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Parish &

City Officials
Parish President
Michael S. Yenni
Parish Council
Cynthia Lee-Sheng ,
Chairwoman
Dist. 1: Ricky J. Templet
Dist. 2: Paul D. Johnston
Dist. 3: Mark D. Spears, Jr.
Dist. 4: E. Ben Zahn, III
Dist. 5: Jennifer VanVrancken
Council At Large
Div. A: Christopher I.
Roberts
Div. B: Cythia Lee-Sheng
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:
Raymond Waguespack
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.

Jefferson, Louisiana
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
The Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, met in regular
session on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at ten (10:00) oclock a.m. in the Council
Chambers, Joseph S. Yenni Building, Jefferson, Louisiana.
Ms. Cynthia Lee-Sheng, Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council presided,
called the meeting to order. A moment of silence was requested for Mr. Roland
Mollere and Mr. Bauman Bourgeois who recently died. Eula A. Lopez recited
a prayer. Ms. Diane Roussel lead everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance to the
Flag of the United States of America.
The Chairman then requested the Parish Clerk to call the roll. The
following members were present: Cynthia Lee-Sheng, Chairwoman, and
Councilmembers: Ricky Templet, Paul D. Johnston, Mark Spears, Christopher
Roberts, Ben Zahn, and Jennifer Van Vrancken.
The following members were absent: None
Michael S. Yenni, Parish President; Keith Conley, Chief Operating Officer;,
Michael J. Power Parish Attorney; Directors of the following Departments:
Ms. Terri Wilkinson, Director Planning; Timothy Palmatier, Finance; Kazem
Alikhani, Public Works; Alan Gandolfi, Research Director; Tiffany Wilken,
Legal Analysis Director; Deon Green, Legal Analysis Director; Sonny
Burmaster, Chief of Staff; and Eula A. Lopez, Parish Clerk.
The following members were absent: None
The Chairman called upon the Honorable Michael S. Yenni, Parish President to
address the Council at this time.
The next item of business was adoption of the consent agenda.
It was on motion of Mr. Roberts and seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng that the
Consent Agenda be adopted.
Vote on the adoption of the foregoing motion resulted as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.


MINUTES

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on


Summary No. 24373 of an ordinance amending Section 17-20 of the Code
regarding support of the prison medical unit is deferred to June 22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24447 an ordinance amending the Code to establish requirements
with regard to the submission of invoices from sub-consultants to the Parish and
the timely payment of sub-consultants by primary consultants under contract
with the Parish or with any of the Parishs departments, agencies or districts is
deferred to June 22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24480 of an ordinance to amend Section 20-4 et seq. of the Code
of Ordinances in order to amend charitable bingo and/or keno requirements is
deferred to June 22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #4
on the agenda of a resolution selecting a qualified Employee Benefits
Consultant interested in providing actuarial calculations as required by GASB
(Governmental Accounting Standards Board) Statements #43 and #45 OPEB
(Other Postemployment Benefits) for Jefferson Parish be and is hereby deferred
until June 22, 2016. (Parishwide) (Approved by Mr. Roberts at the request of the
Administration)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127169
A resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session as authorized
by LA RS 46:1073(B), to discuss and/or develop marketing strategies and

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

HARAHAN
Mayor:
Tina Miceli
Council Members
Timothy Baudier
Susan Benton
Dana Huete
Craig Johnston
Carrie Wheeler
Chief of Police
Tim Walker
Justice of the Peace
Kevin J. Centanni
JEAN LAFITTE
Mayor:
Timothy P. Kerner
Council Members
Barry Barthomey
Shirley Guillie
Chirsty N. Creppel
Calvin LeBeau
Verna Smith
Chief of Police
Marcell Rodriguez
KENNER
Mayor
Michael S. Yenni
Council Members
At-Large: Maria C.
DeFrancesch, Division A
At-Large: Keith A. Conley,
Division B
District 1: Gregory W.
Carroll
District 2: Michael G.
Mike Sigur
District 3: Keith M.
Reynaud
District 4: Leonard J. Cline
District 5: Dominick F.
Impastato, III

