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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
Gretna, Louisiana
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
The Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, met in regular
session on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at ten (10:00) o’clock a.m. in the
Council Chambers, General Government Building, Gretna, Louisiana.
Mr. Paul D. Johnston, Vice-Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council presided,
called the meeting to order. Eula A. Lopez recited a prayer. Mr. Andrew Maestri,
COO lead everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States
of America.
The Vice 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, Mr. Elton M.
Lagasse, Ben Zahn, and Ms. Cynthia Lee-Sheng.
The following members were absent: None
The following were in attendance: Mr. Jacques Molaison, Chief Operating
Officer, representing John Young, Jr., Parish President; Mr. Andrew Maestri,
COO; 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 Mr. Jacques Molaison, Chief Operating Officer to
address the Council at this time.
The next item of business was adoption of the consent agenda.
It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that the Consent
Agenda be adopted.
Vote on the adoption of the foregoing motion resulted as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

ORDINANCES INTRODUCED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUMMARY
AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONSIDERATION ON THEIR FINAL
ADOPTION ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2015, BEGINNING AT
TEN (10:00) O’CLOCK A.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, GENERAL
GOVERNMENT BUILDING, GRETNA, LA.
On motion of Mr. Lagasse, 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,
December 9, 2015, beginning at ten (10:00) o’clock a.m. in the Council Chambers,
General Government Building, Gretna, Louisiana.
The following ordinances having been read are available for public inspection
in the Parish Clerk’s Office, Suite 6700, General Government Building, Gretna,
La. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on the 21st day of October, 2015.
SUMMARIES OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED THIS DAY ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
SUMMARY NO. 24377 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24378 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending the 2015 Capital Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
It was moved by Mr. Spears and seconded by Mr. Roberts to adjourn, and no
objections being voiced, the meeting was declared to be officially adjourned by
the Chairman at 11:02 A.M.
APPROVED:

CHRISTOPHER L. ROBERTS, CHAIRMAN
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL
EULA A. LOPEZ, PARISH CLERK
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, 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 November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston 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 November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as

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.

follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24346 of an ordinance approving CPZ-21-15 for variances to the
sign regulations for the Race Trac located in the 1300 block of Barataria Blvd. on
a portion of Lot 4A, Fazande Tract (proposed Lot 4A-2) is deferred to December
9, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on Summary
No. 24349 of an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 24532 establishing an
Economic Development District for an area along Manhattan Boulevard in
Harvey, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, to expand said district is deferred to
November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24353 of an ordinance adopting 2016 Capital Budget is deferred
to November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on Summary
No. 24356 of an ordinance adopting 2015 Operating Budget is deferred to
November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24357 of an ordinance adopting 2015 Capital Budget is deferred
to November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24358 of an ordinance amending Chapter 23 Personnel, Article
VII Retirement of the Code of to provide for the administration of West Jefferson
Medical Center’s retirement plan is deferred to November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125832
A resolution selecting CB & I Environmental and Infrastructure, Inc., to
provide Landfill Gas Collection and Control System Operation and Maintenance
Services for the Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill under RFP 0338. (Council
District 3)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125230, adopted on the 24th day of
June, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized the Purchasing Department
to advertise for Request for Proposals from firms to provide Landfill Gas
Collection and Control System Operation and Maintenance Services for the
Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill under 0338; and
WHEREAS, public bids are not mandated by law and the technical requirements
inherent in the requested services dictate that price is not the sole criterion, it
is in the best interests of Jefferson Parish to obtain competitive proposals as
allowed by Section 2-895 et. seq.; and
WHEREAS, the RFP process allows for comprehensive evaluation of the
proposers’ qualifications, relevant experience, ability to provide the needed
specialty services in addition to costs resulting in a selection that is most
beneficial to Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Committee met on September 14, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Council Chairman was notified of the results of the Evaluation
Committee by letter dated September 15, 2015.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of

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

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

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

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

Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Council does hereby select CB & I Environmental
and Infrastructure, Inc., to provide Landfill Gas Collection and Control System
Operation and Maintenance Services for the Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill
under RFP No. 0338.
SECTION 2. That the Administration shall negotiate a contractual agreement
with selected vendor and said agreement shall be submitted to the Council in
complete form, including all terms and conditions, for approval, authorization
and ratification by Council Resolution prior to execution of said agreement.
SECTION 3. That the costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
Account No. 22390-3500-7331.
SECTION 4. That the Chair of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence the
Vice-Chair, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125833
A resolution selecting Golder Associates to provide professional engineering
services related to the Design Plan, Plans and Specification and Engineering
Services during the Construction of the Expansion of the Landfill Gas Collection
System, Phase 4A, Cells 20-22, Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill (Council
District 3)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125452, adopted on August 12, 2015, authorized
the Jefferson Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal of Statement of
Qualifications from firms interested in providing services related to the Design
Plan, Plans and Specification and Engineering Services during the Construction
of the Expansion of the Landfill Gas Collection System, Phase 4A, Cells 20-22,
Jefferson Parish Sanitary Landfill under Resolution 125452; and
WHEREAS, four (4) submittals were received by the Parish Clerk; and
WHEREAS, on September 17, 2015 the Technical Evaluation Committee
evaluated submittals and the minutes of said meeting are attached; 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 Golder Associates is hereby selected to provide professional
engineering services related to the Design Plan, Plans and Specification and
Engineering Services during the Construction of the Expansion of the Landfill
Gas Collection System, Phase 4A, Cells 20-22, Jefferson Parish Sanitary
Landfill.
SECTION 2. That in accordance with Ordinance No. 18571 adopted on August
5, 1992, the Administration shall negotiate a contract with the consultants
selected herein and said contract shall be submitted to the Council in complete
form, including all terms and conditions, for ratification by Council resolution
prior to execution of said contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of
October, 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Templet, that Item #12 on the
agenda of a resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session to
discuss the lawsuit entitled Phillip Anderson and Barry Cryer v. Jefferson Parish
and Janice Adams, 24th JDC, No. 737-426, Div. “K” be and is hereby deferred
until November 4, 2015. (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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that Item #13 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/
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, it was moved, that the
reading of the minutes of the Jefferson Parish Council Meeting of Wednesday,
October 7, 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 meeting of Wednesday, September 23, 2015 to be corrected with the
notations of corrections of publication as follows.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES

LEGALS

LEGALS

LEGALS

JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, October 7 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, October 14, 2015
None
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, September 23 , 2015
Published In:
The Advocate, September 30, 2015
Under Resolution 125697, in the preamble section of the resolution the
contractors name was misspelled.
Under Summary No. 24336, Ordinance No. 25014 the class Code was incorrect.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125834
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. 24453400, 24482594,
24495477 and 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit Nos. 24417690, 24417711,
24417724, 24417769, 24417776, 24417795, 24417833, 24417846, 24417867,
24417912, 24417931, 24417954, 24417996, 24418021, 24418045, 24418097,
24418130, 24418153, 24418169, 24418202, 24418239, 24418273, 24418327,
24418391, 24418406, 24418452, 24418508, 24418633, 24418729, 24418755,
24418835, 24418900, 24418916, 24418985, 24418992, 24419038, 24419055,
24419086, 24419126, 24419161, 24419220, 24419231, 24419249, 24419265,
24419310, 24419334, 24419399, 24419436, 24419470, 24419600, 24419644,
24419659, 24419713, 24419721, 24419745, 24419778, 24419807, 24419905,
24419933, 24420007, 24420011, 24420024, 24420053, 24420095, 24420167,
24420198, 24420292, 24420302, 24420373, 24420387, 24420394, 24420421,
24420432, 24420445, 24420484, 24420534, 24420620, 24420654, 24420677,
24420683, 24420704, 24420727, 24420736, 24420743, 24420762, 24420801,
24420829, 24420864, 24420886, 24420942, 24420974, 24421006, 24421034,
24421047, 24421075, 24421081, 24421132, 24421178, 24421204, 24421236,
24421270, 24421317, 24421329, 24421338, 24421340, 24421355, 24421412,
24421505, 24421522, 24421533, 24421546, 24421551, 24421567, 24421579,
24421580, 24421624, 24421630, 24421676, 24421682, 24421726, 24421735,
24421742, 24421788, 24421790, 24421837, 24421863, 24421871, 24421941,
24421956, 24421960, 24422015, 24422027, 24422036, 24422062, 24422089,
24422129, 24422138, 24422186, 24422223, 24422252, 24422268, 24422299,
24422321, 24422378, 24422397, 24422418, 24422441, 24422494, 24422516,
24422592, 24422603, 24422642, 24422661, 24422690, 24422814, 24422822,
24422846, 24422867, 24422880, 24422908, 24422912, 24422954, 24423009,
24423032, 24423050, 24423153, 24423169, 24423218, 24423225, 24423241,
24423260, 24423370, 24423389, 24423391, 24423406, 24423410, 24423452,
24423475, 24423565, 24423583, 24423614, 24423633, 24423701, 24423717,
24423764, 24423786, 24423793, 24423819, 24423835, 24423857, 24423874,
24423916, 24423992, 24424003, 24424026, 24424042, 24424061, 24424088,
24424128, 24424137, 24424144, 24424163, 24424185, 24424192, 24424205,
24424222, 24424246, 24424251, 24424267, 24424312, 24424365, 24424401,
24424417, 24424486, 24424527, 24424589, 24424591, 24424625, 24424687,
24424723, 24424752, 24424781, 24424813, 24424850, 24424897, 24424982,
24425025, 24425039, 24425056, 24425073, 24425060, 24425094, 24425127,
24425209, 24425232, 24425284, 24425311, 24425428, 24425492, 24425590,
24425629, 24425705, 24425751, 24425767, 24425812, 24425831, 24425968,
24425999, 24426029, 24426086, 24426135, 24426142 and (0) Officer/Manager
Permits: are hereby approved.
SECTION 2. That the Sheriff, Ex-Officio Tax Collector for the Parish of
Jefferson be and is hereby authorized to issue proper licenses to cover the herein
approved applications within the time prescribed by law.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125835
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# 16513, 42742, 42896, 43817, 43994, 54939, 55879, 57799, 70119, 74899, 77159,
77479, 77579, 77619, 77639, 77699
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125836
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for a two year
contract for Preventative Maintenance (Lining) of Existing Sanitary and Storm
Sewers, Including Service Laterals at Scattered Locations in Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, for the Department of Sewerage. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, contract 55-13945, for a two year contract for Preventative
Maintenance of Existing Sanitary and Storm Sewers Including Service Laterals
at Scattered Locations in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, expires November 6, 2015.
WHEREAS, this advertisement is to request a two year Preventative Maintenance
Contract for cleaning, televising, and lining of Existing Sanitary and Storm
Sewers, Including Service Laterals at Scattered Locations in Jefferson Parish;
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 Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department is hereby
authorized to advertise for sealed bids for a two year contract for Preventative
Maintenance (Lining) of Existing Sanitary and Storm Sewers, Including Service
Laterals (clean, video inspect, and rehabilitate sewers by lining method; and
manholes by cementitious lining) at Scattered Locations in Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements, as are provided in
regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures be included in the Advertisement,
the Bid Proposal Form, and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That the cost for this advertisement be charge to Sewer Capital
Improvements Program Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7540(49404.001).
SECTION 4. That the costs associated with this contract be charged to
Sewer Capital Improvements Program Budget Account No. 44940-40237454(49404.001).
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125837
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for construction of
Access Ways & Ladders at Drainage Pump Stations in accordance with the
plans and specifications as prepared by Barowka and Bonura Engineering and
Consultants, L.L.C. for the Department of Public Works, Drainage. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Barowka and Bonura
Engineering and Consultants, L.L.C. to perform engineering services to provide
plans and specifications for the construction of Access Ways & Ladders at
Drainage Pump Stations; and,
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has reviewed the final plans, specifications and
cost estimate and has accepted them as submitted.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of Jefferson Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
advertise for sealed bids for construction of Access Ways & Ladders at Drainage
Pump Stations in accordance with the plans and specifications as prepared by
Barowka and Bonura Engineering and Consultants, L.L.C.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements as are provided in

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regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures be included in the advertisement,
the Bid Proposal Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this advertisement shall be charged to Account
Number 45210-4037-7541 (52110.044).
SECTION 4. That the cost of construction shall be charged to Account Number
45210-4037-7454 (52110.044).
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve all
documents necessary to implement the resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125838
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Bernhard Mechanical
Contractors, LLC, bid under Bid No. 50-114003, in the amount of Three Hundred
Twenty Thousand Dollars ($320,000.00), for labor, materials, and equipment
necessary to install a new air cooled chiller and associated piping located in
the Central Plant, 960 1st Street, Gretna, LA, for the Department of General
Services. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 22, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Bernhard Mechanical Contractors, LLC, was the lowest responsible
bidder; and
WHEREAS, the new chiller will be air cooled which will allow for use in the
event of the loss of water pressure and for redundancy in cooling capacity.
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 Bernhard Mechanical Contractors,
LLC, bid under Bid No. 50-114003, in the amount of Three Hundred Twenty
Thousand Dollars ($320,000.00), for labor, materials, and equipment necessary
to install a new air cooled chiller and associated piping located in the Central
Plant, 960 1st Street, Gretna, LA, for the Department of General Services, 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 Bernhard
Mechanical Contractors, LLC.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence to run on the date
of the notice to proceed.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
45850-4085-7730 (58510.010).
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125839
A resolution rejecting all bids received under Proposal No. 50-114216 and
authorize readvertisement for labor, materials, and equipment to replace
mufflers on generator engines at the East Bank Water Treatment Plant for the
Department of Public Works, Water (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 22, 2015, for Proposal No. 50114216 for labor, materials, and equipment to replace mufflers on generator
engines at the East Bank Water Treatment Plant for the Department of Public
Works, Water; and,
WHEREAS, the bid amount was considerably more than the cost estimate and
available funds budgeted for the work; and,
WHEREAS, the Department of Public Works, Water, believes it is in the best
interest of Jefferson Parish to reject the bid received and readvertise the proposal.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the bid received under Proposal No. 50-114216 for labor,
materials, and equipment to replace mufflers on generator engines at the East
Bank Water Treatment Plant for the Department of Public Works, Water, is
hereby rejected.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to readvertise
for bids using the specifications as prepared by the Department of Public Works,
Water.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125840
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Industrial-Commercial
Motors & Controls, LLC in the amount of $35,900.00 for the purchase of rubber
flapper check valves for the Department of Public Works, East Bank Water
Treatment Plant Proposal No. 50-114226 (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 15, 2015 for the purchase of
rubber flapper check valves for the East Bank Water Treatment Plant; and,
WHEREAS, Industrial-Commercial Motors & Controls, LLC has provided the
lowest responsible bid in the amount of $35,900.00.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing body of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of
Industrial-Commercial Motors & Controls, LLC in the amount of $35,900.00 for
the purchase of rubber flapper check valves for the Department of Public Works,
East Bank Water Treatment Plant (Proposal No. 50-114226) is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to issue a
purchase order for the procurement of the valves in accordance with the terms of
the bid proposal and this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to sign and execute any and all
documents necessary to give effect to this resolution.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures relative to this procurement will be charged
to Water Department Account No. 53010-3901-126-7231.3. 
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125841
A resolution accepting various lowest responsible bids for a Two (2) Year Supply
of Water Treatment Chemicals under Proposal No. 50-114227 for the Department
of Public Works, Water. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 10, 2015 for a Two (2) Year
Supply of Water Treatment Chemicals under Proposal No. 50-114227; and,
WHEREAS, the various lowest responsible bids received under the proposal for
the two (2) year period are as follows:
Item No. 1 - Bulk Liquid Ammonia for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Premier Chemicals and Services for the purchase of Liquid Ammonia at the
quoted price of $1,200.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $264,000.00 and
contract cap of $350,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
Item No. 2 - Zinc Sodium Hexametaphosphate for East and West Jefferson
Waterworks
Shannon Chemical Corporation for the purchase of Zinc Sodium
Hexametaphosphate at the quoted price of $1,894.94 per ton, for a total bid
amount of $227,392.80 and contract cap of $300,000.00 delivered and charged
to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are
required for water treatment, the total expenditure under the contract for the two
(2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10%
without amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for the
Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 3 - Bulk Polyelectrolyte C-308P for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Polydyne Inc. for the purchase of Polyelectrolyte at the quoted price of $464.00
per ton for a total bid amount of $603,200.00 and contract cap of $750,000.00
delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1. In the event
additional chemicals are required for water treatment, the total expenditure

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under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap
by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 5 - Bulk Powdered Activated Carbon (Broad Spectrum) for East and
West Jefferson Waterworks
Cabot Norit Americas, Inc. for the purchase of Powdered Activated Carbon at
the quoted price of $940.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $376,000.00 and
contract cap of $475,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
Items No. 6 & 7 - Liquid Chlorine: One (1) Ton Cylinders of for East and West
Jefferson Waterworks; 150 Pound Cylinders for Grand Isle
Allied Universal Corporation for the purchase of Liquid Chlorine as follows:
(1 Ton Cylinders) at the quoted price of $385.86 per ton, for a total bid amount
of $501,618.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1.
Liquid Chlorine (150 Pound Cylinders) at the quoted price of $0.6333 per pound,
for a total bid amount of $18,999.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 530103910-7221.1.
The contract cap is set at $675,000.00. In the event additional chemicals are
required for water treatment, the total expenditure under the contract for the two
(2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10%
without amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for the
Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 8 - Bulk Fluorosilicic Acid for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Mosaic Global Sales, LLC for the purchase of Fluorosilicic Acid at the quoted
price of $1816.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $254,240.00 and contract cap
of $325,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1.
In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment, the total
expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the
contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works, Water.
ITEM No. 9 Liquid Aluminum Sulfate for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Geo Specialty Chemicals, Inc. for the purchase of Liquid Aluminum Sulfate at
the quoted price of $276.97 per ton for a total bid amount of $858,607.00 and
contract cap of $1,100,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. The various lowest responsible bids received under Proposal No.
50-114227 for a Two (2) Year Supply of Water Treatment Chemicals for the
Department of Public Works, Water, are hereby accepted as follows:
Item No. 1 - Bulk Liquid Ammonia for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Premier Chemicals and Services for the purchase of Liquid Ammonia at the
quoted price of $1,200.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $264,000.00 and
contract cap of $350,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
Item No. 2 - Zinc Sodium Hexametaphosphate for East and West Jefferson
Waterworks
Shannon Chemical Corporation for the purchase of Zinc Sodium
Hexametaphosphate at the quoted price of $1,894.94 per ton, for a total bid
amount of $227,392.80 and contract cap of $300,000.00 delivered and charged
to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are
required for water treatment, the total expenditure under the contract for the two
(2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10%
without amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for the
Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 3 - Bulk Polyelectrolyte C-308P for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Polydyne Inc. for the purchase of Polyelectrolyte at the quoted price of $464.00
per ton for a total bid amount of $603,200.00 and contract cap of $750,000.00
delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1. In the event
additional chemicals are required for water treatment, the total expenditure
under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap
by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 5 - Bulk Powdered Activated Carbon (Broad Spectrum) for East and
West Jefferson Waterworks
Cabot Norit Americas, Inc. for the purchase of Powdered Activated Carbon at
the quoted price of $940.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $376,000.00 and
contract cap of $475,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
Items No. 6 & 7 - Liquid Chlorine: One (1) Ton Cylinders of for East and West
Jefferson Waterworks; 150 Pound Cylinders for Grand Isle
Allied Universal Corporation for the purchase of Liquid Chlorine as follows:
(1 Ton Cylinders) at the quoted price of $385.86 per ton, for a total bid amount
of $501,618.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1.
Liquid Chlorine (150 Pound Cylinders) at the quoted price of $0.6333 per pound,
for a total bid amount of $18,999.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 530103910-7221.1.
The contract cap is set at $675,000.00. In the event additional chemicals are
required for water treatment, the total expenditure under the contract for the two
(2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10%
without amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for the
Department of Public Works, Water.
Item No. 8 - Bulk Fluorosilicic Acid for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Mosaic Global Sales, LLC for the purchase of Fluorosilicic Acid at the quoted
price of $1816.00 per ton for a total bid amount of $254,240.00 and contract cap
of $325,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901-XXX-7221.1.
In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment, the total
expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the
contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works, Water.
ITEM No. 9 Liquid Aluminum Sulfate for East and West Jefferson Waterworks
Geo Specialty Chemicals, Inc. for the purchase of Liquid Aluminum Sulfate at
the quoted price of $276.97 per ton for a total bid amount of $858,607.00 and
contract cap of $1,100,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3901XXX-7221.1. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
SECTION 2. The Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to implement
contract procedures for the purchase of chemicals awarded in accordance with
this resolution.
SECTION 3. The term of the contracts shall be from January 1, 2016 through
December 31, 2017.
SECTION 4. In the event additional chemicals are required for water treatment,
the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not
exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works,
Water.
SECTION 5. Since no bids were received for ITEM No. 4, Ammonium Hydroxide
Solution for Grand Isle, the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to
readvertise this item.
SECTION 6. The Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman is
hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to sign and execute any and all
documents necessary to give effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125842
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid for a Two (2) Year Supply of
High Purity Gases under Proposal No. 50-114404 for the Department of Public
Works, Water. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, bids were received on October 1, 2015 for a Two (2) Year Supply of
High Purity Gases under Proposal No. 50-114404; and,
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid received under the proposal for the two

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(2) year period follows: Industrial Welding Supply dba Gas and Supply for a
total bid amount of $40,289.00 and contract cap of $50,000.00 delivered and
charged to Account No. 53010-3903-7232.8. In the event additional purchases
are required, the total expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year
period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without
amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for the Department
of Public Works, Water.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid received under Proposal No. 50114404 for a Two (2) Year Supply of High Purity Gases for the Department of
Public Works, Water, is hereby accepted as follows: Industrial Welding Supply
dba Gas and Supply for a total bid amount of $40,289.00 and contract cap of
$50,000.00 delivered and charged to Account No. 53010-3903-7232.8. In the
event additional purchases are required, the total expenditure under the contract
for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the contract cap by more than a factor
of 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by Council Resolution for
the Department of Public Works, Water.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to implement
contract procedures for purchases awarded in accordance with this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the term of the contract shall be from November 20, 2015
through
November 19, 2017.
SECTION 4. That in the event additional purchases are required, the total
expenditure under the contract for the two (2) year period shall not exceed the
contract cap by more than a factor of 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by Council Resolution for the Department of Public Works, Water.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to sign and execute any and all
documents necessary to give effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125843
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid from Louisiana Utilities
Supply (Bid Item No. 1-6 and 11-14), HD Supply Waterworks (Bid Item No.
7) and Quality Sitework Materials Inc. (Bid Item No. 8-10) under Proposal No.
50-113231 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of miscellaneous pipeline
maintenance items at the bid tabulation prices of $75,532.70, $10,869.60 and
$39,211.13 respectively for the Department of Public Works, Drainage and
Sewerage Departments (All Divisions). Maximum expenditures shall not exceed
$70,000.00, $20,000.00 and $50,000.00 respectively for the two (2) year period
and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more than 10%
without an amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the Council
(Parishwide).
WHEREAS, there were three (3) bids received for Proposal No. 50-113231; and
WHEREAS, Louisiana Utilities Supply, HD Supply Waterworks and Quality
Sitework Materials, Inc. submitted the lowest responsible bid for the portions
of the bid; and
WHEREAS, expenditures under the previous two (2) year contract No. 5513632 (07/25/13-07/24/15) with Louisiana Utilities Supply were $56,154.28 (thru
06/19/13); and
WHEREAS, expenditures under the previous two (2) year contract No. 55-13633
(07/25/13-07/24/15) with Quality Sitework Materials Inc. were $54,363.76 (thru
06/19/13); and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $70,000.00, $20,000.00
and $50,000.00 respectively for the two (2) year period; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid received from Louisiana Utilities
Supply (Bid Item No. 1-6 and 11-14), HD Supply Waterworks (Bid Item No. 7)
and Quality Sitework Materials Inc. (Bid Item No. 8-10) under Proposal No.
50-113231 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of miscellaneous pipeline
maintenance items at the bid tabulation price of $75,532.70, $10,869.60 and
$39,211.13 respectively for the Department of Public Works, Drainage and
Sewerage Departments (All Divisions) is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the terms of these contracts 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 expenditures are to be charged to Account Number 7224.3 of
the user department.
SECTION 4. That the cumulative total of expenditures under Proposal No. 50113231 shall be limited to $70,000.00, $20,000.00 and $50,000.00 respectively
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 5. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125844
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Pontchartrain Materials
Corp. LLC, under Bid Proposal No. 50-114190 for a one (1) year contract for
Supply of Limestone at the bid tabulation price of $ 287,200.00. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $300,000.00 for the one (1) years,
by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there were five (5) bids received for Proposal No. 50-114190; and
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $ 190,547.79 for the current
contract with Lafarge West Inc., for the period from 12/11/2014 to 9/11/2015; and
WHEREAS, the current contract shall expire on 12/10/2015; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $300,000.00 for the one
(1) years, for Supply of Limestone; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Public Works of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Pontchartrain Materials Corp.
LLC under Bid Proposal No. 50-114190 for a one (1) year contract for Supply of
Limestone services for the Department of Public Works, at the bid tabulation
price of $287,200.00, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon 12/11/2015.
SECTION 3: That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
7224.1 of the Department of Drainage.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $300,000.00 for the
one (1) 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125845
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Cimsco, Inc. under Bid
Proposal No. 50-114291 for a one (1) year contract for the supply of Heavy Wall
PVC (SDR 26) Sewer Pipe at the bid tabulation price of $ 51,847.05. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $50,000.00 for the one (1)
year period, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there were three (3) bids received for Proposal No. 50-114291; and
WHEREAS, Cimsco, Inc. submitted the lowest responsible bid for the entire
bid; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $50,000.00 for the one (1)
year, for the supply of Heavy Wall PVC (SDR 26) Sewer Pipe; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Public Works, Sewerage of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Cimsco, Inc. under Bid Proposal
No. 50-114291 for a one (1) year contract for the supply of Heavy Wall PVC
(SDR 26) Sewer Pipe for the Department of Public Works, Sewerage, at the bid

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tabulation price of $51,847.05, 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.
7226.2 of the Department of Public Works, Sewerage.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $50,000.00 for the
one (1) year, 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125846
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Economical Janitorial
and Paper Supplies, LLC, under Bid Proposal No. 50-00114086 for a two (2)
year contract for janitorial supplies at the bid tabulation price of $ 643,879.19.
Maximum expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $950,000.00 for the
two (2) years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on September 3, 2015; and
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $251,550.71 for the current
contract with A & L Sales, for the period from December 8, 2013 to September
28, 2015; and,
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $422,775.70 for the current
contract with Economical Janitorial and Paper Supplies, LLC, for the period
from December 8, 2013 to September 28, 2015; and,
WHEREAS, the current contract shall expire on December 7, 2015; and,
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $950,000.00 for the two
(2) years, for janitorial supplies.
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 Economical Janitorial and Paper
Supplies, LLC under Bid Proposal No. 50-00114086 for a two (2) year contract
for janitorial supplies for the Department of Purchasing, at the bid tabulation
price of $643,879.19, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon December 8,
2015 and that payment is hereby authorized for services associated with this
contract upon this date.
SECTION 3: That costs related to the above are to be charged to Account No.
7237.1 of the user Department.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $950,000.00 for the
two (2) 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125847
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of LA Utilities Supply Co.
under Bid Proposal No. 50-114195 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of
water, oil and gas valves at the bid tabulation price of $ 55,607.29. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $60,000.00 for the two (2)
year period, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there were six (6) bids received for Proposal No. 50-114195; and
WHEREAS, HD Supply Waterworks’ bid was rejected due to the nonsubmission of their original affidavits within the 10 day period after the date of
the bid opening; and
WHEREAS, LA Utilities Supply Co. submitted the lowest responsible bid for
the bid; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $60,000.00 for the two (2)
years, for the supply of water, oil and gas valves; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Water of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of LA Utilities Supply Co. under
Bid Proposal No. 50-114195 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of water, oil
and gas valves for the Department of Public Works, Water, at the bid tabulation
price of $55,607.29, 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.
7231.4 of the Department of Public Works, Water.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $60,000.00 for the
two (2) years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5: That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give
full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125848
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Cimsco Inc. under Bid
Proposal No. 50-114193 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of fire hydrant
inserts at the bid tabulation price of $ 326,872.12. Maximum expenditures for
this contract shall not exceed $450,000.00 for the two (2) year period, by a factor
of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution
of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there were three (3) bids received for Proposal No. 50-114193; and
WHEREAS, Cimsco Inc. submitted the lowest responsible bid for the bid; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $450,000.00 for the two
(2) years, for the supply of fire hydrant inserts; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Water of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Cimsco Inc. under Bid Proposal
No. 50-114193 for a two (2) year contract for the supply of fire hydrant inserts
for the Department of Public Works, Water, at the bid tabulation price of
$326,872.12, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon October 21,
2015 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.
7454 of the Department of Public Works, Water.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $450,000.00 for the
two (2) years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5: That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give
full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125849
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid from Progressive Solutions,
LLC., under Proposal No. 50-00114154 for a two (2) year contract for supply
of herbicides, labor, and equipment to control weeds and undesired vegetation
on drainage canals, ditches, and servitudes on the East and West Bank of
Jefferson Parish for the Department of Drainage. Expenditures shall not exceed
$3,280,715.06 for the two (2) year contract period and compensation shall not

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exceed this amount by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by the resolution of the Council (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there were two (2) bids received and opened on September 22, 2015
for Proposal No. 50-00114154; and,
WHEREAS, Progressive Solutions, LLC. submitted the lowest responsible bid
on all individual bid items and the lowest responsible bid overall.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid under Proposal No. 50-00114154
from Progressive Solutions, LLC. for a two (2) year contract for supply of
herbicides, labor, and equipment to control weeds and undesired vegetation on
drainage canals, ditches, and servitudes on the East and West Bank of Jefferson
Parish for the Department of Drainage, is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue a Purchase Order and/or contract as made necessary by this award.
SECTION 3: That expenditures are to be charged to Account Numbers 223203301-316-7347.4 and 22320-3302-316-7347.4.
SECTION 4: That the cumulative total expenditures under Proposal No. 50114154 shall be limited to $3,280,715.06. 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 5. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon full
execution of the Agreement.
SECTION 6: That the chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve any and all
documents necessary to implement this resolution.
SECTION 7: That the term of this contract shall commence upon December 13,
2015 and that payment is hereby authorized for services associated with this
contract upon this date.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125850
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Covington Sales & Service.,
under Proposal No. 50-114088, for Parts & Labor to Retrofit one (1) Television
Inspection Vehicle to operate New Cues Pipeline Inspection Equipment for the
Department of Public Works-Investigation and Rehab Section, at the total cost
of $46,047.00. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, this inspection equipment will be used to televise small and large
diameter sewer and drain pipes throughout the parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Covington Sales & Service,
under Proposal No. 50-114088, for Parts & Labor to Retrofit one (1) Television
Inspection Vehicle, for the Department of Public Works-Investigation and Rehab
Section, at the total cost of $46,047.00 be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to issue a
purchase order for the purchase of said items, in accordance with the terms of
the bid proposal and this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the cost of these items be charged to the Department of Public
Works-Investigation and Rehab Section operating budget account No. 638303976-7748.
SECTION 4. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon the full
execution of the Agreement.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution, having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125851
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Library Interiors, Inc.,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-00113759 for a two year contract for furniture and
shelving at the bid tabulation price of $722,289.56. Maximum expenditures for
this contract shall not exceed $1,500,000.00 for the two years, 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; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was received by Library Interiors, Inc.
in the amount of $722,289.56.
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 Library Interiors, Inc. under Bid
Proposal No. 50-00113759 for a two year contract for furniture and shelving
for the Library Department, at the bid tabulation price of $722,289.56 be and is
hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon October 21,
2015 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’s 21790-245X-7744 and 44780-4016-7744 (XXXXX-XXX) of the Library
Department.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $1,500,000.00 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125852
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Barriere Construction Co.,
LLC, under Proposal No. 50-113801, for a two year contract for asphalt street
maintenance and small jobs (projects) to be provided on an as-needed basis for
the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works – Streets at the bid tabulation
price of $2,497,777.50. Maximum expenditures for this contract shall not exceed
$5,500,000.00 for the two years by a factor of more than 10% without amendment
to the contract authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, expenditures to date have totaled $3,379,138.73 for the current
contract with Barriere Construction Co., LLC, for the period from 8/29/138/28/15; and
WHEREAS, the current contract was set to expire on 8/28/15; and
WHEREAS, Change Order #1, Resolution No. 125386 dated August 12, 2015,
extended the contract on a month-to-month basis, until a new contract is entered
(not to exceed a 6 month period) under the same terms and conditions; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $5,500,000.00 for the two
years for asphalt street maintenance and small jobs (projects) for the Jefferson
Parish Department of Public Works – Streets;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Jefferson
Parish Department of Public Works – Streets of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Barriere Construction Co.,
LLC, under Proposal No. 50-113801, for a two year contract for asphalt street
maintenance and small jobs (projects) to be provided on an as-needed basis for
the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works – Streets, at the bid tabulation
price of $2,497,777.50, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the term of the 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.
7344.9, Paving – of the User Department.
SECTION 4. That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $5,500,000.00 for
the two years, by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give
full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015.

