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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
Kenner, Louisiana
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
The Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, met in regular
session on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at ten (10:00) oclock a.m. in the Kenner
City Park Pavilion, Kenner, Louisiana.
Mr. Christopher L. Roberts, Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council presided,
called the meeting to order. Mr. Roberts requested a moment of silence for
accident victims on I-10, Mr. Young requested a moment of silence for Janet
Gray former employee of Jefferson Parish who recently died from cancer.
Eula A. Lopez recited a prayer. Mr. Al Morella lead everyone in the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.
The Chairman then requested the Parish Clerk to call the roll. The following
members were present: Christopher L. Roberts, Chairman, and Councilmembers:
Ricky Templet, Paul D. Johnston, Mark Spears, Elton M. Lagasse, Ben Zahn,
and Ms. Cynthia Lee-Sheng.
The following members were absent: None
The following were in attendance: John F. Young, Parish President; Mr. Jacques
Molaison, Chief Operating Officer; Ms. Deborah Foshee, Parish Attorney;
Directors of the following Departments: Ms. Terri Wilkinson, Director
Planning; Timothy Palmatier, Finance; Kazem Alikhani, Public Works; Alan
Gandolfi, Research Director; Jeremy Dwyer, Legal Analysis Director; Sonny
Burmaster, Chief of Staff; and Eula A. Lopez, Parish Clerk.
The following members were absent: None
The Chairman called upon the Honorable John F. Young, Jr., Parish President to
address the Council at this time.
The next item of business was adoption of the consent agenda.
It was on motion of Mr. Templet and seconded by Mr. Roberts that the Consent
Agenda be adopted.
Vote on the adoption of the foregoing motion resulted as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, 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 cancelled.
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 7th day of October 2015.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, 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 October 21, 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 7th day of October 2015.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse 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 October 21, 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 7th day of October 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, that Item #4 on the
agenda of a resolution selecting __________________ to provide Landfill
Gas Collection and Control System Operation and Maintenance Services for
the Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill under RFP 0338 be and is hereby deferred
until October 21, 2015. (Council District 3) (Approved by Mr. Spears at the
request of the Administration)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, that Item #5 on the
agenda of 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/

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

HARAHAN
Mayor:
Tina Miceli
Council Members
Timothy Baudier
Susan Benton
Dana Huete
Craig Johnston
Carrie Wheeler
Chief of Police
Tim Walker
Justice of the Peace
Kevin J. Centanni
JEAN LAFITTE
Mayor:
Timothy P. Kerner
Council Members
Barry Barthomey
Shirley Guillie
Chirsty N. Creppel
Calvin LeBeau
Verna Smith
Chief of Police
Marcell Rodriguez
KENNER
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.

or Hospital Service District No. 2 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, it was moved, that the
reading of the minutes of the Jefferson Parish Council Meeting of Wednesday,
September 23, 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 the Jefferson Parish Council and further the minutes of Jefferson
Parish Council meetings of Wednesday, August 12, 2015 to be corrected with the
notations of corrections of publication as follows.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, September 23, 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, September 30, 2015
Under Resolution 125757, under Section 2 the Account No. was incorrect and
corrected to Account No. 10010-0010-302-7699.9.
Under Resolution 125746, under Section 2 of the Account No. was incorrect and
corrected to Account No. 22030-2764-126-7680.176
Under Resolution 125682, in the preamble and in section 1 of the resolution the
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement date was incorrect.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, August 12 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, August 19, 2015
Under Resolution 125420 in the preamble and the first whereas section of the
Resolution the date was incorrect.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 7th of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125767
A resolution denying 2015 alcoholic beverage manager/officer permit and
certificate to dispense application of Karen M. Terrase, at Perinos Boiling Pot,
3754 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA 70058 V#76499. (Council District 2)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY RESOLVES:
SECTION 1. That the 2015 alcoholic beverage manager/officer permit and
certificate to dispense application of Karen M. Terrase, at Perinos Boiling Pot,
3754 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA 70058 V# 76499 is denied.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned applicant
of this denial and forward a copy of this resolution to the applicant.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125768
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. 13180120, 24386400,
24411589, 24426778, 24427827, 24434180, 24440224, 24442989 and (1)
Officer/Manager Permits: Jocelyn Beecher for Camelot Lounge, 4211 Jefferson
Highway, Jefferson, LA 70121 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125769
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# 24410, 28330, 33022, 34608, 35953, 37394, 41910, 43164, 44833, 44563,
50519, 50539, 54259, 54639, 54759, 55940, 56559, 73799, 75019, 75819, 76739,
76759, 76779, 76819, 76839, 76899, 76919, 76959, 76979, 77039, 77059, 77079,
77119, 77139, 77179, 77239, 77259, 77319, 77339, 77359, 77379, 77399, 77419.

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

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

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

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

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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125770
A resolution certifying completion of the Plans and Specifications for Avenue D
Drainage Improvements, Phase VI of SPN 576-26-0028, Public Works Project
No. 2012-006-DR, and authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids of said
project. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has submitted an application for funding of
Avenue D Drainage Improvements project under the Statewide Flood Control
Program; and
WHEREAS, the States share of the project funds have been made available and
the Jefferson Parish Council has available its local matching share of the project
funds in an amount not less than ten (10%) percent; and
WHEREAS, at the request of Jefferson Parish Council, Hartman Engineering,
Inc. has prepared plans and specifications for said project, which plans and
specifications are designated by State Project No. 576-26-0028(336); and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has reviewed the final plans, specifications and
cost estimate and has accepted them as submitted; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has
reviewed the final plans, specifications, and cost estimate and has approved them
as complying with the requirements of the Statewide Flood Control Program;
and
WHEREAS, all necessary permits, servitudes and rights-of-way have been
acquired by Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has agreed to accomplish all necessary utility
relocations and facilities alterations made necessary by this project; and
WHEREAS, the Official Journal for Jefferson Parish is New Orleans Advocate;
and
WHEREAS, this Jefferson Parish Council desires to advertise for competitive
bids, in accordance with LRS 38:2212, et seq., for the award of a contract in the
name of the Jefferson Parish Council, and furnish engineering services during
the progress of the work.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish, in
regular session assembled on this 7th day of October, 2015:
SECTION 1. That the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
be and hereby is requested to authorize the Jefferson Parish Council to advertise
for competitive bids in accordance with LRS 38:2212, et seq., for the award of
a contract in the name of the Jefferson Parish Council, covering the aforesaid
improvements.
SECTION 2. That the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
be and hereby is assured that all necessary servitudes, rights-of-way, spoil
disposal areas, rights of ingress and egress and the means thereof have been
acquired by Jefferson Parish, and the titles thereto are valid and indefeasible
and Jefferson Parish expressly agrees to defend any action for the failure of
any servitude, right-of-way, right of ingress or egress, and Jefferson Parish
does hereby assume complete responsibility for providing engineering services
during construction and the maintenance and upkeep of the project after
construction.
SECTION 3. That the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
be and hereby is assured that all required permits have been obtained by
Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 4. That the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
be and hereby is assured that Jefferson Parish has available its local matching
funds in an amount not less than ten (10%) percent of the total project cost to
insure construction of this project.
SECTION 5. That Jefferson Parish will and hereby does assume complete
responsibility for all utility and other facilities relocations and alterations made
necessary by this project.
SECTION 6. That Jefferson Parish does hereby save and hold harmless the
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development against any loss
or damage of any kind incident to or occasioned by activities undertaken in
pursuance of this agreement and expressly agrees to defend any suit brought
against the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, and pay
any judgment which may result from said suit as it relates to this project.
SECTION 7. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to advertise
this project for sealed bids in accordance with the plans and specifications
prepared by Hartman Engineering, Inc. upon approval of the Louisiana
Department of Transportation and Development.
SECTION 8. That the cost of this construction is to be charged to Account No.
45230-4039-7454(52374.005).
SECTION 9. That the cost of advertisement is to be charged to Account No.
45230-4039-7540(52374.005).
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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:

LEGALS

LEGALS

LEGALS

RESOLUTION NO. 125771


A resolution approving and accepting the Final Plat to subdivide Tract R-9C,
Robert Perkins Tract, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, (under Docket No. WS-3714-F) into Lots 34 and 35, Square C; Lots 24 through 42, Square E; Lots 1
through 7, Square F; Lot 1, Square G; and Parcel A4, Acadiana Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; the dedication of the street rights-of-way for Ville
Platte Court, New Iberia Circle, and portions of Acadiana Trace and Cedar
Street; and the dedication of a 20-foot drainage servitude, all in accordance
with plan by Dufrene Surveying and Engineering, Inc., L.S., dated February 7,
2014, last revised April 9, 2015, which lots are owned by JBL Properties, LLC.,
and accepting certain streets and utilities in Acadiana Subdivision, Phase 3 for
maintenance by the Parish of Jefferson in accordance with plans by Dufrene
Surveying & Engineering, Inc. dated September 25, 2014, with final revision
date of October 1, 2014, stamped Records Drawings on August 7, 2015.
(Council District 1)
WHEREAS, JBL Properties, LLC. is the owner of Tract R-9C, Robert Perkins
Tract, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, which it acquired by Act before James G.
Sax, Notary Public, dated August 13, 2004 registered in COB 3129, Folio 956,
Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said owner desires to subdivide said Parcel into Lots to be
designated as Lots 34 and 35, Square C; Lots 24 through 42, Square E; Lots
1 through 7, Square F; Lot 1, Square G; and Parcel A4, Acadiana Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; to dedicate the street rights-of-way for Ville Platte
Court, New Iberia Circle, and portions of Acadiana Trace and Cedar Street; and
to dedicate a 20-foot drainage servitude; and
WHEREAS, the Preliminary Plat and dedication of street rights-of-way and
drainage servitude was approved via Ordinance No. 24744 dated June 11, 2014;
and
WHEREAS, the Final Plat has been revised to include Entergy and AT&T
Servitudes; and
WHEREAS, the Land Use Review Technical Committee (LURTC) reviewed
the Final Plat, last revised April 9, 2015, and the plan meets Sec. 33-2.6(d)(3)
Final Plat Review Criteria; and
WHEREAS, the owner has completed all required public improvements to the
satisfaction of the Director of Public Works consistent with Sec. 33-2.26(e).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That the Final Plat of Dufrene Surveying and Engineering, Inc.,
L.S., dated February 7, 2014, last revised April 9, 2015, showing the subdivision
of Tract R-9C, Robert Perkins Tract, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, (under Docket
No. WS-37-14-F) into Lots 34 and 35, Square C; Lots 24 through 42, Square
E; Lots 1 through 7, Square F; Lot 1, Square G; and Parcel A4, Acadiana
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, in said squares in accordance with said
plan, is hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION 2. That the following streets in Acadiana Subdivision, Phase 3,
constructed of Portland cement concrete with sub-surface drainage installed by
Sampey General Construction in accordance with plans by Dufrene Surveying
& Engineering, Inc. dated September 25, 2014, with final revision date of
October 1, 2014, stamped Records Drawings on August 7, 2015, be, and are
hereby accepted:
Acadiana Trace from the existing dead end, approximately seventy (70) feet
from Cajuns Cove, proceeding in a southeasterly direction approximately three
hundred three (303) to a dead end.
Cedar Creek Street from the existing dead end, approximately one hundred
twenty (120) feet from Augusta Drive, proceeding in a northeasterly direction
approximately one hundred forty (140) feet to Acadiana Trace where the road
bends to an easterly direction for approximately five hundred ninety three (593)
feet to a dead end.
New Iberia Circle from the northern end of Ville Platte Court, proceeding in
both a westerly direction and an easterly direction. In the westerly direction the
street extends approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet to the cul de sac. In the
easterly direction the street extends approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet
to the cul de sac.
Ville Platte Court from the eastern end of Cedar Creek Street, proceeding in
both a northerly direction and a southerly direction. In the northerly direction
the street extends approximately two hundred fifty (250) feet to New Iberia
Circle. In the southerly direction the street extends approximately one hundred
forty (140) feet to the cul de sac.
SECTION 3. That the sewer and water utilities serving Lots 32 and 33, Sq.
C; Lots 24 thru 42 Sq. E; Lots 1 thru 7, Sq. F; and Lot 1 Sq. G in Acadiana
Subdivision, Phase 3, in accordance with plans prepared by Dufrene Surveying
& Engineering Inc. dated September 25, 2014, with final revision date of October
1, 2014, stamped Record Drawings on August 7, 2015, be, and are hereby
accepted, including 1720+ of 8 PVC (SDR 26) sewer line, eleven (11) concrete
sewer manholes, 1347+ of 8 C-900 waterline, 805+ of 2 HDPE waterline,
eight (8) 8 gate valves, three (3) 2 gate valves, two (2) 8x8x8x8 cross, one
(1) 8x8x8 tee and five (5) fire hydrants.
SECTION 4. The recordation of said Final Plat of Dufrene Surveying and
Engineering, Inc., L.S., dated February 7, 2014, last revised April 9, 2015, in the
Jefferson Parish Office of the Clerk of Court is hereby authorized.
SECTION 5. That the Parish ofJefferson has not examined or reviewed the title
of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions placed
on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not imply
(1) that the applicants or owners title or ownership is valid, (2) that there are
or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or (3)
that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable orare not enforceable.
SECTION 6. 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 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125772
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of LLJ Environmental
Construction, LLC, under Bid Proposal No. 50-114032 for construction of a
foundation for an Ornate Park Clock at the bid tabulation price of $19,596.98.
(Council District 4)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 10, 2015 for minor demolition
and construction of a foundation for a clock; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was received by LLJ Environmental
Construction, LLC in the amount of $19,596.98.
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 LLJ Environmental Construction,
LLC, under Bid Proposal No. 50-114032 for construction of a foundation for an
Ornate Park Clock at the bid tabulation price of $ 19,596.98, be and is hereby
accepted.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 44650-40137431.1 (46510.035).
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125773
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Electrical Reliability
Services, received on September 1, 2015, for a two (2) year contract for electrical
switchgear maintenance and repair for the Jefferson Parish Department of
Public Works, Water, Proposal No. 50-113969. Expenditures shall not exceed
$500,000.00 for the two (2) year period and compensation shall not exceed this
amount by a factor of more than ten percent (10%) without amendment to the
contract authorized by resolution of the Council. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 1, 2015, for a two (2) year contract
for electrical switchgear maintenance and repair for the Jefferson Parish
Department of Public Works, Water, Proposal No. 50-113969; and
WHEREAS, Electrical Reliability Services submitted the lowest responsible
bid.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Electrical Reliability Services
received on September 1, 2015, for a two (2) year contract for electrical switchgear
maintenance and repair for the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works,
Water, Proposal No. 50-113969, is hereby accepted.

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SECTION 2. That expenditures shall be charged to account number 530103901-XXX-7431.2 and limited to $500,000.00 for the two (2) year period.
Compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more than ten percent
(10%) without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon the adoption
date of this resolution.
SECTION 4. 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 approve any and all documents necessary to implement 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125774
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of JJH Construction, LLC,
Bid No. 50-114114, in the amount of $128,433.20, for the Jefferson Highway
Pocket Park to include the installation of a paver labyrinth, concrete sidewalks,
drainage and new landscape and irrigation for the Jefferson Parish Public Works
Department Parkways. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish received 6 valid bids on September 10, 2015 for the
Jefferson Highway Pocket Park to include the installation of a paver labyrinth,
concrete sidewalks, drainage and new landscape and irrigation for the Jefferson
Parish Public Works Department Parkways.; and,
WHEREAS, JJH Construction, LLC, submitted the lowest responsible bid
under Proposal No. 50-114114 at the total cost of $128,433.20; and,
WHEREAS, Linfield, Hunter and Junius, Inc. has reviewed the bids and has
recommended that award of contract be made to JJH Construction, LLC.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of JJH Construction, LLC., Bid No.
50-114114, in the amount of $128,433.20, for the Jefferson Highway Pocket Park
to include the installation of a paver labyrinth, concrete sidewalks, drainage and
new landscape and irrigation for the Jefferson Parish Public Works Department
Parkways, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. 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 JJH
Construction, LLC.
SECTION 3. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
44560-4008-7331(45629.022) Construction Contracts.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125775
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Friedrich Custom Mfg., Inc.
for rental of crowd control barricades and gates for public safety, on a unit price
and on as needed basis, for carnival and special events for the years of 2016 and
2017 under Proposal No. 50-00114069 for the Department of Citizens Affairs,
Carnival and Special Events Division, the cost associated with the barricades
and gates will not exceed a total cost of one hundred eighty four thousand eight
hundred and eighty six dollars and fifty cents ($184,886.50) for the two-year
contract. Compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more than
10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the Council.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on August 20, 2015, for Proposal No. 5000114069 for rental of crowd control barricades and gates, on a unit price and an
as needed basis, for carnival and special events for the years of 2016 and 2017,
parish wide for the Department of Citizens Affairs, Carnival and Special Events
Division; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid received for Proposal No. 50-00114069,
was Friedrichs Custom Mfg., Inc.; the cost associated with the barricades and
gates will not exceed $184,886.50 for a total cost of one hundred eighty four
thousand eight hundred and eighty six dollars and fifty cents ($184,886.50) for
the two-year contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority for said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Friedrichs Custom Mfg.,
Inc. for rental of crowd control barricades and gates, on a unit price and an as
needed basis, for carnival and special events for the years of 2016 and 2017, parish
wide under Proposal No. 50-00114069, the cost associated with the barricades
and gates will not exceed $184,886.50 for a total cost of one hundred eighty four
thousand eight hundred and eighty six dollars and fifty cents($184,886.50)
for the two-year contract with compensation shall not exceed this amount by
a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized and empowered to
sign any and all contract documents.
SECTION 3. That the term of the Agreement shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. Expenditures, when incurred are to be charged to Account No.
10010-0410-133-7443.
The following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125776
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of CASCO INDUSTRIES,
INC., under Bid Proposal No. 50-00114187 for a Two year contract for a supply
of insulated fire boots at the bid tabulation price of $27,800.00. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $35,000.00 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 September 3, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was received by CASCO INDUSTRIES,
INC. in the amount of $27,800.00; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $35,000.00 for the Two
years, for a supply of insulated fire boots.
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 CASCO INDUSTRIES, INC.
under Bid Proposal No. 50-00114187 for a Two year contract for a supply of
insulated fire boots for the Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire
Department, at the bid tabulation price of $27,800.00, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: 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 3: That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
22100-2921-7234.2 of the Department of Fire.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $35,000.00 for the
Two year(s), 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:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125777
A resolution rejecting the only responsible bid received for Bid No. 50-113956
and authorizing re-advertisement of a replacement bid, for a two-year contract
of shirts and caps to be ordered on an as-needed basis for all departments and
agencies within Jefferson Parish. (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, the bid received was considerably over-budget; and
WHEREAS, re-advertising and re-issuing the bid will allow additional vendors
to respond.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of

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Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of


Central Garage, of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the resolution rejecting all bids received for Bid No. 50-113956
and authorizing re-advertisement of a replacement bid, for a two-year contract
of shirts and caps to be ordered on an as-needed basis for all departments and
agencies within Jefferson Parish, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
re-advertise, receive, and reopen sealed bids for a two-year contract of shirts
and caps to be ordered on an as-needed basis for all departments and agencies
within Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 3: That the cost of items in this bid be charged to XXXXXXXXX-7234.1.
SECTION 4: That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-President, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Templet , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125778
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of MPRESS, received on
September 15, 2015, in the amount of $83,520.00, for the Public Information
Office, for a two year contract with the option to extend one additional year to
print a brochure called the Progressive Jefferson which will be distributed with
the utility bill. Bid Proposal No. 50-00113789. Contract cap shall not exceed this
amount by a factor of more than 10% without Council approval.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Bids were received on September 15, 2015 for a 2 year contract
with the option to extend one additional year for the printing of the Progressive
Jefferson under Bid Proposal No. 50-00113789; and,
WHEREAS, The Progressive Jefferson is a brochure that provides information
to citizens about various parish government programs, services, initiatives,
policies and upcoming events.
WHEREAS, MPRESS has submitted the lowest responsible bid in the amount of
$83,520.00; and,
WHEREAS, The bid includes the printing of approximately 120,000 copies of
each issue of the Progressive Jefferson to be distributed with the utility bill. The
total cost of the contract shall not exceed $55,680.00 for the two years, and shall
include the option for an additional year at a cost of $27,840.00.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of MPRESS, received on September
15, 2015 in the amount of $83,520.00, for the Public Information Office, for a two
year contract with the option to extend one additional year to print a brochure
called the Progressive Jefferson which will be distributed with the utility bill,
under bid Proposal No. 50-00113789 hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue a contract for the printing of said publication in accordance with the terms
of the bid proposal and this resolution which shall commence on November 5,
2015.
SECTION 3. That the cost of the project is to be charged to the account number
10010-0040-349-7550. That maximum expenditure shall not exceed $83,520.00
for the three years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized to execute and sign and approve all documents necessary
for this agreement.
The following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125779
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with
Cheniere Construction, Inc., for an additional $9,133.80 to the contract amount,
which contract dated June 19, 2015, is for the improvements to the boat launch at
Glisson Park, Proposal No. 50-112818, Contract No. 55-15184. Work associated
with this Change Order is within the original scope of the project. (Council
District 1)
WHEREAS, revision of the wood pile treatment is needed because the piles are
located in brackish water, requiring a higher level of treatment; 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 $9,133.80 and the total of Change Order No. 1 represents
a 4.88% increase to the contract amount from $187,000.00 to $196,133.80.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize and
approve Change Order No. 1 to the contract with Cheniere Construction, Inc.,
for an additional $9,133.80 to the contract amount, which contract dated June
19, 2015, is for the improvements to the boat launch at Glisson Park, Proposal
No. 50-112818, Contract No. 55-15184. Work associated with this Change Order
is within the original scope of the project, which is recorded with the Clerk of
Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson M.O.B 4655, Page 705, Instrument No.
11526312.
SECTION 2. That the cost associated with Change Order No. 1 shall be charged
to Account No. 44670-4014-7431.1 (46739.002).
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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125780
A resolution granting an acceptance to Star Lock & Key Co., Inc. for their
completed contract (55-15228), dated July 13, 2015, bid under Bid No. 50113326, for labor, materials, and equipment necessary to replace the locking
system located at the Salvador A. Liberto Building, 802 2nd Street, Gretna, LA,
for the Department of General Services. (Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, bids were received on June 10, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Star Lock & Key Co., Inc., was the lowest responsible bidder; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125178, adopted June 24, 2015, accepted Star
Lock & Key Co., Inc., bid under Bid No. 50-113326, in the amount of Seventeen
Thousand Dollars ($17,000.00) for labor, materials, and equipment necessary to
replace the locking system located at the Salvador A. Liberto Building, 802 2nd
Street, Gretna, LA, for the Department of General Services; and
WHEREAS, all work described in the contract was completed satisfactory; and
WHEREAS, no other documents were recorded in association with this
agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Star Lock & Key Co., Inc., be and is hereby granted an
acceptance for their completed contract (55-15228), dated July 13, 2015, bid
under Bid No. 50-113326, for labor, materials, and equipment necessary to
replace the locking system located at the Salvador A. Liberto Building, 802 2nd
Street, Gretna, LA, and which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Courts
Office in and for the Parish of Jefferson in MOB 4657, Folio 900, Instrument
11529577.
SECTION 2. That said Star Lock & Key Co., Inc., be and is hereby authorized
to file a copy of this resolution for their completed contract with the Clerk of
Court as evidence of satisfactory completion of said contract, and in order that
the forty-five (45) days lien and privilege period may begin from the date of
filing hereof with the said Clerk of Court, and at the expiration of the forty-five
(45) days and upon presentation of a clear Lien and Privilege Certificate from
the Clerk of Court, the Finance Director of Jefferson Parish is authorized to pay
the contractor all monies retained by the Parish and due under the terms and
conditions of said contract, which shall be charged to the Department of General
Services, Account No. 45800-3050 (58010.011), Contract No. 55-15228.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


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On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125781
A resolution granting an acceptance to Beacon Air Conditioning, Heating and
Refrigeration, Inc. for their completed contract (55-15208), dated July 10, 2015,
bid under Bid No. 50-112907, for labor, materials, and equipment necessary to
remove and dispose of one (1) existing rooftop package unit and replace with
one (1) new rooftop package unit, located at the Human Services Authority
Building, 5001 West Bank Expressway, Marrero, LA, for the Department of
General Services. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on May 1, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Beacon Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration, Inc., was the
lowest responsible bidder; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 124983, adopted June 10, 2015, accepted Beacon
Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration, Inc., bid under Bid No. 50-112907,
in the amount of Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($14,500.00) for
labor, materials, and equipment necessary to remove and dispose of one (1)
existing rooftop package unit and replace with one (1) new rooftop package unit,
located at the Human Services Authority Building, 5001 West Bank Expressway,
Marrero, LA, for the Department of General Services; and
WHEREAS, all work described in the contract was completed satisfactory; and
WHEREAS, no other documents were recorded in association with this
agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Beacon Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration, Inc.,
be and is hereby granted an acceptance for their completed contract (55-15208),
dated July 10, 2015, bid under Bid No. 50-112907, for labor, materials, and
equipment necessary to remove and dispose of one (1) existing rooftop package
unit and replace with one (1) new rooftop package unit, located at the Human
Services Authority Building, 5001 West Bank Expressway, Marrero, LA, and
which contract is recorded with the Clerk of Courts Office in and for the Parish
of Jefferson in MOB 4658, Folio 771, Instrument 11530954.
SECTION 2. That said Beacon Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration, Inc.,
be and is hereby authorized to file a copy of this resolution for their completed
contract with the Clerk of Court as evidence of satisfactory completion of said
contract, and in order that the forty-five (45) days lien and privilege period may
begin from the date of filing hereof with the said Clerk of Court, and at the
expiration of the forty-five (45) days and upon presentation of a clear Lien and
Privilege Certificate from the Clerk of Court, the Finance Director of Jefferson
Parish is authorized to pay the contractor all monies retained by the Parish and
due under the terms and conditions of said contract, which shall be charged
to the Department of General Services, Account No. 45850-3050 (58514.025),
Contract No. 55-15208.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125782
A resolution authorizing the Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman
of the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Application No. PIER
2015-4 (Modified) (P20150176) for Hilcorp Energy Company to place a drill
barge and appurtenances on location to drill the Boomerang Prospect, located
in Barataria Bay, east of the Barataria Waterway and approximately 14.8 miles
north from Grand Isle (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, PIER Certificate 2015-4 was issued to Hilcorp Energy Company on
April 30, 2015, per Resolution No. 124719, to place a drill barge and appurtenant
structures in Barataria Bay, east of the Barataria Waterway, approximately 14.5
miles north of Grand Isle to drill the Boomerang Prospect, and if the well is
successful, Hilcorp would then install 2-inch and 3-inch flowlines from the well
to an existing facility; and
WHEREAS, the proposed modification is to relocate the Boomerang Prospect
1,630 feet northeast of the original location, approximately 14.8 miles north of
Grand Isle; and
WHEREAS, there are no additional wetland impacts from the re-location of the
proposed well and the new well location will shorten the access route and reduce
dredging, filling, and water bottom impacts; and
WHEREAS, if the well is successful, the new well location will also reduce the
distance required to connect the 2-inch and 3-inch flowlines from the well to an
existing facility; and
WHEREAS, the flowlines will be buried a minimum of 3-feet below the mudline
and laid on the surface across the marsh to avoid impacts; and
WHEREAS, Hilcorp Energy 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 Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman of
the Jefferson Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish
Infrastructure and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to
Application No. PIER 2015-4 (Modified) (P20150176) for Hilcorp Energy
Company to place a drill barge and appurtenances on location to drill the
Boomerang Prospect, located in Barataria Bay, east of the Barataria Waterway
and approximately 14.8 miles north from Grand Isle.
SECTION 2. 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.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Tim Morton and Associates,
Inc.; Attn: Donna Hollier; 730 E. Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, LA 70508.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to Hilcorp Energy Company, Attn: Cory Johnson, P.O. Box 61229,
Houston, TX 77208.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125783
A resolution stating the Jefferson Parish Councils endorsement of Cajun Vets,
LLC, to participate in the benefits of the Louisiana Enterprise Zone Program,
and other related matters.
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Enterprise Zone Act of 1981, Act 901 was enacted
by the Louisiana State Legislature, and Act 337 was enacted by the 1982
Legislature, Act 433 was enacted by the 1987 Legislature, Act 581 was enacted
by the 1995 Legislature, Act 647 was enacted in 1997, and Act 977 was enacted
in 1999; and Act 141 was enacted in 2013; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Enterprise Zone Program offers significant
incentives for economic development to some of the most distressed areas in the
Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson agrees this endorsement is in the best
interest of the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for the Parish
of Jefferson, and
WHEREAS, a business located in an Urban Enterprise Zone must certify to the
State and Jefferson Parish that a minimum of fifty percent (50%) of its new or
expanded work force:
a) Are living in an Enterprise Zone within the State of Louisiana; or
b) Were receiving some form of public assistance prior to employment; or
c) Were considered unemployable by traditional standards, or lacking in basic
skills; or
WHEREAS, in accordance with the Louisiana Enterprise Zone Program
requirements, the Parish of Jefferson agrees:
1. To participate in the Enterprise Zone Program
2. To assist the Louisiana Department of Economic Development in evaluating
progress made in any enterprise zone within its jurisdiction
3. To REFUND all applicable local sales taxes (defined as all local sales taxes
EXCEPT those that are dedicated to the repayment of a Bond issue or dedicated
to ANY public school) on the purchase of the material used in the construction of
a building, or any addition or improvement thereon, for housing any legitimate
business enterprise, and machinery and equipment used in that enterprise. This
tax refund would be on materials, construction and equipment purchased for a
project and used by a business permanently on that site; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Economic Development Commission
(JEDCO) has collected a fee of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars based on the
Code of Ordinances of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Section 2-875.13.6.

