St. Mary Parish council agenda (pdf)

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF
ST. MARY, STATE OF LOUISIANA

JUNE 25, 2014
FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA

The St. Mary Parish Council met on this date in Regular Session with Chairman Steve Bierhorst presiding and the following members present: Lionel Metz, Charles Middleton, David Hanagriff, Glen Hidalgo, Ken Singleton, Logan Fromenthal, Tim Tregle, Sterling Fryou, Albert Foulcard and Kevin Voisin.

Mr. Hanagriff pronounced the Invocation and Mr. Hidalgo led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Mr. Fromenthal moved that the reading of the minutes of the First Regular Meeting, June 11, 2014 be dispensed with and that the same be approved. Mr. Fryou seconded the motion, which carried.

Mr. Bierhorst requested that 14 F. which stated, Resolution authorizing the Parish President to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the St. Mary Levee District relative to assumption of Acts of Assurances and reimbursement of levee maintenance costs be discussed at this time.

William Hidalgo, President, St. Mary Levee District appeared before the Parish Council to request that the Council support their endeavor in becoming the local sponsor for all the levees in St. Mary Parish.

Tim Matte, Executive Director, St. Mary Levee District also appeared before the Council to expound relative to the Intergovernmental Agreement with the St. Mary Levee District relative to assumption of Acts of Assurances and reimbursement of levee maintenance costs.

Following lengthy detailed discussion by several Council members, Messrs. Hidalgo and Matte explained in depth that the primary public purpose of the Intergovernmental Agreement is to have the Levee District assume the responsibility and obligations of the local non-federal sponsor for the federal Mississippi River and Tributaries (MR&T) Atchafalaya Basin Project, to insure continued mutual cooperation, to apportion duties, obligations and rights, to maximize hurricane protection, to minimize riverine flooding, to centralize and organize flood control and maintenance efforts, to improve public safety, to improve regulatory compliance, and to best communicate with other state and federal agencies including the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.

It was moved that the following resolution be adopted. The motion was seconded and carried by the following 9-2-0-0 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Metz, Middleton, Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Fromenthal, Fryou, Foulcard
and Bierhorst

NAYS: Dr. Tregle and Mr. Voisin

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: None

RESOLUTION

A resolution authorizing Paul P. Naquin, Jr., the President of
St. Mary to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the
St. Mary Levee District relative to assumption of Acts of Assurances
and reimbursement of levee maintenance costs.

BE IT RESOLVED, that Paul P. Naquin, Jr., President of the Parish of St. Mary, be and he is hereby authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the Parish Council, to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the St. Mary Levee District relative to assumption of Acts of Assurances and reimbursement of levee maintenance costs, with said Intergovernmental Agreement to contain such terms, conditions and stipulations as he may best see fit, he being fully authorized in the premises.

ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the St. Mary Parish Council in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014.

APPROVED:

_____________________________________ STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

______________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

Lucretia Pacantte appeared before the Council to announce her candidacy for District Judge for the 16th Judicial Court, Division G.

Following Ms. Pacantte’s explanation of her credentials, she asked the Council’s vote and support in the upcoming November 4, 2014 election.

Paul Frost, 173 Sawmill Dr., Shanon Wade, 146 Sawmill Dr., Bill Moore, 10224 Hwy, 182, Lynn Klutts, 10240 Hwy. 182 and Kimberly Saucier, 178 Sawmill Dr., residents of Garden City appeared before the Council to express their opposition to the proposed 168 unit apartment complex in Garden City.

Mr. Klutts submitted a petition signed by concerned citizens of the Garden City area.

The spokespersons stated that their main concerns are: insufficient water and sewer capability due to the development of the apartment complex. (Discussion was also held regarding burden of an increase in fire protection, police protection and schools.)

In regard to the school system should an apartment complex be built, Mr. Frost stated that the area would possibly require redistricting thereby shifting many students to area Franklin schools.

Mr. Klutts stated that his concern is in regards to the added traffic in the area should an apartment complex be constructed in the Garden City area.

Discussion was also held on drainage issues as well as the area’s fire insurance rating.

Mr. Naquin, Parish President reported that the appraiser for the acquisition of rights-of-ways in reference to the St. Peter Street Community Sewer System Project has informed that the value of those rights-of-ways will be filed with the registry of the court.

Mr. Naquin stated that Miller Engineers will let the project for bids in the near future.

Henry “Bo” LaGrange, Chief Administrative Officer presented his report for a two (2) week period ending June 25, 2014. (All items in Mr. LaGrange’s report are informational.)

Mr. Voisin commented relative to Item 4 in Mr. LaGrange’s report which stated, “The Conrad Shipyard, LLC Green Team with the goal of increasing its involvement in the community, proposes to improve Marcel Boat Landing as its employees will volunteer to cleanup and provide improvements to the Marcel Boat Launch. These improvements will include minor wharf repairs, safety painting, striping the parking lot, replacing posts, pick up litter, etc. This project is being done in conjunction with the Keep St. Mary Beautiful Program.”

Tammy Luke presented the following items as recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission at their June 16, 2014 Regular Meeting:

a. Recommend Re-zoning –

Name: Sharon Bolden Representing Joseph C. Thomas
Address: 932 Irish Bend Rd., Franklin, LA.

Parcel Id# 2324741001.00- Sec. 48 T14E R10E;-Lot BD Road-Bowls-Teche-Svarrer
Acq 28A 209881 Improvements.

PURPOSE: to rezone so the existing store that has been closed for several years can be reopened to operate a convenience store in the area

Rezone from Single Family (SR) Residential Zoned District to Neighborhood Commercial (NC) Zoned District

b. Preliminary & Final Development Approval –

Name: Agatha C. Hamilton
Address: 954 Verdunville Rd., Centerville, La.

Parcel Id# 2594524096.00; Sec. 4 T15S R10E; 3.44 ac por 18.79 ac Tract BD Lake-Vedun-Teche-Verdun lying South of Verdunville Rd. Acq. 195291.

Zoned: Agriculture Zoned District (AG)

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Plan of Land showing a portion of property of Agatha C. Hamilton, et al as per C.O. B. 25-A, Entry No. 195,291 being Tract “ABCDEFA” to be acquired by Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception situated in Sec. 4, T15S R10E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District” as prepared by Miller Engineers & Associates, Inc., dated May 27, 2014; Dwg. No. 12817-1

c. Preliminary & Final Development Approval –

Name: Kerry Landry Estate
Address: 20323 Hwy. 90 W. Frontage Rd., Four Corners, LA

Parcel Id# Sec. 34 T13S R8E;
-Parcel Id#1814981015.00-Lot 5 Ernest G. Landry per Plat 28T 212712 Acq. 19N 164911;
-Parcel Id#1814981016.00-Lot 4 Ernest G. Landry per Plat 28T 212712 Acq. 38E 250027.

Zoned: Single Family(SR) Residential Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Plan of Land showing a portion of Lot 4 being Tract “ABCDA” & showing Lot 5 of the Ernest G. Landry Partition situated in Sec. 34, T13S R8E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District” as prepared by Miller Engineers & Associates, Inc., dated May 27, 2014; Dwg. No. 13740

d. Preliminary Development Approval –

Name: Garden City Apartments, LLC-Lloyd Harris
Address: 128 Hwy. 3215, Garden City, LA

Parcel Id# 2354524018.00; Sec.11 T15S R10E; 58.46 Ac Tract por of Rem 529.72 Ac Tract situated in Sec 11 T15S R10E BD Williams in and Sterling Sugars Inc – Sutter Et Al-Teche-Sutter Et Al Acq 184 303579.(the development will be on 11.1 acres as indicated on a Plat titled “Plan of Land Showing Property of New 90 LLC being Tract “ABCDEFGA” situated in Section 11, T15S - R10E, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District, as prepared by Miller Engineers, Project No. 13022, dated 9-28-2009)

Zoned: High Density Residential Zoned District (HR)

PURPOSE: development; as shown on site plan titled “Garden City Apartments Conceptual Site Plan-Franklin, La 70538” as prepared by Donald A. Maginnis Architects, dated June 9, 2014;
e. Preliminary Development Approval –

Name: Gerald Hotard
Address: 1411 Hwy. 182, Bayou Vista, LA

Parcel Id# 2984321179.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot 14 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd Acq 74 287981 Improvements
# 2984321138.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot 13 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd Acq 74 287981 Improvements.