Council Members
Dist. 1: Hon. Glenn Green,
Sr.
Dist 2: Hon. Johnny S.
Nobles, Jr.
Dist 3: Hon. Norman J.
Fonseca
Dist. 4: Hon. Garrison J.
Toups, Sr.
Dist 5: Hon. Larry J.
Warino, Sr.
Chief of Police
Hon. Dwaye J. Munch, Sr.
JEDCO
Chairman: Paul Rivera
Vice Chairman: Mark
Madderra
Treasurer: Bruce Layburn
Secretary: Mario Bazile

Jimmy Baum
David Colvin
Tina Dandry-Mayes
Bruce Dantin
Joe Ewell (Past Chairman)
Jim Garvey (Past Chairman)
Roy Gattuso
Greg Jordan (Past Chairman)
Steve LaChute
Joe Liss
Dr. Vinicio Madrigal (Past
Chairman)
Lynda Nugent-Smith (Past
Chairwoman)
Mayra Pineda
Bill Peperone
Mike Rongey
Stan Salathe (Past Chairman)

Chief of Police
Michael J. Glaser

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

WESTWEGO
Mayor
Hon. John I. Shaddinger, Jr.

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

strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services District No. 2,
and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 46, Section 1073(B) allows
a hospital service district commission to hold an executive session for the
discussion and development of marketing strategies and strategic plans;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, sitting
as the governing authority of Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services
District No.2.
SECTION 1. That the Council be and is hereby authorized to go into executive
session as authorized by LA RS 46:1073 (B), to discuss and/or develop
marketing strategies and strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health
Services District No. 2.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA 70058, Circle K #2707666, 2699 Barataria


Blvd., Marrero, LA 70072, Circle K #2707667, 5000 Westbank Expressway,
Marrero, LA 70072, Circle K #2707668, 2209 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie,
LA 70001, Circle K #2707669, 3530 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie, LA 70002,
Circle K #2707670, 4601 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70006, Circle
K #2707671, 3140 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70002 are hereby
approved.
SECTION 2. That the Sheriff, Ex-Officio Tax Collector for the Parish of
Jefferson be and is hereby authorized to issue proper licenses to cover the herein
approved applications within the time prescribed by law.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127172
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# 21978, 23505, 31601, 39442, 39979, 40476, 42766, 43316, 44184, 61479,
64339, 66379, 79259, 81799, 82599, 83259, 84599, 84619, 84620, 84639,
84659, 84739, 84759, 84819, 84839, 84959
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following


resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127170
A resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session as authorized
by LA RS 46:1073(B) to discuss and/or develop marketing strategies and
strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services District No. 1,
and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 46, Section 1073(B) allows
a hospital service district commission to hold an executive session for the
discussion and development of marketing strategies and strategic plans;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, sitting
as the governing authority of Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services
District No. 1
SECTION 1. That the Council be and is hereby authorized to go into executive
session as authorized by LA RS 46:1073 (B) to discuss and/or develop marketing
strategies and strategic plans for Jefferson Parish Hospital and Health Services
District No. 1.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng was moved, that the
reading of the minutes of the Jefferson Parish Council Meeting of Wednesday,
May 25, 2016 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 be corrected with notations of corrections of
publication as follows.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, May 25, 2016
Published In:
The Advocate, June 1, 2016
Under Resolution 127132, in section 2 it is missing the project and sub no. at the
end of the account number.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127171
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit Nos. 32922443, 30333996,
30336180 and (34) Officer/Manager Permits: Eddie Franklin, Jr. for Walgreens
#06637, 1544 Manhattan Blvd., Harvey, LA 70058, Kimberly DeSousa and
Sheelagh Beaulieu for CVS/Pharmacy #05543, 2850 Highway 90 West,
Avondale, LA 70094, CVS/Pharmacy #05441, 4301 Airline Drive, Metairie,
LA 70001, CVS/Pharmacy #05409, 1950 Barataria Blvd., Marrero, LA 70072,
CVS/Pharmacy #05383, 5004 W. Esplanade Avenue, Metairie, LA 70006,
CVS/Pharmacy #05340, 9643-B Jefferson Highway, River Ridge, LA 70123,
CVS/Pharmacy #01939, 1801 Jefferson Highway, Jefferson, LA 70121, CVS/
Pharmacy #10220, 101 David Drive, Metairie, LA 70003, CVS/Pharmacy
#10145, 1401 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70005, CVS/Pharmacy
#01017, 5300 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70003, CVS/Pharmacy
#08921, 2831 Belle Chasse Highway, Terrytown, LA 70056, CVS/Pharmacy
#05599, 1600 Lapalco Blvd., Harvey, LA 70058, CVS/Pharmacy #08999, 2105
Cleary Avenue, Metairie, LA 70001, CVS/Pharmacy #05342, 3535 Severn
Avenue, Metairie, LA 70002, Kim Kwiatkowski for Circle K #2707662, 1570