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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125853
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 to the contract
(Contract No. 55-14990) with Rotolo Consultants, Inc., dated May 26, 2015,
bid under Bid No. 50-112529, in the additional amount of Fourteen Thousand
Four Hundred Fifty-Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents ($14,459.25), making
a new contract cap of Three Hundred Seventy-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred
Ninety-Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents ($378,899.25), the cumulative total
of the change order representing a Zero Point Zero Four Percent (4.0%) increase
relative to the original amount of the contract, and adding twenty-five (25) days
to the contract with a new Substantial Completion Date of November 7, 2015
and Final Acceptance date of December 2, 2015 for the construction of the Belle
Meade Walking Trail, for the Department of General Services. (Council District
No. 1)
WHEREAS, to remove hidden piles in conflict with underground storm drainage
and site pavement, and to remove/replace existing sidewalk to raise water meter
to proper elevation, which resulted in an increase to the contract in the amount
of Thirty-One Thousand Five Hundred Four Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents
($31,504.25); and
WHEREAS, utility offset and associated sidewalk demolition/replacement
work included in construction documents scope of work was not required, which
resulted in a credit to the contract in the amount of Seventeen Thousand FortyFive Dollars and Zero Cents ($17,045.00); and
WHEREAS, the contract time shall be increased by Twenty-Five Days (25) for
a new Substantial Completion date of November 7, 2015 and Final Acceptance
date of December 2, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the new total of Change Order No. 1 amounts to an increase of
Fourteen Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents
($14,459.25); which represents a Zero Point Zero Four Percent (4.0%) increase
from the original contract; 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 Council does hereby authorize and approve Change Order
No. 1 to the contract (Contract No. 55-14990) with Rotolo Consultants, Inc.,
dated May 26, 2015, bid under Bid No. 50-112529, in the additional amount
of Fourteen Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five
Cents ($14,459.25), making a new contract cap of Three Hundred SeventyEight Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety-Nine Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents
($378,899.25), the cumulative total of the change order representing a Zero
Point Zero Four Percent (4.0%) increase relative to the original amount of the
contract, and adding twenty-five (25) days to the contract with a new Substantial
Completion Date of November 7, 2015 and Final Acceptance date of December 2,
2015 for the construction of the Belle Meade Walking Trail, for the Department
of General Services. MOB 4651, FOLIO 878, INSTRUMENT NO. 11520915.
SECTION 2. That Fourteen Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-Nine Dollars and
Twenty-Five Cents ($14,459.25) for Change Order No. 1 shall be charged to
Account No. 44530-4007-7454 (45311.179)
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 to approve
said Change Order No. 1 to said contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of
October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125854
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the
Contract No. 55-00013780 dated June 11, 2013, with Boh Bros. Construction
Company, LLC, (Instrument 11329831, Mortgage Book 4578, Page 708) for a
$200,027.65 reduction (7.95% decrease) in the original contract amount with
no additional contract time for the Manhattan Blvd. Overlay (Gretna Blvd. to
US 90B), State Project No. H.007219, Federal Aid Project No. H007219, Public
Works Project No. 2007-034-RB. Work associated with this Change Order is
complete and is within the original scope of the project. (Council Districts No.
2 and No. 3)
WHEREAS, after asphalt milling operations, it was determined that the road
was in good condition and that the use of asphalt pavement patching was not
necessary, resulting in an deduction to the contract in the amount of $141,726.00;
and
WHEREAS, it was necessary to adjust forty-three (43) items of work in order to
reflect field requirements, which resulted in an deduction to the contract in the
amount of $58,301.65; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) in the amount of $200,027.65 represents
a 7.95% deduction to the original contract amount; and
WHEREAS, the total of Change Order No. 1 (Final) amounts to an deduction to
the contract amount from $2,516,190.33 to $2,316,162.68; and
WHEREAS, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funded 80%
($1,852,930.14) of construction costs with the remaining 20% ($463,232.54)
provided by local funds; and
WHEREAS, there have been no previously recorded change orders; and
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) is intended to be final, but is subject to
future audit by the LADOTD.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby authorize and approve Change Order
No. 1 (Final) to Contract No. 55-00013780 dated June 11, 2013, with Boh Bros.
Construction Company, LLC (Instrument 11329831, Mortgage Book 4578, Page
708) for an deduction of $200,027.65 to the contract amount with no additional
contract time for the Manhattan Blvd. Overlay (Gretna Blvd. to US 90B), State
Project No. H.007219, Federal Aid Project No. H007219, Public Works Project
No. 2007-034-RB.
SECTION 2. That there have been no previously recorded change orders.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this construction is funded 80% ($1,852,930.14)
by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) with the remaining 20%
($463,232.54) provided by a local match and funded from Account No. 445304007-7344.2 (45301.313).
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and are hereby authorized to sign and approve
Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of
October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125855
A resolution granting acceptance to Boh Bros. Construction Company, LLC for
their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated June 11, 2013
for the Manhattan Blvd. Overlay (Gretna Blvd. to US 90B), State Project No.
H.007219, Federal Aid Project No. H007219, Public Works Project No. 2007034-RB, Contract No. 55-00013780. (Council District No. 2 and No. 3)
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) is being ratified in conjunction with
this resolution for a deduction of $200,027.65 in the original contract amount.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Boh Bros. Construction Company, LLC is hereby granted
acceptance of their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated
September 19, 2014 for the Manhattan Blvd. Overlay (Gretna Blvd. to US 90B),
State Project No. H.007219, Federal Aid Project No. H007219, Public Works
Project No. 2007-034-RB, Contract No. 55-00013780, which is recorded with
the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in Mortgage Book 4578,
Page 708 Instrument 11329831.
SECTION 2. The said Boh Bros. Construction Company, LLC is hereby
authorized to file a copy of this resolution with the said Clerk of Court as
evidence of the acceptance of completion of said contract, and in order that the
45 days lien and privilege period may begin from date of filing thereof with the
said Clerk of Court.
SECTION 3. That at the expiration of 45 days, the said Boh Bros. Construction
Company, LLC shall furnish the Jefferson Parish Department of Public Works
with a clear lien and privilege certificate from the Clerk of Court and upon
presentation of said certificate, the Department of Public Works will prepare the
necessary documents to authorize payment of retainage.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

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as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of
October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125856
A resolution granting an acceptance to Tuna Construction LLC. for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish Contract is dated April 22, 2015,
for the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department, for Labor, Materials and
Equipment Necessary to Remove and Replace Ceiling Tile at the East Bank
Animal Shelter. (District 2) (Proposal No. 50-0111899)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Tuna Construction LLC. is hereby granted an acceptance of
their completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated April 22, 2015
for the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department, for Labor, Materials and
Equipment Necessary to Remove and Replace Ceiling Tile at the East Bank
Animal Shelter, Contract No. 55-00014937 which is recorded with the Clerk of
Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in M.O.B. 4648, Folio 919, Instrument
No. 11516567.
SECTION 2. That there are no recorded change orders for the contract.
SECTION 3. That the said Tuna Construction LLC. is hereby authorized to file a
copy of this resolution with the said Clerk of Court as evidence of the acceptance
of completion of said contract, and in order that the 45 days lien and privilege
period may begin from the date of filing thereof with the said Clerk of Court.
SECTION 4. That at the expiration of 45 days, the said Tuna Construction
LLC. shall furnish the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department with a clear
lien and privilege certificate from the Clerk of Court, and upon presentation
of said certificate, the Animal Shelter Department will prepare the necessary
documents to authorize payment of retainage and/or release of retainage bond
on said certificate.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125857
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Hilcorp Energy Company
Application No. PIER 2015-25 (P20150871) to propwash an existing canal
and slip for the purpose of placing a drilling rig on location to drill the Shield
Prospect, located on the left descending bank of the Barataria Bay Waterway,
about 7.5 miles southeast of Lafitte, Louisiana. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the well will be directionally drilled from an existing well slip to
minimize impacts to wetlands and/or waterbottoms; and
WHEREAS, eight (8) temporary 3-pile clusters will be installed to anchor the
drill barge during drilling operations, and will be removed after drilling; and
WHEREAS, if the well is successful, a 3-inch flowline, approximately 1,674-feet
in total length, will be buried 3-feet below the canal water bottom, connecting
the proposed well to existing well No. 11, and a 7 x 16-foot well-head protector
platform with navigational light will be installed; and
WHEREAS, due to jetting and propwashing, approximately 21,854 cubic yards
of non-vegetated water bottoms will be temporarily displaced, with anticipated
refill by naturally occurring sedimentation; and
WHEREAS, no impacts to vegetated wetlands are anticipated, as all work will
be performed on vessels in open water; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ Office has
determined that a portion of the proposed activity (structures) has no direct and
significant impact on coastal waters, and has authorized the remainder of the
work by under Programmatic General Coastal Use Permits GP – 6 (flowline) and
GP – 10 (dredging); 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 Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Hilcorp Energy
Company Application No. PIER 2015-25 (P20150871) to propwash an existing
canal and slip for the purpose of placing a drilling rig on location to drill the
Shield Prospect, located on the left descending bank of the Barataria Bay
Waterway, about 7.5 miles southeast of Lafitte, Louisiana.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Tim Morton & Associates,
Inc., Attn: Donna Hollier, 730 E. Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, LA 70508.
SECTION 3. 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 70508.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Robert
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125858
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Hilcorp Energy Company
Application No. PIER 2015-26 (P20150876) to propwash an existing canal and
slip for the purpose of placing a drilling rig on location to drill the Fuji Deep
Prospect, located off of the left descending bank of the Barataria Bay Waterway,
about 6.5 miles southeast of Lafitte, Louisiana. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the well will be directionally drilled from an existing well slip to
minimize impacts to wetlands and/or waterbottoms; and
WHEREAS, eight (8) temporary 3-pile clusters will be installed to anchor the
drill barge during drilling operations, and will be removed after drilling; and
WHEREAS, if the well is successful, a 4-inch flowline, approximately 8,966feet in total length, will be buried 3-feet below the mudline from the proposed
well to existing CF No. 2 well, and a 7 x 16-foot well-head protector platform
with navigational light will be installed; and
WHEREAS, due to jetting and propwashing, approximately 37,546 cubic yards
of non-vegetated water bottoms will be temporarily displaced, with anticipated
refill by naturally occurring sedimentation; and
WHEREAS, no impacts to vegetated wetlands are anticipated, as all work will
be performed on vessels in open water; 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 Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Hilcorp Energy
Company Application No. PIER 2015-26 (P20150876) to propwash an existing
canal and slip for the purpose of placing a drilling rig on location to drill the
Fuji Deep Prospect, located off of the left descending bank of the Barataria Bay
Waterway, about 6.5 miles southeast of Lafitte, Louisiana.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Tim Morton & Associates,
Inc., Attn: Donna Hollier, 730 E. Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, LA 70508.
SECTION 3. 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 70508.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

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as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125859
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to High Point Gas
Transmissions Application No. PIER 2015-27 (P20150819) to install rock dams
and earthen plugs along an existing pipeline canal, located about 10 miles south
of Lafitte, to provide pipeline canal integrity along the existing pipeline route,
and to add shoreline protection, bank stabilization and additional security
against trespassing. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, approximately 5,191 cubic yards of non-vegetated water bottoms
and existing plug material will be excavated, in addition to hauling in 2,213
cubic yards of rip rap and 67 cubic yards of concrete matting, all of which will
be used to install the proposed rock dams and earthen plugs; and
WHEREAS, access to the site will utilize open water channels, primarily Bayou
Rigolettes, and marsh buggies will be used in shallow water areas to minimize
wetland impacts to the maximum extent possible; and
WHEREAS, should the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ Office
of Coastal Management determine that mitigation is required; applicant will
develop and implement a mitigation plan according to agency guidelines and
approval; and
WHEREAS, High Point Gas Transmissions has submitted an application for
a PIER Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to the Jefferson
Parish Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to High Point Gas
Transmissions Application No. PIER 2015-27 (P20150819) to install rock dams
and earthen plugs along an existing pipeline canal, located about 10 miles south
of Lafitte, to provide pipeline canal integrity along the existing pipeline route,
and to add shoreline protection, bank stabilization and additional security
against trespassing.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to T. Baker Smith, LLC, Attn:
Michael Trahan, P.O. Box 2266, Houma, LA 70361.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to High Point Gas Transmissions, Attn: Dan Fayard, 2402 Bayou
Road, St. Bernard, LA 70085.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125860
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Madison Land Co.,
Inc. Application No. PIER 2015-28 (P20150949) to (1) install a 20 x 100-foot
covered boat shelter with a 6 x 100-foot pier on the south side and adjacent to the
proposed boat shelter in a private canal located on the west side of the Barataria
Bay Waterway, and (2) install twelve (12) pilings in a private canal located on
the east side of the Barataria Bay Waterway to moor a house boat and generator
barges during duck hunting season. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the project locations are about ten (10) miles south of Lafitte; and
WHEREAS, no impacts to vegetated wetlands are anticipated, as all work will
be performed on a work barge and marsh buggy within non-vegetated, shallow
open water; and
WHEREAS, Madison Land Co., Inc. has submitted an application for a PIER
Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to the Jefferson Parish
Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Madison Land Co.,
Inc. Application No. PIER 2015-28 (P20150949) to (1) install a 20 x 100-foot
covered boat shelter with a 6 x 100-foot pier on the south side and adjacent to the
proposed boat shelter in a private canal located on the west side of the Barataria
Bay Waterway, and (2) install twelve (12) pilings in a private canal located on
the east side of the Barataria Bay Waterway to moor a house boat and generator
barges during duck hunting season.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to Madison Land Co., Inc., Attn: Henry “Skip” Haller, 4111
Franklin Ave., Gulfport, MS 39507.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125861
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Entergy Louisiana, LLC
Application No. PIER 2015-24 (P20150812) performing an electrical bore under
Caminada Pass in order to establish reliable service in the Grand Isle area.
(Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the project site is located on the northeastern side of the Caminada
Pass Bridge in Grand Isle; and
WHEREAS, two (2) terminal poles, one on the east bank of the Pass and one on
the west bank of the Pass, will be installed; and
WHEREAS, the new bore will use the existing crossing and pull boxes situated
within the existing Right-of-Way; and
WHEREAS, work also includes removal of existing pile supported structures,
cables currently in service, and abandonment of conduit piping currently in
place; and
WHEREAS, due to the depth of the existing conduit and the likelihood of the
conduit fracturing if total removal is attempted, Entergy is proposing to cut the
conduit a minimum of 5-feet below the mudline at each entry/exit point and
abandoning the remaining material in place; and
WHEREAS, the horizontal directional drill will be contained to a land based
setup and no coastal wetlands are expected to be impacted; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ Office of Coastal
Management has determined that a portion of the proposed activity (work on
land) has no direct and significant impact on coastal waters and has authorized
the remaining work under Programmatic General Coastal Use Permits GP – 14
(boring under water, and structure removal); and
WHEREAS, Entergy Louisiana, LLC has submitted an application for a PIER
Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to the Jefferson Parish
Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Entergy Louisiana,
LLC Application No. PIER 2015-24 (P20150812) performing an electrical bore
under Caminada Pass in order to establish reliable service in the Grand Isle area.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to T. Baker Smith, LLC, Attn:
Tracy Pellegrin, P.O. Box 2266, Houma, LA 70361.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized

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herein be sent to Entergy Louisiana, LLC, Attn: Eric Vickers, 1001 Virgil Street,
Gretna, LA 70053.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125862
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of
the Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure and
Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to American Midstream
(Louisiana Intrastate) LLC PIER Application No. 2015-29 (P20150819) to install
a 22-foot vinyl sheet pile bulkhead, braced by seven 12-inch by 30-foot long
piles, and to construct three earthen plugs in order to prevent further erosion
along the existing 12-inch Lake Enfermer pipeline canal and to protect the
integrity of the surrounding marsh, located west of Dupre Cut, about 9 miles
south of Lafitte. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, approximately 161 cubic yards of non-vegetated water bottom
material will be dredged from three (3) separate sites within the pipeline canal
to construct the earthen plugs; and
WHEREAS, to minimize impacts, open water canals will be utilized to access
the work sites; and
WHEREAS, no impacts to vegetated wetlands are anticipated, as all work will
be performed on vessels and a marsh buggy in non-vegetated, shallow open
water; and
WHEREAS, American Midstream (Louisiana Intrastate) LLC has submitted an
application for a PIER Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to
the Jefferson Parish Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to American Midstream
(Louisiana Intrastate) LLC PIER Application No. 2015-29 (P20150819) to install
a 22-foot vinyl sheet pile bulkhead, braced by seven 12-inch by 30-foot long
piles, and to construct three earthen plugs in order to prevent further erosion
along the existing 12-inch Lake Enfermer pipeline canal and to protect the
integrity of the surrounding marsh, located west of Dupre Cut, about 9 miles
south of Lafitte.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Morris P. Hebert, Inc.,
Attn: Timothy Robertson, 10343 Siegen Ln., Building 4B, Baton Rouge, LA
70810.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to American Midstream (Louisiana Intrastate) LLC, Attn: Dan
Fayard, c/o Jacobs Engineering, 170 New Camellia Blvd., Suite 100, Covington,
LA 70433.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125863
A resolution granting permission to Greater New Orleans Women’s Soccer
League, represented by Kari Ayala, 6721 Louisville Street, New Orleans, LA,
70124, to conduct a Mardi Gras Ball Tournament on Saturday, January 30, 2016,
from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, January 31, 2016, from 8:00 a.m.
until 2:00 p.m., at Lafreniere Park; to allow the sale of novelties, beverages
and food in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines and agreements; to
allow the erection of tents in connection with said tournament, provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and
Code Enforcement, Lafreniere Park, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to
conduct such an event; that all requirements and regulations of said departments
and Lafreniere Park are met, and that all required fire regulations are met.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That permission be and is hereby granted to Greater New Orleans
Women’s Soccer League, represented by Kari Ayala, 6721 Louisville Street,
New Orleans, LA, 70124, to conduct an Mardi Gras Ball Tournament on
Saturday, January 30, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, January
31, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park; to allow the sale of
novelties, beverages and food in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines
and agreements, and to allow the erection of tents in connection with said
tournament.
SECTION 2. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to conduct such a
tournament and that all indemnifications and insurance requirements set forth
by the Jefferson Parish Director of the Department of Loss Control and all
federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations are met; and that all
requirements and regulations of said departments and Lafreniere Park are met,
and that all required fire regulations are met.
SECTION 3. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Kari
Ayala, 6721 Louisville Street, New Orleans, LA, 70124, and all departments in
connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125864
A resolution granting permission to DTB Services L.L.C. represented by Terry
Tully, 4740 Antonini Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70006, to hold “Monster Bash”
on Saturday, October 31, 2015, from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Lafreniere
Park; and allow that sale of food, beverages and t-shirts; to allow the erection of
tents and canopies; to allow spacewalks and to allow live music (provided that
the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases), in connection therewith,
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Jefferson
Parish Sheriff’s Office, Jefferson Parish Fire Department, and Lafreniere Park
and all fees are paid to same to conduct said event and that all requirements and
regulations of said departments and the Jefferson Parish Department of Risk
Management are met.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That permission be and is hereby granted to DTB Services, L.L.C.
represented by Terry Tully, 4740 Antonini Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70006, to
have “Monster Bash” on Saturday, October 31, 2015, from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00
p.m. at Lafreniere Park; to allow the sale of food, beverages and t-shirts; to allow
the erection of tents and canopies; to allow spacewalks and to allow live music
(provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases), in connection
therewith.
SECTION 2. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, Jefferson Parish
Fire Department, and Lafreniere Park and all fees are paid to same to conduct
said event and that all requirements and regulations of said departments and the
Jefferson Parish Department of Risk Management are met.
SECTION 3. That a portion of said proceeds go to the Patrons of Lafreniere Park
to help with upkeep of the Park.
SECTION 4. That permission is granted to DTB Services L.L.C. to have food
trucks in Lafreniere Park on Saturday, October 31, 2015, from 3:00 p.m. until
9:00 p.m. at Lafreniere park in connection with the Monster Bash event.
SECTION 5. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Terry
Tully, 4740 Antonini Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70006, and all departments in
connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125865
A resolution granting permission to St. Benilde Men’s Club to have a Chili
Cook-off on Sunday, December 20, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to St. Benilde Men’s Club,
1801 Division Street, Metairie, LA 70001 to have a Chili Cook-off on Sunday,
December 20, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. to sell beer, (delivery and
pick-up 12/20/15) food, liquor and beverages and also erect temporary signs at
the following locations:
Clearview Parkway and West Metairie Avenue
Causeway Boulevard and W. Napoleon Avenue
Veterans Memorial Boulevard and Clearview Parkway
Transcontinental Drive and West Metairie Avenue (northwest & southwest
corners)
Clearview and West Napoleon Avenue
Causeway Boulevard and W. Napoleon Avenue
Transcontinental Drive and West Napoleon Avenue
West Napoleon Avenue and the Lafreniere U-turns
provided that all permits have been obtained from the Office of Citizen’s Affairs,
the Health Department and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage
Control to conduct such event and that all requirements and regulations of said
departments have been met.
SECTION 2. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a certified
copy of this resolution to Mr. William L. Soleto, 2509 N. Turnbull Drive,
Metairie, Louisiana 70001, the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement
and the Department of Parkways.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125866
A resolution granting Deutsches Haus, 1023 Ridgewood Drive, Metairie, LA
70001, represented by Mr. Albert Bourg, permission to conduct a Fundraiser/
K9’s for Warriors on Saturday, November 6, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Deutsches Haus, 1023
Ridgewood Drive, Metairie, LA 70001, represented by Mr. Albert Bourg,
permission to conduct a Fundraiser/K9’s for Warriors on Saturday, November
6, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. to sell liquor, wine, beer, (delivery and
pick up date 11/4/15 – 11/6/15) beverages, food and live music provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs,
the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department and 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
waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Albert
Bourg, 1023 Ridgewood Drive, Metairie, LA 70001, and all departments in
connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125867
A resolution appointing Ms. Marianne Terrebonne, 202 Broadway Drive,
Gretna, Louisiana 70053 to the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority
Board for a three year term effective October 21, 2015.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Ms. Marianne Terrebonne is hereby appointed to the Jefferson
Parish Human Services Authority Board for a three year term effective October
21, 2015 replacing Mr. Raphael Saddy.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Ms. Marianne Terrebonne,
202 Broadway Drive, Gretna, Louisiana 70053; and to Mr. Logan Williamson,
Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority, 3616 S. I-10
Service Road W., Suite 200, Metairie, LA 70001.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125868
A resolution authorizing the appointment of a community representative to the
Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning Board as authorized by Section
2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Section 2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
established the creation of the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning
Board, in accordance with La. R.S. 46:1941.1 et seq., as amended by Act 555 of
2004; establishing the composition of the board; and
WHEREAS, Section 2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
allows the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court to nominate representatives of the
community and requires the Jefferson Parish Council to approve this nomination
via resolution; and
WHEREAS, All three Juvenile Court judges were consulted and agreed to the
nomination of Erika Slakich Dupépé, LPC, NCC, as a community representative
to the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning Board.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council hereby appoints and/or ratifies the appointment
of the following member to the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning
Board:
1. Erika Slakich Dupépé, LPC, NCC, Community Representative.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125869
A resolution authorizing the appointment of a faith based community
representative to the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning Board
as authorized by Section 2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Section 2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
established the creation of the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning
Board, in accordance with La. R.S. 46:1941.1 et seq., as amended by Act 555 of
2004; establishing the composition of the board; and
WHEREAS, Section 2-780.5, et seq., of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances
allows the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court to nominate representatives of the
community and requires the Jefferson Parish Council to approve this nomination
via resolution; and
WHEREAS, All three Juvenile Court judges were consulted and agreed to the
nomination of Barak Cilluffo, as a faith based community representative to the
Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning Board.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council hereby appoints and/or ratifies the appointment
of the following member to the Jefferson Parish Children and Youth Planning
Board:
1. Barak Cilluffo, Faith Based Community Representative.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:

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RESOLUTION NO. 125870
A resolution adding Manning Architects as an approved subcontractor to
provide architectural services in association with Stuart Consulting Group, Inc.
to determine an accurate work scope for improvements and renovations to the
West Bank Utility Billing Office for the Department of Water (Council District
2)
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement between Jefferson Parish and Stuart
Consulting Group, Inc. dated May 20, 2013, as authorized by Resolution
No. 120886 dated May 1, 2013, for providing professional architectural and
engineering services; and,
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional service
provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of subcontractors
involved in each contract; and,
WHEREAS, the Department of Water is currently utilizing the services of
the Agreement to determine an accurate work scope for improvements and
renovations to the West Bank Utility Billing Office; and,
WHEREAS, architectural services are required; and,
WHEREAS, Manning Architects will therefore be added to the list of
subcontractors used by Stuart Consulting Group, Inc. to perform architectural
services.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Manning Architects be added as an approved subcontractor to
provide architectural services in association with Stuart Consulting Group, Inc.
to determine an accurate work scope for improvements and renovations to the
West Bank Utility Billing Office for the Department of Water.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice Chairman,
be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give
full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125871
A resolution adding and approving a subcontractor for professional services
in association with the Engineering Agreement with Evans-Graves Engineers,
Inc. dated March 17, 2015, for engineering services related to Improvement
of Lift Station M-12-1A (Patriot & Avenue B), to add Pivotal Engineers as a
subcontractor to this project; Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project
No. D2528 (Council District 2).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated March 17, 2015 between
Jefferson Parish and Evans-Graves Engineers, Inc., as authorized by Resolution
No. 124387 dated February 11, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional service
provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of subcontractors
involved in each contract; and
WHEREAS, Evans-Graves Engineers, Inc. wishes to add Pivotal Engineers to
their previously submitted list of subcontractors for this project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Pivotal Engineers be added to the list of approved
subcontractors for professional services in association with the Engineering
Agreement with Evans-Graves Engineers, Inc. dated March 17, 2015, for the
engineering services for Improvement of Lift Station M-12-1A (Patriot & Av. B),
to add Pivotal Engineers as a subcontractor to this project.
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.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24340 of an ordinance to resub Lot 4A, Fazande Tract is deferred
to December 9, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24341 ORDINANCE NO. 25025
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. WS-105-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lot 1A, Sq. C-C, Gitzinger
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, into Lots 1B, 17-B and 20-B, Sq.
C-C, Gitzinger Subdivision, in accordance with plan by Tildon J. Dufrene, L.S.
dated 6-22-15, which lots are owned by the Congregation of the Immaculate
Conception Roman Catholic Church, and approving and accepting the Final Plat
of said subdivision. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the Congregation of the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic
Church is the owner of Lot 1A, Sq. C-C, Gitzinger Subdivision, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, which it acquired by Act before F. Evans Schmidt, Notary Public,
dated 7-24-07 registered in COB 3197, Folio 517, Parish of Jefferson; by Act
before George B. Richard, Notary Public, dated 8-11-69 registered in COB
703, Folio 440, Parish of Jefferson; and by Act before Maurice K. Pitre, Notary
Public, dated 9-15-55 registered in COB 2085, Folio 1, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said owner desires to subdivide said Lots into Lots to be designated
as Lots 1B, 17-B and 20-B, Sq. C-C, Gitzinger Subdivision; and
WHEREAS, no public improvements are required, therefore the Preliminary
Plat and Final Plat may be approved and accepted in combination in accordance
with Section 33-2.26(d); and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly advertised,
as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the subdivision of said
lots under Docket No. WS-105-15-PF; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with the law: NOW THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the Preliminary Plat of Tildon J. Dufrene, L.S., dated 6-22-15
showing the subdivision of Lot 1A, Sq. C-C, Gitzinger Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana into Lots 1B, 17-B and 20-B, in said square in accordance with
said plan, is hereby approved.
SECTION II. That the Final Plat of Tildon J. Dufrene, L.S., dated 6-22-15
showing the subdivision of Lot 1A, Sq. C-C, Gitzinger Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana into Lots 1B, 17-B and 20-B, in said square in accordance with
said plan, is hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION III. That in accordance with Section 33-2.31 of the Unified
Development Code (UDC), Subdivision Waivers, for the lot width deficiency of
1.21 feet for lot 17-B instead of the required lot width of 50 feet in R-1A is hereby
waived, accepted and approved.
SECTION IV. That the Parish of Jefferson has not examined or reviewed the
title of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions
placed on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not
imply (1) that the applicant’s or owner’s title or ownership is valid, (2) that there
are or are not any restrictive covenants  or other restrictions on said property, or
(3) that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable or are not enforceable.
SECTION V. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, or in
his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed
to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to give full
force and effect to this ordinance.
This ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24342 ORDINANCE NO. 25026
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. WS-100-15-PF approving the
Preliminary and Final Plat of subdivision of Lots 2A, 3A, and a Part of Lot 1,
Square O, Section F and a Part of Lot 27, Square O, Section E Joseph Rathborne
Land Company Incorporated Industrial Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,

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into Lots 2B and Lot 3B, Square O, Section F, Joseph Rathborne Land Company
Incorporated Industrial Subdivision, in accordance with plan by Tildon Dufrene
Jr, L.S., dated October 9, 2014, which Lots 2A, 3A, and 1, Square O, Section
F are owned by Rathborne Properties INC and Lot 27, Square O, Section E is
owned by Bayou Electrical Service & Troubleshooting LLC, and approving and
accepting the Final Plat of said subdivision. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Rathborne Properties Inc. is the owner of Lots 2A, 3A, and 1,
Square O, Section F, Joseph Rathborne Land Company Incorporated Industrial
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana which it acquired by Act before Philip
D. Clanene, Notary Public, dated November 29, 1978, registered in COB 944,
Page 464, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, Bayou Electrical Service & Troubleshooting LLC is the owner of
Lot 27, Square O, Section E, Joseph Rathborne Land Company Incorporated
Industrial Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana which it acquired by Act
before Mary Gray Dolese, Notary Public, dated August 6, 2013, registered in
COB 944, Page 464, Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, said owners desire to subdivide said Lots into Lots to be designated
as Lots 2B and 3B, Square O, Section F, Joseph Rathborne Land Company
Incorporated Industrial Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, no public improvements are required, therefore the Preliminary
Plat and Final Plat may be approved and accepted in combination in accordance
with Section 33-2.26(d); and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly advertised,
as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the subdivision of said
lots under Docket No. WS-100-15-PF; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with the law: NOW THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the Preliminary and Final Plat of Tildon Dufrene Jr, L.S.,
dated October 9, 2014, submitted under WS-100-15-PF, showing the subdivision
of Lots 2A, 3A, and 1, Square O, Section F, and Lot 27, Square O, Section
E, Joseph Rathborne Land Company Incorporated Industrial Subdivision,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana into Lots 2B and Lot 3B, Square O, Section F, Joseph
Rathborne Land Company Incorporated Industrial Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, is hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION II. That the Parish of Jefferson has not examined or reviewed the title
of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions placed
on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not imply
(1) that the applicant’s or owner’s title or ownership is valid, (2) that there are
or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or (3)
that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable or are not enforceable.
SECTION II. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, or in
his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed
to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to give full
force and effect to this ordinance.
This ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. 