Zoned: Existing Neighborhood (EN) Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Redivision of Lots 13 & 14 of Bayou Vista or Clarke Subdivision into Tract A & Tract B located in Section 15, T16S-R12E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana” as prepared by Bayou Country Surveying, LLC, dated May 29, 2014; File No. C:\Bayou_Country_Surveying\Jobs2\2257.DWG

f. Preliminary Development Approval –

Name: Michael Aloise Represented by Shannon Bruni
Address: 1025 Hwy. 182, Bayou Vista, LA

Parcel Id# 2984301295.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot Por South 190 ft. No. 27 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd situated Sec 15 T15S R12E Acq 38V 252172 Improvements
# 2984301296.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot Por South 190 Ft No. 27 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd situated in Sec 26 T16S R12E Acq 38V 252173.

Zoned: Single Family (SR) Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Redivision of Lot 27 of Clarke Subdivision/Bayou Vista Subdivision into Tract 27-A & Tract 27-B located in Section 26, T16S-R12E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana” as prepared by Bayou Country Surveying, LLC, dated May 30, 2014; File No. C:\Bayou_Country_Surveying\Jobs2\2205.DWG

Mr. Voisin moved that the following recommendation for Re-zoning be approved:

Name: Sharon Bolden Representing Joseph C. Thomas
Address: 932 Irish Bend Rd., Franklin, LA.

Parcel Id# 2324741001.00- Sec. 48 T14E R10E;-Lot BD Road-Bowls-Teche-Svarrer
Acq 28A 209881 Improvements.

PURPOSE: to rezone so the existing store that has been closed for several years can be reopened to operate a convenience store in the area

Rezone from Single Family (SR) Residential Zoned District to Neighborhood Commercial (NC) Zoned District Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion, which carried.

Mr. Voisin moved that Preliminary & Final Development Approval be granted for:

Name: Agatha C. Hamilton
Address: 954 Verdunville Rd., Centerville, La.

Parcel Id# 2594524096.00; Sec. 4 T15S R10E; 3.44 ac por 18.79 ac Tract BD Lake-Vedun-Teche-Verdun lying South of Verdunville Rd. Acq. 195291.

Zoned: Agriculture Zoned District (AG)

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Plan of Land showing a portion of property
of Agatha C. Hamilton, et al as per C.O. B. 25-A, Entry No. 195,291 being Tract
“ABCDEFA” to be acquired by Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception
situated in Sec. 4, T15S R10E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District” as
prepared by Miller Engineers & Associates, Inc., dated May 27, 2014; Dwg. No. 12817-1
Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion, which carried.
Mr. Voisin moved that Preliminary & Final Development Approval be granted for:

Name: Kerry Landry Estate
Address: 20323 Hwy. 90 W. Frontage Rd., Four Corners, LA

Parcel Id# Sec. 34 T13S R8E;
-Parcel Id#1814981015.00-Lot 5 Ernest G. Landry per Plat 28T 212712 Acq. 19N 164911;
-Parcel Id#1814981016.00-Lot 4 Ernest G. Landry per Plat 28T 212712 Acq. 38E 250027.

Zoned: Single Family(SR) Residential Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Plan of Land showing a portion of Lot 4
being Tract “ABCDA” & showing Lot 5 of the Ernest G. Landry Partition situated in Sec. 34,
T13S R8E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District” as prepared by Miller Engineers & Associates, Inc., dated May 27, 2014; Dwg. No. 13740 Mr. Foulcard seconded
the motion, which carried.

Mr. Voisin moved that Preliminary Development approval be granted for:

Name: Gerald Hotard
Address: 1411 Hwy. 182, Bayou Vista, LA

Parcel Id# 2984321179.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot 14 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd Acq 74 287981 Improvements
# 2984321138.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot 13 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd Acq 74 287981 Improvements.

Zoned: Existing Neighborhood (EN) Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Redivision of Lots 13 & 14 of Bayou Vista or Clarke Subdivision into Tract A & Tract B located in Section 15, T16S-R12E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana” as prepared by Bayou Country Surveying, LLC, dated May 29, 2014; File No. C:\Bayou_Country_Surveying\Jobs2\2257.DWG Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion, which carried.

Mr. Voisin moved that Preliminary Development approval be granted for:

Name: Michael Aloise Represented by Shannon Bruni
Address: 1025 Hwy. 182, Bayou Vista, LA

Parcel Id# 2984301295.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot Por South 190 ft. No. 27 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd situated Sec 15 T15S R12E Acq 38V 252172 Improvements
# 2984301296.00; Sec. 15 T16S R12E; Lot Por South 190 Ft No. 27 Clarke Bayou Vista Subd situated in Sec 26 T16S R12E Acq 38V 252173.

Zoned: Single Family (SR) Zoned District

PURPOSE: subdivision; as shown on plat titled “Redivision of Lot 27 of Clarke Subdivision/Bayou Vista Subdivision into Tract 27-A & Tract 27-B located in Section 26, T16S-R12E St. Mary Parish, Louisiana” as prepared by Bayou Country Surveying, LLC, dated May 30, 2014; File No. C:\Bayou_Country_Surveying\Jobs2\2205.DWG
Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion, which carried.

Lloyd Harris, President, Harris Builders, L.L.C. appeared before the Parish Council to expound relative
to the history of the Garden City Development from December 9, 2008 to June 16, 2014.

In an attempt to address all concerns of the residents and the spokespersons at this meeting, Mr. Harris stated that the market rate gated community would add value to Garden City.

Mr. Harris acknowledged the low water pressure that Garden City is presently experiencing.

Mr. Harris informed that the infrastructure plans would include installing a 12 inch waterline from La. Hwy. 317 in Centerville to the proposed Garden City area complex.

In regard to concerns of an adequate sewer system, Mr. Harris stated that the development would include its own sewer treatment system; therefore there would be no impact to the Garden City residents.

Mr. Hanagriff commented that the property was rezoned from single family residential to high density residential in 2009. (Mr. Hanagriff stated that the rezoning was for a certain issue that did not come to fruition.)

Mr. Hanagriff stated that since that time (2009) the dynamics may have changed and the Parish Council may have erred by not reverting back to the original designation.

Mr. Hanagriff commented that the zoning is “spot zoning” and the proposed complex is too large for the area.

Following comments regarding the matter, Mr. Harris stated that the Parish Council’s approval of the Garden City Development would allow for engineering studies to be completed before construction could begin which would include conforming to all building codes.

Mr. Hanagriff requested that Chuck Bourgeois, Fire Chief, City of Franklin appear before the Parish Council to provide answers to questions regarding water pressure, etc. should the Garden City Apartment Complex is constructed.

Chief Bourgeois provided lengthy detailed data regarding the negative impact that the development would have on water pressure and the ability to provide adequate fire protection to the area.

In response to an inquiry by Mr. Bierhorst regarding the zoning issues, John Mouton, Attorney explained that since the Parish Council approved the rezoning of the said property in 2009 and approved the subdivision of the site (Parcel Id# 2354524018.00; Sec.11 T15S R10E; 58.46 Ac Tract por of Rem 529.72 Ac Tract situated in Sec 11 T15S R10E BD Williams in and Sterling Sugars Inc – Sutter Et Al-Teche-Sutter Et Al Acq 184 303579.(the development will be on 11.1 acres as indicated on a Plat titled “Plan of Land Showing Property of New 90 LLC being Tract “ABCDEFGA situated in Section 11, T15S - R10E, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District, as prepared by Miller Engineers, Project No. 13022, dated 9-28-2009)), the matter could lead to potential litigation.

Frank Fink, Economic Development Director appeared before the Parish Council to reinforce the need for affordable housing.