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127173
A resolution authorizing the Department of Purchasing to advertise and accept
sealed bids for a two (2) year contract for the Restoration of Sidewalks and
Driveways, in accordance with specifications prepared by the Jefferson Parish
Engineering Department (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, an independent contractor is required to install sidewalks and
driveways removed or damaged during public utility repairs throughout the
Parish.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized
to advertise for a two (2) year contract for sealed bids for the Restoration of
Sidewalks and Driveways Contract, in accordance with specifications prepared
by the Jefferson Parish Engineering Department.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements as are provided in
regular Jefferson Parish advertising procedures, be included in the advertisement
for said project.
SECTION 3. That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 44940-40237344-2 of the user department.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and approve all documents necessary to give full force and effect
to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June,
2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127174
A resolution authorizing the advertisement for sealed bids for improvements to
Pontchartrain Gardens Drainage, in accordance with the Plans and Specifications
prepared by Meyer Engineers, Ltd. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the Council has engaged the services of Meyer Engineers,
Ltd. to perform engineering services to provide plans and specifications for
improvements to Pontchartrain Gardens Drainage.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Purchasing Department of the Jefferson Parish Finance
Department, be and is hereby authorized, to advertise for sealed bids for
improvements to Pontchartrain Gardens Drainage in accordance with the Plans
and Specifications as prepared by Meyer Engineers, Ltd.
SECTION 2. That all necessary requirements are included as provided by
Jefferson Parish advertising procedures in the advertisement, the Bid Proposal
Form and Specifications for said project.
SECTION 3. That all costs associated with the improvements to Pontchartrain
Gardens Drainage are charged to the following Account Number(s): 45310-4077-