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Jefferson Parish Council of


the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said
Parish:
SECTION I. That Cajun Vets, LLC Project #20140769, is endorsed to
participate in the Louisiana Enterprise Zone Program.
SECTION II. That if any provision or items of this resolution or the application
thereof is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions, items
or applications of this resolution which can be given effect without the invalid
provisions, items or applications and to this end the provisions of this resolution
are hereby declared severable.
SECTION III. That all resolutions or parts thereof in conflict herewith are
hereby repealed.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125784
A resolution granting St. Francis Xavier, 215 Betz Place, Metairie, LA 70005
permission to hold a Patron Party at 105 Vincent Avenue on Friday, November 6,
2015 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and a Gala and Auction at 446 Metairie Road
on Friday, November 6, 2015 from 8:00 p.m. until 11:00 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 St. Francis Xavier, 215 Betz
Place, Metairie, LA 70005 to hold a Paton Party at 105 Vincent Avenue on
Friday, November 6, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and a Gala and Auction
at 446 Metairie Road on Friday, November 6, 2015 from 8:00 p.m. until 11:00
p.m. to serve beer, (delivery and pick up 11/6/15) liquor, beverages, food, live
music and one tent (if rainy weather) in connection therewith provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and
Code Enforcement, the Fire Department, the Department of Citizens Affairs,
the Health Department, the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office to conduct such event and that
all requirements and regulations of said departments are met; and waiving all
Jefferson Parish taxes in connection with said event, and to provide for related
matters.
SECTION II. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a certified
copy of this resolution to Father Anthony Taormina, 105 Vincent 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125785
A resolution amending Resolution Number 125637 to include the sale of wine
and granting St. Catherine of Siena School, 400 Codifer Boulevard, Metairie,
LA 70005 permission to conduct their annual school fair on Friday, October
9, 2015 through Sunday, October 11, 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 Resolution Number 125637 be amended to allow the sale
of wine and grant permission to St. Catherine of Siena School, 400 Codifer
Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70005 to conduct their annual school fair on Friday,
October 9, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., Saturday, October 10, 2015
from 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 11, 2015 from 12:00 p.m.
until 8:00 p.m. to allow the sale of beer (delivery and pickup date 10/8/15
10/12/15) beverages, food, erect three tents and have live music; they are granted
permission to erect a temporary sign at the corner of Bonnabel and Veterans
on the neutral ground. In connection with said fair all Jefferson Parish taxes
are hereby waived, provided a permit is obtained from the Department of
Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol 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 Ms. Holly Tietjen,
422 Phosphor 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125786
A resolution granting permission to Assumption of Mary Church, represented
by Christian V. Nguyen, to conduct a Thanksgiving Fair on Saturday, November
28, 2015 from 10:00a.m-10:00p..m. and Sunday, November 29, 2015 from 10:00
a.m.-10:00p.m. at Assumption of Mary Church, 171 Noel Drive, Avondale,
Louisiana 70094; to use an amplified sound system for live entertainment in
association with this event and to include the sale of beer, other beverages
and food; provided that all permits are obtained from the Office of Special
Events, Inspection & Code, the Jefferson Parish Health Department and that
all requirements of said departments are met; and waiving all taxes and in
connection therewith.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to Assumption of Mary Church,
100 Westwood Drive, Marrero, Louisiana 70072, represented by Christian V.
Nguyen, to conduct a Thanksgiving Fair on Saturday, November 28, 2015 from
10:00a.m-10:00p..m. and Sunday, November 29, 2015 from 10:00 a.m.-10:00p.m.
at Assumption of Mary Church, 171 Noel Dr., Avondale, Louisiana 70094;
to use an amplified sound system for live entertainment in association with
this event and to include the sale of beer, other beverages and food; provided
that all permits are obtained from the Office of Special Events, Inspection &
Code, the Jefferson Parish Health Department and that all requirements of said
departments are met; and waiving all taxes and in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Christian V. Nguyen, 100
Westwood Drive, Marrero, Louisiana 70072, to the Department of Citizens
Affairs; to the Health Department; to the Jefferson Parish Fire Department; and
to the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that action on Summary
No. 24330 of an ordinance to resub Lots 13 and 14, Square A, Sparrow Lane
Subdivision is deferred to November 4, 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 7th day of October 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance was
offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24275 ORDINANCE NO. 25020
An ordinance amending Chapter 25 Planning and Development, Article VI.
Comprehensive Plan, Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, and Chapter
40 Zoning of the Code of Ordinances of the Parish of Jefferson; to adopt the
Fairfield Strategic Plan as a subarea plan of the comprehensive plan and add
future land use categories to Ch. 33 related to the Fairfield plan; to add text to
Ch. 33 for the Unrestricted Suburban District (U-1S) and the Fairfield Overlay
District as zoning districts that implement the Fairfield plan; to change the
name of the Unrestricted District (U-1) to Unrestricted Rural District (U-1R)
and make related references in Chapter 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-1S, the U-1 properties outside of the hurricane

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protection levee system to U-1R, all more clearly shown on the map entitled
U-1 Districts and Fairfield Overlay District dated June 24, 2015; to amend
the official future land use map for Fairfield, all more clearly shown on the map
entitled Fairfield Future Land Use dated June 24, 2015; and to provide for
related matters. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 21939, which adopted the Comprehensive Plan on
August 6, 2003, requested and authorized the Planning Department to draft and
submit to the Parish Council those amendments to the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, including all chapters, codes, regulations, policies, procedures and
plans that are needed to implement and administer the Comprehensive Plan;
and,
WHEREAS, Sec. 25-101 Vision statement of the comprehensive plan identifies
key initiatives to enhance the quality of life of Jefferson Parish, including that
the parish Capitalize on the Tournament Players Club golf course by promoting
development of high quality planned developments on the West Bank that will
attract residents from throughout the region and stimulate business growth; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson EDGE economic development strategy further
promotes Churchill/Fairfield with the statement that this area of the Parish
provides the greatest opportunity for growth; and
WHEREAS, one of the tasks identified in Sec. 25-407 Plan implementation
table of the Comprehensive Plan and in Objective 1.1.3 of the Jefferson EDGE
economic development strategy is the preparation of sub-area plans for specific
areas of the parish; and
WHEREAS, given its importance to the economic development of the parish,
the Churchill/Fairfield area warrants a sub-area plan; and
WHEREAS, over $66 million in public investment from the TPC Louisiana
golf course, the Churchill Technology Park, and the Patrick F. Taylor School
and Conference Center already has been invested in Churchill/Fairfield, with
an anticipated investment of at least $15 million in additional public fund to
establish a branch of Delgado Community College; and
WHEREAS, in 2013 the Parish and JEDCO undertook initial rebranding of
the Churchill/Fairfield area and determined that the existing development has
laid the groundwork for future high quality development; and
WHEREAS, the Westbank Strategic Plan: Rebranding Report recommended
that the Parish complete the wetland delineation of the Churchill/Fairfield area,
pursue a FEMA map amendment, create and adopt a master land use plan, and
address development regulations for the area; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is completing the wetland delineation, is pursuing the
FEMA map amendment, and partnered with the Regional Planning Commission
(RPC) to develop a Fairfield strategic plan; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council authorized the planning process, called for an
evaluation of zoning, and established interim standards and a moratorium in
the Churchill/Fairfield area, by Resolution No. 122220 adopted on January 15,
2014 and extended by Resolution No. 124021adopted on December 10, 2014; and
WHEREAS, RPC Project H.010170JP, DOTD Project No. H.010170 resulted in
the Proposed Strategic Plan: Fairfield Planning Area, dated October 2014; and
WHEREAS, during the planning process, a planning management committee
met with Fairfield property owners and other stakeholders throughout 2014 to
develop the strategic plan; and
WHEREAS, the Fairfield Strategic Plan outlines certain action items that are
necessary to effect positive, high quality development in Fairfield; and
WHEREAS, the plans recommendations reiterate the need to evaluate existing
zoning, particularly the U-1 Unrestricted District that comprises eighty
percent of the Churchill/Fairfield area, and support the adoption of a planned
development district that offers flexibility for unique approaches to development
and development pattern standards that provide certainty for innovative
approaches to development; and
WHEREAS, since its initial adoption and mapping in 1958, the U-1 zoning
district has been considered a holding zone to be rezoned upon determination
by the planning director that changes have been accomplished which will allow
development and use of the area; and
WHEREAS, the planning director has determined that significant development
has been accomplished in the Fairfield/Churchill area, and, further, that the U-1
is ill-suited to realize planning goals for high-quality development because it
allows almost all uses, ranging from residential to industrial, without providing
standards to ensure that uses are compatible, appropriately sited, and well
designed; and
WHEREAS, the planning director has determined that revisions are warranted
to the U-1 district mapped inside of the hurricane protection levee and that a
zoning overlay that reflects the standards of the revised U-1 is also needed to
cover land not zoned U-1, so that future development in the Churchill/Fairfield
area meets planning goals; and
WHEREAS, altogether, nearly $700,000 in federal and local planning funds
have been expended on the rebranding report, wetland delineation, and strategic
planning for Fairfield, and this public investment in planning coupled with the
public investment in land, buildings, and facilities in Fairfield create a reasonable
expectation that the citizens of Jefferson Parish will realize benefits of smart
growth and best practices for the growth and development of the parish; 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 Fairfield strategic
plan text and future land use map amendments and the related zoning text and
map amendments; 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 Chapter 25, Planning and Development, Article VI,
Comprehensive Plan, Sec. 25-253, Land use categories, is hereby amended to
read as follows:
Sec. 25-253. Land use categories.
The land use categories shown on the future land use map are identified
according to the predominant use or maximum level of intensity intended for
that category of land use. When a category designates a maximum percentage
of residential mix, that percentage shall apply to the entire geographic area
designated as said category and forming a cohesive neighborhood unit, business
district, or transportation node. These categories are described below:
(1) Environmentally-based mixed use (EBM). The environmentally-based
mixed use category allows a variety of development options that range from
conservation subdivisions to low intensity recreational and low intensity
hospitality uses in support of eco-tourism. Some recreational uses may serve as
transitional uses prior to conversion to higher intensity development patterns.
Average net density is one (1) dwelling unit per acre and average gross density
is 0.2 dwelling units per acre, but smaller lot sizes are allowed with clustering.
(2) Low density residential (LDR).
a. The low-density residential land use category includes single-family,
detached-unit residential development at a maximum net density of four (4)
dwelling units per acre.
b. In the area subject to the Fairfield strategic plan pursuant to Sec. 25-463
Fairfield of this article, the low-density residential land use category includes
single-family detached and attached residential lots that receive full urban
services at an average net density of six (6) dwelling units per acre and an
average gross density of four (4) dwelling units per acre.
(3) Low-medium density residential (LMR). The low-medium density residential
land use category includes single-family detached-unit residential development
at a maximum net density of nine (9) dwelling units per acre.
(4) Medium density residential (MDR). The medium density residential land use
category includes single-family detached, two-family, three-family, and fourfamily dwellings, townhouses, and condominiums at a maximum net density of
twenty-five (25) dwelling units per acre.
(5) High density residential (HDR). The high density residential land use
category includes townhouses, condominiums, and multi-family apartments up
to a maximum net density of sixty-five (65) dwelling units per acre.
(6) Low intensity commercial (LIC). The low intensity commercial land use
category identifies the more traditional suburban neighborhood and community
oriented retail, services and offices developed at a residential scale. This use
should be developed at the same scale and maintain visual compatibility with
adjacent residential neighborhoods. Properties identified as low intensity
commercial have less intensive employee/acre ratio and rarely exceed two (2)
stories.
(7) High intensity commercial (HIC). The high intensity commercial land use
classification identifies regional commercial centers, employment centers, and
other intensively developed centers and corridors where commercial land uses
predominate.
(8) Neighborhood mixed-use (NMU). The neighborhood mixed-use land use
category designates compact, mixed-use development with a mix of residential
unit types, including single-family dwellings and multi-family residential
development, and neighborhood-based low-intensity retail and professional
offices within walking distance and with convenient access to transit. The
neighborhood mixed use category accommodates a land use mix containing a
maximum of ninety (90) percent residential mix with commercial and civic areas
comprising not more than ten (10) percent of the gross acreage and buildings
generally 1-2 stories in height. The areas of residential mix and commercial and
civic uses include parks and open spaces generally occupying at least twenty
(20) percent of the area. The maximum permitted residential density is twelve
(12) dwelling units per acre with an average net density of eight (8) dwelling
units per acre or an average gross density of 5.6 dwelling units per acre. Average
floor area ratio (FAR) is 0.3 per net acre and 0.03 per gross acre.

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(9) Community mixed-use (CMU).


a. The community mixed-use land use category designates medium density
developed office, commercial, residential, and recreation lands, and mixed-use
centers. The community mixed-use category will accommodate a land use mix
containing a maximum eighty-five (85) percent residential mix with transit stops
and stations, commercial, public, recreational, and office uses. The maximum
permitted residential density is twenty (20) dwelling units per acre.
b. In the area subject to the Fairfield strategic plan pursuant to Sec. 25-463
Fairfield of this article, community mixed use permits the full range of residential
unit types and more intensive commercial development. Civic and commercial
development generally comprises up to sixty-five (65) percent of the site area
and may include buildings up to six (6) stories in height. Sites located in close
proximity to NOLA Motorsports will have little or no residential development.
Typically developed following TND principles, parks and open spaces generally
occupy twenty (20) percent of the site area. Average net density is twelve (12)
dwelling units per acre and average gross density is eight (8) dwelling units per
acre. Average net FAR is 0.5 and average gross FAR is 0.32.
(10) Regional mixed-use (RMU). The regional mixed use land use category
designates high density developed with a core of professional offices, hotels,
public uses, recreational uses, and retail services. The focus of this category
is on offices and retail services that will attract residents from the region. The
regional mixed-use category will accommodate a land use mix containing
a maximum forty-five (45) percent residential mix with transit stations,
public uses, recreation, commercial and office uses. The maximum permitted
residential density is sixty-five (65) dwelling units per acre.
(11) Corporate campus (CC). The corporate campus land use category designates
development designed as a walkable mix of employment and support services
that typically is centered around and managed by a single corporate entity. The
corporate campus includes offices with limited support retail and restaurants
located within buildings or at the edge of the development. Limited high density
residential uses may be located on the periphery of the site or on abutting parcels,
and may include hotels in addition to residential uses. Average net density is six
(6) dwelling units per acre and average gross density is 0.6 dwelling units per
acre. FAR ranges from 0.40 to 1.0 and average gross FAR is 0.7.
(12) Business park (BP). The business park land use category identifies
more intensive office uses and business and professional services, as well as
supporting uses for employees. Included uses are research and development
activities, educational facilities, business and professional services, and other
support-related activities and services, such as limited retail and service uses,
restaurants, day care centers, and other types of amenities in a park-like setting.
Restricted light production or manufacturing and warehousing may occur but
are secondary to office and other business and professional services. Other
activities and amenities typically cater to the needs of the tenants located in
the park and to businesses, employees and residents in the surrounding area.
FAR generally ranges from 0.20 to 0.50 depending on the size and number of
buildings located within the business park, with an average gross FAR of 0.35.
(13) Industrial park (IP). The industrial park land use category designates
a planned area that provides locations primarily for light production or
manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, and related office uses. FAR generally
ranges from 0.10 to 0.50, with an average gross FAR of 0.25. Lower FARs are
generally represented by distribution centers and light industrial office parks.
(14) Light industrial (LI). The light industrial land use classification identifies
light distribution, research and development, warehouse, assembly, light
processing, and manufacturing uses throughout Jefferson Parish.
(15) Heavy industrial (HI). The heavy industrial land use classification identifies
heavy warehousing and distribution, landfills, manufacturing, and hazardous
material handling and storage.
(16) Hospital (HSP). The hospital land use category designates hospitals, and
their associated uses within proximity of a hospital.
(17) Public/quasi-public/institutional (PUB). Public/quasi-public/institutional
land uses identify community facilities and institutions. These lands include:
government administration buildings and offices, fire stations, utilities,
churches and similar religious institutions, schools, colleges and educational
research lands.
(18) Resource lands (RES). Resource lands category includes either publicly
or privately owned lands allocated primarily for fishing, hunting, forestry, and
agriculture. Included in this category are natural lands not currently in use and
land not anticipated to develop by 2020.
(19) Recreation (REC). Recreation lands category includes a broad range of
either publicly or privately owned lands and/or active or passive recreational
facilities and may include parks, playgrounds, golf courses, nature preserves,
wildlife management areas, recreation centers, racetracks, indoor and outdoor
amusements, ATV trails, and similar uses, as well as supporting uses including
hospitality uses, conference facilities, and restaurants. The Recreation lands
category has an average gross FAR of 0.05.
(20) Batture (BAT). Batture lands are composed of lands along the Mississippi
River not protected by levees and governed by the provisions of the Batture
zoning district.
(21) Under study (US). Under study land use category identifies sections of the
parish that are currently undergoing special planning studies. Specific land uses
within these areas are not in the purview of the Comprehensive Plan and will be
incorporated by reference upon completion.
The land use categories as defined herein and shown on the future land use
map are recommendations of future land use. Upon plan adoption by the parish
council, the land use categories will not automatically change the existing
zoning or the permitted uses. Notwithstanding the designated future land use
category, land uses related to agriculture, timber, natural resource exploration
and extraction, and other resource-based uses are allowed as interim uses in
undeveloped areas of the parish until such time as those areas are developed.
SECTION II. That Chapter 25, Planning and Development, Article VI,
Comprehensive Plan, Division 9, Sub-area Plans is hereby amended to read as
follows:
Sec. 25-463. Fairfield.
The Fairfield Strategic Plan, adopted by Ordinance No. <enacting ordinance
number> on <effective date>, and all subsequent amendments therein, is hereby
made a part of this article, and all text, tables, maps, and other graphics shall
form a part of this article as if all the matter and information set forth thereon
were fully described and copied herein. The Fairfield Strategic Plan applies to
the area of the West Bank of Jefferson Parish 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. The plan is accessible from the Jefferson Parish
Planning Department.
Secs. 25-46425-499. Reserved.
SECTION III. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 2. Procedures,
Section 33-2.24. Conditional use permit is hereby amended to clarify that it only
applies to the Unrestricted Suburban district (U-1S) and to add subsection B. and
re-letter subsequent subsections accordingly to read as follows:
Sec. 33-2.24. Conditional use permit.
This section applies to certain uses that because of unique characteristics or
potential impacts on adjacent and nearby land uses, are not permitted as a matter
of right but which may, under appropriate standards and factors, be approved.
Compliance with the generally applicable requirements may not be sufficient,
and additional measures and conditions may be necessary to mitigate the impact
of the proposed development. These uses shall be permitted through the issuance
of a conditional use permit (CUP) within a site plan approved by the Parish
Council after ensuring that the use can be appropriately accommodated on the
specific property; that it will conform to the Comprehensive Plan; that it can be
constructed and operated in a manner that is compatible with the surrounding
land uses and overall character of the community; and that the public interest,
health, safety, and general welfare will be promoted. For purposes of this Code,
a special permitted use is the same as a conditional use.
A. Applicability. The conditional use permit procedures apply only to any
conditional use permit authorized in this UDC. The provisions of this section
apply to any application for approval of a conditional use enumerated by a
C in the applicable use matrix. Conditional uses are those uses that may be
compatible with the land uses permitted by right but that require individual
review of their location, design, and configuration, and the imposition of
conditions or mitigations in order to ensure the appropriateness of the use at a
particular location within the zoning district.
B. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, agricultural, timber, natural
resource exploration and extraction, and other resource based uses are permitted
and authorized in undeveloped areas of the U-1S without the requirement of a
conditional use permit until such time as those specific areas are approved for
development by the Council.
SECTION IV. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 3. Zoning,
Sec. 33-3.50. Mixed-use Base Zoning Districts, Table 33-3.50-1. Authorized
Land Uses for Mixed-Use Base Zoning Districts is hereby amended by clarifying
the interpretation instructions and adding authorized uses for the U-1S district to
read as follows (all existing districts in table to remain unchanged):
Sec. 33-3.50. Mixed-use base zoning districts use matrix.
B. Interpretation.
1. LBCS hierarchy.
a. No entry. The LBCS function codes establish a four-digit hierarchy of uses
with digits to the right expressing greater specificity. Where no entry appears
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1110), the uses described more specifically in the rows below (1111 and 1112 in
the above example) indicate whether or not a specific use is authorized.
b. Entry. Where an entry appears in the zoning district columns of Table 333.50-1. for a general use (for example 2520) and also for a more specific use
(for example 2521) within the same classification, the more specific code and its
entry shall govern.
Table 33-3.50-1. Authorized Land Uses for Mixed-Use Base Zoning Districts

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SECTION V. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 3 Zoning,


Section 33-3.4. Master Use matrix, Table 33-3.4.3-1. Master Use Matrix is hereby
amended to add LBCS classifications and amend existing LBCS classifications
and definitions to read as follows:
Table 33-3.4.3-1.Master Use Matrix.

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SECTION VI. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 3 Zoning,


Section 33-3.50. Mixed-use base zoning districts use matrix, Table 33-3.50-1.
Authorized Land Uses for Mixed-Use Base Zoning Districts is hereby amended
to add LBCS function classifications for specific assisted living, board and care
homes, and heliports and helistops and to populate those columns corresponding
to the FC-1, FC-2, FC-3, and U-1S districts to read as follows:
Table 33-3.50-1. Authorized Land Uses for Mixed-Use Base Zoning Districts

SECTION VII. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 3 Zoning,


Sec. 33-3.58. Unrestricted Suburban (U-1S) (reserved). is hereby amended to
read as follows:
Sec. 33-3.58. Unrestricted Suburban District (U-1S)
Sec. 33-3.58.1. Purpose.
The Unrestricted Suburban District implements the following policies:
A. Encourage patterns of development that provide a full range of housing and
business choices and promote the efficient provision of infrastructure;
B. Provide flexibility in the planning and construction of development projects
by allowing a combination of uses developed in accordance with design
standards or an approved plan that protects adjacent properties;
C. Accommodate well-designed development sites that provide transportation
access, make the most efficient use of infrastructure, and provide for orderly
transitions and buffers between uses of different intensities or densities;
D. Ensure that proposed land uses and development are compatible in their use,
character, and size to the site and the surrounding areas;
E. Promote development that complements existing development and protects
public and private investments in the district;
F. Allow for market and design flexibility while preserving neighborhood
character;
G. Encourage economic development activities that will strengthen the
community, provide educational, training, and employment opportunities, and
provide necessary support services;
H. Facilitate the development and expansion of targeted industries, including
light manufacturing and assembly, research, high technology, regional
distribution, and business incubator facilities;
I. Provide for a mix of light manufacturing, office park, flex space, recreational,
retail, and service uses with proper screening and buffering to ensure
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J. Encourage the preservation and enhancement of natural amenities, cultural


resources, and the natural features of a site that relate to its topography, shape,
and size;
K. Promote walkable, pedestrian-scale streetscapes; and
L. Promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public by creating an
environment that is aesthetically pleasing and promotes economic development
through enhanced quality of life.
Sec. 33-3.58.2. Generally.
A. For the purposes of this district, development shall be categorized as follows:
1. Residential uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to residential use, including LBCS function codes 1100 and
1200. Residential districts shall mean: Suburban S1, Single-family Residential
R1A, Suburban Residential R1B, Rural Residential R1C, Rural Residential R1D,
Manufactured Home R1MH, Two-family Residential R2, Three- and Fourfamily Residential RR3, Townhouses RTH, and Multiple-family Residential R3;
2. Institutional uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to institutional use, including LBCS function code 6000;
3. Commercial uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to commercial use, including LBCS function codes 1300,
2000, 4170, 4200, and 5000;
4. Industrial uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to industrial use, including LBCS function codes 3000; 4000,
excluding 4170, 4200, and 4300 except public infrastructure or utility services
such as electric power, natural gas, water supply, and sewage removal; 7000;
8000; and 9000, except for noncommercial agriculture, forestry, fishing, and
hunting.
B. Where the applicant chooses to develop pursuant to the standards and
procedures of a development pattern established in Article 5 Supplemental
conditions of this UDC and permitted in this district, the regulations and
standards of the development pattern that is approved shall govern.
C. Standards not specifically addressed in this district shall be governed by the
applicable provisions of this UDC or in Chapter 40 Zoning of this Code.
Sec. 33-3.58.3. Authorized uses.
A. Use Matrix. See Table 33-3.50-1, Authorized Land Uses for Mixed-Use Base
Zoning Districts of this UDC for authorized uses.
1. Interpretation.
a. A P indicates that the listed use is allowed by-right within the respective
zoning district; however, a use indicated with a P in the U-1S district shall
require a conditional use permit if the criteria described in 33-3.58.3. A. 2.
(below) apply to the use.
b. An S indicates that the listed use is allowed subject to the supplemental use
regulations established in the zoning district standards, in Article 5 of this UDC,
or elsewhere in the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. Supplemental use
regulations may require a conditional use permit in addition to any supplemental
conditions established for the specific use.
c. A C indicates that the listed use is allowed only after review and approval
of a conditional use permit by the Parish Council in accordance with Sec. 332.24 Conditional use permit, except that the two-year renewal requirement for
conditional uses shall not apply.
2. Conditional use permit required.
a. Residential districts, dwellings, or housing services located less than three
thousand (3,000) feet from the nearest portion of the NOLA Motorsports main
track, excluding the cart track, in operation at the time of adoption of Council
Ordinance No. <enacting ordinance number> on <effective date>.;
b. Single-, two-, three-, and four-family developments exceeding ten (10) lots or
two (2) acres;
c. Multi-family developments and housing services exceeding forty (40) dwelling
units or on a development site exceeding thirty thousand (30,000) square feet;
d. Any addition of dwelling lots, or acreage on any property adjacent to the same
subdivision or development site that causes the building, site, or development
to exceed ten (10) lots or two (2) acres, or forty (40) dwelling units or thirty
thousand (30,000) square feet, as applicable; or
e. Commercial buildings or uses alone or in the aggregate exceeding twentyfive thousand (25,000) square feet of gross floor area or on a development site
exceeding one (1) acre.
B. Development patterns. The following development patterns are permitted in
the U-1S district subject to the supplemental standards in Article 5 Supplemental
conditions, Division 2 Development patterns of this UDC:
1. Mixed-use buildings, except that a building containing a residential component
that exceeds 40 dwelling units, or on a development site that exceeds thirty
thousand (30,000) square feet, or a building containing a commercial component
that exceeds 25,000 square feet of gross floor area or on a development site
exceeding thirty thousand (30,000) square feet shall be a conditional use;
2. Mid-rise to high-rise buildings, except that any application to exceed height
allowed by right shall require a conditional use permit.
C. Accessory uses or structures. Accessory uses or structures are allowed in
accordance with Sec. 33-5.3.1, Accessory uses in a dwelling, and Sec. 33-5.3.2,
Accessory buildings, structures, and uses, in Article 5 Supplemental Conditions,
of this UDC.
D. Home occupations. Home occupations are allowed in accordance with Sec.
33-5.3.7. Home occupations in Article 5 Supplemental conditions, of this UDC.
Sec. 33-3.58.4. Supplemental conditions for specific uses.
A bar or drinking place, including a drive-through alcoholic beverage service
(LBCS function code 2540 or 2541) shall be located at least three hundred
(300) feet measured radially from the property line of the bar or drinking place
to the property line of any residential district, dwelling, nursery or preschool
(LBCS function code 6110), grade school (LBCS function code 6120), social
assistance, welfare, or charitable service (LBCS function code 6560), religious
institution (LBCS function code 6600), or public recreational day camp, park,
or playground.
Sec. 33-3.58.5. Dimensional standards.
The dimensional standards within the U-1S district are provided in Tables 333.58.5-1 and 33-3.58.5-2.