Mr. Fink informed that the Chamber of Commerce sold 4,000 copies of its list of rental properties, many of which were too old and in need of modernization to attract potential buyers.

Mr. Fink stated that a vote against the preliminary development could possibly create a problem getting other developers to come into St. Mary Parish.

Following lengthy discussion, Mr. Hanagriff moved that Preliminary Development approval be denied for:
Name: Garden City Apartments, LLC-Lloyd Harris
Address: 128 Hwy. 3215, Garden City, LA

Parcel Id# 2354524018.00; Sec.11 T15S R10E; 58.46 Ac Tract por of Rem 529.72 Ac Tract situated in Sec 11 T15S R10E BD Williams in and Sterling Sugars Inc – Sutter Et Al-Teche-Sutter Et Al Acq 184 303579.(the development will be on 11.1 acres as indicated on a Plat titled “Plan of Land Showing Property of New 90 LLC being Tract “ABCDEFGA” situated in Section 11, T15S - R10E, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Southwestern Land District, as prepared by Miller Engineers, Project No. 13022, dated 9-28-2009)

Zoned: High Density Residential Zoned District (HR)

PURPOSE: development; as shown on site plan titled “Garden City Apartments Conceptual Site Plan-Franklin, La 70538” as prepared by Donald A. Maginnis Architects, dated June 9, 2014

Mr. Hidalgo seconded the motion, which carried by the following 8-3-0-0 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Fromenthal, Fryou, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Foulcard and
Voisin

NAYS: Messrs. Middleton, Bierhorst and Met

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: None

Mr. Voisin introduced the following ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO.

An Ordinance in compliance with Ordinance No. 1973, Chapter 5
Procedures, Division 5.4 General Procedures for Public Hearing,
Section 5.4.2 Rezonings. (Zoning Map Amendments).

WHEREAS, on March 12th, 2014, the St. Mary Parish Council adopted Ordinance No. 1973 – St. Mary Parish Unified Development Code, and

WHEREAS, Chapter 5 Procedures, Division 5.4 General Procedures for Public Hearing, Section 5.4.2 Rezonings (Zoning Map Amendments) provides a process for the official zoning district map to be amended, and

THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Parish Council of the Parish of St. Mary, State of Louisiana, acting as the governing authority of the Parish of St. Mary, State of Louisiana:

SECTION I - That certain tract of land described in Exhibit “A” is hereby rezoned from the current zoning of “Single Family (SR) Residential Zoned District” to “Neighborhood Commercial (NC) Zoned District”.

This ordinance shall become effective and be in full force upon publication in the official journal of the Parish.

This ordinance having been offered and read on this the 25th day of June 2014; having been published in accordance with law.

EXHIBIT “A”

Name: Sharon Bolden Representing Joseph C. Thomas

Address: 932 Irish Bend Rd., Franklin, LA.
Parcel Id# 2324741001.00- Sec. 48 T14E R10E;-Lot BD Road-Bowls-Teche-Svarrer
Acq 28A 209881 Improvements.

PURPOSE: to rezone so the existing store that has been closed for several years can be reopened to operate a convenience store in the area

Rezone from Single Family (SR) Residential Zoned District to Neighborhood Commercial (NC) Zoned District

Mr. Hidalgo moved that the following ordinance be adopted. Mr. Voisin seconded the motion, which carried by the following 10-0-0-1 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard, Voisin,
Bierhorst, Metz and Middleton

NAYS: None

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: Mr. Fromenthal

ORDINANCE NO. 1980

AN ORDINANCE INSTALLING A FOUR-WAY
STOP SIGN AT THE INTERSECTION OF SOUTHEAST BOULEVARD
AND DELMAR AVENUE, BAYOU VISTA, LOUISIANA.

BE IT ORDAINED by the St. Mary Parish Council, State of Louisiana, in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014:

SECTION I. The intersection of Southeast Boulevard and Delmar Avenue shall be designated as a "four way stop" intersection, and signs designating such shall be erected and posted.

SECTION II. All vehicles approaching said intersection shall stop thereat and yield the right-of-way as provided by the laws of the State of Louisiana.

SECTION III. Violation of the provisions hereof shall be punished by imprisonment in the Parish jail of not more than thirty days or fine of not more than $100.00, or both.

SECTION IV. Should any Section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance be declared unconstitutional or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction for any reason, the remainder of said Ordinance shall not be affected thereby and shall remain in full force and effect.

SECTION V. All ordinances or parts thereof, in conflict herewith shall and they are hereby repealed.

This ordinance having been offered and read on this the 28th day of May 2014; having been published in accordance with law; and having been heard in a public hearing at Franklin, Louisiana on the 25th day of June 2014; was adopted.

APPROVED:

________________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

____________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

This ordinance was submitted to the President of St. Mary Parish on this the 30th day of June 2014 at the hour of 4:00 p.m.

APPROVED:

________________________________________
PAUL P. NAQUIN, JR., PRESIDENT
ST. MARY PARISH

This ordinance was returned to the Clerk of the Council on this the 30th day of June 2014 at the hour of 4:15 p.m.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that the following ordinance be adopted. Mr. Voisin seconded the motion, which carried by the following 10-0-0-1 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard, Voisin,
Bierhorst, Metz and Middleton

NAYS: None

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: Mr. Fromenthal

ORDINANCE NO. 1981

AN ORDINANCE INSTALLING A THREE-WAY
STOP SIGN AT THE INTERSECTION OF ARLINGTON STREET
AND FAIRVIEW STREET, BAYOU VISTA, LOUISIANA.

BE IT ORDAINED by the St. Mary Parish Council, State of Louisiana, in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014:

SECTION I. The intersection of Arlington Street and Fairview Street shall be designated as a "three way stop" intersection, and signs designating such shall be erected and posted.

SECTION II. All vehicles approaching said intersection shall stop thereat and yield the right-of-way as provided by the laws of the State of Louisiana.

SECTION III. Violation of the provisions hereof shall be punished by imprisonment in the Parish jail of not more than thirty days or fine of not more than $100.00, or both.

SECTION IV. Should any Section, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance be declared unconstitutional or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction for any reason, the remainder of said Ordinance shall not be affected thereby and shall remain in full force and effect.

SECTION V. All ordinances or parts thereof, in conflict herewith shall and they are hereby repealed.

This ordinance having been offered and read on this the 28th day of May 2014; having been published in accordance with law; and having been heard in a public hearing at Franklin, Louisiana on the 25th day of June 2014; was adopted.

APPROVED:

________________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

____________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

This ordinance was submitted to the President of St. Mary Parish on this the 30th day of June 2014 at the hour of 4:00 p.m.

APPROVED:

________________________________________
PAUL P. NAQUIN, JR., PRESIDENT
ST. MARY PARISH

This ordinance was returned to the Clerk of the Council on this the 30th day of June 2014 at the hour of 4:15 p.m.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that the following ordinance be adopted. Mr. Voisin seconded the motion, which carried by the following 10-0-0-1 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard, Voisin,
Bierhorst, Metz and Middleton

NAYS: None

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: Mr. Fromenthal

ORDINANCE NO. 1982

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 8-2, “PRECINCTS DESIGNATED”,
OF THE ST. MARY PARISH CODE OF ORDINANCES.

