Rotolo, to conduct a Craft Fair Saturday, September 19,
2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.; to allow the sale of beverages and food, 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, and
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to conduct such a craft fair and that all
requirements and regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION III. That permission is also granted to erect seven temporary signs not
to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot to advertise said craft fair from Saturday, September

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5, 2015 through Sunday, September 20, 2015, 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 or two signs in front of the church/school.
One sign on the Parish right-of-way at the southeast corner of Mississippi
Avenue and Veterans Boulevard.
One sign on the neutral ground of David Drive between Lynnette Drive and
West Napoleon Avenue (closer to West Napoleon Avenue).
One sign on the canal bank of West Napoleon Avenue near Airline Park
Boulevard.
One sign on the Parish right-of-way at Power Boulevard and I-10 exit.
One sign on the West Napoleon Avenue canal bank right-of-way at the southeast
or northwest corner of Mississippi Avenue.
One sign on the foot bridge across the West Metairie Avenue canal in the 8600
block of West Metairie Avenue across from Our Lady of Divine Providence
School.
SECTION IV. That permission is also granted to place 40 small wire signs, not
to exceed 18 inches by 24 inches, spaced out along the neutral grounds at the
following locations on Saturday, September 19, 2015, only:
Ten (10) small wire signs on the neutral ground along West Metairie Avenue east
bound between David Drive and Roosevelt Blvd.
Ten (10) small signs on the neutral ground along West Metairie Avenue west
bound between David Drive and Roosevelt Blvd.
Ten (10) small signs on the neutral ground along West Napoleon Avenue west
bound between David Drive and Roosevelt Blvd.
Ten (10) small signs on the neutral ground along West Napoleon Avenue east
bound between David Drive and Roosevelt Blvd.
SECTION V. That a copy of said resolution be attached to each sign and banner
while displayed.
SECTION VI. 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 this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsor’s function and
event.
SECTION VII. That it is understood that all proceeds will go to Our Lady of
Divine Providence School and that no compensation will be paid to anyone for
services rendered in connection with said Craft Fair.
SECTION VIII. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Our
Lady of Divine Providence School, 1000 N. Starrett Road, Metairie, Louisiana,
70003, c/o April Rotolo, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125522
A resolution granting permission to Holy Guardian Angels Church, represented
by Adolphe Guidry, Gumbo Festival Chairman, 146 4th Street, Westwego,
Louisiana, 70094, to conduct their Gumbo Festival Miss Creole Gumbo Pageant
on Saturday, September 19, 2015; from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.; at 1701
Bridge City Avenue, Bridge City, Louisiana; and to sell refreshments and food,
in connection with said event; and waiving all taxes in connection therewith.
(Council District 2)
NOW, THEREFORE, 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 to Holy Guardian Angels Church,
represented by Adolphe Guidry, Gumbo Festival Chairman, 146 4th Street,
Westwego, Louisiana, 70094, to conduct their Gumbo Festival Miss Creole
Gumbo Pageant on Saturday, September 19, 2015; from 6:00 p.m. until
10:00 p.m.; at 1701 Bridge City Avenue, Bridge City, Louisiana; and to sell
refreshments and food, in connection with said event; and waiving all taxes in
connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That this permission is granted provided that permits are obtained
from the Department of Citizens Affairs and that all requirements of said
departments are met.
SECTION 3. That all taxes are waived in connection with said event.
SECTION 4. That it is understood that the proceeds from said event would be
used for Holy Guardian Angels Church.
SECTION 5. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded Mr. Adolphe Guidry,
Festival Chairman, 1701 Bridge City Avenue, Bridge City, Louisiana 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, that Item #1 on the
addendum agenda of a resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive
session to discuss the lawsuit entitled Denise Drake v. Parish of Jefferson, et
al., USDC, ED-LA, No. 10-1657, Sec. “H,” Mag. 5 be and is hereby cancelled.
(Parishwide) (Mr. Roberts)
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 the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125531
A resolution granting permission to Krewe of Dom, 200 Leah Drive, Mandeville,
LA 70448 to hold a Charity Fundraiser to be held at 2215 Cleary Avenue,
Metairie on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 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 1. That permission be and is hereby granted to Krewe of Dom, 200
Leah Drive, Mandeville, LA 70448 to hold a Charity Fundraiser to be held at
2215 Cleary Avenue, Metairie on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 11:00
a.m. until 7:00 p.m. to allow the sale of food, liquor, beer (delivery and pick up
9/12/15) and to have live music in connection therewith; provided all permits
have been obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Department
of Inspection & Code Enforcement, the Health Department and the State of
Louisiana Office of Beverage Control and that all requirements and regulations
of said departments have been met, waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes in
connection with said event, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Lacey
Lucas Majorie, 68 Trace Loop, Mandeville, LA 70448.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125532
A resolution granting St. Louis King of France, 1600 Lake Avenue, Metairie,
LA 70005, permission to conduct their Bucktown Seafood Festival on Friday,
October 23, 2015 thru Sunday, October 25, 2015 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 St. Louis King of France, 1600
Lake Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005 to conduct their Bucktown Seafood Festival
on Friday, October 23, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., Saturday, October
24, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 25, 2015 from
11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and to allow the sale of food, beverages, liquor, beer
(delivery & pickup 10/22/15 – 10/26/15) have live music and have mechanical
amusement rides they are also granted permission to erect small signs at the
intersections of Lake Avenue & West Esplanade Avenue, Lake Avenue &
Veterans Boulevard, Lake Avenue & Metairie Hammond Highway, Bonnabel
Boulevard & West Esplanade Avenue, Bonnabel Boulevard & Veterans
Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard & Causeway Boulevard, provided these
signs do not obstruct or interfere with traffic; further provided that all necessary
permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department, the Jefferson parish
Sheriff’s 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 further waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes

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in connection with said event, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION II. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Pamela
Schott, 221 Magnolia Drive, Metairie, LA 70005; St. Louis King of France, 1600
Lake Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125533
A resolution granting East Jefferson General Hospital Wellness Center, 3726
Houma Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70006 permission to hold a Zumbathon on
Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 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 East Jefferson General
Hospital Wellness Center, 3726 Houma Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70006 to
hold a Zumbathon on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00
p.m. to allow them to serve beverages, food, and have live music in connection
therewith, provided that all permits have been obtained from the Department of
Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and Jefferson Parish Inspection and Code
Enforcement 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. Leah Woolf,
3726 Houma Boulevard, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125534
A resolution granting St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church, 4317 Richland
Avenue, Metairie, LA 70002 permission to conduct their annual Parish Fair on
Friday, November 13, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., Saturday, November
14, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 15, 2015 from
11:00 a.m. until 7:00 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 be and is hereby granted to St. Clement of Rome
Catholic Church, 4317 Richland Avenue, Metairie, LA 70002 to conduct their
annual Parish Fair at 3978 West Esplanade Avenue on Friday, November 13,
2015 from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 11:00
a.m. until 11:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 15, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00
p.m. to allow the sale of beverages, food, liquor, beer (delivery and pickup date
11/13/15 – 11/16/15) and to have live music; they are also granted permission to
erect temporary signs (4’ x 8’) on Veterans Boulevard median by Independence
Street / Houma Boulevard, Clearview and West Esplanade, Causeway and West
Esplanade, Veterans and Transcontinental and Bonnabel and West Esplanade.
In connection with said fair all Jefferson Parish taxes are hereby waived,
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of
Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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 the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a certified
copy of this resolution to Fr. Luis Rodriguez, 4317 Richland Avenue, Metairie,
LA 70002.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125535
A resolution granting permission to St. Angela Merici School, 835 Melody
Drive, Metairie, LA 70002 permission to conduct a Catfish Festival on Friday,
September 25, 2015 and Saturday, September 26, 2015 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 be and is hereby granted to St. Angela Merici
School, 835 Melody Drive, Metairie, LA 70002 to conduct a Catfish Festival
on Friday, September 25, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. and Saturday,
September 26, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. to allow the sale of
beverages, beer (delivery and pickup date 9/25/15 – 9/27/15) liquor, food, have
live music and erect 20-canopes and 1-tent. 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 Sheriff’s 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. David Steeg,
1442 Helois Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125536
A resolution waiving all sales and use taxes that would otherwise be payable to
Jefferson Parish by any non-profit and/or charitable organization for sales made
in conjunction with the Gretna Heritage Festival held in Gretna on October 2,
3 or 4, 2015; provided that all proceeds from such sales, after necessary direct
expenses, are used to further the non-profit organization’s own purposes or are
used exclusively for educational, charitable, religious or historical purposes;
and further provided that such sales did not potentially yield a profit to any
promoter, individual or business contracted to provide services or equipment in
conjunction with the sales. (Council District 1)
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That all sales and use taxes that would otherwise be payable to
Jefferson Parish by any non-profit and/or charitable organization for sales made
in conjunction with the Gretna Heritage Festival held in Gretna on October 2,
3 or 4, 2015, are hereby waived; provided that all proceeds from such sales,
after necessary direct expenses, are used to further the non-profit organizations
own purposes or are used exclusively for educational, charitable, religious or
historical purposes; and further provided that such sales did not potentially yield
a profit to any promoter, individual or business contracted to provide services or
equipment in conjunction with the sales.
SECTION 2. That the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, as tax collector for Jefferson
Parish, is hereby authorized to apply the exemptions stated in Section I herein
to the collection of taxes from sales made in conjunction with the 2015 Gretna
Heritage Fest,.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125537
A resolution granting permission to Elmwood Fitness Center, represented by Mr.
Chuck George, Race Director, to host the Elmwood Twilight Run, on Saturday
October 2, 2015, from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM; 6600 Airline Drive Metairie, LA
70003; to serve beverages, food and beer; provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Department and the
Department of Citizen’s affairs.

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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 Elmwood Fitness Center,
represented by Mr. Chuck George, Race Director, to host the Elmwood Twilight
Run, on Saturday October 2, 2015, from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM; 6600 Airline
Drive Metairie, LA 70003; to serve beverages, food and beer; provided that
all necessary permits have been obtained from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s
Department and the Department of Citizen’s affairs.
Section II. The Entirety of the race course Shall be approved by the Jefferson
Parish Sheriff’s office before the date of the Event.
Section III. Any Portion of State Roadway closed for said event Shall require the
permission of the Louisiana Department of Transportation
SECTION IV. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Mr. Chuck George,
4245 Arkansas Avenue, Kenner, LA 70065, the Department of Citizen’s Affairs,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125538
A resolution granting permission to The Pro Bono Project, represented by Rachel
Piercey, Executive Director, to hold a Fundraiser ball, at 5800 Airline Drive,
Metairie, LA 70003, to benefit the Pro Bono Project, Friday, September 18, 2015,
from 7:00 PM until 12:00 AM PM; to serve beer, liquor, beverages, and food; to
have live music; provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the
Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Department and
the State of Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control Office.
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 Pro Bono Project,
represented by Rachel Piercey, Executive Director, to hold a Fundraiser ball, at
5800 Airline Drive, Metairie, LA 70003, to benefit the Pro Bono Project, Friday,
September 18, 2015, from 7:00 PM until 12:00 AM PM; to serve beer, liquor,
beverages, and food; to have live music; provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriff’s Department and the State of Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control
Office.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Ms. Rachel Piercey,
5800 Airline Drive, Metairie, LA 70003, the Department of Citizen’s Affairs,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Department and the State of Louisiana Bureau of
Alcohol Beverage 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125539
A resolution granting permission to Shaw High School, 1000 Barataria
Boulevard, Marrero, Louisiana, 70072 represented by Mr. Donald Hymel,
Development/Alumni Relations, to conduct a Fair-Shrimp Cookoff, on Saturday,
September 12, 2015 from 10:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.; to sell and serve beer,
beverages, and food;) and allowing live music until 4:00 p.m., 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 Sheriff’s Office, and from the State of Louisiana
Office of Beverage Control and that all requirements and regulations of said
departments are met; 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 1. That permission is hereby granted Shaw High School, 1000
Barataria Boulevard, Marrero, Louisiana, 70072 represented by Mr. Donald
Hymel, Development/Alumni Relations, to conduct a Fair-Shrimp Cookoff,
on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 10:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.; to sell and
serve beer, beverages, and food;) and allowing live music until 4:00 p.m., 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 Sheriff’s Office, and from the State of
Louisiana Office of Beverage Control and that all requirements and regulations
of said departments are met; and waiving all taxes.
SECTION 2. That permission is hereby granted provided that all necessary
permits are obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, Department of
Inspection and Code, Jefferson Parish Health Department, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriff’s Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control and that all indemnification and insurance requirements set forth by the
Jefferson Parish Director of the Department of Loss Control and all federal, state
and local laws, ordinance and regulations are met.
SECTION 3. That the Parish Council Clerk forward a copy of this resolution to
Mr. Donald Hymel, 1000 Barataria Boulevard, Marrero, Louisiana 70072; 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears , seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125540
A resolution suspending the 2015 Alcohol Retail Permit of Rumba Bar, owned
by Gingerlynn Lanza, for one week; and providing for related matters. (Council
District No. 3)
WHEREAS, Rumba Bar, owned by Gingerlynn Lanza, located at 2012
Manhattan Blvd. Suites 4 & 5, Harvey, Louisiana 70058, holds a 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on May 17, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office investigated
an incident involving a Simple Battery that occurred on the premises of Rumba
Bar; and
WHEREAS, on April 18, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office investigated
a miscellaneous complaint that occurred on the premises of Rumba Bar; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125197, adopted on June 24, 2015
and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing on July
10, 2015 to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Rumba
Bar 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 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit issued
to Rumba Bar, owned by Gingerlynn Lanza, for a period of one week;
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 2015 Alcohol Retail Permit of Rumba Bar, owned by
Gingerlynn Lanza, located at 2012 Manhattan Blvd. Suites 4 & 5, Harvey,
Louisiana 70058, is hereby suspended for a period of one week, with said
period of suspension to commence ten days from the date of the adoption of
this resolution, 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..
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
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of
August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears , seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125541
A resolution suspending the 2015 Alcohol Retail Permit of Tinnie’s Lounge,
owned by Wanda Wilson, for two weeks, with the suspension deferred
indefinitely subject to terms and conditions as stated herein; and providing for
related matters. (Council District No. 3)
WHEREAS, Tinnie’s Lounge, owned by Wanda Wilson, located at 573 Ames

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Boulevard, Marrero, Louisiana 70072 holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit;
and
WHEREAS, on January 15, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated an incident involving a Simple Battery that occurred on the
premises of Tinnie’s Lounge; and
WHEREAS, on January 18, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated an incident involving a Simple Robbery that occurred on the
premises of Tinnie’s Lounge; and
WHEREAS, on February 28, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated an incident involving a Simple Battery that occurred on the
premises of Tinnie’s Lounge; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124847, adopted on April 29, 2015
and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing on May 14,
2015, which hearing was deferred and continued to July 10, 2015, to determine
whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Tinnie’s Lounge 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 the hearing held on July 10,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has
recommended that the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit issued to Tinnie’s Lounge, owned by Wanda Wilson, for a
period of two weeks with the suspension deferred indefinitely subject to terms
and conditions as stated in Section 1 herein;
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 2015 Alcohol Retail Permit of Tinnie’s Lounge, owned
by Wanda Wilson, located at 573 Ames Boulevard, Marrero, Louisiana 70072,
is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks 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., with
the two-week suspension to be deferred indefinitely subject to the following
terms and conditions: 1) should Tinnie’s Lounge, owned by Wanda Wilson,
appear before the committee due to one or more additional violations of
Parish ordinances within one year of the date of this resolution, and should
said additional violations be proven to have occurred to the satisfaction of
the Committee, the Committee shall automatically recommend a two-week
suspension of this establishment’s ABO permit in addition to whatever penalties
the Committee may recommend for the new violation(s); and 2) should Tinnie’s
Lounge, owned by Wanda Wilson, appear before the Committee due to one
or more additional violations of Parish ordinances after a period of one year
has elapsed following the date of this resolution, the Committee shall consider
this establishment as a repeat offender in the Committee’s recommendation of
penalties for the new violation(s).
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
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of
August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125542
A resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 124414 adopted on March 4, 2015 for routine
engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Drainage Projects,
which services will be required to provide professional services necessary for
assisting Jefferson Parish in identifying and obtaining funding for the Parish
Line Drainage Pump Station (Council District No. 4).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124414 adopted on March 4, 2015, a
pre-approved list of firms for routine engineering and supplemental services for
Drainage Projects was established; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Line Drainage Pump Station is receiving State Capital
Outlay funds towards construction of a first phase of pump station upgrades; and
WHEREAS, additional upgrades will be needed in order to fully address future
drainage needs in the Kenner area; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary for the Parish to select a firm to provide assistance
in identifying and obtaining these funds; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select the firm of Arcadis from the
pre-approved list for routine engineering and supplemental services for Drainage
Projects to provide Professional Services necessary for assisting Jefferson Parish
in identifying and obtaining funding for the Parish Line Drainage Pump Station.
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 Arcadis to provide
Professional Services necessary for assisting Jefferson Parish in identifying and
obtaining funding for the Parish Line Drainage Pump Station.
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 no work associated with this project shall be authorized by
Jefferson Parish 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 Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125543
A resolution amending Resolution No. 122958, adopted June 11, 2014, as
extended by Resolution No. 124630, that requested and authorized the Planning
Department and the Planning Advisory Board to conduct a map and text study
of the zoning and future land use related to commercial properties along
Metairie Road and bounded by Ridgelake Drive and Estes Street on the west
and Arlington Drive on the east, all more clearly shown on the map prepared
by the Planning Department entitled, “Metairie Road: Ridgelake to Arlington”
May 2014, by establishing a new interim standard for parking requirements for
personal training fitness facilities. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the segment of Metairie Rd. between Ridgelake Dr. and Estes St.
on the west and Arlington Dr. on the east has properties for sale or lease for
redevelopment; and
WHEREAS, interim development standards are necessary to encourage
redevelopment that is reflective of the corridor’s historic pedestrian-friendly
development pattern; and promote commercial structures compatible in scale,
design, and use with nearby residential dwellings through the application of
development standards that enhance the quality of life and aesthetics of the
corridor and Parish; and
WHEREAS, small-scale personal services uses that are characteristic of
the Metairie Road corridor are not clearly defined and may require fewer
parking spaces, in accordance with Resolution No. 117970 which called for
determination of appropriate parking requirements for small-scale retail and
service establishments parishwide.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Section 2 of Resolution No. 122958 is hereby amended by
adding a new subparagraph to the interim development standards that establishes
off-street parking requirements to read as follows:
(7) Parking requirements. Notwithstanding parking requirements established in
Chapter 40 Zoning, a physical fitness facility or studio that provides individual
personal training (with or without equipment stations) sessions to one client at
a time, with a group session comprised of no more than four (4) clients allowed
only once per day, shall be required to provide a minimum of three (3) parking
spaces.
SECTION 2. The interim development standards set forth in this resolution are
in accordance with and by the authority of Sec. 33-2.21.5 and Sec. 40-880 of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances providing, in pertinent part, that when a
zoning or land use study has been initiated by resolution of the Jefferson Parish
Council and pending final disposition of said amendment, supplement, change,
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that provide for reasonable approval conditions for certain types of development
applications that would be otherwise affected by the study for one (1) year, which
may be extended by the Jefferson Parish Council for not longer than one (1), six
(6)-month period.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125548
A resolution ratifying the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Body of Christ Fellowship Church to host the Family Fest at
Williams Playlot on August 29, 2015. (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 or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other 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, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(15) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to develop and administer
a system of parish parks, playgrounds, recreation programs, libraries, museums,
and other recreation and cultural facilities and programs.; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to promote cultural, social, and
educational initiatives for the citizens of Jefferson Parish by cooperating with
Body of Christ Fellowship Church to produce the Family Fest at the Williams
Playlot; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving a
benefit or value of receiving the Family Fest which will promote recreation and
culture in Jefferson Parish, which is at least equivalent to the use of the Williams
Playlot and equipment provided for 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, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with Body of Christ
Fellowship Church in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Body of Christ Fellowship Church to host the Family Fest at
Williams Playlot on August 29, 2015, is here by ratified.
SECTION 2. That there is no direct cost associated with this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the term of this contract shall commence upon August 29,
2015.
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 on this 26th day of August , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered,
RESOLUTION NO. 125549
A resolution authorizing Amendment No. 9 to Contract No. 55-9062 with
John J. Uhl for services rendered as Administrator to the Local Coastal Zone
Management Program, extending the contract term for one year, changing the
expiration date from December 31, 2015 to December 31, 2016, and increasing
the contract cap by an additional $14,250.00 for a total of $116,004.00 for the
Department of Environmental Affairs. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Mr. Uhl was appointed as Administrator of the Coastal Zone
Management Program as authorized by Resolution No. 47741 adopted by the
Parish Council on May 4, 1983; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Uhl has served as the Administrator of the Parish’s Coastal
Zone Management Program since its inception in 1983; and
WHEREAS, starting in 1988, Mr. Uhl has been compensated $12,000.00 per
year for said services and up to $2,250.00 per year in travel expenses for a total
annual cost up to $14,250.00 per year; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish entered into a contract with Mr. Uhl dated October
30, 2007, as authorized by Resolution No. 108728, adopted by the Parish Council
on September 19, 2007; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 1 dated September 16, 2008, as authorized by
Resolution No. 110727, adopted by the Parish Council on August 6, 2008,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added $14,250.00 to the contract
cap for a total of $28,500.00; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 2 dated December 10, 2009, as authorized by
Resolution No. 113274, adopted by the Parish Council on October 14, 2009,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added an additional $14,250.00
to the contract cap for a total of $42,750.00; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 3 dated October 14, 2010, as authorized by
Resolution No. 115127, adopted by the Parish Council on August 18, 2010,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added an additional $14,250.00
to the contract cap for a total of $57,000.00; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 4 dated January 12, 2012, as authorized by
Resolution No. 117902, adopted by the Parish Council on November 9, 2011,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added an additional $6,504.00 to
the contract cap for a total of $63,504.00, with the compensation for 2012 being
adjusted downward to adjust for unused travel expense funds remaining in the
contract cap; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 5 dated December 12, 2012, as authorized by
Resolution No. 119728, adopted by the Parish Council on October 10, 2012,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added an additional $14,250.00
to the contract cap for a total of $77,754.00; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 6 dated December 19, 2013, as authorized by
Resolution No. 121942, adopted by the Parish Council on November 6, 2013,
extended the contract term for one (1) year and added an additional $9,750.00 to
the contract cap for a total of $87,504.00, with the compensation for 2014 being
adjusted downward to adjust for unused travel expense funds remaining in the
contract cap; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 7 dated February 3, 2015, as authorized by
Resolution No. 124054, adopted by the Parish Council on December 10, 2014,
extended the contract term for one (1) quarter and added an additional $3,000.00
to the contract cap for a total of $90,504.00; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 8 dated May 5, 2015, as authorized by Resolution
No. 124673, adopted by the Parish Council on March 25, 2015, extended the
contract term from March 31, 2015 to December 31, 2015 and added an additional
$11,250.00 to the contract cap for a total of $101,754.00; and
WHEREAS, it is the desire of this Council to extend the contract term for one
year from its current expiration date of December 31, 2015 to a new contract
expiration date of December 31, 2016, at the same terms and conditions,
including costs for said services, as set forth in the original 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 Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman
is hereby authorized to execute Amendment No. 9 to Contract No. 55-9062 with
John J. Uhl for services rendered as Administrator of the Jefferson Parish Local
Coastal Zone Management Program, extending the contract term for one year,
changing the expiration date from December 31, 2015 to December 31, 2016, and
increasing the contract cap by an additional $14,250.00 for a total of $116,004.00
for the Department of Environmental Affairs.
SECTION 2. Four (4) quarterly payments of $3,000.00 each, and an additional
$2,250.00 for travel expenses, as needed, shall be charged to account number
63860-3958-7331, Department of Environmental Affairs, Professional Services.
SECTION 3. All other terms and conditions of the original agreement shall
remain the same.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chair or, in his 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 thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125550
A resolution approving and adopting The Jefferson EDGE 2020 Economic
Development Strategy, dated August 2015, as the Overall Five-Year Economic
Development Strategic Plan for Jefferson Parish, and other related matters.