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, that action on
Summary No. 24343 of an ordinance amending Ch. 40 of the Code more
particularly amending the zoning reclassify a portion of Lot 4A (proposed Lot
4A-2), Fazande Tract from R-1A/CPZ to C-1/CPZ and amending Ch. 25 of the
Code more particularly amending the land use classification of a portion of
Lot 4A (proposed Lot 4A-2), Fazande Tract from LMR to LIC is deferred to
December 9, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24344 ORDINANCE NO. 25027
An ordinance submitted under Docket No. WLUZ-15-15 amending Chapter
40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly
amending the zoning classification of Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite No. 4
Subdivision, located at 6401 4th Street, Marrero, bounded by Silver Lilly Lane,
the West Bank Expressway and Cohen Street, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, from
Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1) to General Commercial District (C-2)
and amending Chapter 25 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, more
particularly amending the land use classification of Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite
No. 4 Subdivision, located at 6401 4th Street, Marrero, bounded by Silver Lilly
Lane, the West Bank Expressway and Cohen Street, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
from Low Intensity Commercial (LIC) to High Intensity Commercial (HIC).
(Council District No.3)
WHEREAS, Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite No. 4 Subdivision, located at 6401 4th
Street, Marrero, bounded by Silver Lilly Lane, the West Bank Expressway and
Cohen Street, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, is designated on the Official Zoning
Map of Jefferson Parish as Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1): and
WHEREAS, Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite No. 4 Subdivision, located at 6401 4th
Street, Marrero, bounded by Silver Lilly Lane, the West Bank Expressway and
Cohen Street, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, is designated on the Official Future
Land Use Map of Jefferson Parish as Low Intensity Commercial (LIC), which
said map forms a part of Chapter 25 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
adopted by the Jefferson Parish Council on the 6th day of August, 2003; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Director of this Parish has caused to be duly
advertised as prescribed by law, a public hearing in connection with the zoning
reclassification and land use reclassification of the said lot(s) under Docket No.
WLUZ-15-15; and
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Advisory Board, in
accordance with law: NOW, THEREFORE,
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION I. That the zoning classification of Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite No. 4
Subdivision, located at 6401 4th Street, Marrero, bounded by Silver Lilly Lane,
the West Bank Expressway and Cohen Street, Jefferson Parish, be and is hereby
amended and changed from Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1) to General
Commercial District (C-2).
SECTION II. That the future land use classification of Lot 1, Ames Farms
Townsite No. 4 Subdivision, located at 6401 4th Street, Marrero, bounded
by Silver Lilly Lane, the West Bank Expressway and Cohen Street, Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, be and is hereby amended and changed from Low Intensity
Commercial (LIC) to High Intensity Commercial (HIC).
SECTION III. That the approval of the zoning and land use classification change
is predicated on Lot 1, Ames Farms Townsite No. 4 Subdivision, located at 6401
4th Street, Marrero not being used or issued an occupational license to operate
an Adult Establishment, Adult Cabaret, Massage Parlor, Tattoo Parlor, Barroom,
Night Club or Lounge.
SECTION IV. That the Planning Director for the Parish of Jefferson, be and
is hereby directed, authorized and empowered to make any necessary and
appropriate changes and amendments to the Official Zoning Map contained in
Chapter 40, Zoning, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, designating the
above mentioned and described property as General Commercial District (C-2)
and the appropriate changes and amendments to Chapter 25 of the Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances, more particularly the Official Future Land Use Map,
and designating the above mentioned and described property as High Intensity
Commercial (HIC).
SECTION V. That the Parish of Jefferson has not examined or reviewed the title
of any portion of land shown, or any restrictive covenants or restrictions placed
on said property, and that the action of the Parish in this matter does not imply
(1) that the applicant’s or owner’s title or ownership is valid, (2) that there are
or are not any restrictive covenants or other restrictions on said property, or (3)
that any restrictive covenants or restrictions that may be on said property are
enforceable or are not enforceable.
SECTION VI. That the Chairman of the Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, or in
his absence the Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed
to sign all documents and acts necessary and proper in the premises to give full
force and effect to this ordinance.
This ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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

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subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval. 

It was moved by Mr. Templet, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24345 of an ordinance approving MUC 6-15 for a variance to
the sign regulations for La Morenita Meat Market located at 2703 Belle Chasse
Highway, on Lot 7-A, Elmwood Subdivision, Section D is deferred to December
9, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Mr. Lagasse, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24347 ORDINANCE NO. 25028
An ordinance revoking and declaring portions of Second Street (A/K/A St. Cyr
Street) and Seventh Street in Harahan City Subdivision, City of Harahan, no
longer needed for Parish purposes, authorizing and ratifying their transfer to
the City of Harahan through an intergovernmental agreement, and to provide for
related matters. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, the City of Harahan wishes to sell portions of Second Street (a/k/a
St. Cyr Street) and Seventh Street in Harahan City Subdivision, located in the
City of Harahan between Hickory Avenue and the eastern city limits; and
WHEREAS, on February 19, 1915, Francis D. Charbonnet, Jr., dedicated the
streets within Harahan City Subdivision to Jefferson Parish, which dedication
is recorded at COB 35, folio 412, as this area was unincorporated at that time;
Harahan did not become incorporated until 1920; and
WHEREAS, the law is ambiguous whether ownership of streets dedicated to
a parish automatically transfers to a municipality upon its incorporation; and
WHEREAS, the City of Harahan cannot transfer clear title to said streets,
without Jefferson Parish’s revocation and transfer;
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the declaration that the portions of Second Street (a/k/a St.
Cyr Street) and Seventh Street in Harahan City Subdivision, located in the City
of Harahan between Hickory Avenue and the eastern city limits, are no longer
needed for Parish purposes, and their revocation and transfer of the Parish’s
right, title, and interest to the City of Harahan is hereby authorized and ratified.
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24318 ORDINANCE NO. 25029
An ordinance authorizing and approving the form and execution of a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and the Jefferson Parish
Economic Development and Port District for the purpose of securing a 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 and any other matters in connection
therewith.
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Economic Development and Port District (JEDCO)
a public corporation and political subdivision of the State of Louisiana has the
power and duties to foster economic development in the Parish of Jefferson (the
“Parish”) in accordance with La R.S. 34:2021, et seq.; and
WHEREAS, Forward Jefferson Corporation (“FORJ”), a non-profit limited
liability corporation created for and on behalf of the Parish to assist in the
economic growth and development of business concerns in the Parish, acquired
and constructed the office/incubator facility in the Churchill Technology
and Business Park (the “Facility”), which it financed through the issuance of
$2,830,000 of taxable debt issued by FORJ (the “FORJ Debt”); and
WHEREAS, pursuant to its resolutions adopted on April 30, July 30, and
September 24, 2015, JEDCO now desires to borrow not to exceed $2,500,000,
to bear interest at not to exceed seven percent (7%) per annum fixed rate and to
mature not later than 25 years from its date of issuance (the “JEDCO Debt”) for
the purpose of acquiring the Facility from FORJ, and thus providing funds to
FORJ to repay the FORJ Debt; and
WHEREAS, after much consideration and review and upon recommendation of
the Government Consultants, Inc., Financial Advisor to the Parish and JEDCO,
this Council believes that it is in the best interests of the Parish that it should
pledge its credit, payable out of the General Fund of the Parish, and guarantee
the JEDCO Debt as described hereafter, as provided herein, to secure the
JEDCO Debt and enhance economic development, growth and stimulus in the
Parish; and
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS, acting as the
governing authority of the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana, that:
SECTION 1. This Parish Council does hereby authorize and approve the pledge
of its credit, payable out of the General Fund of the Parish, in an amount not
to exceed $2,500,000, to bear interest at not to exceed seven percent (7%) per
annum fixed rate and to mature not later than 15 years from its date of issuance,
to secure the obligation and guarantee of the JEDCO Debt to enable JEDCO to
acquire the Facility from FORJ and enable FORJ to repay the FORJ Debt.
SECTION 2. The Cooperative Endeavor Agreement by and between the Parish
and JEDCO (the “Agreement”), substantially in the form attached hereto and
made a part hereof as Exhibit A, together with any additional suitable document
required by the purchaser of the JEDCO Debt to evidence the pledge of the Parish,
shall expire upon the payment in full of the JEDCO Debt, with such changes as
the Parish Attorney shall approve, be and the same is hereby approved.
SECTION 3. The Chairman of this Council, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman
be and they are hereby empowered and authorized to execute, sign and deliver
the Agreement, and any all certificates and other necessary documents, for and
on behalf of this Parish Council, with full authority and power to make changes,
additions and deletions not in conflict with the intent of this ordinance.
SECTION 4. A copy of this Ordinance shall be published immediately after
its adoption in the official journal of the Parish, except that Exhibit A attached
hereto need not be published, but shall be available for public inspection during
regular office hours at the Office of the Council Clerk.
This Ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 5 NAYS: None ABSENT: (2) Spears, Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Lagasse, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24348 ORDINANCE NO. 25030
An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 24978, adopted on June 24, 2015,
to exempt tickets sold at the Jefferson Parish Performing Arts Center for
performances associated with the Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS)
Arts Adventure Series program from the $3.00 facility fee on ticket purchases
imposed by said ordinance; and otherwise providing with respect thereto.
(Council District 2)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS THAT:
SECTION 1. That Section I of Ordinance No. 24978, adopted on June 24, 2015,
is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section I. That Article IV is hereby added to Chapter 6 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances, to read as follows:
ARTICLE IV. – JEFFERSON PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Sec. 6-51. Facility fee.
A. There shall be $3.00 facility fee on tickets purchased at the Jefferson Parish
Performing Arts Center to defray the costs of operating the facility.
B. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 6-51(A) above, tickets purchased
at the Jefferson Parish Performing Arts Center for performances associated with
the Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) Arts Adventure Series shall be
exempt from the payment of the facility fee as otherwise imposed by this section.
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associated with the JPAS Arts Adventure Series provided that the group
reservation indicates the number of students from the school who are attending
a particular performance; and, in such cases, individual tickets shall not be
required for the students attending the performance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 5 NAYS: None ABSENT: (2) Spears, Roberts The ordinance was
declared to be adopted on this 21st 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. 

It was moved by Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, that action on
Summary No. 24350 of an ordinance to amend the Sections of the Code that
pertain to cooperative endeavor agreements, professional services contracts and
request for proposal contracts, in order to include a prohibition on contracting
with any individual or business that is involved in the management or consulting
of political campaigns is deferred to November 4, 2015.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 5 NAYS: None ABSENT: (2) Spears, Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day October 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO: 24351 ORDINANCE NO. 25031
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 13709, the Executive Pay Plan, to
incorporate a new Section regarding a “Voluntary Leave Transfer Program” by
which an unclassified employee may donate leave directly to another regular
employee, classified or unclassified, who is experiencing a medical emergency,
and providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, this proposal has been recommended to this Council as necessary
and in the best interest of the Parish;
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That Ordinance No. 13709, the Executive Pay Plan of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, be and is hereby, amended to incorporate the following:
Section XII. VOLUNTARY LEAVE TRANSFER PROGRAM
12.1 The Voluntary Leave Transfer Program is to be administered by the
Department of Human Resource Management for all unclassified employees.
Under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program, a regular employee may
donate leave directly to another regular employee who has a personal medical
emergency (as defined in the Definitions section) or medical emergency of an
immediate family member and who has exhausted his or her paid leave, subject
to the following conditions as outlined in this Section.
12.2 The donation of leave shall be strictly voluntary, without coercion, implied
or otherwise. An employee may not directly or indirectly intimidate, threaten,
or coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce, any other employee for
the purpose of interfering with any right which such employee may have with
respect to contributing, receiving, or using leave under this section. Such actions
may be grounds for disciplinary action.
12.3.1 A regular employee may be approved as a leave recipient and receive/use
donated leave under the following conditions:
(a) The potential leave recipient has been employed with the Parish for a period
of at least one (1) year at the time of application.
(b) The potential leave recipient is not currently on Worker’s Compensation.
(c) The potential leave recipient must be entitled to accrue leave.
(d) The potential leave recipient (or representative acting on behalf of the potential
leave recipient, if appropriate) must complete and submit all application forms
prescribed by the Department of Human Resource Management for the purpose
of consideration as a potential leave recipient. Such forms include, but are not
limited to, a medical certification from a licensed physician. The Appointing
Authority may, at Parish expense, require the potential leave recipient to obtain
a second medical certification from a licensed physician. If there is a conflict
between the first and second medical certification, the Appointing Authority
may, at Parish expense, require the potential leave recipient to obtain a third
medical certification from a licensed physician jointly approved by the Parish
and the potential leave recipient. The third opinion shall be binding on both the
Parish and the employee. All forms must be submitted to the potential leave
recipient’s Appointing Authority.
(e) The Appointing Authority shall approve or disapprove an application of a
potential leave recipient and notify the potential leave recipient (or representative
acting on behalf of the potential leave recipient, if appropriate) of the decision, in
writing, within ten (10) working days of receipt of the required completed forms.
(f) Leave recipient must have exhausted all appropriate paid leave (Sick, Annual,
and/or Compensatory leave) prior to the receipt of donated leave.
(g) Leave recipient is not eligible to accrue leave time while using donated leave.
(h) Leave recipient shall be paid at his designated hourly rate of pay.
(i) Leave recipient shall be limited to receiving donated leave in an amount not
to exceed a total of twelve (12) workweeks within a period of twelve (12) months.
(j) Leave recipient may use donated leave only for purposes related to the
medical emergency for which the leave recipient is approved.
(k) The eligibility for receipt and use of donated leave shall be considered
terminated on the date of which:
1. the leave recipient notifies his Appointing Authority, in writing, that the
medical emergency no longer exist;
2. the Appointing Authority of the leave recipient determines, after written
notification and opportunity for the leave recipient (or his representative acting
on his behalf, if appropriate) to respond orally or in writing, that the medical
emergency no longer exists; or
3. termination of the leave recipient’s employment with the Parish.
(l) Any unused donated leave remaining to a leave recipient’s credit on
termination of the medical emergency must be restored to the leave accounts of
the leave donors and shall be prorated between the leave donors except under the
following conditions:
1. donated leave shall not be restored or paid to leave donors no longer employed
by the Parish;
2. donated leave shall not be restored if such restored leave would be less than
one (1) hour; or
3. restoration of donated leave is not administratively feasible, as determined by
the Department of Human Resource Management Director.
12.4 A regular employee may be approved as a leave donor and donate leave
under the following conditions:
(a) Potential leave donor must complete and submit all forms prescribed by the
Department of Human Resource Management for the purpose of donating leave.
All forms must be submitted to the potential leave donor’s Appointing Authority.
A designated employee of the Department of Human Resource Management
shall review and concur in advance of the transfer of leave to confirm the
eligibility of the potential leave donor.
(b) Leave donor cannot have a leave balance of less than thirty (30) days of sick
leave and less than ten (10) days of annual leave after donation of leave.
(c) Leave donor may donate up to ten (10) days of sick leave and ten (10) days of
annual leave in a period of twelve (12) months. However, a leave donor who has
a current balance of forty (40) or more days of annual leave may donate up to the
amount of annual leave they accrue in the leave year.
(d) The minimum amount of leave that can be donated is one (1) day.
(e) Donation is irrevocable once made. The leave donor shall relinquish all
future claims to donated leave, regardless of the medical condition of either the
leave donor or leave recipient.
(f) Leave donor cannot donate leave to his direct or indirect supervisor.
12.5 Leave donated by the leave donor shall be distributed to the leave recipient
based on the monetary value of the leave. The conversion method (rounded to the
nearest two (2) decimal places) takes the value of leave determined at the current
hourly wage of the leave donor multiplied by hours donated then divided by the
current hourly wage of the leave recipient.
Ex.: Donor leave value: 1 hour = $10; donates 10 hours of leave
Recipient leave value: 1 hour = $15
10 x 10 = 100 = 6.67 hours
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12.6 Nothing in Section 23-112 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinance shall
apply with solicitation, donation, or acceptance of leave under this Section.
SECTION 2. That Ordinance No. 13709, the Executive Pay Plan of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, be and is hereby, amended to replace the Definitions Section
with the following:
Definitions
1. “Accumulated Annual Leave”: Annual Leave earned but unused.
2. “Appointing Authority”: The Parish President, or a Parish Council member, or
the full Parish Council. means any agency, board, commission, officer, official
or other individual duly empowered to make appointments to positions and to
take disciplinary action, including but not limited to termination, in Jefferson
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3. “Appointment”: The designation of a person by a duly empowered Appointing
Authority to become an at-will employee in a position, and the person’s induction
into the position.
4. “Donated Leave”: leave (sick and/or annual) received by leave recipient
through the guidelines established in Section XII.
4. 5. “Employee”: A person legally occupying a position.
5. 6. “Immediate Family”: for the purpose of the Executive Pay Plan, the term
“immediate family” shall include parents, step parents, grandparents, brothers,
sisters, children, step children, spouse, and, if living under the same roof with
the employee, other blood relatives or relatives by marriage.
7. “Leave Donor”: a regular employee of the unclassified service approved by the
Appointing Authority to donate leave (annual and/or sick) to eligible leave
recipients.
8. “Leave Recipient”: a regular employee of the unclassified service with a
medical emergency, either his own or of an immediate family member, approved
by the Appointing Authority as eligible to receive donated leave from a leave
donor.
6. 9. “Leave Year”: A continuous period of twelve (12) calendar months
beginning on January 1 of any year.
10. “Medical Emergency”: a medical condition of a regular employee of the
unclassified service or an immediate family member of such regular employee
that is likely to require the prolonged absence of such employee from duty and
to result in a substantial loss of income to such regular employee because of the
unavailability of paid leave.
7. 11. “Pay”: Salary, wages, and all other forms of valuable consideration, or the
amount of any one or more of these, earned by or paid to an employee by reason
of service rendered, excluding allowances for expenses authorized and incurred
as incidents to employment.
8. 12. “Performance Evaluation”: The evaluation of an employee’s job
performance, made by the employee’s immediate supervisor and/or Appointing
Authority. Such a performance evaluation shall not serve as a guarantee for
continued employment for any definite term.
13. “Regular Employee”: an employee who has been appointed to a position in
the unclassified service in accordance with Law, any requirements of the Code
of Ordinances and the Executive Pay Plan rules.
9. 14. “Sick Leave”: An employee’s absence from duty because of the employee’s
personal illness or injury; or quarantining of the employee by health authorities;
or death in the employee’s “immediate family.” For purposes of these rules,
“immediate family” includes parents, step parents, grandparents, brothers,
sisters, children, step children, spouse, and, if living under the same roof with
the employee, other blood relatives or relatives by marriage.
10. 15. “Introductory Period”: The period during which an employee is considered
to be in an on-the-job test situation immediately following appointment.
SECTION 3. That Ordinance No. 13709, the Executive Pay Plan of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, be and is hereby, amended to renumber previous Sections XII
through XIX as follows:
XII. XIII. The Domenic A. Albano Tenure Award Program
In addition to the pay rates heretofore provided in this Plan, each employee who
received a “Satisfactory” rating on his or her annual performance evaluation and
having two (2) or more years of continuous service shall be paid $25.00 for each
full calendar year of such service. For purposes of this compensation, years of
continuous service shall be computed as of December 31 of the year in which
payment is to be made. This payment shall be termed a Tenure Award, shall be
intended to encourage and recognize service, and shall be payable to employees
in a lump sum, annually, on December 1. No payment shall be made for any
service of less than one full year; except that, if an employee dies or retires
within the last calendar quarter of his final year of service, s/he (or his/her heirs)
shall be eligible for the Tenure Award that he otherwise would have received.
12.1 13.1 The Tenure Award information supplied by the Payroll Office must
be checked by each department and/or district. The Appointing Authority must
certify the accuracy of the dates of employment and the amounts to be paid.
Certifications must be returned to the Payroll Office not later than November 15.
12.2 13.2 A Satisfactory annual performance evaluation rating for the previous
year shall be the basis for qualification for the current year’s Tenure Award.
12.3 13.3 Any employee who is separated from Parish service before December
1 is not eligible for Tenure Award. In an employee retires within the last quarter
of a year (either under the Parish Retirement Systems and/or Social Security
provisions), s/he shall be entitled to receive Tenure Award just as if he had
completed the full year. If an employee dies within the last quarter of a year,
Tenure Award shall be made to his/her heirs in the amount that would have
been paid to the employee had s/he completed the year. If an employee is laid
off and re-employed in accord with these rules within thirty (30) calendar days,
s/he shall be construed to have uninterrupted service. If reemployment occurs
more than thirty (30) days following layoff, the employee shall be given credit
for service rendered prior and subsequent to layoff, but not for the interval of
absence of duty.
12.4 13.4 Tenure Awards are payable on December 1; checks will be available for
distribution to employees on that date, or the nearest working day prior thereto.
12.5 13.5 Persons employed on or after January 6 are not eligible for a Tenure
Award for the first year of their employment.
12.6 13.6 Any employee who is on Leave Without Pay for an aggregate period of
thirty (30) or more working days in any calendar year shall have deducted from
his/her Tenure Award check for that year the amount of one full year’s award
($25.00); except that, this period shall be extended up to ninety (90) working
days in cases resulting from on-the-job injuries. Any employee who is carried
on Leave Without Pay for an aggregate of sixty (60) working days or more in any
one calendar year shall permanently forfeit Tenure Award ($25.00) eligibility
for that year only.
12.7 13.7 In the case of an employee who has continuous service interrupted by
Military Leave of Absence Without Pay in excess of thirty (30) calendar days,
the employee shall receive a Tenure Award for continuous years of service prior
and subsequent to, but not for, the calendar year or years in which the military
service fell.
12.8 13.8 For purposes of computing Tenure Award credits, Absence Without
Leave shall be considered to be the same as Leave Without Pay, and shall be
combined with Leave Without Pay.
XII. XIV. Retirement Systems Membership Eligibility
Eligibility requirements for retirement are as established by applicable state laws
governing the Louisiana Parochial Employees’ Retirement System. Additional
information on Retirement Eligibility may be found in the Jefferson Parish
Employee Benefits Book or in the Parochial Employees’ Retirement System
Summary of Benefits.
XIV. XV. Deferred Compensation Program
14.1 15.1 The Deferred Compensation supplemental retirement plan benefit can
be purchased with pre-tax dollars. Participation in the program is voluntary, and
Jefferson Parish does not pay for any portion of this plan.
XV. XVI. Introductory Period
15.1 16.1 Even though serving at-will, every person appointed to an unclassified
position shall serve an Introductory Period while occupying the position.
15.2 16.2 Unless otherwise stated, the Introductory Period shall be six (6)
months.
15.3 16.3 Although the Parish hopes that the employment experience is enjoyable,
an unclassified employee is employed at-will, which means an unclassified
employee is free to resign at any time for any reason, just as the Parish is free
to end an unclassified employee’s employment at any time, and for any reason,
with or without prior notice.
XVI. XVII. Performance Evaluations
16.1 17.1Each employee serving in an Introductory Period shall be evaluated at
least once during the Introductory Period.
16.2 17.2 Each employee shall be evaluated at least once in each calendar year,
in conjunction with consideration of the employee’s annual pay raise eligibility.
16.3 17.3 The performance evaluation of each employee shall be made by the
appropriate supervisor and/or the Appointing Authority, and shall be reviewed
by the Appointing Authority or his/her designated agent. Both the evaluator and
reviewer shall sign the rating form.
16.4 17.4 Discussion of an evaluation with the employee is mandatory.
XVII. XVIII. Pay Applicability For the purposes of administering the Executive
Pay Plan and its incorporated Pay Plan Benefit and Pay Rules, each pay grade
shall consist of an open range including a minimum entrance annual rate, a
normal maximum annual rate, and an absolute maximum annual rate. The grade
range between the normal maximum rate and the absolute maximum rate shall
be used for longevity pay purposes. Under no circumstance shall an employee’s
pay exceed the absolute maximum rate of the pay grade to which his position
is assigned. Where the term maximum rate is used in this Rule, it shall mean
the normal maximum rate stated in the Pay Plan, or, in the case of an employee
having sufficient service to qualify for longevity pay, that employee’s individual
longevity maximum rate.
When necessary to the operation of the Parish automated payroll system, salary
equivalents of the annual pay rates stated in the Pay Plan may be computed on an
hourly, day, and bi-weekly basis as follows:
(a) hourly rate = annual rate/annual base hours for the class or position (2080
hours for 40 hour/week base, or 1820 hours for 35 hour/week base), rounded to
the nearest four (4) decimal places.
(b) day rate = hourly rate * regular hours per day, rounded to the nearest two (2)
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(c) bi-weekly rate = day rate*10.
17.1 18.1 The pay of all positions shall be determined in accordance with the Pay
Plan. No person shall be paid at less than the minimum rate nor more than the
maximum rate provided for his/her position, except as specifically permitted
elsewhere in this Rule or as specifically provided in the Pay Plan.
17.2 18.2 All appointments shall be made at the minimum rate or such other
starting rate as specifically authorized by the Appointing Authority.
17.3 18.3 Whenever the Pay Plan is amended to set a higher pay grade for
any position, additional “across-the-board” pay increases may be granted to
employees occupying positions affected.
Pay Increases
17.4 18.4 Subject to the availability of funds, an employee may be granted a
pay increase (subject to the maximum rate limitation) on the first day of the
pay period immediately following satisfactory completion of the Introductory
Period. Thereafter, annually, if the initial pay raise was effective between
the first and fifteenth day of the month (inclusive), the employee’s pay raise
eligibility date shall be the first day of that month; and, if the initial pay raise
was effective between the sixteenth and last day of the month (inclusive), the
employee’s eligibility date shall be the sixteenth of that month.
Each employee shall be considered for an annual pay raise of five (5) percent
of current annual salary on his/her eligibility date. If approved, this shall be
effective on the first day of the pay period immediately following the eligibility
date.
17.5 18.5 In addition to the employee’s annual pay raise, the Appointing
Authority shall have discretion to grant to an executive employee a merit raise
for outstanding job performance of up to five percent of the employee’s salary,
subject to the following limitations:
(a) Not more than one such discretionary raise shall be granted per calendar year
to any executive employee; and
(b) No such discretionary raise granted in addition to an employee’s annual
raise shall be effective unless and until such raise is ratified and approved by
resolution of the Jefferson Parish Council.
17.6 18.6 Pay increases above the normal maximum rate provided in the Pay
Plan (except for across-the-board cost-of-living raises elsewhere permitted in
these Rules) shall be used only as a reward and incentive for long-career and
continued merit service. To be eligible for such raises(s), an employee must have
at least seven (7) years of service, and the employee’s pay rate after raise shall
not exceed the normal maximum rate by more than five (5) percent compounded
for each three (3) years of service.
(1) When an employee with years of service in either the Classified Pay Plan,
the Pay Plan for Fire Personnel, or the Judicial Compensation and Classification
Plan transfers into the Executive Pay Plan, his years of service in the other Pay
Plan, are credited to him only for the purpose of determining his entitlement to
longevity pay raises above the normal maximum in the Executive Pay Plan for
Unclassified Employees.
Pay Reductions
17.7 18.7 If an employee is changed to a position having a maximum salary rate
which is lower than the employee’s current pay rate, the employee’s pay may be
frozen, and no additional raises shall be granted while the employee occupies
that position except in cases of an across-the-board cost-of-living adjustment
and/or a revision of the Pay Plan.
Maintenance and Allowance
17.8 18.8 Reimbursement of actual and necessary expenses authorized or
incurred as incidents to employment shall not be considered as deductible
allowances; contributions or payments made by the Parish for the purpose of
providing group insurance and/or retirement benefits shall not be considered as
deductible allowances.
Automobile Allowance
17.9 18.9 Employees may be provided with the use of a Parish vehicle for the
conduct of Parish business, or, in lieu of such, may receive a monthly car
allowance as reimbursement for expenses incurred as a result of using their
personal vehicle in the conduct of Parish business.
17.10 18.10 For those employees receiving the monthly car allowance
reimbursement, payment of such allowance shall be suspended whenever the
employee recipient is on extended leave of absence from duty for a period in
excess of thirty (30) days.
XVIII. XIX. Hours of Work
18.1 19.1 Employees are expected to work whenever and whatever hours are
required to satisfy the needs of the service.
XIX. XX. Outside Employment and Outside Interests
19.1 20.1 The Parish job shall be considered the employee’s primary occupation,
taking precedence over all other occupations.
19.2 20.2 An employee shall not have any secondary or “outside” employment
without the express written approval of the Appointing Authority.
19.3 20.3 Each employee shall be required to periodically execute, in writing, a
signed statement with regard to secondary or “outside” employment.
19.4 20.4 If, in the opinion of the Appointing Authority, outside employment
is adversely affecting an employee’s job performance, s/he may be asked to
refrain from such activities by his/her immediate supervisor as a condition of
employment.
(additions in underscore, deletions in strikethrough)
SECTION 4. That all other ordinances, or parts thereof, in conflict herewith, are
hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24354 ORDINANCE NO. 25032
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:
GENERAL FUND (FUND 10010)
Revenues
10010-4460 Appropriate $46,085
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
ADJUDICATED PROPERTY (DEPT 0019)
Expenditures
10010-0019-7540 $285
(Advertising)
10010-0019-7331 45,000
(Professional Services)
SERVICEMEN’S ASSISTANCE (DEPT 0320)
10010-0320-7512.4 $800
(Central Telephone)
VIDEO POKER (FUND 22020)
Revenues
22020-4460 Appropriate $13,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22020-2753-7911.44530 13,000
(Trf to Council District Projects)
TOURISM (FUND 22030)
Revenues
22030-4460 Appropriate $30,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22030-2763-127-7680.170 30,000
(New Growth Economic Develop)
WB RIVERBOAT GAMING (FUND 22040)
Revenues
22040-4460 Appropriate $5,000 $641,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22040-2773-7680.179 5,000
(Henry Ford Middle School)
22040-2773-7911.45680 60,000
(Trf to EB Animal Shelter)
22040-2773-7911.44500 450,000
(Trf to Streets Capital Proj.)
22040-2773-7911.44670 126,000
(Trf to WB Playground Cap Improv)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
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22200-4460 Appropriate $154,887
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22200-3050-7344.7 150,000
(Tree Cutting Service)
22200-3000-7911.53000 4,887
(Trf to Consolidated Sewerage)
SECTION 2. That the 2015 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
adjusting the revenues and/or expenditures within the following
departments:
CONSOLIDATED SEWERAGE (FUND 53000)
Revenues
53000-0000-5911.63810 $1,000
(Trf fr Engineering)
53000-0000-5911.22200 4,887
(Trf fr Streets)
Expenditures
53000-3850-114-7562.3 1,000
(Training and Travel Costs)
53000-3852-120-7433.8 4,887
(Distribution System)
PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION (FUND 63830)
Revenues
63830-0000-5911.21410 $4,187
(Trf fr US Misc Grants)
63830-3972-7311 4,187
(Indirect Costs)
SECTION 3. That the following line-item transfers within the 2015 Operating
Budget of Jefferson Parish are hereby authorized:
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (DEPT 0140)
Expenditures
10010-0140-114-7225.2 ($1,000)
(Gasoline)
10010-0140-114-7235.7 (1,500)
(Food)
10010-0140-114-7561.3 (7,000)
(Central Garage Repairs)
10010-0140-347-7XXX (149,286)
(Various Accounts)
PUBLIC SAFETY GRANTS (DEPT 0150)
Expenditures
10010-0150-114-7210 $5,000
(Office Supplies)
10010-0150-114-7XXX 23,640
(PerSer/Sal/Bf)
10010-0150-347-7XXX 130,146
(Various Accounts)
TRANSIT (FUND 21670)
Expenditures
21670-2000-7746 ($75,000)
(Computer Equipment)
21670-2000-7561.4 75,000
(Central Tire)
COMPUTER CENTER (FUND 63520)
Expenditures
63520-3952-7131.2 ($15,000)
(Health Retiree)
63520-3952-7331 (15,000)
(Professional Services)
63520-3952-7341.2 (10,000)
(Computer Services Contract)
63520-3952-7432.4 (15,000)
(Computer & Software Support)
63520-3952-7746 55,000
(Computer Equipment)
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Spears, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24355 ORDINANCE NO. 25033
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 $6,250
(Project 45319.403)
SECTION 1. 2. That the 2015 Capital Budget is amended by adjusting the
revenues and/or expenditures within the following projects:
STREETS CAPITAL PROJECT
Revenues
44200-4460 Appropriate $150,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
44500-0000-5911.22040 $450,000
(Trf fr CD Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Major Projects (MP’s) 150,000
(Project 45004.006)
Oak Street Walk Track 450,000
(Project 45004.308)
CONSOL SEWER CAP PROJECTS
Revenues
44940-0000-5230.06 $36,000
(UNO Research & Tech Fndtn)
Expenditures
Harvey Belt Press (61,800)
(Project 49420.016)
PCCP Force Main Evaluation 20,900
(Project 49415.002)
Purdue & 37th 76,900
(Project 49410.009)
EB PLAYGROUND CAP IMPROV
Expenditures
Lakeshore HVAC Project ($110,000)
(Project 46824.008)
Bright HVAC Project 15,000
(Project 46819.006)
Cleary HVAC Project 95,000
(Project 46817.009)
EB SEWER IMPROV & RENOV
Revenues
45040-4460 Appropriate $400,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
East Bank WWTP Admin Bldg Renovations 400,000
(Project 50412.004)
EAST BANK ANIMAL SHELTER
Revenues
45680-0000-5911.22040 60,000
(Trf fr CD Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
New WB Facility 60,000
(Project 56813.001)
WB PLAYGROUND CAP IMPROV
Revenues
44670-0000-5911.22040 $126,000
(Trf fr CD Riverboat Gam)
Expenditures
Kennedy Heights – Playground Improvements 126,000
(Project 46716.004)
COUNCIL DISTRICT PROJECTS
Revenues
44530-0000-5911.22020 $13,000