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7454 (53107.001).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127175
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to advertise for bids for
labor, materials, equipment, etc. to purchase and install one (1) new 500 ton
Water Cooled Air Conditioning Chiller Unit located in the General Government
Complex-Central Plant, 960 1st Street, Gretna, LA, for the Department of
General Services. (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, existing equipment is approaching its life span of operation and
WHEREAS, the current chiller equipment has been determined to be inefficient;
and
WHEREAS, continuous repairs are causing budget constraints; and
WHEREAS, a new chiller will allow for redundancy thus reducing the risk of
facility down time; and
WHEREAS, the new chiller will be water cooled which will allow for use in the
event of the loss of water pressure.
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 be and is hereby authorized to
advertise for bids for labor, materials, equipment, etc. to purchase and install
one (1) new 500 ton Water Cooled Air Conditioning Chiller Unit located in the
General Government Complex-Central Plant, 960 1st Street, Gretna, LA, for the
Department of General Services.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures shall be charged to Account No. 45850-40857431.2(58514.018).
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127176
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Enmon Enterprises, LLC
dba Jani-King of New Orleans, under Bid Proposal No. 50-00115937 for a three
year contract for temporary personnel services at the John A. Alario, Sr. Event
Center at the bid tabulation price of $48,531.60. Maximum expenditures for this
contract shall not exceed $96,000.00 for the three years, by a factor of not more
than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, bids were received on May 5, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible bid was received by Enmon Enterprises,
LLC dba Jani-King of New Orleans in the amount of $48,531.60.
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 Enmon Enterprises, LLC dba
Jani-King of New Orleans under Bid Proposal No. 50-00115937 for a three
year contract for temporary personnel services for the John A. Alario, Sr. Event
Center, at the bid tabulation price of $48,531.60, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the term of this contract shall commence upon July 31, 2016
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.
21850-2615-7350 of the Department of John A. Alario, Sr. Event Center.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $96,000.00 for
the three year(s), by a factor of not more than 10% without amendment to the
contract authorized by resolution of the Council.
SECTION 5: That the Council Chairwoman or, in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127177
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Dyna-Play LLC for labor,
materials, and equipment to install a tot lot at Kennedy Heights Playground in the
amount of $118,048.00 from bids received under Bid No. 50-116064 received on
May 10, 2016 for the Department of Parks and Recreation. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, specifications were submitted for a public bid and Dyna-Play LLC
was the overall low bidder.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Parks and Recreation of said Parish:
SECTION 1: Accept the lowest responsible bid of Dyna-Play LLC for labor,
materials, and equipment to install a tot lot at Kennedy Heights Playground in
the amount of $118,048.00 from bids received under Bid No. 50-116064 received
on May 10, 2016 for the Department of Parks and Recreation.
SECTION 2: That the Chairwoman of the Council, or in her absence, the ViceChairman is hereby authorized to execute any contract documents to give effect
to this acceptance in accordance with the requirements and specifications.
SECTION 3: The cost of this project is to be charged as follows: 44670-40147431.1 (46716.004).
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 this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127178
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bids of MWI Veterinary Supply
and Merritt Veterinary Supplies, Inc., to provide a two (2) year contract for
Veterinary Supplies for the Department of Animal Shelter with a total contract
caps of $25,000.00 and $34,000.00. Compensation shall not exceed contract
amounts by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parish Wide) (Proposal No. 5000116160)
WHEREAS, MWI Veterinary Supply is awarded items: 1-4, 6, for a total contract
cap of $25,000.00 and compensation shall not exceed contract cap amounts by
a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by a
resolution of the Council; and,
WHEREAS, Merritt Veterinary Supplies is awarded items: 9-13, for a total
contract cap of $34,000.00 and compensation shall not exceed contract cap
amounts by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council; and,
WHEREAS, Item numbers 5, 7 and 8 are to be deleted from the bid due to no
quotes received.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority for all departments in
Jefferson Parish;
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bids of MWI Veterinary Supply and
Merritt Veterinary Supplies, Inc. to provide a two (2) year contract for the
Department of Animal Shelter with a total contract caps of $25,000.00 and
$34,000.00 be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That MWI Veterinary Supply is awarded items: 1-4, 6, for a
total contract cap of $25,000.00 and compensation shall not exceed contract
cap amounts by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by a resolution of the Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 3. That Merritt Veterinary Supplies is awarded items: 9-13, for a
total contract cap of $34,000.00 and compensation shall not exceed contract
cap amounts by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 4. That the term of this contract shall commence upon the adoption
date of this resolution.
SECTION 5. That the expenditures incurred will be charged to the Animal
Shelter Account NO. 21710-2200-7232.8.