WHEREAS, the St. Mary Parish Government developed a new election plan for the members of the St. Mary Parish Council that was in fulfillment of the requirements of the U.S. Department of Justice under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, the requirements of the State of Louisiana and the Louisiana Secretary of State, and:

WHEREAS, the St. Mary Parish School Board developed a new election plan for the members of the St. Mary Parish School Board that was in fulfillment of the requirements of the U.S. Department of Justice under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, the requirements of the State of Louisiana and the Louisiana Secretary of State, and:

WHEREAS, the precinct splits contained in the Reapportionment Plans meet the requirements for splitting precincts as promulgated by the State of Louisiana such as but not limited to using census tabulation blocks that contain visible features for split precinct boundaries;

WHEREAS, La. R.S. 18:532B(4)(b)(ii) requires that no precincts shall contain less than 300 registered active voters, and:

WHEREAS, Adjacent Precincts being 05 and 06, 06A and 07, 40 and 45 can be merged into one precinct respectfully, and:

WHEREAS, Adjacent Precincts of 40 and 41A can be merged and redescribed respectfully, and:

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the St. Mary Parish Council, in regular session assembled, that the following precincts are amended in their descriptions and consolidated new whole precincts or redescribed to comply with La. R.S. 18:532B(4)(b)(ii) which descriptions and polling locations are hereby to wit:

New Precinct 6 – A merging of old Precinct 5 and old Precinct 6
Polling Location -- Raintree Elementary School

Beginning at the intersection of the St. Mary/Iberia Parish boundary line and the centerline of Bayou Teche; thence, northeasterly and easterly along the St. Mary/Iberia Parish boundary line to its intersection with the centerline of the West Atchafalaya Basin Protection Levee; thence, southwesterly and southeasterly along the centerline of the West Atchafalaya Basin Protection Levee to its intersection with the centerline of Martin Ridge Road; thence, southerly, southeasterly, and southwesterly along the centerline of Martin Ridge Road to its intersection with the centerline of LA Hwy. 87; thence, southwesterly along the centerline of LA Hwy. 87 to its intersection with the centerline of the Katy Bridge Approach Road; thence, southerly along the centerline of Katy Bridge Approach Road to its intersection with the centerline of Bayou Teche; thence, westerly, northerly, and northwesterly along the centerline of Bayou Teche to its intersection with the straight line extension of the centerline of Charlie Ln.; thence, westerly along the straight line extension of the centerline of Charlie Ln. to the intersection of the centerlines of Charlie Ln. and La. Hwy. 326 (Chitimacha Trl.); thence, northerly and northeasterly along the centerline of La. Hwy. 326 (Chitimacha Trl.) to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy. 324 (Charenton Bridge Approach Rd.); thence, northeasterly along the centerline of La. Hwy. 324 (Charenton Bridge Approach Rd.) to its intersection with the centerline of Bayou Teche; thence, northwesterly, southwesterly, and northwesterly along the centerline of Bayou Teche to its intersection with the St. Mary/Iberia Parish boundary line, the point of beginning.

New Precinct 7 – A merging of old precinct 6A and old precinct 7
Polling location -- Raintree Elementary School

Beginning at the intersection of the centerlines of La. Hwy. 670 (Adeline Bridge Approach Rd.) and Bayou Teche; thence southeasterly and northeasterly along the centerline of Bayou Teche to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 324 (Charenton Bridge Approach Rd.); thence westerly along the centerline of La. Hwy 324 (Charenton Bridge Approach Rd.) to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 326 (Chitimacha Trl.); thence southerly along the centerline of La. Hwy 326 (Chitimacha Trl.) to its intersection with the centerline of Deslinger Rd.; thence westerly along the centerline of Deslinger Rd. to its intersection with the centerline of Allain Rd.; thence southerly along the centerline of Allain Rd. to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 182; thence northwesterly along the centerline of La. Hwy 182 to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 670 (Adeline Bridge Approach Rd.); thence northeasterly along the centerline of La. Hwy 670 (Adeline Bridge Approach Rd.) to its intersection with the centerline of Bayou Teche, the point of beginning.

New Precinct 40 – A merging of portions of old precincts 40 and 41A
Polling location -- Morgan City Jr. High School

Beginning at the intersection of the centerlines of Federal Ave. and Terrebonne St.; thence northeasterly along the centerline of Terrebonne St. to its intersection with the centerline of 6th St.; thence, northwesterly along the centerline of 6th St. to its intersection with the centerline of Marshall St.; thence, northeasterly along the centerline of Marshall St. to its intersection with the centerline of Maple St.; thence southeasterly along the centerline of Maple St. to its intersection with the centerline of Pine St.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Pine St. to its intersection with the centerline of Lakewood Dr.; thence, southeasterly along the centerline of Lakewood Dr. to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 70 (Marguerite St.); thence, northeasterly, northerly, and easterly along the centerline of La. Hwy 70 (Marguerite St.) to its intersection with the centerline of an unnamed drainage canal south of Lake End Park; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along the centerline of the unnamed drainage canal south of Lake End Park to its intersection with the shoreline of Lake Palourde; thence, southerly along the shoreline of Lake Palourde to its intersection with the centerline of the Cook-Collins Canal; thence, southwesterly along the centerline of the Cook-Collins Canal to its intersection with the centerline of an unnamed drainage canal; thence northwesterly along the centerline of the unnamed drainage canal to its intersection with the centerline of U. S. Highway 90; thence southwesterly along the centerline of U. S. Highway 90 to its intersection with the centerline of La. Highway 182; thence southeasterly along the centerline of La. Highway 182 to its intersection with the centerline of Everett St.; thence westerly along the centerline of Everett St. to its intersection with the centerline of Seventh St.; thence northwesterly along the centerline of Seventh St. to its intersection with the centerline of Freret St.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Freret St. to its intersection with the centerline Fourth St.; thence northwesterly along the centerline of Fourth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Brashear Ave.; thence northeasterly along the centerline of Brashear Ave. to its intersection with the centerline of Sixth St.; thence northwesterly along the centerline of Sixth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Arenz St.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Arenz St. to its intersection with the centerline of Fourth St.; thence northerly along the centerline of Fourth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Arenz St.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Arenz St. to its intersection with the centerline of Federal Ave.; thence northerly along centerline of Federal Ave. to its intersection with the centerline of Terrebonne St., the point of beginning.

New Precinct 41A – A merging of portions of old precincts 40 and 41A
Polling location -- Pharr Methodist Church Hall

Beginning at the intersection of the centerlines of Front St. (Atchafalaya River Floodwall) and the straight line extension of Belanger St.; thence southeasterly along the centerline of Front St.(Atchafalaya River Floodwall) to its intersection with the centerline of Terrebonne St.; thence, northeasterly along the centerline of Terrebonne St. to its intersection with the centerline of Federal Ave., thence southeasterly along the centerline of Federal Ave. to its intersection with the centerline of Arenz St.; thence northeasterly along the centerline of Arenz St. to its intersection with the centerline of Fourth St.; thence southerly along the centerline of Fourth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Arenz St.; thence northeasterly along the centerline of Arenz St. to its intersection with the centerline of Sixth St.; thence southerly along the centerline of Sixth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Brashear Ave.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Brashear Ave. (La. Hwy 182) to its intersection with the centerline of Fourth St.; thence southerly along the centerline of Fourth St. to its intersection with the centerline of Freret St.; thence southwesterly along the centerline of Freret St. to its intersection with the centerline of Front St. (Atchafalaya River Floodwall); thence northwesterly along the centerline of Front St. (Atchafalaya River Floodwall) to its intersection with the centerline of Brashear Ave. (La. Hwy 182); thence southwesterly along the centerline of Brashear Ave. (La. Hwy 182) to its intersection with the centerline of the Atchafalaya River; thence northwesterly along the centerline of the Atchafalaya River to its intersection with the straight line extension of Belanger St.; thence northeasterly along the straight line extension of Belanger St. to its intersection with the centerline of Front St. (Atchafalaya River Floodwall), the point of beginning.