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Sec. 33-3.58.6. Development standards.


Sec. 33-3.58.6.1. Development standards by development type. In addition to the
general development standards of this UDC, the following standards shall apply
to each development type. Where there is a conflict, the following standards
shall govern.
A. Residential development.
1. Multiple family developments (LBCS function code 1150) and housing
services (LBCS function code 1200). Where exceeding forty (40) dwelling units
or on a development site exceeding thirty thousand (30,000) square feet, multifamily developments and housing services shall be conditional uses subject to
the following development standards:
a. Facades greater than one-hundred (100) feet in length, measured horizontally,
or that face single-family dwellings shall incorporate wall plane projections or
recesses to create articulated exterior form at intervals of not more than onehundred (100) feet;
b. Buildings shall be arranged so that they face a sidewalk or common open
space such as a courtyard, green, square, or plaza;
c. Sidewalks shall be constructed within the development to link residential
buildings with other destinations, such as, but not limited to, parking, adjoining
streets and sidewalks, mailboxes, trash disposal, or greenways and any other
amenities such as recreation areas; and
d. Outdoor lighting shall be provided for security and shall be oriented
downward so that light is not directed into dwelling units on or adjacent to the
multi-family site.
B. Commercial development.
Commercial development shall be subject to the following provisions:
1. All commercial uses or development shall comply with the following
standards:
a. Exterior wall material including brick, stone, architectural block, stucco,
glass, wood, fiber-cement siding, and vinyl siding, and excluding prefabricated
or corrugated metal panels and mirrored glass shall apply to all building sides
that face a street, and to the entire building where located within one hundred
fifty (150) feet measured radially from the property line to a residential district
or a residential subdivision of at least ten (10) lots;
b. Awnings are encouraged at the entrance or along the street facing side of any
building;
c. Service yards or loading/unloading areas shall be located behind the front
building line as seen from any street view and shall be set back and screened
from an adjacent institutional development or residential district, dwelling, or
development in accordance with Sec. 33-3.58.6.5. B. Buffers of this district;
d. Solid or bulk waste containers shall be located at least ten (10) feet from the
property line abutting an institutional development or a residential district,
dwelling, or development and screened in accordance with Sec. 16-4 Bulk waste
containers in Chapter 16 Garbage and other solid waste of this Code and Sec.
33-3.58.6.5. B. Buffers of this district;
e. Mechanical equipment, electrical meter and service components, and similar
utility devices, whether ground level, wall mounted, or roof mounted, shall be
screened from view at the front property line or side property line on a corner
lot.
2. Commercial buildings or uses alone or in the aggregate not exceeding
twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet of gross floor area, a standard that
distinguishes neighborhood and general commercial in Chapter 40 Zoning of
this Code, or on a site not exceeding one (1) acre shall be subject to the following
standards:
a. The principal entrance shall open onto a square, plaza, or walkway connected
to a sidewalk in the public right-of-way;
b. The ground floor of all buildings shall be designed to encourage and to
complement pedestrian-scale activity. Uses on the ground floor shall be visible
from and accessible to the street through the use of windows and doors on at least
fifty (50) percent of the length of the first-floor street frontage. Where windows
are used they shall be transparent, meaning that the window is constructed of
non-reflective, clear, or lightly tinted glass; and
c. Parking shall be located to the rear or side of the principal building or principal
use, and shall not extend in front of the front building line or, on a corner lot, in
the area between the street right-of-way and the side building line, except that
one (1) aisle providing access to one (1) or two (2) rows of parking stalls may be
located in front of the front or in the area between the street right-of-way and
the side building line on a corner lot. When the front or side building line is
not uniform, for these purposes the building line is the portion of the building
closest to the street. The Board of Zoning Adjustments shall not grant setback
or parking variances to allow parking in front of the front building line or in the
area between the street right-of-way and the side building line on a corner lot in
excess of this one (1) aisle allowed by right.
C. Industrial development.
Industrial development shall be subject to the following development standards:
1. All manufacturing, processing, testing, assembling, finishing, and
transforming of materials, substances, or components shall be contained and
conducted completely within buildings or structures;
2. The storage of materials, substances, or components, except for hazardous,
flammable, or toxic materials as defined in Chapter 13 Fire prevention and
protection; emergency services and communication; and hazardous materials,
Sec. 13-121 Hazardous material of this Code, and heavy equipment associated
with construction-related uses (LBCS function code 7000), may occur in open
areas outdoors, subject to the requirements of Sec. 33-3.58.6.5. B. Buffers of
this district;
3. Authorized storage in open areas outdoors excludes sand yards, gravel yards,
coal yards, lime yards, gypsum yards, railroad yards, automobile wrecking
yards, junkyards, scrap metal or recycling yards, waste storage yards; or yards
that store any chemicals defined in Chapter 13, Fire prevention and protection;
emergency services and communication; and hazardous materials, Sec. 13121 Hazardous material of this Code. Any area that stores cement, concrete,
or similar material as a powder shall be designed and maintained to minimize
the emission of dust into the air, and roads providing access to the area shall be
maintained in a dust-free condition by surfacing or treatment on a regular basis
as may be specified by the Parish Environmental Affairs Department;
4. See Chapter 16 Garbage and other solid waste of this Code for regulations
pertaining to solid or bulk waste storage. Solid or bulk waste storage shall
be set back from any adjacent residential district, dwelling, or institutional
development by a buffer a minimum width of thirty (30) feet pursuant to Sec.
33-3.58.6.5. B. Buffers of this district.
5. Noise, unshielded light, smell, dust, or any other airborne nuisance shall not
be perceptible beyond the property line of the industrial development site;
6. There shall be no emission of any fume, vapor, or gas of a noxious, toxic,
or corrosive nature that can cause damage or irritation to humans, animals,
vegetation, or to any form of property; see Chapter 17 Health and sanitation
Article III Air pollution control of this Code for prohibitions and limitations on
emissions and escapes into the air;
7. See Chapter 27 Water, sewerage and drainage of this Code for prohibitions and
limitations on discharges into the water, sewer, and drainage systems;
8. Landscaping and buffers are required pursuant to Sec. 33-3.58.6.5.
Landscaping of this district;
9. Exterior wall material including brick, stone, architectural block, stucco,
glass, wood, fiber-cement siding, and vinyl siding, and excluding prefabricated
or corrugated metal panels and mirrored glass, shall apply to all building sides
that face a street and to all building facades where located within one hundred
fifty (150) feet measured radially from the property line to a residential district
or to a residential subdivision of at least ten (10) lots;
10. Heliports and helistops shall meet all applicable federal, state, and local
regulations and be located at least three thousand (3,000) feet from any
residential district, dwelling, or institutional development, except that a hospital
(LBCS function code 6530) may have accessory helistops.
Sec. 33-3.58.6.2. Utilities and utility services shall be subject to the provisions
of Sec. 40-748, Regulations for public utility structures in Chapter 40 Zoning
of this Code, except that transmission lines for any utility shall require a
conditional use permit. Production of electric power from sources including
alternative sources such as solar or wind is permitted as an accessory use or
structure, except that nuclear sources are prohibited.
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commercial or industrial development, of any goods, material or merchandise in


the same place for more than 24 hours shall comply with the following standards:
A. All outdoor storage areas shall be located in the rear or side of the property
and screened from adjacent properties in accordance with Sec. 33-3.58.6.5. B.
Buffers of this district;
B. All storage areas shall be completely screened from the public street view to a
height of at least six (6) feet by landscaping, fencing, or combination thereof, or
to a height sufficient to obscure the storage area as determined by the Planning
Director.
C. Outdoor storage of hazardous, flammable, or toxic substances as defined
in Chapter 13 Fire prevention and protection; emergency services and
communication; and hazardous materials, Sec. 13-121 Hazardous material of
this Code.is prohibited, except as an accessory use in a completely enclosed
accessory structure, subject to the requirements of Chapter 13 of this Code.
As approved by the Fire Director or Chief, accessory chemical and fuel tanks
shall be built to industry safety standards and shall include containment, and
accessory fuel tanks that qualify as bulk storage shall be completely enclosed in
a double-walled tank.
D. The unenclosed or unsheltered storage or keeping of any old, stripped,
wrecked, partially dismantled, or otherwise non-operating vehicles, machinery,
implements, equipment, building materials, or personal property of any kind,
which is no longer in good operating condition or safely usable for the purposes
for which it was manufactured is prohibited, pursuant to Article III Trash,
vegetation and property maintenance in Chapter 19 Nuisances of this Code.
Sec. 33-3.58.6.4. Outdoor lighting. Outdoor illumination of any building, yard,
parking or loading area, seating area, plaza, courtyard, landscaping, or similar
purpose shall not be aimed, directed, or reflected, focused, or mounted to cause
direct light from the luminaire to be directed toward residential uses, or to create
up light, spill light, or glare perceptible to persons operating motor vehicles on
public ways. The installation of any mercury-vapor fixture or lamp for use as
outdoor lighting is prohibited. If any luminaire is aimed, directed, reflected,
focused, or mounted to cause direct light from the luminaire to be directed
toward a residential district, dwelling, or institutional development, or to create
up light, spill light, or glare perceptible to persons operating motor vehicles on
public ways, the luminaire shall be redirected or relocated, its height remounted,
or its light output and illumination levels controlled as necessary and determined
by the department of property maintenance/zoning to eliminate such conditions.
Sec. 33-3.58.6.5. Landscaping.
A. Generally. Where landscaping is required, the applicant shall submit a
landscaping plan to the Planning Department that shows compliance with the
buffer and landscape standards of this section to address each applicable site
condition or development. The landscaping plan may be incorporated into a site
plan required by this district. The list of acceptable plant materials, standards for
landscape maintenance, and other specifications are available from the Planning
Department. The Planning Director may approve alternative approaches to the
design, installation, and maintenance of landscaping so long as the approach
meets the purpose of this section to:
1. Protect the health, safety, and general welfare of the public;
2. Improve the appearance of the district;
3. Protect public and private investment;
4. Encourage preservation of existing trees and other significant vegetation;
5. Reduce negative environmental effects of development while protecting and
enhancing the value of developed areas and the surrounding area;
6. Reduce soil erosion and increase infiltration in permeable land areas essential
to stormwater management;
7. Mitigate air, dust, noise, heat, chemical pollution and glare, and other adverse
environmental effects of development;
8. Reduce the heat-island effect of impervious surfaces, such as parking lots,
by cooling and shading the surface area and breaking up large expanses of
pavement;
9. Screen unsightly equipment or materials from the view of persons on public
streets or abutting properties; and
10. Promote innovative approaches.
B. Buffers. A buffer yard is required in accordance with the following standards:
1. Where commercial development is adjacent to a residential district, dwelling,
or institutional development, the buffer yard shall be located on the commercial
property and be a minimum width of ten (10) feet and planted with one (1) class
A tree, one class B tree, and ten (10) shrubs for each fifty (50) linear feet or
fraction thereof.
2. Where industrial development is adjacent to commercial development, the
buffer yard shall be located on the industrial property and be a minimum width
of twenty (20) feet and planted with one (1) class A tree, one (1) class B tree, and
ten (10) shrubs for each fifty (50) linear feet or fraction thereof.
3. Where industrial development is adjacent to a residential district, dwelling,
or institutional development, excluding the residences of industrial-related
caretakers or personnel employed upon the premises and their families, the
buffer yard shall be located on the industrial property and be a minimum width
of thirty (30) feet and planted with one (1) class A tree, two (2) class B trees, and
twelve (12) shrubs for each fifty (50) linear feet or fraction thereof.
4. All required shrubs shall be evergreen and a minimum height of 24 inches
at planting. Required trees shall be a minimum caliper of two (2) inches and a
minimum height of twelve (12) feet at planting, and fifty (50) percent of required
trees shall be evergreen.
5. In addition to the required landscaping, an opaque wood, brick, or masonry
fence or wall with a minimum height of seven (7) feet and maximum height of
eight (8) feet shall be constructed along the common lot line of the commercial
or industrial development and the abutting district, use, or development,
as applicable; except where adjacent to a residential district, dwelling, or
institutional development, this opaque barrier shall be a wall. A berm may
substitute for the fence or wall where industrial abuts commercial and approved
by the Planning Director. No fence or wall is required if an existing fence or
wall provided on an abutting property meets the requirements. Only one of
the following shall be required along the common side or rear lot lines of two
abutting industrial properties or two abutting commercial properties:
a. A fence or wall with a minimum height of seven (7) feet and a maximum
height of eight (8) feet or
b. A landscaped buffer area with a minimum screening height of at least six (6)
feet.
6. The buffer yard shall be provided continuously along the side or rear lot lines
of the commercial or industrial development, as applicable, and may comprise
new plant materials or existing plant materials that meet the requirements of
this section and as identified on the approved plant list. Where utility lines, wall
footings, or similar underground or overhead encumbrances conflict with class
A trees, class B trees may substitute as approved by the Planning Director;
7. The buffer area may be located in a required building setback;
8. No outdoor storage, service yard, bulk or solid waste storage, parking, or
structures, except for necessary utility boxes and equipment, shall be located
within the buffer area;
9. The Board of Zoning Adjustments shall not grant a variance to these buffer
requirements for commercial or industrial development where adjacent to
a residential district, dwelling, or institutional development, Including the
application of these requirements in other sections of this district.
C. Streetscape landscaping. All commercial or industrial development, and all
multiple-family residential dwellings or housing services exceeding forty (40)
dwelling units or on a development site exceeding thirty thousand (30,000)
square feet, shall provide one (1) class A tree or two (2) class B trees, a minimum
caliper of two (2) inches and height of twelve (12) feet at planting, for each fifty
(50) linear feet or fraction thereof along a street or roadway behind the rightof-way line or, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 37 of this code,
between a sidewalk and the edge of the paved surface of a roadway, subject to
the approved plant list and the following conditions:
1. If a building is set back less than ten (10) feet from the front lot line or side
lot line on a corner lot, or if existing or proposed utility lines along the right-ofway prevent the planting of trees on the development site or in the right-of-way,
the Planning Director may approve the substitution of other permanent plant
materials, if practical, for the trees, and shall require the planting of ornamental
shrubs and plants if a planting area at least three (3) feet wide is available;
2. A parking lot with five (5) or more parking spaces that is not completely
obscured from view of a public street by a building shall be screened from view
of the street by a planting area a minimum width of ten (10) feet and planted with
one (1) class A tree or two (2) class B trees, a minimum caliper of two (2) inches
and height of twelve (12) feet at planting, for each fifty (50) linear feet of street
frontage or fraction thereof and one of the following:
a. A continuous evergreen hedge a minimum height of twenty-four (24) inches
at planting, or
b. An earth berm installed along the perimeter of the parking area with a
minimum height of two (2) feet constructed on the planting area. The berm shall
be landscaped with a continuous hedge a minimum of eight (8) inches at planting
and grass, ground cover, or other landscaping.
Trees are identified on the approved plant list and may be planted in front of,
behind, or within the hedge.
3. Grouping or clustering of street trees is permitted where utilities or public
facilities conflict or required clear vision areas prevent the minimum spacing
requirements.
D. Parking lot landscaping. A parking lot with ten (10) or more parking spaces
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parking spaces or fraction thereof and planted with one (1) class A tree or two
(2) class B trees, a minimum caliper of two (2) inches and height of twelve (12)
feet at planting, as identified on the approved plant list. No parking space shall
be separated from a tree by more than ninety (90) feet; perimeter landscaping
may be used to meet this requirement. Distance may be increased by combining
or grouping interior islands up to a maximum of one hundred eighty (180) feet.
E. Existing natural vegetation may be used to meet the requirements for a
landscape planting area if it provides complete visual screening and equivalent
planting units as determined by the Parish landscape architect;
Sec. 33-3.58.6.6. Parking, loading, and clear vision areas. See Article XXXV,
Off-street parking, loading, and clear vision area regulations in Chapter 40,
Zoning of this Code.
Sec. 33-3.58.7. Signs.
A. Generally. Article XXXVI, General sign regulations in Chapter 40 Zoning
of this Code shall supplement these standards and apply for any standards that
are not provided in this section. To the extent of any inconsistency between the
regulations in Chapter 40 and the standards in this section, this section shall
govern. For these purposes, business shall mean LBCS function codes 1200,
1330, 2000, 3000, 4100 except 4171, 4200, 5100-5400, 6130, 6140, 6510-6540,
6700, and 7000.
B. Detached signs. Each development site upon which a business is located may
have one (1) detached sign, subject to the following standards.
1. Generally.
a. A detached sign may include an electronic variable message (EVM) sign not
exceeding fifty (50) percent of the allowable detached sign area or one hundred
(100) square feet, whichever is less, in accordance with EVM sign regulations
in Article XXXVI General sign regulations in Chapter 40 Zoning of this Code,
except that an EVM sign shall be located a minimum of one hundred fifty (150)
feet from any one-, two-, three-, or four-family residential zoning district or use
and only one (1) detached EVM sign shall be permitted on a development site.
b. A detached sign shall be located in a landscape area of one hundred (100)
square feet, except that the planning director may reduce this area to meet
requirements for parking or clear vision area.
c. A business located on a corner lot may have a second detached sign on the
secondary frontage, provided that the second sign shall not exceed one half the
allowable sign area of the primary sign.
d. A development site that exceeds four hundred (400) linear feet of frontage
along a street classified as a minor arterial or higher on the Jefferson Parish
Thoroughfare Plan and has a building or buildings with multiple tenants may
have one (1) additional detached sign for each additional four hundred (400)
linear feet or fraction thereof of street frontage, on condition that a minimum
distance of four hundred (400) feet measured radially is provided between the
detached signs and no sign exceeds one hundred (100) square feet.
e. No detached sign shall be located within seventy-five (75) feet of a residential
district or use.
2. Monument. One (1) monument sign not exceeding twelve (12) feet in height
and one (1) square foot per linear foot of street frontage up to a maximum of
one hundred (100) square feet in area is allowed per development site on a street
classified as a minor arterial or higher on the Jefferson Parish Thoroughfare
Plan. On other streets, a monument sign shall be limited to ten (10) feet in height
and fifty (50) square feet.
3. Pole. Instead of a monument sign, development sites that front on U.S.
Highway 90 may have one (1) pole sign not exceeding twenty (20) feet in height
and one (1) square foot per linear foot of street frontage up to a maximum of two
hundred (200) square feet in area. The sign shall be set back a minimum of ten
(10) feet from a property line, except that for each foot of setback greater than
ten (10) feet measured from the front property line, the height of the sign may
increase by one (1) foot but shall not exceed a total height of thirty (30) feet.
The area of a sign for a multi-tenant retail or services use may increase by an
additional twenty (20) square feet for each tenant over ten (10) tenants.
C. Attached signs. Each business may have attached signs, subject to the
following standards:
1. Wall, projecting, hanging, or awning. Each business having a direct entry to
a sidewalk or exterior walkway may have the following signs attached to the
building:
a. One (1) wall or projecting sign not exceeding one (1) square foot per linear
foot of building width, or unit width for a multi-tenant building, along a street
frontage per development site, but shall not exceed one hundred (100) square feet
of sign area. A projecting sign may extend up to ten (10) feet from a building but
shall not create a hazard for pedestrians.
b. One (1) hanging sign limited in area to six (6) square feet is allowed to hang
from the underside of a balcony or arcade. Hanging signs must be located at least
eight (8) feet above ground level measured from the bottom of the sign to the
surface of the sidewalk or exterior walkway.
c. Awnings are encouraged to provide shade and protection from rain. In addition
to a wall or projecting sign, one (1) awning sign is allowed not exceeding twenty
(20) square feet and not located more than eight (8) feet above ground level
measured from the bottom of the sign to the surface of the sidewalk or exterior
walkway. If an awning sign is used in place of a wall or projecting sign, the area
shall not exceed the lesser of the allowable wall or projecting sign area or forty
(40) percent of vertical area of the awning on which the sign is located.
d. A business located on a corner lot or within the corner unit of a multi-tenant
building may have a total of two (2) wall, projecting, or hanging signs provided
that:
(1) The total area of all wall, projecting, and hanging signs shall not exceed
one hundred fifty (150) percent of the allowable sign area measured along the
building face that contains the main entrance of the business;
(2) No more than one (1) wall, projecting, or hanging sign shall be located on
each street-facing building faade;
(3) Neither wall or projecting sign shall exceed one hundred (100) square feet of
total sign area and neither hanging sign shall exceed six (6) square feet of total
sign area; and
(4) When the main entrance of the building is located on a building corner, the
permitted sign area shall be measured along the building face associated with
the building address.
2. Canopy. A canopy as defined in this chapter may have one (1) sign not
exceeding twenty (20) square feet on each side facing a street, not to exceed
two (2) signs.
3. Window. Window signs may be etched in or applied to the glass or hung inside
the building, provided that no window sign shall occupy more than twenty-five
(25) percent of a window opening. Any sign etched into, applied to, or hung
within four (4) feet of the inside pane of a window shall be considered a window
sign.
4. Building directory. For buildings with multiple businesses lacking direct
entry from a sidewalk or exterior walkway at ground level, a single building
directory sign not exceeding six (6) square feet in area may be attached to a wall
within eight (8) feet of the buildings primary entry.
5. Address and building name. Addresses shall comply with Sec. 8-3-108 Survey
and street address in Article III Preliminary and other building requirements
of Chapter 8 Buildings and building regulations of this Code, and shall not be
considered part of a sign unless the address is a portion of a business name. The
name of the building may be built into or attached to the wall of the building
or may be a part of a monument sign, but not both wall and monument, and
shall not exceed eight (8) square feet in area, which shall not be included in the
computation of sign area.
6. Directional. Directional signs, limited in area to six (6) square feet each,
giving directions to motorists, bicyclists, or pedestrians regarding the location
of parking areas, access, or ingress or egress, shall be allowed as accessory
signs and not included in computation of allowable sign area. A free-standing
directional sign shall not exceed six (6) feet in height.
7. Menu.
a. A restaurant or snack bar may have a single portable menu sign measuring
four (4) square feet or less but such sign shall not obstruct pedestrian access.
b. Drive-through food services may have one (1) menu board per drive-through
lane, and each menu board shall not:
(1) Exceed forty-eight (48) square feet in area and eight (8) feet in height;
(2) Be located within twenty (20) feet of a property line abutting a residential use
or district or within the first twenty (20) feet of the front of the development site;
(3) Be visible from the street upon which the primary access to the building is
located; and
(4) Have a sound system that produces noise that intrudes into surrounding
development, in accordance with Sec. 20-102 Noise in Chapter 20 Offenses and
miscellaneous provisions, Article V Offenses against public peace, of this Code.
D. Signs for other uses. For sign standards for religious, educational, public,
and institutional uses (LBCS function codes 1321-1323, 4171, 5500, 6121-6126,
6200, 6300, 6400, 6561-6568, 6600, and 6800), see Sec. 40-80 Sign regulations
in Chapter 40 of this Code.
E. Prohibited signs. The following signs shall be prohibited:
1. Flashing signs and signs with animated and scintillating lights;
2. Off-premise signs.
Sec. 33-3.58.8. Development approval.
A. Site plan required. In accordance with Article 2, Sec. 33-2.25. Site Plan of this
UDC, a site plan is required where the application:
1. Requires a conditional use permit;
2. Requires landscaping or buffering;
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4. Requests approval of a commercial or industrial building existing at the