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SECTION 6. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence, the ViceChairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
make this resolution effective.
The foregoing resolution, having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th
day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO.127179
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid from Cimsco Inc. under
Proposal No. 50-116244 for a one (1) year contract for the supply of couplings
at the tabulation price of $231,494.64 for the Department of Public Works,
Water Department (All Divisions). Maximum expenditures shall not exceed
$250,000.00 for the one (1) 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 two (2) bids received for Proposal No. 50-116244; and
WHEREAS, Cimsco, Inc. submitted the lowest responsible bid; and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $250,000.00 for the one
(1) 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 Cimsco, Inc. under
Proposal No. 50-116244 for a one (1) year contract for the supply of couplings
at the bid tabulation prices of $231,494.64 for the Department of Public Works,
Water Department (All Divisions) are 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 Account Number 7454 of
the user department.
SECTION 4. That the cumulative total of expenditures under Proposal
No. 50-116244 shall be limited to $250,000.00 for the one (1) 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 Chairperson of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his/
her absence the Vice-Chairperson, be and is hereby authorized, empowered and
directed to sign and approve any and all documents necessary to implement this
resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127180
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of
Delaware, Bid No. 50-115829, to provide a two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the East Bank of Jefferson Parish
for the Jefferson Department of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures shall
not exceed $175,000.00 for the two (2) year period; the term of this contract
shall commence upon the adoption date of this resolution and shall terminate
at midnight of the date immediately preceding the second anniversary date
thereafter; and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more
than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, expenditures under the current two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the East Bank of Jefferson
Parish, (CN#55-14158) covering the period of (3/20/14-3/19/16), Bid No. 50108198 with Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of Delaware, are $142,007.00 thru 3/19/16.
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 Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of
Delaware, Bid No. 50-115829, to provide a two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the East Bank of Jefferson Parish
for the Jefferson Department of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures shall
not exceed $175,000.00 for the two (2) year period; the term of this contract
shall commence upon the adoption date of this resolution and shall terminate
at midnight of the date immediately preceding the second anniversary date
thereafter; and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more
than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the term of the contract shall commence upon the adoption
date of this resolution and shall terminate at midnight of the date immediately
preceding the second anniversary date thereafter; and that payment is hereby
authorized for services associated with this contract upon adoption of this
Resolution.
SECTION 3. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7344.14, Decorative Lighting Maintenance, of the User Department. The contract
cap shall be set at $175,000.00 for the two (2) year period and 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 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Hi-Tech
Electric, Inc. of Delaware.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127181
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of
Delaware, Bid No. 50-115830, to provide a two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the West Bank of Jefferson
Parish for the Jefferson Department of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures
shall not exceed $100,000.00 for the two (2) year period; the term of this contract
shall commence upon the adoption date of this resolution and shall terminate
at midnight of the date immediately preceding the second anniversary date
thereafter; and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more
than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, expenditures under the current two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the West Bank of Jefferson
Parish, (CN#55-14157) covering the period of (3/20/14-3/19/16), Bid No. 50108199 with Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of Delaware, are $59,648.00 thru 3/19/16.
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 Hi-Tech Electric, Inc. of
Delaware, Bid No. 50-115830, to provide a two (2) year contract for decorative
and landscape lighting maintenance throughout the West Bank of Jefferson
Parish for the Jefferson Department of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures
shall not exceed $100,000.00 for the two (2) year period; the term of this contract
shall commence upon the adoption date of this resolution and shall terminate
at midnight of the date immediately preceding the second anniversary date
thereafter; and compensation shall not exceed this amount by a factor of more
than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the
Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the term of the contract shall commence upon the adoption
date of this resolution and shall terminate at midnight of the date immediately
preceding the second anniversary date thereafter; and that payment is hereby
authorized for services associated with this contract upon adoption of this
Resolution.
SECTION 3. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7344.14, Decorative Lighting Maintenance, of the User Department. The contract
cap shall be set at $100,000.00 for the two (2) year period and 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 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Hi-Tech
Electric, Inc. of Delaware.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:

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The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127182
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of ARC Mechanical
Contractors, Inc., bid under Bid No. 50-115905, to provide a three (3) year
contract to inspect, test, re-build, and replace backflow preventers for various
properties under the jurisdiction of the Department of General Services, with a
total cap of three hundred forty thousand three hundred dollars ($340,300.00), for
the Department of General Services. Compensation shall not exceed this amount
by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on May 3, 2016; and
WHEREAS, service is needed to comply with local, state, and federal
regulations; and
WHEREAS, ARC Mechanical Contractors, Inc. was the lowest responsible bid
received; and
WHEREAS, the following facilities will be serviced by this contract: Marrero
Senior Center, Jefferson Parish Correctional Center, West Bank Health
Unit, Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority, General Government
Building, Central Plant, Thomas F. Donelon Building, Second Parish Court,
District Attorney Building, Salvador A. Liberto Building, Inspection & Code
Enforcement, Emergency Operating & Communication Center, Local History
Museum, Joseph S. Yenni Building, First Parish Court, Metairie Senior Center,
East Bank Health Unit, East Bank Juvenile Services Building, Jefferson Senior
Center, Bridge City Senior Center, East Bank Animal Shelter, Juvenile Court,
Juvenile Services, and Rivarde Detention Center; and
WHEREAS, expenditures under contract 55-14495 with ARC Mechanical
Contractors, Inc., are $45,300.00, covering the period from 10/03/14 to 5/10/16;
and
WHEREAS, current contract 55-14495 will expire on 10/02/16; and
WHEREAS, the contract will be for a period of three (3) years beginning
10/3/16.
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 ARC Mechanical Contractors,
Inc., bid under Bid No. 50-115905, to provide a three (3) year contract to inspect,
test, re-build, and replace backflow preventers for various properties under the
jurisdiction of the Department of General Services, with a total cap of three
hundred forty thousand three hundred dollars ($340,300.00), , be and is hereby
accepted. 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 2. The following facilities will be serviced by this contract:
Marrero Senior Center, Jefferson Parish Correctional Center, West Bank
Health Unit, Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority, General Government
Building, Central Plant, Thomas F. Donelon Building, Second Parish Court,
District Attorney Building, Salvador A. Liberto Building, Inspection & Code
Enforcement, Emergency Operating & Communication Center, Local History
Museum, Joseph S. Yenni Building, First Parish Court, Metairie Senior Center,
East Bank Health Unit, East Bank Juvenile Services Building, Jefferson Senior
Center, Bridge City Senior Center, East Bank Animal Shelter, Juvenile Court,
Juvenile Services, and Rivarde Detention Center
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with ARC
Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127183
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid, under Bid Proposal No. 5000116267, of Lavigne Oil Company of Baton Rouge, LLC, for a two (2) year
contract for a supply of diesel & gasoline (bulk fuel) (Department of Central
Garage) at the bid tabulation price of $272,603.24. This contract will not exceed
the maximum expenditure of $2,500,000.00 for the two years and compensation
should not exceed this amount by a factor of more than 10% without an
amendment to the contract authorized by resolution of the Council. The term of
this contract will be from 10/14/2016 through 10/13/2018. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, unforeseeable events and uncontrollable circumstances cause this
annual contract expenditure to vary; and
WHEREAS, the current contract with Retif Oil & Fuel, LLC during the period
from 10/14/2014 to present, the expenditures have totaled $852,960.79; and
WHEREAS, a maximum expenditure not to exceed $2,500,000.00 for the two
years, will insure that the Department of Central Garage has sufficient funding to
cover bulk fuel-diesel and gasoline.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible bid of Lavigne Oil Company of Baton
Rouge, LLC, under Bid Proposal No. 50-00116267, for a two (2) year contract
for diesel and gasoline (bulk fuel) (Department of Central Garage), at the bid
tabulation price of $272,603.24, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2: That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign a contract
and/or the Purchasing Department may issue a purchase order with the above
mentioned bidder, which contract and/or purchase order shall include the bid
proposal and specifications for said two (2) year contract for diesel and gasoline
(bulk fuel) (the term of this contract will be from 10/14/2016 through 10/13/18)
(Department of Central Garage), as part of the contract and/or purchase order
documents.
SECTION 3: That this contract/purchase order will not exceed a maximum of
$2,500,000.00 for the two years (compensation should not exceed this amount
by a factor of more than 10% without an amendment to the contract authorized
by resolution of the Council) without further approval by the Jefferson Parish
Council in the form of a resolution duly adopted.
SECTION 4: That the cost of the above is to be charged to Budget Account No.
7225.X of the user department. Fund Name: Bulk Fuel & Gasoline.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ASBSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127184
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Rotolo Consultants, Inc.,
Bid No. 50-116100, to provide a two (2) year contract for chemical maintenance
for Veterans Blvd., CPZ improvements (phases 1-10) for the Jefferson Parish
Department of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures shall not exceed
$200,000.00 for the two (2) year period; the term of this contract will commence
on July 26, 2016, and end on July 25, 2018; and compensation shall not exceed
this amount by a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract
authorized by resolution of the Council. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, expenditures under the current two year contract for Veterans
Blvd., CPZ improvements (phases 1-9), (CN#55-14325) covering the period of
(7/26/14-7/25/16), Bid No. 50-109462 with Foret Contracting Group, LLC, are
$158,218.23 thru 5/9/16.
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 Rotolo Consultants, Inc., Bid
No. 50-116100, to provide a two (2) year contract for chemical maintenance for
Veterans Blvd., CPZ improvements (phases 1-10) for the Jefferson Department
of Public Works Parkways. Expenditures shall not exceed $200,000.00 for the
two (2) year period; the term of this contract will commence on July 26, 2016,
and end on July 25, 2018; and compensation shall not exceed this amount by
a factor of more than 10% without amendment to the contract authorized by
resolution of the Council, be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7341.9, Weed Contract, of the User Department. The contract cap shall be set
at $200,000.00 for the two (2) year period and 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 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute a contract and all related documents with Rotolo
Consultants, Inc..
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None