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(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, it is necessary for Jefferson Parish to have an economic development
strategic plan to guide economic growth and The Jefferson EDGE has served as
this plan since 2000; and
WHEREAS, in February of 2015 the Jefferson Parish Economic Development
Commission (JEDCO) initiated the update of The Jefferson EDGE 2020 to
result in a new economic development strategy with a five-year scope to address
the parish’s most current impediments to growth as well as economic growth
opportunities; and
WHEREAS, over the course of six months a community-based planning process
was undertaken to develop The Jefferson EDGE 2020 Economic Development
Strategy, which involved the participation of nearly 100 stakeholders consisting
of business and community leaders as well as feedback from civic organizations,
JEDCO staff and board, and elected officials;
WHEREAS, through the planning effort, five targeted industry clusters and five
cross-cutting issues were identified, and nearly 50 action items were developed
to support and enhance those clusters and address the cross-cutting issues;
WHEREAS, JEDCO is the agency responsible for The EDGE’s implementation.
Therefore, the new strategy will drive JEDCO’s work plan, consisting of
programs, services and initiatives, over the next 5-year period;
WHEREAS, the JEDCO Board of Commissioners voted unanimously on
July 30, 2015 to adopt and implement The Jefferson EDGE 2020 Economic
Development Strategy and recommend its adoption as the Overall Economic
Development Strategic Plan for Jefferson Parish to the Parish Council.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
acting as governing authority of the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana:
SECTION I. That The Jefferson EDGE 2020 Economic Development Strategy
dated August 2015 annexed hereto, is adopted as Jefferson Parish’s Overall FiveYear Economic Development Strategic Plan.
SECTION 2. That the Parish Council 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125551
A resolution ratifying an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Jefferson
Parish District Attorney and the Parish of Jefferson for the expenses to support
and maintain Truancy Programs at a cost up to $30,000.00. (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 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 of Jefferson wishes to assist the District Attorney’s
Office with efforts to reduce truancy; and
WHEREAS, Parish of Jefferson has agreed to provide the District Attorney’s
Office with Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00) to assist in these efforts; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by the Jefferson Parish Charter Section
1.01(5) to provide law enforcement, police protection and related services for
the PARISH; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to assist in funding Juvenile
Truancy Programs to reduce truancy in Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish benefits by having coordinated interventions to truant
children and their families in order to prevent continued absences from school,
which at least equivalent to the $30,000 provided for 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 by having coordinated interventions to truant children
and their families in order to prevent continued absences from school; and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires to cooperate with the District Attorney in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. The Intergovernmental Agreement between the Jefferson Parish
District Attorney and the Parish of Jefferson for the expenses to support and
maintain Truancy Programs at a cost up to $30,000.00 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures associated with this Intergovernmental
Agreement shall not exceed $30,000.00, $15,000.00 shall be charged to Account
Nos. 22040-2771-7680.172 and 22040-2773-7680.172.
SECTION 3. That this resolution hereby authorizes the Chairman of the
Jefferson Parish Council or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman, to execute an
Intergovernmental Agreement between the Jefferson Parish District Attorney
and the Parish of Jefferson; which agreement is attached hereto and made a part
of this resolution, and any other 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125552
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and the Gretna Economic Development
Association (GEDA) under which Jefferson Parish will reimburse the GEDA an
amount up to Two Hundred and Ten Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($210,000.00)
for expenses associated with the staging of the 2015 Gretna Fest (Council
District 1).
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, PARISH desires to cooperate with GEDA in the implementation of
the Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by Article 1, Section 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 to provide cultural enrichment
and entertainment activities and economic development through a three-day
Heritage Festival; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving a benefit or
value described in detail that is at least equivalent to the consideration 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.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the Gretna Economic Development Association under which Jefferson
Parish will allow GEDA to use the specified Parish property for the 2015 Gretna
Heritage Festival and will reimburse GEDA an amount up to Two Hundred and
Ten Thousand and 00/100 dollars ($210,000.00) for expenses associated with the
staging for the 2015 Gretna Heritage Festival is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2: That $200,000 of the expenditures associated with this Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement shall be charged to Account No. 22010-2741-7680.152; and
that $10,000 of the expenditures associated with this Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement shall be charged to Account No. 22010-2743-7680.152.
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.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Anthony Buckley
III, Festival Chairman, Gretna Heritage Festival, 105 Mason Street, Gretna, LA
70053 and Director of General Services.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125553
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Gretna Economic Development Association, Jefferson Facilities,
Inc. and Jefferson Redevelopment, Inc. to allow use of Lot “C”, Lot “D” and

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the Jefferson Parish Parking Garage during the 2015 Gretna Heritage Festival.
(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 organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by Article 1, Section 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and general
welfare of the people; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH is authorized by Section 1.01(15) of the Jefferson Parish
Charter to enter into this Agreement for the development and administration of
recreational and cultural programs; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: to sponsor a threeday Heritage Festival open to all citizens of Jefferson Parish that will include
live music, food vendors, and amusement rides, to provide cultural enrichment,
increased tourism, and economic development; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the threeday Heritage Festival, on October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 2015, that will provide
enhanced recreational events for the public and increased tourism for the
PARISH, which is at least equivalent to the parking consideration provided for
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, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Gretna Economic Development Association, Jefferson Facilities,
Inc. and Jefferson Redevelopment, Inc. to allow use of Lot “C”, Lot “D” and
the Jefferson Parish Parking Garage during the 2015 Gretna Heritage Festival
is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there are no direct costs associated with this Agreement.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, the following resolution was
offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 125558
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement between the
Jefferson Parish Council acting as governing authority of Jefferson Parish
Hospital Service District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana d/b/a
West Jefferson Medical Center (Council) and Nemzoff & Co., LLC to provide
health care financial advisory services, and other related services, to the Council
concerning any transaction or any proposed transaction involving the transfer
and/or lease of all or substantially all of the assets of Jefferson Parish Hospital
Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 122965, adopted the 11th day of June,
2014, the Council selected Nemzoff & Co., LLC to provide health care financial
advisory services, and other related services, to the Council concerning any
transaction or any proposed transaction involving the transfer and/or lease of
all or substantially all of the assets of Jefferson Parish Hospital Services District
No. 1, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123044, adopted on June 18, 2014,
the Jefferson Parish Council acting as governing authority of Jefferson Parish
Hospital Service District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana d/b/a
West Jefferson Medical Center ratified a contract with Nemzoff & Co. amending
the contract on the record to address concerns raised by the Inspector General;
and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123120, adopted on 26th day of June,
2014, the Jefferson Parish Council acting as governing authority of Jefferson
Parish Hospital Service District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana
d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center ratified Amendment 1 to the contract with
Nemzoff & Co.; and
WHEREAS, by the terms of the contract with Nemzoff & Co., the contract is
nearing its expiration date; and
WHEREAS, the contract with Nemzoff & Co. contains a right to extend the
contract by mutual consent of the parties; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council
acting as governing authority of Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No.
1, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center;
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the attached Amendment No
3 to the Professional Services Agreement between the Jefferson Parish Council
acting as governing authority of Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No.
1, Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center
and Nemzoff & Co., LLC to provide health care financial advisory services, and
other related services, to the Council concerning any transaction or any proposed
transaction involving the transfer and/or lease of all or substantially all of the
assets of Jefferson Parish Hospital Services District No. 1, Parish of Jefferson
extending the term of the contract until the completion of the transaction for the
lease of West Jefferson Medical Center.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be paid by the
West Jefferson Medical Center.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman, or the Vice-Chairman, 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
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125523
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for East Bank WWTP
EPS Improvements in accordance with the Plans and Specifications prepared by
Department of Sewerage and designating this project as sales tax exempt. SCIP
C5120, (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of GreenPoint Engineering
to perform engineering services in connection with the East Bank WWTP EPS
Improvements; and
WHEREAS, the administration has qualified this project to be presented to
the Jefferson Parish Council for consideration and designation as “Sales Tax
Exempt”; and
WHEREAS, the plans and specifications for this bid contain necessary language
noticing all prospective bidders that this project has been designated as “Sales
Tax Exempt.”
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 East
Bank WWTP EPS Improvements in accordance with the Plans and Specifications
as prepared by Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 2. That all necessary requirements are included as provided by
Jefferson Parish advertising procedures in the advertisement, the Bid Proposal
Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this project are charged to the
following Account Number: 44940-4023-7454 (49433.002)
SECTION 4. That this project is hereby designated as sales tax exempt and
shall include all the necessary language related to this exemption in the bid
specifications.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125524
A resolution accepting certain streets and utilities in Pelican Bay Subdivision,
Phase 3B for maintenance by the Parish of Jefferson in accordance with plans
by Dufrene Surveying & Engineering, Inc. dated August 26, 2014, with final
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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the following streets in Pelican Bay subdivision, Phase 3B,
constructed of Portland cement concrete with sub-surface drainage installed by
Beverly Construction Co., LLC in accordance with plans by Dufrene Surveying
& Engineering, Inc. dated August 26, 2014, with final revision date of September
15, 2014, stamped “Records Drawings” on July 7, 2015, be, and are hereby
accepted:
Anchor Drive from the existing dead end, approximately one hundred thirty
eight (138) feet from Bay View Drive, proceeding in an easterly direction
approximately seven hundred sixteen (716) feet to Park Shore Drive.
Park Shore Drive from the existing dead end, approximately one hundred
forty five (145) feet from Sand Bar Lane, proceeding in a southerly direction
approximately six hundred fifty eight (658) feet to Pelican Bay Boulevard.
Pelican Bay Boulevard from the existing dead-end, approximately six hundred
thirty five (635) feet from Bay View Drive, proceeding in an easterly direction
approximately three hundred forty one (341) feet to Leo Kerner Parkway (LA
Highway 3134).
Watergate Way from the existing dead end, approximately sixty five (65) feet
from Bay View Drive, proceeding in an easterly direction approximately six
hundred ninety two (692) feet to Park Shore Drive.
SECTION 2. That the sewer and water utilities serving Lots 20 thru 33, Sq. 5,
Lots 6 thru 30 Sq. 6, Lots 2 thru 14, Sq. 7, Lots 1 thru 4 Sq. 10, Lots 8 thru 19,
Sq. 11 in Pelican Bay Subdivision, Phase 3B, in accordance with plans prepared
by Dufrene Surveying & Engineering Inc. dated August 26, 2014, with final
revision date of September 15, 2014, stamped “Record Drawings” on July 7,
2015, be, and are hereby accepted, including 2092’+ of 8” PVC (SDR 26) sewer
line, ten (10) concrete sewer manholes, 2330’+ of 8” C-900 waterline, six (6)
8” gate valves, three (3) 8”x8”x8” tees, two (2) 8” 45 degree bends, one (1)
36”x36”x8” tapping sleeve and six (6) fire hydrants.
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 26th day of August , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 125525
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Bonaventure Co., Inc., under
Bid Proposal No. 50-00113102 for a two year contract for Turnout clothing for the
Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire Department at the bid tabulation
price of $164,002.50. Maximum expenditures for this contract shall not exceed
$164,002.50 for the two years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment
to the contract authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parish wide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on May 19, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Casco Industries, Inc., was determined to be a non-responsible
contractor and subsequently disqualified from award for this bid due to not
meeting the requirements of the specifications, which was noticed to the vendor
in accordance with Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 2-914; and
WHEREAS, the time frame for a challenge of the disqualification has elapsed;
and
WHEREAS, the bid disqualification committee has upheld the disqualification
in accordance with Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 2-914; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was received by Bonaventure Co., in the
amount of $164,002.50.
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 bid of Casco Industries, Inc. for Turnout clothing, Proposal
No. 50-00113102 for the Department of Fire is hereby disqualified in accordance
with Section 2-914 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
SECTION 2. That the lowest responsible bid of Bonaventure under Bid No. 5000113102 for a two year contract for Turnout Clothing for the Fire Department at
a bid tabulation price of $164,002.50, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 3: That the term of this contract shall commence upon the adoption
date of this resolution and that payment is hereby authorized for services
associated with this contract upon adoption of this Resolution.
SECTION 4: That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
22100-2921-7234.2 of the Department of Fire.
SECTION 5: That the maximum expenditures shall not exceed $164,002.50 for
the two year(s), by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 6: That the Council Chairman or, in his 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125526
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 2 to the contract with
Hard Rock Construction, LLC. for an addition of $93,392.33 to the contract
amount, which contract, dated July 18, 2014, covers Drainage Improvements
on Taft Park, North Turnbull Drive, and Belmont Place, Public Works Project
No. 2009-031-DR, Contract No. 55-00014457, Proposal No. 50-109562. Work
associated with this Change Order is partially complete and is within the
original scope of the project. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1, which was approved by Resolution No.
124714 on April 15, 2015, increased the contract by $121,073.00; and
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen soil conditions, during the installation of
approximately 2001 linear feet of subsurface drainage, unanticipated settlement
occurred on existing driveways and sidewalks which required the replacement
of numerous walks and drives along Taft Park, 33rd Street and North Turnbull
Dr., which resulted in an increase to the contract in the amount of $133,603.83;
and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to adjust 35 items of work in order to reflect
actual field requirements, which resulted in a deduction from the contract in the
amount of $40,211.50; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No. 2 amounts to an increase of
$93,392.33 and represents a 1.70% increase to the original contract amount; and
WHEREAS, the cumulative total of Change Order No. 1 and Change Order
No. 2 amounts to an increase of $213,465.33 and represents a 3.90% increase
to the original contract amount, which increases the contract amount from
$5,615,124.00 to $5,708,516.33.
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 authorize and
approve Change Order No. 2 to the contract with Hard Rock Construction, LLC
for an increase of $93,392.33 to the contract amount, which contract, dated July
18, 2014, covers Drainage Improvements on Taft Park, North Turnbull Drive,
and Belmont Place, Public Works Project No. 2009-031-DR, Contract No. 5500014457, Proposal No. 50-109562, which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in
and for the Parish of Jefferson M.O.B. 4621, Page 188, Instrument No. 11428515.
SECTION 2. Previously recorded Change Orders include Change Order No. 1,
which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson
M.O.B. 4653, Page 715, Instrument No. 11523492.
SECTION 3. That the cost of construction shall be charged to Account Line
45210-4037-7454(52110.36).
SECTION 4. 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 resolution.
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 26th day of
August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125527
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 4 (Final) to the
contract with Boh Bros. Construction Co., LLC for an increase of $369,555.22
to the contract amount and an addition of five (5) calendar days, which contract,
dated September 10, 2013, covers Oakwood/Terrytown Drainage Improvement
at Carol Sue Ave., Public Works Project No. 2009-062-DR, Contract No. 5500013931, Proposal No. 50-00107028. Work associated with this Change Order
is complete and is within the original scope of the project. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 approved by Resolution No. 122930 increased
the contract amount by $24,760.00; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 2 approved by Resolution No. 123240 increased

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the contract amount by $67,212.00; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 3 approved by Resolution No. 123823 increased
the contract amount by $267,684.98; and
WHEREAS, due to the unforeseen location of existing underground utilities
and the required location of the new 72” equivalent drain line, it was determined
in the field that all of the existing waterlines crossing Carol Sue Avenue and the
intersecting side streets should be offset to provide proper clearance to existing
underground utilities and the new 72” equivalent drain line, increasing the
quantity of waterline fittings, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the
amount of $40,021.60; and
WHEREAS, to ensure the safety of the general public during the Adonis Parade
which travelled on Carol Sue Avenue within the limits of the project, temporary
fencing was added along Carol Sue Avenue between Behrman Highway and the
Oakwood Canal to secure ongoing areas of construction, resulting in an increase
to the contract in the amount of $23,378.00; and
WHEREAS, after exposing the existing underground gravity sewer line running
adjacent and parallel to the required new 72” equivalent drain pipe, it was
determined that due to the actual surrounding soil conditions in combination
with the close proximity of the new drain line, the 20” sewer main segment
should be replaced with ductile iron in lieu of PVC and the 10” sewer main
segment should be replaced with P401 lined ductile iron in lieu of PVC, resulting
in an increase to the cost of the contract in the amount of $56,244.00; and
WHEREAS, during the installation of the required 72” equivalent drain pipe,
it was determined in the field to be in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to
install a new, parallel gravity sewer line in lieu of installing multiple drainage
conflict structures that would reduce the efficiency of the new drainage line to
accommodate existing, conflicting sewer house connections, resulting in an
increase to the required bedding material in the amount of 1,109 cubic yards,
resulting in an increase to the cost of the contract in the amount of $70,974.08;
and
WHEREAS, it was determined in the field that the excavated material obtained
within the project limits was not suitable for backfill over the new water and sewer
line placed within the roadway limits, requiring the addition of approximately
3,562 cubic yards of granular material backfill, resulting in an increase to the
cost of the contract in the amount of $54,320.50; and
WHEREAS, after construction of the new roadway pavement with new vertical
and horizontal geometry to comply with the current design criteria, it was
determined in the field to be in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to remove,
regrade and replace additional concrete walks and drives to provide positive
drainage without the addition of additional subsurface drainage, resulting in an
increase to the contract in the amount of $70,444.35; and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to adjust forty-seven (47) items of work in order to
reflect actual field requirements, which resulted in an increase to the contract in
the amount of $54,172.69; and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to add five (5) calendar days to the contract time to
complete all wok associated with the roadway on Carol Sue Ave; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No. 4 (Final) amounts to an increase
in the cost amount of $369,555.22 and represents a 9.70% increase to the original
contract amount, and increases the total contract amount from $4,167,928.98 to
$4,537,484.20; and
WHEREAS, the cumulative total of Change Order No.1, Change Order No. 2
and Change Order No. 3 and Change Order No. 4 (Final) amounts to $729,212.20
and represents an 19.5% increase to the original contract amount; and
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 authorize and
approve Change Order No. 4 (Final) to the contract with Boh Bros. Construction
Co., LLC for an increase of $369,555.22 to the contract amount and an addition
of five (5) calendar days, which contract, dated September 10, 2013, covers
Oakwood/Terrytown Drainage Improvement at Carol Sue Ave., Public Works
Project No. 2009-062-DR, Contract No. 55-00013931, Proposal No 50-107028,
which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson,
M.O.B. 4589, Page 116, Instrument No. 11345051.
SECTION 2. Previously recorded Change Orders include Change Order No. 1
which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson,
M.O.B. 4619, Page 71, Instrument No. 11425415, Change Order No. 2 which is
recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson, M.O.B. 4587,
Page 116, Instrument No. 11345051 and Change Order No. 3 which is recorded
with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson, M.O.B. 4633, Page 362,
Instrument No. 11447470.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this construction shall be charged to Account Line
21410-1240-281-7454(14125.001).
SECTION 4. 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 resolution.
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 26th day of
August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125528
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 2 (Final) to Contract
No. 55-00013934 dated November 6, 2013 with Circle, L.L.C. (Instrument
11355607, Mortgage Book 4596, Page 790) for an addition of $97,143.02 to the
original contract amount and an additional thirty four (34) calendar days for
the Further Construction to Improve Drainage at LA 3152 and LA 3139 – Phase
3B, Public Works Project No. 2007-012-PS-PH.3B, Bid Proposal No. 50-107898.
Work associated with this Change Order is complete and is within the original
scope of the project. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 was approved by Resolution No. 125004,
which increased the original contract amount by $112,293.81; and
WHEREAS, due to the unforeseen location of an existing 18” gas line,
construction operations were halted in order to determine if the gas line was
abandoned. The gas company verified that the gas line was abandoned and was
removed by the contractor resulting in an increase to the contract in the amount
of $26,940.11; and
WHEREAS, during the jack and bore installation of the 42” drain pipe, the
contractor encountered multiple unforeseen concrete obstructions which
required removal prior to proceeding with drain line installation, resulting in an
increase to the contract in the amount of $134,063.69; and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to adjust three (3) additional items of work in
order to reflect actual field requirements, which resulted in an increase to the
contract in the amount of $7,593.22; and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to add thirty four (34) calendar days to the contract
time to complete additional work; and
WHEREAS, the contractor will be assessed 17 calendar days of liquidated
damages for not completing required work in the allotted contract time, resulting
in a decrease to the contract in the amount of $71,454.00; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No. 2 amounts to an increase to the
contract in the amount of $97,143.02 and represents a 2.96% increase to the
original contract amount
WHEREAS, the cumulative total of Change Order No. 1 and No. 2 amounts
to an increase of $209,436.83 and represents a 6.38% increase to the original
contract amount from $3,282,032.00 to $3,491,468.83; and
WHEREAS, the contractor has disputed the assessment of 17 calendar days
of liquidated damages but has been unable to provide sufficient justification to
warrant a reassessment by the Jefferson Parish Engineering Department; and
WHEREAS, if at a later date the contractor can provide sufficient justification
for the reassessment of liquidated damages, the Engineering Department has
agreed to grant additional time which would result in an additional change order.
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 authorize and approve Change Order
No. 2 (Final) to Contract No. 55-00013934 dated November 6, 2013 with Circle,
L.L.C. (Instrument 11355607, Mortgage Book 4596, Page 790) for an addition
of $97,143.02 (2.86% increase) to the original contract amount and an additional
thirty four (34) calendar days for the Further Construction to Improve Drainage
at LA 3152 and LA 3139 – Phase 3B, Public Works Project No. 2007-012-PSPH.3B, Bid Proposal No. 50-107898.
SECTION 2. That Change Order No. 1 was approved by Resolution No. 125004
and is recorded by the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson Mortgage
Book 4655, Page 928, Instrument 11526662.
SECTION 3. That Change Order No. 2 is meant to be final; however, the Jefferson
Parish Engineering Department is willing to grant additional contract time by
means of an additional Change Order if the contractor can provide sufficient
justification
SECTION 4. That the cost of this construction shall be charged to Account No.
21310-1193-139-7454 (13110.103).
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve
Change Order No. 1 to the contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