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(Trf fr CD Video Poker Fd)
Expenditures
Williams Playlot Community Enrichment 13,000
(Project 45310.317)
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 21st 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. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125872
A resolution granting permission to St. Philip Neri School, 6600 Kawanee
Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, represented by Jill Rabalais, to conduct
a Craft Fair on Saturday, November 21, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. to
allow the sale of beverages and food, in connection therewith, provided that all
necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and
Code Enforcement, the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Fire Department, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to conduct such a
fair and that all requirements and regulations of said departments are met; and
waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes for said permits. Permission is also granted
for the erection of five (5) temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot at the
following locations provided that placement of all signs are approved by the
Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division and that none of said signs cause
any sight obstructions for motorist: one in front of the church/school parking lot
or public right-of-way on the south side of Kawanee Avenue; one on the Parish
right of way on Power Blvd. near Kawanee Avenue; one on the Parish right of
way on Veterans Blvd. near Chapelle High School; one on the Parish right of
way on Transcontinental Drive between Kawanee Avenue and Meadowdale
Street (near St. Ann School); one at the intersection of West Esplanade Avenue at
Power Blvd. and one at the intersection of West Esplanade Avenue at Clearview
Parkway to advertise said fair from Saturday, November 7, 2015, through
Sunday, November 22, 2015.(Council District 4)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That permission be and is hereby granted to St. Philip Neri School,
6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, represented by Jill Rabalais,
to conduct a Craft Fair Saturday, November 21, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m.; to allow the sale of beverages and food, in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such a fair and that all requirements and
regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION 3. That permission is also granted to erect five (5) temporary sign
not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot provided that placement of all signs are approved
by the Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division and that none of said signs
cause any sight obstructions for motorists: one in front of the church/school
parking lot or public right-of-way on the south side of Kawanee Avenue; one on
the Parish right of way on Power Blvd. near Kawanee Avenue; one on the Parish
right of way on Veterans Blvd. near Chapelle High School; one on the Parish right
of way on Transcontinental Drive between Kawanee Avenue and Meadowdale
Street (near St. Ann School); one at the intersection of West Esplanade Avenue
at Power Blvd. and to one at the intersection of West Esplanade Avenue at
Clearview Parkway to advertise said fair from Saturday, November 7 , 2015,
through Sunday, November 22, 2015.
SECTION 4. That it is understood that all proceeds will go to St. Philip Neri
Ladies Club and that no compensation will be paid to anyone for services
rendered in connection with said Craft Fair.
SECTION 5. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to St. Philip
Neri School, 6600 Kawanee Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, c/o Ms. Jill
Rabalais, and all departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts The resolution was declared to be
adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125873
A resolution selecting Blue Williams, LLP & Phelps Dunbar, LLP. to provide
legal services to the Jefferson Parish Retirement System Board of Trustees.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 125595 adopted on August 26, 2015,
the Council Clerk re-advertised for statements of qualifications from persons or
firms interested in providing legal services to the Jefferson Parish Retirement
System Board of Trustees; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee met on October 5, 2015
to discuss and evaluate proposals from firms to provide legal services to the
Jefferson Parish Retirement System Board of Trustees; and
WHEREAS, after deliberation, the Committee concluded all proposers are
qualified to perform work for the Parish as their scores were all seventy (70)
percent or greater.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby select Blue Williams, LLP & Phelps
Dunbar, LLP to provide legal services to the Jefferson Parish Retirement System
Board of Trustees.
SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125877
A resolution authorizing DTB Services, L.L.C., represented by Terry Tully, to
place temporary signs at various locations to advertise “Monster Bash” event in
Lafreniere Park, and to provide for related matters. (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, DTB Services, L.L.C., is hosting a “Monster Bash” event Saturday,
October 31, 2015, at Lafreniere Park; and,
WHEREAS, they have requested permission to place temporary signs
advertising “Monster Bash” 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 I. That DTB Services, L.L.C., be and is hereby granted permission
to place temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot to advertise “Monster
Bash”, which is being held at Lafreniere Park on Saturday, October 31, 2015, at
the following locations:
1.) One sign on Veterans Blvd. median near Causeway Boulevard
2.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway near its intersection with
Veterans Blvd. (not in the median of Veterans Blvd.)
3.) One sign in the median of Transcontinental Drive near its intersection with
Veterans Blvd. (not in the median of Veterans Blvd.)
4.) One sign in the median of Veterans Blvd. near Power Blvd/David Drive (near
water tower)
5.) One sign in the median of David Drive near West Napoleon Avenue
6.) One sign in the median of Transcontinental Drive at the intersection of West
Esplanade Avenue
7.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway near West Esplanade Avenue
8.) One sign in the median of Transcontinental Drive near West Napoleon Avenue
9.) One sign in the median of Clearview Parkway at Airline Drive
10.) One sign in the median of Power Blvd. at West Esplanade Avenue
SECTION II. 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 sponsor’s function or event.
SECTION III. That permission is hereby granted to place temporary signs
advertising said “Monster Bash” Event from Wednesday, October 21, 2015, until

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Saturday, October 31, 2015, and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to
each sign and that said signs be removed on Saturday, October 31, 2015.
SECTION IV. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Terry
Tully, 4740 Antonini Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70006, and all departments in
connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125878
A resolution granting EastBank Friends of Recreation, 6921 Saints Drive,
Metairie, LA 70003 permission to hold a JPRD Bulldog Bowl at Johnny Bright
Playground, 4100 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, LA 70006 from Friday, November
13th through Sunday, November 15th 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 EastBank Friends of
Recreation, 6921 Saints Drive, Metairie, LA 70003 to hold a JPRD Bulldog
Bowl at Johnny Bright Playground, 4100 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, LA 70006 on
Friday, November 13, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m., Saturday, November
14, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 15, 2015 from
8:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. to allow the sale of beer (delivery & pickup date
11/13/15 – 11/15/15) beverages, food and erect tents in connection therewith;
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of
Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Health Department,
the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and from the State of Louisiana Office
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such event and that all requirements and
regulations of said departments are met, and further waiving all Jefferson Parish
taxes in connection with said event.
SECTION II. That all proceeds will go to Johnny Bright Playground and that no
compensation will be paid to anyone for services rendered in connection with
said event.
SECTION III. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a certified
copy of this resolution to Mr. Malcolm Robinson, Jr., 3408 Clearview Parkway,
Metairie, LA 70006.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125879
A resolution granting permission to CRC We Care We Share, Inc., 32 E. Airline
Highway, Kenner, LA 70062 to conduct a Benefit on Saturday, October 24, 2015
from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 5)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, acting as governing authority
for said Parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted CRC We Care We Share, Inc.,
32 E. Airline Highway, Kenner, LA 70062 to conduct a Benefit on Saturday,
October 24, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at 3500 21st Street, Metairie,
LA 70002 to allow the sale of beverages, food, beer (delivery and pick up
10/24/15) and live music provided that all necessary permits have been obtained
from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department,
the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, and Jefferson
Parish Code Enforcement to conduct such an event and that all requirements and
regulations of said departments have been met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish
taxes in connection with said event, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION II. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Julie Helmstetter,
32 E. Airline Highway, Kenner, LA 70062, the Department of Citizen’s Affairs,
the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement and the Louisiana State
Office of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125880
A resolution granting permission to the Academy of Our Lady, 5501 Westbank
Expressway, Marrero, LA 70072 represented by Ms. Alexandra Stoufflet, to
hold a Holiday Marketplace Fundraiser on Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 6
p.m. to 9 p.m. at 5501 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA 70072 to sell and serve
liquor, beer crafts, food and beverages, provided permits are obtained from
the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol and
Tobacco Control, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Jefferson Parish
Health Department and that all requirements of said departments are met; and
waiving all taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to the Academy of Our Lady,
5501 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, LA 70072 represented by Ms. Alexandra
Stoufflet, to hold a Holiday Marketplace Fundraiser on Thursday, November
12, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 5501 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA
70072 to sell and serve liquor, beer crafts, food and beverages, provided permits
are obtained from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, State of Louisiana
Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
and the Jefferson Parish Health Department and that all requirements of said
departments are met; and waiving all taxes.
SECTION 2. That this permission is granted provided that permits are obtained
from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s office, State
of Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control, and the Jefferson Parish
Health Department and that all requirements of said departments are met.
Section 3. That all taxes are hereby waived in connection with said event.
SECTION 4. The proceeds from said craft fair will go to Academy of Our Lady
Alumni Scholarship Fund.
SECTION 5. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Alexandra
Stoufflet, 5501 Westbank Expressway Marrero, LA 70072.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125881
A resolution granting permission to Metairie Humane represented by Ms. Joan
Delahoussaye, 6213 Airline Drive, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, to place signs not
to exceed 4’ x 5” on right of way to advertise the “Howl O Weenie” fundraiser
on Saturday, October 24, 2015, 11:00 am until 5:00 pm, at the following
intersections, provided that the placement of all signs are approved by Jefferson
Parish Traffic Engineering Division and none of the said signs cause any sight
obstructions for motorists: two (2) signs at Transcontinental Drive and West
Metairie Avenue; two (2) signs at Transcontinental Drive and West Napoleon
Avenue; two (2) signs at Lafreniere Park entrances; two (2) signs at David Drive
and West Metairie Avenue; two (2) signs at David Drive and West Napoleon
Avenue; two (2) signs on Clearview Parkway near Kawanee Avenue; two (2)
signs at Causeway Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard; two (2) signs at Veterans
Boulevard and Bonnabel Boulevard; and two (2) signs on Transcontinental
Drive between Meadowdale Street and Loveland Street, West Esplanade and
Clearview Parkway, West Esplanade and Transcontinental, Jefferson highway
and Citrus Rd, starting on Saturday, October 10 and Ending on Sunday, October
25, 2015 for a period of fifteen (15) days prior to their fund raising event through
Sunday, October 25, 2015, said signs are to be removed within twenty-four (24)
hours after said event.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission is hereby granted to Metairie Humane represented
by Ms. Joan Delahoussaye, 6213 Airline Drive, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003,
to place signs not to exceed 4’ x 5” on right of way to advertise the “Howl O
Weenie” fundraiser on Saturday, October 24, 2015, 11:00 am until 5:00 pm, at
the following intersections, provided that the placement of all signs are approved
by Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division and none of the said signs
cause any sight obstructions for motorists: two (2) signs at Transcontinental
Drive and West Metairie Avenue; two (2) signs at Transcontinental Drive and

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West Napoleon Avenue; two (2) signs at Lafreniere Park entrances; two (2) signs
at David Drive and West Metairie Avenue; two (2) signs at David Drive and
West Napoleon Avenue; two (2) signs on Clearview Parkway near Kawanee
Avenue; two (2) signs at Causeway Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard; two
(2) signs at Veterans Boulevard and Bonnabel Boulevard; and two (2) signs
on Transcontinental Drive between Meadowdale Street and Loveland Street,
West Esplanade and Clearview Parkway, West Esplanade and Transcontinental,
Jefferson highway and Citrus Rd, starting on Saturday, October 10 and Ending
on Sunday, October 25, 2015 for a period of fifteen (15) days prior to their fund
raising event through Sunday, October 25, 2015, said signs are to be removed
within twenty-four (24) hours after said event.
SECTION II. That said signs are to measure no more than four (4) feet by five
(5) feet each and a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each sign, and said
signs are to be removed within twenty-four (24) hours after said event.
SECTION III. That the signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way
herein shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except
to identify the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants
permission to erect said sign advertising the primary sponsor’s function or event.
SECTION IV. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Joan
Delahoussaye, Metairie Humane Representative, 6213 Airline Drive, Metairie,
Louisiana, 70003; and to all departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125882
A resolution granting permission to West Jefferson Medical Center, represented
by Ms. Carol Reppel, Risk Manager, to hold a “Moonlight and Martinis” –
cocktail party to benefit the West Jefferson Medical Center, at 1121 Medical
Center Boulevard, Marrero, LA 70072 on Saturday, November , 2015, from
6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. to serve food, beverages, beer and liquor (Beer and
alcohol will be brought on the premises on 11/6/15 at 5:00 PM and picked up
on 11/9/15); to erect canopies, craft booths, , and to have live music (must end
by 10:00PM.); provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from
the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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 West Jefferson Medical
Center, represented by Ms. Carol Reppel, Risk Manager, to hold a “Moonlight
and Martinis” – cocktail party to benefit the West Jefferson Medical Center, at
1121 Medical Center Boulevard, Marrero, LA 70072 on Saturday, November ,
2015, from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. to serve food, beverages, beer and liquor
(Beer and alcohol will be brought on the premises on 11/6/15 at 5:00 PM and
picked up on 11/9/15); to erect canopies, craft booths, , and to have live music
(must end by 10:00PM.); provided that all necessary permits have been obtained
from the Department of Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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 Ms. Carol Reppel, 1101
Medical Center Blvd, Marrero, LA 70072, the Department of Citizens’ Affairs,
the Health Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125883
A resolution granting permission to St. Matthew the Apostle School, 10021
Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123 represented by Ms. Shelly Landry,
to hold a Holiday Market on Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 10:00 A.M.
to 4 p.m. at 10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123 to serve food
and beverages, provided permits are obtained from the Department of Citizens’
Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and that all requirements of said
departments are met; and waiving all taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That permission is hereby granted to St. Matthew the Apostle
School, 10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123 represented by Ms.
Shelly Landry, to hold a Holiday Market on Saturday, November 21, 2015 from
10:00 A.M. to 4 p.m. at 10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123 to
serve food and beverages, provided permits are obtained from the Department of
Citizens’ Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and that all requirements
of said departments are met; and waiving all taxes.
SECTION 2. That all taxes are hereby waived in connection with said event.
SECTION 3. The proceeds from said craft fair will go to St. Matthew the
Apostle School.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms. Shelly Landry,
10021 Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution was
offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125884
A resolution granting permission to Hosanna Church, 2215 Barataria Blvd,
Marrero, Louisiana 70072, represented by Rev. George Mclean, to conduct a
Christmas Event on Friday, December 11, 2015 from 06:00 p.m. until 10:00
p.m. and Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 05:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.; at 2215
Barataria Blvd, Marrero, Louisiana 70072; to allow the sale of refreshments,
food, and to erect temporary signs advertising the event; provided that all
permits are obtained from the Office of Special Events, Inspection & Code,
the Jefferson Parish Health Department; and waiving all taxes in connection
therewith.
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 Hosanna Church, 2215
Barataria Blvd, Marrero, Louisiana 70072, represented by Rev. George Mclean,
to conduct a Christmas Event on Friday, December 11, 2015 from 06:00 p.m.
until 10:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 05:00 p.m. until 10:00
p.m.; at 2215 Barataria Blvd, Marrero, Louisiana 70072; to allow the sale of
refreshments, food; provided that all permits are obtained from the Office of
Special Events, Inspection & Code, the Jefferson Parish Health Department; and
waiving all taxes in connection therewith.
SECTION 2. That permission is hereby granted to Hosanna Church, 2215
Barataria Blvd, Marrero, Louisiana 70072, represented by represented by Rev.
George Mclean, to erect temporary signs on the Parish’s rights-of-way at the
following intersections to advertise the Church’s Christmas Event to be held on
Friday, December 11, 2015 and Saturday, December 12, 2015:
Barataria Boulevard & Lapalco Boulevard,
Barataria Boulevard & Westbank Expressway,
Barataria Boulevard & Lafitte Highway,
Barataria Boulevard & Ames Boulevard, and
Destrehan Extension & Lafitte Highway.
SECTION 3. That said signs shall measure no more than three feet wide by two
feet high and that a copy of this resolution shall be attached to each sign.
SECTION 4. That said signs are to be erected no earlier than November 13, 2015
and must be removed from the Parish’s right-of –way by no later than December
19, 2015.
SECTION 5. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Rev. George Mclean,
c/o, Hosanna Church, 2215 Barataria Blvd, Marrero, Louisiana 70072, to the
Department of Citizens’ Affairs; to the Health Department; to the Jefferson
Parish Fire Department; and to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125885
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 3 to the engineering agreement with

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Digital Engineering and Imaging, Inc. for Drainage Improvements to N. Sibley
Street at West Napoleon Avenue to establish a new contract termination date
at no additional cost and to add and approve CSRS, Inc. as a sub-consultant
to perform professional services. The total cost of the contract remains at
$295,384.00. (Council District No. 4)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and Digital Engineering & Imaging, Inc. dated January 6, 2012, authorized by
Resolution No. 118024, adopted December 7, 2011, as modified by Amendment
No. 1 dated February 15, 2013, and Amendment No. 2 dated October 9, 2014
to provide design services for Drainage Improvements to N. Sibley St. at W.
Napoleon Ave. (DPW No. 2011-054-DR); and
WHEREAS, the project is being designed and constructed in two phases; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Drainage has appropriated funding for
construction; and
WHEREAS, the plans and specifications are complete; and
WHEREAS, the engineering agreement will expire on January 6, 2016; and
WHEREAS, additional time is needed for the consultant to bid the project and
provide construction administration for both phases of construction, and it is
in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to extend the contract for a period of one
year; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional service
provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of subcontractors
involved in each contract; and
WHEREAS, CSRS, Inc. will be added to the previously submitted list of
subcontractors, as a sub-consultant to perform professional services.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 3 to the engineering agreement with Digital Engineering and Imaging, Inc.
for Drainage Improvements to N. Sibley Street at West Napoleon Avenue to
establish a new termination date of January 6, 2017.
SECTION 2. That the total cost of the contract remains at $295,384.00.
SECTION 3. That the cost of these services shall continue to be charged to
Account Number 45210-4037-7451(52110.038), Contract No. 55-00012387.
SECTION 4. That CSRS, Inc. be added to the list of approved subcontractors as
a sub-consultant to perform professional services.
SECTION 5. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125886
A resolution ratifying the attached contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
Blue Williams, LLP to provide legal services in the field of labor and employment
law, specifically to provide guidance on the Employment Retirement Income
Security Act “ERISA”. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124267 adopted on January 28, 2015
and Resolution No. 125484 adopted on August 26, 2015, a pre-approved list
of persons or firms for miscellaneous legal services for Jefferson Parish was
established; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee met on October 5,
2015 to discuss the selection of counsel in the field of labor and employment
law, specifically to provide guidance on the Employment Retirement Income
Security Act “ERISA”; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee selected Blue Williams,
LLP to perform the legal services.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the attached contract between
the Parish of Jefferson and Blue Williams, LLP, to provide legal services in
the field of labor and employment law, specifically to provide guidance on the
Employment Retirement Income Security Act “ERISA”.
SECTION 2. The term of this agreement shall commence upon date of selection
of firm, October 5, 2015.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 96010-9600-7321.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125888
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
the Parish of Jefferson and The Metairie Business Development District (“the
MBDD”) to undertake economic development activities as described in La. R.S.
33:1420.19 and specifically to promote, encourage, and participate in projects or
plans to stimulate the economy through commerce, industry, and research and
for the utilization and development of natural, physical, and human resources in
the Fat City/Metairie Business Development District Area. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH 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
WHEREAS, the MBDD is a constitutionally and statutorily-created political
subdivision of the State of Louisiana created pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1420.19,
with the constitutional and statutory authority to contract, including entering
into intergovernmental agreements; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH is authorized by Art. I, Section 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to promote the happiness and general welfare of the people; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to revitalize the Fat City/Metairie
Business Development District area by providing the proceeds of the Metairie
Central Business District Trust Fund No. 1 to the MBDD whose purpose is to
promote, encourage, and participate in infrastructure improvements to projects
or plans to stimulate the economy through commerce, industry, and research and
for the utilization and development of natural, physical, and human resources of
the area; and
WHEREAS, PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value of a
revitalized area of the Parish, specifically an enhanced quality of life, increased
tax base, and infrastructure improvements in the Fat City area; 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
entities 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 the Parish
of Jefferson and The Metairie Business Development District to undertake
economic development activities as described in La. R.S. 33:1420.19 is hereby
ratified.
SECTION 2. The term of this agreement shall commence upon date of execution
and end on midnight of December 31, 2017.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged
to the Metairie Central Business District Trust Fund No. 1, Account No.
XXXXXXXXXXX.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125889
A resolution authorizing the Jefferson Parish Council to adopt the
Multijurisdictional Program for Public Information Plan prepared by members
of the Community Rating System User Group Jefferson United Mitigation
Professionals (JUMP). (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, unincorporated Jefferson Parish is a participant in the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Flood Insurance Program’s
(NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS); and

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WHEREAS, FEMA provides flood insurance discounts to communities that
participate in the CRS based on floodplain management activities further, the
adoption of a Program for Public Information (PPI) can improve Jefferson
Parish’s CRS rating through coordinated outreach around flood awareness,
mitigation, and safety; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation
Department with Jefferson Parish Incorporated Municipalities (City of Gretna,
City of Harahan, City of Kenner, City of Westwego, Town of Jean Lafitte) have
prepared a Multijurisdictional PPI Plan in coordination with participants of the
real estate, banking, insurance and other private sectors, thereby making them
members of the PPI committee; and
WHEREAS, the Multijurisdictional PPI identifies specific target audiences,
existing outreach projects, outreach messages, delivery mechanisms, and
desired outcomes; and
WHEREAS, the National Flood Insurance Program Insurance Services Office
has reviewed and approved the PPI; and
WHEREAS, the PPI Plan will be evaluated and updated by the committee
annually; and
WHEREAS, adoption by the Jefferson Parish Council demonstrates commitment
to sound floodplain management activities and to achieving the goals of the
outreach projects outlined in the Multijurisdictional PPI.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. Adopts the Jefferson United Mitigation Professional’s Program for
Public Information, as approved by Insurance Services Office (ISO), is hereby
granted.
SECTION 2. The Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his absence, the
Vice Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign and approve any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 125874
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid from W.J. Bloecher Co.,
LLC under Proposal No. 50-114175 for a two (2) year contract for Street Light
Maintenance, Repair, and Improvements for the Department of Public Works,
Street Lighting Division, with total expenditures not to exceed $6,000,000.00
for the two (2) year period, and compensation shall not exceed this amount by
a factor of more than 10% without an amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, W.J. Bloecher Co., LLC submitted the lowest responsible bid under
Proposal No. 50-114175 for a two (2) year contract for Street Light Maintenance,
Repair, and Improvements for the Department of Public Works, Street Lighting
Division; and
WHEREAS, expenditures under the previous two (2) year contract No. 55-13918
(10/21/13-10/20/15) with W.J. Bloecher Co., LLC were $4,825,264.60 (thru
10/09/15).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid received from W.J. Bloecher Co.,
LLC under Proposal No. 50-114175 for a two (2) year contract for Street Light
Maintenance, Repair, and Improvements for the Department of Public Works,
Street Lighting Division 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 expenditures are to be charged to Consolidated Road Lighting
Account Number 22240-3110-7433.8 or to the appropriate account of the user
department.
SECTION 4. That the cumulative total of expenditures under Proposal No. 50114175 shall be limited to $6,000,000.00 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 5. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125875
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Crescent Ford Truck Sales,
Inc., under Proposal No. 50-114087, in the base bid amount of $79,657.00 for
one (1) body swap from E-450 to F-650 cab and chassis for Unit #7600 for the
Department of Public Works-Investigation and Rehab Section. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, this cab and chassis will be used to replace current chassis on Unit
#7600 which exceeds allowable weight limit, and
WHEREAS, Crescent Ford Truck Sales, Inc. submitted the lowest responsible
bid under Proposal No. 50-114087 at the total cost of $79,657.00.
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 Crescent Ford Truck Sales, Inc.,
under Proposal No. 50-114087, for purchase of one (1) body swap from E-450
to F-650 cab and chassis for Unit #7600 for the Department of Public WorksInvestigation and Rehab Section, in the base bid amount of $79,657.00 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
direct to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Crescent
Ford Truck Sales, Inc.
SECTION 3. That the cost of these items be charged to the Department of Public
Works-Investigation and Rehab Section operating budget account No. 638303976-7750.
The foregoing resolution, having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125876
A resolution authorizing the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the
Jefferson Parish Council to sign the attached After-the-Fact Parish Infrastructure
and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to Application No.
PIER 2015-30 (P20150927) for T.T. Coatings, Inc. to remove and replace a 3-pile
mooring dolphin and to replace a single leg of another 3-pile mooring dolphin
at its facility located at 2012 River Road in unincorporated Jefferson Parish.
(Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the mooring dolphins are positioned at Mississippi River mile
marker 104 on the right descending bank, vicinity of second order levee station
543+00 at Nine Mile Point; and
WHEREAS, the mooring dolphins, which were recently knocked out, are
necessary to secure barges that are cleaned and/or repaired at the facility; and
WHEREAS, no coastal wetland impacts are anticipated from the project, as all
work will be performed in the Mississippi River using a barge mounted crane;
and
WHEREAS, no dredge or fill is required for access to sites; and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ Office of
Coastal Management has determined that the proposed activity has no direct
and significant impact on coastal waters and a Coastal Use Permit will not be
required; and
WHEREAS, T.T. Coatings, Inc. has submitted an application for a PIER
Certificate, along with an associated application fee, to the Jefferson Parish
Clerk of Council; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 39-10 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, the proposed project activity has been determined to be consistent
with the PIER Certificate requirements.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Chair or, in his absence, the Vice Chair of the Jefferson
Parish Council is hereby authorized to sign the attached After-the-Fact Parish
Infrastructure and Environmental Review (PIER) Certificate in regard to
Application No. PIER 2015-30 (P20150927) for T.T. Coatings, Inc. to remove and
replace a 3-pile mooring dolphin and also replace a single leg of another 3-pile
mooring dolphin at its facility located at 2012 River Road in unincorporated
Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to MCL/Environmental