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The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127185
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Southeast Safety & Supply,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-00116269 for a two (2) year contract for the supply
of rubber steel toe boots at the bid tabulation price of $122,067.50. Maximum
expenditures for this contract shall not exceed $160,000.00 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, there were three (3) bids received for Proposal No. 50-00116269;
and
WHEREAS, Southeast Safety & Supply submitted the lowest responsible bid;
and
WHEREAS, maximum expenditures shall not exceed $160,000.00 for the two
(2) year period, for the supply of rubber steel toe boots; 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 Southeast Safety & Supply,
under Bid Proposal No. 50-00116269 for a two (2) year contract for the supply
of rubber steel toe boots, at the bid tabulation price of $122,067.50, 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.
7232.8 of the user Department.
SECTION 4: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $160,000.00 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 Chairwoman or, in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127186
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Better Pumps & Solutions,
LLC, under Proposal No. 50-116305, for a one-time purchase of a six inch
dri-prime trailer mounted pump for the Eastbank Wastewater Treatment Plant,
for the Jefferson Parish Department of Sewerage, at the bid tabulation price of
$54,677.00. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the pump will be used to pump down the tanks at the Eastbank
Wastewater Treatment Plant, and;
WHEREAS, this pump will replace the existing pump at the Eastbank
Wastewater Treatment Plant. The pump currently in place is over 30 years old
and in need of replacement, and;
WHEREAS, four valid bids were received by the Purchasing Department.
However, in review of all valid bids, the Department of Sewerage determined
that the lowest three bidders did not meet specifications. Hertz Equipment Rental
Corporation, Associated Pump & Supply, and Thompson Pump & Manufacturing
Company, bid on pumps that did not have the specified impeller. The bid by
Better Pumps and Solutions, LLC is the only bid providing the specified impeller
on the pump, which will allow the pump to pass any solids coming through
the plant. As a result of not meeting specifications, the three lowest bidders are
rejected as non-responsive.
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 Better Pumps & Solutions,
LLC, under Proposal No. 50-116305, for a one-time purchase of a six inch
dri-prime trailer mounted pump for the Eastbank Wastewater Treatment Plant,
for the Jefferson Parish Department of Sewerage, at the bid tabulation price of
$54,677.00 be and is hereby accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Purchasing Department be and is hereby authorized to
issue a purchase order for the purchase of said item, in accordance with the terms
of the bid proposal and this resolution.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this item be charged to Sewerage Capital
Improvements Program Budget Account No. 45040-4027-7742(50412.001).
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman or in her absence, the ViceChairman be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by, Ms. Lee-Sheng the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127187
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Deubler Electric Inc.
under Bid Proposal No. 50-115870 for labor, material and equipment required
for East Bank WWTP Effluent Pump Improvements for a base bid amount
of $1,936,000.00 and the cost of the contract not to exceed without a ratified
Change Order, to execute Designation of Construction Contractor as Agent
of a Governmental Entity documents for Deubler Electric Inc. and its SubContractors (Council District No. 2)
WHEREAS, the Parish has engaged GreenPoint Engineering, LLC as part of the
Sewerage Capital Improvement Program to prepare the plans and specifications
for East Bank WWTP Effluent Pump Improvements, SCIP Project No. C5120,
hereinafter referred to as the Project; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has received bids on April 12, 2016, for labor,
materials, and equipment required for the project; and
WHEREAS, a bid extension letter from the contractor extends the bid till June
26, 2016; and
WHEREAS, Deubler Electric Inc. submitted the lowest responsible bid under
Proposal No. 50-115870 at the total base cost of $1,936,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the bid of Deubler Electric Inc. is in order and within the available
construction budget for the project; and
WHEREAS, GreenPoint Engineering, LLC. has recommended that award of the
contract be made to the lowest responsible Deubler Electric Inc.; and
WHEREAS, this construction project requires procuring large quantity of
material and equipment; and
WHEREAS, the construction documents allow for the Parish of Jefferson to
designate the General Contractor (Deubler Electric Inc.) and its Sub-Contractors
(Gootee Construction, Inc. and Gulf Coast Scarp and Salvage), to act as the
Parishs Purchasing Agent for tax exempt purposes for the duration of this
project; and
WHEREAS, purchases by Deubler Electric Inc. and its Sub-Contractors for this
project will be paid by the Parish of Jefferson, with care and custody being the
duty of the Contractors; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to take advantage of the sales tax exempt
status on for the East Bank WWTP Effluent Pump Improvements Project
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Department of
Sewerage of said Parish:
SECTION 1: That the lowest responsible base bid of Deubler Electric Inc.
received April 12, 2016, under Proposal No. 50-115870 in the amount of
$1,936,000.00 for labor, material and equipment required for East Bank WWTP
Effluent Pump Improvements, SCIP Project No. C5120 be and is hereby
accepted.
SECTION 2: That the cost for this construction is to be funded from Account No.
44940-4023-7454 (49433.002) of the Department of Sewerage.
SECTION 3: That maximum expenditures shall not exceed $1,936,000.00
without a ratified change order.
SECTION 4. That the bid documents include a provision allowing Deubler
Electric Inc. and its Sub-Contractors (Gootee Construction, Inc. and Gulf Coast
Scarp and Salvage) to act as the Parishs Purchasing Agent for tax exempt
purposes.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign and execute any and all documents relating to the Parish of
Jeffersons participating in utilizing the Sales Tax Exempt Status for the duration
of this project.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