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as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125529
A resolution granting an acceptance to Boh Bros Construction Co., LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish, contract is dated September 10,
2013 and covers Oakwood/Terrytown Drainage Improvement at Carol Sue Ave.,
Public Works Project No. 2009-062-DR, Contract No. 55-00013931, Proposal
No. 50-00107028 for the Department of Engineering. (Council District No. 1)
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Boh Bros Construction Co., LLC is hereby granted acceptance
of their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated September
10, 2013 and covers Oakwood/Terrytown Drainage Improvement at Carol Sue
Ave., Public Works Project No. 2009-062-DR, Contract No. 55-00013931,
Proposal No. 50-00107028 and is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the
Parish of Jefferson in M.O.B.4589, Page 116, Instrument No. 11345051.
SECTION 2. Previously recorded Change Orders include Change Order No. 1
M.O.B 4619, Page 71, Instrument No. 11425415, Change Order No. 2 M.O.B.
4587, Page 116, Instrument No. 11345051 and Change Order No. 3 M.O.B. 633,
Page 362, Instrument No. 11447470.
SECTION 3. That Boh Bros Construction Co., LLC is hereby authorized to file
a copy of this resolution with the 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 45 days, Boh Bros Construction Co., LLC
shall furnish the Department of Public Works of Jefferson Parish 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 5. 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125530
A resolution granting acceptance to Circle, L.L.C. for their completed contract,
which Jefferson Parish contract is dated November 6, 2013 for the Further
Construction to Improve Drainage at LA 3152 and LA 3139 – Phase 3B, Public
Works Project No. 2007-012-PS-PH.3B, Contract No. 55-00013934, Bid
Proposal No. 50-107898. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 was approved by Resolution No. 125004 and is
recorded by the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson Mortgage Book
4655, Page 928, Instrument 11526662.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Circle, L.L.C. is hereby granted acceptance of their completed
contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated May 12, 2014 for the November
6, 2013 for the Further Construction to Improve Drainage at LA 3152 and LA
3139 – Phase 3B, Public Works Project No. 2007-012-PS-PH.3B, Contract No.
55-00013934, Bid Proposal No. 50-107898 which is recorded with the Clerk
of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in Mortgage Book 4596, Page 790,
Instrument 11355607.
SECTION 2. The said Circle, L.L.C.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 Circle, L.L.C. 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 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125544
A resolution authorizing the execution of Amendment No. 1, which amends the
existing Laboratory Services Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and
Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) to provide for testing and/or inspection
of materials and equipment on an “as-needed” basis for the Department of
Public Works, for projects located throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of
two (2) years, Public Works Project No. 2013-012D-RB, Contract No. 55-13836,
to extend the term of the agreement for a period of six (6) months, which does not
increase the total not-to-exceed annual fee of $300,000.00. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 121005, adopted on May 15, 2013,
the Jefferson Parish Council authorized advertisement for submittals of
Statements of Qualifications from professional firms interested in providing
laboratory services for testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on
an “as-needed” basis for the Department of Public Works, for projects located
throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of two years; and
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 121231, adopted on July 24, 2013, the
Jefferson Parish Council selected the firm of Professional Service Industries,
Inc. (PSI), which firm submitted a Statement of Qualifications that was approved
by the Technical Evaluation Committee, to provide laboratory services for
testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on an “as-needed” basis
for the Department of Public Works, for projects located throughout Jefferson
Parish, for a period of two years; and
WHEREAS, as authorized by Resolution No. 121637, adopted September 18,
2013, the Parish of Jefferson (hereinafter, OWNER) entered into a Laboratory
Services Agreement with Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) (hereinafter,
FIRM), dated October 7, 2013, with a termination date of September 11, 2015,
to provide laboratory services for testing and/or inspection of materials and
equipment on an “as-needed” basis for the Department of Public Works, for
projects located throughout Jefferson Parish, Public Works Project No. 2013012D-RB (hereinafter, the PROJECT), for a total not-to-exceed annual fee of
$300,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the FIRM has been assigned testing work for several projects
in which construction is scheduled to continue past the current Agreement
termination date; and
WHEREAS, considering the FIRM’s familiarity with the previously detailed
projects, along with previous work performed, it is in the best interest of the
OWNER to extend the Laboratory Services Agreement for six (6) months,
from September 11, 2015 to March 11, 2016, to allow sufficient time for the
ENGINEER to complete all necessary work associated with the previously
referenced projects and perform work on any newly assigned projects.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby authorize the execution of Amendment
No. 1, which amends the Laboratory Services Agreement with Professional
Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) to provide for testing and/or inspection of materials
and equipment on an “as-needed” basis for the Department of Public Works,
for projects located throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of two (2) years,
Public Works Project No. 2013-012A-RB, Contract No. 55-13836, to extend the
Agreement for six (6) months, from September 11, 2015 to March 11, 2016.
SECTION 2. That the maximum cumulative annual fee that can be charged to
this project to provide laboratory services on an “as-needed” basis for projects
located throughout Jefferson Parish shall remain at $300,000.00 and shall be
charged to the appropriate account line on a job to job basis.
SECTION 3. That all services shall be provided on an “as-needed” basis and
there shall be no guarantee as to the amount of work given on a yearly basis.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

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On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Spears, the following resolution was
offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 125545
A resolution authorizing the execution of Amendment No. 3, which amends
the existing Laboratory Services Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and The Beta Group Engineering and Construction Services, to provide for
testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on an “as-needed” basis
for the Department of Public Works, for projects located throughout Jefferson
Parish, for a period of two (2) years, Public Works Project No. 2013-012A-RB,
Contract No. 55-00013844, to increase the total not-to-exceed annual fee from
$300,000.00 to $600,000.00 for the second year of the Agreement. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 121005, adopted on May 15, 2013,
the Jefferson Parish Council authorized advertisement for submittals of
Statements of Qualifications from professional firms interested in providing
laboratory services for testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on
an “as-needed” basis for the Department of Public Works, for projects located
throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of two years; and
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 121231, adopted on July 24, 2013, the
Jefferson Parish Council selected the firm of The Beta Group Engineering and
Construction Services, which firm submitted a Statement of Qualifications that
was approved by the Technical Evaluation Committee, to provide laboratory
services for testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on an “asneeded” basis for the Department of Public Works, for projects located
throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of two years; and
WHEREAS, as authorized by Resolution No. 121635, adopted September 18,
2013, the Parish of Jefferson (hereinafter, OWNER) entered into a Laboratory
Services Agreement with the firm of The Beta Group Engineering and
Construction Services, dated October 7, 2013, with a termination date of
September 11, 2015, to provide laboratory services for testing and/or inspection
of materials and equipment on an “as-needed” basis for the Department of
Public Works, for projects located throughout Jefferson Parish, Public Works
Project No. 2013-012A-RB (hereinafter, the PROJECT); and
WHEREAS, the maximum cumulative fee that can be charged for all work on
this contract shall not exceed $300,000.00 per year unless increased by contract
amendment approved by the Jefferson Parish Council; and
WHEREAS, due to the volume of required testing work being performed
under the Agreement for the $100 Million Submerged Roads Program and for
the $50 Million Drainage Bond Program, Amendment No. 1, authorized by
Resolution No. 123095, was executed raising the annual fee from $300,000.00 to
$450,000.00 for the first year of the Agreement; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 2, authorized by Resolution No. 125325, extended
the Agreement six (6) months from September 11, 2015 to March 11, 2016 which
did not increase the total not-to-exceed annual fee of $450,000.00 for the first
year and $300,000 per year for subsequent years; and
WHEREAS, due to the volume of required testing work previously performed
under the Agreement for the $100 Million Submerged Roads Program and for
the $50 Million Drainage Bond Program and the anticipated volume of testing
work needed through the termination date of the second year of the Agreement,
the Jefferson Parish Engineering Department has determined that it is in the The
Beta Group Engineering and Construction Services’s best interest to raise the
existing total not-to-exceed annual fee from $300,000.00 to $600,000.00 for the
second year of the Agreement; and
WHEREAS, all services shall continue to be provided on an “as-needed” basis
and there shall be no guarantee as to the amount of work given on a yearly basis;
and
WHEREAS, payment under this contract shall be contingent upon the
availability of funds for each individual project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the execution of Amendment
No. 3, which amends the Laboratory Services Agreement with the firm of
The Beta Group Engineering and Construction Services Beta, to provide
laboratory services for testing and/or inspection of materials and equipment on
an “as-needed” basis for the Department of Public Works, for projects located
throughout Jefferson Parish, for a period of two (2) years, Public Works Project
No. 2013-012A-RB, to raise the existing total not-to-exceed annual fee from
$300,000.00 to $600,000.00 for the second year of the Agreement.
SECTION 2. That the maximum cumulative annual fee of $600,000.00 for the
second year of the Agreement that can be charged to this project to provide
laboratory services on an “as-needed” basis for projects located throughout
Jefferson Parish be charged to the appropriate account line on a job to job basis.
SECTION 3. That all services shall be provided on an “as-needed” basis and
there shall be no guarantee as to the amount of work given on a yearly basis.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125546
A resolution ratifying an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Design Engineering, Inc. to provide engineering services for
the design and construction of Southbound Causeway Boulevard Bridge over
Veterans Boulevard Widening, Public Works Project No. 2015-016-RB, for an
amount Not-to-Exceed $250,603.00. (Council District No. 5)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124018, adopted on March 4, 2015,
the Jefferson Parish Council (hereinafter, OWNER) selected the firm of Design
Engineering, Inc. (hereinafter, ENGINEER), to provide engineering services
for the design and construction of Southbound Causeway Boulevard Bridge
over Veterans Boulevard Widening, Public Works Project No. 2015-016-RB
(hereinafter, the PROJECT); and
WHEREAS, a Lump Sum fee of $245,603.00 for Basic Design Services
(Preliminary Design - $85,961.00; Final Design - $159,642.00) and a Not-ToExceed fee of $5,000.00 for Supplemental Services (Coordination with Surveyor
and Geotechnical Engineer - $5,000.00) has been negotiated and mutually agreed
upon by the Jefferson Parish Department of Engineering and the ENGINEER to
provide engineering services for the design of the PROJECT; and
WHEREAS, fees for construction services may be negotiated at a later date
when the scope of required services can be better defined; and
WHEREAS, the ENGINEER shall not perform any phase of Basic Services or
any Supplemental Service without the written authorization of the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
by the Jefferson Parish Council, the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the terms of the Engineering
Agreement with Design Engineering, Inc. to provide engineering services for
the design and construction of Southbound Causeway Boulevard Bridge over
Veterans Boulevard Widening, Public Works Project No. 2015-016-RB..
SECTION 2. That the termination date of said Agreement is three (3) years from
the date of execution of the Agreement.
SECTION 3. That the costs associated with these services shall be a Not-toExceed fee of $250,603.00 to be charged to Account No. 44560-4008-7451
(45624.006).
SECTION 4. That the ENGINEER shall not perform any phase of Basic Services
or any Supplemental Service without the written authorization of the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125547
A resolution authorizing the execution of Amendment No. 8 which amends the
existing Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and Perrin & Carter,
Inc., dated September 19, 2005, to provide Professional Engineering Services for
the design of Ames Boulevard Roadway Improvements Phase I: from the Ames
Boulevard and East Ames Boulevard Intersection (near Oregon Drive) to the
Intersection of East Ames and Ames Boulevard (near Blanche Street) and Ames
Boulevard Roadway Improvements Phase II: Blanche Street to the Intersection
of Bayou Bouef Street, Public Works Project No. 2003-009-RBI, Contract No.
55-00007727, to provide for a time extension of one year (1) year, which does
not increase the overall Not-To-Exceed fee of $1,496,906.00. (Council District
No. 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and Perrin & Carter, Inc., dated September 19, 2005, to provide Professional
Engineering Services for the design of Ames Boulevard Roadway Improvements

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Phase I: from the Ames Boulevard and East Ames Boulevard Intersection (near
Oregon Drive) to the Intersection of East Ames and Ames Boulevard (near
Blanche Street) (hereinafter, PROJECT 1) and Ames Boulevard Roadway
Improvements Phase II: Blanche Street to the Intersection of Bayou Bouef Street
(hereinafter PROJECT 2), Public Works Project No. 2003-009-RBI; and
WHEREAS, after execution of the Agreement, PROJECT 1 was placed in the
Federal Aid Urban System Program, making the PROJECT eligible for federal
construction funds, and requiring that the PROJECT be subject to review and
approval by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
(DOTD) in accordance with both DOTD and Federal Highway Administration
(FHWA) design standards; and
WHEREAS, PROJECT 1 design was delayed until a Parish-State Agreement
was drafted by the DOTD and executed by the Parish and the DOTD; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 1, dated October 7, 2008 and authorized by
resolution No. 110950, extended the Engineering Agreement for one year (1)
year, from September 19, 2008 to September 19, 2009, Amendment No. 2,
dated September 2, 2008 and authorized by resolution No. 112812, extended
the Engineering Agreement for one year (1) year, from September 19, 2009 to
September 19, 2010, Amendment No. 3, dated September 21, 2010 and authorized
by resolution No. 115249, extended the Engineering Agreement for one year
(1) year, from September 19, 2010 to September 19, 2011, Amendment No. 4,
dated September 28, 2011 and authorized by resolution No. 117458, extended
the Engineering Agreement for one year (1) year, from September 19, 2011 to
September 19, 2012, Amendment No. 5, dated October 17, 2012 and authorized
by resolution No. 119530, extended the Engineering Agreement for one year
(1) year, from September 19, 2012 to September 19, 2013, Amendment No. 6,
dated September 25, 2013 and authorized by resolution No. 121523, extended
the Engineering Agreement for one year (1) year, from September 19, 2013
to September 19, 2014, and Amendment No. 7, dated September 30, 2014 and
authorized by resolution No. 123405, extended the Engineering Agreement for
one year (1) year, from September 19, 2014 to September 19, 2015 to allow time
for the Engineer to comply with the DOTD review process for PROJECT 1; and
WHEREAS, Perrin & Carter, Inc. is complying with the DOTD review process,
has completed Preliminary Plans for PROJECT 1, is currently waiting for DOTD
comments on Final Right-of-way Maps, and is working on Final Construction
Plans for PROJECT 1; and
WHEREAS, PROJECT 2 is currently on hold; and
WHEREAS, considering Perrin & Carter, Inc.’s familiarity with the PROJECT
and previous work performed, it is in the best interest of the Parish of Jefferson
to extend the Engineering Agreement for one year (1) year, from September 19,
2015 to September 19, 2016, to allow sufficient time for Perrin & Carter, Inc. to
complete all necessary work associated with completion of design of PROJECT
1.
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 authorize the
execution of Amendment No. 8 which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with Perrin & Carter, Inc., dated September 19, 2005, to provide
Professional Engineering Services for the design of Ames Boulevard Roadway
Improvements Phase I: from the Ames Boulevard and East Ames Boulevard
Intersection (near Oregon Drive) to the Intersection of East Ames and Ames
Boulevard (near Blanche Street) and Ames Boulevard Roadway Improvements
Phase II: Blanche Street to the Intersection of Bayou Bouef Street, Public Works
Project No. 2003-009-RBI, to extend the termination date of the Engineering
Agreement for one (1) year, from September 19, 2015 until September 19, 2016.
SECTION 2. That no additional engineering services fees are associated with
this Amendment.
SECTION 3. That the cost for engineering services fees shall be charged to
Account No. 44630-4012-7451 (46319.003)
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125554
A resolution certifying that the Parish of Jefferson has dedicated in cash, funds
for construction of South Kenner Road Rehabilitation (River Road to Chenevert
Street), State Facility Planning & Control Project No. 50-J26-12-07, Public
Works Project No. 2013-025A-RB, in an amount five percent over the required
twenty-five percent match of the estimated construction cost. (Council District
3)
WHEREAS, there is an existing Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
State of Louisiana and Jefferson Parish for South Kenner Road Rehabilitation
from Live Oak Boulevard to River Road (hereinafter, the PROJECT), State
Facility Planning & Control (hereinafter, FP&C) Project No. 50-J26-12-07; and
WHEREAS, the PROJECT was separated into two phases as follows with each
phase providing a useful and functional project, satisfying the intent of the State
Capital Outlay request: Phase 1 – River Road to Chenevert Street) and Phase
2 – Chenevert Street to Live Oak Boulevard; and
WHEREAS, in order to utilize the State Capital Outlay funds for construction
of Phase 1 - South Kenner Road Rehabilitation (River Road to Chenevert Street)
and to proceed with bidding Phase 1, the Parish of Jefferson is required to certify
that funds for construction have been dedicated in an amount greater than or
equal to the twenty-five percent match of the estimated construction cost of
$4,254,451.58; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has dedicated $1,116,794.00 in cash
funding for construction of Phase 1 - South Kenner Road Rehabilitation (River
Road to Chenevert Street), which amount exceeds the required twenty-five
percent construction funding match of $1,063,612.96 by five percent. NOW,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby certify that the Parish of Jefferson
has dedicated in cash, $1,116,794.00 for construction of South Kenner Road
Rehabilitation (River Road to Chenevert Street), State Facility Planning &
Control Project No. 50-J26-12-07, Public Works Project No. 2013-025A-RB,
which amount is five percent over the required twenty-five percent match of the
estimated construction cost of $$4,254,451.58.
SECTION 2. That the construction costs shall be charged to Account No. 442004002-7454 (42057.050).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125555
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. (PARISHWIDE)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 121005, dated May 15, 2013, 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 will be 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, 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 remainder of the original
two year period, which commences on September 12, 2015 and terminates on
September 11, 2017; and
WHEREAS, the five (5) persons or firms previously approved by Resolution No.
125358 should not respond to this advertisement.
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

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as-needed basis, for the Department of Public Works, for projects in the Parish
of Jefferson for the remainder of the two year period, which commences 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.
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 firm’s 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 that the person or
firms under consideration shall have at least 1) one principal who is a professional
engineer who shall be registered as such in Louisiana; 2) a Professional in Charge
of the Project who is a professional engineer registered as such in Louisiana
with a minimum of five (5) years experience; and 3) one employee who is a
professional engineer registered as such in Louisiana in the field or fields of
expertise required for the project. A subcontractor may meet the requirement
in Number 3) only if the advertised Project involves more than one discipline.
SECTION 4. 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 5. 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 26th day of August, 2015.
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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125556
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the sales of various properties in
connection with the Adjudicated Property Auction held on August 15, 2015 and
to provide for other related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish expends large sums of money to maintain several
thousand pieces of property that have been adjudicated to Jefferson Parish for
unpaid property taxes; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to rapidly place these properties back into
the stream of commerce by auctioning said properties; and
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 24773 adopted on July 23rd, 2014, declared certain
tax adjudicated properties no longer needed for public purpose and authorized
the sale at an absolute auction, with the property awarded to the highest bidder;
and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish held an auction on Saturday, August 15, 2015, and
sold 142 pieces of property for a total of $1,232,250.00; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to sell these properties to the highest
bidder or backup bidder at the amount provided on the attached Exhibit “A”.
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 sales of various adjudicated properties auctioned August
15, 2015, as listed on the attached Exhibit “A”, to the highest bidder or backup
bidder for the backup bid amount as evidenced by a purchase agreement executed
at the time of the auction, is hereby authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That all properties are still eligible for redemption up to the
recordation of a cash sale transferring ownership pursuant to Louisiana Revised
Statute 47:2197, et seq.
SECTION 3. That after all costs associated with the auction have been paid the net
proceeds from the sale of the properties shall be deposited into Budget Account
No. 10010-0000-5853, Adjudicated Property Sales and shall be dedicated to the
Jefferson Parish Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement for expenses
incurred by that department for grass cutting, debris removal and demolition of
derelict structures on private properties.
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 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 adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125557
A resolution authorizing Amendment No. 2 to the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement with the Town of Jean Lafitte contract No. 55-13785 to amend the
contract amount, section 2, Deliverables, and extend the contract date to March
27, 2017. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 120689 adopted on March 27, 2013
the Parish of Jefferson and the Town of Jean Lafitte entered into a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement for the design and implementation of a housing program
in accordance with HOME Investment Partnership Program to help restore the
housing stock damaged in lower Jefferson and Jean Lafitte areas, for a total cost
of $1,140,123.00, and;
WHEREAS, the original contract inadvertently omitted the program income of
$117,017.00 that was intended as part of the contract amount for a total original
contract amount of $1,257,140.00, and;
WHEREAS, Amendment No 1 was authorized by Resolution 123519 adopted on
the 17th day of September 2014 amended the wording in the payment section and
extended the contract an additional year to March 27, 2016, and;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson Department of Community Development
through its HOME Investment Partnership Program will provide an additional
$552,302.00, to continue this project with reasonable expectations that this
activity will benefit low to moderate income families by providing decent, safe
and sanitary housing and increase the housing stock in Lower Jefferson and
Lafitte, and;
WHEREAS, the additional $552,302.00 and $117,017.00, in program income
(HOME funds) will increase the budget from $1,140,123.00 to $1,809,442.00, for
the express purpose of providing decent safe and sanitary housing for qualified
residents in lower Jefferson Parish and Lafitte that are in need of decent safe and
sanitary housing as the result of Hurricane Isaac that had not been identified or
determined eligible during the initial process.
WHEREAS, The Town of Jean Lafitte adopted Resolution No. 1799 June 12,
2012 to construct up to 10 turnkey Modular homes at pre-determined sites
provided the availability of funds, and;
WHEREAS, the additional funds will allow the Town of Jean Lafitte to extend
their existing contract with Wolf Construction to construct up to four (4)
additional homes using the already established prices by Wolf Construction,
and;
WHEREAS, the contract end date must be extended until May 27, 2017 to
complete to project.
WHEREAS, Section 2, Deliverables will be revised to state that The Town of

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Jean Lafitte will be required to provide a list of potential clients for possible
participation in the program and Community Development will determine client
eligibility based on HUD program guidelines.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the HOME program income in the amount of $117,017.00, is
hereby added to the original budget as intended, increasing the contract amount
to $1,257,140.00.
SECTION 2. That the additional $552,302.00 in HOME grant funds are hereby
added to the budget for a total budget amount of $1,809,442.00.
SECTION 3. That the contract end date is hereby extended until March 27, 2017.
SECTION 4. That Section 2, Deliverable is hereby revised to require the Town
of Lafitte to provide a list of potential client and Community Development will
determine client eligibility based on HOME program guidelines.
SECTION 5. That the cost associated with Amendment No 2 shall be charged
to HOME Program Budget Account No. 21340-1183-139-7454-13387-2873 for a
total contract amount of $1,809,442.00.
SECTION 6. That the Director of Community Development is hereby authorized
to sign any and all documents necessary to make this resolution effective.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125559
A resolution authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1to a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Jefferson Parish
Hospital Service District #1 d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center relative to an
award of Legislative Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant funding from the Federal
Emergency Management Agency. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, in November of 2008, the Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) set aside Legislative Pre-disaster Mitigation (LPDM) funds for West
Jefferson Medical Center in the amount of $400,000.00;
WHEREAS, the LPDM funds are being utilized to reduce and manage risks to
human life, the environment, and property to ensure continuity of operations for
a critical facility in the event of natural and manmade hazards; and
WHEREAS, in December of 2011, West Jefferson Medical Center (WJMC)
prepared and submitted a LPDM application through Jefferson Parish to
the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
(GOHSEP) to retrofit the West Jefferson Medical Center facility by hardening
the building envelope against wind hazard (LPDM-PJ-06-LA-2009-001); and
WHEREAS, FEMA authorized, obligated, and awarded funding to Jefferson
Parish for wind hardening activities for Project LPDM-PJ-06-LA-2009-001
by way of an award letter dated October 16, 2012 for a total grant award of
$750,367.38 with a Federal share of $400,000.00 and Non-Federal share of
$350,367.38; and
WHERAS, WJMC included a signed letter dated October 28, 2011 committing
to pay the Non-Federal share as documentation with the grant application; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has the authority to pass through its awarded
LPDM funds to WJMC for the performance of the scope of work to retrofit the
West Jefferson Medical Center; and
WHEREAS, WJMC shall comply by the terms of this Agreement including any
and all exhibits attached and made part of this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, all construction work has been completed, however delays exist
with reimbursement of final payment from the GOHSEP, resulting in a need to
extend this Agreement for 120 days to allow for transfer of final payment after
receipt of funds from the GOHSEP.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council Chairman does hereby ratify the attached
Amendment No. 1 extending the terms by 120 days of the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Jefferson Parish Hospital Service
District #1 d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center relative to the Legislative PreDisaster Mitigation Grant funding.
SECTION 2. That there shall be no cost for Jefferson Parish pursuant to this
agreement. Any pass through of funds shall utilize Account No. 21410-1240281-7454(14143.001) or 21410-1240-281-7331(14143.001)
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, on 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #57 on the
agenda of a resolution placing the $45,000,000.00 of BP Deepwater Horizon
settlement funds in escrow, once received, while a Parishwide comprehensive
spending plan is developed be and is hereby deferred until September 23, 2015.
(Parishwide) (Mr. Lagasse) (Deferred from 8/12/15)
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 the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125560
A resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 124018 adopted on December 10, 2014 and
as supplemented under Resolution No. 125288 adopted on July 22, 2015, for
routine engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Street Projects,
which services will be required for design of Ridgewood Drive Rehabilitation
(Stroelitz Avenue to Airline Drive), Public Works Project No. 2013-039-RB
(Council District No. 5).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124018 adopted on December 10, 2014
and Resolution No. 125288 adopted on July 22, 2015, a pre-approved list of firms
for routine engineering for Street Projects was established; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is desirous of rehabilitating existing Ridgewood
Drive (Stroelitz Avenue to Airline Drive), removing and replacing intermittent
concrete panels and adjusting the elevation of existing drainage structures
as necessary to significantly extend the useful life of the roadway pavement
system; and
WHEREAS, the project is included in the Long Range Transportation
Improvement Program and eligible for 80% federal construction funding
provided that design is completed in accordance with current Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) and Louisiana Department of Transportation and
Development (LA DOTD) criteria; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is interested in selecting a qualified engineering
firm to perform engineering services for design of Ridgewood Drive
Rehabilitation (Stroelitz Avenue to Airline Drive) in accordance with current
FHWA and LA DOTD criteria; and
WHEREAS, the engineering design fees associated with the work will not
exceed $300,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select the firm of HNTB Corporation
from the pre-approved list for routine engineering services for design of
Ridgewood Drive Rehabilitation (Stroelitz Avenue to Airline Drive).
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 HNTB Corporation,
10000 Perkins Rowe, Suite 640, Baton Rouge, LA 70810 from the list of the
approved firms established under Resolution No. 124018 adopted on December
10, 2014 and as supplemented under Resolution No. 125288 adopted on July
22, 2015, for routine engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for
Street Projects to provide engineering services for design of Ridgewood Drive
Rehabilitation (Stroelitz Avenue to Airline Drive), Public Works Project No.
2013-039-RB in accordance with current FHWA and LA DOTD criteria.
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 when an agreement with the selected firm is ratified, proper
account lines will be established.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Lagasse
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015.

