A resolution urging the Congress of the United States to revise the Cable Communication Policy Act of 1984, and expressing general concern about the need for greater local government regulatory authority.
A resolution consenting and concurring in the sale, issuance and delivery of not exceeding $40,000,000 of Taxable Collateralized Mortgage Refunding Bonds, Series 1989 of the St. Tammany Parish Public Trust Financing Authority for the purpose of refunding all of the Authority’s outstanding bonds of an issue of Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds (Multiple Originators and Servicers), 1979 Series A; and to provide for other matters in connection therewith.
A resolution requesting the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, and the Department of Natural Resources extend dredging prohibition to three (3) miles from the shoreline of Lake Pontchartrain in St. Tammany Parish.
A resolution requesting the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development to install a protected left turn traffic signal for east bound traffic on Gause Boulevard at the intersection of Gause Boulevard and Midtown Square Shopping Center.
The Slidell City Council that it shall provide assistance with clearing clogged drains along the Rue Rochelle Roadway Improvement, to help with reconditioning the neutral grounds in areas effected by Phase I and Phase II of the project, to provide assistance in traffic control at the intersection of Rue Verand and Gause Boulevard, and to ensure that the barricades at the Audubon bridge were removed as soon as possible.
The Slidell City Council in legal session convened hereby recommends that the Administration develop an implementing plan towards solving the deficiencies noted above and set aside $100,000 for this purpose from the recently passed $1,100,000 Water Bond Issue.
A resolution authorizing the expenditure of $2,200 in conjunction with the National Pony Slow Pitch Championship Tournament conjunction for with girls the National sponsored by Pony the Slow Slidell Pitch Bantam Championship Baseball Association.
A resolution clarifying and requesting strict compliance and enforcement of all ordinances related to animal control. The Police Department is requested to strictly enforce all City ordinances addressing animal control issues.
A resolution authorizing the advertising for seiilled bids for the purchase of (i) One Million One Hundred Thousa;nd Dollars ($1,100,000) of General Obligation Water Bonds, Series 1989A, (ii) One Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,900,000) of General Obligation Sewer Bonds, Series 1989B and (iii) not exceeding Three Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, ($3,300,000) of General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 1989C, of the City of Slidell, State of Louisiana, all authorized at an election helci in said City on Tuesday, November 8, 1988; providing for the issuanc:e of a notice of such sale; authorizing the prepar;:1.tion and distribution of an official statement pertaining to said bonds; and providing for other matters in connection with the foregoing.
A resolution stipulating that the St. Tammany Parish Public Works Engineering Office shall have privilege of approval of roadway repairs within St. Tammany Parish rights-of-way connected with the extension of sanitary sewer service to the site of the proposed Slidell Retail Outlet Center at Interstate 10 and LA Highway 433.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that this council publicly expresses its deep and profound sympathy to the family of Frank J. Pichon, Jr. in recognition of his many years of public and private services to his church, community and friends.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that Mayor Alvin D. Singletary is hereby authorized to take all legal actions and execute all legal documents necessary in conjunction with the 201 Sewage Project.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session, convened, that the city administration is hereby authorized to proceed with recreational improvements to Clifton C. Ducksworth Park as specified in the approved Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant.
A vacancy exists in the duly elected office of
Mayor of the City of Slidell, and the Council, as local governing authority, are required by law to issue a proclamation calling an election to fill the vacancy.
The plans for development of the front twenty-five (25) acres for Schwegmann’s Giant Supermarket will have a dramatic impact on the residents of the immediate surrounding neighborhoods of Bon Village and Heritage Estates.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that this body offers no objection to the Department of Transportation and Development proceeding to study the alternate plan and provide its conclusions and recommendations back to the City Council on the feasibility of such plan for final support by the City Council.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that items which have not been included on the regular agenda and for which a suspension of rules are required be considered only after the regular agenda is completed.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that any candidates for political office are hereby requested not to utilize the names or positions of any council staff member or any council member, unless specifically authorized by said council member, in any shape or form, including campaign literature, campaign speeches and conversations relating to the campaign.
The Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc. yearly sponsors a Clean City Contest for Louisiana Municipalities, and; the competition generated through this program reflects in citizen’s awareness to the litter problem facing all municipalities.
The St. Tammany Parish Police Jury has been required to maintain the Bayou Vincent Drainage Facility, to insure Corp of Engineers Compliance, and; the St. Tammany Parish Police Jury is financially unable to fulfill this requirement, and; the Department of Transportation and Development, Office of Public Works, provides funding for projects such as the desnagging of Bayou Vincent throughout the State.
The Greater Slidell Area Events Center Committee is searching for available property on which to locate an Events Center, and; WHEREAS, the City of Slidell is the owner of 20.8 acres of land located on Camp Villere Road.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that the Mayor of the City of Slidell is hereby authorized to execute any and all necessary easement agreements relative to the Bayou Bonfouca Water Works Project.
The Slidell City Council has been petitioned by a group of qualified electors of the City of Slidell for the creation and incorporation of an industrial development board, pursuant to Title 51 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that Section 2.2304 (cl, relative to locating banners across public rights of way, of Ordinance No. 1490, a Sign Ordinance, is hereby waived for Slidell Memorial Hospital for the dates of May 20, 1985 through May 27, 1985 for Slidell Memorial Hospital’s Memorial Day Festival.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that, upon the recommendation of the city administration, the following utilities are hereby accepted by and dedicated to the City: 1. Ramada Inn pump station and force main. 2. NME pump station and force main. 3. Lindberg pump station and the eighteen inch (18″) force main from the pump station to the sewage treatment plant.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that Mayor Alvin D. Singletary is hereby authorized to execute an easement agreement with Southern Railway Corporation for the City of Slidell to install a water line in the railway easement at the intersection of Bayou Liberty Road and Front Street.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, that Mayor Salvatore A. Caruso is hereby authorized to take all legal actions and execute all legal documents necessary in conjunction with the 201 Sewage Project.
The Slidell City Council, in legal session convened, does hereby proclaim May 19 – 25, 1985 as NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS WEEK and call upon all citizens and civic organizations to acquaint themselves with the problems involved in providing our public works and to recognize the contributions which public works officials make every day to our health, safety and comfort.
A resolution amending a resolution authorizing the sale of Four Hundred Seventy-Eight Thousand Dollars ($478,000) water certificates of the City of Slidell, Louisiana adopted on the 14th day of May, 1985.
Whereas, the Slidell Jaycees have conducted a preliminary to the Miss America Pageant, and by conducting the Miss Slidell Pageant, Slidell has a contestant who will represent this city for the title of Miss Louisiana.
Whereas, the Slidell City Council has authorized the expenditure of Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) for the employment of a consultant to do a study of a proposed Greater Slidell Area Events Center .
The president of the City Council then announced that it was time to receive the proposals for the purchase of Four Hundred Seventy Eight Thousand ($478,000.00) Dollars Water Certificates of the City of Slidell, Louisiana.
The president of the City Council then announced that it was time to receive the proposals for the purchase of Five Hundred Forty Thousand ($540,000,00) Dollars Sewer Certificates of Sewerage District No. 1-A of the City of Slidell, Louisiana.
A resolution accepting and approving the amended certified statement or report of Cartier and Associates, Inc., consulting engineers, showing in detail the total cost of the construction of sewerage improvements within the corporate limits of Sewerage District No. 1-A of the City of Slidell, Louisiana, including the engineer’s and attorney’s fees and all other costs incidental thereto, together with the amount thereof chargable to each Jot or parcel of real estate abutting such improvements.
A resolution approving a project for John B. Lepore through the Louisiana public facilities authority; approving application to the state bond commission; urging the state bond commission to grant its approval to the project and to provide for other matters in connection with the foregoing.
The city requests Central Louisiana Electric Co., Inc. and Louisiana Gas Service Co. to continue requiring electricity and gas customers to show their city utility permit prior to providing said customers with electric service.
The future growth of the City of Slidell would be adversely affected by the incorporation of a village in the Bonfouca area, and; such an incorporation would be detrimental to the welfare of the citizens of Slidell, present and future.