New Precinct 45 – A merging of old precinct 42A and old precinct 45
Polling location -- St. Mary AARP Center

Beginning at the intersection of the centerlines of Martin Luther King Blvd. (East Blvd) and Allison St.; thence easterly along the centerline of Allison St. to its intersection with the centerline of Roderick St.; thence northerly along the centerline of Roderick St. to its intersection with the centerline of the Gravity Drainage District #3 Levee; thence easterly along the centerline of the Gravity Drainage District #3 Levee to its intersection with the centerline of the Walnut St. Canal; thence northerly along the centerline of the Walnut St. Canal to its intersection with the shoreline of Lake Palourde; thence, southeasterly along the shoreline of Lake Palourde to its intersection with the centerline of Bayou Ramos; thence southeasterly along the centerline of Bayou Ramos to its intersection with the centerline of U. S. Hwy 90; thence northwesterly along the centerline of U. S. Hwy 90 to its intersection with the centerline of the straight line extension of an unnamed, unimproved road; thence southerly along the centerline of the straight line extension of the unnamed, unimproved road to its intersection with the centerline of Siracusa Rd.; thence westerly, northerly, westerly, and southerly along the centerline of Siracusa Rd. to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 182; thence southeasterly along the centerline of La. Hwy 182 to its intersection with the centerline of the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railroad tracks; thence northwesterly along the centerline of the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railroad tracks to its intersection with the centerline of the straight line extension of Grizzaffi St.; thence northerly along the centerline of the straight line extension of Grizzaffi St. and Grizzaffi St. to its intersection with the centerline of La. Hwy 182; thence, westerly along the centerline of La. Hwy 182 to its intersection with the centerline Cottonwood St.; thence, northerly on Cottonwood St. to the intersection with the centerline of Victor II Blvd.; thence, southeasterly and easterly on the centerline of Victor II Blvd. to the intersection with the centerline of Martin Luther King Blvd. (East Blvd.); thence, southerly on the centerline of Martin Luther King Blvd. (East Blvd.) to its intersection with the centerline of Allison St., the point of beginning.

This ordinance having been offered and read on this the 28th day of May 2014, having been published in accordance with law and having been heard in a public hearing in Franklin, Louisiana on the 25th day of June 2014 was adopted.

APPROVED:

__________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

_________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

This ordinance was submitted to the President of St. Mary Parish on this 27th day of June 2014 at the hour of 8:30 a.m.

APPROVED:

_________________________________
PAUL P. NAQUIN, JR., PRESIDENT
ST. MARY PARISH

This ordinance was returned to the Clerk of the Council on this the 30th day of June 2014, at the hour of 10:00 a.m.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that the following ordinance be adopted with the inclusion of the following amendments:

ITEM TYPE YEAR MAKE MODEL VIN PARISH ID
CORRECTIONS
41 Truck P.U. 2001 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X6XS278405 141
49 Truck 1999 GMC Trash Truck 1GDM7H1C1XJ503413 958
55 Truck Dump 1998 International DT466E 1HTGCAAT3WH514037 948
69 Truck P.U. 2002 Chevy Silverado 1GCEC14W82Z208594 208
ADDITIONS
255 Pick Up Truck 1999 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X8XS291786 961
Mr. Voisin seconded the motion, which carried by the following 10-0-0-1 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hanagriff, Hidalgo, Singleton, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard, Voisin,
Bierhorst, Metz and Middleton

NAYS: None

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: Mr. Fromenthal
ORDINANCE NO. 1983

An ordinance declaring certain Public Property surplus and authorizing the sale of same.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL in regular session convened:

SECTION 1. The below described property belonging to the Parish of St. Mary is hereby declared surplus and of no public use:

SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO BE SOLD

ITEM TYPE YEAR MAKE MODEL VIN PARISH ID
Atchafalaya Golf Course
1 Turf Cat Deck 2005 Jacobson 2WDR4 serial#: 94671301967 340
2 Carry All Cart Club Car serial#: RG0432-414685
3 Carry All Cart Club Car serial#: RG0432-414686
4 Mower Jacobson Greensking IV serial#: 06228803666
5 Mower Jacobson Greensking IV serial#: 06228803817 240
6 Mower Jacobson Greensking IV serial#: 06228803669
7 Toro Groundsmaster 3500D serial#: 30821-240001007
8 Deck Jacobson Turfcat serial#: 95723301835
9 Turf Truckster Cushman Model#: 898627 serial#: 2137411 254
Airport
10 Tractor 2007 John Deere 997 Z-Trak DM9975C021836 372
Building Maintenance
11 Van 1998 Ford Van 1FTRE1422WHB10732 132
12 Truck P.U. 1999 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16XXXS291769 145
Bayou Vista Barn
13 Tractor Decks Alkota yellow
14 Tractor Decks Alkota yellow
15 Pressure Washer serial#: 00 00578
16 Pressure Washer serial#: 139559
Claire House
17 Car 1996 Chevy Lumina 2G1WL52M8T9227776 159
18 Car 1996 GMC Rally Car 1GJGG39K7TF506662 160
Courthouse
19 Christmas Tree Decoration 20' with lights/green N/A
20 Christmas Tree Decoration 12' Silohette, white w/stand N/A
21 Christmas Tree Decoration 14' Silohette, white w/stand N/A
22 Pressure Washer John Deere Model AC2000G serial#: 398631 N/A
23 Water Cooler Kentwood Model BISRK-D101 serial#: 9539-549270 N/A
24 Window A/C Unit Catalina Model 180-9019 serial#: CC11625562-8 N/A
25 Window A/C Unit Comfort-Aire Model R-243B serial#: QG2100326 N/A
26 Window A/C Unit Comfort-Aire Model RFD-183-F serial#: FS18747 N/A
27 Electric Welder Linde Utility Model 230 serial#: A76013356 N/A
28 Motor Control Center Unit GE Model L-70.013 N/A
29 Floor Buffer Buffers Model M20130-00 serial#: XM20130000911 N/A
30 Floor Buffer Buffers Model FR20115 serial#: FFR20115161
31 Floor Buffer Buffers Model M23000-00 serial#: 23600383 N/A
32 Generator 25kw 1999 Generac 99801039S serial#: 2046449
33 Generator 25kw 1999 Generac 99801039S serial#: 2046448
34 Generator 230kw 1980 Cummins NT855C engine#: 30106144
Fairview Treatment Center
35 Van 1998 Ford Van 1FBSS31L2WHB14478 165
36 Car 1998 Chevy Malibu 1G1ND52M2W6270627 166
37 Van 2000 Dodge Caravan 2B4GP2530YR862691 176
Hanson Barn
38 Truck 1998 International Dump 1HTGCAATXWH514035 125
39 Tractor 1997 John Deere 6200 L06200H197796 127
40 Truck Dump 2001 International Dump 4700 1HTSCABR91H344191 170
41 Truck P.U. 2001 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X6XS278405 141
42 Truck P.U. 2001 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X515745255 173
43 Mower Flex Wing 2000 Bushwack T-180 175
44 Truck P.U. 2001 Ford F-350 1FTSW31L71EG91652 184
45 Truck P.U. 2001 Dodge Ram 3B7KC26Z41M583933 187
46 Truck 1989 GMC Bucket 1GDM7D1G6KV503517 190
47 Truck P.U. 2004 Chevy 4 WnD 1GCEK14V94Z303 227
48 Truck P.U. 1997 Ford F-150XL 1FTDF1720VNB84105 264
49 Truck 1999 GMC Trash Truck 1GDM7H1C1XJ503413 958
Parish Administration
50 Car 2004 Ford Crown Victoria 2FAFP71W94X123407 220
Planning & Zoning
51 Van 2005 Dodge Van 1D4GP24R35B158362 228
Pick Up Station
52 Utility Trailer 2000 BNLE 1B9A13420YB183471 964
53 Truck Dump 1999 Mack 16000 1M1AA12Y1XW102120 989
Recreation
54 Tractor 2003 John Deere Z-Trak 757 TC0757B023407 211
Reduction Plant
55 Truck Dump 1998 International DT466E 1HTGCAAT3WH514037 948
56 Tractor 1995 Ford 6610-S ZX350938 950
57 Mower Flex Wing 1997 Alamo 15-A 3512 951
58 Mower Flex Wing 2001 Alamo A15-IV AG15-04573 977
59 Truck P.U. 2004 Chevy 4wd 1GCEK14VX4Z303199 997
Roads
60 Truck 1983 Chevy N/A 1GBHC34M3DV113706 27
61 Truck 1991 Ford F-700 1FDPK74P7MVA08190 55
62 Truck 1994 Ford F-350 4x4 2FTJW36H2RCA33282 109
63 Truck P.U. 1999 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16XXXS278407 143
64 Truck P.U. 1999 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X1XS278408 144
65 Tractor 2008 John Deere 997 Z-Trak TC997RB030043 434
66 Truck P.U. 2008 Ford F-150 1FTWW33R88ED85889 453
67 Truck 2003 International Trash Truck 1HTWAAAN33J062856 987
Small Animal
68 Truck P.U. 1996 Ford F-155 1FTEF15Y7TLA26803 207
69 Truck P.U. 2002 Chevy CC15903 1GCEC14W82Z208594 208
Electronics
Courthouse
70 Copier/Printer 1 Sharp AR-161 serial#: 06504403 6398
71 CP2 Sharp AR-161 serial#: 06503823 6399
72 Fax 1 Sharp FO-4470 serial#: 77104546 N/A
73 F2 Sharp FO-2950M serial#: 2G11222Y N/A
74 F3 Sharp FO-2600 serial#: 781048Y N/A
75 F4 Sharp FO-3850 serial#: 60104325 N/A
76 F5 Sharp FO-4450 serial#: 57116995 N/A
77 F6 Sharp FO-5500 serial#: 97100807 6360
78 F7 Sharp FO-3150 serial#: 57103107 N/A
79 Laptop 1 Gateway Model# SA70-3105 serial#: BDB11171327 6443
80 Monitor 1 Dell E772P serial#: 4892A051 N/A
81 M2 Dell E770P serial#: 4872A216 N/A
82 M3 Dell P780 serial#: 06271R N/A
83 M4 HP VS17E serial#: CSN6091BTW N/A
84 M5 Dell 2001FP serial#: CN-0C0646 N/A
85 M6 Dell 1901FP serial#: CN05Y23271618445B578 N/A
86 M7 Dell 1703FPS serial#: CN02Y311476063ARAUQ5 N/A
87 M8 KDS 786N serial#: WZQD033054956U N/A
88 M9 HP Pavillion VF52 serial#: CNT3410N58 N/A
89 M10 Relisys RE767B serial#: E823013236 N/A
90 M11 Phillips 109B20114N serial#: 68928648 N/A
91 M12 ADC 7E1VA serial#: 7TMN0A6026434 N/A
92 M13 Pelco PME901 serial#: 1351282 N/A
93 M14 Dell serial#: CN-054232-71618-4HS-B578 N/A
94 M15 Dell serial#: CN-024311-47606-3AR-AUQ5 N/A
95 M16 Dell M781P serial#: CM2137 N/A
96 M17 Dell E772P serial#: DP-N04P121 N/A
97 M18 Dell E772P serial#: CN041P121 N/A
98 M19 Dell E772P serial#: CN04P47804 N/A
99 M20 Dell E772P serial#: CN04P28LIE4 N/A
100 M21 Dell 2000FP serial#: TW09E24946 6536
101 M22 Dell 1901FP serial#: CN05Y23271618445B582
102 M23 Dell E197FP serial#: CN0WH319-72872-6BF-00DM
103 M24 Dell E197FP serial#: CN0WH319-72872-6BF-27HM
104 M25 Hyundai serial#: V772DA039J00794
105 M26 Gateway 2000 serial#: 17004A299842
106 M27 Dell E772P serial#: CN-04P121-07804-2B4-LIEE
107 M28 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431668
108 M29 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431538
109 M30 Pelco PMC9A serial#: 604090359
110 M31 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431614
111 M32 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431529
112 M33 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431475
113 M34 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431670
114 M35 Pelco PMC9A serial#: 606090169
115 M36 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 08431589
116 M37 Pelco PMC901 serial#: 15410178
117 M38 Pelco PMC14H serial#: 50525118
118 M39 Pelco PMC14H serial#: 60140035
119 M40 Pelco PMC14H serial#: 40722878
120 M41 Dell 1800FP serial#: KR-07R477-27A-040C
121 Printer 1 Unisys UMS500-PED serial#: 433605292 N/A
122 P2 HP Laserjet C9661A serial#: JPBKC20885 6560
123 P3 HP Laserjet 4550N serial#: JPPKH05740 N/A
124 P4 Lexmark IBM 2391 Plus Printer Type 2391-002 N/A
125 P5 Lexmark Z52 serial#: 09010971490 N/A
126 P6 OKI MicroLine 490 serial#: 0BAN4008130K N/A
127 P7 OKI MicroLine 490 serial#: 804B1012891 N/A
128 P8 HP Laserjet 455N serial#: JPPKH03969 6496
129 P9 HP Laserjet 4 Plus serial#: JPGK026117 N/A
130 P10 HP Laserjet 5N serial#: JPLG008529 107
131 P11 HP LaserJet 4000 serial#: USRB043918 N/A
132 P12 HP LaserJet 4100N serial#: USBNH41187 N/A
133 P13 Martin Yale 911 serial#: 12176 6593
134 P14 HP C42678 serial#: JPBTM07919
135 P15 HP serial#: JPHH160295
136 Personal Computer 1 HP Pavillion; model#A335W serial#: MXM34406LJ
137 PC2 Dell E520 serial#: MYRJ9-MK866
138 PC3 Dell Vostro420 serial#: 00144-555-392-846
139 PC4 Dell Optiplex GX270 serial#: 00045-449-659-728
140 PC5 Dell Optiplex GX270 serial#: 00045-449-659-727
141 PC6 Dell Optiplex GX50 serial#: 00003-960-774-727
142 PC7 Dell Optiplex GX70 serial#: 186VB51 6746
143 PC8 HP Compaq serial#: MXL61301NT
144 PC9 HP DC5100SFF serial#: MXL61301NY
145 PC10 Dell Optiplex GX240 serial#: GFWHX11
146 PC11 Dell Dimension E520 serial#: G8W59C1
147 PC12 Dell Optiplex 260 serial#: 1VCD721
148 PC13 Dell Optiplex 260 serial#: F82F721
149 PC14 Dell Optiplex 270 serial#: 3HP1M31
150 PC15 Dell Optiplex 8200 serial#: 99N6Q11 6519
151 PC16 Dell Optiplex GX240 serial#: 9GWHX11 6534
152 PC17 Dell Optiplex GX270 serial#: CY25G51 6751
153 PC18 Dell Optiplex GX260 serial#: B82F21 6565
154 PC19 Dell Dimension 4100 serial#: FLHXC01 6431
155 PC20 Dell Optiplex GX8200 serial#: C7GY611 6505
156 PC21 Dell Optiplex GX8250 serial#: B68TF21
157 PC22 Dell Optiplex GX8200 serial#: 8VXV511 6523
158 PC23 Dell Optiplex GX270 serial#: 17G7J31
159 PC24 Dell Optiplex GX240 serial#: 3GWHX11 6530
160 PC25 Dell Optiplex GX260 serial#: 2VCD721
161 PC26 Dell Optiplex GX240 serial#: 5GWHX11 6529
162 Power Supply 1 APC Smart-UPS 1400 serial#: WS9711591207 N/A
163 PS2 APC Power Backup, model#1400 serial#: WS9713642876 N/A
164 PS3 Omron IDM AC Drive P5+ serial#: E131457 N/A
165 PS4 APC serial#: YS0408120491
166 Television 1 GE Model# 13GP010 serial#: 849614282
167 Typewriter 1 Brother ML300 N/A
168 TW2 IBM WheelWriter 6; model#6784 N/A
169 Scanner 1 Visioneer 9450 USB Scanner serial#: 324TW1036D1KZ400063 N/A
170 S2 HP Scanjet 4200C serial#: TW93R102634GW N/A
171 S3 MicroTech serial#: 3902B876
172 Identification Tag Maker Polaroid 75 ID Tag Maker serial#: E251150 6541
173 Drive Tower CSC 8-CD Drive Tower
174 Recorder RCA Model# VV450 serial#: 908396503
Furniture
Old Voting Machine Warehouse
175 Conveyor Servolift 2-piece serial#: 7R110214
176 Bookshelf
177 Bookshelf
178 Bookshelf
179 Bookshelf
180 Bookshelf
181 Bookshelf
182 Bookshelf
183 Bookshelf
184 Desk Steel w/glass top 4573
185 Rotisserie Oven Gemini Model# R9102-GE serial#: 173778-01/9810
186 Food Warmer UniTray Model# UT-720 serial#: U-602-DU
187 Hot Food Table Servolift serial#: 11799-991379
188 Hot Food Table Servolift serial#: (unreadable)
189 Food Warmer UniTray Model# UT-720 serial#: U-603-DU
190 Desk/Cubical Assembly Parish Administration Color-grey 6251
191 Storage Box metal
192 Storage Box metal
193 Storage Box metal
194 Storage Box metal
195 Storage Box metal
196 Storage Box metal
197 Storage Box metal
198 Storage Box metal
199 Storage Box metal
200 Storage Box metal
201 Storage Box metal
202 Storage Box metal
203 Storage Box metal
204 Storage Box metal
205 Storage Box metal
206 Storage Box metal
207 Storage Box metal
208 Storage Box metal
209 Storage Box metal
210 Desk black
211 Desk/Cubical Assembly mauve
212 Desk/Cubical Assembly light mauve
213 Sofa 7'
214 Loveseat 4 1/2'
215 Sofa 8'
216 Credenza brown, 3'w
217 Wicker Chair
218 Wicker Chair
219 Wicker Chair
220 Wicker Chair
221 Wicker Chair
222 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
223 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
224 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
225 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
226 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
227 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
228 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
229 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
230 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
231 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
232 Office Chair yellow cloth seat
233 Office Chair grey cloth seat
234 Office Chair grey cloth seat
235 Office Chair grey cloth seat
236 Office Chair grey cloth seat
237 Office Chair grey cloth seat
238 Stack Chair yellow plastic
239 Stack Chair yellow plastic
240 Stack Chair green plastic
241 Stack Chair green plastic
242 Desk beige metal
243 Desk brown wood
244 Desk brown wood
245 Desk brown wood
246 Desk brown wood
247 Credenza wooden, 3-shelf
248 Vacuum/Pneumatic Thermostat Old Trane
249 Vacuum/Pneumatic Thermostat Old Trane
250 Office Chair swivel/rolling
251 Office Chair swivel/rolling
252 Office Chair swivel/rolling
253 Office Chair swivel/rolling
254 Office Chair swivel/rolling
ADDITIONS
255 Truck P.U. 1999 Dodge Ram 1B7HC16X8XS291786 961
Abbreviations
CP Copier/Printer
F Fax Machine
M Monitor
P Printer
PC Personal Computer
PS Power Supply
TW Typewriter
S Scanner