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On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125561
A resolution amending Resolution No. 122870 adopted on May 14, 2014 and
amended by Resolution No. 124631 on March 25, 2015, that authorized the
Planning Department and the Planning Advisory Board to conduct a text study
of the Fat City zoning districts, to establish an interim development standard
that adjusts the maximum height of monument signs in the FC-1 Pedestrian Core
district. (Council District No. 5)
WHEREAS, in administering the Fat City zoning regulations since their
adoption by Ordinance No. 23881 on September 22, 2010, the departments of
Planning and Inspection and Code Enforcement are identifying provisions that
need to be clarified and amended to improve administration and enforcement;
and
WHEREAS, the FC-1 district currently allows for monument signs along 18th
Street subject to certain criteria; and
WHEREAS, the 18th Street right-of-way is narrow and entails a servitude on
private property to accommodate infrastructure and utilities; and
WHEREAS, up to eight feet in height for monument signs provides greater
flexibility, given the constraints of the narrow right of way, the conditions
of individual sites, and the needs of businesses, while still promoting good
aesthetics and ensuring consistency with neighborhood character.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That an interim development standard is hereby established that
allows the height of a monument sign, where authorized in the Pedestrian Core
District (FC-1) on development sites other than the east side of sites abutting
Severn Avenue, to be a maximum of eight (8) feet in height, measured from a
plane extended horizontally from the surface of the existing adjacent sidewalk.
SECTION 2. The interim development standard set forth in this resolution is
in accordance with and by the authority of Sec. 33-2.21 and Sec. 40-880 of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances providing, in pertinent part, that when a
zoning or land use study has been initiated by resolution of the Jefferson Parish
Council and pending final disposition of said amendment, supplement, change,
zoning or land use study, interim development standards may be established
that provide for reasonable approval conditions for certain types of development
applications that would be otherwise affected by the study for one (1) year, which
may be extended by the Jefferson Parish Council for not longer than one (1), six
(6)-month period.
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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125562
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract
with LLJ Environmental Construction, LLC, for an additional $17,860.00 to the
contract amount and adding twenty (20) days, which contract, dated May 28,
2015, is for the boardwalk and pavilion repair project, Proposal No. 50-112339,
Contract No. 55-00014981. Work associated with this Change Order is within
the original scope of the project. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, additional boardwalk support bracing and an ADA-compliant
ramp will be added to the north side of the boardwalk; and
WHEREAS, additional days are needed for added work; and
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded Change Orders associated
with this project; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No. 1 amounts to an increase to
the contract in the amount of $17,860.00 and the total of Change Order No.
1 represents a 26.17% increase to the contract amount from $68,255.00 to
$86,115.00.
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 Change Order No. 1 to the contract with LLJ
Environmental Construction, LLC, for an additional $17,860.00 to the contract
amount and adding twenty (20) days, which contract, dated May 28, 2015, is for
the boardwalk and pavilion repair project, Proposal No. 50-112339, Contract No.
55-00014981, which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish
of Jefferson M.O.B 4652, Page 319, Instrument No. 11521726, be and is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 2. That the cost associated with Change Order No. 1 shall be charged
to Account No. 44650-4013-7454 (46510.030).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125563
A resolution ratifying the agreement with Allison Beckman, DVM to provide
professional veterinary services at the West Bank Animal Shelter, for an amount
not to exceed $115,000.00 annually. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124920, adopted the 13th day of May,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to advertise
for Statements of Qualifications for a one year contract for firms interested in
providing professional veterinary services at the West Bank Animal Shelter on
a full time or part-time basis; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125287, adopted the 22nd day of July, 2015 selected
Allison Beckman, DVM to provide professional veterinary services at the West
Bank Animal Shelter.
WHEREAS, the administration has negotiated a contractual agreement with
Allison Beckman, DVM and said agreement in complete form, including all
terms and conditions is submitted here for ratification.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the agreement with Allison Beckman, DVM to provide
professional veterinary services at the West Bank Animal Shelter for an amount
not to exceed $115,000.00 annually is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 21710-2200-7331.
SECTION 3. The Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his absence the
Vice Chairman, be authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full for and effect to this resolution.
SECTION 4. That the term of this contract shall commence upon the date of
execution of the 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125564
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with Principal Engineering, Inc. dated January 15, 2013, to establish
a new termination date of January 15, 2017 and to increase the fee for Basic
Services by $33,690.00 for professional services associated with the design and
construction of Drainage Improvements in the Orleans Village Subdivision,
Public Works Project No. 2010-023-DR, thereby increasing the total contract
fee from $131,137.30 to $164,827.30. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson, hereinafter
called the “Owner”, and Principal Engineering, Inc., hereinafter called the
“Engineer”, dated January 15, 2013, as authorized by Resolution No. 120091
dated December 12, 2012, to provide routine engineering and supplemental
services, excluding resident inspection, which cost under $300,000.00 for
Drainage projects, for professional services related to the design and construction
of Drainage Improvements in the Orleans Village Subdivision; and
WHEREAS, the construction contract has been awarded to Command
Construction, LLC pursuant to Resolution No. 124703 dated April 15, 2015 and
construction is underway; and
WHEREAS, the Owner’s Agreement with the Engineer will expire on January
15, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to extend the Agreement by one (1) year in order
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project construction and closeout; and
WHEREAS, it was necessary for the Engineers to perform additional services
due to utility conflicts; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated a fee of
$33,690.00 for the additional services.
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. 1 to the Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Principal
Engineering, Inc. dated January 15, 2013, to establish a new termination date of
January 15, 2017 and to increase the fee for Basic Services by $33,690.00 for
professional services associated with the design and construction of Drainage
Improvements in the Orleans Village Subdivision, Public Works Project No.
2010-023-DR, thereby increasing the total contract fee from $131,137.30 to
$164,827.30.
SECTION 2. That the additional fee of $33,690.00 will be charged to Account
No. 45310-4077-7451(53112.001), Contract No. 55-00013228.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute Amendment No. 1 to the engineering agreement
for this work with Principal Engineering, Inc.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follow
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125565
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Phoenix Global Engineering and Construction,
Inc. dated January 6, 2012, for engineering services related to the design of
improvements to Sewer Lift Station at Alexis Drive (M-13-2), to establish a new
contract termination date of July 6, 2016; there is no change in the total value
of this contract which remains at $129,627.00; Sewerage Capital Improvement
Program Project No. D2530 (Council District No. 3).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated January 6, 2012, between
Jefferson Parish and Phoenix Global Engineering and Construction, Inc., as
authorized by Resolution No. 118049 dated December 7, 2011 and as amended
by Amendment No. 1 as authorized by Resolution No. 120447 dated February
27, 2013, and Amendment No. 2 as authorized by Resolution No. 123855 dated
November 5, 2014, for the design of improvements to Sewer Lift Station at
Alexis Drive; and
WHEREAS, this project is currently under construction; and
WHEREAS, this contract will expire on January 6, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the OWNER to extend the Engineering
Agreement for six (6) months from January 6, 2016 to July 6, 2016; and
WHEREAS, there is no change in the value of this contract which remains at
$129,627.00.
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 Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 3, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Phoenix Global Engineering
and Construction, Inc. dated January 6, 2012, for the design of improvements
to Sewer Lift Station at Alexis Drive (M-13-2), to establish a new contract
termination date of July 6, 2016, and there is no change in the total value of this
contract which remains at $129,627.00. Sewerage Capital Improvement Project
D2530.
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with the project will continue to be
charged to Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Account No. 44940-40237451 (49429.003), Contract No. 55-12380.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated January 6, 2012 and as amended by Amendment No. 1 and 2, except as
specifically modified by this Amendment No. 3, shall remain in full force and
effect.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125566
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 5 adding and approving Exceptional
Inspections, LLC as a subcontractor to provide construction inspection
services in association with the agreement with Professional Engineering and
Environmental Consultants, Inc. for engineering services for Mt. Kennedy
Drive Drainage Improvements, Public Works Project No. 2008-035-DR and to
establish a new termination date of November 21, 2016; the fee for all work
remains unchanged at $395,480.00. (Council District No. 3)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and
Professional Engineering and Environmental Consultants, Inc. dated November
21, 2008 as authorized by Resolution No. 111083 to provide engineering services
for the design of Mt. Kennedy Drive Drainage Improvements as amended by
Amendment No. 1 (Resolution No. 112290), Amendment No. 2 (Resolution No.
117098), Amendment No. 3, (Resolution No. 119534), and Amendment No. 4
(Resolution No. 123189); and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional service
provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of all subcontractors
involved in each contract; and
WHEREAS, Professional Engineering and Environmental Consultants, Inc.
wishes to add Exceptional Inspections, LLC to their list of subcontractors
to provide construction inspection services throughout the remainder of
construction of this project; and
WHEREAS, the engineering agreement will expire on November 21, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the time required to complete the construction of the project will
extend beyond the current contract time of the Engineering Agreement, and
therefore, the Department of Drainage requests that the Engineering Agreement
be extended one year to November 21, 2016.
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 which establishes a new termination date of November 21, 2016 and
adds Exceptional Inspections, LLC to the list of subcontractors authorized to
provide professional services for Mt. Kennedy Drive Drainage Improvements in
association with the engineering agreement with Professional Engineering and
Environmental Consultants, Inc.
SECTION 2. That the maximum fee that can be charged for all work remains
unchanged at $395,480.00 and will continue to be funded from Account No.
44530-4007-7451(45311.310), Contract No. 55-9888.
SECTION 3. 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
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125567
A resolution ratifying a two (2) year agreement with Marrero, Couvillon
& Associates, LLC for providing miscellaneous mechanical and electrical
engineering services on an as-needed basis for projects located throughout the
Parish for a total not-to-exceed annual fee of $500,000.00, with this cost not to
be exceeded by a factor of more than ten (10) percent without an amendment to
the contract authorized by resolution of the council. (Parish-Wide)
WHEREAS, on June 24, 2015 by virtue of Resolution No. 125133, the Jefferson
Parish Council selected the firm of Marrero, Couvillon & Associates, LLC to
provide miscellaneous mechanical and electrical engineering services on an asneeded basis for projects located throughout the Parish; and
WHEREAS, the maximum cumulative fee that can be charged for all work on
this contract shall not exceed $500,000.00 annually; and
WHEREAS, all services shall be provided on an as-needed basis and there shall
be no guarantee as to the amount of work given on a yearly basis; and
WHEREAS, issuance of a notice-to-proceed under this agreement shall be
contingent upon the availability of funds for each individual project; and
WHEREAS, Marrero, Couvillon & Associates, LLC is authorized to provide
these services with support from BFM Corporation, LLC and Professional
Service Industries, Inc.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of

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Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the terms of the two (2)
year agreement with Marrero, Couvillon & Associates, LLC for providing
miscellaneous mechanical and electrical engineering services on an as-needed
basis for projects located throughout the Parish for a total not-to-exceed annual
fee of $500,000.00.
SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 resolution.
SECTION 3. That the fees paid under this agreement shall be charged to account
number 7331 of the user department.
SECTION 4. That all services shall be provided on an as-needed basis and there
shall be no guarantee as to the amount of work given on an annual basis.
SECTION 5. That issuance of a notice-to-proceed under this agreement shall be
contingent upon the availability of funds for each individual project.
SECTION 6. 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 resolution of the council.
SECTION 7. That the term for this contract shall commence upon the later date
of September 1, 2015 or the date of execution by all parties.
SECTION 8. That Marrero, Couvillon & Associates, LLC is authorized
to provide these services with support from BFM Corporation, LLC and
Professional Service Industries, 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 26th day of August,
2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125568
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson, the 24th Judicial District Court for the State of
Louisiana, Richard W. Richoux, M.D., and Rafael F. Salcedo, Ph.D., to provide
for court ordered forensic evaluations for an additional year as provided for in
Contract Number 55-13883, at a cost not to exceed one hundred sixty thousand
dollars ($160,000.00) annually and a revised contract cap of four hundred eighty
thousand ($480,000.00). (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Pursuant to Resolution No. 121495 adopted the 28th day of August
2013, Richard W. Richoux, M.D. and Rafael F. Salcedo, Ph.D. were selected
to provide forensic evaluations for the 24th Judicial District Courts and the
Jefferson Parish Courts; and
WHEREAS, Pursuant to Resolution No. 121633 adopted the 18th day of
September 2013, the Jefferson Parish Council ratified the agreement between the
Parish of Jefferson, the 24th Judicial District Court for the State of Louisiana,
Richard W. Richoux, M.D. and Rafael F. Salcedo, Ph.D., to provide forensic
evaluations for 24th Judicial District Courts and Jefferson Parish Courts at a cost
not to exceed one hundred sixty thousand ($160,000.00) annually; and
WHEREAS, this agreement allows for an extension with the consent of all
parties and Council approval; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Parish to extend this agreement for
an additional year.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish that:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. 55-13883 between the
Parish of Jefferson, the 24th Judicial District Court for the State of Louisiana,
Richard W. Richoux, M.D., and Rafael F. Salcedo, Ph.D. to provide forensic
evaluations for the 24th Judicial District Court and the Jefferson Parish Courts,
for an additional year through September 30, 2016, annual costs not exceed one
hundred sixty thousand dollars ($160,000) for a revised contract cap of four
hundred eighty thousand dollars ($480,000) is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs are to be charged to Account No. 10010-0029-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents required 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 this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125569
A resolution ratifying the attached contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
Hailey, McNamara, Hall, Larmann, and Papale, LLP to provide legal services
in the matter of Metairie Club Gardens Association, Inc. v. The Parish of
Jefferson and The Board of Zoning Adjustments, 24th JDC, No. 751-597, Div.
“G.” (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124267 adopted on January 28, 2015,
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 August 3, 2015 to
discuss the selection of counsel for Metairie Club Gardens Association, Inc. vs.
The Parish of Jefferson and The Board of Zoning Adjustments, 24th JDC, No.
751-597, Div. “G”; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee selected Hailey,
McNamara, Hall, Larmann, and Papale, LLP to perform the legal services.
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 Hailey, McNamara, Hall, Larmann, and Papale, LLP,
to provide legal services in the matter of Metairie Club Gardens Association,
Inc. v. The Parish of Jefferson and The Board of Zoning Adjustments, 24th JDC,
No. 751-597, Div. “G”; and
SECTION 2. The term of this agreement shall commence upon date of selection
of firm, August 3, 2015.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 10010-0105-7321.
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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125570
A resolution ratifying an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and the
Archer Company, L.L.C. to provide comprehensive wage and salary surveys for
the Pay Plan for the Classified Service of Jefferson Parish, the Jefferson Parish
Executive Pay Plan, and the Jefferson Parish Judicial Pay Plan at an amount not
to exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00). (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125173 dated June 24, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Parish Clerk to re-advertise for the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from individuals interested in
conducting comprehensive wage and salary surveys for the Pay Plan for the
Classified Service of Jefferson Parish, the Jefferson Parish Executive Pay Plan,
and the Jefferson Parish Judicial Pay Plan, and provide for related matters; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125357 dated August 12, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council selected the Archer Company, L.L.C. to provide
comprehensive wage and salary surveys for the Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, the Jefferson Parish Executive Pay Plan, and the
Jefferson Parish Judicial Pay Plan.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Professional Services Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and the Archer Company, L.L.C. to provide comprehensive wage and
salary surveys for the Pay Plan for the Classified Service of Jefferson Parish,
the Jefferson Parish Executive Pay Plan, and the Jefferson Parish Judicial Pay
Plan at an amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Accounts No. 10010-0080-7331.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on the date of
full execution.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