effective date of this ordinance that entails: a land use change resulting in an
increase in required parking; an exterior renovation that costs fifty (50) percent or
more of the market value of the existing building; an addition exceeding twentyfive (25) percent of the gross floor area; or the expansion or reconfiguration of
a parking lot. Existing development shall meet the requirements of this district
to the maximum extent practical, as determined by the Planning Director; and
5. Requests approval of a development pattern in accordance with Division 2,
Development patterns in Article 5, Supplemental conditions of this UDC. A
concept or master site plan is the same as a site plan for these purposes.
B. Amendments.
1. Minor Amendments. Minor amendments to an approved site plan, except for
a conditional use, include adjustments to achieve greater compliance with this
UDC, technical codes, or other applicable regulations or best practices, but do
not:
a. Increase land area; the number of parking spaces by more than five (5) spaces,
number of curb cuts and driveway aprons, number of lots, or number of dwelling
units; either building footprint or gross floor area by more than five (5) percent;
all numbers calculated cumulatively over what was approved in the initial site
plan application;
b. Introduce different land uses that result in an increase in required parking,
setbacks, or similar land use impact;
c. Conflict with adopted technical codes;
d. Request greater variance than that granted by the Board of Zoning
Adjustments;
e. Allow any diminution in required buffers or transition areas; reduction in
parking, clear vision areas, landscaping, or yards required by this UDC; or any
change in the design characteristics or materials required in construction of the
structures; or
f. Result in shifts greater than five (5) percent calculated cumulatively over what
was approved in the initial site plan application, in the width, length, depth, or
diameter of the location of on-site improvements; and
g. Require re-submittal of a site plan application to the Planning Department and
approval of the Planning Director.
2. Major amendments. All other revisions shall be classified as major amendments
and shall be processed in the same manner as the initial site plan submittal.
C. Approval. For applications not requiring legislative approval, if the
planning director determines that the U1-S regulations or development pattern
regulations, as applicable, are fully met, and variances have been granted by
the board of zoning adjustments (BZA) if applicable, the planning director may
grant approval and the development may proceed to the building permit process.
D. Variances or exceptions. The Council may authorize variances from the
standards of the U-1S district and the Fairfield Overlay District (FOD).
SECTION VIII. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Sec. 33-3.69.
Fairfield Overlay Zone (FOD) (Reserved) is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 33-3.69. Fairfield Overlay District (FOD).
Sec. 33-3.69.1. Purpose.
The purpose of the Fairfield Overlay District (FOD) is to realize the vision and
implement the goals, objectives, and policies of the strategic plan for Fairfield,
the area of the West Bank of Jefferson Parish bounded by U.S. Highway 90 on
the north, the Lake Cataouatche levee on the south, Segnette Boulevard and
Bayou Segnette State Park on the east, and the Jefferson/St. Charles parish line
on the west, and to achieve the following general policies:
A. Encourage patterns of development that provide a full range of housing and
business choices and promote the efficient provision of infrastructure;
B. Provide flexibility in the planning and construction of development projects
by allowing a combination of uses developed in accordance with design
standards or an approved plan that protects adjacent properties;
C. Accommodate well-designed development sites that provide transportation
access, make the most efficient use of infrastructure, and provide for orderly
transitions and buffers between uses of different intensities or densities;
D. Ensure that proposed land uses and development are compatible in their use,
character, and size to the site and the surrounding areas;
E. Promote development that complements existing development and protects
public and private investments in the district;
F. Allow for market and design flexibility while preserving neighborhood
character;
G. Encourage economic development activities that will strengthen the
community, provide educational, training, and employment opportunities, and
provide necessary support services;
H. Facilitate the development and expansion of targeted industries, including
light manufacturing and assembly, research, high technology, regional
distribution, and business incubator facilities;
I. Provide for a mix of light manufacturing, office park, flex space, recreational,
retail, and service uses with proper screening and buffering to ensure
compatibility with adjoining uses;
J. Encourage the preservation and enhancement of natural amenities, cultural
resources, and the natural features of a site that relate to its topography, shape,
and size;
K. Promote walkable, pedestrian-scale streetscapes;
L. Promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public by creating an
environment that is aesthetically pleasing and promotes economic development
through enhanced quality of life; and
M. Achieve the goals, objectives, and policies of the comprehensive plan.
Sec. 33-3.69.2. Generally.
A. For the purposes of this district, development shall be categorized as follows:
1. Residential uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to residential use, including LBCS function codes 1100 and
1200. Residential districts shall mean: Suburban S1, Single-family Residential
R1A, Suburban Residential R1B, Rural Residential R1C, Rural Residential R1D,
Manufactured Home R1MH, Two-family Residential R2, Three- and Fourfamily Residential RR3, Townhouses RTH, and Multiple-family Residential R3;
2. Institutional uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to institutional use, including LBCS function code 6000;
3. Commercial uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to commercial use, including LBCS function codes 1300,
2000, 4170, 4200, and 5000;
4. Industrial uses or development shall mean land, buildings, or structures
devoted primarily to industrial use, including LBCS function codes 3000; 4000,
excluding 4170, 4200, and 4300 except public infrastructure or utility services
such as electric power, natural gas, water supply, and sewage removal; 7000;
8000; and 9000, except for noncommercial agriculture, forestry, fishing, and
hunting.
B. Where the applicant chooses to develop pursuant to the standards and
procedures of a development pattern established in Article 5 Supplemental
conditions of this UDC and permitted in this district, the regulations and
standards of the development pattern that is approved shall govern.
Sec. 33-3.69.3. Authorized uses.
Permitted uses in the FOD are those uses permitted in the underlying zoning
district, except that the following modifications shall apply where uses described
in this section are authorized in the underlying zoning district:
A. Conditional use permit required.
Any use that requires a conditional use permit in the U-1S district shall require a
conditional use permit in the FOD in accordance with Sec. 33-2.24. Conditional
use permit of this UDC. See Table 33-3.50-1. Authorized Land Uses for MixedUse Base Zoning Districts, and Sec. 33-3.58.3. Authorized uses of this UDC
for uses that require a conditional use permit the U-1S district. Any type of
development meeting the criteria listed in Sec. 33-3.58.3. A. 2. shall require a
conditional use permit in the FOD.
B. Prohibited uses.
Any use prohibited in the underlying zoning district or in the U-1S district shall
be prohibited in the FOD.
C. Development patterns.
The following development patterns are permitted in the Fairfield Overlay
District subject to the supplemental standards in Article 5 Supplemental
conditions, Division 2 Development patterns of this UDC:
1. Mixed-use buildings, except that a building containing a residential component
that exceeds 40 dwelling units or on a development site that exceeds thirty
thousand (30,000) square feet, or a building containing a commercial component
that exceeds 25,000 square feet of gross floor area or on a development site
exceeding thirty thousand (30,000) square feet shall be a conditional use;
2. Mid-rise to high-rise buildings, except that any application to exceed height
allowed by right shall be a conditional use.
D. Accessory uses or structures. Accessory uses or structures are allowed in
accordance with Sec. 33-5.3.1, Accessory uses in a dwelling, and Sec. 33-5.3.2,
Accessory buildings, structures, and uses, within Article 5. Supplemental
conditions of this UDC.
E. Home occupations. Home occupations are allowed in accordance with Sec.
33-5.3.7. Home occupations in Article 5 Supplemental conditions, of this UDC.
F. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, agricultural, timber, natural
resource exploration and extraction, and other resource based uses are permitted
and authorized in undeveloped areas of the U-1S and/or FOD without further
approval until such time as those specific areas are approved for development
by the Council.
Sec. 33-3.69.4. Supplemental conditions for specific uses.
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Sec. 33-3.69.5. Dimensional standards.
The dimensional standards of the underlying zoning district shall apply, except
that minimum setbacks required for commercial or industrial development
to provide landscaping and buffering shall be those requirements of the
Unrestricted Suburban District, Sec. 33-3.58.6.5. Landscaping of this UDC.
Sec. 33-3.69.6. Development standards.
The development standards of the Unrestricted Suburban District, Sec. 333.58.8. and in Article 6, General development standards of this UDC shall apply.
Sec. 33-3.69.7. Signs.
The sign regulations of the Unrestricted Suburban District, Sec. 33-3.58.7. Signs
shall apply. Off-premise signs are prohibited.
Sec. 33-3.69.8. Stormwater management.
Supplemental to stormwater management provisions in Article VII. Adequate
public facilities required, Sec. 33-7.4. Stormwater of this UDC, applications
for subdivision plat or site plan approval are encouraged to provide an analysis
of integrated, low-impact stormwater management design that uses green
infrastructure as described in the Fairfield strategic plan to minimize the impact
of development on the existing drainage system, reduce flooding, subsidence,
and infrastructure costs over time, enhance water and air quality, and provide
neighborhood amenities such as water features and greenways.
Sec. 33-3.69.9. Development approval.
The provisions in the Unrestricted Suburban District, Sec. 33-3.58.8.
Development approval of this UDC shall apply in the FOD. The Council may
authorize variances from the standards of the U-1S district and the FOD. Where
there is a conflict between the underlying zoning district and the FOD regarding
development approval, the FOD shall govern.
SECTION IX. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 5.
Supplemental Conditions, Division 1, Specific use standards, Section 33-5.3
is hereby amended to include the supplemental conditions for board and care
homes and gaming establishments, and to clarify the existing regulations to read
as follows:
Sec. 33-5.3.3. Auto-oriented development.
Sec. 33-5.3.4. Board and care home.
A. Facilities shall provide personal assistance or protective care and/or lodging
and meals to not more than six (6) adults who are ambulatory and unrelated to
the resident licensee, operator or administrator.
B. Facilities are subject to the requirements of Chapter 11 Day-Care Centers,
Article III Regulation and Inspection of Board and Care Homes of this Code.
C. Any dwelling, building or structure used for residential overnight care
facilities and/or housing or treating persons as a part of, condition of, or
prerequisite for probation, parole or suspension of sentence; mental and
psychiatric care facilities; halfway houses; community rehabilitation centers;
juvenile rehabilitation centers; adult rehabilitation centers; drug and alcohol
treatment centers; detoxification centers; detoxification houses; and similar
correctional and treatment facilities shall not be considered a board and care
home.
Sec. 33-5.3.5. Club, private or service (includes LBCS function codes 5340 and
6830).
Sec. 33-5.3.6. Gaming establishment (includes LBCS function codes 1340 and
5330).
A. The minimum site area shall not be less than seven (7) acres.
B. The gaming establishment shall be located a minimum of five hundred (500)
feet from any residential district or from the nearest property line of any school,
church or place of worship, and park or recreation area; measured radially from
the property line of the gaming establishment.
C. The gaming establishment shall be located a minimum of one thousand
(1,000) feet from any pawn shop or commercial check-cashing establishment;
measured radially from the property line of the gaming establishment.
D. The building site shall be located on an interstate, or major or minor arterial
as identified on the Jefferson Parish Thoroughfare Plan.
E. Requests for approval of gaming establishments shall be processed pursuant
to Sec. 33-2.24. Conditional use in Article 2 Procedures of this UDC.
F. Landscape, buffer and general design standards.
1. Landscape, buffer and general design standards shall be the same as those set
in Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXV. Mixed Use Corridor District, Sections 40446 and 40-447 of this Code.
G. Submittal requirements:
1. In addition to the requirements stated above, the following shall also be
submitted:
a. A basic site plan depicting the location and dimensions of all existing and
proposed streets; existing and proposed structures with setback dimensions;
entrances and exits; parking layout including bus parking spaces, pick up and
drop off areas; service bays and loading areas; trash receptacles; sidewalks;
traffic signals; location and dimensions of fire lanes and handicapped parking
spaces; location of all fire hydrants within three hundred (300) feet of the site;
statistical data on number of required versus proposed parking spaces and
proposed hours of operation.
b. A landscaping plan of the site delineating location of existing trees to be
preserved, the location and dimensions of proposed planting areas, legend
indicating size, type and number of plants, barrier curbs, clear vision areas
in accordance with Sec. 40-665, Clear vision area regulations of Chapter 40
Zoning of this Code, fences, buffers and screening; elevations of fences and
materials used; and statistical data on the total area of proposed landscaping. To
reduce the number of submittals, the landscaping plan may be added to the basic
site plan noted above.
c. Elevations of existing and proposed structures showing width, depth and
height, use, type of materials and color schemes; and statistical data on building
area and dimensions for existing and proposed structures.
d. Zoning classification of the site, zoning classifications and land uses of
surrounding property within a radius of one thousand (1,000) feet from the
petitioned property.
e. Utilities inventory showing the locations and size of existing water, sewerage,
drainage and power lines, lift stations, canals and watercourses impacting the
development site.
f. A public facilities and service impact analysis, including but not limited to
sewer, water, drainage, transit, sanitation, garbage and utilities.
g. A copy of non-proprietary information contained in the application submitted
on the gaming establishment to the state gaming commission. The applicant
shall be credited with information generated for the state application which is
also included in the submittal requirements listed above.
h. A traffic and transportation impact analysis which determines all impacts
that affect the level of use on the surrounding street system, and any mitigation
measures that may be appropriate so that the level of service is improved. This
analysis shall include existing traffic counts versus proposed traffic counts
generated by the facility as well as provisions for satellite parking.
i. Provisions for a loading area for tour buses, taxis, etc., and for off-site parking
and queuing of these vehicles sufficient to meet the projections of the traffic
impact analysis.
j. Additional information as required by the Parish of Jefferson to appropriately
detail the proposed gaming establishment.
H. Parking:
1. On-site parking shall be provided in accordance with provisions specified
in Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXV. Off-Street Parking, Loading, and Clear
Vision Area Regulations, Section 40-662(16). On-site parking for accessory
uses of this Code shall be provided as per other provisions specified in Chapter
40 Zoning, Article XXXV. Off-Street Parking, Loading, and Clear Vision Area
Regulations, Section 40-662 of this Code.
2. Off-site parking may be permitted in addition to the minimum requirements
specified in Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXV. Off-Street Parking, Loading,
and Clear Vision Area Regulations of this Code, provided the satellite facility is
located within one-half () mile of the gaming establishment site and Council
approval is obtained as part of the conditional use permit for the gaming
establishment in accordance with Sec. 33-2.24. Conditional use in Article 2
Procedures of this UDC.
I. Signs:
1. The sign regulations shall be the same as those set in Chapter 40 Zoning,
Article XXV. Mixed Use Corridor District, Section 40-448 of this Code.
J. Accessory uses and special events:
1. Any accessory uses not specifically approved by council in accordance with
the provisions of the section shall be prohibited.
2. All special events and temporary activities, except those conducted in
permanent on-site structures intended for such events and activities, shall
be prohibited unless otherwise authorized by council resolution. No legally
required parking spaces shall be used to satisfy the parking requirements for
such events and activities, except those legally required parking spaces already
available for permanent on-site structures and uses.
K. Additions:
1. Any addition to structures shall be required to receive council approval in
accordance with the provisions of this section.
L. Fees:
1. Fees required to process and review applications shall be five hundred dollars
($500.00) per acre or portion thereof.
M. Regulations, requirements or standards set in this section are not subject to
appeal to the board of zoning adjustments.
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Sec. 33-5.3.7.1 Purposes.


Sec. 33-5.3.7.2. Applicability.
The home occupations permitted in Sec. 33-5.3.7.4 below are allowed in any
dwelling unit. Home occupations include any permitted occupation within a
dwelling unit, clearly incidental and secondary to the use of the dwelling unit
for residential purposes, and carried on by a member of the family residing in
the dwelling unit.
Sec. 33-5.3.7.3. Standards.
Sec. 33-5.3.7.4. Permitted home occupations.
The following home occupations are allowed subject to the standards established
in Sec. 33-5.3.7.3:
Sec. 33-5.3.7.5. Prohibited home occupations.
Sec. 33-5.3.8. Off-Track Wagering.
Sec. 33-5.3.9. Religious uses.
Sec. 33-5.3.10. Residential dwelling units.
Sec. 33-5.3.10.1. General criteria (reserved).
Sec. 33-5.3.10.2. Townhouses.
A. Townhouses allowed in the R-2, RR-3, R-3, and U-1S zoning districts are
subject to the dimensional standards outlined in Table 33-5.3.10.2-1, which
supersedes the requirements for lot area, width, and depth in the applicable
zoning district.
Table 33-5.3.10.2-1: Dimensional Standards for Townhouses.

Sec. 33-5.3.10.3. Manufactured homes.


Sec. 33-5.3.10.4. Zero lot line (reserved).
Sec. 33-5.3.11. Schools, elementary, junior high, or high.
Sec. 33-5.3.12. Stadiums and athletic fields.
Sec. 33-5.3.13. Temporary uses (reserved).
Sec. 33-3.3.14. Truck stops.
Sec. 33-5.3.15. Utility structures.
Sec. 33-5.3.16. Veterinary clinics and animal hospitals.
H. The site shall be landscaped in conformance with Article XXVI, Commercial
Parkway Overlay Zone (CPZ), Sec. 40-476, Landscape and Buffer Requirements
in Chapter 40, Zoning of this Code.
I. For animal hospitals and veterinary clinics not meeting the criteria outlined
above due to site related or other hardships, requests for approval of veterinary
clinics and animal hospitals shall be processed pursuant to Sec. 33-2.24.
Conditional use in Article 2. Procedures of this UDC.
Sec. 33-5.3.17. Wireless communications facilities (reserved).
Sec. 33-5.4 Sec. 33-5.18. Reserved.
SECTION X. That Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 10.
Definitions, Section 33-10.1. Definitions is hereby amended to add the following
definitions in their appropriate alphabetical location to read as follows:
Adult use shall mean any establishment consisting of, including, or having the
characteristics of any of the following: Adult Establishment, Adult Cabaret,
Massage Parlor, Tattoo Parlor, or Adult Motion Picture Theater.
Assisted living shall mean a coordinated array of personal care health services,
and other supportive services available twenty-four (24) hours per day, to
residents who have been assessed to need these services. Assisted living
promotes resident self direction and participation in decisions that emphasize
independence, individuality, privacy, and dignity in a residential setting.
Assisted living facility shall mean a multi-unit residential facility providing
living units and assistance for residents, who because of age, mental disability
or other reason, live in a supervised environment where assistance with the daily
activities of life is promised, available, accessible or managed for residents on
a twenty-four-hour basis, including but not limited to, the provision of meals,
activities and transportation as needed, by a provider for compensation.
Assisted living unit shall mean a dwelling unit within an assisted living facility
containing one (1) or more rooms that includes a culinary facility, bedroom (s),
and bath for one (1) or more persons.
Board and care home shall mean a facility which provides personal assistance
or protective care and/or lodging and meals to not more than six (6) adults who
are ambulatory and unrelated to the resident licensee, operator or administrator.
Such facilities are also subject to the requirements of Chapter 11, Article III of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. Any dwelling, building or structure
used for residential overnight care facilities and/or housing or treating persons
as a part of, condition of, or prerequisite for probation, parole or suspension
of sentence; mental and psychiatric care facilities; halfway houses; community
rehabilitation centers; juvenile rehabilitation centers; adult rehabilitation
centers; drug and alcohol treatment centers; detoxification centers; detoxification
houses; and similar correctional and treatment facilities shall not be considered
a board and care home.
Child care center shall mean a licensed private facility, nursery school, preschool or kindergarten that provides non-medical care to children under the
age of eighteen (18), in need of professional services, educational services, or
assistance for sustaining the activities of daily living or for the protection of the
individual on a less than twenty-four-hour basis.
Club shall mean buildings and facilities owned and operated by a corporation,
association, person or persons for social, educational or recreational purpose,
but not primarily for profit or to render a service which is normally carried on
as a business. The definition of club shall include LBCS function codes 5340
and 6830.
Game shall mean any banking or percentage games played with cards, dice or
any mechanical device or machine for money, property or any representative of
value. For purposes of this chapter, game shall not include pari-mutuel wagering
at off-track wagering facilities, games of chance conducted by charitable
organizations and facilities licensed by the parish, or video poker when
occurring as an accessory use in an off-track wagering facility, a restaurant and/
or bar, or a truck stop as licensed by the state of Louisiana.
Gaming shall mean the dealing, operating, carrying on, conducting, maintaining
or exposing for pay of any game.
Gaming establishment shall mean any premises wherein or whereon gaming is
done. May also be called a casino.
Gaming device or equipment shall mean any mechanical device or machine used
in connection with gaming.
Hotel shall mean a building containing six (6) or more guest rooms where access
to individual units is from interior lobbies, courts, or halls and which are used,
rented, or hired for lodging or sleeping purposes by transient guests.
Motel shall mean a building or group of buildings containing six (6) or more
guest rooms where access to individual units is from exterior walkways or
courts and which are used, rented, or hired for lodging or sleeping purposes by
transient guests.
Truck stop shall mean a structure(s) or land used primarily for the retail sale of
fuel for trucks and incidental service or repair of trucks including but not limited
to: attendance eating, and truck parking facilities, but not to include the storage
of vehicles for the purpose of using parts of such vehicles for sale or repair. Such
a facility may include video poker gaming, but only if such a facility is on a site
of at least ten (10) acres and meets the criteria listed in Article XXX, Industrial
District M-1.
SECTION XI. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Sec. 40-32. Base zoning districts (b)
Districts that promote a mix of uses is hereby amended to read as follows:
(b) Districts that promote a mix of uses:
(6) U-1S Unrestricted Suburban District
SECTION XII. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Sec. 40-33. Overlay zoning districts is
hereby amended to read as follows:
The following overlay zoning districts are established for unincorporated
Jefferson Parish. These districts impose additional requirements on certain
properties within one or more underlying base zoning districts:
(4) FOD Fairfield Overlay District is an overlay district with boundaries defined
within Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, Article 3 Zoning, Sec. 33-3.69.
Fairfield Overlay District (FOD) of this Code.
SECTION XIII. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXX. Industrial District M-1,
Sec. 40-562. Permitted uses. (a) and Article XXXI. Industrial District M-2,
Sec. 40-582. Permitted uses. (1) are hereby amended to change the references to
Unrestricted District U-1 to Unrestricted Rural District U-1R.
SECTION XIV. That Chapter 40, Zoning, Article XXXIV. Unrestricted District
U-1 is hereby renamed Article XXXIV. Unrestricted Rural District (U-1R) and
all references to U-1 in Article XXXIV are hereby changed to U-1R.
SECTION XV. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXV. Off-Street Parking,
Loading, and Clear Vision Area Regulations, Sec. 40-661. General requirements.
(a) (3) is hereby amended to change the U-1 Unrestricted District name to U-1R
Unrestricted Rural District and add U-1 Unrestricted Suburban District U-1S
following the U-1R in the list of zoning districts.
SECTION XVI. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXVI. General Sign
Regulations. Sec. 40-683. On-premise sign regulations. (a) Location and (b)
Number are hereby amended to change the U-1 Unrestricted District name to
Unrestricted Rural District U-1R, add the U-1 Unrestricted Suburban District
U-1S following the U-1R, and re-number subsequent zoning districts in the lists
accordingly.
SECTION XVII. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXVI. General Sign
Regulations. Sec. 40-684. Off-premise sign regulations. (a) Location. (1) is
hereby amended to read as follows:

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(a) Location.
(1) Off-premise signs shall be permitted only in the following districts:
a. General Commercial District C-2;
b. Office Warehouse District OW-1;
c. Industrial Districts M-1, M-2, M-3, and M-4;
d. Unrestricted Rural District U-1R;
e. Unrestricted Suburban District U-1S only on properties abutting the U.S.
Highway 90 right-of-way.
SECTION XVIII. That Chapter 40 Zoning, Article XXXIX. Exceptions
and Modifications. Sec. 40-737. Exceptions to height requirements is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Sec. 40-737. Exceptions to height requirements.
The height regulations as stated in this ordinance shall not apply to the
following uses. Additional exceptions to height regulations are located in
the height requirements section of the Multiple-family Residential District
R-3, the Condominium District R-1CO, the Medical Service District H-2, the
Neighborhood Commercial District C-1, the General Offices District GO-1, the
Core District-Residential CD-R, the Business Core District BC-1, the Business
Core District BC-2, the Mixed-use Corridor District MUCD, and the General
Commercial District C-2. Buildings or structures located in the Business
Core District (BC-2) exceeding the maximum height allowed by right of that
district shall be governed by the exceptions to height regulations of the BC-2
district rather than the regulations of this section, except that additional or more
restrictive regulations listed in Sec. 40-737(4) below shall apply. Buildings
or structures located in the Unrestricted Suburban District (U-1S) exceeding
the maximum height allowed by right of that district shall be governed by the
regulations of Sec. 33-5.20. Mid-rise to high-rise building in Chapter 33 Unified
Development Code, Article V. Supplemental Conditions for Specific Uses of this
Code.
SECTION XIX. That the zoning classifications of all properties located in the
area 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, all more
clearly shown on the map entitled U-1 Districts and Fairfield Overlay District
dated June 24, 2015, are hereby amended to add the Fairfield Overlay District;
SECTION XX. That the properties zoned with the zoning district Unrestricted
District U-1 located in the area 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, all more clearly shown on the map entitled U-1 Districts
and Fairfield Overlay District dated June 24, 2015, are hereby amended and
changed from Unrestricted District U-1 to Unrestricted Suburban District U-1S.
SECTION XXI. That the properties zoned with the zoning district Unrestricted
U-1 located in the area on the unprotected side of West Bank and Vicinity
Hurricane Protection Levee, all more clearly shown on the map entitled U-1
Districts and Fairfield Overlay District dated June 24, 2015, are hereby amended
and changed from Unrestricted District U-1 to Unrestricted Rural District U-1R.
SECTION XXII. That the future land use map (FLUM) designations of the
properties in the area 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 Catouatche, and Segnette Blvd./Bayou Segnette State Park,
are hereby amended and changed to reflect the recommended FLUM categories
of the Fairfield Strategic Plan as integrated with the existing FLUM categories
of the Comprehensive Plan, all more clearly shown on the map entitled Fairfield
Future Land Use dated June 24, 2015.
SECTION XXIII. That the Administration, Planning Director and all
Departmental Directors of the Parish of Jefferson are hereby directed and
authorized to draft and adopt any policies or procedures that are needed to
implement and administer the Fairfield Strategic Plan.
SECTION XXIV. 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 Chapter 25, Article VI. Comprehensive
Plan, Chapter 33 Unified Development Code, and Chapter 40 Zoning of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly making those appropriate
changes and amendments to the text of Chapter 25, Chapter 33, and Chapter 40
and designating the above mentioned and described areas as reclassified on the
Official Zoning Map and Official Future Land Use Map; and, further, to reevaluate the Fairfield plan and zoning in one (1) year from the effective date of
this ordinance and, after considering any changes in conditions related to the
area, bring forth any necessary and appropriate amendments to the plan, zoning,
or other development regulations.
SECTION XXV. That the Chairman of this Council be and is hereby empowered,
authorized and directed to sign and execute all acts or documents which may
be 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 7th day of October 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. 24322 ORDINANCE NO. 25021
An ordinance revoking and declaring the land at the old sewer lift station on
the John Ehret High School campus no longer needed for Parish purposes,
authorizing and ratifying its transfer to the Jefferson Parish School Board in
exchange for receiving a servitude for the new sewer lift station, also on the
Ehret campus, and to provide for related matters. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is constructing a new sewer lift station on a part of
Lots 18-28, both inclusive, Bell Plantation, commonly known as the campus of
John Ehret High School, and requires a servitude as shown on a survey by BFM
Professional Land Surveyors, dated July 26, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish School Board, the owner of the property, has
no objection to the granting of this servitude, as long as Jefferson Parish revokes
and transfers to the Board that property the Board dedicated to the Parish on
January 21, 1976, as recorded at COB 853, folio 429, #705771, for the original
sewer lift station; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has no objection to this revocation and transfer, as the
property will no longer be needed for Parish purposes, and the value of the new
servitude equals or exceeds the value of the land dedicated for the original sewer
lift station;
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the declaration that the old sewer lift station site on a part of
Lots 18-28, both inclusive, Bell Plantation, commonly known as the campus
of John Ehret High School, is no longer needed for Parish purposes, and its
revocation and transfer to the Jefferson Parish School Board is hereby authorized
and ratified, subject to the Jefferson Parish School Board dedicating a servitude
for the new sewer lift station site, also on the Ehret campus, as shown on a survey
by BFM Professional Land Surveyors, dated July 26, 2015.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
is authorized to sign any and all documents required to carry out the provisions
of this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 7th day of October, 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 of ordinances
to be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President,
as provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24298 ORDINANCE NO. 25022
An ordinance amending Section 2-519 of the Code of Ordinances regarding
criteria for Membership of certain boards, committees and authorities.
(Parishwide).
WHEREAS, at its meeting on June 17, 2015, the East Jefferson General Hospital
(EJGH) Board of Directors formally adopted revisions to EJGHs Bylaws
to: (1) maintain the residency and domicile requirements for regular members
during the term of his/her appointment; (2) require special members be active
members of the Hospitals Medical Staff during the term of his/her appointment;
and (3) eliminate the residency and domicile requirements for special members;
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WHEREAS, on September 23, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council adopted


Ordinance No. 25019, to accept, approve and ratify the revised Bylaws of the
East Jefferson General Hospital Board of Directors.
NOW THEREFORE, THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY
ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That Section 2-519(d)(1) of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 2-519. Criteria for membership of certain boards, committees and
authorities.
(d) 1. All members of the boards, committees or authorities named in subsection
(a) herein shall be legally domiciled in Jefferson Parish, except that the Special
Members of the East Jefferson General Hospital Board need not be legally
domiciled in Jefferson Parish, provided however, that such Special Member is
an active member of the medical staff for the Jefferson Parish Hospital Service
District No. 2, during the term of his or her appointment. All such members shall
be required to submit to the Parish Clerk the following documents as proof of
domicile in Jefferson Parish:
a. a copy of the members Louisiana Drivers License or Louisiana Identification
Card;
b. a copy of the members Jefferson Parish Voter Registration Card; and
c. an original affidavit executed by the member attesting to the members
residency in Jefferson Parish, similar in form to the affidavit of residency
required for the qualification of candidates for elective office in Louisiana.
d. an original affidavit executed by the member attesting that the member has no
substantial business relationship with a member of the Jefferson Parish Council
as such relationship is are defined in subsection (c) herein.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The ordinance was declared to be adopted on this 7th day of October 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.