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Engineering Solutions, LLC, Attn: Michael Mills, 232 Buras Street, Luling, LA
70070.
SECTION 3. That a copy of this resolution and the PIER Certificate authorized
herein be sent to T.T. Coatings, Inc., Attn: Matt Toepfer, 19368 Hwy. 36,
Covington, LA 70433.
SECTION 4. That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Jefferson Parish
Department of Environmental Affairs, Attn: Marnie Winter, 4901 Jefferson
Hwy., Suite E, Jefferson, LA 70121.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125887
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2, which amends the Engineering
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Design Engineering, Inc., dated
February 25, 2014, to provide professional services, as per the Evaluation Phase
of this project, to perform a comprehensive structural inspection, to perform a
load capacity rating analysis, and to prepare a formal report of the findings and
recommendations for the Causeway Boulevard Overpass of Airline Drive (all
existing bridge components north of the southern right-of-way line of Airline
Drive), Public Works Project No. 2013-011-RB, to increase the total contract fee
by $3,444,879.00, thereby increasing the total contract amount from $534,869.00
to $3,979,748.00, to establish a new contract termination date of February 25,
2018, to retain the firms of Modjeski and Masters, Inc., Urban Systems, Inc.,
BFM Corporation, L.L.C. and Professional Services Industries, Inc., and to
add the firm of IMC Consulting Engineers, Inc. as sub-consultants to provide
professional services during the Design and Construction Phases of the project.
(Council Districts 2, 5)
WHEREAS, there is an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson, hereinafter
called the “Owner”, and Design Engineering, Inc., hereinafter called the
“Engineer”, dated February 25, 2014, as authorized by Resolution No. 122214,
dated January 15, 2014, to provide professional services, as per the Evaluation
Phase of this project, to perform a comprehensive structural inspection, to
perform a load capacity rating analysis, and to prepare a formal report of the
findings and recommendations for the Rehabilitation of the Causeway Boulevard
Overpass of Airline Drive (all existing bridge components north of the southern
right-of-way line of Airline Drive); and
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 1, dated March 17, 2015, as authorized by
Resolution No. 124369, adopted on February 11, 2015, extended the Engineering
Agreement for one (1) year to allow for completion of the Load Capacity Rating
Analysis, for the completion of the Comprehensive Repair/Rehabilitation
Report, and for subsequent design of rehabilitation items; and
WHEREAS, the Evaluation Phase of this project was completed in July of 2015;
and
WHEREAS, based upon the results of the Evaluation Phase, the Jefferson Parish
Department of Engineering determined that it is in the best interest of the Owner
to progress to the Design and Construction Phases of the Rehabilitation of the
Causeway Boulevard Overpass of Airline Drive (all existing bridge components
north of the southern right-of-way line of Airline Drive) (hereinafter, Overall
Project); and
WHEREAS, the following fees have been negotiated and agreed upon by the
Department of Engineering and the Engineer for Engineering Services for
the design and construction of the Overall Project: Project No. 1 (Ramps 5 &
6) – $543,305 Lump Sum for Basic Engineering Services and $137,881 Notto-exceed for Supplemental Services (Topographic Survey - $33,000 Lump
Sum, Resident Inspection - $85,081 Not-to-exceed, Testing Services - $19,800
Not-to-exceed); Project No. 2 (Ramps 7 & 8) – $455,382 Lump Sum for Basic
Engineering Services and $137,881 Not-to-exceed for Supplemental Services
(Topographic Survey - $33,000 Lump Sum, Resident Inspection - $85,081 Notto-exceed, Testing Services - $19,800 Not-to-exceed); Project No. 3 (Ramps 1
& 4) – $455,382 Lump Sum for Basic Engineering Services and $137,881 Notto-exceed for Supplemental Services (Topographic Survey - $33,000 Lump
Sum, Resident Inspection - $85,081 Not-to-exceed, Testing Services - $19,800
Not-to-exceed); Project No. 4 (Traffic Circle) – $549,780 Lump Sum for Basic
Engineering Services and $177,241 Not-to-exceed for Supplemental Services
(Topographic Survey - $44,000 Lump Sum, Resident Inspection - $113,441 Notto-exceed, Testing Services - $19,800 Not-to-exceed); Project No. 5 (Overpass
of Traffic Circle) – $598,585 Lump Sum for Basic Engineering Services and
$251,561 Not-to-exceed for Supplemental Services (Topographic Survey $55,000 Lump Sum, Resident Inspection - $170,161 Not-to-exceed, Testing
Services - $26,400 Not-to-exceed); and
WHEREAS, partial funding for the Engineering Services for the design and
construction of the Overall Project is currently in place and it is in the best
interest of the Owner to proceed with Engineering Services commensurate with
available funding; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Engineering shall not provide
written authorization to Design Engineering, Inc. to perform any phase of Basic
Services or any Supplemental Service unless adequate funding is in place; and
Design Engineering, Inc. shall not perform any phase of Basic Services or any
Supplemental Service without the written authorization of the Jefferson Parish
Department of Engineering; and
WHEREAS, completion of the project is currently anticipated to occur in 2018,
while the Engineer’s contract expires on February 25, 2016; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Parish of Jefferson to extend the
engineering agreement for two (2) years from February 25, 2016, to February
25, 2018, to allow the ENGINEER to continue to provide services throughout
completion of this project; and
WHEREAS, Design Engineering, Inc. proposes to retain the firms of Modjeski
and Masters, Inc., Urban Systems, Inc., BFM Corporation, L.L.C. and
Professional Services Industries, Inc. as sub-consultants to provide professional
services during the Design and Construction Phases of the project; and
WHEREAS, Design Engineering, Inc. also proposes to add the firm of IMC
Consulting Engineers, Inc. as a sub-consultant to provide professional electrical
engineering services during the Design and Construction Phases of the project.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 2, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Design Engineering, Inc., dated February 25, 2014, to provide
professional services, as per the Evaluation Phase of this project, to perform a
comprehensive structural inspection, to perform a load capacity rating analysis,
and to prepare a formal report of the findings and recommendations for the
Causeway Boulevard Overpass of Airline Drive (all existing bridge components
north of the southern right-of-way line of Airline Drive), Public Works Project
No. 2013-011-RB, to increase the total contract fee by the Not-to-exceed amount
of $3,444,879.00 for design and construction engineering services, thereby
increasing the total contract amount from $534,869.00 to $3,979,748.00, to
establish a new contract termination date of February 25, 2018, to retain the
firms of Modjeski and Masters, Inc., Urban Systems, Inc., BFM Corporation,
L.L.C. and Professional Services Industries, Inc., and to add the firm of IMC
Consulting Engineers, Inc. as sub-consultants to provide professional electrical
engineering services during the Design and Construction Phases of the project.
SECTION 2. That the additional cost of $3,444,879.00 will be funded from
Account No. 44560-4008-7451(45638.026) as funding becomes available,
Contract No. 55-00014129.
SECTION 3. That the Jefferson Parish Department of Engineering shall not
provide written authorization to the ENGINEER to perform any phase of Basic
Services or any Supplemental Service unless adequate funding is in place;
and 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 4. That all other terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement,
dated February 25, 2014, and Resolution No.122214, except as specifically
modified by previous Amendment No. 1 and this Amendment No. 2, shall
remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125890
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
the Parish of Jefferson and the American Heart Association to provide for a
Heart Walk which is a healthy and fun family event that promotes physical
activity as a part of a heart-healthy lifestyle on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at
LaSalle Park. (Council District 2)

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WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish is authorized by Section 1.01(15) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement for the development and
administration of recreational facilities and programs.
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide a healthy and
recreational event for the people of Jefferson Parish by cooperating with
American Heart Association to host its Heart Walk; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving a health
centered recreational event which is at least equivalent to the use of recreational
facilities 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 the American Heart Association
in the implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. The attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and American Heart Association to provide a Heart Walk which
is a healthy and fun family event that promotes physical activity as a part of a
heart-healthy lifestyle on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at LaSalle Park is here
by ratified.
SECTION 2. That there is no direct cost associated with this agreement.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence upon November
7, 2015.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125892
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of JR’s Sports Bar, Karen’s Hot Shots Inc., should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, JR’s Sports Bar, owned by Karen’s Hot Shots Inc., located at 7001
Veterans Blvd., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on July 17, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office investigated
incidents involving an Aggravated Assault by Firearm and Disturbing the Peace
that occurred on the premises of JR’s Sports Bar; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-34, this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of JR’s Sports Bar, Karen’s Hot Shots Inc., should
be suspended or revoked for reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance
of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of
unlawful acts in the vicinity of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers in
order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of JR’s Sports
Bar, Karen’s Hot Shots Inc., located at 7001 Veterans Blvd., should be suspended
or revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Zahn , seconded by Mr. Roberts , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125893
A resolution selecting an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 124018 adopted on December 10, 2014 and as
supplemented by Resolution No. 125288 adopted on July 22, 2015, for routine
engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Streets Projects, which
services will be required to provide professional services for Enhancements to
West Metairie Avenue at David Drive (Council District No. 4).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 124018 adopted on December 10,
2014, as supplemented by Resolution No. 125288 adopted on July 22, 2015, preapproved lists of firms for routine engineering and supplemental services for
Streets Projects were established; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has identified a need to provide paving options for the
concrete medians, canal barriers, and other miscellaneous enhancements at the
intersection of West Metairie Avenue and David Drive; and
WHEREAS, the engineering fees associated with the enhancements will not
exceed $300,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select the firm of Pinnacle
Engineering, LLC. from the pre-approved list for routine engineering and
supplemental services for Streets Projects to provide Professional Services for
the enhancements.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby select the firm of Pinnacle
Engineering, LLC. to provide Professional Services for Enhancements to West
Metairie Avenue at David Drive.
SECTION 2. That in accordance with Ordinance No. 18571 adopted on August
5, 1992, the Administration shall negotiate a contract with the consultant
selected herein and said contract shall be submitted to the Council in complete
form, including all terms and conditions, for ratification by Council resolution
prior to execution of said contract.
SECTION 3. That no work associated with this project shall be authorized by
Jefferson Parish until a funding source is established.
SECTION 4. That when a funding source is established for financing all
necessary services associated with this project, proper account lines will be
established.
SECTION 5. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, be and is authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125894
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Applebees #8629, Southern River Restaurants
L.L.C., should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Applebees #8629, owned by Southern River Restaurants L.L.C.,
located at 3701 Veterans Memorial Blvd., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage
Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Applebees #8629; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Applebees #8629 should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,

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Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers in
order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Applebee’s
#8629, located at 3701 Veterans Memorial Blvd. should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125895
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Daiquiris & Creams, Daiquiris & Creams & Deli,
Inc. No. 3 should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Daiquiris & Creams, Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc. No. 3
located at 1701 Lake Ave. #D, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on August 31, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Daiquiris & Creams; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Daiquiris & Creams should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers in
order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Daiquiris &
Creams, located at 1701 Lake Ave. #D should be suspended or revoked pursuant
to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: ( 1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125896
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Sammy Discount Mart, Sammy Discount Mart
L.L.C. should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Sammy Discount Mart, Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C. located at
3016 Cleary Ave., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Sammy Discount Mart; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Sammy Discount Mart should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Sammy
Discount Mart, located at 3016 Cleary Ave. should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125897
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Shogun, Shogun Int’l Inc., should be suspended or
revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.,
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Shogun, owned by Shogun Int’l Inc., located at 2325 Veterans
Memorial Blvd., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on August 31, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Shogun; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Shogun should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Shogun,
located at 2325 Veterans Memorial Blvd. should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125898
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Young’s Fortune Restaurant, should be suspended
or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et
seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Young’s Fortune Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Ieong, located at
2916 Cleary Ave., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Young’s Fortune Restaurant; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Young’s Fortune Restaurant should be suspended or

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revoked for reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated
in Louisiana Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in
the vicinity of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Young’s
Fortune Restaurant, located at 2916 Cleary Ave. should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125899
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Metry Café, F & P Enterprises Inc., should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Metry Cafe, owned by F & P Enterprises Inc., located at 601
Metairie Road, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Metry Cafe; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Metry Cafe should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Metry
Cafe, located at 601 Metairie Road should be suspended or revoked pursuant to
the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125900
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Old Metairie Shell, Diaz III Inc., should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Old Metairie Shell, owned by Diaz III Inc., located at 1409 Metairie
Road, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Old Metairie Shell; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Old Metairie Shell should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers in
order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Old Metairie
Shell, located at 1409 Metairie Road should be suspended or revoked pursuant
to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125901
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Veterans Chevron should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Veterans Chevron, owned by Scott L. Hall, located at 4950
Veterans Memorial Blvd., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 14, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Veterans Chevron; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Veterans Chevron should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Veterans
Chevron, located at 4950 Veterans Memorial Blvd. should be suspended or
revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered
RESOLUTION NO. 125902
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Unagi Sushi, Unagi Sushi USA Inc., should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Unagi Sushi, owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., located at 2701
Airline Drive #A, was granted a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit on October
7, 2015; and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Unagi Sushi; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic

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Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Unagi Sushi should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers in
order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Unagi Sushi,
located at 2701 Airline Drive #A should be suspended or revoked pursuant to the
causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125903
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Bugsy’s Hideaway, Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar
Inc., should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Bugsy’s Hideaway, owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc.,
located at 3006 Cleary Ave., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Bugsy’s Hideaway; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Bugsy’s Hideaway, Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc. should
be suspended or revoked for reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance
of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of
unlawful acts in the vicinity of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Bugsy’s
Hideaway, Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc., located at 3006 Cleary Ave., should
be suspended or revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for
related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125904
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of The Harbor, Jasa Inc., should be suspended or
revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.,
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, The Harbor, owned by Jasa Inc., located at 3024 17th St. A & D,
holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on August 31, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of The Harbor; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of The Harbor, Jasa Inc. should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be
heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee
and set on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council
Chambers in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of The Harbor, Jasa Inc., located at 3024 17th St. A & D, should be suspended
or revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125905
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Breaux Mart, Breaux Mart Supermarkets, Inc.,
should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Breaux Mart, owned by Breaux Mart Supermarkets Inc., located at
9647 Jefferson Hwy., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 14, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Breaux Mart; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Breaux Mart should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Breaux
Mart located at 9647 Jefferson Hwy., should be suspended or revoked pursuant
to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125905
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Breaux Mart, Breaux Mart Supermarkets, Inc.,
should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Breaux Mart, owned by Breaux Mart Supermarkets Inc., located at
9647 Jefferson Hwy., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 14, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of

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age that occurred on the premises of Breaux Mart; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Breaux Mart should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Breaux
Mart located at 9647 Jefferson Hwy., should be suspended or revoked pursuant
to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125907
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Triangle West, Lillie Tiltovich Inc., should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Triangle West, owned by Lillie Tiltovich Inc., located at 10801
Jefferson Hwy., holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 14, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Triangle West; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Triangle West should be suspended or revoked for reasons to
include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the
licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Triangle
West located at 10801 Jefferson Hwy., should be suspended or revoked pursuant
to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125908
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Poppa’s Poor-Boys should be suspended or
revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.,
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Poppa’s Poor-Boys, owned Milton A. Joachim III, located at 720
Claiborne Drive, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Poppa’s Poor-Boys; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Poppa’s Poor-Boys should be suspended or revoked for
reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana
Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity
of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Poppa’s
Poor-Boys located at 720 Claiborne Drive, should be suspended or revoked
pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125909
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Nacho Mama’s, Nacho Mama’s Mexican Grill
L.L.C. should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 2)
WHEREAS, Nacho Mama’s, Nacho Mama’s Mexican Grill L.L.C. located at
1000 S Clearview Pkwy. #1016, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Nacho Mama’s; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Nacho Mama’s should be suspended or revoked for reasons
to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated in Louisiana Revised
Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in the vicinity of the licensed
premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-32 et
seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Nacho
Mama’s, located at 1000 S Clearview Pkwy. #1016 should be suspended or
revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125910
A resolution motioning for a hearing to be set and heard by the Jefferson Parish
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015
Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Shell Jefferson, 4501 Jefferson, LLC, should be
suspended or revoked pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
4-32 et seq., and to provide for related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Shell Jefferson, owned by 4501 Jefferson, LLC, located at 4501
Jefferson Highway, holds a 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and

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WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Shell Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34,
this is a motion to have a hearing set and heard by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic
Beverage Permit Review Committee to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit of Shell Jefferson, 4501 Jefferson, LLC should be suspended or
revoked for reasons to include, but not limited to, allowance of acts enumerated
in Louisiana Revised Statutes 26:90 and the commission of unlawful acts in
the vicinity of the licensed premises, in violation of Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Section 4-32 et seq.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That this resolution approves the motion for a hearing to be heard
by the Jefferson Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee and set
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the East Bank Council Chambers
in order to determine whether the 2015 Alcoholic Beverage Permit of Shell
Jefferson, 4501 Jefferson, LLC, located at 4501 Jefferson Highway, should
be suspended or revoked pursuant to the causes set herein, and to provide for
related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council notify the aforementioned permit
holder of this hearing and forward a copy of this resolution to the permit holder.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125911
A resolution supporting the Committee Resolution adopted by the Committee
on Environment and Public Works of the United States Senate adopted July 20,
2005, and supporting the Section 203 Integrated Feasibility Study and Draft
Environmental Assessment, Baptiste Collette Bayou Navigation Channel
Deepening, submitted to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works),
August 31, 2015; and otherwise to provide with respect thereto.
WHEREAS, the enlargement of the navigational channel in the Baptiste Colette
Bayou, which is under authority of the United States Army Corps of Engineers
is of National interest to promote and facilitate vessel navigation and commerce
to the Gulf of Mexico and adjoining States of the United States of America: and
WHEREAS, there has been a recent expansion of 2 million acres in the eastern
Gulf of Mexico made available for lease sales for the exploration and production
of natural resources to meet domestic and foreign demand; and
WHEREAS, the close proximity between Venice, Louisiana, and the recent
expansion of available acreage in the eastern Gulf of Mexico makes Venice the
most efficient, economical, and location of choice by future operators to establish
a shore base from which to provide support for this offshore development; and
WHEREAS, in order to accommodate the size and draft of marine vessels
required to facilitate this new field in the Gulf of Mexico, the operating depths
of certain channels must be increased and highway access must be provided; and
WHEREAS, the completion of this project will increase demand on the
industrial facilities, suppliers of associated products and services throughout
Louisiana and particularly upon occupants within Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the enlargement of the navigational channel is not only crucial for
the economic development of Southeast Louisiana which has been devastated by
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, but also for the benefit of the State of Louisiana
as well; and
WHEREAS, this Council would like to officially express its support of the
Committee Resolution adopted by the Committee on Environment and Public
Works of the United States Senate dated July 20, 2005 as well as the Section
203 Integrated Feasibility Study and Draft Environmental Assessment, Baptiste
Collette Bayou Navigation Channel Deepening, submitted to the Assistant
Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), August 31, 2015 and believes that providing
for a deep water access from Venice, Louisiana to the Gulf of Mexico is a project
beneficial for the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana and the United States
of America;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That it hereby officially supports the Committee Resolution
adopted by the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the United
States Senate dated July 20, 2005 and the Section 203 Integrated Feasibility
Study and Draft Environmental Assessment, Baptiste Collette Bayou
Navigation Channel Deepening dated August 31, 2015 for the enlargement of
the navigational channel Baptiste Collette Bayou to provide deep water access
from Venice, Louisiana to the Gulf of Mexico.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125912
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. 50-103973, Contract No. 55-12920 (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C. was awarded a contract dated September 7,
2012, to construct seven (7) new single-family homes on properties transferred
to Jefferson Parish by the Louisiana Land Trust, Contract No. 55-12920;
WHEREAS, the seven (7) single family homes are to be constructed at the
following locations:
(1) 1213 Airline Park Boulevard, Metairie, LA
(2) 809 Jade Avenue, Metairie, LA
(3) 712 Cumberland Street, Metairie, LA
(4) 1808 Minnesota Avenue, Kenner, LA
(5) 3408 Academy Drive, Metairie, LA
(6) 3105 Harding Road, Metairie, LA
(7) 3509 Bissonet Drive, Metairie, LA
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C. is in default under the provisions of the
Contract, specifically including, but not limited to Harris Builders, L.LC.’s
failure to comply with the Contract’s completion requirements and Jefferson
Parish’s demand for specific performance.
WHEREAS, Contract No. 55-12920 was scheduled for completion on or about
March 6, 2013.
WHEREAS, the Parish Attorney’s Office acting on behalf of the Department
of Community Development expressly advised Harris Builders, L.L.C. of its
violations by demand letter dated July 8, 2014. Subsequent meetings were held
on August 15, 2014 and February 27, 2015 in furtherance of Jefferson Parish’s
demand for specific performance. As of this date construction on the Contract
is not complete.
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C.’s delay in completion has resulted in
termite infestation, causing significant damage to existing structures, which
will require repair;
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C,’s delay in completion has prevented
Jefferson Parish from recouping funds from the sale of the properties;
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C.’s delay in completion has put Jefferson
Parish at risk of losing an interested buyer for one of the properties;
WHEREAS, Harris Builders, L.L.C. was notified by certified mail received on
August 5, 2015 of Jefferson Parish’s intent to introduce a resolution at its August
26, 2015 Council Meeting to declare Harris Builders, L.L.C., to be in default of
Contract No. 55-12920 (proposal no. 50-103973).
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has satisfied all notice requirements in accordance
with the Contract.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY the Jefferson Parish Council acting
as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Harris Builders, L.L.C. is declared to be in default of its
Contract dated September 7, 2012, to construct seven (7) new single-family
homes on properties transferred to Jefferson Parish by the Louisiana Land Trust,
Contract No. 55-12920; and
SECTION 2. That Jefferson Parish is hereby authorized to make a claim upon
the performance bond provided by Harris Builders, L.L.C. for the completion of
the project, damages, penalties, and all other relief to which it is entitled;
SECTION 3. That Jefferson Parish is entitled to seek all damages and penalties,
in accordance with the Contract and the applicable law;
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

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

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was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125913
A resolution ratifying an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Ronald
J. Gillen to sit as an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish for an amount
not to exceed $72,000.00. (Districts 1, 2, and 3)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 124969 adopted the 10th day of June,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to re-advertise
for Statements of Qualifications for an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125485 dated the 26th day of August,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council selected Ronald J. Gillen to sit as an ad hoc
hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication for two (2) years
to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication on the
West Bank of Jefferson Parish.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the attached Professional
Services Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Ronald J. Gillen to
sit as an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication
for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of Administrative
Adjudication on the West Bank of Jefferson Parish in an amount not to exceed
$72,000.00.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 10010-0111-7331.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on December 1,
2015.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125914
A resolution authorizing Amendment No. 9, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and All South
Consulting Engineers, LLC dated March 14, 2006, (Contract No. 55-7864), for
professional services relative to the Grand Isle Water System Evaluation and
Improvements for Jefferson Parish Waterworks Sites, to provide for a time
extension of one (1) year and establish a new contract termination date of March
14, 2017. This Amendment does not increase the total cost of the Agreement
which remains at $242,380.90. (Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and
All South Consulting Engineers, LLC, dated March 14, 2006, (Contract No. 557864), as authorized by Resolution No. 104945 dated February 22, 2006, and as
amended by Amendment No. 1 dated January 17, 2007, Amendment No. 2 dated
January 12, 2009, Amendment No. 3 dated November 18, 2009, Amendment
No. 4 dated September 30, 2010, Amendment No. 5 dated April 12, 2012,
Amendment No. 6 dated February 21, 2013, Amendment No. 7 dated December
30, 2013, and Amendment No. 8 dated January 22, 2015, to provide Professional
Services relative to the Grand Isle Water System Evaluation and Improvements
for Jefferson Parish Waterworks Sites; and,
WHEREAS, Amendment No. 1 modified the scope to include the update of the
billing database in Grand Isle; Amendments No. 2 and No. 3 each extended the
term of the Engineering Agreement for one (1) year – March 14, 2009 to March
14, 2010, and March 14, 2010 to March 14, 2011; Amendment No. 4 extended
the term of the Engineering Agreement for one (1) year – March 14, 2011 to
March 14, 2012, and increased resident inspection services $60,000.00 to allow
sufficient time for the Engineer to complete all work associated with close-out
of on-going construction at the Rosethorne Pump Station; and Amendments No.
5, No. 6, No. 7, and No. 8 each extended the term of the Engineering Agreement
for one (1) year – March 14, 2012 to March 14, 2013, March 14, 2013 to March
14, 2014, March 14, 2014 to March 14, 2015, and March 14, 2015 to March 14,
2016; and,
WHEREAS, considering the Engineer’s familiarity with the project, along with
previous work performed, it is in the best interest of the Parish to extend the term
of the Engineering Agreement for one (1) year – March 14, 2016 to March 14,
2017 – to allow sufficient time for the Engineer to complete all necessary work
associated with design and construction of improvements at the Lafitte Pump
Station – erosion control at the water’s edge of Bayou Rigolettes, land drainage
at the site, diesel fuel storage spill containment structure, and preparation of
permit requests submitted to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Louisiana
Departments of Natural Resources Coastal Management Division and State
Lands.
NOW, THERFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize the
execution of Amendment No. 9, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and All South Consulting Engineers,
LLC dated March 14, 2006, (Contract No. 55-7864), for professional services
relative to the Grand Isle Water System Evaluation and Improvements for
Jefferson Parish Waterworks Sites, to provide for a time extension of one (1)
year and establish a new contract termination date of March 14, 2017. This
Amendment does not increase the total cost of the Agreement which remains
at $242,380.90.
SECTION 2. That fee expenditures relative to engineering services required for
the project will be charged to Account No. 45400-4045-7451(54049.001).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve
all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this Agreement with All
South Consulting Engineers, LLC.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125915
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and BCG Engineering
and Consulting, Inc. dated March 3, 2015 for design of an emergency vessel boat
launch on the Mississippi River at the Gretna Ferry Landing to increase the total
value of the Agreement by $37,316.46 from a total contract cost of $276,739.70
to a total contract cost of $314,056.16 for additional Design Phase services and
to reallocate Not to Exceed limits for Supplemental Services (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and BCG Engineering and Consulting, Inc. dated March 3, 2015, as authorized
by Resolution No. 123732 dated October 22, 2014 and ratified by Resolution No.
124386 dated February 11, 2015, for professional services relative to the design
of an emergency vessel boat launch on the Mississippi River at the Gretna Ferry
Landing; and
WHEREAS, the scope of work includes the design and construction
administration of a new Mississippi River boat ramp, including modifications
for the existing Gretna Ferry Terminal to receive the ramp and all related
incidentals; and
WHEREAS; the Department of Capital Projects negotiated a Lump Sum fee
of $99,126.00 for Basic Services and a not to exceed fee of $177,613.70 for
Supplemental Services, for a total contract fee of $276,739.70; and
WHEREAS, additional design was necessary due to Department of Emergency
Management and Gretna Police Department requirements and to differing field
conditions, thereby increasing the fee for the Design Phase by $37,316.46; and
WHEREAS, additional coordination efforts were incurred during discussions
with the ferry landing stakeholders, DOTD, Transdev, City of Gretna, and
the Gretna Police Department, thereby increasing the not to exceed fee for
Coordination with Outside Agencies by $7,500.00 and
WHEREAS, it was determined throughout the environmental phase that NEPA
coordination would not be necessary for EHP approval by FEMA, thereby
decreasing the not to exceed fee for EHP Screening Form/NEPA Coordination
by $7,500.00.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 1, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with BCG Engineering
and Consulting, Inc. dated March 3, 2015 for design of an emergency vessel boat
launch on the Mississippi River at the Gretna Ferry Landing, to increase the total
value of the Agreement by $37,316.46 from a total contract cost of $276,739.70 to
a total contract cost of $314,056.16 for additional Design Phase services and to
reallocate Not to Exceed limits for Supplemental Services.
SECTION 2. That the cost of $314,056.16 will be charged as follows: $299,022.46

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to budget account number 21430-1255-295-7451(14325.001) and $15,033.70
to budget account number 21430-1255-295-7452(14325.001), Contract No. 5500014841.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement
dated March 3, 2015, 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, is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to
execute any and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this
resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125916
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Hartman Engineering, Inc. dated December 14,
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 1, Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project
No. D4506, to establish a new contract termination date of December 14, 2016;
the contract amount remains at $300,000.00, (Council District No. 1).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated December 14, 2012,
between Jefferson Parish and Hartman Engineering, Inc., as authorized
by Resolution No. 119902 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 1, SCIP Project No. D4506;
and
WHEREAS, this project is still in the evaluation phase; and
WHEREAS, the current engineering contract will expire December 14, 2015;
and
WHEREAS, a new contract termination date of December 14, 2016, must be
established in order that the engineers can complete all remaining professional
services associated with this project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 1, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Hartman Engineering, Inc.
dated December 14, 2012, for engineering services related to the engineering
services related to the evaluation and recommendation for the replacement
and/or repair of Price Brothers Sewer Force Mains located throughout Council
District 1 Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Project No. D4506, to
establish a new contract termination date of December 14, 2016; the contract
amount remains at $300,000.00.
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with the additional engineering services
are to be charged to Budget Account No. 44940-4023-7451 (49415.002).
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse , seconded by Mr. Johnston , the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125917
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 11, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Digital Engineering & Imaging, Inc. dated
December 9, 2004, to add fees for design services for street lighting, street
work, and the incorporation of landscaping for Drainage Improvements to
Terry Parkway from Carol Sue Avenue to Industry Canal, Public Works Project
No. 2004-001-DR. The total contract amount increases by $62,198.20 from
$1,310,365.74 to $1,372,563.94. (Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson
and Digital Engineering & Imaging, Inc. dated December 9, 2004, authorized
by Resolution No. 102290 dated November 17, 2004, to provide Professional
Engineering Services relative to the design of Terry Parkway Drainage
Improvements from Carol Sue Avenue to Industry Canal, as amended by
Amendment No. 1 through Amendment No. 10; and
WHEREAS, the project is being funded under the Capital Outlay Program
(FP&C), and as a result the construction has been divided into four phases which
would meet available funding; and
WHEREAS, the first, second, and third phase of the construction have been
completed; and
WHEREAS, the remaining FP&C funding exceeds the amount estimated to
complete the construction of Phase 4; and
WHEREAS, decorative street lighting has been installed in Phases 1 and 2; and
WHEREAS, the surplus FP&C funding shall be used to install decorative street
lighting in Phases 3 and 4, and to provide landscaping/hardscaping throughout
the entire project; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated a fee of
$29,680.20 for the design of decorative street lighting for Phases 3 and 4; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects has negotiated a fee of
$32,518.00 for modifications to the intersections at Hickory Street and at Laurel
Avenue, including the installation of a new U-Turn with a 125’ storage lane; and
WHEREAS, Digital Engineering will incorporate the landscaping/hardscaping
(designed by others) into the construction plans and specifications for Phase IV
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. 11, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Digital
Engineering & Imaging, Inc. dated December 9, 2004, for engineering services
necessary for the Design and Construction of Drainage Improvements to Terry
Parkway from Carol Sue Avenue to Industry Canal, Public Works Project
No. 2004-001-DR, to add supplemental services fees for the design of street
lighting ($29,680.20) and for road design work and incorporation of landscaping
($32,518.00) to the plans and specifications.
SECTION 2. That the total contract amount increases by $62,198.20 from
$1,310,365.74 to $1,372,563.94.
SECTION 3. That the cost of the added supplemental services fees shall be
charged to Account No. 45230-4039-7451(52354.011), Contract No. 55-7075.
SECTION 4. That all other terms and conditions of the engineering agreement
remain unchanged.
SECTION 5. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October , 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125918
A resolution ratifying an Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and
Charles V. Cusimano, II to sit as an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication for two (2) years to adjudicate cases referred to the
Bureau of Administrative Adjudication on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish for
an amount not to exceed $72,000.00 (Districts 2, 3,4, 5)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125107 adopted the 10th day of June,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized its Council Clerk to advertise
for Statements of Qualifications for an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of
Administrative Adjudication; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125486 dated the 26th day of August,
2015, the Jefferson Parish Council selected Charles V. Cusimano, II to sit as an
ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication for two (2)
years to adjudicate cases referred to the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication
on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the attached Professional
Services Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Charles V. Cusimano, II
to sit as an ad hoc hearing officer for the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication
for two (2) years beginning November 8, 2015 to adjudicate cases referred to the
Bureau of Administrative Adjudication on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish in
an amount not to exceed $72,000.00.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No 10010-0111-7331.