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On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125571
A resolution ratifying an Agreement with Guy E. Plaisance to provide livestock
keeping services to the Animal Shelter Department under RFP No.0335 for a
period of two (2) years for an amount not to exceed $68,000.00. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No.124663, adopted on the 25th day of
March, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Purchasing Department
to advertise for Request for Proposals to provide livestock keeping services to
the Animal Shelter Department under RFP No.0335; and
WHEREAS, due to the specialized maintenance, health care and nutritional
requirements of the livestock being cared for through these services, Jefferson
Parish desires to use the RFP process rather than the bid process to select a
highly qualified firm with the knowledge, expertise and experience required to
provide these services; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125356, adopted August 12, 2015, the
Jefferson Parish Council selected Guy E. Plaisance to provide livestock keeping
services to the Animal Shelter Department.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Agreement with Guy E. Plaisance to provide livestock
keeping services to the Animal Shelter Department under RFP No.0335 for a
period of two (2) years for an amount not to exceed $68,000.00 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21710-2200-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125572
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with Meyer Engineers, Ltd. (ENGINEER) dated January 6, 2012,
for engineering services related to the design and construction of Sewer Lift
Station D-4-3 (Lynnette & Shirley), to establish a new contract termination date
of January 6, 2017, with the contract amount to remain at $133,000.00; Sewerage
Capital Improvement Program Project No. D3559 (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated January 6, 2012, between
Jefferson Parish and the ENGINEER, as authorized by Resolution No. 118044
dated December 7, 2011, and as amended by Amendment No. 1 as authorized by
Resolution No. 123856 dated November 5, 2014, for the design and construction
of Sewer Lift Station D-4-3 (Lynnette & Shirley); and
WHEREAS, the project is currently under construction; and
WHEREAS, the current engineering contract will expire January 6, 2016; and
WHEREAS, a new contract termination date of January 6, 2017, needs to be
established so that the engineers can complete all remaining professional
services associated with this project.
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, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Meyer Engineers, Ltd. dated
January 6, 2012, for engineering services related to the design and construction
of Sewer Lift Station D-4-3 (Lynnette & Shirley), to establish a new contract
termination date of January 6, 2017, Sewerage Capital Improvement Program
Project No. D3559
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with the project will continue to be
charged to Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Account No. 44180-40917451 (41803.102), Contract No. 55-12383.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated January 6, 2012, and Amendment No. 1, except as specifically modified by
this Amendment No. 2, shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On the motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125573
A resolution ratifying the execution of Amendment No. 1 to the Sub-award
Agreement between Jefferson Parish and the University of New Orleans Research
and Technology Foundation under the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration
Act of 2000 to rehabilitate lift station F6-11 (Houma & West Napoleon) which
replaces the original work plan to change the scope and location of the project
and to incorporate revisions which have been approved by the EPA, with no
change in the federal funding of $80,000.00 and a Parish matching amount of
$4,000; Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project No. D5592 (Council
District 5).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 122265 dated January 15, 2014,
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 Foundation Act of 2000 to rehabilitate Lift
Station F6-11 (Houma & West Napoleon) SCIP D5592; and
WHEREAS, the revised work plan changes the scope of work and location by
alleviating overflows at F6-11 (Houma & West Napoleon) lift station and redirecting the flow to F6-13 (Cleary & West Napoleon) lift station and into the
Regional Force Main; and
WHEREAS, this change in scope and location also results in the project title to
be “Modifications to Lift Station F6-13 (Cleary & West Napoleon) Effluent; and
WHEREAS, there is no change in the federal funding or Parish match for the
project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 to change the scope and location and title
of the work plan for the Sub-award Agreement with the University of New
Orleans Research and Technology Foundation under the Lake Pontchartrain
Basin Restoration Act of 2000 to alleviate overflows at F6-11 (Houma &
West Napoleon) lift station and redirecting the flow to F6-13 (Cleary & West
Napoleon) lift station and into the Regional Force Main for Sewerage Capital
Improvement Program Project No. D5592 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there will be no change in the federal funding or the Parish
match and that all other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain
unchanged and in full force and effect.
SECTION 3. That federal and local funds will continue to be budgeted to
Account No. 44940-4023-7451 (49410.006).
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125574
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with All South Consulting Engineers, LLC (Engineer)
dated November 17, 2011, for engineering services related to the design and
construction of improvements to Sewer Lift Station P-12-7 (Bellemeade &
Ginette), to provide an additional not to exceed amount of $22,000.00 to
complete resident inspection services on the project, which increases the total
value of the contract by $22,000.00 from $89,990.00 to $111,990.00; Sewerage
Capital Improvement Program Project No. D3558 (Council District 1).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated November 17, 2011,
between Jefferson Parish and Engineer, as authorized by Resolution No. 117819
dated October 26, 2011, and as amended by Amendment No. 1 as authorized
by Resolution No. 123562 dated September 17, 2014, and Amendment No. 2 as
authorized by Resolution No. 125203 dated June 24, 2015, for the design and
construction of Sewer Lift Station P-12-7 (Bellemeade & Ginette); and
WHEREAS, the project is currently under construction and has encountered
multiple unforeseen obstructions at the job site leading to delay in construction
completion; and
WHEREAS, the anticipated level of resident inspection services exceeded the
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WHEREAS, it is therefore necessary to increase the contract amount by
$22,000.00 in order to provide these services; and
WHEREAS, the total cost of the contract will therefore increase by $22,000.00
from $89,990.00 to $111,990.00.
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 Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 3, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with All South Consulting
Engineers, LLC dated November 17, 2011, and as previously amended by
Amendment No. 1 and Amendment No. 2 for engineering services related
to the design and construction of improvements to Sewer Lift Station P-127 (Bellemeade & Ginette), to provide an additional not to exceed amount of
$22,000.00 to complete resident inspection services on the project, Sewerage
Capital Improvement Program Project No. D3558.
SECTION 2. That the total contract value shall increase by $22,000.00 from
$89,990.00 to $111,990.00.
SECTION 3. That the costs associated with the additional resident inspection
services are to be charged to Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Account
No. 44940-4023-7451 (49429.006), Contract No. 55-12268.
SECTION 4. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated November 17, 2011, and Amendment 1 and Amendment No. 2 dated,
except as specifically modified by this Amendment 3, shall remain in full force
and effect.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, 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 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125575
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 12 to the Engineering Agreement
between Jefferson Parish and CDM Smith, Inc. (formerly Camp, Dresser
and McKee, Inc.) dated January 6, 2005, to establish a new termination date
of January 6, 2017 and to establish a lump sum supplemental services fee of
$12,600.00 to provide design for an access bridge to allow maintenance of the
dolphin warning light for the Harahan Pump to the River Project (PTRP), Public
Works Project No. 2001-046-DR (SELA). This resolution increases the contract
amount by $12,600.00 from $7,041,557.40 to $7,054,157.40. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, an Engineering Agreement exists between the Parish of Jefferson
and CDM Smith, Inc. (formally Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc.) dated
January 6, 2005 as amended by Amendment No. 1 dated December 22, 2005,
Amendment No. 2 dated January 3, 2008, Amendment No. 3 dated October 22,
2008, Amendment No. 4 dated June 8, 2009, Amendment No. 5 dated December
16, 2010, Amendment 6 dated February 15, 2011, Amendment No. 7 dated
May 9, 2011, Amendment No. 8 dated November 30, 2011, Amendment No.
9 dated September 13, 2012, Amendment No. 10 dated October 18, 2013, and
Amendment No. 11 dated November 4, 2014 to provide engineering services for
the Harahan Pump to the River Project (PTRP); and
WHEREAS, the PTRP has been divided into five phases; and
WHEREAS, all phases of the PTRP project have been awarded and are being
constructed via contracts which are being administered by the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers (Corps); and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish via this Engineering Agreement is providing
support to the Corps during construction; and
WHEREAS, the Director of Capital Projects has negotiated a lump sum
supplemental services fee of $12,600.00 to provide design for an access bridge
to allow maintenance of the dolphin warning light; and
WHEREAS, the additional fee will apply as a portion of our required local
match; and
WHEREAS, the Engineering Agreement will expire on January 6, 2016; and
WHEREAS, additional time will be required for the Engineer to complete these
services.
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. 12, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with CDM Smith,
Inc. (formally Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc.), dated January 6, 2005 to
establish a new termination date of January 6, 2017 and to establish a lump sum
supplemental services fee of $12,600.00 to provide design for an access bridge
to allow maintenance of the dolphin warning light. This resolution increases
the contract amount by $ 12,600.00 from $7,041,557.40 to $7,054,157.40 for the
Harahan Pump to the River Project (PTRP), Public Works Project No. 2001046-DR (SELA). Contract No. 55-7348.
SECTION 2. That the additional fees of $12,600.00 be charged to Account No.
45270-4090-7451 (52727.001), Contract No. 55-7348 thereby increasing the
value of the contract from $7,041,557.40 to $7,054,157.40. .
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated January 6, 2005, and Amendments Nos. 1 through 11 except as specifically
modified by this Amendment No. 12, shall remain in full force and effect.
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
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125576
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 to the Engineering Services Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and N-Y Associates, Inc., dated September 18,
2014, to provide Professional Services for installing gravity overflow at the
Transcontinental and Vineland lift station, thereby increasing the total contract
fee by $9,000.00 from $49,084.40 to $58,084.40 (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson, hereinafter
called the “OWNER”, and N-Y Associates, Inc., hereinafter called the
“ENGINEER”, dated September 18, 2014 as authorized by Resolution No.
123408 dated August 27, 2014 for Professional Services for SCIP Project No.
D5719 for installing gravity overflow at the Transcontinental and Vineland lift
station; and
WHEREAS, additional scope changes were made to this project during design
phase; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects negotiated a lump sum fee of
$9,000.00 for the additional scope of work; and
WHEREAS, the contract amount will therefore increase from $49,084.40 to
$58,084.40.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1, to the Engineering Services Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and N-Y Associates, Inc., dated September
18, 2014 to provide Professional Services for installing gravity overflow at the
Transcontinental and Vineland lift stations, hereby increasing the total contract
fee by $9,000.00 thereby increasing the contract amount from $49,084.40 to
$58,084.40, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all charges associated with this project will be funded from
Account No. 44940-4023-7451 (49429.011), Contract Number: 55-14575.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement,
dated September 18, 2014, except as specifically modified by this Amendment
No. 1, shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125577
A resolution authorizing Amendment No. 2 to Contract Number 55-13750
dated October 10, 2012 between Jefferson Parish and New Hope Community
Development Corporation. The contract is for the redevelopment and disposition
of five (5) Properties transferred to Jefferson Parish by the Louisiana Land Trust.
Amendment No. 2 will extend the schedule of the contract to September 3, 2016,
or until all properties are sold, whichever occurs first; acceptance of title within
60 days of said amendment; construction commencing within 90 days of said
amendment; and no change in the amount of HOME funding provided. (Council

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District 3)
WHEREAS, Contract Number 55-13750 was amended with Amendment No. 1
Resolution No. 123589 dated September 17, 2014; and
WHEREAS, project planning, redevelopment and disposition have taken longer
than expected; and
WHEREAS, New Hope Community Development Corporation has requested
that additional time be granted under the contract for redevelopment and to sell
the properties as part of a First-Time Homebuyer Program; and
WHEREAS, New Hope Community Development Corporation was designated
a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) by the Jefferson
Parish Council on May 9, 2012 (Resolution 118940); and
WHEREAS, the Department of Community Development recommends that the
extension of time be granted.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That New Hope Community Development Corporation was
designated a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) by the
Jefferson Parish Council on May 9, 2012 (Resolution 118940).
SECTION 2: That Amendment No. 2 to Contract Number 55-13750 with New
Hope Community Development Corporation to extend the contract expiration
date to September 3, 2016 or until all properties are sold, whichever occurs first;
acceptance of title within 60 days of said amendment; construction commencing
within 90 days of said amendment, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 3. That there is no change in the amount of HOME Funding provided
and all of the other terms and conditions of the contract will remain the same
except as designated herein.
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
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125578
A resolution authorizing the payment of an invoice from Messina’s catering in
the amount of $10,000.00 for catering services provided at a Senior Luncheon
held at the Alario Center on May 5, 2015. (Council District 3)
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as
governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby authorizes the payment an invoice from
Messina’s catering in the amount of $10,000.0 for catering services provided at
a Senior Luncheon held at the Alario Center on May 6, 2015, a copy of which
invoice is attached hereto and made a part hereof.
SECTION 2. That the Finance Department is hereby authorized to pay said
invoice from Account No. 22040-2773-7235.7. .
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125579
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to advertise for Requests
For Proposals
to provide charter bus service for team travel for Jefferson Parish athletic teams
on an as-needed basis for a period of two years with an option of one additional
year. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, each year, the Jefferson Parish Recreation Department arranges
travel accommodations to athletic team(s) that have earned the right to participate
in tournaments within predetermined distances outside of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, included in these accommodations is the rental of a charter bus,
and its driver, for each tournament in which JPRD teams participate in for the
period of that tournament; and
WHEREAS, buses are needed for travel to other parishes within Louisiana,
states bordering Louisiana, and/or other states within the continental United
States; and
WHEREAS, locations and dates of the tournaments in which Jefferson Parish
participates will not be known until 2-10 days prior to each tournament; and
WHEREAS, requests for proposals are not mandated by law and technical
requirements inherent in services dictate that price is not the sole criterion; and
WHEREAS, that contracting with pre-selected, approved, charter bus firms,
identified through the RFP process, would help ensure that Jefferson Parish
is obtaining safe, reliable service while following Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances.
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 Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to advertise
for Requests for Proposals to provide charter bus service for team travel for
Jefferson Parish athletic teams on an as-needed basis for a period of two years
with an option of one additional year.
SECTION 2. That the cost of the above services shall not exceed one hundred
and ten thousand dollars ($110,000.00) per year without prior Council approval,
and shall be charged to 21830-2532-7562.4.
SECTION 3. That the selection of said firms shall be based on criteria set forth
in Section 2-895 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, the RFP No. ____
and the attached Public Notice.
SECTION 4. That the RFP Evaluation Committee shall be comprised of a
representative of the following departments: Department of Parks and Recreation;
the Research and Budget Office of the Council; Purchasing Department; and
Finance Department, who shall evaluate the Requests for Proposals, and an
attorney from the Office of the Parish Attorney, who shall be a non-evaluating
member and secretary of the Committee and shall report to the Parish Council
its findings for selection of firm(s) as required by Parish Ordinances.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice Chairwoman
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125580
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Greater New Orleans, Inc., to extend the
term of the Agreement to December 31, 2015 and to add economic development
services throughout 2014 and 2015 at a cost not to exceed One Hundred Eighty
Thousand Dollars ($180,000.00) (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 122961, adopted on June 11, 2014,
the Parish of Jefferson and Greater New Orleans, Inc. (GNO) entered into a
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement, dated October 13, 2014, to provide economic
development services to the Parish of Jefferson throughout 2012 and 2013; and
WHEREAS, the parties wish to amend this Agreement to extend the Agreement
to December 31, 2015 for economic development services in the years 2014 and
2015 for a cost not to exceed $180,000.00; 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, Jefferson Parish is authorized by Section 1.01(2) of the Jefferson
Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to prepare, enact and enforce
comprehensive plans for the development of the Parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is for the overall economic
development of Jefferson Parish through regional marketing, business
development, public policy initiatives, workforce development and non-profit
organization support provided by Greater New Orleans, Inc.; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
increased economic and business growth for the residents of Jefferson Parish,
which is at least equivalent to the $180,000.00 provided for in this Amendment;
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.
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 to the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Greater New Orleans, Inc. to extend the

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term of the Agreement to December 31, 2015 and to add economic development
services received throughout years 2014 and 2015 at a cost not to exceed One
Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($180,000.00) is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this Agreement shall be taken from
Account No. 22520-3552-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125581
A resolution ratifying the execution of Amendment No. 1 and 2 to the Subaward Agreement between Jefferson Parish and the University of New Orleans
Research and Technology Foundation for Jefferson Parish Sanitary Sewer
Outreach Program which replaces the original workplan to change the scope of
the project and to extend the termination date of the contract. These revisions
have been approved by the EPA, with no change in the federal funding of
$76,000.00 and the Parish match of $10,000.00; Sewerage Capital Improvement
Program Project No. D6906 (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124785 dated April 15, 2015 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 for the Jefferson Parish
Sanitary Sewer Outreach Program, SCIP D6906; and
WHEREAS, the revised workplan in Amendment No. 1 changes the scope
of work to include an additional task of creating an educational video to be
produced and mass distributed, which will utilize funds in a more efficient and
effective manner; and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 2 extends the expiration date to August 31, 2016;
and
WHEREAS, there is no change in the federal funding or Parish match for the
project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No.1 to change the scope of the workplan, for
the Sub-award Agreement with the University of New Orleans Research and
Technology Foundation under the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Act
of 2000 to revise the workplan to include an additional task of creating an
educational video to be produced and mass distributed is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That Amendment No. 2 to extend the expiration date to August
31, 2016, which has already been approved by the EPA for the Sewer Capital
Improvement Program Project No. D6906 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 3. That there will be no change in the federal funding or Parish
match and that all other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain
unchanged and in full force and effect.
SECTION 4. That federal and local funds will continue to be budgeted to
account number 44940-4023-7451 (49410.007).
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125582
A resolution authorizing Jefferson Parish to apply for and accept the current
year’s allocation of funds from the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) / Workforce
Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) through the Louisiana Workforce
Commission (LWC). (PARISHWIDE)
WHEREAS, the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) / Workforce Innovation and
Opportunity Act (WIOA) is the federal legislation provided to local areas to
conduct workforce development activities for eligible citizens as described in
the Act, and;
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Workforce Commission administers and distributes
the WIA / WIOA funds in Louisiana and determines the specific allocation for
each area based on the prescribed formulas, and;
WHEREAS, the WIA / WIOA program for Jefferson Parish will be administered
through the Jefferson Parish Department of Workforce Connection, and
WHEREAS, Each Local Workforce Investment Area is required to submit a
WIA / WIOA local plan to incorporate the allocation for the current year, and;
WHEREAS, The Parish President is recognized by the Louisiana Workforce
Commission as the official required to sign all documents related to the
Workforce Investment Act program on behalf of Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Jefferson Parish is hereby authorized to accept the current
year’s allocation of funds from the Workforce Investment Act / Workforce
Innovation and Opportunity Act program through the Louisiana Workforce
Commission.
SECTION 2. That the amount of funds allocated to Jefferson Parish for the
period of July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 is $60,506 of WIA / WIOA Adult funds;
$132,388 of WIA / WIOA Dislocated Worker funds; $703,829 of WIA / WIOA
Youth funds, and the amount allocated for the period of October 1, 2015 to June
30, 2016 is $663,471 of WIA / WIOA Adult funds and $591.836 of WIA / WIOA
Dislocated Worker funds.
SECTION 3. That the Accounting Department is authorized to establish the
appropriate accounts to budget for these funds.
SECTION 4. That the Jefferson Parish President is authorized to sign all
necessary documents in reference to the required modification to the WIA /
WIOA plan for acceptance of the WIA / WIOA allocation.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125583
A resolution authorizing the approval of the proposed amendments to the FY
2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014 Action Plans for the Jefferson HOME Consortium
and approving these amendments for projects utilizing and HOME Partnership
funds (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, in order to expend these funds Jefferson Parish must include a
formal process for amendments to include a 30 day public comment period; and
WHEREAS, there is a need to change the budgets to add projects that are better
suited to the requirements of the community; and
WHEREAS, a public notice was printed in The Advocate, on August 10th and
13th 2015 inviting residents to submit comments on these amendments and
announcing a public meeting that will be held on September 8, 2015.
WHEREAS, these amendments shall authorize the following changes:
Amendment to FY 2010 Action Plan (HOME Budget)
Revise the Following Project:
Replacement Housing; Current Budget $150,000; Proposed Budget $0 (Decrease
of $150,000)
Amendment to FY 2012 Action Plan (HOME Budget)
Revise the Following Project:
Replacement Housing; Current Budget $101,008; Proposed Budget $0 (Decrease
of $101,008)
Amendment to FY 2013 Action Plan (HOME Budget)
Revise the Following Project:
Replacement Housing; Current Budget $301,294; Proposed Budget $0 (Decrease
of $301,294)
Add to the following FY 2010 Project:
Lafitte SHIP. A Specialized Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) for the
Lafitte area to replace or rehabilitate housing damaged as a result of
Hurricane Isaac.
Current Budget $1,140,123- Proposed Budget: $1,692,425, (Increase of $552,302)
Summary of Changes for the CDBG FY 2014 and FY 2015 Action Plans
Amendment to FY 2014 Action Plan (CDBG Budget)
REVISE the following Project:
Streets Marrero; Current Budget: $500,000: Proposed Budget $300,000
(Decrease of $200,000)
Amendment to FY 2012 Action Plan (CDBG Budget)
ADD to the following FY 2012 Project: Public Facility:
Riverside Senior Center - Partial Funding necessary for a senior center.

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Current Budget $131,667 Proposed Budget: $281,667, (Increase of $150,000).
Amendment to FY 2014 Action Plan (CDBG Budget)
ADD the following FY 2014 Project: Public Facility
Jefferson Community Health Center Expansion - Match Funding necessary for
the expansion of the Jefferson Community Health Center. Current Budget $0
Proposed Budget: $50,000 Budget (Increase, $50,000).
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 above changes are approved and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Director of the Community Development Department
is hereby authorized to submit said amendment documentation to the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125584
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice
from Merial, Inc. for the Purchase of Immiticide at a total cost of $2,125.00.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, The Animal Shelter purchased Immiticide, a heartworm treatment
medication for the shelter animals from Merial, Inc. for a total cost of $2,125.00
in the month of June, 2015.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #5012332 in the total amount of $2,125.00 from Merial, Inc., for the
Purchase of Immiticide for the Department of Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7236.2.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125585
A resolution authorizing the ratification of an Affiliation Agreement between
Louisiana State University Health Science Center (LSUHSC) and Jefferson
Parish for the purposes of enabling medical professionals and medical students
educational and community service opportunities while benefitting the children
of Jefferson Community Action Programs (JeffCAP) Head Start (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, the LSUHSC will provide its medical staff with the intellectual
stimulation that comes from the support of and the participation in a vigorous
program of graduate and/or undergraduate medical and/or clinical education, or
community service, and the affiliation contemplated by this Agreement should
improve and enhance the care of the sick; and
WHEREAS, in like manner, LSUHSC recognizes the unique opportunities for
medical and/or clinical education, or community service , in JeffCAP Head
Start’s facilities, which will permit opportunities for enhancement of the quality
of the educational experience enjoyed by LSUHSC; and
WHEREAS, the parties hereto enter into this Agreement to establish a
mechanism by which LSUHSC Students, Residents and Fellows and/or Faculty,
as employees of, and under the direction, control, and supervision of LSUHSC
shall perform medical and/or clinical services at JeffCAP Head Start for
purposes of graduate and/or undergraduate medical and/or clinical education, or
community service, and by which Students, Residents, and fellows of LSUHSC
may receive medical and/or clinical education and training; and
WHEREAS, as applicable, graduate and/or undergraduate medical and/or
clinical education, or community service, at JeffCAP Head Start will be directed
by LSUHSC under regulations and guidelines established by LSUHSC, and
LSUHSC shall be responsible for the general overall supervision of any Faculty,
Fellow, Resident, and/or Student educational activities at JeffCAP Head Start;
and
WHEREAS, as applicable, LSUHSC Faculty, Fellows, Residents and/or Students
shall be assigned to JeffCAP Head Start by the LSUHSC department heads; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish and Jefferson Community Action Programs
desires to whenever possible provide complimentary services to the students of
the JeffCAP Head Start program to ensure an improved quality of life.
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 the affiliation
agreement between LSUHSC and Jefferson Parish for the purposes of enabling
medical professionals and students educational and community service
opportunities while benefitting the children of JeffCAP Head Start.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
is authorized to execute a affiliation agreement between JeffCAP Head Start and
any and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this agreement
The forgoing 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125586
A resolution authorizing the Department of Community Development Programs
to apply for FY-15 Emergency Solutions Grant funds from the Louisiana
Housing Corporation (LHC).(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there is a need for assistance to homeless families in Jefferson
Parish; and
WHEREAS, the State of Louisiana awards these funds only to local units of
government on a competitive nature; and
WHEREAS, if funded, Jefferson Parish reserves the right to negotiate and revise
any and all grant amounts awarded and project components with all applicants to
ensure judicious use of these program funds.
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 Department of Community Development Programs
is authorized to apply for an Emergency Solutions Grant from the Louisiana
Housing Corporation (LHC) and the Parish President is authorized to sign
and file all forms, certifications, and documentation in accordance with the
Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations.
SECTION 2. In compliance with State and Federal regulations Jefferson Parish
is authorized to advertise for “Request For Proposals” (RFP) for the FY-15 State
ESG funds in an amount not to exceed $168,354.00 which is the maximum
allowable funding for Region X. That the funds herein described be allocated
to various non-profit organizations meeting the criteria, under a sub-recipient
agreements subject to ratification by the Parish Council.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125587
A resolution adopting three questionnaires to use when requesting Statements
of Qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing services for (1)
outside legal work; (2) architecture, engineering, or survey projects; and (3) all
other professional services in Jefferson Parish. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the current questionnaire is more applicable to engineering and
architectural projects; and
WHEREAS, three new questionnaires have been designed to better reflect the
requirements for professional services that are specifically advertised; and
WHEREAS, the Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC) Questionnaire shall
be used for professional services related to architecture, engineering, or survey
projects; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Questionnaire shall be use for outside legal
services; and
WHEREAS, the General Professional Services Questionnaire shall be used
for all professional services except outside legal services and architecture,
engineering, or survey projects; and
WHEREAS, the Project advertisement will identify the type of questionnaire to
be used for the advertised services.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the attached Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC)

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Questionnaire to be used for architecture, engineering, or survey projects is
hereby adopted.
SECTION 2. That the attached Legal Services Questionnaire to be used for
outside legal work is hereby adopted.
SECTION 3. That the attached General Professional Services Questionnaire
to be used for all professional services except for outside legal services and
architecture, engineering, or survey projects is hereby adopted.
SECTION 4. That the Project advertisement shall identify the type of
questionnaire to be used for the advertised services.
SECTION 5. That the Council Clerk shall use the applicable questionnaire
as required in the Project advertisement when requesting Statements of
Qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing services for (1)
outside legal work; (2) architecture, engineering, or survey projects; and (3) all
other professional services in Jefferson 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125588
A resolution authorizing the ratification of Host Agency Agreements between
the Jefferson Council on Aging (JCOA) and Jefferson Parish for the purposes of
utilizing Jefferson Community Action Programs (JeffCAP) Community Centers
to house JCOA seniors enrolled in JCOA employment programs for the purpose
of increased quality of life and community service (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, JCOA wishes to comply with the requirements of the Senior
Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) program operated under
Title V of the Older Americans Act; and
WHEREAS, JCOA commissions a senior citizens employment program to
increase the quality of life offered to seniors in Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish agrees to provide a safe and healthful work site
for each participant, to provide adequate orientation and training necessary
to perform assigned duties in accordance with a written community service
assignment description, to provide additional training as opportunities occur,
and, to the extent possible, treat each participant as a regular member of
Jefferson Parish staff.; and
WHEREAS, JeffCAP has previously partnered with JCOA to assist in providing
the employment services as a host agency; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish communities benefit from the partnership between
JeffCAP and JCOA because of the increased focus on community service; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish and JCOA desires to continue working together
to increase the quality of life for the seniors and the services to the community
through the JeffCAP community centers.
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 the host
agency agreements between Jefferson Parish and JCOA at the following eight
(8) community centers within the department of JeffCAP: 1) J.C. Simmons/
Avondale Community Center, 2) Harvey Community Center, 3) Gretna
Community Center, 4) Marrero Community Center, 5) Bridge City Community
Center, 6) Woodmere Community Center, 7) Hazel Rhea Hurst Community
Center, and the 8) Dorothy Watson Community Center, to house JCOA seniors
enrolled in JCOA employment programs in the aforementioned centers for the
purpose of increased quality of life and community service
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
is authorized to execute the host agency agreements and any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to said agreements.
The forgoing 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng , seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125589
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an Invoice from
Rachel Clement for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total cost
of $1,557.40. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Rahel Clement, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized
to pay Invoice #1 in the amount of $1,557.40, to Rachel Clement , DVM, for
Veterinarian Services at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125590
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an Invoice from
Diana Tran for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total cost of
$479.20. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Diana Tran, DVM, performed veterinary services for the Animal
Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #1 in the amount of $479.20, to Diana Tran, DVM, for Veterinarian
Services at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125591
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay invoices from
Melisse Conway for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total cost
of $4,402.65 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Melisse Conway, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #06/26/2015 in the amount of $1,437.60, Invoice #07/22/2015 in the
amount of $1527.45, and Invoice #07/24/2015 in the amount of $1,437.60, for a
total amount of $4,402.65 to Melisse Conway, DVM, for Veterinarian Services
at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125592
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Celeste Gilbert for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total cost
of $1,916.80 (Parishwide)