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that 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 deferred
to October 21, 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 7th day of October 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24328 ORDINANCE NO. 25023
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
appropriating and authorizing funds in support of the following departments:
WESTBANK RIVERBOAT GAMING (FUND 22040)
Revenues
22040-4460 Appropriate $44,670 $83,115
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22040-2773-7680.177 3,508
(L W Higgins High School)
22040-277X-7911.22200 30,000
(Trf to Streets)
22040-2772-7911.44670 9,232
(Trf to WB Playground Cap Improv)
22040-2772-7911.10010 1,930
(Trf to General Fund)
22040-2771-7911.44530 35,000
(Trf to Council District Projects)
22040-2773-7911.45850 3,445
(Trf to Parishwide Govt Bldg.)
EB CONSOLIDATED FIRE (FUND 22100)
Revenues
22100-4460 Appropriate $94,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22100-2921-7331 75,000
(Professional Services)
22100-2921-7234.2 19,000
(Central Tire)
SECTION 2. That the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
adjusting the revenues and/or expenditures within the following
departments:
GENERAL FUND (FUND 10010)
Revenues
10010-0000-5317 200,000
(Franchise Fees)
10010-0000-5326.1 100,000
(Grasscutting Revenues)
10010-0000-5326.5 36,000
(Dangerous Bldg Abatement)
10010-0000-5369 41,000
(Mortgage & Conveyance Fee)
10010-0000-5911.22600 25,000
(Trf fr Office of Inspector General)
10010-0000-5911.22040 1,930
(Trf fr WBRBG)
DISTRICT ATTORNEY (DEPT 0020)
Expenditures
10010-0020-012-7210 168,442
(Office Supplies)
10010-0020-012-7743 90,000
(Office Equipment)
10010-0020-012-7750 75,000
(Vehicles)
CODE ENFORCEMENT (DEPT 0110)
Expenditures
10010-0110-021-7236.2 1,930
(Medical Supplies)
BUREAU OF ADMIN ADJUDICATION (DEPT 0111)
Expenditures
10010-0111-7331 10,000
(Professional Services)
PMZ/QUALITY OF LIFE (DEPT 0110)
Expenditures
10010-0112-023-7341.9 100,000
(Weed Contract)
WB RIVERBOAT GAMING (FUND 22040)
22040-2773-7431.1 ($9.500)
(Buildings and Structure)
22040-2773-7911.45850 9,500
(Trf to Parishwide Govt Bldg.)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-0000-5911.22040 $30,000
(Trf fr WBRBG)
Expenditures
22200-3005-7232.4 30,000
(Signal Supplies)
SECTION 3. That the following line-item transfers within the 2015 Operating
Budget of Jefferson Parish are hereby authorized:
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Expenditures
22200-3005-701X ($52,800)
(PerSer/Sal)
22200-3005-701X.X 19,300
(PerSer/Sal)
22200-3005-72XX.X 22,500
(Supplies)
22200-3005-7432.1 1,000

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(Radio Equipment)
22200-3005-75XX.X 2,500
(Other Serv)
22200-3005-774X 7,500
(Capital Outlay)
CONSOLIDATED SEWERAGE (FUND 53000)
Expenditures
53000-3851-118-7221.3 ($31,000)
(Polymer)
53000-3851-118-7221.4 31,000
(Hypochlorite)
CENTRAL GARAGE (FUND 63500)
Expenditures
63500-3962-7231.2 ($80,000)
(Automotive Supplies)
63500-3962-7434.3 80,000
(Tires)
ENGINEERING (FUND 63810)
Expenditures
63810-3960-7013 ($40,000)
(Field Salaries)
63810-3957-128-701X (62,800)
(PerSer/Sal)
63810-3960-7013.1 8,000
(Field Salaries-OT)
63810-3960-7231.5 23,000
(General Supplies)
63810-3960-7312.6 9,000
(Warehouse Supplies)
63810-3957-128-7013.1 8,000
(Field Salaries-OT)
63810-3957-128-72XX.X 25,000
(Supplies)
63810-3957-128-7312.6 2,000
(Warehouse Supplies)
63810-3957-128-74XX 4,500
(Serv/Prop)
63810-3957-128-75XX.X 2,300
(Other Serv)
63810-3957-128-774X 21,000
(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 7th day of October, 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. 24329 ORDINANCE NO. 25024
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 appropriating Property
Lease Income for the following Projects:
COUNCIL DISTRICT PROJECTS
Proverb Cord Sculpture $2,400
(Project 45319.403)
SECTION 1. 2. That the 2015 Capital Budget is amended by adjusting the
revenues and/or expenditures within the following projects:
CONSOL SEWER CAP PROJECTS
Expenditures
Odor Control Improvements ($528,504)
(Project 49406.003)
CWSRF Loan (600,000)
(Project 49432.001)
Rehab Prog Point Repair Contract 528,504
(Project 49404.003)
Rehab Prog Lining Contract 600,000
(Project 49404.001)
CONS WATER CAPITAL
Revenues
45400-0000-5220.13 $28,091
(Gov Ofc Home Sec/Emer Prp)
Expenditures
Point Repairs 28,091
(Project 54026.003)
WB PLAYGROUND CAP IMPROV
Revenues
45400-0000-5911.22040 $9,232
(Trf fr C D Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Wilson Street Property Purchase 9,232
(Project 46743.002)
COUNCIL DISTRICT PROJECTS
Revenues
44530-0000-5911.22040 $35,000
(Trf fr C D Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Belle Meade Walking Trail 35,000
(Project 45311.179)
PARISHWIDE GOVERNMENT BLDG
Revenues
44530-0000-5911.22040 $12,945
(Trf fr C D Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Subdivison Signage 12,945
(Project 58514.029)
PARISH MISC GRANT PROGRAM
Revenues
21610-0000-5810 $8,700
(Other Income)
21610-0000-5823 9,006
(In-Kind Services)
Expenditures
Keep America Beautiful 17,706
(Project 16176.006)
SECTION 2. 3. That the Finance Director is authorized to perform such ancillary
transactions as are necessary to give full force and effect to this ordinance. The
foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 7th day of October, 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. Zahn, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125787
A resolution authorizing the Kenner North Kiwanis Foundation and Jefferson
Parish Chamber of Commerce Foundation, represented by Mr. Ira Snyder, to
place temporary signs at various locations to advertise Park A Boo event in
Lafreniere Park, and to provide for related matters. (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, Kenner North Kiwanis Foundation and Jefferson Parish Chamber
of Commerce Foundation, are hosting the Annual Park A Boo event Friday,
October 23, 20145 through Sunday, October 25, 2015, at Lafreniere Park; and,
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place temporary signs
advertising Park A Boo 2015 at various locations.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That the Kenner North Kiwanis Foundation and Jefferson Parish
Chamber of Commerce Foundation, be and is hereby granted permission to

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place temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot to advertise Park A Boo,
which is being held at Lafreniere Park on Friday, October 23, 2015, through
Sunday, October 25, 2015, at the following locations:
1.) Two signs near Lafreniere Park Entrance: one on Downs
Blvd. and the other on Veterans Blvd. near Downs Blvd.
2.) Two signs on West Napoleon Avenue Canal Bank near the Lafreniere Park
Entrance.
3.) One sign in the median of Bonnabel Blvd. near its intersection with Veterans
Blvd. (not in the median of Veterans Blvd.)
4.) One sign on Veterans Blvd. median near Ridgelake Drive
5.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway near its intersection with
Veterans Blvd. (not in the median of Veterans Blvd.)
6.) One sign in the median of Transcontinental Drive near its intersection with
Veterans Blvd. (not in the median of Veterans Blvd.)
7.) One sign in the median of Veterans Blvd. near Power
Blvd/David Drive (near water tower)
8.) One sign in the median of David Drive south of intersection
of West Napoleon Avenue
9.) One sign in the median of Transcontinental Drive at the
intersection of West Napoleon Avenue
10.) One sign in the median of West Metairie Avenue near Transcontinental
Drive
11.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway near West Metairie Avenue
12.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway near West
Napoleon Avenue
13.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway just north of Ailrine Drive
14.) One sign in the median of Power Blvd. at Airline Hwy.
15.) One sign in the median of West Metairie Avenue near
Cleary Avenue
16.) One sign in the median of Veterans Blvd. near Cleary
Avenue
17.) One sign in the median of West Metairie Avenue near
Causeway Blvd.
18.) One sign on West Napoleon Avenue in the median at Cleary Avenue
19.) One sign on Veterans Blvd. in the median near Edenborn
Avenue
SECTION 2. That permission is granted to place temporary signs not to exceed
4-foot by 8-foot at the above 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 and that said signs shall
not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except to identify the
primary sponsoring organization to which the resolution grants permission to
erect said signs advertising the primary sponsors function or event.
SECTION 3. That permission is hereby granted to place temporary signs
advertising said Park A Boo Event from Monday, October 12, 2015, until
Monday, October 26, 2015, and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each
sign and that said signs be removed on Monday, October 26, 2015.
SECTION 4. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Ira
Snyder, 17 Chateau Latour Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70065, 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125788
A resolution authorizing Kidds Kids The Kraddick Foundation represented by
Connie Kaufman (Director of Promotions) to place signs at various locations to
advertise their Kidds Kids Charity Benefit on the St. Rosalie School ground, at
617 2nd Avenue, waiving all taxes in connection with this event, and to provide
for related matters. (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, the Kidds Kids- The Kraddick Foundation, is hosting a Charity
Benefit on Sunday October 25, 2015
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place signs advertising the
Charity Benefit at various locations starting on Saturday, October 11, 2015
through Monday, October 25, 2015;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. Kidds Kids, is hereby granted permission to place signs advertising
their Charity Benefit which is being held 10021Jefferson Highway, Louisiana
70123 in the parking lot on St. Matthew School Property, Saturday November
21, 2015; and at the following sign locations:
1.) Bayou Segnette and West Bank expy
2.) Westwood and west bank expy
3.) central ave and Westbank expy
4.) victory and expy
5.) Barataria and expy
6.) Ames and expy
7.) Barataria and LapalcoL
8.) Lapalco Blvdand Wall Blvd
9.) Lapalco and Blvdbelle chase hwy
10.) Avenue A and Westbank Expy
11.) Ames Blvd and Barataria Blvd
12.) terry pkwy and carol sue
13.) Manhattan and Westbank Exp
14.) Lafayette and Westbank Expressway
15.) Manhattan and Gretna blvd
SECTION 2. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or event.
SECTION 3. That all signs placed within the city limits of a municipality shall
require permission of that municipality before signs can be placed.
SECTION 4. That all signs placed on roadways controlled by Louisiana
Department of Transportation shall require the permission of the Louisiana
DOTD before placement of signs
SECTION 5. That permission is hereby granted to erect temporary signs
advertising the Charity Benefit for a period of 14 days, said signs are to measure
no more than four feet wide by eight feet in length and a copy of this resolution
shall be attached to each sign and that signs are to be removed Monday, October
25, 2015; and waiving all taxes in connection with said event.
SECTION 6. The Parish Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of this
resolution to Ms. Connie Kaufman, Director of Promotions, 220 Las Colinas
Boulevard, Suite C-201, Las Colinas, Texas 75039.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125789
A resolution granting permission to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, represented
by Ms. Cassie Schwartzmann, Development Manager, to host the Fun Run, on
Saturday October 10, 2015, from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM; at 3559 River Road
proceed down to Evans Rd and Loop back to 3449 River Road; to serve beer;
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Department, Department of Citizens affairs and the State of Louisiana
Alcohol and Tobacco Control Office and waiving all local taxes in connection
with this event.(Council District 2)
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 the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,
represented by Ms. Cassie Schwartzmann, Development Manager, to host the
Fun Run, on Saturday October 10, 2015, from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM; at 3559
River Road proceed down to Evans Rd and Loop back to 3449 River Road; to
serve beer; provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Department, Department of Citizens affairs and the
State of Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control Office and waiving all local
taxes in connection with this event.
Section 2. The Entirety of the race course Shall be approved by the Jefferson
Parish Sheriffs office before the date of the Event.
Section 3. Any Portion of State Roadway closed for said event Shall require the
permission of the Louisiana Department of Transportation
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Ms. Cassie
Schwartzmann, 1215 Prytania Street, Suite 371, New Orleans, LA 70130, the
Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs 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 7th day of October, 2015.

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On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125790
A resolution granting permission to Kidds Kids, represented by Ms. Connie
Kaufman, Director of Promotions, to hold a Charity Benefit to benefit the
Kraddick Foundation, at 617 2nd Avenue, Harvey, on Sunday, October 25, 2015,
from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. to sell & serve food, beverages, beer and liquor;
and to have live music, provided that all necessary permits have been obtained
from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office,
the Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control to conduct such an event, and that all requirements and regulations of
said departments are complied with, and waiving all taxes;(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 granted to Kidds Kids, represented
by Ms. Connie Kaufman, Director of Promotions, to hold a Charity Benefit to
benefit the Kraddick Foundation, at 617 2nd Avenue, Harvey, on Sunday, October
25, 2015, from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. to sell & serve food, beverages, beer
and liquor; and to have live music, provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office, the Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event, and that all requirements
and regulations of said departments are complied with, and waiving all taxes;
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Ms. Connie Kaufman,
220 Las Colinas Boulevard, Las Colinas, TX 75039, the Department of Citizens
Affairs, the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and the
State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event,
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 125791
A resolution authorizing a settlement in the lawsuit entitled Parish of Jefferson v.
Atmos Energy Corporation and La. Natural Gas Services, LLC., 24th JDC, No.
739-739, Div. D, and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a party in a lawsuit entitled Parish of
Jefferson v. Atmos Energy Corporation and La. Natural Gas Services, LLC.,
24th JDC, No. 739-739, Div. D; and
WHEREAS, the Parish and defendants have reached a tentative agreement on a
proposed settlement; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council desires to settle this matter amicably:
NOW THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as governing authority
of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Attorney is hereby authorized to agree to the
proposed settlement in the lawsuit entitled Parish of Jefferson v. Atmos Energy
Corporation and La. Natural Gas Services, LLC., 24th JDC, No. 739-739, Div.
D and to sign and file with the Court any and all pleadings and other papers
consistent with the terms of that settlement, and take any other actions necessary
or advisable to effectuate the settlement.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 125792
A resolution authorizing a settlement in the lawsuit entitled Parish of Jefferson,
et al. v. N-Y Associates, Inc., et al., 24th JDC, No. 729-084, Div. H, and to
provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a party in a lawsuit entitled Parish of
Jefferson, et al. v. N-Y Associates, Inc., et al., 24th JDC, No. 729-084, Div. H;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish and defendants have reached a tentative agreement on a
proposed settlement; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council desires to settle this matter amicably:
NOW THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as governing authority
of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Attorney is hereby authorized to agree to the
proposed settlement in the lawsuit entitled Parish of Jefferson, et al. v. N-Y
Associates, Inc., et al., 24th JDC, No. 729-084, Div. H and to sign and file with
the Court any and all pleadings and other papers consistent with the terms of
that settlement, and take any other actions necessary or advisable to effectuate
the settlement.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125793
NOW, THEREFORE, 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. and (0) Officer/Manager
Permits: (1) Location Change #13180870 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125795
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract with
Pete Vicari General Contracting, LLC for an additional $30,912.28, and adding
77 calendar days to the contract, which contract, dated February 18, 2015, is for
the HVAC project at Bright, Cleary, and Lakeshore playgrounds, Proposal No.
50-111738, Contract No. 55-00014826. Work associated with this Change Order
is within the original scope of the project. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, work including moving an electrical feeder underground instead
of overhead, relocating existing underground utilities, and adding tongue and
groove treated plywood over existing deck account for the additional costs; and
WHEREAS, additional days are needed for the work listed above, weather-delay
days, and for a delay in receiving the building permit; and
WHERAS, 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 $30,912.28 and the total of Change Order No.
1 represents a 2% increase to the contract amount from $1,572,000.00 to
$1,602,912.28.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize and approve
Change Order No. 1 to the contract with Pete Vicari General Contracting, LLC
for an additional $30,912.28, and adding 77 calendar days to the contract, which
contract, dated February 18, 2015, is for the HVAC project at Bright, Cleary, and
Lakeshore playgrounds, Proposal No. 50-111738, Contract No. 55-00014826,
which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson
M.O.B 4643, Page 877, Instrument No. 11509389.
SECTION 2. That the cost associated with Change Order No. 1 shall be charged
to Account No. 44680-4015-7454 (46824.008).
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125796

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A resolution granting permission to Friends of the Jefferson


Library, P.O. Box 9391, Metairie, Louisiana 70055, to place
12 temporary signs to advertise their Book Sale being held
at The Pontchartrain Center on Thursday, October 15, 2015
through Sunday, October 18, 2015 and to provide for related
matters.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission is granted to Friends of the Jefferson Library, P. O.
Box 9391, Metairie, Louisiana 70055, to place 12 temporary signs not to exceed
4-foot by 8-foot in the general area of West Esplanade Avenue, Clearview
Parkway and Transcontinental Drive, to advertise their Book Sale being held
at The Pontchartrain Center, on Thursday, October 15, 2015 through Sunday,
October 18, 2015 in connection therewith provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
the Fire Department and the Department of Citizens Affairs and that all
requirements and regulations of said departments are met; and waiving all
Jefferson Parish taxes in connection with said event, and to provide for related
matters.
. SECTION II. That this permission is granted 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.
SECTION III. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms.
Annette Centanni, 4909 Lake Vista Drive, Metairie, LA 70006, 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125797
A resolution for Chamber of Horrors, to place signs at various locations to
advertise the Haunted House being held on October 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 29,
30, and 31, 2015, and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, Chamber of Horrors, is hosting the Haunted House being held on
October 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 29, 30, and 3, 2015; and
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place signs advertising the
Haunted House at various locations starting Friday, September 25; and ending
Sunday, November 1, 2015; and:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. Chamber of Horros, be and is hereby granted permission to place
signs advertising the Haunted House, which is being held, on October 2, 3, 9, 10,
16, 17, 23, 24, 29, 30, and 31, 2015 and; at the following locations starting Friday,
September 25; and ending Sunday, November 1, 2015:
1.) Barataria Blvd and Lapalco Blvd
2.) Veterans Blvd and Cleary Ave
3.) Earhart Blvd and Dickory Ave
4.) Veterans Blvd and Edenborn
5.) Causeway Blvd and Veterans Memorial Blvd
6.) Clearview Pkwy and Airline Hwy
7.) West Esplanade Ave and Severn Avenue
8.) Veterans Memorial Blvd and Severn Avenue
SECTION 2. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or
event. These signs must be installed without obstructing the view of traffic.
Section 3. That all signs placed within the city limits of a municipality shall
require permission of that municipality before signs can be placed.
Section 4. That all signs placed on roadways controlled by Louisiana Department
of Transportation shall require the permission of the Louisiana DOTD before
placement of signs.
Section 5. That permission is hereby granted to erect temporary signs advertising
the Haunted House for a period of 37 days, said signs are to measure no more
than four feet wide by five feet in length, all signs shall be installed without
obstructing the view of traffic, and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to
each sign and that signs are to be removed November 1, 2015.
Section 6. The Parish Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of this
resolution to Mr. Edward Dupuy, 420 Oriole Street, Metairie, LA 70123 and the
Jefferson Parish Department of Code Enforcement.
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 7th day of October , 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125798
A resolution granting permission to Magnolia Community Services, represented
by Mr. Tommy Keller, Facilities Director, to hold a Fund Raising Gala to benefit
the Magnolia Community Services, on the Magnolia school grounds, 100
Central Avenue, Jefferson, on Friday, November 6, 2015, from 7:00 p.m. until
11:30 p.m. to serve food, beverages, wine, beer and liquor (Beer and alcohol
will be brought on the premises on 11/6/15 at 5:00 PM and picked up on 11/7/15);
to erect canopies, craft booths, and two (2) tents larger than 41, and to have
live music (must end by 11:00PM.); provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office, the Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event, and that all requirements
and regulations of said departments are complied with; and waiving all taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Magnolia Community
Services, represented by Mr. Tommy Keller, Facilities Director, to hold a Fund
Raising Gala to benefit the Magnolia Community Services, on the Magnolia
school grounds, 100 Central Avenue, Jefferson, on Friday, November 6, 2015,
from 7:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. to serve food, beverages, wine, beer and liquor
(Beer and alcohol will be brought on the premises on 11/6/15 at 5:00 PM and
picked up on 11/7/15); to erect canopies, craft booths, and two (2) tents larger
than 41, and to have live music (must end by 11:00PM.); provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, the Department of Health, and the State
of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event, and
that all requirements and regulations of said departments are complied with; and
waiving all taxes.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be mailed to Mr. Tommy Keller,
100 Central Avenue, Jefferson, LA 70121, the Department of Citizens Affairs,
the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and the State of
Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event,
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October , 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125799
A resolution authorizing St. Matthews the Apostle represented by Shelly Landry
(Market Chair) to place signs at various locations to advertise their Holiday
Market on the St. Matthew School ground, waiving all taxes in connection with
this event, and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, the St. Matthew the Apostle, is hosting a Holiday Market on
Saturday November 21, 2015
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place signs advertising the
Parish Fair at various locations starting on Saturday, November 7, 2015 through
Monday, November 23, 2015;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. St. Matthews the Apostle, is hereby granted permission to place
signs advertising their Holiday Market, which is being held 10021Jefferson
Highway, Louisiana 70123 in the parking lot on St. Matthew School Property,
Saturday November 21, 2015; and at the following sign locations:
1. Bonnabel Boulevard and Metairie Road
2. Bonnabel Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard
3. Bonnabel Boulevard and West Esplanade
4. Clearview Parkway and West Metairie
5. Clearview Parkway and Airline Drive
6. Clearview Parkway and Veterans Memorial Boulevard
7. Clearview Parkway and West Esplanade
8. Cleary Avenue and West Esplanade

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9. Dickory Avenue and Citrus Rd


10. Dickory Avenue and Earhart Expressway
11. Jefferson Highway and Citrus Road
12. Jefferson Highway and Williams Boulevard
13. Jefferson Hwy. 10021 (neutral ground in front of school)
14. Transcontinental Drive and Airline Dr.
15. Transcontinental Drive and West Esplanade
16. Transcontinental Drive and West Metairie
17. Veterans Boulevard and David Drive
18. Veterans Boulevard and Williams Boulevard
SECTION 2. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or event.
SECTION 3. That all signs placed within the city limits of a municipality shall
require permission of that municipality before signs can be placed.
SECTION 4. That all signs placed on roadways controlled by Louisiana
Department of Transportation shall require the permission of the Louisiana
DOTD before placement of signs
SECTION 5. That permission is hereby granted to erect temporary signs
advertising the Parish Fair for a period of 14 days, said signs are to measure no
more than four feet wide by eight feet in length and a copy of this resolution shall
be attached to each sign and that signs are to be removed Monday, November 23,
2015; and waiving all taxes in connection with said event.
SECTION 6. The Parish Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of this
resolution to Ms. Shelly Landry, Market Co-chair, St. Matthew the Apostle,
10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, Louisiana 70123.
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 7th day of October , 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125801
A resolution denying Docket No. OM-25-15 for the construction of a raised
accessory structure with variances to the rear-yard setback, side-yard setback
and height requirements, at 21Nassau Dr, on Lot D1, Square H, Metairie Club
Gardens Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by EnglewoodPkwy,
Pelham Ave, and Northline St; zoned R-1D Rural Residential District/OMNCD
Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation District. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Old Metairie
Commission (OMC) to review certain development proposals within the
OMNCD by Ordinance Number 18547, dated July 1, 1992; and
WHEREAS, the OMC held a public hearing on September 10, 2015, as required
by law, and recommended denial of the construction of a raised accessory
structure, as shown on development drawings prepared by scnz architects, LLC,
prepared on 8/18/15 and revised on 8/24/15 and 8/28/15.
WHEREAS, the Board of Zoning Adjustments received an application and
scheduled a public hearing for September 21, 2015 for variances to the rearyard setback, side-yard setback and height requirements, which application was
withdrawn before the public hearing.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL,
ACTING AS GOVERNING AUTHORITY OF JEFFERSON PARISH,
LOUISIANA:
SECTION I. That the Jefferson Parish Council hereby denies Docket No.
OM-25-15, the construction of a raised accessory structure with variances to
the rear-yard setback, side-yard setback and height requirements, as shown on
development drawings identified as Sheets A1 Site Plan, revised 8/28/15; A2
Floor Plan, revised 8/24/15; A2.1 Floor Plan, revised 8/24/15; A5 Elevations,
revised 8/24/15; A5.1 Elevations, revised 8/24/15; and A5.2 Elevations, revised
8/28/15; all prepared by scnz architects, LLC; at 21 Nassau Drive, on Lot D1,
Square H, Metairie Club Gardens Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by
EnglewoodPkwy, Pelham Ave, and Northline St; zoned R-1D Rural Residential
District/OMNCD.
SECTION II. That the Clerk of Council is hereby authorized and directed
to send a certified copy of this resolution and all relevant attachments to the
following parties:
Director, Planning Department;
Director, Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement;
Supervisor, Plan Review Section, Department of Inspection and Code
Enforcement;
David and Greer Monteleone
21 Nassau Drive
Metairie, Louisiana 70005
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as following:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125802
A resolution approving Docket No. OM-30-15, the appeal of the Parish Arborists
denial of a request to remove a 48-inch Live Oak from the courtyard at 8 Shadow
Lane, on Lot 8, Shadow Lane Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; bounded
by Metairie Road, Orpheum Avenue, Fairview Court, and Friedrichs Avenue;
zoned R-1B Suburban Residential District/OMNCD Old Metairie Neighborhood
Conservation District. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Old Metairie
Commission (OMC) to review certain development proposals within the
OMNCD by Ordinance Number 18547, dated July 1, 1992; and
WHEREAS, the OMC held a public hearing on October 1, 2015, as required by
law, and recommended approval of the appeal of the Parish Arborists denial of
a request to remove a 48-inch Live Oak from the courtyard at 8 Shadow Lane.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL,
ACTING AS GOVERNING AUTHORITY OF JEFFERSON PARISH,
LOUISIANA:
SECTION I. That the Jefferson Parish Council hereby approves Docket No. OM30-15, the removal of a 48-inch Live Oak from the courtyard at 8Shadow Lane;
in accordance with the survey dated April 3, 2014 and prepared by Gilbert,
Kelly & Couturie, Inc., in the Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation District
(OMNCD) at 8 Shadow Lane, on Lot 8, Shadow Lane Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana; bounded by Metairie Road, Orpheum Avenue, Fairview
Court, and Friedrichs Avenue; zoned R-1B Suburban Residential District/
OMNCD Old Metairie Neighborhood Conservation District.
SECTION II. That the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement is
hereby authorized to proceed with the permit process on the above referenced
proposal, subject to all pertinent Parish codes.
SECTION III. That the Clerk of Council is hereby authorized and directed
to send a certified copy of this resolution and all relevant attachments to the
following parties:
Director, Planning Department;
Director, Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement;
Supervisor, Plan Review Section, Department of Inspection and Code
Enforcement;
Brittany Hogan Ford, 1632 Club Rd., Charlotte, NC 28205
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as following:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 7th day of October , 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125803
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
the Parish of Jefferson and the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., for provision of
Senior Center Facilities (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 organizations, corporations or individuals;
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;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., is a quasi-public, non-profit
corporation, organized pursuant to La. R.S. 46:1601 et seq., operating exclusively
for charitable and educational purposes, with all funding expended solely to help
the elderly who are in need of such assistance within the Parish of Jefferson,
which affords an avenue for working out a more complete understanding of the
problems, interests and desires of elderly people and the process of aging on the
part of the Parish of Jefferson, and helps to solve as many of the problems of the
elderly as possible;

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WHEREAS, the public purpose of this Project is to assist the elderly citizens
of Jefferson Parish in securing equal opportunity and receiving services in
the areas of health, employment, and recreation, advancing the quality of life
initiative in Jefferson Parish for senior citizens, pursuant to the Jefferson Parish
Charter Sec. 1.01(14) and 1.01(15);
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
value from the services described in detail: the Jefferson Council on Aging shall
provide services and information to the elderly of Jefferson Parish in the areas of
housing information, transportation, physical and mental health, employment,
institutional care information, wholesome nutrition, recreation, community
services, educational services and other community services, which will
enhance the welfare and livelihood of the senior citizens of Jefferson Parish that
is at least equivalent to the annual consideration described in this Agreement;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., and the Parish of Jefferson
initially entered into a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement on December 1, 1982,
pursuant to Resolution No. 46007 adopted on the 6th day of October, 1982,
concerning the provision of Senior Center Facilities in the unincorporated areas
of Jefferson Parish. The agreement was amended to include the Senior Centers
in Bridge City and Marrero at Estelle, via Resolution No. 102015 adopted on
the 29th day of September, 2004, and Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement dated the 11th day of October, 2004;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., and the Parish of Jefferson
also entered into a contract for services dated January 16, 1992, adopted by
Resolution No. 68524 on February 27, 1991, concerning payment by the Parish
of Jefferson to the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., from the General Fund of
the Parish for services to be rendered by the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., for
developing and implementing plans for counseling, employment opportunities,
and improvement of the health, social, religious and recreational welfare of the
elderly in Jefferson Parish and other services on behalf of the elderly in Jefferson
Parish;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc., performed services
effectively and has honored its commitments to the Parish of Jefferson and the
elderly residing in Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the term of this Agreement shall commence on October 29, 2015,
and end on midnight of the date immediately preceding the first anniversary;
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 Jefferson Council on Aging, Inc. for provision of Senior Center
Facilities be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on October 29,
2015.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this Agreement from the funds
collected from the mill property tax and credited to the Jefferson Community
Senior Service Fund are to be charged to Budget Account No. 22560-3556-1147675; all costs associated with this agreement from the general funds are to be
charged to Budget Account No. 10010-0850-7675.
SECTION 4. 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 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125794
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Hard Rock Construction,
LLC, Bid No. 50-114115, in the base bid amount of $382,698.36 plus two
stainless steel pelican monuments (Alternate #1) in the amount of $10,000 for a
total of $392,698.36, for the Manhattan Boulevard Beautification Project, Phase
I (Lapalco Boulevard to 12th Street) to include the installation of a decorative
steel wall and foundation, concrete landscape curbs, lighting, drainage and new
landscape and irrigation for the Jefferson Parish Public Works Department
Parkways. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish received 7 valid bids on September 10, 2015 for
the Manhattan Boulevard Beautification Project, Phase I (Lapalco Boulevard to
12th Street) to include the installation of a decorative steel wall and foundation,
concrete landscape curbs, lighting, drainage and new landscape and irrigation
for the Jefferson Parish Public Works Department Parkways; and,
WHEREAS, Hard Rock Construction, LLC, submitted the lowest responsible
bid under Proposal No. 50-114115 at the total cost of $392,698.36; and,
WHEREAS, Linfield, Hunter and Junius, Inc. has reviewed the bids and has
recommended that award of contract be made to Hard Rock Construction, LLC.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Hard Rock Construction, LLC,
Bid No. 50-114115, in the base bid amount of $382,698.36 plus two stainless
steel pelican monuments (Alternate #1) in the amount of $10,000 for a total
of $392,698.36, for the Manhattan Boulevard Beautification Project, Phase I
(Lapalco Boulevard to 12th Street) to include the installation of a decorative
steel wall and foundation, concrete landscape curbs, lighting, drainage and new
landscape and irrigation for the Jefferson Parish Public Works Department
Parkways, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. 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 Hard
Rock Construction, LLC.
SECTION 3. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
44560-4008-7454 (45629.018) Construction Contracts.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125800
Right-of-Way lease agreement between Jefferson Parish and Area 54, LLC
relative to and in compliance with the Jefferson Parish Comprehensive Zoning
Ordinance for the Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone, and to provide for related
matters. (Council District No. 5).
WHEREAS, Area 54, LLC is the owner of certain real immovable property
located at Lot 67-A, Metairieville Subdivision, bearing a municipal address
212 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, located in the Parish of Jefferson, State of
Louisiana (hereinafter referred to as Lessees Property); and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is the owner of that portion of the Veterans
Memorial Boulevard Right-of-Way located adjacent to Lessees Property,
measuring approximately 13,866 square feet; and
WHEREAS, the owner, Area 54, LLC, desires to lease from Jefferson Parish
approximately 5,577 square feet of that right-of-way to comply with and satisfy
the provisions of the Jefferson Parish Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance for the
Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone; and
WHEREAS, Wayne Sandoz and Associates, Inc. has previously appraised the
right-of-way measuring approximately 13,866 square feet, as having a total lease
value of $3,792.36.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of the Parish:
SECTION 1. That the annual Right-of-Way lease agreement between Jefferson
Parish and Area 54, LLC for that portion of the Veterans Memorial Boulevard
Right-of-Way measuring approximately 5,577 square feet and located adjacent
to the real immovable property located at Lot 67-A, Metairieville Subdivision,
bearing a municipal address 212 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, located in the
Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana, for and in consideration of the payment
and receipt of the sum of $3,792.36, is hereby authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the term for said lease agreement shall be annual and
will renew automatically unless sooner terminated by either party, is hereby
authorized and ratified.
SECTION 3. That the rental payments for the above mentioned property shall
be deposited into Budget Account No. 22220-0000-5832, is hereby authorized
and ratified.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
is authorized to execute any and all documents required to carry out the
provisions of this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared adopted on the 7th day of October , 2015.