SECTION 2. The Parish President is authorized for and on behalf of the St. Mary Parish Council to execute any and all documents relative to the sale of the above described property in accordance with law.

SECTION 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

This ordinance shall become effective upon adoption.

This ordinance having been offered and read on this the 28th day of May 2014, having been published in summary in accordance with the Home Rule Charter of the Parish, and having been heard in a public hearing at Franklin, Louisiana, on the 25th day of June 2014; was adopted.

APPROVED:

___________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

_________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

This ordinance was submitted to the President of St. Mary Parish on this 27th day of June 2014, at the hour of 8:30 a.m.

APPROVED:

_________________________________
PAUL P. NAQUIN, JR., PRESIDENT
ST. MARY PARISH

This ordinance was returned to the Clerk of the Council on this 30th day of June 2014, at the hour of 10:00 a.m.

Mr. LaGrange requested that action on the resolution authorizing the Parish President to execute a Certificate of Substantial Completion relative to Plantation Inn Pump Station Replacement, Gravity Sub-Drainage District No. 1 of Gravity Drainage District No. 2 be postponed until details on several punch list items are explored.

Mr. Voisin moved that the following resolutions be adopted. Mr. Fryou seconded the motion, which carried by the following 10-0-0-1 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Hidalgo, Singleton, Fromenthal, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard, Voisin, Bierhorst,
Metz, Middleton and Hanagriff

NAYS: None

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: Mr. Fromenthal

RESOLUTION

A resolution authorizing Paul P. Naquin, Jr., the President of St. Mary
Parish to execute a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Department of Transportation and Development and St. Mary Parish
Government relative to Donation of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement
(RAP) State Hwy. LA 182 (D.O.T.D. Maintenance Project).

BE IT RESOLVED, that Paul P. Naquin, Jr., President of the Parish of St. Mary, be and he is hereby authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the Parish Council, to execute a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with between the Department of Transportation and Development and St. Mary Parish Government relative to Donation of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) State Hwy. LA 182 (D.O.T.D. Maintenance Project), conditions and stipulations as he may best see fit, he being fully authorized in the premises.

ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the St. Mary Parish Council in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014.

APPROVED:

_________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

_________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

RESOLUTION

A resolution authorizing Paul P. Naquin, Jr., the President of
St. Mary Parish to execute an amendment to the Health Services
Agreement with Correcthealth Saint Mary, LLC.

BE IT RESOLVED, that Paul P. Naquin, Jr., President of the Parish of St. Mary, be and he is hereby authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the Parish Council, to execute an amendment to the Health Services Agreement with Correcthealth Saint Mary, LLC relative to providing health care services for inmates or detainees of the St. Mary Parish Law Enforcement Center with said Agreement to contain such terms, conditions and stipulations as he may best see fit, he being fully authorized in the premises.

ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the St. Mary Parish Council in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014.

APPROVED:

______________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

____________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

RESOLUTION

A resolution providing for the approval and authorization for
Change Order No. 5 for Plantation Inn Pump Station
Replacement, Gravity Sub-Drainage District No. 1 of Gravity
Drainage District No. 2.

WHEREAS, a certain contract has been entered into between the St. Mary Parish
Council and Sealevel Construction, Inc., P. O. Box 655, Thibodaux, Louisiana 70302, relative to Plantation Inn Pump Station Replacement, Gravity Sub-Drainage District No. 1 of Gravity Drainage District No. 2., and

WHEREAS, the items as shown on Change Order No. 5 will result in a decrease of $2,500.0 in the contract price.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the St. Mary Parish Council
does hereby approve the issuance of Change Order No. 5 covering a decrease of $2,500.00 in the contract for Plantation Inn Pump Station Replacement, Gravity Sub-Drainage District No. 1 of Gravity Drainage District No. 2.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President of St. Mary Parish, Paul P. Naquin, Jr., be and he is hereby authorized to execute Change Order No. 5 on behalf of the St. Mary Parish Council.

ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the St. Mary Parish Council in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014.

APPROVED:

__________________________________
STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

_________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

In regard to the resolution authorizing the Parish President to execute an Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Mark A. Hebert, Sheriff, St. Mary Parish relative to suspension of per diem payments, Mr. LaGrange explained that the Parish previously signed an agreement with the Sheriff on April 1, 2012 for the operation and maintenance cost of the jail.

Mr. LaGrange stated that the Sheriff agreed to make payments over a two (2) year period to assist the Parish in absorbing the cost in the amount of $7.00 per day for Department of Corrections (DOC) prisoner for housing. (The Sheriff also agreed to reimburse the Parish 33 1/3 percent of the cost of the health services agreement.)

Mr. LaGrange further explained that under the agreement the Sheriff has been reimbursing the Parish approximately $400,000 per year toward the $425,000 debt service fees received from the State for housing DOC inmates based on $7.00 per day for 160 inmates.

Mr. LaGrange further stated that the agreement was amended in October 2013 based on 160 (DOC) inmates, regardless of the actual number of prisoners being housed. (The number housed was often less than 160 prior to the amendment in October 2013.)

Mr. LaGrange stated that the agreement adds Section 8.1 to the Intergovernmental Agreement that was signed in 2012 which states, “Pursuant to Sections 6 through 8 of this agreement, the Parties hereby agree that commencing July 1, 2014, the Sheriff shall not be obligated to make the payments contained in Section 6 of $7.00 per prisoner, per day out of all per diem payments received by the Sheriff for the District for housing D.O.C prisoners.

Mr. LaGrange stated that the Sheriff has informed that due to financial reasons, he will not be able to continue to make payments to St. Mary Parish Government at the present time.