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WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Celeste Gilbert, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #103 in the amount of $1,916.80, to Celeste Gilbert, DVM, for
Veterinarian Services at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125593
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Genevieve Wisdom for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total
cost of $4,252.90 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Genevieve Wisdom, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #2 in the amount of $1,347.75, Invoice #3 in the amount of $748.75,
Invoice #4 in the amount of $718.80 and Invoice #5 in the amount of $1,437.60
for a amount total of $4,252.90 to Genevieve Wisdom, DVM, for Veterinarian
Services at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125594
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Allison L. Beckman for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total
cost of $3,498.78 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Allison L. Beckman, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter.
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 Department of Finance be and is hereby authorized to
pay Invoice #3 in the amount of $3,498.78 to Allison L. Beckman, DVM, for
Veterinarian Services at Animal Shelter.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Account No. 217102200-7331.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125595
A resolution rejecting the proposals received pursuant to Resolution No. 125056
and authorizing the Council Clerk to re-advertise for statements of qualifications
from persons or firms interested in providing legal services to the Jefferson
Parish Retirement System Board of Trustees. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is in need of a person or firm to provide legal
services in the field of public retirement law; 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 a qualified and
experienced law firm which may be engaged to represent the Jefferson Parish
Retirement System Board of Trustees as general counsel, under the direction of
the Parish Attorney; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124758, the Parish Clerk advertised for
the submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested
in providing legal services to the Jefferson Parish Retirement System Board of
Trustees; and
WHEREAS, the evaluation committee met on June 1, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the only proposal submitted was not considered and disqualified
for failing to fully complete the Professional Services Questionnaire, required
by Section 2-928 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified for the results by letter dated
June 3, 2015; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125056 adopted on the 10th day of
June, 2015, the Parish Clerk re-advertised for the submittal of Statement of
Qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing legal services to the
Jefferson Parish Retirement System Board of Trustees; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on the 3rd day of August 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated August 3, 2015;
WHEREAS, two firms who submitted were disqualified for failing to fully
complete the Professional Services Questionnaire, required by Section 2-928 of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances; and
WHEREAS, the third firm was not evaluated as it was the only responsive
submittal; and
WHEREAS, as a result of ongoing issues with the questionnaire and technical
violations of Section 2-928 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, the Legal
Services Evaluation Committee recommended that this SOQ be re-advertised
under the updated ordinance and questionnaire effective August 26, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the proposals received pursuant to Resolution No. 125056,
adopted on the 10th day of June, 2015, are hereby rejected.
SECTION 2. That the Council Clerk is hereby authorized to re-advertise for
statements of qualifications from persons or firms interested in providing legal
services to the Jefferson Parish Retirement System Board of Trustees.
SECTION 3. 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 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 firm’s current unfinished
workload. (Maximum points awarded shall be (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 than 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
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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 4. 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 5. The evaluation committee shall consist of the members of the
Legal Services Evaluation Committee.
SECTION 6. That the “Legal Professional Services Questionnaire” adopted on
August 26, 2015 be submitted by the person or firm interested in providing legal
services in the field of public retirement 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125596
A resolution ratifying two Intergovernmental Agreements with The Town of
Jean Lafitte and the Lafitte Area Independent Levee District to use the Parish
of Jefferson’s preplaced emergency contracts in the event of an Emergency.
(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 organization, corporation or individuals;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a constitutionally and statutorily-created
local political body of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional and statutory
authority to contract, including entering into cooperative endeavor agreements
and intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, The Town of Jean Lafitte is a constitutionally and statutorilycreated political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional
and statutory authority to contract, including entering into intergovernmental
agreements;
WHEREAS, Lafitte Area Independent Levee District is a constitutionally
and statutorily-created political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with
the constitutional and statutory authority to contract, including entering into
intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, The Town of Jean Lafitte and Lafitte Area
Independent Levee District are authorized to enter into these Intergovernmental
Agreements 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 the purchase of materials, supplies
and equipment for use in the maintenance of governmental services authorized
under this part or under any other general or special law;
WHEREAS, an Emergency, as defined by La. R.S. 29:723, is:
“(a) The actual or threatened condition which has been or may be created by a
disaster; or
(b) (i) Any natural or man-made event which results in an interruption in the
delivery of utility services to any consumer of such services and which affects
the safety, health, or welfare of a Louisiana resident; or
(b) (ii) Any instance in which a utility’s property is damaged and such damage
creates a dangerous condition to the public.
(b) (iii) Any national or state emergency, including acts of terrorism or a
congressional authorization or presidential declaration pursuant to the War
Powers Resolution (50 U.S.C. 1541 et seq.).”
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide an efficient and
expedited response during an emergency for the safety and benefit of the people
of Jefferson Parish and the rapid recovery of Jefferson Parish, through preplaced
contracts in the event of an emergency;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
enhanced safety and protection for its citizens in an emergency and the rapid
recovery of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson wishes to enter into Intergovernmental
Agreements with The Town of Jean Lafitte and Lafitte Area Independent Levee
District to provide The Town of Jean Lafitte and Lafitte Area Independent Levee
District with access to the Parish of Jefferson’s preplaced emergency contracts
during an emergency;
WHEREAS, The Town of Jean Lafitte and Lafitte Area Independent Levee
District will directly use and pay for the use of the Parish of Jefferson’s preplaced
contracts or reimburse the Parish of Jefferson for all costs associated with use of
the Parish of Jefferson’s preplaced contracts during an Emergency;
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of the Parish of Jefferson will benefit from the efforts
of these agencies working together.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council acting
in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Intergovernmental Agreements with The Town of
Jean Lafitte and Lafitte Area Independent Levee District to use the Parish of
Jefferson’s preplaced emergency contracts in the event of an Emergency be and
are hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there are no direct costs associated with these Agreements.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and 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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125597
A resolution ratifying the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Baywood Neighborhood Association to provide for funding
for the purchase and installation of decorative banners around the Baywood
neighborhood at a cost not to exceed $5,265.00 (Council District 1)
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, the PARISH is authorized by Section 1.01(13) and Section 1.01(15)
of the Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to enhance the
quality of life for the people of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code
of Ordinances, Sec. 32-91, is described as promoting tourism in the PARISH,
providing information regarding significant public events, and promoting civic
pride and knowledge about Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit
of decorative banners around the Baywood neighborhood which is at least
equivalent to the $5,265.00 in consideration provided for 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.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Baywood Neighborhood Association to provide for funding
for the purchase and installation of decorative banners around the Baywood
neighborhood at a cost not to exceed $5,265.00 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this agreement shall be taken from
account No. 22040-2771-7680.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his 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
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On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125598
A resolution ratifying an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and the City of Westwego Police Department to assist them in
providing payment for three (3) License Plate Recognition System Cameras to
use for intelligence gathering and information sharing between law enforcement
agencies for suspicious activity recognition and reaction. (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;
WHEREAS, the Parish and the 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, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter, Section 1.01(5),
has the authority 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 public purpose of the project is to provide intelligence gathering
and information sharing between law enforcement agencies for suspicious
activity recognition and reaction benefitting the residents of Jefferson Parish;
and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the
benefit of a safer Parish through a better equipped police force at least equivalent
to the $39,159.00; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has been designated as the recipient of numerous
grants from the Governor’s 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 City has agreed to use the three (3) License Plate Recognition
System Cameras in the use identified and approved by the Louisiana Governor’s
Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement
with the City to provide payment in the amount not to exceed $39,159.00 for the
purchase of three (3) License Plate Recognition System Cameras to allow the
City to gather intelligence and share information with other law enforcement
agencies for suspicious activity recognition and reaction.
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 City of Westwego Police Department for three (3) License Plate
Recognition System Cameras for a cost not to exceed $39,159.00, is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 2. That the City of Westwego Police Department will maintain
and insure the three (3) License Plate Recognition System Cameras costing
$39,159.00 in accordance with established Parish policies.
SECTION 3. That the Parish of Jefferson acknowledges and understands that
each party shall be responsible for its own acts and the City of Westwego Police
Department is self-insured to a maximum limit of $1,000,000.00 and agrees that
such insurance and indemnification is acceptable for all purposes under this
Agreement.
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7513 (14320.004).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant.
SECTION 6. That the term of this contract shall commence upon the date of
execution of the Agreement.
SECTION 7. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
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
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

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RESOLUTION NO. 125600
A resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council to ratify
a Hold Harmless Agreement for a period of two (2) years in favor of John Curtis
Christian School, Kehoe France School, Metairie Park Country Day School,
Ridgewood Preparatory School, Inc., and St. Martin’s Episcopal School, their
agents, employees, and assigns against any and all claims, suits, demands,
liabilities, and damages, whether compensatory or punitive, resulting from or
arising in connection with or incidental to the athletic programs conducted by
Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation on the premises and/or facilities. (Council
Districts 2 and 5)
WHEREAS, the Department of Parks and Recreation sports teams have the
necessity to practice and periodically play games at facilities owned by John
Curtis Christian School, Kehoe France School, Metairie Park Country Day
School, Ridgewood Preparatory School, Inc., and St. Martin’s Episcopal School;
and
WHEREAS, the Department of Parks and Recreation programs are large enough
to warrant the use of facilities off parish property; and
WHEREAS, John Curtis Christian School, Kehoe France School, Metairie Park
Country Day School, Ridgewood Preparatory School, Inc., and St. Martin’s
Episcopal School require execution of a Hold Harmless Agreement prior to use
of their various facilities.
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 Hold Harmless Agreements in favor of John Curtis
Christian School, Kehoe France School, Metairie Park Country Day School,
Ridgewood Preparatory School, Inc., and St. Martin’s Episcopal School their
agents, employees, and assigns against any and all claims, suits, demands,
liabilities, and damages, whether compensatory or punitive, resulting from or
arising in connection with or incidental to the athletic programs conducted by
Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation on the premises and/or facilities, be and
are hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Agreements shall be in effect from January 1, 2016
through December 31, 2017.
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 26th day of August, 2015. 

On motion of Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125599
A resolution ratifying the Hold Harmless Agreements for a period of two (2)
years in favor of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans
to include
Archbishop Rummel High School
1901 Severn Avenue, Metairie 70001
St. Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church
400 Codifer Boulevard, Metairie 70005
St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church
4317 Richland Avenue, Metairie 70002
St. Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church
4901 W. Metairie Avenue, Metairie 70001
St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church
215 Betz Place, Metairie 70005
St. Mary Magdalen Roman Catholic Church
6421 W. Metairie Avenue, Metairie 70003
St. Matthew the Apostle Roman Catholic Church
10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge 70123
St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church
6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie 70003
Christ the King Elementary School
 2106 Deerfield Rd, Terrytown, LA 70056
but not limited to these facilities their agents, employees, and assigns against any
and all claims, suits, demands, liabilities, and damages, whether compensatory
or punitive, resulting from or arising in connection with or incidental to the
athletic programs conducted by Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation on the
premises and/or facilities. (Council Districts 2, 3, 4, and 5)
WHEREAS, the Department of Parks and Recreation sports teams have the
necessity to practice and periodically play games at facilities owned by the
the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans to include
Archbishop Rummel High School, St. Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic
Church, St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church, St. Francis Xavier Roman
Catholic Church, St. Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church, St. Mary
Magdalen Roman Catholic Church, St. Matthew the Apostle Roman Catholic
Church, Christ the King Elementary School, and St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic
Church but not limited to these facilities; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Parks and Recreation programs are large enough
to warrant the use of facilities off parish property; and
WHEREAS, the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans
to include, but not limited to, 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, Christ the King Elementary School, and
St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church requires execution of a Hold Harmless
Agreement prior to use of their various facilities.
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 Hold Harmless Agreements in favor of the Roman
Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans to include 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, Christ the
King Elementary School, and St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church but not
limited to these facilities their agents, employees, and assigns against any and
all claims, suits, demands, liabilities, and damages, whether compensatory or
punitive, resulting from or arising in connection with or incidental to the athletic
programs conducted by Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation on the premises
and/or facilities, be and are hereby ratified.
SECTION 2: That the Agreements shall be in effect from January 1, 2016
through December 31, 2017.
SECTION 3: 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
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 26th day of August, 2015. 

ORDINANCES INTRODUCED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUMMARY
AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONSIDERATION ON THEIR FINAL
ADOPTION ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2015, BEGINNING AT
TEN (10:00) O’CLOCK A.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, JOSEPH S.
YENNI BUILDING, 1221 ELMWOOD PARK BOULEVARD, JEFFERSON,
LA.
On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, 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, September
23, 2015, beginning at ten (10:00) o’clock 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 Clerk’s Office, Suite 6700, General Government Building, Gretna,
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 26th day of August, 2015.
SUMMARIES OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED THIS DAY ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
SUMMARY NO. 24330 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-89-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 13 and 14, Square A, Sparrow
Lane Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into Lot 13-A, Square A, Sparrow
Lane Subdivision, in accordance with plan by Sam Z. Scandaliato, L.S., dated
October 14, 2014, which lots are owned by Hui Kim and Cory D. Hebert, and
approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24331 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-72-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 1-N-1B, Elmwood Industrial
Park Subdivision and Lots 1-A, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11A, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18A, 18B, 19A, 20AA, 21-A1, 22A, 22B, 23, 27, 30 and 31, Square A, Mounes Division, Elmwood
Industrial Park Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into Lots 1-A-1, 3A,
6A, 9A, 10A, 11A1, 12A, 13A, 16A, 17A, 18A1, 18B1, 19A1, 20A-A1, 21-A11,
22A1, 22B1, 23A, 27A, 30A, and 31A, Square A, Mounes Division, Elmwood
Industrial Park Subdivision, in accordance with plan by Richard B. Edwards,
L.S., dated April 29, 2015, which lots are owned by Rudy & Anthony LLC, 5960
Mounes, LLC., Joseph F. Flanery and Angela Levon Flanery, Lynda Brister,
Henry W. Johnston, Marietta Escanelles, and Andrew W. Johnston, A. Brand
Properties of Harahan, LLC, C & M Property Investments, LLC, Sterling’s
Truck and Trailer Repair, Inc., The Frederick and Dorothy Corales Insurance
Trust, C.E.J., LLC, Kathy Foster McMahon and Stephen A. McMahon, Southern
Magnolia Properties, LLC, Jeffery T. McGuire, ODJ Properties, LLC, E & F
Land, LLC, Office 617, LLC, Michael L. Carey, Linda Lafon Dowling and
Lionel Dowling, Maria Michele Triche and Richard H. Bretz, Jr., and Rizzo Real
Estate, LLC, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision.
(Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24332 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, more particularly amending the zoning classification of Lot 47,
Square 111-B, Section C, Bridgedale Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
bounded by Clearview Parkway, Windsor Street, Green Avenue, and Shaw
Street, from GO-2 General Offices/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
to C-1 Neighborhood Commercial/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone.
(Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24333 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Chapter 33 Unified Development Code and Chapter 40
Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, with the intent of moving
zoning district regulations of the OBM-1 and OBM-2 Old Bucktown Mixed-Use
Districts in Chapter 40 to Chapter 33; amending the lists of permitted uses, in
particular offices and retail or service establishments, in the OBM-1 and OBM-2
districts; clarifying development standards; and providing for related matters.
(Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24334 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 19878, adopted on November 20, 1996,
amended by Ordinance No. 24568, adopted on August 28, 2013, establishing an
Economic Development District for an area along Ames Boulevard in Marrero,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, to expand said district to include the properties
south of Lapalco Boulevard at its intersection with Ames Boulevard, and to
provide for other related matters. (Council District 3)
SUMMARY NO. 24335 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, to create the new job classification of Permit Analyst
within the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement.
SUMMARY NO. 24336 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, to revise the pay grade assignment for the class of
Assistant Director-Environment & Development Control.
SUMMARY NO. 24337 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, to revise the pay grade assignment for the class of
Payroll Officer.
SUMMARY NO. 24338 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, to revise the pay grade assignments for the classes of
Head Start Education Coordinator and Head Start Social Services Coordinator.
SUMMARY NO. 24339 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to create the Department of Public Safety Grants and
Administration and the position of Director of Public Safety Grants and
Administration, and to amend Ordinance No. 13709, The Executive Pay Plan
for employees of Jefferson Parish, to incorporate a new class of work entitled
Director of Public Safety Grants and Administration, and providing for related
matters. (Parishwide)
It was moved by Mr. Spears and seconded by Mr. Roberts to adjourn, and no
objections being voiced, the meeting was declared to be officially adjourned by
the Chairman at 2:24 P.M.
APPROVED:
CHRISTOPHER L. ROBERTS, CHAIRMAN EULA A. LOPEZ, PARISH
CLERK
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL 

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

COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENT
BETWEEN

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THE PARISH OF JEFFERSON
AND
GRETNA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
This Agreement is made and entered into on this ___ day of
_________________, 2015, by and between the Parish of Jefferson by and
through the
Parish Council, hereinafter called the PARISH, represented by Christopher
L. Roberts, Council Chairman, duly authorized to act pursuant to Resolution
No.___________, adopted on August 26, 2015, and Gretna Economic
Development Association, a 501(C)3 not-for-profit corporation, Federal ID No.
72-1231534, hereinafter called ORGANIZATION, represented by Anthony
Buckley, III, its President; 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 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 to cooperate with the ORGANIZATION in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is authorized by Article, 1, Section 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 provide cultural
enrichment and entertainment activities and economic development through a
three-day Heritage Festival; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving a benefit or
value described in detail that is at least equivalent to the consideration 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;
NOW, THEREFORE, the PARISH and ORGANIZATION hereby agree as
follows:
SECTION 1- SERVICES
The ORGANIZATION will conduct a three-day Heritage Festival in October,
2014, featuring live music performances by national and local headliners at
various music stages throughout the staging grounds; food court services
provided by local vendors; arts and crafts from national and local exhibitors;
and rides and amusements.
SECTION 2- PAYMENT
In consideration of the services described above, the PARISH hereby agrees to
pay the ORGANIZATION a maximum fee of Two Hundred and Ten Thousand
Dollars ($210,000.00). Payment will be made on a reimbursement basis in the
following manner, which is in accordance with Code of Ordinance, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, § 2-925.1:
The ORGANIZATION shall submit an invoice for services performed to
the PARISH within ten (10) days following the end of each calendar month,
including a detailed list of services performed and an itemized account of time
spent during that calendar month for each such service. The PARISH shall remit
payment for such services within thirty (30) days following receipt of such
detailed list of services and acceptance of the work product.
SECTION 3 – TERM OF AGREEMENT
The term for this Agreement shall commence on the date first above written and
shall continue in effect until December 31, 2015 unless sooner terminated as
provided in Paragraphs 5 and 6.
SECTION 4 – TERMINATION FOR CAUSE
The PARISH may terminate this Agreement for cause based upon the failure
of ORGANIZATION to comply with the terms and/or conditions of the
Agreement; provided that the PARISH shall give ORGANIZATION written
notice specifying ORGANIZATION’s failure. If within thirty (30) days after
receipt of such notice, ORGANIZATION shall not have either corrected such
failure or, in the case which cannot be corrected in thirty (30) days, begun in
good faith to correct said failure and thereafter proceeded diligently to complete
such correction, then the PARISH may, at its option, place ORGANIZATION in
default and the Agreement shall terminate on the date specified in such notice.
The PARISH may exercise any rights available to it under Louisiana law to
terminate for cause upon the failure of the ORGANIZATION to comply with
the terms and conditions of this Agreement; provided that the PARISH shall give
the ORGANIZATION written notice specifying the ORGANIZATION’s failure
and a reasonable opportunity for the ORGANIZATION to cure the defect.
SECTION 5 - TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
The PARISH may terminate the Agreement at any time by giving thirty (30) days
written notice to ORGANIZATION. Upon receipt of notice, ORGANIZATION
shall, unless the notice directs otherwise, immediately discontinue the work and
placing of orders for materials, facilities, services and supplies in connection
with the performance of this Agreement. The ORGANIZATION shall be
entitled to payment for deliverables in progress to the extent work has been
performed satisfactorily.
SECTION 6 – FORCE MAJEURE
Neither party to this Agreement shall be responsible to the other party hereto for
any delays or failure to perform caused by any circumstances reasonably beyond
the immediate control of the party prevented from performing, including, but
not limited to, acts of God.
SECTION 7 – INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
ORGANIZATION hereby agrees and accepts that it shall be acting as an
independent contractor in providing services under this Agreement. It is
understood and agreed by the parties that ORGANIZATION is entering into
this Agreement in the capacity of an independent contractor and that nothing
contained in this Agreement is intended to be construed as creating any other
relationship between PARISH and ORGANIZATION.
The parties hereto acknowledge and agree that PARISH shall not:
a. withhold federal or state income taxes;
b. withhold federal social security tax (FICA);
c. pay federal or state unemployment taxes for the account of ORGANIZATION;
or
d. pay workman’s compensation insurance premiums for coverage for
ORGANIZATION.
e. ORGANIZATION agrees to be responsible for and to pay all applicable
federal income taxes, federal social security tax (or self-employment tax in lieu
thereof) and any other applicable federal or state unemployment taxes.
ORGANIZATION agrees to indemnify and hold PARISH harmless from any
and all federal and/or state income tax liability, including taxes, interest and
penalties, resulting from PARISH’s treatment of ORGANIZATION as an
independent contractor. ORGANIZATION further agrees to reimburse PARISH
for any and all costs it incurs, including, but not limited to, accounting fees and
legal fees, in defending itself against any such liability.
SECTION 8 – INDEMNIFICATION
The PARISH, its agents and employees shall not be liable for any loss, damage,
injuries, or other casualty of whatsoever kind or by whomsoever caused,
to the person or property of anyone (including ORGANIZATION), arising
out of or resulting from ORGANIZATION’S providing services under this
Agreement, whether apparent or hidden, or from the installation, existence,
use, maintenance, condition, repair, alteration, removal, or replacement of any
equipment used in the provision of said services, its agents or employees, and the
ORGANIZATION hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the PARISH, its agent
and employees, harmless from and against all claims, demands, liabilities, suits
or actions (including all reasonable expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred by or
imposed on the PARISH in connection therewith) for any such loss, damage,
injury or other casualty.
ORGANIZATION also agrees to pay all reasonable expenses and attorneys’ fees
incurred by the PARISH in connection with the provisions of this SECTION.
SECTION 11 – INSURANCE
ORGANIZATION shall secure and maintain at its expense such insurance that
will protect it, and the PARISH, from claims under the Workmen’s Compensation
Acts and from claims for bodily injury, death or property damage which may
arise from the performance of services under this Agreement. All certificates
of insurance shall be furnished to the PARISH and shall provide that insurance
shall not be cancelled without thirty (30) days prior notice of cancellation given
to the PARISH, in writing, on all of the required coverage provided to PARISH.
All notices will name ORGANIZATION, and identify the Council Resolution
approving the terms of the contract. The PARISH may examine the policies at
any time and without notice.
A. ALL POLICIES AND CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE OF THE
ORGANIZATION SHALL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING CLAUSES:
1. ORGANIZATION insurers will have no right of recovery or subrogation
against the PARISH, it being the intention of the parties that the insurance policy
so affected shall protect both parties and be the primary coverage for any and all
losses covered by the below described insurance.
2. The PARISH shall be named as additional insured as regards to general
liability with respect to negligence by ORGANIZATION.
3. The insurance company(ies) issuing the policy or policies shall have no
recourse against the Parish of Jefferson for payment of any premiums or for
assessments under any form of policy.

