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Other Council action taken at May 22 public meeting

Other Council action taken at May 22 public meeting


Other action taken from the Tuesday May 22, 2018, Parish Council public meeting (all votes were unanimous except where indicated; Gros was absent):

-- Passed ordinances levying and imposing taxes for 2018 on all property subject to taxation in the Parish for various funds

-- Rejected an ordinance rolling forward the millage rate for 2018 for the General Alimony Fund. Vote was 4-4 with Jones, Melvin, Perrillioux and Lafont against

-- Rejected an ordinance rolling forward the millage rate for 2018 for the Criminal Tax Fund. Vote was 3-5 with Jones, Sposito, Melvin, Perrillioux and Lafont against

-- Rejected an ordinance rolling forward the millage rate for 2018 for the Drainage, Health and Library Tax Fund. Vote was 4-4 with Autin, Sposito, Perrillioux and Lafont against

-- Passed an ordinance rolling forward the millage rate for 2018 for the Road Sales Tax District #1 Fund. Vote was 6-2 with Melvin and Lafont against

-- Passed an ordinance requesting “No Dumping of Trash, Waste or Debris--$500 Fine” signs to be posted near the Leeville Public Boat Launch

-- Passed an ordinance authorizing the purchase of land for the Lockport Community Center for $450,000

-- Passed a resolution requesting the submittal of names of individuals interested in becoming members of the Economic Development Committee

-- Passed a resolution requesting the Parish to consider entering into an agreement for engineer services to create a “Storm Drainage Design Manual”

-- Passed a resolution requesting the submittal of names of individuals interested in becoming members of a Tax Reform Committee

-- Passed a resolution appointing Christine Strickland to the Lafourche Parish Tourist Commission

-- Passed a resolution appointing Lester Griffin to the Fire Protection District No. 1 Board