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SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125919
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 11, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with CB&I Coastal, Inc. dated August 9, 2007, for services related
to St. Peter’s Ditch/ Clearview Parkway Drainage Improvements, to add fees for
construction administration services, and to establish a new contract termination
date of February 9, 2018. The total contract value increases by $30,951.16 from
$3,406,911.68 to $3,437,862.84. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the Parish, pursuant to Resolution No. 108348, entered into
a contract with Shaw Coastal, Inc. dated August 9, 2007, as amended by
Amendment No. 1 through Amendment No. 10, to provide professional services
related to improvements to Clearview Drainage Pump Station and to St. Peter’s
Ditch between West Metairie Canal and the existing railroad tracks near Cross
Canal, including the replacement of two existing railroad crossings and a
crossing at Airline Drive; and
WHEREAS, the design of St. Peter’s Ditch / Clearview Parkway Drainage
Improvements is being executed by CB&I Coastal in four phases; and
WHEREAS, the construction of St. Peter’s Ditch Improvements design Phases I
and II (construction Phases 3A and 3B) is complete; and
WHEREAS, on March 11, 2011, FEMA approved Jefferson Parish’s application
for $20,000,000 in federal assistance under the Hazard Mitigation Grant
Program; and
WHEREAS, the $20,000,000 federal grant will be used to fully fund the
construction of Phases 3C and 4 and the associated engineering services (design
Phases III and IV) of St. Peter’s Ditch Drainage Improvements; and
WHEREAS, the construction of St. Peter’s Ditch Improvements - Phase 3C
(design Phase III) began in July 2015; and
WHEREAS, the construction of St. Peter’s Ditch Improvements - Phase 3B
lasted several months longer than anticipated; and
WHEREAS, the closeout and final change order negotiations related to St.
Peter’s Ditch Improvements - Phase 3B required more time than could have been
originally anticipated; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has negotiated a fee of $30,951.16 for the
additional construction administration, project closeout, and final change order
negotiations related to St. Peter’s Ditch Improvements - Phase 3B; and
WHEREAS, St. Peter’s Ditch Improvements – Phase 3A (Phase I design)
required additional time to close out the project with LADOTD; and
WHEREAS, there are a total of $3,763.85 in unused funds remaining in Phase
I supplemental services (Coordination w/Railroad) that can be used to pay the
costs associated with the LADOTD project close out; and
WHEREAS, the supplementary services fee for Phase I DOTD Coordination
will be increased by $2,855.00 and the Phase I not-to-exceed Resident inspection
fee shall be increased by $908.85 at no increase to the total maximum cumulative
contract fee; and
WHEREAS, the engineering agreement will expire on February 9, 2017; and
WHEREAS, additional time is needed for construction administration and
closeout of the remaining phases, and it is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish
to extend the contract for a period of one year.
NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby agreed between the parties hereto that the
Agreement of August 9, 2007 be amended as follows:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby ratify Amendment
No. 11, which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with CB&I Coastal,
Inc. (f/k/a Shaw Coastal, Inc.) dated August 9, 2007, for services related to
St. Peter’s Ditch/ Clearview Parkway Drainage Improvements, to add fees for
construction administration services related to Phase II Design, and to establish
a new contract termination date of February 9, 2018.
SECTION 2. That the total contract value increases by $30,951.16 from
$3,406,911.68 to $3,437,862.84.
SECTION 3. That the unused Phase I supplemental services funds totaling
$3,763.85 be reallocated to Phase I DOTD Coordination ($2,855.00) and to Phase
I Resident Inspection ($908.85) at no increase to the total contract value.
SECTION 4. That all work related to Phase I and Phase II shall continue to be
charged to Account No. 45170-4033-7451-51706-001; Contract No. 55-8893.
SECTION 5. That all work related to Phase III and Phase IV (except for resident
inspection) shall continue to be charged to Account No. 21410-1240-2817451(14136.002); Contract No. 55-8893.
SECTION 6. That all work related to Phase III and Phase IV Resident Inspection
services shall be charged to Account No. 21410-1240-281-7455(14136.002);
Contract No. 55-8893.
SECTION 7. That all other terms and conditions of the engineering agreement,
as amended, remain unchanged.
SECTION 8. 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 following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote hereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125920
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2, which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Barowka & Bonura Engineers & Consultants,
LLC (BBEC) dated November 26, 2012, to add additional engineering services
related to the replacement of existing Bar Screens and Sluice Gates at the Harvey
Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), thereby increasing the total contract fee
by $34,435.00 from $334,962.00 to $369,397.00, to establish a new contract
termination date of November 26, 2017, and to add Exceptional Inspections,
LLC as a subcontractor to this project; Sewerage Capital Improvement Program
Project No. D3121 (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement dated November 26, 2012
between Jefferson Parish and BBEC, as authorized by Resolution No. 119709
dated October 10, 2012; as amended by Amendment 1 authorized by Resolution
No 123566 dated September 17, 2014; and
WHEREAS, additional scope changes were made to this project during the
design phase; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects negotiated a lump sum fee
of $34,435.00 for the additional scope of work thereby increasing the contract
amount from $334,962.00 to $369,397.00; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 113116 requires that each prime professional service
provider submit to the Parish an affidavit containing a list of subcontractors
involved in each contract; and
WHEREAS, BBEC wishes to add Exceptional Inspections, LLC to their
previously submitted list of subcontractors, to perform resident inspection
services for this project; and
WHEREAS, the Agreement will expire on November 26, 2015; and
WHEREAS, this project is now under construction and a new contract
termination date of November 26, 2017 needs to be established so that the
engineers can complete all construction and project closeout services.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment No. 2, which
amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Barowka & Bonura Engineers
& Consultants, LLC dated November 26, 2012, and as amended by Amendment
No. 1 for the engineering services to replace the existing Bar Screens and Sluice
Gates at the Harvey Wastewater Treatment Plant, to provide professional and
supplemental services for additional scope of work, thereby increasing the
total contract fee by $34,435.00, to establish a new contract termination date of
November 26, 2017, and to add a subcontractor to the previously submitted list
of subcontractors.
SECTION 2. That the additional cost of $34,435.00 increases the value of
Engineering Agreement from $334,962.00 to $369,397.00.
SECTION 3. That the costs associated with the additional engineering services
are to be charged to Sewerage Capital Improvement Program Account No.
44940-4023-7451 (49420.017).
SECTION 4. That Exceptional Inspections, LLC be added to the previously
submitted list of subcontractors, to perform resident inspection services for this
project.
SECTION 5. That all other terms, provisions and conditions of the Agreement
dated November 26, 2012, and Amendment 1, except as specifically modified by
this Amendment No. 2 shall remain in full force and effect.
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

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as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125921
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Central Auction House, Ltd. (Contract No. RP-272) to provide
for real time online auctions of Parish’s surplus movable property. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Resolution 120786 adopted April 17, 2013 ratified the original
agreement with Central Auction House, Ltd to provide an e-procurement/
online bidding system which would to provide and implement a secure, state of
the art e-procurement solution to streamline and easily manage Parish’s bids,
commodity coded (NIGP 5 digit minimum) vendor registration, bid document
distribution, online auction and other benefits available with this technology;
and,
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123424, adopted August 27, 2014,
Parish and Firm entered into Amendment No. 1 to reflect a change in system
requirements, however maintaining a state of the art e-procurement solution
which is in compliance with state e-procurement regulations to streamline and
easily manage Parish’s bids and to amend the Original Agreement to clarify the
additional programming necessary to implement the New System; and
WHEREAS, Parish and Central Auction House, Ltd. wish to amend the
Agreement to include access to Central Auction House’s website for the purpose
of the Parish manually conducting real time forward online auctions of Parish’s
surplus movable property.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 2 between the Parish of Jefferson and
Central Auction House, Ltd. (Contract No. RP-272) to provide for real time
online auctions of Parish’s surplus movable property is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account No.10010-0081-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence the Vice-Chairman,
is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents required to give effect to this
resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125922
A resolution ratifying an Agreement with Cannon Cochran Management
Services Inc. (CCMSI) to provide Third Party Claims Administrator services of
administering General Liability, Professional Liability, Employment Practices
Liability, Public Officials and Employees Liability, Automobile Liability,
Workers’ Compensation, Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project
(SELA)/Property and other claims for Jefferson Parish’s self-insured program for
the Jefferson Parish Department of Risk Management for the period of January
1, 2016 through January 1, 2019 in an amount not to exceed $528,766.00 for years
2016 and 2017, and not to exceed $555,204.00 for the year 2018. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of September, 2015 by virtue of Resolution
Number 125670, the Jefferson Parish Council selected CCMSI to provide
Third Party Claims Administrator services of administering General Liability,
Professional Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Public Officials and
Employees Liability, Automobile Liability, Workers’ Compensation, Southeast
Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project (SELA)/Property and other claims for
Jefferson Parish’s self-insured program for the Jefferson Parish Department of
Risk Management for the period of January 1, 2016 through January 1, 2019 for
the Jefferson Parish Department of Risk Management.
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 terms of the Agreement with Cannon Cochran Management
Services Inc. to provide Third Party Claims Administrator services for the
Jefferson Parish Department of Risk Management with the effective date of
January 1, 2016 through January 1, 2019 in an amount not to exceed $528,766.00
for years 2016 and 2017, and not to exceed $555,204.00 for the year 2018 are
hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the cost of the services to be performed under the terms of the
agreement will be charged to Account Number 66760-5009-7341.6 (67696.004)
in the amount not to exceed $1,612,736.00 for the period of January 1, 2016
through January 1, 2019.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman is hereby
authorized, directed and empowered 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125923
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance and renunciation of 5’
water servitudes on Lot C-9-C-2, Elmwood-Lafreniere Plantation, and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, All State Financial Company is the owner of Lot C-9-C-2,
Elmwood-Lafreniere Plantation, 6601 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Metairie,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, said owner’s predecessor in title granted a 5’ water servitude to
Jefferson Parish at COB 980, folio 627, Entry #920836; and
WHEREAS, said owner wishes to have a portion of said servitude, shown in blue
and described as “Portion of Existing 5 FT Jefferson Parish Water Servitude to
be Renounced,” as drawn over a plan by Surveys Incorporated, dated March 5,
1980, relocated to accommodate renovations to said owner’s building; and
WHEREAS, in exchange, said owner will dedicate a new servitude, shown in red
and described as “Proposed Extension of 5 FT Jefferson Parish Water Servitude
Within Existing 10 FT. LP&L Servitude,” as drawn over said plan; and
WHEREAS, said owner and the Parish are agreeable to said renunciation of
servitude and dedication of new servitude.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of a 5’ water servitude on Lot C-9-C-2,
Elmwood-Lafreniere Plantation from All State Financial Company, shown in red
and described as “Proposed Extension of 5 FT Jefferson Parish Water Servitude
Within Existing 10 FT. LP&L Servitude,” as drawn over a plan by Surveys
Incorporated, dated March 5, 1980, in exchange for the Parish renouncing
that portion of a 5’ water servitude on said lot, shown in blue and described as
“Portion of Existing 5 FT Jefferson Parish Water Servitude to be Renounced,”
as drawn over said plan, is hereby authorized and ratified.
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 resolution.
The foregoing Resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125924
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the renunciation of a 50’ servitude for
canal maintenance on Lots 314A-2 and 314B-1, Square 314, Highway Park
Subdivision, and to provide for related matters. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, Li Lee Chen wife of/and Min-Tun Chen and Chin-Li Lee wife of/
and Chen-Horng Lee are the owners of Lots 314A-2 and 314B-1, Square 314,
Highway Park Subdivision, 2240 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, City of Kenner,
Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, said owners have requested that the Parish renounce a 50’ servitude
for canal maintenance, as shown on a survey by Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc.,
dated August 14, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the Parish is willing to renounce said servitude, because it is no
longer needed for any public purpose.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the renunciation of a 50’ servitude for canal maintenance on
Lots 314A-2 and 314B-1, Square 314, Highway Park Subdivision, 2240 Veterans
Memorial Boulevard, City of Kenner, Jefferson Parish, described as “EXISTING
50’ SERVITUDE TO JEFFERSON PARISH FOR CANAL MAINTENANCE,
COB 1056, FOLIO 437, TO BE RENOUNCED,” on a survey by Linfield, Hunter

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& Junius, Inc., dated August 14, 2015, is hereby authorized and ratified.
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 resolution.
The foregoing Resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This Resolution was declared adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125925
A resolution ratifying a Subaward Agreement with the University of New
Orleans Research and Technology Foundation under the Lake Pontchartrain
Basin Restoration Act of 2000 for the Rehabilitation of Lift Station D8-3
(Purdue & 37th Street) with federal funding of $36,000.00 and a Parish matching
amount of $39,000.00 for a total agreement cost of $75,000.00; Sewerage Capital
Improvement Program Project No. D5598 (Council District 4).
WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 14(c) of the Constitution of the State of
Louisiana states “For a public purpose, the state and its political subdivisions
or political corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other,
with the United States or its agencies or with any public or private association,
corporation or individual”; and
WHEREAS, THE University of New Orleans Research and Technology
Foundation (hereinafter referred to as “FOUNDATION”) is a state agency of
the State of Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, THE PARISH OF JEFFERSON (hereinafter referred to as
“PARISH”) is a local governmental subdivision of the State of Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, this agreement is considered a subaward to Assistance Agreement
No. BR-00F40501(FY11 Yr. 10) between the FOUNDATION and the U.S.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (hereinafter referred to as
“EPA”); and
WHEREAS, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation has identified sewer
system overflows as a major pollution to Lake Pontchartrain; and
WHEREAS, the objective of this project is for the Rehabilitation of Lift Station
D8-3 (Purdue & 37th Street); and
WHEREAS, the PARISH shall conduct for the FOUNDATION (Lake
Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Program) the services as outlined in Attachment
“A” (FY15 Work plan) of the subaward agreement between the PARISH and the
FOUNDATION and has facilities and staff available to conduct such services;
and
WHEREAS, the FOUNDATION is obligated to pay the PARISH $36,000.00 in
federal funds in consideration of services performed; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH is responsible for the matching amount of $39,000.00;
and
WHEREAS, payments under this Subaward Agreement with the FOUNDATION
are subject to the availability of funds to the FOUNDATION under its
cooperative agreement with EPA; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of the
PARISH and the FOUNDATION.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Subaward Agreement with the University of New Orleans
Research and Technology Foundation under the Lake Pontchartrain Basin
Restoration Act of 2000 for the Rehabilitation of Lift Station D8-3 (Purdue
& 37th Street) as detailed in Attachment “A” (FY15Work plan) at a cost of
$39,000.00 to the Parish be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the University of New Orleans Research and Technology
Foundation is obligated to pay Jefferson Parish $36,000.00 in federal funds in
consideration of services performed and Jefferson Parish is responsible for the
matching amount of $39,000.00 for a total agreement cost of $75,000.00.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this agreement that Jefferson Parish is responsible
for in the amount of $39,000.00, is to be charged to Account No. 44940-40237451 (49410.009).
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in his absence
the Vice Chairman, be authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125926
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the Lease Agreement between the
Parish of Jefferson and Dynamic Sams, LLC for the rental of Slip No. 24 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, Dynamic Sams, LLC contacted the Parish of Jefferson on
September 4, 2015, and requested to lease Slip 24 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
Dynamic Sams, LLC for the rental of Slip No. 24 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125927
A resolution authorizing and ratifying Amendment No. 1 to the Right-of-Way
lease agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Kostmayer Mortgage
Corporation to provide for the installation of a monument sign in the Parish
Right-of-Way and to provide for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 109958, dated the 9th day of April,
2008, the Jefferson Parish Council authorized and ratified the Right-ofWay Lease Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Kostmayer
Mortgage Corporation relative to and in compliance with the Jefferson Parish
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance for the Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone;
and
WHEREAS, the owner has contacted Jefferson Parish for the placement of a
monument sign in the right-of-way for its tenant, Byblos Market, all as shown on
a site plan and drawing by OPA Signs and Graphics; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to and in accordance with the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances, Sec. 32-5 the Land Use Review Technical Committee has reviewed
the request for the placement of said sign and has no objection; and
WHEREAS, all other terms and conditions of said lease shall remain unchanged.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 to the Right-of-Way Lease Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Kostmayer Mortgage Corporation, to
provide for the installation of a monument sign in the Parish Right-of-Way,
pursuant to and in compliance with Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Sec.
32-5, is hereby authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That all other terms and conditions of said lease shall remain
unchanged.
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015.

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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125928
A resolution ratifying the attached Intergovernmental Agreement with the
City of Gretna Police Department to assist them in providing payment for five
(5) License Plate Recognition Cameras to use for intelligence gathering and
information sharing between law enforcement agencies for suspicious activity
recognition and reaction. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals;
WHEREAS, the Parish and the City are authorized to enter into this agreement
pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality or political
subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof, to make agreements
between or among themselves for police, fire, and health protection;
WHEREAS, the Parish, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter, Section 1.01(5),
has the authority to provide law enforcement, police protection, and traffic
control services; develop and administer training, communications, records,
crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and related services for the
benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is to provide License Plate
Recognition Cameras to use for intelligence gathering and information sharing
between law enforcement agencies for suspicious activity recognition and
reaction services benefitting the residents of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the
benefit of a safer Parish through a better equipped police force at least equivalent
to the $65,538.00;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has been designated as the recipient of numerous
grants from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency
Preparedness (GOHSEP), or other state or federal agencies, part of the purpose
of which is to place equipment with various agencies located within Jefferson
Parish;
WHEREAS, the City has agreed to use the five (5) License Plate Recognition
Cameras in the use identified and approved by the Louisiana Governor’s Office
of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement
with the City to provide payment in the amount not to exceed Sixty Five
Thousand Five Hundred and Thirty Eight Dollars ($65,538.00) for the purchase
of five (5) to use for intelligence gathering and information sharing between law
enforcement agencies for suspicious activity recognition and reaction.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council acting
in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson Parish
and the City of Gretna Police Department for five (5) License Plate Recognition
Cameras for a cost not to exceed Sixty Five Thousand Five Hundred and Thirty
Eight Dollars ($65,538.00), is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the City of Gretna Police Department will maintain and
insure the five (5) License Plate Recognition Cameras costing $65,538.00 in
accordance with established Parish policies.
SECTION 3. That the Parish acknowledges and understands that each party shall
be responsible for its own acts and the City of Gretna Police Department is selfinsured to a maximum limit of $1,000,000.00 and agrees that such insurance and
indemnification is acceptable for all purposes under this Agreement.
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7513 (14320-004).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant.
SECTION 6. That the 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125929
A resolution ratifying the attached Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of
Gretna Police Department to assist them in providing payment for eighteen (18)
Closed Circuit Television Cameras and video recording server for monitoring
and providing surveillance of ingress and egress locations throughout the police
department headquarters. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson and the City of Gretna are authorized to
enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish,
municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof,
to make agreements between or among themselves for police, fire, and health
protection;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter,
Section 1.01(5), has the authority to provide law enforcement, police protection,
and traffic control services; develop and administer training, communications,
records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and related services for
the benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is to provide Closed Circuit
Television Cameras and video recording server for monitoring and providing
surveillance of ingress and egress locations throughout the police department
headquarter benefitting the residents of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the
benefit of a safer Parish through a better equipped police force at least equivalent
to the $46,457.62;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has been designated as the recipient of numerous
grants from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency
Preparedness (GOHSEP), or other state or federal agencies, part of the purpose
of which is to place equipment with various agencies located within Jefferson
Parish;
WHEREAS, the City of Gretna has agreed to use the eighteen (18) Closed
Circuit Television Cameras and video recording server in the use identified
and approved by the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and
Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson wishes to enter into an Intergovernmental
Agreement with the City of Gretna to provide payment in the amount not to
exceed $46,457.62 for the purchase of eighteen (18) Closed Circuit Television
Cameras and video recording server for monitoring and providing surveillance
of ingress and egress locations throughout the police department headquarters.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council acting
in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the City of Gretna Police Department for eighteen (18) Closed
Circuit Television Cameras and video recording server for a cost not to exceed
$46,457.62, is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the City of Gretna Police Department will maintain and
insure the eighteen (18) Closed Circuit Television Cameras and video recording
server costing $46,457.62 in accordance with established Parish policies.
SECTION 3. That Jefferson Parish acknowledges and understands that
each party shall be responsible for its own acts and the City of Gretna Police
Department is self-insured to a maximum limit of $1,000,000.00 and agrees that
such insurance and indemnification is acceptable for all purposes under this
Agreement.
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7748 (14320-004).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant.
SECTION 6. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOULTION NO. 125930
A resolution ratifying the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and the Down Syndrome Association of Greater New Orleans to
assist in the Buddy Walk event on October 31, 2015 through providing use of
equipment for no cost to the Parish. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides

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that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires, as authorized under the Jefferson
Parish Code of Charter §1.01(15) to assist the organization in the project
hereinafter described; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose is described as: promoting the health and
happiness of down syndrome citizens of Jefferson Parish through assisting in the
Buddy Walk event hosted by the Down Syndrome Association of Greater New
Orleans by providing specified equipment, furthering the recreational initiative
of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
a value from the increased awareness of the needs of citizens with down
syndrome and an increase in recreation and cultural programs, promoting the
general welfare and happiness of all citizens of Jefferson Parish, that is at least
equivalent to the use of specified equipment, the consideration described in this
Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, Parish desires to cooperate with the Organization in providing use
of the equipment 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 the Down Syndrome Association of Greater New Orleans to
assist in the Buddy Walk event on October 31, 2015 through providing use of
equipment for no cost to the Parish, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That there is no cost associated with this agreement.
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr.Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125931
A resolution authorizing the Department of Sewerage to pay an invoice from A
& H Armature Works, Inc. for repair of the No. 4 Effluent Motor for the Marrero
Wastewater Treatment Plant, at a total cost of $26,325.00. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, the repair of the No. 4 Effluent Motor was required to restore
effluent pumping capacity and prevent non-compliant by-passing of sewerage
into the nearby canal; and
WHEREAS, a repair estimate was obtained for repair of the motor, with the
assumption that the repair was covered under Contract No. 55-13453; and
WHEREAS, a portion of the work performed was not covered under Contract
No. 55-13453; and
WHEREAS, the Department was not informed that a portion of the work
performed on the motor was not covered under the contract until after the repair
had been completed; and
WHEREAS, an invoice totaling $26,325.00 has been received from A & H
Armature Works, Inc.
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 No. 8621, in the amount of $26,325.00 from A & H Armature
Works, Inc., for repair of the No. 4 Effluent Motor for the Marrero Wastewater
Treatment Plant.
SECTION 2. That the cost of said invoice be charged to Sewerage Capital
Improvements Program Account No. 44940-4023-7433.6(49403.001).
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125932
A resolution requesting the Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division to
install All-Way Stop signs at the intersection of Helis Drive and Live Oak Manor
Drive in Waggaman. (Council District 3).
WHEREAS, the Waggaman Civic Association requested the placement of
an all-way stop at the intersection of Helis Drive and Live Oak Manor Drive
because of numerous complaints of speeding cars and school buses entering and
exiting the subdivision and the Traffic Engineering Division has no objection to
the installation of this all-way stop.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL, the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Traffic Engineering Division is hereby
authorized and directed to install All-Way Stop signs at the intersection of Helis
Drive and Live Oak Manor Drive in Waggaman.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Traffic
Engineering Division.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125933
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and Henry Ford Middle School to facilitate the tours of regional colleges
and participation in the Disney Educational Program for a cost not to exceed
$5,000.00. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private 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 provide an operational
framework for improving student academic and behavior outcomes through
experiences; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value of
an increase in the overall academic achievement by youth of Jefferson Parish,
resulting in well-rounded, independent citizens of Jefferson Parish, that is least
equivalent to the $5,000.00 consideration described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, PARISH desires to cooperate with ORGANIZATION in order
to facilitate the tours of regional colleges and participation in the Disney
Educational Program for the Henry Ford Middle School; 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 Henry Ford Middle School to facilitate the tours of regional colleges
and participation in the Disney Educational Program for a cost not to exceed
$5,000.00 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 term of this agreement shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his absence
the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

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On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125934
A resolution adopting the Jefferson Parish Americans with Disabilities Act
Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way and authorizing Jefferson Parish
to make necessary revisions to the Jefferson Parish Master Bicycle Plan in
accordance with the ADA Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way, and to
provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Americans with Disabilities Act Transition
Plan for Public Rights-of-Way provides and ensures that facilities for pedestrian
circulation and use located in the Jefferson Parish public right-of-way are readily
accessible to and usable by pedestrians with disabilities in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the U.S. Access Board Public Right
of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG), as required by Title II of the ADA
(28 CFR Section 35.150 (d); and
WHEREAS, the PROWAG provides guidelines for identifying, assessing, and
addressing accessibility deficiencies in the public right-of-way; and
WHEREAS, as the entity responsible for authorizing the planning, design,
construction, operation and maintenance of public street rights-of-way and
related activities, Jefferson Parish is required to ensure that new pedestrian
facilities be accessible to people with disabilities in accordance with PROWAG;
and
WHEREAS, PROWAG applies to existing pedestrian facilities that are included
within the scope of an alteration undertaken at the discretion of Jefferson Parish
or other covered entities; and
WHEREAS, references to all types of non-motorized cycles and cycling in the
Jefferson Parish Bicycle Master Plan clarifies that addressing the interests and
needs of all cyclists, including cyclists with disabilities, is a goal of the plan;
and
WHEREAS, it is the intention of Jefferson Parish to adopt the Jefferson Parish
Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way, to
ensure that facilities for pedestrian circulation and use located in the Jefferson
Parish public right-of-way are readily accessible to and usable by pedestrians
with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
and the U.S. Access Board Public Right of Way Accessibility Guidelines
(PROWAG).
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 Americans with Disabilities Act
Transition Plan for Public Rights-of-Way, to ensure that facilities for pedestrian
circulation and use located in the Jefferson Parish public right-of-way are readily
accessible to and usable by pedestrians with disabilities in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the U.S. Access Board Public Right
of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG), is hereby adopted.
SECTION 2. That the Jefferson Parish Planning Department and Jefferson
Parish Engineering Department are hereby authorized to make any text or
graphic revisions to the goals, objectives and actions of the Jefferson Parish
Master Bicycle Plan, adopted by Ordinance No. 24734 on April 30, 2014,
necessary to clarify or address, where appropriate, the needs of cyclists riding
different types of non-motorized cycles and engaging in non-motorized cycling.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125935
A resolution authorizing the Director of the Department of
Fire Services to execute the attached personal service
contracts between the Parish of Jefferson and persons
selected by the Chiefs and Training Officers of the various
Jefferson Parish Fire Departments to provide training and
instructional classes to potential Jefferson Parish firefighters
for a total cap of all contracts to be $125,000.00 (Parish wide)
WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 19957 which became effective on March 8, 1997,
authorized Department directors to accept proposals and issue contracts to
persons interested in providing personal services to the Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Samuel “Sammy” Lazzara Fire Training
Center requires instructors who will provide training to potential Jefferson
Parish firefighters in the approved course of instruction; and
WHEREAS, individuals will be recommended to the Director of Fire Services
by The Chiefs and Training Officers of the various Jefferson Parish Fire
Departments, who will serve as instructors on an “as needed basis” at the
discretion of the Director of Fire Services and may serve as Lead Instructors
and be paid $21.00 per hour of instruction or as Assistant Instructors and be paid
$18.50 per hour of instruction or as Support Personnel and be paid $13.00 per
hour as determined by the Director of Fire Services; and
WHEREAS, the effective dates for the individual contracts will be from January
1, 2016 to December 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the maximum amount that any Instructor may be paid during the
one year term of his contract shall not exceed $40,000.00; and
WHEREAS, all contracts will be in the format of the attached contract; and
WHEREAS, the total expenditure for the year under these agreements shall not
exceed $125,000.00; and
WHEREAS, time and effort can be saved by the Jefferson Parish Council by
delegating the authority to the Director of Fire Services to execute and enter
into the Personal Service Contracts with the above named Instructors for the
Jefferson Parish Fire Training Center.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Director of the Department of Fire Services be and is
hereby authorized to execute the attached personal service contracts between
the Parish of Jefferson and persons selected by the Chiefs and Training Officers
of the various Jefferson Parish Fire Departments to provide training and
instructional classes to potential Jefferson Parish Firefighters for a total cap of
all contracts to be $125,000.00.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures for this project be charged to Account No.
10010-0130-137-7022, for Contract Personnel.
SECTION 3. That the Director of Fire Services 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr.Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125936
A resolution amending the account number in resolution numbers 124926 and
124927 that ratified a contracts with Burglass and Tankersley to (1) provide
legal services in the matter of Terence Broome v. United States Army Corp.
of Engineers, et al, USDC-EDLA, No. 14-02413 “J” and (2) to provide legal
services relative to Construction Law, FEMA, and/or SELA matters on an as
needed basis. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee selected Burglass and
Tankersley, LLC, to perform legal services in both of the matters noted in the
caption; and
WHEREAS, in Terence Broome v. United States Army Corp. of Engineers, et
al, the account number must be amended as the issues are not SELA related; and
WHEREAS, the resolution ratifying the contract for Construction Law, FEMA,
and/or SELA matters on an as needed basis must be amended to add an additional
account number.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That Section 2 of resolution no. 124926 is hereby amended
as follows: That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Account 45270-4090-000 10010-0029-7321.
SECTION 2. That Section 2 of resolution no. 124927 is hereby amended
as follows: That all costs associated with this agreement shall be charged to
Accounts No. 10010-0029-7321, or 7331 or 7321 of the user department.
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 resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125937
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Newell Normand, in his Capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, to