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4. Any and all deductibles in the below described insurance policies shall be
assumed by and be at the sole risk of ORGANIZATION.
5. ORGANIZATION shall include all subcontractors as additional insureds
under its policies or shall furnish specific certificates of insurance for each
subcontractor. All coverage for subcontractors shall be subject to all the
requirements stated herein for the ORGANIZATION.
B. Prior to the execution of this Agreement ORGANIZATION, shall provide
at its own expense, proof of the following insurance coverage required by the
contract to the PARISH by insurance companies authorized to do business in
the State of Louisiana. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with an A.M. Best
Rating of no less than A:VI.
1. In the event ORGANIZATION hires workers within the State of Louisiana
it shall obtain Worker’s Compensation Insurance. As required by State Statute
exception; employer’s liability, Section B, shall be at least $1,000,000 per
occurrence when work is to be over water and involves maritime exposures,
otherwise this limit shall be no less than $500,000 per occurrence.
2. Commercial General Liability Insurance with a Combined Single Limit of
at least $1,000,000.00 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage.
This insurance coverage shall include coverage for bodily injury and property
damage.
3. In the event ORGANIZATION owns or leases automobiles it shall obtain
Comprehensive Automobile Liability insurance with a Combined Single Limit
of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage.
4. No insurance required herein shall include a deductible greater than
$10,000.00. The cost of the deductible shall be borne by the ORGANIZATION.
5. Umbrella Liability coverage or excess liability coverage may be used to meet
the minimum requirements.
All policies of insurance shall meet the requirements of the PARISH prior to
the commencing of any work. The PARISH has the right but not the duty to
approve all insurance policies prior to commencing of any work. If at any time
any of the said policies shall be or becomes unsatisfactory to the PARISH as to
form or substance; or if a company issuing any such policy shall be or become
unsatisfactory to the PARISH, ORGANIZATION shall promptly obtain a new
policy, submit the same to the PARISH for approval and submit a certificate
thereof as provided above.
Upon failure of ORGANIZATION to furnish, to deliver and maintain such
insurance as above described, this contract, at the election of the PARISH,
may be forthwith declared suspended, discontinued or terminated. Failure of
ORGANIZATION to take out and/or to maintain insurance shall not relieve
ORGANIZATION from any liability under the contract, nor shall the insurance
requirements be construed to conflict with the obligation of ORGANIZATION
concerning indemnification.
SECTION 12 - REPORTS
ORGANIZATION shall furnish narrative reports to the Jefferson Parish Internal
Auditor on the amounts and reasons for all expenditures of funds allocated under
this Agreement. Agreements for amounts that are less than $100,000 require
annual narrative reporting and such reports shall be furnished by the end of the
calendar year in which the Agreement is executed. Agreements for amounts of
$100,000 or greater require quarterly narrative reporting. Narrative reports for
Agreements of less than 1 year in duration must be furnished within 30 days of
the event taking place.
SECTION 13 – COST AND COLLECTION RECORDS
The PARISH shall be entitled to audit the books, documents, papers and records
of ORGANIZATION and any subcontractors which are reasonably related to
this Agreement.
ORGANIZATION and its subcontractors shall maintain all books, documents,
papers, accounting records and other evidence pertaining to funds collected and
shall make such materials available at their respective offices at all reasonable
times during the Agreement period and for three years from date of final payment
under this Agreement, for inspection by the PARISH, and copies thereof shall be
furnished if requested.
SECTION 14 - NOTICE
All notices and correspondence required to be sent shall be by U.S. Certified
Mail – Return Receipt Requested, or via nationally recognized overnight courier
service addressed as follows:
PARISH: Christopher L. Roberts
Council Chairman
Jefferson Parish Council
200 Derbigny Street, Suite 6200
Gretna, La. 70053
Phone No.: (504) 364-2626
ORGANIZATION: Anthony Buckley, III
President
Gretna Economic Development Assn.
711 Second Street
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
SECTION 15– ASSIGNMENT
This Agreement shall be binding upon the successors and assigns for the parties
hereto. This Agreement shall not be assigned or subcontracted in whole or in
part by ORGANIZATION as to the services to be performed hereunder without
the written consent of the PARISH.
SECTION 16 — LEGAL COMPLIANCE
The PARISH and the ORGANIZATION shall comply with all federal, state,
and local laws and regulations, including, specifically, the Louisiana Code of
Governmental Ethics (R.S. 42:1101, et seq.) in carrying out the provisions of this
Agreement and Legislative Auditor’s authority to audit (R.S. 24:513) in order
to monitor and evaluate the use of the funds to ensure effective achievement of
project goals and object.
SECTION 17 — EMPLOYMENT OF PARISH PERSONNEL
ORGANIZATION certifies that it has not employed and will not employ any
person to engage in the performance of this Agreement who is, presently, or at
the time of such employment, an employee of the Parish of Jefferson.
SECTION 18 – COVENANT AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES
The ORGANIZATION warrants that it has not employed or retained any
entity or person, other than a bona fide employee working solely for the
ORGANIZATION, to solicit or secure this Agreement, and that it has not paid
or agreed to pay any entity or person, other than a bona fide employee working
solely for the ORGANIZATION any fee, commission, percentage, brokerage
fee, gift, or any other consideration, contingent upon or resulting from the
award or making of this Agreement. For breach or violation of this warranty,
the PARISH shall have the right to annul this Agreement without liability or,
in PARISH’s discretion, to deduct from the contract price or consideration,
or otherwise recover the full amount of such fee, commission, percentage,
brokerage fee, gift, or contingent fee.
SECTION 19 – DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE
The ORGANIZATION agrees to abide by the requirements of the following as
applicable: Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by
the Equal Opportunity Act of 1972, Federal Executive Order 11246, the Federal
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Vietnam Era Veteran’s Readjustment
Assistance Act of 1974, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the
Age Act of 1975, and Contracting Party agrees to abide by the requirements
of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. ORGANIZATION agrees not
to discriminate in its employment practices, and will render services under
this contract without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,
national origin, veteran status, political affiliation, or disabilities. Any act of
discrimination committed by ORGANIZATION, or failure to comply with these
statutory obligations when applicable shall be grounds for termination of this
Agreement.
SECTION 20 – ANNUAL APPROPRIATION
In the event funds are not budgeted or appropriated in any fiscal year for
payments due under this Agreement for the then current or succeeding fiscal
year, this Agreement shall impose no obligation on the PARISH as to such
current or succeeding fiscal year, and said Agreement shall become null and
void, and no right of action shall accrue to the benefit of the ORGANIZATION,
its successors or assigns for any further payments.
SECTION 21 — JURISDICTION
This Agreement shall be deemed to be a contract made under the laws of the
State of Louisiana, and for all purposes shall be interpreted in its entirety in
accordance with the laws of said State. The ORGANIZATION hereby agrees
and consents to the jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Louisiana over its
person. The parties hereto agree that the sole and exclusive venue for any suit or
proceeding brought pursuant to this contract shall be the 24th Judicial District
Court for the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana.
SECTION 22 – SEVERABILITY
If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid by a Court of competent
jurisdiction, such provision will be deemed amended in a manner which renders
it valid, or if it, cannot be so amended it will be deemed to be deleted. Such
amendment or deletion will not affect the validity of any other provisions of this
Agreement.
SECTION 23 — GENERAL
It shall be the duty of every PARISH officer, employee, department, agency,
special district, board, and commission; and the duty of every contractor,
subcontractor, and licensee of the PARISH, and the duty of every applicant
for certification of eligibility for a PARISH contract or program, to cooperate
with the inspector general in any investigation, audit, inspection, performance
review, or hearing pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section

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2-155.10(19). Every PARISH contract and every bid, proposal, application or
solicitation for a PARISH contract, and every application for certification of
eligibility for a PARISH contract or program shall contain a statement that the
corporation, partnership, or person understands and will abide by all provisions
of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 2-155.10(19).
SECTION 24 — ENTIRE AGREEMENT
This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the PARISH and
ORGANIZATION, and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or
Agreements, either written or oral. This Agreement may be amended only by
written instrument signed by both PARISH, through its Council Chairman and
ORGANIZATION by its authorized representative.
This Agreement is executed in 4 originals on the day, month, and year first above
written.
WITNESSES: PARISH OF JEFFERSON
BY:
Christopher L. Roberts
Council Chairman
WITNESSES: GRETNA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
BY:
Anthony Buckley, III
President   

BIDS

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50- 00114350
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
September 29, 2015 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:
JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA
REHABILITATE EXISTING TRICKLING
FILTERS AT MARRERO WWTP PH 2
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO. D2131A
This project will be “Sales Tax Free” 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 Hartman Engineering, Inc.,
527 Esplanade Ave., Suite 300, Kenner Louisiana 70065, Phone # 504-4665667, FAX 504-466-6166 by licensed contractors upon receipt of $150.00 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, September 17,
2015 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: September 2, 9, and 16, 2015
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, September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114193 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR A SUPPLY
OF REPLACEMENT FIRE HYDRANT INSERTS ON AN AS-NEEDED
BASIS FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS, EAST BANK – ENGINEERING 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 cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015 

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,
September 17, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114291 – ONE (1) YEAR CONTRACT FOR A SUPPLY
OF HEAVY WALL PVC (SDR-26) SEWER PIPE FOR THE JEFFERSON
PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, SEWERAGE 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 cashier’s 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: September 2 and 9, 2015 

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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, September 22,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114216 – FURNISH ALL LABOR, MATERIALS,
AND EQUIPMENT TO REPLACE MUFFLERS ON GENERATORS AT
THE EAST BANK WATER TREATMENT PLANT FOR THE JEFFERSON
PARISH DEPARTMENT OF WATER
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 cashier’s 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: August 26, September 2 and 9, 2015 

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, September 29,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114175 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR STREET
LIGHTING MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS FOR EAST AND WEST
BANK OF JEFFERSON PARISH AND THE TOWN OF JEAN LAFITTE AS
WELL AS OTHER ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS ON A
PARISH WIDE BASIS
A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday,
September 10, 2015 in the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, located at
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 cashier’s 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: August 26, September 2 and 9, 2015 

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
TOWN OF GRAND ISLE
PARISH OF JEFFERSON
STATE OF LOUISIANA
Sealed bids will be received until Tuesday, September 29 at 10:00 a.m.
when they will be publicly opened at GEC Inc., Baton Rouge Office,
8282 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70806. If mailed, please
address submittals to GEC, Inc., Attn: Mr. Jonathan Puls, Engineer.
The bids will be to furnish all labor, materials, equipment, etc., and
performing all work necessary for construction of:
NINETY WEST PARK
Any person requiring special accommodations shall notify the
Engineer at the address listed above of the types of accommodation
required not less than five (5) days before the date that responses
are due. Further information is available from Mr. Puls, (225)
612-4249.
Description of Work:
The Project calls for the Bid to cover the construction and installation
of a vegetated filtration swale and forebay pond, pump, parking, site
grading, walkways, outdoor classroom, and landscaping. The Project
is located immediately west of the intersection of Ludwig Lane and
Medical Avenue. If a Contract for the Work is to be awarded, it will be
awarded to the lowest responsible Bidder. Determination of the lowest
Bidder shall be on the basis of the lowest total bid price, subject to the
Owner’s and the Engineers’ evaluation of the corresponding Bid Form
and Bid Form Attachments in accordance with all applicable bidding
requirements and the provisions of Louisiana Public Contracts Law.
The work is to commence within 10 days after the notice-to-proceed
is issued. The contract time is 150 calendar days. Each bid must
be accompanied by a certified check, cashier’s check or bid bond
acceptable to the Owner in the amount equal to at least five percent
(5%) of the total Bid and payable without condition to the Owner as
a guarantee that the bidder, if awarded the contract, will promptly
execute a contract in accordance with his proposal and all terms and
conditions of the Contract Documents.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection with
Mr. Jonathan Puls, Engineer, GEC, Inc., 8282 Goodwood Blvd., Baton
Rouge, LA 70806, (225) 612-4249. Licensed contractors may obtain a
complete set of Bid Documents by calling the Engineer at (225) 612-4249,
upon payment of $25.00 for each set of documents. The Bid Documents
will also be available for download by contacting Mr. Puls at (225) 612-4249
or emailing him at jpuls@gecinc.com where directions for download will be
provided.
The Town of Grand Isle reserves the right to reject any and all bids,
waive formalities, and to make awards as the Council might elect.
Ray Santiny, Town Clerk
David Camardelle, Mayor
Town of Grand Isle 

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, September 22,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114154 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR THE
SUPPLY OF HERBICIDE, LABOR AND EQUIPMENT TO CONTROL
WEED AND UNDESIRED VEGITATION ON DRAINAGE CANALS,
DITCHES AND SERVITUDES ON THE EAST AND WEST BANKS OF
JEFFERSON PARISH FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS, DRAINAGE
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 cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN

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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: August 26, September 2 and 9, 2015 

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 September 22,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114289 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR WORK
UNIFORMS FOR VARIOUS JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENTS ON
AN AS NEEDED BASIS FOR JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS 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 cashier’s 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: September 2, and 9, 2015 

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, September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114194 – ONE (1) YEAR CONTRACT FOR A SUPPLY
OF GATE AND BUTTERFLY VALVES FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS – ALL WATER DISTRICTS 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 cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015 

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, September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114192 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR A SUPPLY
OF COMPLETE FIRE HYDRANTS AND PARTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF PUBLIC WORKS, WATER EAST BANK AND WEST BANK
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 cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015 

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, September 22,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114315– TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR RENTAL
OF AND CLEANING SERVICE TO PORTABLE TOILETS (REGULAR
AND HANDICAPPED) FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PARKS AND RECREATION.
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 cashier’s 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

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ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: September 2, 9 and 16, 2015 

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,
September 10, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114227 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR VARIOUS
CHEMICALS FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS – WATER
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 cashier’s 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: August 26 and September 2, 2015 

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 September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114226 – PURCHASE OF RUBBER FLAPPER CHECK
VALVES FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS, WATER – EAST BANK WATER TREATMENT PLANTS.
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 cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015 

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, September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114195 – TWO YEAR CONTRACT FOR THE
SUPPLY OF WATER, OIL, AND GAS VALVES FOR JEFFERSON PARISH
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING
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://www.jeffparishbids.net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS.
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: NEW ORLEANS ADVOCATE: August 26, 2015 and September 02, 2015. 

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, September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114191 – TWO YEAR CONTRACT FOR FENCE
INSTALLATION FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING
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 cashier’s 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: August 19 and 26, 2015 and September 02,
2015 

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 September 15,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00113789 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT TO PRINT
PROGRESSIVE JEFFERSON BROCHURE ISSUES WITH AN OPTION
TO EXTEND ONE (1) YEAR FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH PUBLIC
INFORMATION OFFICE.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053

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(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015   

HEARINGS
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
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:
9:00 AM, Thursday, September 17, 2015
General Government Bldg.
2nd Floor, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Property: Lot(s) 8, Sq 7 FLORAL ACRES
17 DAFFODIL LN in WAGGAMAN
Owner 1: ALLEN M MATTHEWS
17 DAFFODIL LN.
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 2: ALLEN M MATTHEWS
405 W. GLADE RD.
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034
Owner 4: HIBERNIA NATIONAL BANK
313 CARONDELET ST
N O, LA 70130
Owner 5: CAPITAL ONE N.A.
PO BOX 152403
STE 1400
IRVING, TX 750162403
Owner 6: Care of THOMAS LUTKEWITTE
515 POYDRAS ST, STE 1400
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70161
Owner 7: TERRY WALLACE
170 DUNN RD
HUNTINGDON, TN 38344
Owner 8: DONNA DURRETT WALLACE
170 DUNN RD
HUNTINGDON, TN 38344
Property: Lot(s) 87, Sq 17 LIVE OAK MANOR (WEST BANK)
13 DOLORES DR in WAGGAMAN
Owner 6: BANK OF AMERICA, N. A.
150 N COLLEGE ST. NC1‑028‑17‑06
CHARLOTTE, NC 28255
Owner 7: Care of CHARLES K. WATTS
8550 UNITED PLAZA STE. 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 8: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 9: BANK OF AMERICA, N. A.
13 DOLORES DR.
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 10: Care of DANIEL A. REED
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD.
SUITE 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 11: BANK OF AMERICA
100 N TYRON ST
STE 170
CHARLOTTE, NC 28202
Property: Lot(s) 10, Sq 3 HOMEDALE
2121/2123 OAK ST in HARVEY
Owner 1: DOMINICI GLOBAL, LLC
419 S. SALCEDO ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 2: Through its agent for service of process BENNY COUNCIL
419 S. SALCEDO ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 3: GREGORY ROBERTSON
2123 OAK ST.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 4: GREGORY ROBERTSON
3103 MARGINY ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70122
Owner 6: DOMINICI GLOBAL, LLC
2121/2123 OAK ST.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Property: Lot(s) 5 & 6, Sq 62 HARVEY CANAL
2033 ESTALOTE AVE in HARVEY
Owner 1: HERMAN LANGUAGE
2033 ESTALOTE AVE
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: DEOTHA JOSEPH LANGUAGE
2033 ESTALOTE AVE
HARVEY, LA 70058
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 72‑hour 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) 364‑3560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run September 02, 2015, and September 09, 2015
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS will hold its
regularly scheduled Public Hearing on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
in the West Bank Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the General Government
Building, 200 Derbigny St., Gretna, Louisiana.
Variances to be decided upon are listed below by Case Number, Appellant’s
Name, Job Site, Variance Requested, and Zoning Classification.
E-4937
LESTER J. SIRE, 3704 Rue Chardonnay, Metairie, to permit aluminum
patio cover that covers more than 40% of the required rear yard and creating
insufficient rear & side lot line in the rear yard and side yard, insufficient sky
clearance. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4938
Todd R. Gennardo of Denechaud & Denechaud, LLC for ARCHDIOCESE OF
NEW ORLEANS, 1916 N. Arnoult Rd., Metairie to appeal the decision of the
Director of Code Enforcement to change the use of an existing single-family
residence to a counseling center which has been determined to not be a permitted

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use in an R-1A District. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4939
Adam Gremillion for RITA H. GREMILLION, 4521 Chalfant Dr., Metairie, to
permit addition of living space in the required rear yard access. R-1A SingleFamily Residential District.
E-4940
James Miller/Jeremiah Johnson of Ready Power for LINDA ROBLEDO, 24 San
Mateo Ave., Jefferson, to permit generator in the required side yard setback.
R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
W-2091
JOE LATINO, 2665 Saturn St., Harvey, to permit 8’ 2” fence exceeding the
maximum 8’ height. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
W-2092
STEPHEN FOSTER, 1249 Marshall Dr., Marrero, to permit 5’ high fence in the
required front yard creating insufficient front yard setback. R-1A Single-Family
Residential District.
W-2093
Richard Fremin for BART FREMIN, 742 Avenue A, Marrero, to permit
lightweight aluminum carport that covers more than 40% of the required rear
yard and creating insufficient rear property line setback and sky clearance. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
W-2094
CRYSTAL & DEREK MILLET, 2741 Ascension Ct., Marrero, to permit 2-story
garage with theater above exceeding the maximum 13’ height requirement. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
NOTE: Cases to be heard at the Next regularly scheduled Public Hearing on
Monday, September 21, 2015 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday, August 31,
2015 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
(504) 736-6086, ADA@jeffparish.net
This ad is to run in The New Orleans Advocate the Official Journal of Jefferson
Parish on August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015.
BILL TO: BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS 

The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owner, agents, mortgagees
and/or other interested parties of the following properties that it will conduct
administrative hearings pursuant to R.S. 13:2575 and Jefferson Parish
Ordinance No. 23373, thereby seeking to have the specific violation(s) of
Jefferson Parish Ordinance(s) at the following locations addressed, as conditions may warrant, and further to seek fines and hearing costs. If the
owner fails to perform remedial work as ordered therein, the Parish
of Jefferson will perform the work and a lien will be placed on the property
if the charges for the work are not paid. Thereafter, the charges will be placed
on the annual ad valorem tax bill and if they remain unpaid, the property
will be sold in accordance with the laws that govern the sales of tax
for adjudicated properties.
THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE
HELD AS FOLLOWS:
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
1:30 p.m.
The Joseph S. Yenni Building
6TH Floor Courtroom
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Jefferson, LA 70123
Property: 1515 Demosthenes Street, Metairie, LA 70005
Lots 2-A & 2-B, Sq 41, Bonnabel Subdivision
Owner 1: Ms. Emily Hull Bellaci
Registered Agent
Bronco Capital Investments, L.L.C.
14 Egret Street
New Orleans, LA 70124
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 auxillary 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 72 hour 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 at any of the above
listed properties, please contact the office of Environmental Affairs at (504) 7314612, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Marnie Winter, Director
Jefferson Parish Dept. of Environmental Affairs
4901 Jefferson Hwy., - Suite E
Jefferson, LA 70121 

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, September 24, 2015, 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-106-15-PF Subdivision of Lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26, Square 50, Harlem
Subdivision, part of Lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20, Square 47, Harlem Subdivision,
part of former 24th St, and a portion of 24th St, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot
23-A, Square 50, Harlem Subdivision; and revocation of that portion of 24th St;
bounded by Athania Pkwy, 25th St, and N. Causeway Blvd. (Council District 5)
ZONING
CPZ-28-15 A request for variances to the area, landscape and buffer, and sign
regulations of the Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for a retail development
at 212 Veterans Memorial Blvd on an undesignated portion of ground and former
Cedar Street right-of-way in Square 67, Metairieville Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by Carrollton Ave, Lake Ave, and Paris Ave; zoned C-2
General Commercial/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone. (Council
District 5)
Tommy Hebert
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 9/2/15, 9/9/15 and 9/16/15
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 

OLD METAIRIE COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Old Metairie Commission will conduct a public hearing on Thursday,
September 10, 2015 at 9:00 A.M., at the Joseph S. Yenni Building, 1221 Elmwood
Park Blvd., in the Planning Advisory Board Conference Room, Suite 604, for the
purposes of receiving public input on requests for development activity within
the Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation District (OMNCD) in accordance
with the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
OM-25-15 A request to construct an accessory structure with variances to the
rear-yard setback, side-yard setback and height requirements at 21 Nassau Dr,
on proposed Lot D1, Square H, Metairie Club Gardens Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by Englewood Pkwy, Pelham Ave, and Northline St;
zoned R-1D Rural Residential District/OMNCD Old Metairie Neighborhood
Conservation District. (Council District 5)
OM-26-15 A request to demolish an existing single-family dwelling, carport,
and block landscaping wall, and remove a 36-inch Oak and 18-inch Catalpa, at
473 Woodvine Ave., on Lot 5, Square L, Metairie Club Gardens Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Duplessis St, Iona St, and Geranium St; zoned
R-1B Suburban Residential District/OMNCD Old Metairie Neighborhood

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Conservation District. (Council District 5)
Terri Wilkinson, AICP
Director of Planning
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
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the week of September 2, 2015. 