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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125804
A resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, to execute an agreement with the State of Louisiana,
Department of Transportation and Development, for the construction of Severn
Avenue Corridor Improvements (Veterans Blvd to West Esplanade Ave), State
Project No. H.011752, Federal Aid Project No. H011752, Public Works Project
No. 2013-022-RB. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is desirous of constructing improvements to the
Severn Avenue Corridor (Veterans Blvd to West Esplanade Ave) to provide
a subsurface drainage system that meets current design criteria, to increase
pedestrian and bicycle accessibility, to provide pedestrian lighting, to improve
street lighting, and to beautify the area (hereinafter, the PROJECT); and
WHEREAS, under the provisions of Title 23, United States Code, Highways,
as amended, funds have been appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund to
finance improvement projects under the direct administration of the Louisiana
Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD); and
WHEREAS, the PROJECT is part of a transportation improvements program
serving to implement the area-wide transportation plan currently held valid by
the metropolitan planning organization, and developed as required by section
134 of Title 23, U.S.C.; and
WHEREAS, the DOTD is agreeable to the implementation of the PROJECT in
which the cost of the PROJECT will be a joint participation between the Parish
and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), with the entity contributing
the 20% match of the participating construction, construction engineering,
construction testing, and utility relocation costs currently estimated at
$8,360,000.00, and the FHWA contributing, through the DOTD, the remaining
80% at the time of FHWA authorization.
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 an Entity/State Agreement for Severn Avenue Corridor
Improvements (Veterans Blvd to West Esplanade Ave), State Project No.
H.011752, Federal Aid Project No. H011752, Public Works Project No. 2013022-RB.
SECTION 2. That upon FHWA authorization, costs associated with this
Entity/State Agreement are to be charged to Account No. 44200-4002-7454
(42023.030), with eighty percent (80%) of the participating construction costs
(Estimated at $6,688,000.00) to be reimbursed by the FHWA, and the remaining
twenty percent (20%) of the participating costs (Estimated at $1,672,000.00) to
be paid by Jefferson Parish.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following Resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125805
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the Lease Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and John D. Killian, III for the rental of Slip No. 8 at the Bucktown
Marina, 325 Metairie Hammond Highway and to provide for related matters.
(Council District 5)
WHEREAS, pursuant to La. R.S. 41:1224.1, Jefferson Parish is authorized
to lease the boat slips at the Bucktown Marina on a first-come, first-served
basis for a fair market value as determined by an appraiser and that the rates of
such boat slips are made available to the public and are published in the official
journal of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, boat slips measuring 40 feet have been appraised by James Juneau
Appraisal Services, Inc. and after considering operating costs and other factors
a fair market monthly rental value of $240.00 was established; and
WHEREAS, the rates have been published in the official journal of Jefferson
Parish; and
WHEREAS, John D. Killian, III contacted the Parish of Jefferson on September
30, 2015, and requested to lease Slip 8 at the fair market value rental rate of
$240.00 per month, payable in quarterly installments of $720.00.
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 Lease Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and
John D. Killian, III for the rental of Slip No. 8 at the Bucktown Marina, is hereby
authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the rental payments shall be deposited into Account No.
21830-0000-5832, Lease-Rental Income, are hereby authorized.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign 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 is declared adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125806
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay 2 invoices from
Allison L. Beckman for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total
cost of $9,508.52 (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 August and September, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Allison L. Beckman, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter during that period.
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 #4 in the amount of $4,951.34, and Invoice #6 in the amount of 4,557.18
for a total amount of $9,508.52 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125807
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Nicholas Moraites for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a total cost
of $2,396.00 (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 August and September, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Nicholas Moraites, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter during that period.
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 2,396.00 to Nicholas Moraites, 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125808
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Margaret Trumble, DVM for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a
total cost of $449.25 (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 August and September, 2015; and

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WHEREAS, Margaret Trumble, DVM, performed veterinary services for the


Animal Shelter during that period.
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 $449.25 to Margaret Trumble, 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125809
A resolution ratifying the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and West Jefferson Holdings, LLC to provide equipment and
support for Family Festival 2015, an educational and recreational festival which
will benefit the citizens of the Parish of Jefferson. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, 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 provide a healthy and fun
recreational event for the promotion and education of the people of Jefferson
Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
a value from the Family Festival by further promoting and educating overall
health awareness and safety, thereby reducing health expenses for the people of
Jefferson Parish, that is at least equivalent to the value of the 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, PARISH desires to cooperate with West Jefferson Holdings, LLC
in the implementation of the project.
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 West Jefferson Medical Center to provide equipment and support for an
educational and recreational festival is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there is no direct cost associated with this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the term of this contract shall commence upon October 15,
2015.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #37 on
the agenda of a resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the
approved firms for routine Engineering Services which cost under $300,000.00
for Drainage projects whose services will be required to provide professional
services for preparation of plans and specifications for the design of automatic
rakes for the trash screens at Hero Pump Station be and is hereby deferred until
November 4, 2015. (Council District 1) (Approved by Mr. Templet at the request
of the Administration) (Deferred from 9/23/15)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #38 on
the agenda of a resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the
approved firms for routine engineering services which cost under $300,000.00
for Sewerage Projects, which services will be required for professional and
supplemental services for the Upgrade of Rosethorne Wastewater Treatment
Plant; SCIP D4105 be and is hereby deferred until November 4, 2015. (Council
District 1) (Approved by Mr. Templet at the request of the Administration)
(Deferred from 9/23/15)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #39 on the
agenda of a resolution depositing the Jefferson Parish General Funds portion
of BP Deepwater Horizon settlement funds into escrow while a Parishwide
comprehensive spending plan is developed be and is hereby deferred until
November 4, 2015. (Parishwide) (Mr. Lagasse) (Deferred from 9/23/15)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, that Item #40 on the
agenda of a resolution requesting the Jefferson Parish Legislative Delegation
to introduce, sponsor and endeavor to have enacted legislation to make the
Jefferson Parish Housing Authority a special district of Jefferson Parish be and
is hereby deferred until November 4, 2015. (Parishwide) (Mr. Lagasse)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #41 on the
agenda of a resolution declaring Harris Builders, L.L.C., to be in default of
its Contract dated September 7, 2012, to develop seven (7) new single-family
homes on properties transferred to Jefferson Parish by the Louisiana Land
Trust, Proposal No. 50-1033973 be and is hereby deferred until October 21, 2015.
(Council District 4) (Approved by Mr. Zahn at the request of the Administration)
(Deferred from 9/23/15)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125810
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with ECM Consultants, Inc. dated February 15, 2013 for the design
and construction of Veterans Boulevard Pumps and related projects to establish
a new termination date of February 15, 2018, Public Works Project No. 2012034-DR. The total contract amount remains unchanged at $876,856.00. (Council
District No. 5)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and ECM Consultants, Inc. dated February 15, 2013, authorized by Resolution
No. 120326, as amended by Amendment No. 1, authorized by Resolution No.
123753, to provide professional engineering services relative to the design of
Veterans Boulevard Pumps and related projects, Public Works Project No. 2012034-DR; and
WHEREAS, the engineering agreement will expire on February 15, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the design is underway; and
WHEREAS, the time required to complete the design and 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 two years to February 15, 2018.
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 Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 2, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with ECM
Consultants, Inc. dated February 15, 2013, to establish a new termination date of
February 15, 2018 for the design and construction of Veterans Boulevard Pumps
and related projects, Public Works Project No. 2012-034-DR.
SECTION 2. That the value of the Engineering Agreement amount remains at
$876,856.00.
SECTION 3. That the cost of engineering will continue to be charged to Budget
Account Number 45210-4037-7451(52110.039), Contract 55-00013234.
SECTION 4. That all other terms and conditions of the engineering agreement
remain unchanged.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman 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 hereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125811
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc. dated January 17, 2013 for
engineering services necessary for the design and construction of Breaux Ditch
Drainage Improvements, Public Works Project No. 2012-037-DR, to establish a
new termination date of January 17, 2018 with no change in the contract amount.
(Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc. dated January 17, 2013 authorized by Resolution
No. 120081 to provide engineering services necessary for the Design and
Construction of Breaux Ditch Drainage Improvements (East Ames Blvd. to Leo
Kerner Parkway); and
WHEREAS, the design of Breaux Ditch Drainage Improvements is complete;
and
WHEREAS, the construction is funded under the Capital Outlay Program; and
WHEREAS, the project is on hold awaiting the movement by Facility Planning
& Control of funding from Priority 5 into Priority 1; and
WHEREAS, the agreement currently expires on January 17, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to extend the engineering agreement for a period
of two years to provide sufficient time to advertise the project for public bids,
and to provide construction administration and inspection services during
construction.
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 Amendment
No. 1, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement dated January 17,
2013 between the Parish of Jefferson and Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc. for engineering
services necessary for the design and construction of Breaux Ditch Drainage
Improvements, Public Works Project No. 2012-037-DR, to establish a new
termination date of January 17, 2018.
SECTION 2. That the contract fee, in the amount of $226,218.50, remains
unchanged, and is funded from Account No. 45230-4039-7451(52356.028).
Contract No. 55-13204.
SECTION 3. That all other terms and conditions of the engineering agreement
remain unchanged.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman 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 hereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125812
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with H. Davis Cole & Associates, LLC dated December
4, 2012, for engineering services related to the evaluation and recommendation
for the replacement and/or repair of Price Brothers Sewer Force Mains located
throughout Council District 2, Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project
No. D6404, to establish a new contract termination date of December 4, 2016;
the contract amount remains at $300,000.00 (Not to Exceed), (Council District
No. 2).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated December 4, 2012,
between Jefferson Parish and H. Davis Cole & Associates, LLC, as authorized
by Resolution No. 119903 dated November 7, 2012, for the evaluation and
recommendation for the replacement and/or repair of Price Brothers Sewer
Force Mains located throughout Council District 2, SCIP Project No. D6404;
and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects had previously negotiated a not
to exceed fee of $300,000.00 to perform various tasks and with no guarantee as
to the amount of work given over the term of the agreement; and
WHEREAS, there are currently $20,000.00 in funds budgeted towards this
project; and
WHEREAS, when additional funding is secured, the Engineer will be allowed
to perform additional tasks up to the maximum contract value of $300,000.00;
and
WHEREAS, the Notice to Proceed is expected to be issued in the near future for
work tasks under the budgeted amount of $20,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the current engineering contract will expire December 4, 2015; and
WHEREAS, a new contract termination date of December 4, 2016 needs to be
established to allow the engineers to perform various work tasks as they develop
and funds become available.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 1, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with H. Davis Cole & Associates,
LLC dated December 4, 2012, for engineering services related to the evaluation
and recommendation for the replacement and/or repair of Price Brothers
Sewer Force Mains located throughout Council District 2 Sewerage Capital
Improvement Program Project No. D6404, to establish a new contract termination
date of December 4, 2016; the contract amount remains at $300,000.00 (Not to
Exceed).
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with the engineering services will
continue to be charged to Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7451 (49415.002),
(Contract No. to be established once Notice to Proceed is issued).
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated December 4, 2012, 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 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125813
A resolution ratifying an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Barowka
and Bonura Engineers and Consultants, LLC (BBEC) to provide professional
engineering services for the design of Ames Boulevard Rehabilitation (West
Bank Expressway to Happy Street), Public Works Project No. 2013-033-RB, for
an amount Not-to-Exceed $119,780.20. (Council District No. 3)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 122976, adopted on June 11, 2014, the
Jefferson Parish Council (hereinafter, OWNER) selected the firm of Barowka
and Bonura Engineers and Consultants, LLC (BBEC) to provide professional
engineering services for the design of Ames Boulevard Rehabilitation (West
Bank Expressway to Happy Street), Public Works Project No. 2013-033-RB
(hereinafter, the PROJECT); and
WHEREAS, a Lump Sum fee of $77,847.00 for Basic Engineering Design
Services and a Not-To-Exceed fee of $41,933.20 for Supplemental Services
(Topographic Survey - $19,912.00 Lump Sum; Geotechnical Engineering
Investigation and Report - $6,100.00 Lump Sum; Construction Sequence/Traffic
Control - $8,320.00 Lump Sum; Coordination with Surveyor and Geotechnical
Engineer - $2,601.20 Lump Sum; Coordination with Louisiana Department of
Transportation and Development, Regional Planning Commission, and Jefferson
Parish - $5,000.00 Not-to-exceed) has been negotiated and mutually agreed upon
by the Jefferson Parish Department of Engineering and the ENGINEER; and

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WHEREAS, the ENGINEER proposes to use the firm of BFM Corporation,


LLC as sub-consultant to perform the Topographic Survey and to use the firm
of The Beta Group Engineering and Construction Services as sub-consultant to
perform the Geotechnical Engineering Services; 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 Agreement
with Barowka and Bonura Engineers and Consultants, LLC (BBEC) to
provide professional engineering services for the design of Ames Boulevard
Rehabilitation (West Bank Expressway to Happy Street), Public Works Project
No. 2013-033-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 $119,780.20 to be charged to Account No. 44200-4002-7451
(42062.004).
SECTION 4. That the firm of BFM Corporation, LLC shall be used as a subconsultant to perform the Topographic Survey and the firm of The Beta Group
Engineering and Construction Services shall be used as a sub-consultant to
perform the Geotechnical Engineering Services for the PROJECT.
SECTION 5. 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 6. 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125814
A resolution ratifying an engineering agreement with Rahman and Associates,
Inc. to provide engineering services for Improvements to Bayou Segnette
Drainage Pump Station No. 1 for a total cost of $390,000.00, 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 (Council District No. 3).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 125195, adopted on June 24, 2015,
the Jefferson Parish Council selected the firm of Rahman and Associates, Inc.
for routine engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Drainage
Projects, excluding resident inspection, to provide professional services for
the preparation of plans and specifications for the design of pump station
improvements to Bayou Segnette Drainage Pump Station No. 1; and
WHEREAS, the scope of work includes pump and engine replacements and gear
box rehabilitations; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated a lump sum fee
of $300,000.00 for Basic Services and a not to exceed fee of $90,000.00 for
Resident Inspection Services; and
WHEREAS, Rahman and Associates, Inc. is authorized to provide services with
support from Hartman Engineering, Inc.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify the terms
of the engineering agreement with Rahman and Associates, Inc. to provide
engineering services for Improvements to Bayou Segnette Drainage Pump
Station No. 1 for a total cost of $390,000.00.
SECTION 2. That the cost of these services shall be charged to Budget Account
Number 45210-4037-7451(52110.043).
SECTION 3. That the fixed amount of compensation stated in the contract shall
not be exceeded by a factor of more than ten (10) percent without an amendment
to the contract authorized by resolution of the council.
SECTION 4. That Rahman and Associates, Inc.is authorized to use the firm of
Hartman Engineering, Inc. as a sub-consultant for professional services.
SECTION 5. That the term of the Agreement shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 6. 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125815
A resolution ratifying a two (2) year agreement with Pivotal Engineering, LLC
for providing miscellaneous mechanical and electrical engineering services on
an as-needed basis for projects located throughout the Parish for a total not-toexceed 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 Pivotal Engineering, LLC to provide
miscellaneous mechanical and electrical engineering services on an as-needed
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.
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 the terms of the two (2)
year agreement with Pivotal Engineering, 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 of this contract shall commence upon the later date
of September 1, 2015 or the date of execution by all parties.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125816
A resolution ratifying an Agreement with Oil Mop, L.L.C., dba OMI
Environmental Solutions to provide emergency response cleanup and disposal
or recycling of hazardous materials and oil spills and related services on an asneeded basis for the Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire Department,
Hazardous Materials Division, and the Department of Environmental Affairs
for two (2) years at a cost not to exceed one hundred fifty thousand dollars
($150,000.00) per year without prior Council approval under RFP No. 0339.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125190, adopted on the 24th date of
June, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Purchasing Department
to advertise for Request for Proposals to provide emergency response cleanup
and disposal or recycling of hazardous materials and oil spills and related
services on an as-needed basis for the Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated
Fire Department, Hazardous Materials Division, and the Department of
Environmental Affairs for two (2) years at a cost not to exceed one hundred fifty
thousand dollars ($150,000.00) per year without prior Council approval under
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WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to obtain competitive


proposals as allowed by Section 2-985 et.seq. of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances from bona fide, qualified proposers who are interested in providing
emergency response cleanup and disposal or recycling of hazardous materials
and oil spills and related services on an as-needed basis; and
WHEREAS, the critical nature of the scope of services deserves a more indepth analysis of proposers experience, financial stability and capacity, the RFP
process is warranted over and above a public bid; and
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the attached Agreement with Oil Mop, L.L.C., dba OMI
Environmental Solutions to provide emergency response cleanup and disposal
or recycling of hazardous materials and oil spills and related services on an asneeded basis for the Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire Department,
Hazardous Materials Division, and the Department of Environmental Affairs
for two (2) years at a cost not to exceed one hundred fifty thousand dollars
($150,000.00) per year without prior Council approval under RFP No.0339, be
and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
individual departments responsible for the response action via account numbers
ending in 7433.4 (Underground Storage Tanks) or 7331 (Professional Services)
or other account numbers identified at the time the service is provided.
SECTION 3. That the term for this contract shall commence upon October 7,
2015.
SECTION 4. That the Chair of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chair, be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125817
A resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
his absence the Vice-Chairman, to execute a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and Control (FP&C)
and the Parish of Jefferson to secure $1,220,000.00 in Capital Outlay Cash and
a $1,050,000.00 Non-Cash Line of Credit towards the Riverside Senior Center,
FP&C Project No. 50-J26-14-08 (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, Act 26 of the 2015 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature
(Act) contains appropriations for Jefferson Parish, entitled Riverside Senior
Center, Planning and Construction (Jefferson), in the amount of $2,270,000.00;
and
WHEREAS, the appropriations will be applied towards Planning and
Construction of the Center; and
WHEREAS, the work scope includes design and construction of a multi-purpose
Community Center for Seniors in the Riverside Area; and
WHEREAS, the Act provides that all of the funds appropriated, in the absence
of express language to the contrary, shall be considered as having been
appropriated directly to FP&C and shall be administered by FP&C under a
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Local Entity (Jefferson Parish); and
WHEREAS, the Omnibus Bond Act of the Louisiana Legislature (OBA),
adopted in accordance with Article VII, Section 6 of the Louisiana Constitution
of 1974, provides for the issuances by the State Bond Commission (Bond
Commission) of State General Obligation Bonds for the projects contained in
the Act including this Project, which bonds are to be secured by a pledge of the
full faith and credit of the State, as well as by monies dedicated to and paid into
the Bond Redemption and Security Fund as provided in Article VII, Section 9
of the Constitution, which authorization includes the issuance, if applicable, of
State General Obligation Bonds for the Project (Project Bonds) as set forth in
Exhibit B of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement; and
WHEREAS, in order to secure State Funds, it is necessary to designate an
official of the Parish of Jefferson to act on behalf of the Parish of Jefferson in
all matters pertaining to this project, including certifying requests for State
disbursements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, acting
as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute a Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and
Control (FP&C) and the Parish of Jefferson to secure $1,220,000.00 in Capital
Outlay Cash and a $1,050,000.00 Non-Cash Line of Credit towards the Riverside
Senior Center, FP&C Project No. 50-J26-14-08.
SECTION 2. That once the funds are secured, then proper account lines will be
established.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. That Sean Burke, the Director of the Jefferson Parish Department
of Citizens Affairs, an official of the Parish of Jefferson, has been designated to
act on behalf of the Parish of Jefferson in all matters pertaining to this project,
including certifying requests for State disbursements but excluding any matter
that requires Council approval which will be signed by the Council Chairman.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125818
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal of
Statements of Qualifications from persons or firms interested and qualified to
provide professional engineering services related to the Rehabilitation of Cleary
and West Napoleon Lift Station (F6-13) (Council District 5).
WHEREAS, the objective of this project is to design improvements to the
existing Cleary and West Napoleon Lift Station (F6-13); and
WHEREAS, engineering services are needed in order to provide Plans and
Specifications for the proposed improvements; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has received federal grants from Lake
Pontchartrain Restoration Program, in accordance with a Sub-Award Agreement
between THE University of New Orleans Research and Technology Foundation
(hereinafter referred to as FOUNDATION) and the Parish of Jefferson, as
authorized by the Council under Resolution No. 122265 dated January 15, 2015
and as amended by Amendment 1 as authorized by Resolution No. 125573 dated
August 26, 2015; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to advertise for the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested and
qualified to provide professional architectural and engineering services related
to the design and construction administration of the improvements; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects will be responsible for the
preparation of a Public Notice that is to be submitted to the Parish Clerk, with
instructions to commence the advertisement process, as required by law.
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 the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested
and qualified to provide professional engineering services related to the
Rehabilitation of Cleary and West Napoleon Lift Station (F6-13).
SECTION 2. That the following criteria will be used to evaluate the statement of
the persons or firms submitting:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the engineering services - 35 points
(2) Size of firm considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform the type of engineering tasks, including project evaluation,
project design, drafting of technical plans, development of technical
specifications and construction administration - 10 points
(3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the
factors of type of engineering task, current unfinished workload, and person or
firms available professional and support personnel 20 points
(4) Past Performance by person or firm on projects of or similar comparable size,
scope, and scale. 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 Sewerage and received by the Chairman of the Evaluation Committee
a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the scheduled date of the Technical
Evaluation Committee meeting 10 points
(5) 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,
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Parishes other than the foregoing (10 Points); (4) Outside the State of Louisiana
(6 Points) 15 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 indispensable party, or where the person or firm
participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim. In the
event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and detailed information
regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the absence of legal
proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive with regard to
this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded 15 points
(7) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of the
engineering services, as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable
references 15 points
SECTION 3. That the person or firm submitting a Statement of Qualifications
shall have the following minimum qualifications:
1. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least one (1) principal
who is a professional engineer and shall be registered as such in Louisiana;
2. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least a Professional in
Charge of the Project who is a professional engineer who shall be registered as
such in the State of Louisiana with a minimum of five (5) years experience; and
3. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least 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 this requirement
only if the advertised Project involves more than one discipline.
SECTION 4. That only those persons or firms receiving an overall cumulative
score of at least seventy percent (70%) or greater (equal or more than 84), of
the total possible points for all categories to be assigned by the participating
Technical Evaluation Committee members shall be deemed qualified to perform
engineering tasks.
SECTION 5. That the cost of these services will be negotiated with the Jefferson
Parish Department of Capital Projects.
SECTION 6. That no work associated with this project shall be authorized
by Jefferson Parish until the sub-award authorizing the federal funds is fully
executed.
SECTION 7. That proper account lines will be established when the sub-award
authorizing federal fund is executed by both parties.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125819
A resolution authorizing and ratifying an Easement Agreement with Ochsner
Clinic Foundation to provide a servitude to Jefferson Parish for the location of
a public bus-stop to be located at Lot 63, Sq. 8, Live Oak Place Subdivision, at
the corner of Jefferson Highway and Betz Avenue, being the width of 20 feet
frontage of said lot on Jefferson Highway, by a depth of 25 feet. (Council District
2)
WHEREAS, Ochsner Clinic Foundation has closed the existing public bus-stop
and has requested that the Jefferson Parish Transit Department place a new
public bus-stop at the new location, situated on the property of Ochsner Health
System located at Lot 63, Sq. 8, Live Oak Place Subdivision, at the corner of
Jefferson Highway and Betz Avenue, being the width of 20 feet frontage of said
lot on Jefferson Highway, by a depth of 25 feet; and
WHEREAS, the residents of Jefferson Parish will benefit from this arrangement.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Easement Agreement with Ochsner Health System for
the location of a public bus-stop, to be located on Lot 63, Sq. 8 Live Oak Place
Subdivision, at the corner of Jefferson Highway and Betz Avenue, being the
width of 20 feet frontage of said lot on Jefferson Highway, by a depth of 25 feet,
is hereby authorized and ratified. (Council District 2)
SECTION 2. That no cost is associated with this Agreement.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Council, or in his absence, the ViceChairman is hereby authorized to execute any documents required to give 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125820
A resolution ratifying the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and LSU Agricultural Center to provide for use of the LaSalle Park
Garden to host two Open House events and to provide volunteers once per week
for maintenance of the Park Garden. (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 or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish is authorized by Section 1.01(15) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement for development and
administration of recreational facilities; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is described as: to promote
cultural and educational initiatives for the citizens of Jefferson Parish through
educating the public on the various planting seasons; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving a benefit
or value from an enhanced quality of life as well as a more educated citizen
which is at least equivalent to the use of LaSalle Park Garden 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, Jefferson Parish desires to cooperate with LSU Agricultural Center
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 LSU Agricultural Center to provide for use of the LaSalle Park
Garden to host two Open House events and to provide volunteers once per week
for maintenance of the Park Garden is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there is no direct cost associated with this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the term of this agreement shall commence upon the execution
of the agreement.
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
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125821
A resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
his absence the Vice-Chairman, to execute a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning and Control (FP&C)
and the Parish of Jefferson to secure $70,000.00 in Capital Outlay Cash towards
Latigue Street Roadway Improvements, FP&C Project No. 50-J26-14-02
(Council District 3).
WHEREAS, Act 26 of the 2015 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature
(Act) contains a cash appropriation for Jefferson Parish, entitled Latigue Street
Roadway Improvements, Planning and Construction (Jefferson), in the amount
of $70,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the appropriation will be applied towards Construction; and
WHEREAS, the work scope includes the reconstruction of the existing two
lane roadway between River Road and Foundry and the construction of a new
roadway between Foundry and Live Oak, including drainage improvements; and
WHEREAS, the Act provides that all of the funds appropriated, in the absence
of express language to the contrary, shall be considered as having been
appropriated directly to FP&C and shall be administered by FP&C under a
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Local Entity (Jefferson Parish); and
WHEREAS, the Omnibus Bond Act of the Louisiana Legislature (OBA),
adopted in accordance with Article VII, Section 6 of the Louisiana Constitution
of 1974, provides for the issuances by the State Bond Commission (Bond

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Commission) of State General Obligation Bonds for the projects contained in


the Act including this Project, which bonds are to be secured by a pledge of the
full faith and credit of the State, as well as by monies dedicated to and paid into
the Bond Redemption and Security Fund as provided in Article VII, Section 9
of the Constitution, which authorization includes the issuance, if applicable, of
State General Obligation Bonds for the Project (Project Bonds) as set forth in
Exhibit B of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement; and
WHEREAS, in order to secure State Funds, it is necessary to designate an
official of the Parish of Jefferson to act on behalf of the Parish of Jefferson in
all matters pertaining to this project, including certifying requests for State
disbursements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, acting
as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement between the State of Louisiana, Office of Facility Planning
and Control (FP&C) and the Parish of Jefferson to secure $70,000.00 in Capital
Outlay Cash towards Latigue Street Roadway Improvements, FP&C Project No.
50-J26-14-02.
SECTION 2. That once the funds are secured, then proper account lines will be
established.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. That Reda Youssef, the Director of the Jefferson Parish Department
of Capital Projects, an official of the Parish of Jefferson, has been designated to
act on behalf of the Parish of Jefferson in all matters pertaining to this project,
including certifying requests for State disbursements but excluding any matter
that requires Council approval which will be signed by the Council Chairman.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125822
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and L.W. Higgins High School for the purchase of uniform jerseys for the
L.W. Higgins High School basketball program to promote positive extracurricular
activities for the youth for a cost not to exceed $3,507.19. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, PARISH desires, as authorized in Sec. 1.01(15) in the Jefferson
Parish Charter to cooperate with ORGANIZATION in the implementation of
the Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to promote positive
extracurricular activities for the youth of Jefferson Parish by facilitating the
purchase of uniform jerseys for the L.W. Higgins High School basketball team to
allow more students to participate in ORGANIZATIONs sports program; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value of
positive recreational programs for youth of Jefferson Parish, resulting in wellrounded, independent citizens of Jefferson Parish, that is least equivalent to the
$3,507.19 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 acting
in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and L.W. Higgins High School for the purchase of uniform jerseys
for the L.W. Higgins High School basketball program to promote positive
extracurricular activities for the youth for a cost not to exceed $3,507.19 is
hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this Agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 22040-2773-7680.177.
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 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 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125823
A resolution increasing the cap for Contract No 55-13505 with Pethealth
Services to Provide Access to Software and Services on an ASP Basis for the
Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter and purchase of microchips from $60,000.00 to
$120,000.00.(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the contract is open ended and to date $58,719.12 has been
expended against this contract; and
WHEREAS, the cap increase is needed in order to continue to provide software
services and the purchase of microchips for the Animal Shelter.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the resolution to increase the cap for Contract No. 55-13505
with Pethealth Services to Provide Access to Software and Services on an ASP
Basis and purchase of microchips for the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter from
$60,000.00 to $120,000.00, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That expenditures for the increased contract cap will be charged
to 21710-2200-7331.
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 all documents in connection with this resolution
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 7th day of October, 2015.