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provide payment for personnel who attended the Active Shooter training at John
James Audubon Elementary. (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 and respective Agency are authorized to enter into this
agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality
or political subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof, to make
agreements between or among themselves for police, fire, and health protection;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
police protection, and traffic control services; develop and administer training,
communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide payment for
personnel who attended the Active Shooter Full Scale Exercise at John James
Audubon Elementary benefitting the residents of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
a benefit or value of a safer Parish through better trained public safety agency
personnel, which is at least equivalent to the $3,892.93 consideration provided
for in this Agreement;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has been designated as the recipient
of numerous grants from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and
Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), or other state or federal agencies, part of
the purpose of which is to place equipment with various agencies located within
Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the Agency used this training in the use identified and approved
by the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency
Preparedness (GOHSEP);
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation;
WHEREAS, the citizens of the Parish of Jefferson will benefit from the efforts
of these parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with the Sheriff of
Jefferson Parish in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
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 the Parish of
Jefferson and Newell Normand, in his Capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, to
provide payment for personnel who attended the Active Shooter training at John
James Audubon Elementary, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the term for this contract shall commence upon the date of
execution of the agreement.
SECTION 3. That maximum expenditures for this agreement shall not exceed
Three Thousand, Eight Hundred and Ninety-Two Dollars and Ninety-Three
Cents ($3,892.93).
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7235.2 (14320-004).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant.
SECTION 6. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125938
A resolution authorizing the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
his absence, the Vice-Chairman, to sign the License Agreement with Richards
Clearview, LLC to allow Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the Irish-Italian
parade to assemble in their parking lot for the 2016 parade season, and at no cost
to the Parish. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, The Department of Citizens’ Affairs, Office of Carnival and
Special Events has requested permission to use the parking lot of Richards
Clearview, LLC for Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the Irish-Italian parade
to assemble for the 2016 parade season: and
WHEREAS, Mr. Michael Saucier, Gulf States Real Estate Services LLC, as
agent of Richards Clearview LLC has requested that the Parish execute this
License Agreement; and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, and Louisiana acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the terms and conditions of the License Agreement with
Richards Clearview, LLC to allow Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the
Irish-Italian parade to assemble in their parking lot for the 2016 parade season
is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, is authorized to sign and approve the License
Agreement with Richards Clearview, LLC to allow Little Rascals, Carnival
krewes and the Irish-Italian parade to assemble in their parking lot for the 2016
parade season.
SECTION 3. That there is no cost associated with execution of this License
Agreement with Richards Clearview, LLC.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125939
A resolution ratifying the License Agreement with Sears, Roebuck and Company
to allow Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the Irish-Italian parade to assemble
in its parking lot for the 2016 parade season. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, The Department of Citizens’ Affairs, office of Carnival and
Special Events has requested permission to use the parking lot of Sears, Roebuck
and Company for Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the Irish-Italian parade to
assemble for the 2015 parade season: and
WHEREAS, Sears, Roebuck and Company has requested that the Parish execute
this License Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, and Louisiana acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the License Agreement with Sears, Roebuck and Company to
allow Little Rascals, Carnival krewes and the Irish-Italian parade to assemble in
their parking lot for the 2016 parade season is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, is authorized to sign and approve the License
Agreement with Sears, Roebuck and Company to allow Little Rascals, Carnival
krewes and the Irish-Italian parade to assemble in its parking lot for the 2016
parade season.
SECTION 3. That there is no cost associated with execution of this License
Agreement with Sears, Roebuck and Company.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125940
A resolution ratifying an Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court and the Parish of Jefferson to reimburse the
Court for the expenses to support and maintain the Family In Need of Services
(FINS) Program at a cost up to $125,000. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson and the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court
are authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which
permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any
combination thereof, to make agreements between or among themselves for
police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
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communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to assist in funding the FINS
Program to reduce recidivism rates for at risk juveniles. The Program serves
Jefferson Parish by defining self-destructive behaviors by at risk children and
conduct by other family members which contribute to the child’s harm and
which warrant court intervention in the family’s life so that appropriate services
to remedy the family’s dysfunction can be secured. The ultimate goal of the
program being to protect the integrity of the family by authorizing adjudication
and the imposition of a dispositional judgment requiring participation in a plan
of services only after all available voluntary alternatives have been exhausted;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving the
value from the reduction of juveniles in the Court system due to the diversion of
children into the FINS Program and a lower juvenile crime rate which is at least
equivalent to the One Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($125,000.00)
described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Family in Need of Services (“FINS”) Program was created
by legislation in 1991 as a response to the continuing lack of resources and
programs designed to prevent delinquency and child abuse and to strengthen
existing families; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court supports the majority of the
FINS program with Federal funds that have recently been significantly reduced;
and
WHEREAS, the Department of Juvenile Services desires to assist the Jefferson
Parish Juvenile Court in supporting and maintaining the FINS program; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson wishes to enter into an Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement with the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court for any necessary
expenses of the FINS program for a cost not to exceed One Hundred Twenty
Five Thousand Dollars ($125,000.00) from January 1, 2016 until December 31,
2016; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with the Jefferson Parish
Juvenile Court in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
NOW THEREFORE, Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court and Jefferson Parish for
the consideration and conditions hereafter set forth do hereby enter into this
agreement as follow:
SECTION 1. The Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson Parish
and the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court to reimburse the Court for the expenses
of supporting and maintaining the Family In Need of Services (FINS) Program
at a cost up to $125,000 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures dedicated to this venture by the Department
of Juvenile Services shall not exceed $125,000.00 for the term of the Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement from January 1, 2016 until December 31, 2016, and to be
charged to Budget Account No. 21700-2155-157-7331
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on January 1, 2016
and shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016 unless sooner terminated
as provided herein.
SECTION 4. That this resolution hereby authorizes the Chairman of the Jefferson
Parish Council or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman, to execute an Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement between the Jefferson Parish District Attorney and the
Parish of Jefferson; which agreement is attached hereto and made a part of this
resolution, and any other documents necessary to give full force and effect to
this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125941
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court and the Parish of Jefferson to continue an intake
screening process and admission policy to insure the availability of space in the
Parish’s juvenile detention center for serious, violent, and/or chronic offenders.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson and the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court
are authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which
permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any
combination thereof, to make agreements between or among themselves for
police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
police protection, and traffic control services; develop and administer training,
communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: enhancing public
safety and reducing incarceration costs through effective intake procedures; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
the benefit of enhanced public safety through effective intake procedures of
violent and non-violent juveniles that is at least equivalent to the $80,000.00 of
consideration provided for in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Pulitzer/Bogard studies have indicated that overcrowding in
detention facilities may be significantly decreased with no threat to public safety
by screening out the many low risk, non-violent, lesser offenders and detaining
only the high risk, violent and/or chronic offenders; and
WHEREAS, the development and maintenance of intake screening processes
and admission policies regarding moderate or low-risk non-violent juvenile
offenders has eased overcrowding and has maximized available space in the
Parish’s juvenile detention center for serious, violent and chronic offenders
posing a substantial risk and threat to public safety through; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson wishes to enter into an Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement with the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court to provide for the
services of a Detention Probation Officer at a cost not to exceed eighty thousand
dollars ($80,000.00) from January 1, 2016 until December 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with the Jefferson Parish
Juvenile Court in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
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 Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court to reimburse the Court for the
expenses to continue an intake screening process and admission policy to insure
the availability of space in the Parish’s juvenile detention center for serious,
violent, and/or chronic offenders, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures dedicated to this joint venture by the
Department of Juvenile Services shall not exceed $80,000.00, and be charged
to 21700-2152-7331.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on January 1, 2016
and shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016 unless sooner terminated as
provided in the Agreement.
SECTION 4. That this resolution hereby authorizes the Chairman of the
Jefferson Parish Council or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman, to execute the
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court
and the Parish of Jefferson; which agreement is attached hereto and made a part
of this resolution and any other documents necessary to give full force and effect
to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 125942
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Newell Normand in his capacity as Sheriff of the Parish of
Jefferson for the Parish to continue and further develop the intensive probation
programs utilizing both probation officers and sheriff’s deputies to more fully
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not to exceed $215,000.00, for the Department of Juvenile Services. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson and the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish are
authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which
permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any
combination thereof, to make agreements between or among themselves for
police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, La. Rev. Stat. 33:4890 provides that “the delegation of police
power to all incorporated municipalities and parishes… home rule plans of
government, or any other authority or grant of police power and the concurrent
exercise there is confirmed”; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
police protection, and traffic control services; develop and administer training,
communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the parish; and
WHEREAS, the prior program and agreements have been successful in utilizing
both probation officers and sheriff’s deputies to intensify the monitoring and
supervision of at risk juveniles probationers; and
WHEREAS, intensified monitoring and supervision benefits the residents of
Jefferson Parish by holding probationers accountable for their transgressions
and increases the level of public safety; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: The project
endeavors the continuation and further development of the Intensive Probation
Program using both probation officers and sheriff’s deputies to more fully
intensify the monitoring and supervision of at risk probationers in order to (1)
hold adjudicated youth accountable for their transgressions, and (2) increase
the level of public safety; thereby supporting the juvenile justice system in the
Parish of Jefferson, and increasing the quality of life for Parish residents; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
additional personnel and support of the juvenile justice system that is at least
equivalent to the financial consideration described in this agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson wishes to enter into a Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement with the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish for a cost not to exceed Two
Hundred and Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($215,000.00) from January 1, 2016 until
December 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with the Sheriff of
Jefferson Parish in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Newell Normand in his capacity as Sheriff of the Parish of
Jefferson for the Parish to continue and further develop intensive probation
programs utilizing both probation officers and sheriff’s deputies to more fully
intensify the monitoring and supervision of at risk juvenile probationers at a
cost not to exceed $215,000.00, for the Department of Juvenile Services, be and
is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures dedicated to this initiative by the Department
of Juvenile Services shall not exceed $215,000.00 per each year of the contract,
and be charged to budget account No. 21700-2152-7022.
SECTION 3. That the term of this Agreement shall commence on January 1, 2016
and shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016 unless sooner terminated
as provided herein.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents required to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution, having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows.
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125943
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Newell
D. Normand, In his capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, and the Parish of
Jefferson to continue and support the Juvenile Assessment Center at a cost not to
exceed $260,000.00 per year. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavors with each other, with the United States or its agencies, or
with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(B) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that public funds may be used for programs of social welfare for the aid and
support of the citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson and the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish are
authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which
permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any
combination thereof, to make agreements between or among themselves for
police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, La. Rev. Stat. 33:4890 provides that “the delegation of police
power to all incorporated municipalities and parishes… home rule plans of
government, or any other authority or grant of police power and the concurrent
exercise there is confirmed”; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is authorized by Section 1.01(5) of the
Jefferson Parish Charter to enter into this Agreement to provide law enforcement,
police protection, and traffic control services; develop and administer training,
communications, records, crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and
related services for the parish; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Justice Inter-Agency Task Force has
worked together to establish a Juvenile Assessment Center; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Department of Juvenile Services will
reimburse Newell D. Normand, in his capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish,
for the salaries and fringe benefits of the Correctional Officers assigned to the
Juvenile Assessment Center, not to exceed $260,000.00 per year; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to decrease the risk of overcrowding in the detention center with low and moderate risk offenders occupying
bed space needed for high-risk offenders that pose a threat to public safety; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
the value from the reduction of incarceration costs through effective intake
procedures which is at least equivalent to the Two Hundred and Sixty Thousand
Dollars ($260,000.00) described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to cooperate with the Sheriff of
Jefferson Parish in the implementation of the project as hereinafter provided.
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 Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Newell
D. Normand, in his capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, and the Parish of
Jefferson to continue and support the Juvenile Assessment Center at a cost not to
exceed $260,000.00 per year, is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures dedicated to this venture by the Department
of Juvenile Services shall not exceed $260,000.00 per year. The funding of the
expenditures up to but not exceeding the $260,000.00 contract amount shall
come from account 21700-2152-7331.
SECTION 3. The term of this Agreement shall commence on January 1, 2016
and shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016 unless sooner terminated as
provided in the Agreement.
SECTION 4. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125944
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson, Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, and Newell Normand in his

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capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish to provide Juvenile Court with court
criers (bailiffs) and related services at a cost not to exceed One Hundred Seventy
Thousand Dollars ($170,000.00). (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavor agreements 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 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
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish is a constitutionally and statutorilycreated political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional
and statutory authority to contract, including entering into cooperative endeavor
agreements; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court is a constitutionally and
statutorily-created political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the
constitutional and statutory authority to contract, including entering into
cooperative endeavor agreements; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court and the
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish are authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to
La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision
of the state, or any combination thereof, to make agreements between or among
themselves for police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
Code of Ordinances Section 1.01(5), has the authority to develop and administer
communications, records and related services for the Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose is described as: Ensuring that sessions of court
are opened and closed in a responsible manner, and that order and decorum in
the courtroom are maintained; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court has a reasonable expectation
of receiving enhanced benefit through the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish provided
officers who can fulfill the role of court crier (bailiff), attend all sessions of court
and, under the direction of a judge, shall open and close court at each session,
and maintain order and decorum in the courtroom for the Jefferson Parish
Juvenile Court; and shall perform such other duties as are assigned to him by
the law, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, or the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish,
which is at least equivalent to the one hundred seventy thousand ($170,000.00)
described in this Agreement.
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, and the
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish wish to enter into an Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
to provide the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court with court criers (bailiffs) and
related services for a cost not to exceed one hundred seventy thousand dollars
($170,000.00) from January 1, 2016 until December 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish has the ability to provide the
Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court with officers who can fulfill the role of court
crier (bailiff); and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court desires the Sheriff of Jefferson
Parish to provide officers who can fulfill the role of court crier (bailiff); and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish desires to assist the Jefferson
Parish Juvenile Court in providing officers who can fulfill the role of court crier
(bailiff); and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has the authority to reallocate funds
originally allocated to the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court; and
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 the Parish of
Jefferson, Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, and Newell Normand in his capacity
as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish to provide Juvenile Court with officers who can
fulfill the role of court crier (bailiff), at a cost not to exceed one hundred seventy
thousand dollars ($170,000.00), is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the term of this contract shall commence on January 1, 2016
and shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016, unless sooner terminated
as provided herein.
SECTION 3. That the Finance Department is hereby authorized to pay the
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish the costs associated with providing the Jefferson
Parish Juvenile Court with court criers (bailiffs), all costs associated with this
agreement shall be charged to the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court’s account, #
10010-0025-7621.1.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-chairman
be and is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents required to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125945
A resolution increasing the cap for Contract No 55-14828 with Metairie
Small Animal Hospital to Provide Emergency Veterinary Services for the
Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department from $110,000.00 to $160,000.00.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the current two-year contract ends March 2, 2017 and to date
$94,894.95 has been expended against this contract; and
WHEREAS, the cap increase is needed in order to continue to provide emergency
veterinary services to animals.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as the governing
authority of the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter:
SECTION 1. Authorizes and approves to increase the cap for Contract
No. 55-14828 with Metairie Small Animal Hospital to Provide Emergency
Veterinary Services for the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter from $110,000.00
to $160,000.00.
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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125946
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter to reduce adoption fees for cats and
dogs for various holiday adoption promotions during the months of October,
November and December, 2015. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter seeks to take advantage of pet
gift giving opportunities in the holiday spirit; and
WHEREAS, shelters across the country are overrun with adult cats and dogs
and finding homes for them is an ongoing challenge; and
WHEREAS, in an effort to increase adoptions, reduce housing costs and reduce
euthanasia, the Animal shelter desires to temporarily reduce its adoption fees for
the upcoming holiday season.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as the governing
authority of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the fee for the adoption of cats and dogs shall be temporarily
reduced for various holiday adoption promotions during the months of October,
November and December, 2015 to increase pet adoptions within the community.
SECTION 2. That the adoption fees as authorized in Section 1 herein shall
include spay/neuter surgery, microchipping, vaccinations and Rabies license.
SECTION 3. That all fees for adoption of animals shall revert back to the fees
as enumerated in Section 7-30 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances on
January 1, 2016.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125947
A resolution authorizing the Library Department for an expenditure for the
renewal of the OCLC subscription with Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
(OCLC) to download-pre-cataloged records to OCLC annually for three (3)
years with the 1st year renewal to cost $40,573.03, the 2nd year renewal cost
$42,742.99, and the 3rd year renewal cost $45,021.44 for a total three (3) year
expenditure not to exceed $128,337.46 for the Library Department. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the subscription with OCLC is used to download pre-cataloged

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records into the library’s online catalog: and
WHEREAS, the OCLC catalog is used by the library department to find and
request materials wanted by library patrons; and
WHEREAS, the Library Department must notify OCLC of their holdings so
other members can borrow from Jefferson Parish Library; and
WHEREAS, OCLC is the network which provides the access of OCLC; and
WHEREAS, the Library Department has been using this service with OCLC
since 1985; authorized by Resolution No. 53149, dated March 13, 1985 and
amended by Resolution No. 54255, dated August, 1985 to include a monthly
charge based on the number of downloaded pre-cataloged records and approved
by the Council annually during budget preparation; and
WHEREAS, the current renewal period expires on November 7, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the new renewal period would begin on November 8, 2015; and
WHEREAS, the 1st year of the renewal will cost $40,573.03, $42,742.99 for the
2nd year, and $45,021.44 for the 3rd year with a total cost of $128,337.46 for the
three (3) year renewal period; and
WHEREAS, the Library Department is in need of this service to continue the
automating of the library’s collection and for inter-library loans; and
WHEREAS, the Library Department has a Subscription Renewal Notice from
OCLC for the FY16 – FY18 OCLC Subscription Renewal and a sole source
letter, dated August 26, 2015, stating the libraries in Louisiana may only obtain
the OCLC Services (Cataloging, Access and WorldCat Resource Sharing) from
OCLC; and
WHEREAS, the cost of this subscription renewal is budgeted in the Library’s
Operating Account No. 21790-2452-7341.2 (Computer Services Contract).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to issue
payment/purchase order/contract to renew the OCLC Subscription with OCLC
in an amount not to exceed $128,337.46.
SECTION 2. That this resolution be in effect for three (3) years with a total
payment/purchase order/contract not to exceed $128,337.46 for the three (3) year
period.
SECTION 3. That the expenditure for the subscription renewal with OCLC will
be charged to the Library Department’s Operating Account No. 21790-24527341.2 (Computer Services Contract).
SECTION 4. That this contract will not exceed a maximum of $128,337.46 for the
three (3) years, without further approval by the Jefferson Parish Council in the
form of a resolution duly adopted. Compensation shall not exceed this amount
by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5: That the term of this contract shall commence on November 8,
2015.
SECTION 6. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairwoman, be and is hereby authorized to sign any and all
documents to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125948
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Jennifer E. Bruno, DVM for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a
total cost of $4,163.05 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the months of June and July, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Jennifer E. Bruno, 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 #001 in the amount of $4,163.05 to Jennifer E. Bruno, 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On the motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125949
A resolution authorizing expenditure not to exceed $54,415.00 for the TimesPicayune and New Orleans Advocate in microfilm and online format from
NewsBank, Inc. for the Library Department. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Times-Picayune and New Orleans Advocate in microfilm and
online format will be used by the patrons of the library; and
WHEREAS, this will allow patrons access to search for full text articles from
the Times-Picayune and the New Orleans Advocate; and
WHEREAS, the Library Department has sole source letters from the TimesPicayune, The Advocate and NewsBank, Inc. stating that NewsBank, Inc. is the
sole source due to proprietary interface, copyright or distributorship reasons.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to issue
a payment/purchase order to NewsBank, Inc for the purchase of the TimesPicayune and New Orleans Advocate in microfilm and online in an amount not
to exceed $54,415.00.
SECTION 2. That the expenditure for these services will be charged to the
Library Department’s Numbers:
1. 21790-2453-7521
2. 21790-2451-029-7233.1
3. 21790-2450-7518
4. 44780-4016- 7233.1 (47810-004)
5. And future accounts as assigned
SECTION 3. That the Chairman for the Jefferson Parish Council or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125950
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Nicholas Moraites, DVM for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a
total cost of $1,916.80 (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 month of September and part of October, 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 1,916.80 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125951
A resolution accepting a grant from the National Farm to School Network which
provides $5,000.00 to assist Jefferson Community Action Programs (JeffCAP)
Head Start Nutrition Services in advocating and networking for the Jefferson
Parish community to bring local food sourcing and local food education into the
Head Start program. (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 124948 adopted May 15, 2015 authorized Jefferson
Community Action Programs to submit applications for grants both renewing
and non-renewing: and

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WHEREAS, the National Farm to School Network sent out a funding
opportunity announcement for grant funding to assist school systems and Head
Start programs with $5,000 mini grants to support existing farm to school
activities or to jumpstart planning and implementation of first time farm to
school activities; and
WHEREAS, JeffCAP Head Start Nutrition Services applied for and received the
$5,000 mini grant from the National Farm to School Network; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council wishes to promote healthy eating
programs whenever possible.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish Louisiana acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby accept National
Farm to School Network $5,000 mini grant and authorizes JeffCAP Head Start
to perform any and all programmatic actions necessary to ensure that the grant
is utilized for its intended purpose within the JeffCAP Head Start program.
SECTION 2. That the expenses associated with this grant will be charged to
account 21610-1290-XXXX-16151-001.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or in his absence, the Vice-Chairman
be and is authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to give full
force and effect to this contract and subsequent amendments increasing award
amount.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125952
A resolution authorizing the Animal Shelter Department to pay an invoice from
Carolyn L. Rubin, DVM for Veterinarian Services at the Animal Shelter for a
total cost of $2,875.20 (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances, the Animal Shelter Department
did not have permanent veterinarians at the East or West Bank Animal Shelter
locations for the month of June, 2015; and
WHEREAS, Carolyn L. Rubin, 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 $2,875.20 to Carolyn L. Rubin, 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125953
A resolution ratifying the attached Intergovernmental Agreement with the
City of Kenner Police Department, City of Kenner, City of Harahan Police
Department, East Jefferson General Hospital, St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office,
and Louisiana State Police to assist them in providing payment for personnel
who attended the Active Shooter training at John James Audubon Elementary.
(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 and respective Agencies and City are authorized to
enter into this agreement pursuant to La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish,
municipality or political subdivision of the state, or any combination thereof,
to make agreements between or among themselves for police, fire, and health
protection;
WHEREAS, the Parish, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter, Section 1.01(5),
has the authority to provide law enforcement, police protection, and traffic
control services; develop and administer training, communications, records,
crime investigation, jail and stockade facilities, and related services for the
benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is to provide payment for
personnel who attended the Active Shooter Full Scale Exercise at John James
Audubon Elementary benefitting the residents of Jefferson Parish;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the
benefit of a safer Parish through better trained public safety agency, city, and
public school system personnel at least equivalent to the $22,365.25;
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has been designated as the recipient of numerous
grants from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency
Preparedness (GOHSEP), or other state or federal agencies, part of the purpose
of which is to train various agencies located within Jefferson Parish and
throughout the State of Louisiana;
WHEREAS, the Agencies and City used this training in the use identified
and approved by the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and
Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement
with the Agencies and City to provide payment in the amount not to exceed
$22,365.25 for personnel who attended the Active Shooter training at John
James Audubon Elementary.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council acting
in the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Intergovernmental Agreements between Jefferson Parish
and the City of Kenner Police Department, City of Kenner, City of Harahan
Police Department, East Jefferson General Hospital, St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s
Office, and Louisiana State Police for personnel who attended the Active Shooter
training at John James Audubon Elementary for a cost not to exceed $22,365.25,
is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The City of Kenner Police Department training cost of $16,585.93,
City of Kenner training cost of $1,069.09, City of Harahan Police Department
training cost of $1,254.15, East Jefferson General Hospital training cost of
$553.50, St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office training cost of $1,061.58, and
Louisiana State Police training cost of $1,841.00 will be reimbursed for this
training costing $22,365.25 in accordance with established Parish policies.
SECTION 3. Parish acknowledges and understands that each party shall be
responsible for its own acts and the City of Kenner Police Department, City of
Kenner, City of Harahan Police Department, East Jefferson General Hospital,
St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office, and Louisiana State Police are self-insured
to a maximum limit of $1,000,000.00 and agrees that such insurance and
indemnification is acceptable for all purposes under this Agreement.
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7235.2 (14320-004).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the Urban Area Security
Initiative (UASI) Grant.
SECTION 6. 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: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125954
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson, Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, and Newell Normand in his capacity
as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish to provide the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court
with process servers and related services at a cost not to exceed One Hundred
Seventy-Eight Thousand Dollars ($178,000.00). (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage in
cooperative endeavor agreements 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 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
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish is a constitutionally and statutorilycreated political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional
and statutory authority to contract, including entering into cooperative endeavor
agreements; and

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WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court is a constitutionally and
statutorily-created political subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the
constitutional and statutory authority to contract, including entering into
cooperative endeavor agreements; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court and the
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish are authorized to enter into this agreement pursuant to
La. R.S. 33:1324 which permits any parish, municipality or political subdivision
of the state, or any combination thereof, to make agreements between or among
themselves for police, fire and health protection; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson pursuant to Jefferson Parish, Louisiana,
Code of Ordinances Section 1.01(5), has the authority to develop and administer
communications, records and related services for the Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose is described as: Ensuring that parties to a legal
proceeding will receive legal service of process so people are aware of court
hearings in which they are required to attend; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
enhanced benefit through court cases being handled in a timely manner and
eliminate docketing backlogs which is at least equivalent to the one hundred
seventy eight thousand ($178,000.00) described in this Agreement.
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson, Jefferson Parish Juvenile , and the Sheriff
of Jefferson Parish wish to enter into an Cooperative Endeavor Agreement to
provide the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court with process servers and related
services for a cost not to exceed one hundred seventy eight thousand dollars
($178,000.00) from January 1, 2016 until December 31, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish has the ability to serve citations,
summons, subpoenas, notices and other process for Jefferson Parish Juvenile
Court; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court desires the Sheriff of Jefferson
Parish to serve all citations, summons, subpoenas, notices and other process for
the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish desires to assist the Jefferson Parish
Juvenile Court in serving all citations, summons, subpoenas, notices and other
process; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has the authority to reallocate funds
originally allocated to the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court; and
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 the Parish of
Jefferson, Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court, and Newell Normand in his capacity
as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish to provide the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court
with process servers and related services at a cost not to exceed One Hundred
Seventy-Eight Thousand Dollars ($178,000.00), is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The term of this contract shall commence on January 1, 2016 and
shall continue in effect until December 31, 2016, unless sooner terminated as
provided herein.
SECTION 3. That the Finance Department is hereby authorized to pay the
Sheriff of Jefferson Parish the costs associated with providing the Jefferson
Parish Juvenile Court with process servers, all costs associated with this
agreement shall be charged to the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court’s account,
#10010-0025-7331.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairman, or in his absence, the Vice-chairman
be and is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents required to give full
force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr.Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125955
A resolution authorizing a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Wood Materials, LLC to provide for a one (1) year, with an
option to renew for an additional year, no-cost Cooperative Program to recycle
organic waste collected from properties maintained by Jefferson Parish by
converting that waste into mulch and/or compost at the Wood Materials, LLC
facility located at 6148 River Road, Harahan, LA or at a west bank facility,
should one become available. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is pursuing available options to reduce its waste
stream by recycling and/or re-use of waste materials; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to implement this Cooperative Program
designed to recycle organic waste, such as tree branches, hedge trimmings, and
grass clippings produced on properties maintained by the Parish, such as Parish
right-of-ways, parks and playgrounds, by providing Wood Materials, LLC with
organic waste to be processed at their facility; and
WHEREAS, the organic waste will be converted into mulch and/or compost,
which will produce a beneficial end product and increase the amount of waste
diverted from the Jefferson Parish landfill, thereby continuing the Parish’s
commitment to protect the environment by removing recyclable components
from the waste stream; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Parkways and the Department of Recreation
have agreed to deliver organic waste to Wood Materials, LLC since it is
beneficial in saving the Parish landfill disposal fees, and depending on location,
saving time and money in materials transportation; and
WHEREAS, Wood Materials, LLC east bank facility is available to accept
organic waste from Parish properties, and should a west bank facility become
available, the option to deposit organic waste there will be extended to the
Parish; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving a benefit
from this Program and a benefit of Wood Materials’ donation of services which
consists of accepting the organic waste at their location(s) thereby saving
PARISH landfill disposal costs and over-head costs while incurring no cost for
this service, in exchange for the services rendered which is at least equivalent to
the consideration provided in this Agreement; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize a
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Wood
Materials, LLC, to provide for a one (1) year, with an option to renew for an
additional year, no-cost Cooperative Program to recycle organic waste collected
from properties maintained by Jefferson Parish by converting that waste into
mulch and/or compost at the Wood Materials, LLC facility located at 6148 River
Road, Harahan or at a west bank facility, should one become available.
SECTION 2. That both the Department of Parkways and the Department
of Recreation have agreed to deliver organic waste produced on properties
maintained by the Parish to Wood Materials, LLC.
SECTION 3. That there is no direct cost associated with this agreement.
SECTION 4. That the term of this contract shall commence upon the date of
execution of the Agreement.
SECTION 5. That the Chair of the Jefferson Parish Council or, in his absence,
the Vice Chair is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary
to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 125956
A resolution authorizing a settlement in the matter entitled Waste Management
of Louisiana, LLC v. The Parish of Jefferson through the Jefferson Parish
Council, USDC, ED-LA, Docket No.13-6764, Sec. “G”, Mag. 5, and to provide
for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a party in the matter entitled Waste
Management of Louisiana, LLC v. The Parish of Jefferson through the Jefferson
Parish Council, USDC, ED-LA, Docket No.13-6764, Sec. “G”, Mag. 5; and
WHEREAS, the Parish and Plaintiff have reached a tentative agreement on a
proposed settlement; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Council desires to settle this lawsuit 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 matter Waste Management of Louisiana, LLC v.
The Parish of Jefferson through the Jefferson Parish Council, USDC, ED-LA,
Docket No.13-6764, Sec. “G”, Mag. 5, 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:

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YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Lagasse, seconded by Mr. Johnston, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125957
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 2 to the contract with Clesi Burns, LLC
(Clesi Burns) to provide additional benefits consulting services for matters
pertaining to terminal issues concerning West Jest Jefferson Medical Center
employee’s benefits plans for a cost not to exceed $1,500.00 per month, and to
provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 117195, adopted on July 27, 2011, authorized the
administration to advertise for Statements of Qualifications from firms and/or
individuals qualified to provide benefits consulting services; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 117646, adopted on October 12, 2011, selected
Clesi Burns, LLC to provide benefit consulting services for Jefferson Parish,
Department of Human Resource Management; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 118274, adopted on January 25, 2012, ratified the
contract with Clesi Burns to provide benefits consulting services from January
1, 2012 to December 31, 2014;and
WHEREAS, the Insurance Advisory and Coordinating Committee met on
December 4, 2013, and recommends extending the contract with Clesi Burns at
the current rate for an additional three years.
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 122574, adopted March 19, 2014, ratified
Amendment No. 1 to extend the contract with Clesi Burns, LLC for three years
beginning January 1, 2015, and ending on December 31, 2017, at a cost not to
exceed $36,000 per year to provide benefits consulting services for Jefferson
Parish Government; and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the PARISH to amend the contract to
provide for additional benefits consulting services for matters pertaining to
terminal issues concerning West Jefferson Medical Center (hereinafter referred
to as “WJMC”) employee’s benefits plans at a cost not to exceed $1,500 per
month because the company has the expertise in handling these matters and
the company has provided satisfactory service to Jefferson Parish Government.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, that:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 2 to the contract with Clesi Burns, LLC
to provide additional benefits consulting services for matters pertaining to
terminal issues concerning West Jefferson Medical Center employee’s benefits
plans for a cost not to exceed $1,500 per month is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The total cost of services to be performed under the terms of the
contract shall not exceed $54,000.00 annually and will be charged to Account
No. 10010-0067-114-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairman or in his absence the Vice-Chairman is
hereby authorized to execute any and all agreements necessary to give full force
and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 21st day of October, 2015. 