Mr. Duplantis legal advisor expounded relative to the consequences of the yea or nay vote of the Parish Council. (If the Council votes yes, the agreement stands as is except for the modification of the $7.00 by the Sheriff, a no vote could (by the discretion of the Sheriff) cancel the original contract with the Sheriff.)

Following discussion, Mr. Foulcard moved that the following resolution be adopted. Mr. Middleton seconded the motion, which carried by the following 6-5-0-0 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Messrs. Singleton, Fromenthal, Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Foulcard and Hanagriff

NAYS: Messrs. Voisin, Bierhorst, Metz, Middleton and Hidalgo

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: None

RESOLUTION

A resolution authorizing Paul P. Naquin, Jr., the President of St.
Mary to execute an Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement
with Mark A. Hebert, Sheriff, St. Mary Parish relative to the Per
Diem Payments for Housing Department of Corrections Prisoners.

BE IT RESOLVED, that Paul P. Naquin, Jr., President of the Parish of St. Mary, be and he is hereby authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the Parish Council, to execute an Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Mark A. Hebert, Sheriff, St. Mary Parish relative to the Per Diem Payments for Housing Department of Corrections Prisoners, with said Intergovernmental Agreement to contain such terms, conditions and stipulations as he may best see fit, he being fully authorized in the premises.

ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the St. Mary Parish Council in regular session convened on this the 25th day of June 2014.

APPROVED:

_____________________________________ STEVE BIERHORST, CHAIRMAN
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

ATTEST:

______________________________________
LISA C. MORGAN, CLERK
ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL

OLD BUSINESS:

A. Referred from the June 11, 2014 Regular Meeting – Appointment to the following Board and Commission:

Waterworks District No. 5 (West of Patterson to Calumet, Verdunville and Centerville) – 2 Vacancies

Glenn Blood – Present Member Wendall Bogan – Present Member

Mr. Hanagriff moved that Glenn Blood and Wendall Bogan be reappointed to Waterworks District No. 5 Board of Commissioners. Mr. Singleton seconded the motion, which carried. Dr. Tregle was absent.

B. Referred from the June 11, 2014 Regular Meeting – Appointment to the following Board and Commission:

St. Mary Parish Tourist Commission (District 1, 2 and 3 – 1 Vacancy)

No applications received.

C. Kevin Ardoin, Laboratory Director, Acadiana Criminalistics Laboratory has written the Acadiana Legislative Delegation and members of the Acadiana Crime Lab Commission, HB1 has appropriated $800,000 out of the State General Fund for the operational support of the Acadiana Crime Lab. These funds will allow the crime lab to provide the same level of services without interruption through budget year 2015.

Beyond budget year 2015, more work needs to be done to secure a stable source of funding.
Attached is a letter from the crime lab sent to each member of the Acadiana Legislative Delegation commending them on their hard work in securing funding in this past legislative session.

D. Joanne C. Reed, Director of Voter Registration has written – this office is in receipt of your letter and proposed ordinance in regard to the precincts with less than 300 active registered voters.

The following mergers of precincts have been reviewed for same voting districts and are approved.

Precincts 05 & 06 merge into 06
Precincts 06A & 07 merge into 07
Precincts 40 & 41A to merge and redescribe new precincts 40 & 41
Precincts 42A & 45 merge into 45

The survey form for precinct 24 indicated 2.5 miles as the greatest distance a voter would have to travel if the polling place for this precinct would be moved to either precinct 30 or 31. I have noted the distance is over 10 miles and therefore meets the requirement of an exemption allowed by state law.

NEW BUSINESS:

A. We received the following financial statements:

West St. Mary Parish Port, Harbor and Terminal District – year ended December 31, 2013
St. Mary Parish Sales and Use Tax Department – year ended December 31, 2013

B. Melissa Blake, Director of Governmental Affairs and Public Affairs writes on behalf of Cox Communications, starting immediately, in new residential developments in all markets, we will build and deploy new infrastructure that will enable us to offer gigabit service to those customers who want it. Also, the company will begin market-wide deployment of gigabit speeds by the end of 2016.

We also announced that the speeds for our most popular tiers of service will double! Cox High Speed Internet Preferred will increase from 25 mbps to 50 mbps; Premier will increase from 50 mbps to 100.

High Definition channel launches:
Unimas HD Channel 1285
TV Land HD Channel 1063
QVC HD Channel 1008
Nick Jr HD Channel 1107
TVGN HD Channel 1160

C. Frank P. Grizzaffi, III, Mayor, City of Morgan City has written – we are requesting funds in the amount of $5,880 to purchase a 360 degree typhoon slide for Lawrence Park and $4,120 to purchase cement for the skate park.

Mr. Voisin moved funds in the amount $10,00 be allocated from the Gaming Receipt Fund to the City of Morgan City to purchase a 360 degree typhoon slide for Lawrence Park and to purchase cement for the skate park. Mr. Fryou seconded the motion, which carried.

D. Mr. Middleton to request an allocation of $40,000 from the Gaming Receipt Fund to construct a basketball court at St. Joseph Park.

Mr. Middleton moved that funds in the amount of $40,000 be allocated from the Gaming Receipt Fund
to construct a basketball court at St. Joseph Park. Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion, which carried.

E. Libby Noto, CGMP, Section Chief, Education Development JP-C Program Liaison has written enclosing the 2014 Attorney General’s Training Attendance Report for the elected justices of the peace and constables in your parish. This report provides their attendance record for each year and also indicates which justices of the peace and constables, if any, are non-compliant with their training requirements.

F. Repeal appointment (Ms. Wanda Childers) to the Mosquito Control District No. 1 Board of Commissioners – did not meet the qualifications to serve on the Board.

Mr. Voisin moved that Wanda Childers’ appointment to Mosquito Control District No. 1 Board of Commissioners be repealed. Mr. Hanagriff seconded the motion, which carried.

G. Appointments to the following Boards and Commissions:

Water & Sewer Commission No. 5 (Four Corners/Glencoe) – 2 Vacancies

Virginia Sutton – Present Member Merker Broussard, Sr.

Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District – 1 Vacancy

Pat Dehart Gary Duhon

Water and Sewer Commission No. 1 (Amelia/Siracusa) – 1 Vacancy

Sylvestor J. Verret

St. Mary Parish Planning and Zoning Commission – 1 Vacancy

Daniel Lipari

Recreation District No. 3 (Bayou Vista) – 1 Vacancy

Brian L. Head

Mrs. Morgan stated that Mr. Wilfred Edwards, Sr. telephoned after the deadline to request that he be considered for reappointment to the Board of Commissioners of Water & Sewer Commission No. 5.

Mr. Metz moved that Virginia Sutton and Wilfred Edward, Sr. be reappointed to Water & Sewer Commission No. 5 Board of Commissioners. Mr. Middleton seconded the motion, which carried.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that Gary Duhon be appointed to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District. Mr. Foulcard seconded the motion.

Amended motion was made by Mr. Voisin to appoint Pat Dehart to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District. Dr. Tregle seconded the amended motion, which failed by the following 5-6-0-0 Roll Call vote:

YEAS: Dr. Tregle, Messrs. Fryou, Voisin, Hanagriff and Singleton

NAYS: Messrs. Fromenthal, Foulcard, Bierhorst, Metz, Middleton and Hidalgo

ABSTAIN: None

ABSENT: None

The original motion to appoint Gary Duhon to the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District carried. Mr. Voisin voted No.

An appointment to Water and Sewer Commission No. 1 Board of Commissioners was postponed.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that Daniel Lipari be appointed to the St. Mary Parish Planning and Zoning Commission. Mr. Hanagriff seconded the motion, which carried.

Mr. Hidalgo moved that Brian L. Head be appointed to Recreation District No. 3 Board of Commissioners. Mr. Fromenthal seconded the motion, which carried.

There being no further business, Mr. Foulcard moved for adjournment. Dr. Tregle seconded the motion, which carried.

_________________________ _______________________________
Lisa C. Morgan, Clerk Steve Bierhorst, Chairman

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