On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125824
A resolution authorizing the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit
Administration to accept the final allotment of the FY2015 5307 Urbanized
Area Formula Funding grant program, in the amount of $1,183,335 through
the Regional Planning Commission as authorized by the Federal Transit
Administration. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration will be
required to provide a local match in the amount of $746,694.00;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration projects
that, $301,901.00 will be used to pay for capital projects, $320,834.00 for
preventive maintenance, $105,000.00 will be used to pay for planning, and of
which $1,202,294.00 will be used to pay for operating expenses; and
WHEREAS, FY2015 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Funding grant program will
provide necessary funds for Jefferson Parish Transit for operating assistance,
preventive maintenance, planning, and capital projects; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration projects
that, the FY2015 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Funding grant program will
provide $1,183,335.00 in federal funds, and $746,694.00 in local match for a total
grant of $1,930,029.00.
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 Council does hereby authorize the Jefferson Parish
Department of Transit Administration to accept the FY2015 5307 Urbanized Area
Formula Funding grant program funds totaling $1,183,335.00 as authorized by
the Federal Transit Administration through the Regional Planning Commission.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute and sign and approve all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the matching funds are to be charged to account number
21670-2000-7911-21660.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


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On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125825
A resolution authorizing the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit
Administration to accept the final allotment of FY2015 5337 State of Good
Repair grant program funds, in the amount of $57,635 through the Federal
Transit Administration. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration will be
required to provide a 20% local match in the amount of $14,408; and
WHEREAS, FY2015 5337 State of Good Repair grant program will provide
necessary funds for Jefferson Parish Transit for preventive maintenance; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration projects
that, the FY2015 5337 Bus and Bus Facilities grant program will provide $57,635
in federal funds, and $14,408 in local match for a total grant of $72,043.
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 Council does hereby authorize the Jefferson Parish
Department of Transit Administration to accept the FY2015 5337 State of Good
Repair grant program funds in the amount of $57,635 as authorized by the
Federal Transit Administration.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute and sign and approve all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the matching funds be charged to account number 216702000-7911-21660.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125826
A resolution authorizing the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit
Administration to accept the final allotment of FY2015 5339 Bus and Bus
Facilities grant program funds, in the amount of $111,533 through the Regional
Planning Commission as authorized by the Federal Transit Administration.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration will be
required to provide a 20% local match in the amount of $27,883; and
WHEREAS, FY2015 5339 Bus and Bus Facilities grant program will provide
necessary funds for Jefferson Parish Transit for capital projects; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration projects
that, the FY2015 5339 Bus and Bus Facilities grant program will provide $111,533
in federal funds, and $27,883 in local match for a total grant of $139,416.
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 Council does hereby authorize the Jefferson Parish
Department of Transit Administration to accept the FY2015 5339 Bus and Bus
Facilities grant program funds in the amount of $111,533 as authorized by the
Federal Transit Administration through the Regional Planning Commission.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute and sign and approve all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the matching funds be charged to account number 216702000-7911-21660.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125827
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 $5,156.19 (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 August and September, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Allison L. Beckman, DVM, performed veterinary services for the
Animal Shelter during that period.
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 #5 in the amount of $5,156.19 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.
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 7th day of October, 2015.

It was moved by Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that Item #60 on the
agenda of 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 be and is hereby cancelled. (Parishwide) (Approved by Mr. Lagasse at
the request of the Administration)
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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125828
A resolution authorizing a name change on Contract No. 55-14068, between
the Parish of Jefferson and Carlyle Capital Markets, Inc., to reflect the new
corporate name of Banc of America Public Capital Corp., and to provide for
related matters.( )
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish entered into that certain Master Lease Agreement
with Johnson Controls, Inc. dated as of November 13, 2000 for the leasepurchase of certain equipment in connection with the construction of the Central
Plant located in the Jefferson Parish General Government Complex; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 121323 adopted July 24, 2013, authorized the
issuance of a notice of prepayment in connection with the herein described
Lease; approving the 2013 lease; and providing for other matters in connection
therewith; and Carlyle Capital Markets, Inc. assigned and sold to Sun Trust
Equipment Finance and Leasing Corp., and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has received notice that Sun Trust Equipment
Finance and Leasing Corp. has assigned and sold to Banc of America Public
Capital Corp on March 30, 2015; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the parish to approve of the continued use
of the contract with Banc of America Public Capital Corp.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize a name
change for Contract No. 55-14068 between the Parish of Jefferson and Carlyle
Capital Markets, Inc., to reflect the new corporate name of Banc of America
Public Capital Corp.
SECTION 2. That Contract No. 55-14068 shall be amended to reflect the name
change from Carlyle Capital Markets, Inc., to the new corporate name of Banc
of America Public Capital Corp.
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.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 10010-0065174-7440.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


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On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125829
A resolution authorizing Jefferson Parish, through the Department of
Community Development to enter into a Subrecipient Agreement with Start
Corp. setting forth the Terms and conditions, scope of services in their efforts to
provide case management/supportive services and other aspects of the Shelter
Plus Care Grant; a grant specifically designed to assist individuals who are
homeless and suffer from chronic mental illness, substance abuse and for dually
diagnosed individuals secure and maintain housing rental assistance payments
and to provide supportive services/case management. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish was successful in obtaining a Shelter Plus Care
Grant from HUD offered on a competitive basis from HUD for an amount of
$290,080.00 (LA0085L6H031306); and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Department of Community Development seeks
assistance and cooperation from Start Corp. to implement a portion of this grant
program in an amount not to exceed $31,394.00; and
WHEREAS, Start Corp. is the appropriate agency to participate in this grant to
address eligible clients such as those who are homeless with substance abuse/
addiction and/or with chronic debilitating mental health problems, and those that
are dual diagnosed individuals, with rental assistance and supportive services/
case management through this funding; and
WHEREAS, It is necessary that the period of this grant be from October 1, 2015,
through November 30, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. The Parish shall execute a Subrecipient Agreement between
Jefferson Parish Community Development Department and Start Corp., setting
for the terms and conditions necessary for rental assistance payments, case
management and other supportive service aspects of the Shelter Plus Care Grant.
SECTION 2. That the term of the agreement shall be October 1, 2015, through
November 30, 2015.
SECTION 3. That eligible individuals that are homeless and suffer from chronic
mental illness, substance abuse and/or dually diagnosed individuals, will be able
to secure and maintain housing, via rental assistance payments through funding
from this agreement.
SECTION 4. That Start Corp. in conjunction other participating agencies will
provide the intake, eligibility, rental placements, and supportive services to
implement the Shelter Plus Care Program.
SECTION 5. That the total; budget for these services as provided under this
agreement with Start Corp. shall not exceed $31,394.00 of FY2013 Shelter
Plus Care Grant Funds (State Grant Number LA0085L6H031306), for rental
assistance payments to the landlords. That the Account No. shall be: 214001230-280-7331-14001-0103.
SECTION 6. That the 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125830
A resolution ratifying two Intergovernmental Agreements with The Town of
Grand Isle and the Grand Isle Independent Levee District to use the Parish
of Jeffersons 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 Grand Isle 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, the Grand Isle 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 Grand Isle and the Grand Isle
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 utilitys 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 Grand Isle and the Grand Isle Independent Levee
District to provide The Town of Grand Isle and the Grand Isle Independent
Levee District with access to the Parish of Jeffersons preplaced emergency
contracts during an emergency;
WHEREAS, The Town of Grand Isle and the Grand Isle Independent Levee
District will directly use and pay for the use of the Parish of Jeffersons preplaced
contracts or reimburse the Parish of Jefferson for all costs associated with use of
the Parish of Jeffersons 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 Grand
Isle and the Grand Isle Independent Levee District to use the Parish of Jeffersons
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 term of these Agreements shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. 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 7th day of October, 2015.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered::
RESOLUTION NO. 125831
A resolution approving the appointment of Mr. Sean Hurly to the position of
Director of the Department of Public Safety Grants and Administration and to
provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Mr. Sean Hurly meets and/or exceeds all of the qualifications
required by Section 2-516.1 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances to be
appointed to the position of Director of the Department of Public Safety Grants
and Administration; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the appointment of Mr. Sean Hurly to the position of Director
of the Department of Public Safety Grants and Administration is hereby

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approved in accordance with Section 2-516.1 of the Jefferson Parish Code of


Ordinances.
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 7th day of October, 2015.


ORDINANCES INTRODUCED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUMMARY


AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONSIDERATION ON THEIR FINAL
ADOPTION ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2015, BEGINNING AT TEN
(10:00) OCLOCK A.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, JOSEPH S. YENNI
BUILDING, 1221 ELMWOOD PARK BOULEVARD, JEFFERSON, LA.
On motion of Mr. 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, November 4,
2015, beginning at ten (10:00) oclock a.m. in the Council Chambers, Joseph S.
Yenni Building, 1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Jefferson, Louisiana.
The following ordinances having been read are available for public inspection
in the Parish Clerks Office, Suite 6700, General Government Building, Gretna,
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 7th day of October, 2015.
SUMMARIES OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED THIS DAY ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
SUMMARY NO. 24359 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-115-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 108B2, Square A, Cooperative
Land Company Tract, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lots 108B2A and 108B2B, with
waivers to lot dimensions and setbacks; bounded by RexDr., the Mississippi
River, Jefferson Hwy, and Moss Ln; in accordance with the plan by Gilbert,
Kelly & Couturie Surveying & Engineering, dated July 6, 2015, which lot is
owned by The McElroy Group, Inc., and approving and accepting the Final Plat
of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24360 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-119-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 10 13, Labarre Plantation
Subdivision, and Lots 43 51 and 53 63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 1, Square 1, Ludger Fortier Subdivision, in
accordance with the plan by Gandolfo Kuhn, L.L.C, dated August 27, 2015 and
revised September 29, 2015, which lots are owned by Ochsner Clinic Foundation,
and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District
2)
SUMMARY NO. 24361 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-106-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of 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, a portion of former 24th St, and the revocation of a portion of 24th
St, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into Lot 23-A, Square 50, Harlem Subdivision,
in accordance with the plan by Tildon J. Dufrene, Jr., revised August 21, 2015,
which lots are owned by East Bank Consolidated Special Service Fire Protection
District of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, and approving and accepting the Final
Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24362 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ES-116-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 8-A and Alleyway 8E-E, Square
14, Bonnabel Place Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot8-A-1, Square
14, Bonnabel Place Subdivision, in accordance with the plan by Gilbert, Kelly
& Couturie, Inc. dated July 5,2015, which lot and alleyway are owned by LHC
Builders, LLC, and approving and accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision.
(Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24363 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-23-15 amending Chapter
40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the zoning classification of Lot 10, Labarre Plantation Subdivision,
and Lots 43 51 and 53 63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place Subdivision, bounded
by JeffersonHwy, Coolidge St, River Rd, and BetzAve, Jefferson Parish, LA,
from C-2 General Commercial District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone, R-1A Single Family Residential District/CPZ Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone, and R-1A, to H-2 Medical Service District/CPZ Commercial
Parkway Overlay Zone, and amending Chapter 25 of the Jefferson Parish Code
of Ordinances, more particularly amending the future land use classification of
Lots 43 51 and 53 63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place Subdivision, bounded by
JeffersonHwy, Coolidge St, River Rd, and Betz Ave, Jefferson Parish, LA, from
NMU Neighborhood Mixed Use to HSP Hospital. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24364 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. ELUZ-21-15 amending Chapter
40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the zoning classification of Lot 42-B (also referred to as parts of Lots
43 47), 45-A-1 and 45-A-2, Square 3, Own Your Own Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA, bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Cumberland St, River Rd, and Starrett
Rd, from R-1A Single Family Residential/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone to C-2 General Commercial District/CPZ, and amending Chapter 25 of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly amending the land
use classification of Lot 42-B (also referred to as parts of Lots 43 47), 45A-1 and 45-A-2, Square 3, Own Your Own Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA,
bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Cumberland St, River Rd, and Starrett Rd, from
LMR Low-Medium Density Residential to HIC High Intensity Commercial.
(Council District 3)
SUMMARY NO. 24365 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No.
CPZ-31-15 for variances to the area, landscape and buffer, and sign regulations of
the C-2 General Commercial District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
for Waffle House located at 3616 Airline Dr. on Lot A-3, Plot 5, Metairie Terrace
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA in the area bounded by Robertson St, Arnoult
Rd, and Division St as shown on a survey prepared by Dufrene Surveying &
Engineering, Inc. dated July 16, 2015, and title restricting the usage of Lot A-3,
Plot 5, Metairie Terrace Subdivision in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant
to the requirements of Sec. 40-482 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
(Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24366 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No.
CPZ-35-15 for a variance to the height regulations of the H-2 Medical Service
District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for Ochsner Clinic Foundation
located at 1514 Jefferson Hwy. on portions of Lots 8, 9, and undesignated
portions, Labarre Plantation Subdivision; portions of Lots 10-13, Labarre
Plantation Subdivision, and Lots 43-51 and 53-63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place
Subdivision (proposed Lot 1, Sq. 1, Ludger Fortier Subdivision); Jefferson
Parish, LA; in the area bounded by River Rd, Coolidge St, and Betz Ave as
shown on a survey prepared by Gandolfo Kuhn, LLC, dated August 27, 2015
and revised September 29, 2015, and title restricting the usage of said Lots in
favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to the requirements of Sec. 40-482 of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. (Council District 2)
SUMMARY NO. 24367 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No. CPZ-28-15
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 Lot 67-A, Metairieville Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA;
bounded by Carrollton Ave, Lake Ave, and Paris Ave; as shown on a survey
prepared by Dading, Marques & Associates, LLC dated August 7, 2015, and
title restricting the usage of said lot in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant
to the requirements of Sec. 40-482 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
(Council District5)
SUMMARY NO. 24368 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance approving the request submitted under Docket No. CPZ-34-15
with variances to the area and parking regulations of the C-1 Neighborhood
Commercial/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for Bobby Heberts Cajun
Cannon restaurant at 4101 Veterans Memorial Blvd on Lot B-3, Square 29, Lake
Villas Subdivision, Section C, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Lake Villa Dr.,
Yale St, and Lakeport Dr.; as shown on a survey prepared by Gilbert, Kelly &
Couturie, Inc. dated November 14, 2010, and title restricting the usage of said lot
in favor of the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to the requirements of Sec. 40-482 of
the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. (Council District5)
A SUMMARY NO. 24369 - ORDINANCE NO.
n ordinance amending Chapter 33, Unified Development Code (UDC) and
Chapter 40 Zoning, of the Code of Ordinances of the Parish of Jefferson; to
add text to Ch. 33 for the Commercial Parkway Pedestrian Overlay Zone (CPZPed); to amend the official zoning map by overlaying the CPZ-Ped to properties
zoned H-1 Medical Service District, C-1 Neighborhood Commercial, C-2
General Commercial, GO-1 General Offices, or GO-2 General Offices along
Metairie Road bounded by Severn Avenue to the west and Arlington Drive to the
east, all more clearly shown on the map entitled Proposed overlay CPZ-Ped
dated 9/21/2015, prepared by the Planning Department; to amend the official
future land use map of the Comprehensive Plan of the Parish of Jefferson for the

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properties designated as Low Intensity Commercial (LIC) and Low-Medium


Density Residential (LMR) to Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMU) along Metairie
Road and bounded by Ridgelake Drive to the west and Arlington Drive on the
east, all more clearly shown on a map titled Proposed FLU Metairie Road from
Ridgelake to Arlington dated 9/21/2015, prepared by the Planning Department;
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24370 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance declaring Lot 7 and a portion of Lot 8, Square 32, Ponte Vista
Subdivision, no longer needed for public purpose and authorizing and ratifying a
sale to the adjacent property owners, Lisa Harrison wife of/and Mark L. Bernard
for $11,171.00 and to provide for related matters. (Council District No. 5)
SUMMARY NO. 24371 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Section 2-886 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
to place a portion of the General Fund BP sales tax settlement funds in the
Council District Improvement/Assistance Funds; further reserving a portion of
the General Fund BP sales tax settlement funds for coastal restoration and flood
control and prevention within Jefferson Parish; and otherwise providing with
respect thereto.
SUMMARY NO. 24372 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending various sections of Chapter 6, Article V of the Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances relative to Carnival/Mardi Gras and Other Parades
and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24373 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Section 17-20 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
regarding support of the prison medical unit, and otherwise providing with
respect thereto. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24374 - 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-Finance.
SUMMARY NO. 24375 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 4074, The Personnel Rules for the
Classified Service of Jefferson Parish, to create Section 18 Voluntary Leave
Transfer Program of Rule IX to establish a program by which a regular
employee may donate leave directly to another regular employee who is
experiencing a medical emergency and to create new sections within Rule I to
establish definitions associated with the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program.
SUMMARY NO. 24376 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending and restating Ordinance No. 25018, amending various
sections of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances relative to Jefferson Parish
Hospital Service District No. 1 as a result of its lease and cooperative endeavor
agreement with Louisiana Childrens Medical Center and West Jefferson
Holdings, LLC and to add any sections necessary for the Parish to implement
the lease and govern the District and to provide for related matters.
It was moved by Ms. Lee-Sheng, and seconded by Mr. Roberts to adjourn, and
no objections being voiced, the meeting was declared to be officially adjourned
by the Chairman at 12:05 P.M.
APPROVED:
CHRISTOPHER L. ROBERTS, CHAIRMAN
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL
EULA A. LOPEZ, PARISH CLERK
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL



BIDS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114600
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
November 17, 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:
The work consists of minor demolition, fabrication and installation of new
signage for Lafreniere Park in Metairie, Louisiana. See plans for location maps.
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc.,
3608 18th Street, Suite 200, Metairie, LA 70002 (PHONE 504-833-5300, FAX
504-833-5350) by licensed contractors upon receipt of $50.00 per set. Deposit
on the first set of documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be fully
refunded upon return of documents in good condition no later than ten (10) days
after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing the
bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S. 38:2219
as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 29, 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: October 7, 14, and 21, 2015
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0342
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPS) from qualified firms to provide CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
SERVICES FOR MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM (HMGP) AND
HAZARD MITIGATION ASSISTANCE (HMA) FUNDING for the Jefferson
Parish Department of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation.
The Department of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation is seeking
a firm to assist with construction supervision services as needed for open and
future disasters for HMGP funding and current and future funding cycles for
HMA through Federal Fiscal Year 2016.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors technical proposal,
qualifications and experience, financial profile and proposal responsiveness and
other criteria more specifically defined in the RFP document. The maximum
total points for each proposal are set at 100 points
PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE: NOT REQUIRED.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED IN THE:
JEFFERSON PARISH PURCHASIING DEPARTMENT
GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING
200 DERBIGNY STREET, SUITE 4400
GRETNA, LA 70053
UNTIL 4:30 P.M. LOCAL TIME ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
proposals, in whole or part, pursuant to the law.
A copy of the RFP is available gratis from: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net or
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
General Government Building
200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400
Gretna, LA 70053
(504)-364-2678
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 14, 21, and 28, 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,
October 29, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:

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PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114743 A one (1) year contract for a supply of produce
for the Jefferson Parish Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson
Community Action Headstart Program.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 14, and 21, 2015

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114057
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
November 17, 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:
REPLACEMENT OF DIESEL ENGINES
AND
REHABILITATION OF GEARS AT THE ELMWOOD PUMPING STATION
Phase III
The project includes the removal and replacement of diesel engines for pumps
No. 5 and 6, replacement of exhaust silencer, and installation of air cooled heat
exchanger, miscellaneous piping and electrical, and refurbishment of gear box
for pumps NO. 5 and No. 6. 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, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Digital Engineering and
Imaging, Inc. 527 W. Esplanade Avenue, Ste. 200, Kenner, LA 70065 (PHONE
504-468-6129, FAX: 504- 461-5150) by licensed contractors upon receipt of
$90.00 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 Tuesday, November 3, 2015
in the Jefferson Parish Department of Drainage, Room 907, located at 1221
Elmwood Park Blvd., Jefferson, LA 70123. All interested parties are invited to
attend.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: Advocate: October 14, 21, and 28, 2015
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114510
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Thursday,
October 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: New Construction of Gretna Library Centennial Park, 103
Willow Drive, Gretna, La 70053
The project consists of new concrete paving, shelter, fountain, aluminum &
wood fencing, landscaping, and drainage
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Burgdahl & Graves Architects,
2550 Belle Chasse Hwy., Suite 130, Gretna, LA 70053 (Phone 504-366-4433,
FAX 504-366-0102) by licensed contractors upon receipt of $150 per set.
Deposit on the first set of documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be
fully refunded upon return of documents in good condition no later than ten (10)
days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing the
bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S. 38:2219
as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday,
October 15, 2015 at the location of the Gretna Library at 102 Willow Drive,
Gretna, LA 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: New Orleans Advocate: September 30, 2015 and October 7, and 14, 2015
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0341
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPS) from qualified firms to provide GRANT MANAGEMENT SERVICES
FOR HAZARD MITIGATION GRANT PROGRAM (HMGP) AND HAZARD
MITIGATION ASSISTANCE (HMA) FUNDING for the Jefferson Parish
Department of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation.
The Department of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation is seeking
a firm to assist with grant management services as needed for open and future
disasters for HMGP funding and current and future funding cycles for HMA
through Federal Fiscal Year 2016.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors technical proposal,
qualifications and experience, financial profile and proposal responsiveness and
other criteria more specifically defined in the RFP document. The maximum
total points for each proposal are set at 100 points
PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE: NOT REQUIRED.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED IN THE:
JEFFERSON PARISH PURCHASIING DEPARTMENT

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING


200 DERBIGNY STREET, SUITE 4400
GRETNA, LA 70053
UNTIL 4:30 P.M. LOCAL TIME ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
proposals, in whole or part, pursuant to the law.
A copy of the RFP is available gratis from: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net or
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
General Government Building
200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400
Gretna, LA 70053
(504)-364-2678
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 14, 21, and 28, 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,
October 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. 50-114673 Two (2) year contract for a supply of milk and milk
products for the Jefferson Parish Departments of Juvenile Services and Jefferson
Parish Community Action Headstart Program.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 14, and 21, 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, November 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. 50-114651 Two (2) year contract for labor, materials and
equipment necessary for the rental, installation and removal of portable fencing
for the Jefferson Parish Department of Citizens Affairs.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 14, 21 and 28, 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,
October 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. 50-114644 Two (2) year contract for Plumbing Supplies as
needed for Jefferson Parish Corrections Department and All Jefferson Parish
Agencies.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 7, and 14, 2015


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS


BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114214
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Thursday,
November 5, 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
and at that time bids will be opened and read aloud for the following:
Waggaman Subsurface Drainage Improvements
Jefferson Parish Public Works No. 2005-017-DR
The project consists of drainage improvements near Waggaman, LA. The project
work is divided into two (2) sections: Base Bid and Base Bid plus Alternate Bid
1. The Base Bid includes the installation of two 72 diameter steel pipes through
the Union Pacific and BNSF railroad embankments by jacking, and associated
drainage ditch improvements as shown on Sheet Nos. 6-8 of the project plans.
The Alternate Bid 1 includes the installation of three additional 72 diameter
steel pipes by jacking, and associated drainage ditch improvements as shown on
Sheet Nos. 9-10 of the project plans.
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective
online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated in the electronic
bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid
bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.

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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 Principal Engineering, Inc.,
1011 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 19, Mandeville, LA 70471 (PHONE 985-6245001, FAX 985-624-5303) by licensed contractors upon receipt of $75.00 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 October 20, 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 30, October 7, & 14, 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 Thursday,
November 5, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114605 TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR RENTAL
OF AND CLEANING SERVICES 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 cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 7, 14 and 21, 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, October 27, 2015
in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114511 LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUPMENT
FOR THE REMOVAL OF EXISTING AND INSTALLATION OF FOUR (4)
NEW ROOFTOP AIR-CONDITION-HEATER PACKAGE SYSTEMS TO
INCLUDE ANY NECESSARY ROOF WORK AT THE JEFFERSON PARISH
HUMAN SERVICES AUTHORITY BUILDING FOR THE JEFFERSON
PARISH DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE:
PLACE: JEFFERSON PARISH HUMAN SERVICES AUTORITY BUILDING
5001 WESTBANK EXPRESSWAY
MARRERO, LA 70072
DATE: OCTOBER 20, 2015
TIME: 10:00 A.M.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: September 30, 2015 & October 7 & 14, 2015

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00p.m. local time and publicly
opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, November 3, 2015
in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-114579 Two (2) year contract for mechanical street cleaning
for Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works, Parkways Department.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED
IN THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Director
Purchasing Department
Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 7, 14 and 21, 2015



HEARINGS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish Planning Advisory Board will conduct a Public Hearing
in the Jefferson Parish General Government Bldg., 200 Derbigny St., Council
Chambers, 2nd Fl., at 5:00 P.M., on Thursday, November 5, 2015, for the purpose
of hearing arguments for and against resubdivision requests and amendments to
Chapter 25, Article VI, Comprehensive Plan; Chapter 33 Unified Development
Code; and Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
ZONING
W-20-15 Reclassification of Lots 21, 22, and 23, Square 27, Marrero Addition

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Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA., located at 4476 Westbank Expressway,


bounded by Avenue C, 8th Street, and Avenue B from C-1, Neighborhood
Commercial District to C-2, General Commercial District (Council District 2).
WLUZ-22-15 Reclassification of Lots 8 and 9, Square KK, Gitzinger Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, LA, located at 819 Avenue E, bounded by 8th street, Avenue
D, and Westbank Expressway from R-1A, Single Family Residential to GO-2,
General Offices District and a Future Land Use map change from LMR, Low
Medium Density Residential to LIC, Low Intensity Commercial (Council
District 2).
SPECIAL PERMITTED USE
BS-1-15 A request to approve the operation of a beauty shop in a residence as
a special permitted use at 308 George Street, on Lot 15, Square 2, Georgetown
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded by James Scrubbs Jr. Drive
(formerly Gambino Road), Coretta Drive, and Simoneaux Court; zoned R-1A,
Single-Family Residential District (Council District 3).
FL-1-15 A request to amend the special permitted use approved under FL-211 for the processing, refining, or bulk storage of flammable and combustible
liquids for Vertex Energys facility for the refining of used oil products at 5000
River Rd., on Lot M3, Fazande Tract Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded
by Barataria Blvd., Texas Pacific and Southern Pacific Rail Road right of ways
and Douglas Lane; zoned M-2, Industrial District. (Council District 2)
Tommy Hebert
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 10/14/15, 10/21/15, 10/28/15
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