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Mr. Spears, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 125958
A resolution authorizing Tiburon, Inc. to install Computer Aided Dispatch
(CAD) version 2.9 software and to upgrade current hardware which will allow a
virtual platform, three main stratus servers, running Windows 2012 both at site
1 (Primary) and 5 (our current backup) in a virtual environment. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the 911 Communication District operates on a Tiburon Computer
Aided Dispatch System; and
WHEREAS, the 911 Communication District is in need of an upgrade from
CAD version 2.7 to CAD version 2.9 which includes associated hardware to
make the upgrade; and
WHEREAS, Tiburon, Inc. has provided a sole source acknowledging that the
application and operation of the CAD system are proprietary to Tiburon, Inc.
and therefore the upgrade can only be provided by Tiburon, Inc.; and
WHEREAS, the cost of the upgrade will not exceed six hundred twenty five
thousand ninety three dollars ($625,093.00); and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Jefferson
Parish Communication District:
SECTION 1. That the 911 Communication District is hereby authorized to enter
an agreement with Tiburon, Inc. to install the CAD version 2.9 and the associated
hardware improvements and upgrades to the Computer Aided Dispatch System.
SECTION 2. The cost of the service shall not exceed six hundred twenty five
thousand ninety three dollars ($625,093.00) which will be paid by the 911
Communication District.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, is authorized to sign any and all documents to
enforce this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 21st day of October, 2015.   

BIDS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50- 00114815
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
December 1, 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:
EAST BANK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT RENOVATION AND
REHABILITATION OF THE OPERATIONS BUILDING, PHASE 2
JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT NO.
D5121
This project will be “Sales Tax Free” in accordance with LSA-R.S. 47:301(8) (c).
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, including all alternatives, and payable without condition to the owner.
If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through
the respective online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated
in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper
copies of any bid bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
As required by state and federal funding regulations of the Federal government
and State of Louisiana and bonding and insurance requirements.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Shread-Kuyrkendall and
Associates, Inc., 13000 Justice Avenue, Suite 16, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816,
(Phone # 225-296-1335, FAX 225-296-1338) by licensed contractors upon
receipt of $300.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of documents furnished bona
fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return of documents in good
condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing the
bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S. 38:2219
as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 17, 2015
at the Jefferson Parish East Bank Waste Water Treatment Plant Administration
Building, located at #2 Humane Way, Harahan, LA. 70123. All interested parties
are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28, 2015 and November 4 and 11,
2015
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net 

Advertisement for Bids

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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. 50-00114662 – ONE (1) YEAR CONTRACT (WITH
NO OPTION TO RENEW) FOR A SUPPLY OF TRAILERS FOR THE
JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF FLEET MANAGEMENT
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 21, & 28, 2015 

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114775
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:
IMPROVEMENTS TO SEWAGE LIFT STATION M-12-1A
(PATRIOT AND AVENUE B)
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NO. D2528
Construction of a new sewer lift station that includes, but is not limited to:
Removal of existing sewer lift station, construction of new wet well and valve
pit, pumps, piping, valves, controls, fencing and gate, concrete slab, aggregate
driveway, and miscellaneous utility and sitework.
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 Evans-Graves Engineers, Inc.,
One Galleria Boulevard, Suite 1520, Metairie, LA 70001 (PHONE 504-8368190, FAX 504-8365-8199) 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 Thursday, November 5, 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 21, 28 and November 4, 2015
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net 

Advertisement for Bids
SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and publicly
opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on Tuesday, 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 cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: 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,
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. 50-114767: Purchase of pumps for sewer lift station H6-7, F84,Q-10-2 and M-11-3.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department

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ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 21 and 28, 2015 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0341
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFP’S) 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 vendor’s 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
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
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. 50-00114700 – A ONE-TIME PURCHASE OF SOLAR
POWERED DRIVER FEEDBACK SIGNS FOR JEFFERSON PARISH
DEPARTMENT OF TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 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 Tuesday, December 1, 2015
in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114706 – REMOVE EXISTING DUCT WORK AND
FURNISH AND INSTALL NEW DUCT WORK FOR JEFFERSON PARISH
EAST BANK ANIMAL SHELTER.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE:
Friday, November 13, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.
Jefferson Parish East Bank Animal Shelter
#1 Humane Way
Harahan, LA 70123
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.

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Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28, 2015 and November 4, and 11,
2015 

Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 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,
November 19, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114807 – A TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR THE
SUPPLY OF SHIRTS AND CAPS, FOR THE EAST BANK AND WEST BANK
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION AND ALL JEFFERSON
PARISH AGENCIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28, 2015 and November 4, 2015

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BID PROPOSAL NO. 50 – 00114810
Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on Tuesday,
December 1, 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:
EASTBANK WWTP EPS IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NO. C-5120
Replacement of existing round rotor slip recovery drives and 250hp motors with
new VF Drives and 250 hp motors and other mechanical and electrical work as
shown in the plans and specifications.
This project will be “Sales Tax Free” in accordance with LSA-R.S. 47:301(8) (c).
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, including all alternatives, and payable without condition to the owner.
If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through
the respective online clearinghouse bond management system(s) as indicated
in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central Auction House. No scanned paper
copies of any bid bond will be accepted as part of the electronic bid submission.
As required by state and federal funding regulations of the Federal government
and State of Louisiana and bonding and insurance requirements.
The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from GreenPoint Engineering, 818
Howard Avenue, Suite 311, New Orleans, LA 70113 (Phone (504) 708-2020), by
licensed contractors upon receipt of $125.00 per set. Deposit on the first set of
documents furnished bona fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return
of documents in good condition no later than ten (10) days after receipts of bids.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond
guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract. Companies providing the
bonds shall comply with the requirements of LRS-R.S. 38:2218 and R.S. 38:2219
as applicable.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to reject all bids and to reject
bids for just cause, pursuant to the law.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 17, 2015
at the Jefferson Parish East Bank Waste Water Treatment Plant Administration
Building, located at #2 Humane Way, Harahan, LA 70123, All interested parties
are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28,2015 and November 4 and 11,
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 19, 2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Jefferson Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish
Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114841 – A TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR
VARIOUS SAFETY SUPPLIES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND
RECREATION AND ALL JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENTS AND
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 cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28, 2015 and November 4, 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 17,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114717 – THREE (3) YEAR SUPPLY OF HERBICIDES,
LABOR AND EQUIPMENT FOR SMOOTH AND ROUGH MEDIAN/
ROADSIDE HERBICIDES SPRAYING CONTRACT FOR THE JEFFERSON
PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, PARKWAYS.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE:
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
At 10:00 a.m.
General Government Building
Purchasing Department
200 Derbingy Street, Suite 4400
Gretna, LA 70053
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 21 and 28, 2015 and November 4,
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. 50-00114617 – TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT (WITH NO
OPTION TO RENEW) FOR VEHICLE BODIES AND ACCESSORIES FOR
THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF FLEET MANAGEMENT
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

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0342
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFP’S) 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 vendor’s 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 Tuesday, November 17,
2015 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00114845 – PURCHASE OF SAND AND ANTHRACITE
FILTER MEDIA FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS, EAST BANK WATER TREATMENT PLANT.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.
net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: October 28, 2015 and November 4, 2015 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0343
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPs) from qualified firms to provide a STATUS YOUTH ALTERNATIVE
PROGRAM for the Jefferson Parish Department Juvenile Services.
PROVIDE A STATUS YOUTH ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM TO DIVERT

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NON-DELINQUENT AT-RISK YOUTH FROM COURT PROCESSING AND
INTO EXPEDITED SERVICES THAT MORE APPROPRIATELY MEET
THEIR NEEDS.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendor’s 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, December 11, 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 28, 2015 and November 4 and 11,
2015   

HEARINGS

The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and / or
other interested parties of the following
properties that it will conduct an administrative hearing pursuant to R.S. 13:2575
and Jefferson Parish Ordinance NO. 23373, thereby
seeking to have the buildings at the following locations vacated, secured,
repaired, or demolished, as their conditions may warrant.
THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE HELD AS
FOLLOWS:
1:30 PM, Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Yenni Building
6th Floor, Room 606
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Jefferson, LA 70123
Property: Lot(s) 64, Sq 11 WILSHIRE HEIGHTS
901 SMITH DR in METAIRIE
Owner 1: GLORIA L. NEEB
901 SMITH AVE.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 2: DAVID L. NEEB
901 SMITH DR.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 3: GLORIA L NEEB
1300 NURSERY PL.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 4: DAVID L. NEEB
1300 NURSERY PL.
METAIRIE, LA 70005
Owner 18: GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 19: GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION
200 RENAISSANCE CENTER
MC 482 B09 C24
DETROIT, MI 78265
Owner 26: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD. STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 27: GLORIA NEEB
907 N 2ND ST.
HARRISBURG, PA 17102
Owner 28: DAVID NEEB
907 2ND ST.
HARRISBURG, PA 17102
Owner 29: GLORIA NEEB
3501 N. CAUSEWAY BLVD., STE. 520
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 30: DAVID NEEB
3501 N. CAUSEWAY BLVD., STE. 520
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 31: GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION
767 FIFTH AVE.
NEW YORK, NY 10153
Owner 32: GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION
RM 3044 W. GRAND BLVD.
MAIL CODE 482 103 311
DETROIT, MI 48202
Owner 33: Care of RADER JACKSON
1010 COMMON ST STE 1800
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 34: HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL NETWORK, INC
14850 QUORUM DR #500
DALLAS, TX 75254
Owner 35: HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL NETWORK, LLC
2711 CENTERVILLE RD., STE 400
WILMINGTON, DE 19808
Owner 36: HOMECOMING FINANCIAL NETWORK, INC.
8400 NORMANDALE LAKE BLVD.
BLOOMINGTON, MN 55437
Owner 37: Through its agent for service of process CORPORATION SERVICE
CO.

320 SOMERULOS ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
Owner 38: M & R FENCE COMPANY, LLC
2313 SALEM ST.
KENNER, LA 70062
Owner 39: Through its agent for service of process MICHAEL L PICKLE
2112 OAK TREE DR.
LAPLACE, LA 70068
Owner 40: GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC.
1100 VIRGINIA DR
P.O. BOX 2867
FORT WASHINGTON, PA 19034
Owner 41: GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC
8400 NORMANDALE LAKE BLVD
STE 350 MC: 01‑01‑01
BLOOMINGTON, MN 55437
Owner 42: Through its agent for service of process CORPORATION SERVICE
COMPANY
2711 CENTERVILLE RD., STE. 400
WILMINGTON, DE 19808
Owner 43: Through its agent for service of process CORPORATION SERVICE
CO.
320 SOMERULOS ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 708026129
Owner 44: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.
7360 SOUTH KYRENE ROAD ‑ T314
TEMPE, AZ 85283
Owner 45: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
1209 ORANGE ST.
WILMINGTON, DE 19801
Owner 46: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
1400 LANDMARK TOWERS
ST. PAUL, MN 55102
Owner 47: GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC
345 ST. PETER ST.
ST. PAUL, MN 55102
Owner 48: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., #400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 49: Attention: KAREN TREVATHAN

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8235 YMCA PLAZA DR., STE 400
BATON ROUGE, LA 70810
Property: Lot(s) 19, Sq C LABARRE PLACE
37 LABARRE PL in JEFFERSON
Owner 1: ROBERT J. MICHEL
37 LABARRE PL.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 2: J M GRAFFAGNINI
37 LABARRE PL
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 3: STATE OF LOUISIANA
150 THIRD ST #703
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 4: Attention: JAY DARDENNE
150 THIRD ST., #703
BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Owner 5: MARCUS NORMAN
35 LABARRE RD.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 6: RICARDO DIAZ
31 LABARRE RD.
JEFFESON, LA 70121
Property: Lot(s) 13, Sq 147A CLEARY
3401 VIRGINIA DR in METAIRIE
Owner 1: TRACEY E. D’ANTONI
38237 SUSAN CT.
GONZALES, LA 70737
Owner 2: TRACEY D’ ANTONI
3401 VIRGINIA DR.
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 3: TRACEY D’ANTON
4944 S. SHERWOOD FOREST BLDV.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70816
Owner 4: JAMES V. D’ ANTONI
3714 SIMONE GARDENS
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 5: MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ATTN: WANDA SMITH
2900 CLEARVIEW PARKWAY
METAIRIE, LA 70006
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(“ADA”), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its
services, programs or activities. If you require auxiliary
aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations under the ADA, submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72‑hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
mortgagees and / or interested parties for any of the
above listed properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
violation(s) at any of the above listed properties, please
contact the office at (504) 364‑3560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run October 21, 2015, and October 28, 2015
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT 

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, November 5, 2015
General Government Bldg.
2nd Floor, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Property: Lot(s) 8, Sq 7 FLORAL ACRES
17 DAFFODIL LN in WAGGAMAN
Owner 1: ALLEN M MATTHEWS
17 DAFFODIL LN.
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 2: ALLEN M MATTHEWS
405 W. GLADE RD.
COLLEYVILLE, TX 76034
Owner 4: HIBERNIA NATIONAL BANK
313 CARONDELET ST
N O, LA 70130
Owner 5: CAPITAL ONE N.A.
PO BOX 152403
STE 1400
IRVING, TX 750162403
Owner 6: Care of THOMAS LUTKEWITTE
515 POYDRAS ST, STE 1400
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70161
Owner 7: TERRY WALLACE
170 DUNN RD
HUNTINGDON, TN 38344
Owner 8: DONNA DURRETT WALLACE
170 DUNN RD
HUNTINGDON, TN 38344
Property: Lot(s) 87, Sq 17 LIVE OAK MANOR (WEST BANK)
13 DOLORES DR in WAGGAMAN
Owner 6: BANK OF AMERICA, N. A.
150 N COLLEGE ST. NC1‑028‑17‑06
CHARLOTTE, NC 28255
Owner 7: Care of CHARLES K. WATTS
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD
STE 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 8: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., STE 400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 9: BANK OF AMERICA, N. A.
13 DOLORES DR.
WAGGAMAN, LA 70094
Owner 10: Care of DANIEL A. REED
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD.
SUITE 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 11: BANK OF AMERICA
100 N TYRON ST
STE 170
CHARLOTTE, NC 28202
Property: Lot(s) 5 & 6, Sq 62 HARVEY CANAL
2033 ESTALOTE AVE in HARVEY
Owner 1: HERMAN LANGUAGE
2033 ESTALOTE AVE
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 2: DEOTHA JOSEPH LANGUAGE
2033 ESTALOTE AVE
HARVEY, LA 70058
Property: Lot(s) 162 163, Sq 00 ROBINSON AVENUE
905 ROBINSON AVE in MARRERO
Owner 1: DOROTHY KNAPPER JOHNSON
905‑907 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 2: DOROTHY KNAPPER JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 3: JEFFERSON PARISH
200 DERBIGNY ST., STE 1200
GRETNA, LA 70053
Owner 5: DONNA JOHNSON
905‑907 ROBINSON AVE
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 6: JESSIE JOHNSON JR
905‑907 ROBINSON AVE

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MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: MARY JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 8: BRIAN JOHNSON
909 ROBINSON AVE.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 9: BRIAN JOHNSON
2429 ALEX KORNMAN BLVD., APT. B
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 10: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC
1201 ST CHARLES AVE
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 12: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC
901 THE BLVD.
RAYNE, LA 70578
Owner 13: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
115 OLD MARKET ST.
ST. MARTINVILLE, LA 70582
Owner 14: Through its agent for service of process GIL G. PRIMEAUX
1513 SOUTHWOOD DR.
NEW IBERIA, LA 70560
Owner 15: Through its agent for service of process CALVIN DESHOTEL
221 WILLOW ST
FRANKLIN, LA 70538
Owner 18: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
6 EXECUTIVE PARK DR.
ATLANTA, GA 30329
Owner 19: ALL STATE CREDIT PLAN, INC.
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Owner 20: Through its agent for service of process CT CORPORATION
SYSTEM
5615 CORPORATE BLVD., #400B
BATON ROUGE, LA 70808
Owner 26: SUN FINANCE CO LLC
3525 NORTH CAUSEWAY BLVD
STE 900
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 27: Through its agent for service of process DAVID DAUBE
3525 N CAUSEWAY BLVD #900
METAIRIE, LA 70002
Owner 28: Through its agent for service of process CREDIT ACCEPTANCE
CORP
1108 MAISON BLANCHE
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112
Owner 29: CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP
25505 W TWELVE MILE RD #3000
SOUTHFIELD, MI 480348339
Owner 30: Through its agent for service of process THOMAS J TORANTO, JR
5019 PIETY DR
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70126
Owner 31: Through its agent for service of process CORPORATION SERVICE
COMPANY
320 SOMERULOS ST.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(“ADA”), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its
services, programs or activities. If you require auxiliary
aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations under the ADA, submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72‑hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
mortgagees and / or interested parties for any of the
above listed properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
violation(s) at any of the above listed properties, please
contact the office at (504) 364‑3560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
John F. Young, Jr. Tiffany Scot Wilken
PARISH PRESIDENT
Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run October 21, 2015, and October 28, 2015
BILL TO : DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Jefferson Parish BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS will hold its
regularly scheduled Public Hearing on Monday, November 2, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
in the West Bank Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the General Government
Building, 200 Derbigny St., Gretna, Louisiana.
Variances to be decided upon are listed below by Case Number, Appellant’s
Name, Job Site, Variance Requested, and Zoning Classification.
E-4960
A. J. & ELEANOR REBENNACK, 2201 Avenue B, Metairie, to permit 2 A/C
units in the required side yard creating insufficient side yard setback. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
E-4961
Nicholas Hughes for STEVEN VATH, 1525 Bullard Ave., Metairie, to permit
enclosing of carport for storage creating insufficient front yard setback for
parking. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
E-4962
Charles Silbernagel for RAITH CAPITAL PARTNERS, 2501 Metairie Lawn
Dr., Metairie, to permit conversion of 4,255 sq. ft. of offices in an existing
apartment complex to 7 additional apartments creating insufficient off-street
parking. R-3 Multiple-Family Residential District.
W-2103
MARIA ALVARENGA, 225 Brett Dr., Gretna, to permit conversion of garage
into living creating insufficient front yard setback for parking. R-1A SingleFamily Residential District.
W-2104
AGUSTIN LIRIANO, 2255 Rochelle Ave., Harvey, to permit Manufactured
home in an R-1A zoning district and in the required rear yard setback. R-1A
Single-Family Residential District.
W-2105
Wendy Wall for DON BARGE, 656 Berger Rd., Harvey, to permit 8’ high
chain link fence in the required front yard setback. R-2 Two-Family Residential
District.
W-2106
Wendy Wall for DON BARGE, 632 Berger Rd., Harvey, to permit 8’ high
chain link fence in the required front yard setback. R-2 Two-Family Residential
District.
W-2107
Wendy Wall for DON BARGE, 648 Berger Rd., Harvey, to permit 8’ high
chain link fence in the required front yard setback. R-2 Two-Family Residential
District.
W-2108
Wendy Wall for DON BARGE, 672 Berger Rd., Harvey, to permit 8’ high
chain link fence in the required front yard setback. R-2 Two-Family Residential
District.
NOTE: Cases to be heard at the Next regularly scheduled Public Hearing on
Monday, November 16, 2015 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday, October 26,
2015 at 10:00 a.m.
Grace Pope, Administrative Assistant
JACQUELYN R. MADDEN, CHAIRWOMAN
In accordance with provisions of the American with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008, as amended, Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services,
programs or activities.  If you require auxiliary aids or devices, or other
reasonable accommodation under the ADA Amendments Act, please submit
your request to the ADA Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance
or as soon as practical. A seventy-two (72) hour advanced notice is required to
request Certified ASL interpreters.
ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities 1221 Elmwood Park
Blvd., Suite 210, Jefferson, LA 70123
(504) 736-6086, ADA@jeffparish.net
This ad is to run in The New Orleans Advocate the Official Journal of Jefferson
Parish on October 21, 2015 and October 28, 2015.
BILL TO: BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENTS 

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, November 19, 2015, for the purpose of hearing

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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.
ZONING
E-24-15 Reclassification of Lot 1-A, Square 113, Harlem Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by Metairie Rd, Causeway Blvd, Derbigny St, and Estes
St; from C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District/CPZ, Commercial Parkway
Overlay Zone to C-2, General Commercial District/CPZ. (Council District 5)
SITE PLAN
CPZ-38-15 A request for variances to the parking and landscape and buffer
regulations of the CPZ, Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for Happy Paws
Pet Resort and Spa located at 3012 David Dr. on Lot 13, Square 1, Lelia Place
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA; bounded by Veterans Memorial Blvd., York
St., and the Soniat Canal; zoned C-1, Neighborhood Commercial District/CPZ.
(Council District 4)
Tommy Hebert
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 10/28/15, 11/4/15, and 11/11/15
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 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
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 Energy’s 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 

The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owner, agents, and mortgagees
and/or other interested parties of the following properties that it will conduct
administrative hearings pursuant to R.S. 13:2575 and Jefferson Parish
Ordinance No. 23373, thereby seeking to have the specific violation(s) of
Jefferson Parish Ordinance(s) at the following locations addressed, as conditions may warrant, and further to seek fines and hearing costs. If the
owner fails to perform remedial work as ordered therein, the Parish
of Jefferson will perform the work and a lien will be placed on the property
if the charges for the work are not paid. Thereafter, the charges will be placed
on the annual ad valorem tax bill and if they remain unpaid, the property
will be sold in accordance with the laws that govern the sales of tax
for adjudicated properties.
THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE
HELD AS FOLLOWS:
10:30 a.m., November 3, 2015
General Government Building
2nd floor, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street
Gretna, LA 70053
Property: 6201 4TH Street, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 1, Square C, Sec 00
Owner 1: TP Used Tire and Lawn Mower Repairs
6201 4th Street
Marrero, LA 70072
Owner 2: Phat Tan Tran
708 5th Avenue
Harvey, LA 70058
Owner 3: TP Used Tire and Lawn Mower Repairs
c/o Mr. David Van Nguyen
408 Pine Street
Marrero, LA 70072
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(“ADA”), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate against qualified individuals
with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities.
If you require auxillary aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations
under the ADA, submit your request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72 hour notice is needed to request
certified ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
Mortgagees and/or interested parties for any of the above listed
Properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
Violation at any of the above listed properties, please contact the office
of Environmental Affairs at (504) 731-4612, Monday through Friday,
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Marnie Winter, Director
Jefferson Parish Dept. of Environmental Affairs
4901 Jefferson Hwy., - Suite E
Jefferson, LA 70121   

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Following is the name and address of a property owner whom the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering has been unable to contact by certified letter,
who is in violation of Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, Roads and Bridges,
Article V. Construction of Sidewalks, and Article VI. Driveways, and must
install a new sidewalk and driveway apron or repair/replace an existing sidewalk
and driveway apron, as the case may be.
Section 29-151, Paragraph (C) requires that this notice be published three (3)
times within a thirty (30) day period in the official journal of Jefferson Parish
after which the property owner shall have thirty (30) days from date of last
publication to file objection or request an extension, in affidavit form, with
the Director of Engineering. If no response is received, the Department of
Engineering will have the work done and proceed thereafter in accordance with
the aforementioned Code of Ordinances.
Karen Calamia
1040 Martin Behrman Walk
Metairie, LA 70005

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RE: CANAL STREET SUBDIVISION
Lot 21-A Sq 50
1040 Martin Behrman Walk
Repair/replace Sidewalk, Driveway Apron 

JP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
1221 Elmwood Pk. Blvd
Ste. 303 – Yenni Bldg.
Jefferson, LA 70123
November 3, 2015 @ 2:30 p.m.
JP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
WDB QUARTERLY MEETING
La Maison Creole
1605 8th St., Harvey, LA. 70058
November 10, 2015 @ 8:00 a.m. 

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
ANIMAL CARE ATTENDANT I ($20,729/per year) - Applicants must be
minimum age of 18 years; PLUS, possess a high school diploma or equivalency
certificate.  For more information or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.
net/jppd.
GIS OPERATOR I ($25,631/per year) –  Position requires completion of high
school, trade school (not limited to short courses only) or possession of a GED;
plus at least one (1) year of automated or computer assisted drafting work
experience at the journeyman (or proficient) level. For more information or to
apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
HOSPITAL CLAIMS ADMINISTRATOR ($50,140/per year) – Position
requires possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or
university in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, or a closely related
field; PLUS, five (5) years of professional paid work experience in handling,
processing, and coordination of medical malpractice claims. Experience
must include investigation, review, and evaluation of insurance liability, risk
management, and loss control issues. SUBSTITUTIONS: A Juris Doctorate or
Master’s Degree in Business or Healthcare Administration in may substitute for
two years of the required work experience. For more information or to apply,
visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
STATIONARY ENGINEER I ($29,307/per year) – Requires six (6) months of
engine room experience as an apprentice operating engineer or higher level
position involving the operation and maintenance of boilers and refrigeration/air
conditioning equipment. OR Graduation from a recognized technical/vocational
school or community college with training in the operation and maintenance
of both boilers and commercial refrigeration/air conditioning equipment.
Preferred: Possession of a current Third Class (or higher) Steam Boilers and Air
Conditioning License (issued by the City of New Orleans). For more information
or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
STATIONARY ENGINEER II ($30,533/per year) – Position requires current
employment and permanent civil service status in the class of Stationary Engineer
I or Air Conditioning/Heating Mechanic. OR Possession of at least three (3)
years of experience in the operation, repair, and/or servicing of Commercial
HVAC systems and/or life safety equipment (emergency generators, fire alarm,
and suppression systems, etc.). Applicants must have possession of a Universal
CFC Technician Certification issued by the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA). PREFERRED: Current Third Class (or higher) Steam Boilers and Air
Conditioning License (issued by the City of New Orleans). For more information
or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
STATIONARY ENGINEER III ($34,209/per year) – Requires current
employment and permanent civil service status in the class of Stationary
Engineer II or Air Conditioning/Heating Mechanic; OR At least five (5) years
of supervisory engine room experience in the operation and maintenance of life
safety equipment, commercial HVAC equipment ranging from 1/2 ton to over 20
tons, domestic and comfort heating water boiler systems, and computer operated
HVAC control systems. Applicant must possess a Universal EPA certification.
For more information or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
TYPIST CLERK III ($23,180/per year) – Position requires possession of a
high school diploma or equivalent certificate; plus, must meet at least one of
the following three categories:  I. Permanent civil service status with Jefferson
Parish in the classification of Typist Clerk II.  OR  II. At least six (6) months
of work experience performing complex clerical duties, including at least one
(1) of the following duties:  (A) Using computer software programs to prepare
letters/correspondence, memoranda, spreadsheets, or informational reports;
(B) Maintaining the integrity of time and attendance records, equipment/
supply logs, payroll records, or other records pertinent to the functioning of
a workgroup/unit, office, or department; or (C) Coordinating one’s efforts
with various workgroups/units or departments to complete work assignments,
such as requisitions, bids, purchase orders, or direct expenditures for supplies,
equipment, and/or personnel.  OR  III. Completion of a vocational training
program or an Associate’s degree in office administration or a related clerical
field. For more information or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/
jppd.
WATER SERVICE INSPECTOR I - GRAND ISLE ($17,053/per year)
Applicants must be willing and able to accept a Water Service Inspector I
position in GRAND ISLE; PLUS be at least 18 years of age and possess a high
school diploma or equivalent (vocational/trade school completion is acceptable).
For more information or to apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.

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