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
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:
1:30 PM, Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Yenni Building
6th Floor, Room 606
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Jefferson, LA 70123
Property: Lot(s) E, CENTRAL PARK
9 CENTRAL DR in METAIRIE
Owner 1: FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC.
14221 DALLAS PARKWAY, SUITE 100
DALLAS, TX 75254
Owner 2: FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
9 CENTRAL PARK DR.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 3: FLOYD J. HEPTING
705 CANAL ST.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 4: FLOYD J. HEPTING
9 CENTRAL PARK DR.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
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 72‑hour 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) 364‑3560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run August 26, 2015, and September 02, 2015
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT   

NOTICES

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
RECREATION CENTER SUPERVISOR ($30,533/per year) – Must meet one (1)
of the following minimum qualifications:  1. Possession of at least a Bachelor’s
degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in
Recreation or Physical Education; OR 2. Possession of a high school diploma or
its equivalent, plus two (2) years of verifiable work experience indicating ability
in the kind of work described above.  For more information or to apply, visit our
website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd. 

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
RECREATION CENTER SUPERVISOR ($30,533/per year) – Must meet one (1)
of the following minimum qualifications:  1. Possession of at least a Bachelor’s
degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in
Recreation or Physical Education; OR 2. Possession of a high school diploma or
its equivalent, plus two (2) years of verifiable work experience indicating ability
in the kind of work described above.  For more information or to apply, visit our
website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd 

July 9, 2015
Martek Services Co
11115 Sullivan Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
RE: Grand Isle Code of Ordinances, Sections 42-35
Property Description: Lot 4 SQ 22 Grand Beach # 11 Pine Lane
Martek Services,
You are hereby notified by the Town of Grand Isle that you are in violation of
one or more of the above referenced ordinances. These ordinances state that your
property has been declared a nuisance by blighted structure, debris or trash on
property, overgrown weeds, grass or similar noxious growth or any combination
of the above.
You have ten (10) days to make an initiative to abate these nuisances. Any work
that the Town of Grand Isle is forced to do will be billed to you. If you fail to pay
the monies owed the amount will be added to your tax bill
THIS IS YOUR ONLY NOTICE: Remember you have only 10 days to comply.
Please disregard this notice if the permits have been obtained to repair your
property, grass has been cut, and debris has been removed. Thanking you in
advance for your cooperation.
Respectfully,
Town Of Grand Isle 

Dennis Prejeant April 8, 2015
179 Landry Lane
Grand Isle,LA 70358
RE: Grand Isle Code of Ordinances, Sections 42-35
Property Description: 179 Landry Lane and old vehicles parked by park
To Whom It May Concern,
You are hereby notified by the Town of Grand Isle that you are in violation of
one or more of the above referenced ordinances. These ordinances state that
your property has been declared a nuisance by blighted structure, abandoned
vehicles, illegal RV’s, debris or trash on property, overgrown weeds, grass or
similar noxious growth or any combination of the above.
You have ten (10) days to make an initiative to abate these nuisances. Failure
to comply within the specified time compels the Town of Grand Isle to seek
injunctive relief. Any work that the Town of Grand Isle is forced to do will be
billed to you. Failure to pay the bill will result in the balance being placed on
your tax bill.
THIS IS YOUR ONLY NOTICE: Remember you have only 10 days to comply.
Please disregard this notice if the permits have been obtained to repair your
property, grass has been cut, and debris has been removed. Thanking you in
advance for your cooperation.
Respectfully,
Town Of Grand Isle
This document is being delivered by the Grand Isle Police Department. 

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 Article VI. Driveways, and must
install a new sidewalk and driveway apron or repair/replace an existing sidewalk

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(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s 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: August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015   

HEARINGS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS will hold its
regularly scheduled Public Hearing on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
in the West Bank Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the General Government
Building, 200 Derbigny St., Gretna, Louisiana.
Variances to be decided upon are listed below by Case Number, Appellant’s
Name, Job Site, Variance Requested, and Zoning Classification.
E-4937
LESTER J. SIRE, 3704 Rue Chardonnay, Metairie, to permit aluminum
patio cover that covers more than 40% of the required rear yard and creating
insufficient rear & side lot line in the rear yard and side yard, insufficient sky
clearance. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4938
Todd R. Gennardo of Denechaud & Denechaud, LLC for ARCHDIOCESE OF
NEW ORLEANS, 1916 N. Arnoult Rd., Metairie to appeal the decision of the
Director of Code Enforcement to change the use of an existing single-family
residence to a counseling center which has been determined to not be a permitted
use in an R-1A District. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4939
Adam Gremillion for RITA H. GREMILLION, 4521 Chalfant Dr., Metairie, to
permit addition of living space in the required rear yard access. R-1A SingleFamily Residential District.
E-4940
James Miller/Jeremiah Johnson of Ready Power for LINDA ROBLEDO, 24 San
Mateo Ave., Jefferson, to permit generator in the required side yard setback.
R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
W-2091
JOE LATINO, 2665 Saturn St., Harvey, to permit 8’ 2” fence exceeding the
maximum 8’ height. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
W-2092
STEPHEN FOSTER, 1249 Marshall Dr., Marrero, to permit 5’ high fence in the
required front yard creating insufficient front yard setback. R-1A Single-Family
Residential District.
W-2093
Richard Fremin for BART FREMIN, 742 Avenue A, Marrero, to permit
lightweight aluminum carport that covers more than 40% of the required rear
yard and creating insufficient rear property line setback and sky clearance. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
W-2094
CRYSTAL & DEREK MILLET, 2741 Ascension Ct., Marrero, to permit 2-story
garage with theater above exceeding the maximum 13’ height requirement. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
NOTE: Cases to be heard at the Next regularly scheduled Public Hearing on
Monday, September 21, 2015 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday, August 31,
2015 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
(504) 736-6086, ADA@jeffparish.net
This ad is to run in The New Orleans Advocate the Official Journal of Jefferson
Parish on August 26, 2015 and September 2, 2015.
BILL TO: BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS 

The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owner, agents, mortgagees
and/or other interested parties of the following properties that it will conduct
administrative hearings pursuant to R.S. 13:2575 and Jefferson Parish
Ordinance No. 23373, thereby seeking to have the specific violation(s) of
Jefferson Parish Ordinance(s) at the following locations addressed, as conditions may warrant, and further to seek fines and hearing costs. If the
owner fails to perform remedial work as ordered therein, the Parish
of Jefferson will perform the work and a lien will be placed on the property
if the charges for the work are not paid. Thereafter, the charges will be placed
on the annual ad valorem tax bill and if they remain unpaid, the property
will be sold in accordance with the laws that govern the sales of tax
for adjudicated properties.
THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE
HELD AS FOLLOWS:
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
1:30 p.m.
The Joseph S. Yenni Building
6TH Floor Courtroom
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Jefferson, LA 70123
Property: 1515 Demosthenes Street, Metairie, LA 70005
Lots 2-A & 2-B, Sq 41, Bonnabel Subdivision
Owner 1: Ms. Emily Hull Bellaci
Registered Agent
Bronco Capital Investments, L.L.C.
14 Egret Street
New Orleans, LA 70124
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 auxillary 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 72 hour 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 at any of the above
listed properties, please contact the office of Environmental Affairs at (504) 7314612, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Marnie Winter, Director
Jefferson Parish Dept. of Environmental Affairs
4901 Jefferson Hwy., - Suite E
Jefferson, LA 70121 

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, September 24, 2015, 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-106-15-PF Subdivision of Lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26, Square 50, Harlem
Subdivision, part of Lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20, Square 47, Harlem Subdivision,
part of former 24th St, and a portion of 24th St, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot
23-A, Square 50, Harlem Subdivision; and revocation of that portion of 24th St;
bounded by Athania Pkwy, 25th St, and N. Causeway Blvd. (Council District 5)
ZONING
CPZ-28-15 A request for variances to the area, landscape and buffer, and sign

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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.
Sharon A. Ford
& Cameron Devan Dev LLC
1255 North Post Oak
#4307
Houston, TX 77055
RE: WOODLAND WEST SUBDIVISION
Lot 233 & 234 Sq 43
2609 Vulcan Street
Repair/replace Sidewalk, Driveway Apron 

JP WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
1221 Elmwood Pk. Blvd
Ste. 303 – Yenni Bldg.
Jefferson LA 70123
September 8,2015 @ 2:30 p.m.    

GRAND ISLE
TOWN OF GRAND ISLE
REGULARLY SCHEDULED TOWN MEETING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2015
6:00 P.M.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor David Camardelle who led the Pledge
of Allegiance to the American Flag. Police Chief Euris Dubois then followed
with a prayer. Roll call was as follows:
PRESENT: Council Members – Ray Santiny; Jay Lafont; Clifford Santiny, Jr.;
Leoda Bladsacker: Police Chief Euris Dubois
ABSENT: Council Member Stephen Resweber
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Leoda Bladsacker and unanimously agreed to amend the agenda to add Earl
Melancon to address the Council concerning cutting of oak trees.
Motion by Council Member Jay Lafont seconded by Council Member Clifford
Santiny, Jr. and unanimously agreed to close the agenda as amended.
Bill Frey and Robert McClellon with Progressive Waste Solutions address the
Council concerning all the complaints received about the garbage collection.
After a lengthy discussion they agreed to make many changes to try to correct
the complaints and provide better service. A new supervisor will be on the
Island at all times during the collection to address any complaints.
Earl Melancon addressed the Council concerning a bill he received for picking
up tree branches at his camp on Iris Lane. He was not aware that charges were
assessed for the picking up of trash. It was explained that large amounts of trash
picked up by the town have to be assessed charges as the town must pay to have
the waste picked up and disposed of at the River Birch Landfill on Highway
90, which is an expensive cost to the town. After a short discussion a motion
by Council Member Ray Santiny and seconded by Council Member Jay Lafont
was made and agreed by majority to reduce his bill to $70.00. Council Member
Clifford Santiny, Jr. voted no on the motion.
Motion by Council Member Jay Lafont seconded by Council Member Leoda
Bladsacker and unanimously agreed to accept the minutes of the August 11,
2015 town meeting as written.
Police Chief Dubois was recognized and gave the following police report: For
the period of August 12 thru 24, 2015, there were 7 arrest 1 accident and 10
traffic citations issued; call outs handled by the department totaled 480; major
call included 24 medical calls and 1 fire; fines collected totaled $2,880.00.
A joint motion by the Council was unanimously agreed upon to authorize the
Mayor to sign an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and the Town of Grand Isle in which the Parish would agree to allow the town
the use of its preplaced emergency contracts in the event of an emergency. The
Town would agree to use and pay for its use of Parish preplaced contracts or
reimburse the Parish for any use of the preplaced emergency contracts in the
event of an emergency.
A joint motion by the Council was unanimously agreed upon to approve the

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benefits eligibility for town employees Louise Lafont and Cameron Westbrook.
Mayor’s report: 1. Thanked the Chief and the Council for handling town
business while he is attending out of town meetings. 2. Reminded everyone of
the new state law
prohibiting the use of cell phone in school zones. 3. Will be attending the
Jefferson Parish Council meeting tomorrow concerning the town’s share of the
BP settlement agreement with Jefferson Parish. 4. Mentioned that the senior
citizens had a good time at the sock hop dance at the Alario Center on 8/21/15.
5. Asked everyone to keep Kristen Ray, Penny Besson and Red Autin in their
prayers as they are suffering with serious illnesses. 6. Extended condolences to
the Linda Ingalls family due to her passing.
Motion by Council Member Ray Santiny seconded by Council Member Jay
Lafont and unanimously agreed to adjourn the meeting at 7:35 p.m.
David J. Camardelle, Mayor
Town of Grand Isle
ATTESTED”
Ray A. Santiny, Town Clerk
Town of Grand Isle   

JUROR POOL
Juror Pool 2015-10-05
1149 3067
3395 6646
7950 11871
11944 18806
22340 24315
26719 27937
29195 30001
30420 34206
35007 35294
36102 40012
41889 44506
49084 49303
50893 52430
53859 56017
56177 66202
70088 70987
80027 80371
81683 87244
89989 90088
92292 92853
100880 106241
111005 112104
114150 119731
123282 124201
128276 128723
129446 129851
130657 131072
133951 136301
137604 141014
143932 144118
148731 150135
159678 160431
161311 163768
166032 168423
168613 170871
171486 174413
178228 179538
179844 186757
186957 188215
188691 189815
192244 205134
222355 222864
223616 224414
229185 229309
230345 236483
237480 241516
243042 243433
244448 244809
252220 252344
256134 256379
260179 261395
263897 264298
265365 276964
281765 283548
308018 315180
315787 319474
334751 347899
349316 349630
358674 367914
374645 377157
383430 414378
417445 418160
426499 434542
437936 447510
449201 449230
449784 450161
450727 467125
479109 482035
487504 488689
500691 507588
512582 513740
516089 516312
517518 518776
518892 519587
522302 522934
523506 524692
524839 525797
527719 528791
529707 535854
536636 542396
545502 549136
549822 551619
552061 553279
554973 555611
556747 560553
561252 602108
602491 605258
605314 607654
608372 608966
609241 610874
612567 613877
617709 622342
624025 624147
627025 628330
636302 637229
638122 639271
640502 641578
652060 652110
654820 655766
656219 656647
658296 661330
661804 664968
668173 669145
671631 676628
678224 679340
679523 680258
680495 682671
683170 683218
683334 685495
686967 688137
689438 690531
690814 694566
697448 699809
700556 700559
700603 702212
703304 705052
706788 708979
709607 709944
714503 717142
718395 718946
718963 719332

719960 720026
720255 721489
721875 722514
724667 724727
725335 725377
726999 729488
729750 730760
780865 784001
784107 786146
787438 789111
790752 793466
794167 797005
798334 801390
801805 802247
807101 807397
809615 809853
814138 814145
814360 814385
815206 815298
816093 818007
818736 819439
827066 830903
830910 832400
833564 834338
836041 836048
839310 841789
841847 842001
842130 843595
844894 845234
845360 847826
849138 849401
849459 850766
851718 851772
853064 853810
854082 855314
857803 858605
859022 860110
860125 862663
863606 863838
865550 865887
866241 866359
866604 866658
868675 868775
869205 869759
870666 870747
871160 872523
875464 875952
878480 879100
879569 880489
881353 882230
882720 883038
883510 884150
886492 886531
886799 887119 

Juror Pool 2015-10-06
3474 3983
4624 5122
6128 7655
9891 12992
16746 18503
20774 21405
24426 27237
27851 33443
34162 34674
36934 37622
40846 43528
45215 45904
49485 51164
56182 57129
59428 62248
64694 65462
66293 66467
68424 69436
74530 75269
79799 82697
82765 83449
84227 84726
84914 84946
85623 86779
87190 87519
92670 93103
94111 97250
104138 106917
108669 109423
110990 111093
111323 113369
115443 119259
120630 125651
126903 126922
127613 127749
129681 129764
131801 132142
132553 133041
134369 138884
139665 142824
145075 148068
148685 151625
152436 154756
155048 156484
156637 161472
161941 162278
162658 162749
163027 163437
167525 169659
169789 172866
173062 173203
173347 174214
176532 176954
178230 179518
184737 186658
189099 189222
193635 194644
199413 201955
203012 203982
204836 205125
205197 205634
207539 208219
208393 209670
213942 214166
214684 215232

220984 227290
232278 233552
234380 234706
235903 240096
240273 240355
241355 249315
252582 256603
259393 262908
265065 267128
267424 267654
270920 273741
274650 277811
286839 300131
308085 310619
311567 313043
314921 315645
316690 317496
336381 379867
380063 394025
400671 404794
414293 414842
425964 433020
435396 436844
451353 467491
467570 468031
469216 469715
480027 480404
485345 502569
503203 505695
510461 511217
511500 517488
521180 525052
525566 530078
530251 532179
532923 534638
537139 540461
546610 547848
548607 552041
552632 553437
553848 554933
556251 556618
557049 589656
590375 590599
591519 595401
598067 601477
601594 602638
603362 604009
604085 604219
605970 608073
608197 608936
609278 610025
610296 613080
613519 613534
614210 614473
614582 615011
615899 616677
623622 625065
627126 627469
629456 633557
633654 634196
635273 638729
641303 641877
642215 647300
648592 648599
648756 651940
652762 658028
658655 659567
659757 662245
662512 662965
663405 663583
664151 665856
666105 666159
669456 671586
673266 673294
673720 674230
675853 677268
677832 678907
679538 680449
681277 681343
682134 684110
685496 688074
690669 692045
693996 696764
696944 697457
699081 701371
701794 702168
702551 704907
706522 707185
708632 710322
711359 713027
714079 717312
718248 719780
719782 719809
720415 720909
721290 721606
722606 723203
724598 727462
730334 745523
764561 770699
771298 773374
773991 778705
779567 780848
783040 785127
787766 788411
788435 788733
789343 790253
790545 791041
792715 793223
793488 795505
796088 796942
797409 799682
800557 801131
801474 802264
802829 803817
804982 805341
805896 806525
810280 811113
812016 812063
812379 812558
812588 812590
813801 814432
814602 816071

LEGALS
816157 817757
818318 819460
819516 820545
821001 821234
821330 822758
824300 826262
829579 830371
830827 831970
832487 833617
834716 834911
843027 844398
846614 848335
851215 851538
852128 854205
854367 854905
855576 857040
857067 857108
857612 858239
858404 858583
858761 860162
860784 861460
862227 866920
867062 867160
869388 869844
871661 873181
873191 873302
873341 874199
874321 875294
876605 876849
877160 877974
878248 878758
879821 880003
880817 881613
881666 881839
882406 883075
883179 885224
885536 886082
886089 886551 

LEGALS
Juror Pool 2015-10-07
6627 7858
8041 12896
14547 16583
17436 17805
18217 18881
19174 24959
27189 32177
34710 46864
50293 56547
60631 60916
60927 62516
64512 72685
76739 78866
80956 82007
84821 86515
89616 93622
100838 102796
106779 114297
116890 123668
124214 125520
126276 128933
131251 131458
133981 134125
135334 136964
141225 141411
143802 146293
149154 150045
151411 154122
155330 158922
161913 163557
164693 165653
168494 176064
176855 179099
184527 185254
185695 197105
197909 206940
209294 211603

LEGALS
214792 214864
216510 225751
227716 229833
231558 232458
234499 234870
235681 236012
237344 237457
240945 243511
248207 250904
251799 252268
253888 253899
255034 257095
259394 261199
263409 263945
276967 287092
298657 302161
307498 308521
323347 330578
331141 336502
341750 343856
361007 370570
372832 417152
419348 427207
427581 433461
435413 440135
444060 447521
449081 449202
459854 469252
471595 484337
484340 484861
488667 499700
506955 512374
514229 517242
522899 524955
525625 526428
527355 531047
531122 533855
533956 536309
537809 541457

LEGALS
541869 544069
545689 552648
555415 556428
561603 592897
593065 596125
596574 596783
597512 602654
604404 610757
611117 611434
611818 613978
615177 616550
619782 619966
621849 624547
628381 632774
634089 635156
637026 637409
637827 638896
639038 639432
643247 645672
646047 648219
648518 651869
652568 653072
654262 654336
654440 659417
659694 659759
664629 666182
666414 667236
667472 668443
669857 671718
682530 683917
684499 685289
685343 685793
687343 688043
688284 693762
694514 695941
697720 699855
701578 704144
708578 709063
710212 711652

LEGALS
712576 712724
713457 714743
715667 715966
716063 719953
722120 722776
723393 723996
725116 726228
727583 730257
745652 765953
770128 770429
770989 773009
776971 779533
781516 786481
790454 792621
792885 793858
794235 795428
795508 796103
796238 796727
799678 801125
802260 802600
804796 804932
805480 807986
810137 810931
810941 811199
812545 813570
813934 816789
816904 817903
818407 819765
820526 820721
821663 823348
823907 826664
828127 828955
830184 830544
831113 831712
832239 836308
837937 839904
845343 846594
847790 847888
849671 851027

LEGALS
854768 854778
856430 856571
856989 858190
858396 858827
859887 859921
863780 863789
864525 864923
865032 866033
866371 868363
869531 870624
871322 872453
872596 873673
875201 875291
875341 875472
876109 876161
876214 877118
877531 878104
878621 879413
881225 881307
881759 882499
883253 883412 

Juror Pool 2015-10-08
7817 8310
9403 12087
18514 26622
29068 30726
38587 42974
44053 46843
53054 53487
57487 60423
60439 62587
64112 65681
70562 76790
77813 82763
87940 88244
89207 94399
96841 97910

LEGALS
105113 106179
114126 115324
117533 118467
120062 123629
124607 125271
125332 132138
135766 137019
140831 141936
144985 145746
146082 151537
154652 160929
161621 163069
165910 166025
167877 170719
171677 173424
174844 176553
182266 192129
196200 196459
204730 207059
210721 213726
217573 219701
222428 225924
231176 246472
247575 250925
253032 258162
260131 262464
265433 273750
275337 300054
302505 302745
305290 325571
346426 359400
359692 403166
407994 425532
427247 429680
442158 450128
454319 483454
488564 502088
514985 515119
522034 524336

LEGALS
525064 526276
535653 536635
542899 545276
545827 560255
594205 594802
610085 610582
617698 619464
621369 628185
633408 634560
635624 636138
639910 642357
642882 643973
644882 646721
648703 650410
651674 651778
653056 655160
655441 658583
659691 664093
665367 669154
669218 675250
678367 680587
683483 690234
690342 690529
692121 692743
704399 706924
707683 708004
708835 711054
713427 715326
716565 718760
720185 720890
721128 725152
728990 729693
730573 770150
770154 773099
775003 778551
786248 790730
791705 794484
794841 795685
798714 798841

LEGALS
799335 800036
801340 802999
803029 803601
806273 808863
809956 810846
812622 814622
815295 817420
817802 818199
819489 824426
826584 827871
829362 829664
829730 830161
830221 830784
831192 832304
834723 836037
837418 843749
845186 846466
847187 847422
850074 850969
851044 852711
855601 855768
858770 860076
860896 865871
867032 867816
872375 875869
878464 879481
879605 880277
880543 881041
882604 882890
883408 883825
884104 885782
886078 887026