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, October 22, 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-115-15-PF Subdivision of Lot 108B2, Square A, Cooperative Land Company
Tract, Jefferson Parish, LA into Lots 108B2A and 108B2B, with waivers to lot
dimensions and setbacks; bounded by Rex Dr., the Mississippi River, Jefferson
Hwy, and Moss Ln. (Council District 2)
ES-116-15-PF Subdivision of Lot 8-A and Alleyway 8E-E, Square 14, Bonnabel
Place Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA into Lot 8-A-1; bounded by Orion Ave,
Brockenbraugh St, Aurora Ave, and Homer St. (Council District 5)
ES-119-15-PF Subdivision of Lots 10 thru 13, Labarre Plantation Subdivision,
and Lots
43 thru 51 and 53 thru 63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA, into Lot 1, Square 1, Ochsner Subdivision; bounded by Jefferson
Hwy, Coolidge St, RiverRd, and Betz Ave. (Council District 2)
ZONING
ELUZ-21-15 Reclassification of Lot 42-B (also referred to as parts of Lots 43
thru 47),
45-A-1, and 45-A-2, Square 3, Own Your Own Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
LA; bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Cumberland St, River Rd, and Starrett Rd, from
R-1A, Single Family Residential District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone to C-2, General Commercial District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone and Future Land Use Map change from LMR, Low-Medium Density
Residential to HIC, High Intensity Commercial. (Council District 3)
ELUZ-23-15 Reclassification of Lot 10, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and
Lots
43 thru 51 and 53 thru 63, Square 8, Live Oaks Place Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by Jefferson Hwy, Coolidge St, RiverRd, and Betz Ave;
from C-2, General Commercial District/CPZ Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone and R-1A, Single Family Residential District/CPZ to H-2, Medical Service
District/CPZ and Future Land Use Map change from NMU, Neighborhood
Mixed Use to HSP, Hospital. (Council District 2)
SITE PLAN
CPZ-31-15 A request for variances to the area, landscape and buffer, and sign
regulations of the CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for Waffle House
located at 3616 Airline Dr. on Lot A-3, Plot 5, Metairie Terrace Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Robertson St, Arnoult Rd, and Division St;
zoned C-2, General Commercial District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone. (Council District 2)
CPZ-34-15 A request for variances to the area and parking regulations of the
C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District and CPZ, Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone for Bobby Heberts Cajun Cannon located at 4101 Veterans
Memorial Blvd, on Lot B-3, Square 29, Lake Villas Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by Lake Villa Dr., Yale St, and Lakeport Dr.; zoned C-1,
Neighborhood Commercial District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone.
(Council District 5)
CPZ-35-15 A request for a variance to the height regulations of the H-2, Medical
Service District for Ochsner Clinic Foundation located at 1514JeffersonHwy
on Lots 8 thru 13, Labarre Plantation Subdivision, undesignated portions of
Labarre Plantation Subdivision, and Lots 43 thru 51 and 53 thru 63, Square 8,
Live Oaks Place Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Coolidge St,
RiverRd, and Betz Ave; zoned R-1A, Single-Family Residential District, R-1A/
CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone, H-2, Medical Service District/CPZ
and C-2, General Commercial District/CPZ. (Council District 2)
STUDIES
TXT-7-15 A zoning text amendment of Chapter 33, Unified Development
Code (UDC) and Chapter 40 Zoning, of the Code of Ordinances of the Parish
of Jefferson to establish procedures, requirements, criteria, and standards for a
Commercial Parkway Pedestrian Overlay Zone (CPZ-Ped) that promotes a more
pedestrian-oriented, neighborhood development pattern along more traditional
roadways like Metairie Rd.; and a zoning map amendment to overlay the CPZPed on the properties zoned H-1, Medical Service District, C-1, Neighborhood
Commercial, C-2, General Commercial, GO-1, General Offices, or GO-2,
General Offices along Metairie Road and bounded by Severn Avenue to the west
and Arlington Drive on the east, all more clearly shown on a map titled Proposed
overlay CPZ-Ped dated 9/21/2015, prepared by the Planning Department; and
a future land use map amendment of the Comprehensive Plan of the Parish of
Jefferson for the properties designated as Low Intensity Commercial (LIC)
and Low Medium Density Residential (LMR) to Neighborhood Mixed Use
(NMU) along Metairie Road and bounded by Ridgelake Drive to the west and
Arlington Drive on the east, all more clearly shown on a map titled Proposed
FLU Metairie Road from Ridgelake to Arlington dated 9/21/2015, prepared by
the Planning Department; and to provide for related matters; as authorized by
Council Resolution No. 116308, adopted February 23, 2011 and Ordinance No.
24806, adopted August 27, 2014; and as authorized by Council Resolution No.
122958, adopted June 11, 2014, extended by Council Resolution No. 124630,
adopted March 25, 2015, and amended by Council Resolution No. 125543,
adopted August 26, 2015. (Council District 5)
Tommy Hebert
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 9/30/15, 10/7/15, and 10/14/15
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

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS will hold its
regularly scheduled Public Hearing on Monday, October 19, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
in the East Bank Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the Joseph S. Yenni
Building, 1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Jefferson, Louisiana.
Variances to be decided upon are listed below by Case Number, Appellants
Name, Job Site, Variance Requested, and Zoning Classification.
E-4953
CYNTHIA & MATTHEW HOLMER, 48 Beverly Garden Dr., Metairie, to
permit a two-story, single-family residence in the required front yard creating
insufficient front yard setback. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4954

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HONG THI NGUYEN, 4744 Newlands Ave., Metairie, to permit a playroom in


the required rear and side yard creating insufficient rear and side yard setbacks..
R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4955
JAMIE & BRAD MULLEN, 10524 Lyons St., River Ridge, to permit pool
equipment in the required side yard creating insufficient side yard setback. R-1B
Suburban Residential District.
E-4956
Manuel Adams for CHRIS ADAMS, 212 Tudor Ave., River Ridge, to permit
porch addition to front of residence creating insufficient front yard setback.
R-1D Rural Residential District.
E-4957
AIMEE GUICHET, 617 Hester Ave., River Ridge, to permit enclosure of
existing garage for living creating insufficient front yard setback for required
off-street parking. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4958
Jeremiah Johnson of Ready Power for KEITH KVEUTZIGER, 135 E.
Livingston Pl., Metairie, to permit natural gas generator in the required side yard
creating insufficient side yard setback. R-1A/MRTPD Single-Family Residential
District/Metairie Ridge Tree Preservation District.
E-4959
HAZEM EISSA, 119 E. Oakridge Park, Metairie, to permit generator in the
required side yard creating insufficient side yard setback. R-1A Single-Family
Residential District.
W-2101
WILLIE BAUTISTA, 7113 Division St., Marrero, to permit fence in the
required front yard creating insufficient front yard setback. R-1A Single-Family
Residential District.
W-2102
DAWN DUFRENE, 701 5th Ave., Harvey, to permit camper in the required side
yard creating insufficient side yard setback. C-1 General Commercial District.
NOTE: Cases to be heard at the Next regularly scheduled Public Hearing on
Monday, November 2, 2015 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday, October 12,
2015 at 10 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 October 7, 2015 and October 14, 2015.
BILL TO: BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS


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, October 22, 2015
General Government Bldg.
2nd Floor, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Property: Lot(s) 20, Sq E ORLEANS VILLAGE
2101 SAUVAGE AVE in MARRERO
Owner 1: JOSEPH JESSIE JR
2101 SAUVAGE AVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: MANH NGUYEN
2101 SAUVAGE AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: TRANG D NGUYEN
2101 SAUVAGE AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 4: MANH NGUEYN
2269 SOUTH VON BRAUN CT.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 5: TRANG D. NGUYEN
2269 SOUTH VON BRAUN CT.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 6: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
C/O J. DONALD MORGAN
2111 QUAIL RUN DR
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 7: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO.
300 SOUTH GRAND AVE., 41ST FL
LOS ANGELES, CA 90071
Owner 8: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO
4800 TAPO CANYON RD
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93065
Owner 9: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO.
1800 TAPO CANYON RD
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93065
Owner 10: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO.
4708 MERCANTILE DRIVE NORTH
FORT WORTH, TX 761373605
Owner 11: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO.
8480 STAGECOACH CIRCLE
FREDERICK, MD 21701
Owner 12: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST CO
60 WALL ST.
NEW YORK, NY 10005
Property: Lot(s) 81, Sq E FLORAHAZE ADDITION
4532 13TH ST in MARRERO
Owner 1: C & C BOUDREAUX VENTRUES, LLC
4532 13TH ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: CRAIG BOUDREAUX
4532 13TH ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: CRAIG BOUDREAUX
1 MAGNOLIA PT
COVINGTON, LA 70433
Owner 4: LOUISIANA SPECIALTY MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.
1924 JUTLAND DR., STE. E
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 5: Through its agent for service of process PATRICK R. WILLIAMS
1924 JUTLAND DR., STE. E
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 6: FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB
2600 TELEGRAPH RD.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302
Property: Lot(s) 17A, Sq 5 GOLDEN HEIGHTS
2541 ROMIG DR in MARRERO
Owner 1: THOMAS J. MC FARLAND
2541 ROMIG DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: THOMAS J MC FARLAND
1729 NEWPORT PL., APT. 4
KENNER, LA 70065
Owner 3: AMERICAN THRIFT & FINANCE PLAN, LLC DBA STATE
FARM ACCEPTANCE
7813 D AIRLINE DR.
METIARIE, LA 70003
Owner 4: Through its agent for service of process HOWARD C GREEN
7813D ARILINE DR
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Owner 5: MERS, INC.,
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 6: MERS, INC
PO BOX 558
WOOD RIVER, IL 62095

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Owner 7: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION SYSTEM


5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 8: SECRETARY OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
451 SEVENTH ST. S. W.
WASHINGTON, DC 20410
Owner 9: MERS, INC.
P O BOX 2026
FLINT, MI 48501
Property: Lot(s) 2, Sq 1 ST JUDE
3625 AMES BLVD in MARRERO
Owner 1: JAMIE L. ALLO
2700 BAYOU TECHE DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: JAMIE ALLO
3625 AMES BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: JAMIE ALLO
946 AVENUE E
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 4: TOBY ALLO, SR.
3625 AMES BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 5: TOBY ALLO, SR.
946 AVENUE E.
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 6: TOBY ALLO, SR.
2700 BAYOU TECHE DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: REGINALD ALLO, JR.
3625 AMES BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 8: REGINALD ALLO, JR.
946 AVENUE E.
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 9: REGINALD ALLO, JR.
2700 BAYOU TECHE DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 10: AND SUCCESSION OF VICKY ALLO
3625 AMES BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 11: TOBY ALLO
2868 PRITCHARD RD.
APT. 3 HARD
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 12: TOBY ALLO
2860 PRICHARD RD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 13: REGINALD ALLO, JR.
236 5TH ST.
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
Owner 14: VICKY ALLO
6539 4TH ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 15: JAMIE ALLO
2700 BAYOU TECH
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 16: COCO ASSETS/BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
3625 AMES BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 17: COCO ASSETS/BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
405 N. 11TH ST., STE. 100
OMAHA, NE 68154
Owner 18: Through its agent for service of process MELISSA T. CASTILLE
17425 JEFFERSON HWY. STE. D
BATON ROUGE, LA 70817
Owner 19: COCO ASSETS/BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
P.O. BOX 1414
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55480
Owner 20: DISCOVER BANK
C/O PETER S. THRIFFLEY
432 N. ANTHONY ST., STE. 300
P. O. BOX 24757
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70184
Property: Lot(s) B, Sq 4 GARDERE ADDITION
1908 OAK ST in HARVEY
Owner 1: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
1908 OAK STREET
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE JR
P O BOX 1552
HARVEY, LA 70059
Owner 3: CHARLES AUGUSTINE SR
P.O. BOX 1637
KENNER, LA 70063
Owner 4: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
P. O. BOX 30492
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70190
Owner 5: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
323 MONROE STREET
GRETNA, LA 70053
Owner 6: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
1205 SAINT CHARLES AVE
APT 1104
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 7: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
1205 SAINT CHARLES AVE
APT 702
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 8: CHARLES L AUGUSTINE
1205 SAINT CHARLES AVE
APT 1204
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Property: Lot(s) 9, Sq C WOODMERE
2301 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD in HARVEY
Owner 1: MARIETTE DEROSLER
2301 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: MARIETTE DEROSLER
2304 S. PARK GREEN ST.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 3: ARIANA A. PICOU
6554 BENEDICT DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Property: Lot(s) 2, Sq L KENNEDY HEIGHTS
245 TRAVIS DR in WAGGAMAN
Owner 1: FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORP
245 TRAVIS DR.
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 2: FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORP.
8200 JONES BRANCH DR
MCLEAN, VA 22102
Owner 3: DINAH BEVERLY
PO BOX 333
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 4: ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.
2600 WEST BIG BEAVER ROAD
TROY, MI 48084
Owner 5: ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC.
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 6: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD. STE. 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 7: CITI MORTAGE, INC.
C/O STACY WHEAT
601 POYDRAS ST., STE. 2210
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 8: CITI MORTGAGE, INC.
1209 ORANGE STREET
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 9: CITI MORTGAGE, INC.

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1000 TECHNOLOGY DR., MS #822


OFALLON, MO 63304
Owner 10: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 11: ASI FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
1022 LOYOLA AVE
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 12: Care of FONTANA & FONTANA, LLC
1022 LOYOLA AVE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70113
Owner 13: ASI FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
5508 CITRUS BLVD
HARAHAN, LA 70123
Property: Lot(s) 17, Sq F LINCOLNSHIRE
6565 RUE LOUIS PHILLIPE in MARRERO
Owner 1: NEW ORLEANS ENTERPRISES, INC
5904 BRIDGET ST
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Owner 1: NEW ORLEANS ENTERPRISES
6565 RUE LOUIS PHILIPPE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: Through its agent for service of process MICHAEL OKEEFE JR
3623 CANAL ST
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 2: Through its agent for service of process KEITH NUNEZ
5904 BRIDGET ST
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Owner 3: FIRST BANK & TRUST
212 VETERANS BLVD.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 3: NEW ORLEANS ENTERPRISES, INC
P O BOX 19042
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70179
Owner 7: FIRST BANK AND TRUST ELMWOOD COMMERCIAL
BANKING
5360 MOUNES ST.
HARAHAN, LA 70123
Property: Lot(s) 30A, Sq I KING ESTATES
317 CORETTA DR in WAGGAMAN
Owner 1: ELIZABETH M JONES
317 CORETTA DR
AVONDALE, LA 70094
Owner 2: UNITED CREDIT PLAN OF CHALEMTTE, INC
333 LAUREL ST
STE 720
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 3: Through its agent for service of process A. K. MCGREW
333 LAUREL ST., STE. 720
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 4: PRA III, LLC
P. O. BOX 24726
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70184
Owner 5: Care of BABOVICH, SPEDALE, AND CHAUVIN, P. L. C.
P. O. BOX 24726
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70184
Property: Lot(s) 29, Sq 2 NOTTINGHAM
1705 JUTLAND DR in MARRERO
Owner 1: LINDA D. HONEYCUTT
1705 JUTLAND DR.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: LINDA HONEYCUTT
4229 LE MANS DRIVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: PRIME LENDING, A PLAINSCAPITAL CO.
18111 PRESTON RD., #900
DALLAS, TX 75252
Owner 4: PRIME LENDING, A PLAINSCAPITAL CO.
18111 PRESTON RD., STE. 720
DALLAS, TX 75252
Owner 5: CT CORPORATION SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD. STE. 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 6: SUN FINANCE CO
3525 N CAUSEWAY BLVD., STE 900
METAIRIE, LA 700023629
Owner 7: Care of DAVID DAUBE
3525 N CAUSEWAY BLVD #900
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 8: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
C/O RADER JACKSON
1010 COMMON ST
STE. 1800
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 9: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 10: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
3000 BAYPORT DR., STE. 880
TAMPA, FL 33607
Owner 11: CT CORPORATION SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 12: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.
7360 SOUTH KYRENE ROAD T314
TEMPE, AZ 85283
Property: Lot(s) 11, Sq C WOODMERE
2309 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD in HARVEY
Owner 1: FRANCES SPECIAL SERVICES, INC.
420 EAST MAGNOLIA ST.
AMITE, LA 70422
Owner 2: FRANCES SPECIAL SERVICES, INC.
2309 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 3: FRANCES SPECIAL SERVICES, INC.
418 EAST MAGNOLIA ST.
AMITE, LA 70422
Owner 4: Through its agent for service of process FRANCES A. GEORGE
418 EAST MAGNOLIA ST.
AMITE, LA 70422
Owner 5: FRANCES SPECIAL SERVICES, INC.
P. O. BOX 1430
AMITE, LA 70422
Owner 6: U. S. BANK N. A.
C/O HERSCHEL C. ADCOCK, JR.
13541 TIGERBEND RD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70879
Owner 7: U. S. BANK, N. A.
111 S. W. FIFTH AVE. (T2)
PORTLAND, OR 97204
Property: Lot(s) 42, Sq E LINCOLNSHIRE
2076 HODGES ST in MARRERO
Owner 1: JARVIS DANDRIDGE
2076 HODGES DR
STE. 200
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: CINDY F DANDRIDGE
2076 HODGES DR
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: JARVIS DANDRIDGE
1526 MAPLEWOOD DR.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 4: CINDY F DANDRIDGE
1526 MAPLEWOOD DR.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 5: JARVIS DANDRIDGE
1237 MICHEL ST., APT. LWP
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 6: CINDY F DANDRIDGE
1237 MICHAEL ST., APT. LWP
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: AEGIS LENDING CORPORATION
10049 NORTH REIGER RD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 8: AEGIS LENDING CORPORATION

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1209 ORANGE ST.


WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 9: AEGIS LENDING CORPORATION
ATTTN: LEGAL DEPT
3250 BRIARPARK DR
STE 700
HOUSTON, TX 77042
Owner 10: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 11: WELLS FARGO BANK, N. A.
101 NORTH PHILLIPS AVE.
SIOUX FALLS, SD 57104
Owner 12: Through its agent for service of process CORPORATION SERVICE
CO.
320 SOMERULOS ST
BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
Owner 13: STATE OF LOUISIANA
150 THIRD ST #703
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 14: Attention: JAY DARDENNE
150 THIRD ST., #703
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 15: Care of CHARLES K. WATTS
8550 UNITED PLAZA STE. 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 16: MERS, INC.
P. O. BOX 2026
FLINT, MI 48501
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its
services, programs or activities. If you require auxiliary
aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations under the ADA, submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
mortgagees and / or interested parties for any of the
above listed properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
violation(s) at any of the above listed properties, please
contact the office at (504) 3643560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run October 07, 2015, and October 14, 2015
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT



NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICE
Jefferson Parish is offering 40 foot boat slips for lease at the Bucktown Marina.
Slips lease for a rate of $240.00 per month, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Bucktown Marina is located at 325 Metairie Hammond Highway. The
Marina offers gated, keyless entry to the pier, electrical hook-ups (tenant
procures electrical service directly with Entergy), free water, an oil drop-off
station, and lighted parking area and grounds. All inquiries should be directed
to the Jefferson Parish Recreation Department at (504) 736-6999 or via e-mail to
jprecreation@jeffparish.net.


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Parish of Jefferson is hereby soliciting the submittal of a Statement of
Qualifications (TEC Professional Services Questionnaire) from persons or firms
interested and qualified to provide professional engineering services related to
the Rehabilitation of the Cleary and West Napoleon Lift Station.
General
Specific Scope of Services includes providing Plans & Specifications and
Supplemental Services for the Rehabilitation of the Cleary and West Napoleon
Lift Station.
The project is expected to require the following supplemental services:
Surveying and Geotechnical Investigation.
The persons or firms submitting a Statement of Qualifications (TEC Professional
Services Questionnaire) must identify all sub-consultant firms which they expect
to use to provide professional services, and submit a Statement of Qualifications
(TEC Professional Services Questionnaire) for each sub-consultant firm. (Refer
to Jefferson Parish Code Ordinance, Section 2-928).
Compensation
Compensation for the required design services will be determined by applying
the construction cost estimate (including a 15% contingency), as prepared by
the persons or firms and approved by Jefferson Parish, to Curve A of the 1981
Edition of the Consulting Engineering Guide for the engagement of engineering
services (ASCE Manual No. 45).
All costs associated with this project shall be subject to Jefferson Parish review
and approval.
Minimum Requirements for Selection
1. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least one (1) principal
who is a professional engineer and shall be registered as such in Louisiana;
2. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least a Professional
in Charge of the Project who is a registered professional engineer who shall be
registered as such in the State of Louisiana with a minimum of five (5) years
experience; and
3. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least 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 this requirement
only if the advertised Project involves more than one discipline.
Evaluation Criteria
The following criteria will be used to evaluate each firm submitting a Statement
of Qualifications:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the engineering services. (Maximum points awarded shall be 35).
(2) Size of firm considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform the type of engineering tasks, including project evaluation,
project design, drafting of technical plans, development of technical
specifications and construction administration. (Maximum points awarded shall
be 10).
(3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the
factors of type of engineering task, current unfinished workload, and person or
firms available professional and support personnel. (Maximum points awarded
shall be 20).
(4) Past Performance by person or firm on projects of or similar comparable size,
scope, and scale. 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 Sewerage and received by the Chairman of the Evaluation Committee
a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the scheduled date of the Technical
Evaluation Committee meeting. (Maximum points awarded shall be 10).
(5) 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 (10 Points); (4) Outside the State of Louisiana
(6 Points). (Maximum points awarded shall be 15).
(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 indispensable party, or where the person or firm
participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim. In the
event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and detailed information
regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the absence of legal
proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive with regard to
this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded. (Maximum points awarded
shall be 15 for the lack of any such adversarial proceedings as defined).
(7) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of the
engineering services, as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable
references. (Maximum points awarded shall be 15).
Only those persons or firms receiving an overall cumulative score of at least

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seventy percent (70%) or greater (equal or more than 84), of the total possible
points for all categories to be assigned by the participating Technical Evaluation
Committee members shall be deemed qualified to perform engineering tasks.
All persons or firms must submit a Statement of Qualifications (TEC Professional
Services Questionnaire,). Please obtain the latest TEC Professional Services
Questionnaire, by calling the Parish Clerks Office at (504) 364-2626 or using
our web address: jeffparish.net. Interested firms must submit one (1) original
and fourteen (14) copies of this Statement of Qualifications (TEC Professional
Services Questionnaire) to the Jefferson Parish Council, c/o Ms. Eula A. Lopez,
Parish Clerk, General Government Building, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 6700,
Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 29, 2015.
No submittals will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution No. 125818

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
BUS DRIVER ($21,955/per year) Requires possession of a High School
Diploma or GED; possession of current certifications in First Aid and CPR
(or ability to obtain after employment*); plus, six months of work experience
in the safe operation of a motor vehicle as a professional driver or equivalent.
Applicants must also possess a current Louisiana Class C (or higher) commercial
drivers license** and an acceptable driving record. *NOTE: Any applicant
hired into a position who does not possess the required certifications in First
Aid and CPR will be required to attend the first available class offered by East
Jefferson Hospital or West Jefferson Medical Center. For more information or to
apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.

Federal Emergency Management Agency
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice of Availability of the Draft Tiered Site-Specific Environmental
Assessment (Draft SEA) and Early Notice of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year
Floodplain
Proposed Boat Launch Ramp Project
Gretna, Louisiana
Port Security Grant Program
Project # 2014PU00074 (20073)
Interested persons are hereby notified that the Parish of Jefferson has applied to
the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) through the Port Security
Grant Program for funding to assist with the construction of a proposed Boat
Launch Ramp to be built on the west bank of the Mississippi River, located
at Mile Marker 97.1 Gretna, Louisiana 70053 (Latitude: 29.918501, Longitude:
-90.066562), across the river from the Port of New Orleans on the east bank.
The project will involve the construction of a boat ramp to be built on the river
batture, between the Gretna Ferry Landing and the Gretna Amphitheater. This
is a 2 acre site on the batture of the Mississippi River that has seen extensive
disturbance during the construction of the ferry landing and amphitheater.
The boat launch will connect to an existing road through flood gate and will
extend from the elevated ferry parking deck down across the batture into the
Mississippi River. The launch will be a pile supported bridge deck to extend into
the water at the minus 5 foot contour. The launch will be an elevated structure
above the existing grade of the batture beginning at existing elevated parking
deck, at elevation 18.3 NAVD. Approximately 22 piles will be driven to a depth
of up to 75 feet. Pile driving is estimated to disturb approximately 100 square
feet of the existing ground surface.
A Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for Grant Programs
Directorate Programs was prepared and a Finding of No Significant Impact
(FONSI) was issued in July 2010 (http://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/
documents/18407?id=4143), in accordance with the National Environmental
Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), the Council for Environmental Quality (CEQ)
regulations implementing regulations of NEPA (40 CFR Parts 1500 1508),
the National Historic Preservation Act, and the implementing regulations of
FEMA (44 CFR Parts 9 and 10). FEMAs environmental planning and historic
preservation review concluded that all environmental areas of concern are
appropriately accounted for in the PEA with the exception of floodplain impacts.
A Draft Tiered Site-Specific Environmental Assessment (SEA) has been
prepared in accordance with the July 2010 PEA to focus on Executive Order
11988 requirements and floodplain impacts of the proposed project.
The Draft SEA summarizes the purpose and need, alternatives, affected
environment, and potential environmental consequences for the proposed action.
The Draft SEA is available for comment and can be viewed and downloaded
from FEMAs website at http://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents.
A copy of the document can also be viewed Monday through Friday, between
8:30 AM and 4:30 PM, at the Joseph S. Yenni Government Building, located at
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Jefferson, LA 70123 and at the General Government
Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, LA 70053.
This notice also serves as the Early Public Notice for a Proposed Activity
in the 100-Year Floodplain. This notice is provided pursuant to 44 CFR Part
9.12, (Floodplain Management and Protection of Wetlands), and FEMAs
implementing regulation for Executive Order 11988, Floodplain Management,
concerning FEMAs funding assistance for activities within and/or affect a
floodplain. According to the Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map Community
Panel 22051C0220F, with the effective date November 9, 2012, the proposed
project site is located within Flood Zone AE; defined as Base Flood Elevations
determined.

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The comment period will end 15 days from the initial notice publication date
of October 29, 2015. Written comments on the Draft SEA or the proposed
work in the floodplain can be mailed, emailed, or faxed to the contact below.
If no substantive comments are received, the Draft SEA will become final
and a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) will be issued for the project.
Substantive comments will be addressed as appropriate in the final documents.
Federal Emergency Management Agency, EHP, Region 6
FEMA-R6-EHP@fema.dhs.gov
800 North Loop 288, Denton, TX 76209
Fax: 940-383-7299

JP Workforce Development Board
WDB Quarterly Meeting
La Maison Creole
1605 8th St., Harvey, LA. 70058
October 27, 2015 @ 8:00 a.m.

Public Notice
The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and/or
other interested parties of the following properties
that it has conducted administrative hearings pursuant to Jefferson Parish
Ordinance Number 23373. The following structure has been
deemed to be a hazard to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of
Jefferson Parish, dilapidated, substandard and unfit for human
habitation, and in violation of Ordinance Number 23373.
Accordingly, the Parish of Jefferson will demolish the following structure on or
after October 21, 2015.
Property: 220 BISHOP DR District: 3
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 1: JOSEPH E. ARMANT
5121 QUARTER LANE
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 2: JOSEPH E ARMANT
1513 SPAIN ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70117
Owner 3: COCO ASSETS/BMO HARRIS
C/O BMO 16
P.O. BOX 1414
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55480
Property: 300 BLK MARRERO ST District: 2
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
Owner 1: FLOYD JACKSON, JR
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: LEALO J ROGERS
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 3: CEALA J DAVID
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 4: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 5: ELIZA J BATES
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 6: EDNA MAE J ALLEN
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 7: THEADORE R JACKSON
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 8: CRISS JACKSON
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 9: ELSIE HALLIS
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 10: ANNA M HALLIS
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 11: RUSSELL HALLIS, JR
2421 SUNSET DR
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 12: TULANE LOYOLA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
8200 HAMPSON ST
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118
Owner 13: TULANELOYOLA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
1440 CANAL ST., STE. 101
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 14: TULANELOYOLA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
6363 ST. CHARLES AVE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118
Owner 15: THEODORE R. JACKSON

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1704 HARBOR DR.


SHREVEPORT, LA 71119
Owner 16: THEODORE R JACKSON
3 TIBURON WAY
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, AR 71909
Owner 17: THEODORE R JACKSON
1005 ALABAMA ST.
VIDALIA, LA 71373
Owner 18: CRISS JACKSON
5510 BLUEBONNET BLVD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 19: EDNA MAE J ALLEN
2933 N BARRON ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70805
Owner 20: EDNA MAE J ALLEN
2779 N 30TH ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70805
Owner 21: EDNA MAE J ALLEN
2777 N 30TH ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70805
Owner 22: EDNA MAE J ALLEN
11926 QUEENS DR.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70807
Owner 23: ELIZA J BATES
208 2ND ST.
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
Owner 24: ELIZA J BATES
421 5TH ST.
FERRIDAY, LA 71334
Owner 25: ELIZA J BATES
P. O. BOX 171
OAKLYN, NJ 08107
Owner 26: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
1195 PEGUES ST., APT. 3
MANSFIELD, LA 71052
Owner 27: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
1931 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD., APT. 211
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70113
Owner 28: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
1301 W. BEN WHITE BLVD., APT 104
AUSTIN, TX 78704
Owner 34: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
3550 DESAIX BLVD.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 35: MILDRED J WILLIAMS
830 BOGAN ST.
ALEXANDRIA, LA 71302
Property: 300 BLK MARRERO ST District: 2
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
Owner 1: RUDOLPH ANTHONY EDWARDS
824 HOOTER RD
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
Owner 2: RUDOLPH ANTHONY EDWARDS
300 BLK MARRERO ST.
BRIDGE CITY, LA 70094
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT DIRECTOR
CODE ENFORCEMENT
DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT DIVISION
PUBLISH Wednesday, October 14, 2015, AND Wednesday, October 21, 2015.


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,
Nora Combel
Town Of Grand Isle
Building Official
September 30, October 7, and 14, 2015

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