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YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Templet
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127188
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the
contract with, R. Seibert Construction, LLC, for an increase of $1,120.00 to the
contract amount and ten (10) calendar days to the contract time, which contract
dated September 21, 2015 covers the Resident Housing at Whitney-Barataria
Pumping Station, Belle Chasse, LA, for the Drainage Department; Contract
No. 55-0015336, Proposal No. 50-00113259. Work associated with this Change
Order No. 1 (Final) is complete and is within the original scope of the project.
(Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, it was determined reframing of bathroom walls was necessary to
accommodate the tub units due to the discontinuation of the previously specified
units, which resulted in an addition to the contract in the amount of $700.00; and,
WHEREAS, it was determined the need for a change in the fiberglass columns
needed to match the architectural style, which resulted in an addition to the
contract in the amount of $420.00; and,
WHEREAS, it was necessary to add ten (10) calendar days for the
aforementioned modifications to the design; and,
WHEREAS, Change Order No. 1 (Final) in the amount of $1,120.00 represents a
0.34% increase to the original contract amount; and,
WHEREAS, the total of Change Order No. 1 (Final) amounts to an increase to
the contract amount from $328,000.00 to $329,120.00.
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 the contract with R. Seibert Construction, LLC, for an increase
of $1,120.00 to the contract amount and ten (10) calendar days to the contract
time, which contract, dated September 21, 2015, covers the Resident Housing
at Whitney-Barataria Pumping Station, Belle Chasse, LA, for the Drainage
Department; Contract No. 55-0015336, Proposal No. 50-00113259, which is
recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in Instrument
No. 11543606, Mortgage Book 4666, Page 211.
SECTION 2. That the cost of this construction is to be funded from Account No.
45210-4037-7454 (52110.042).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve
said Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127189
A resolution authorizing and approving Change Order No. 2 to the contract with
Cheniere Construction, Inc., for an additional $24,455.76 to the contract amount
and adding one hundred eighty (180) days to the contract term, which contract
dated June 19, 2015, is for the improvements to the boat launch at Glisson Park,
Proposal No. 50-112818, Contract No. 55-15184. Work associated with this
Change Order is within the original scope of the project. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, two new piles were driven for the dock and additional wood boards
were added to the Boat Launch Ramp, Flares and Fishing Pier; and
WHEREAS, additional days are needed to complete the additional work and for
delays on the original scope of work waiting on the Tide to be low enough to
install the lower wood bumper boards; and
WHEREAS, Change Order 1 was approved by Council on October 7, 2015 for
an additional $9,133.80 to treat piles for brackish water; and
WHEREAS, the net total of Change Order No. 1 and 2 amounts to an increase
to the contract in the amount of $33,589.56 and the total of these two Change
Orders represents a 17.96% increase to the contract amount from $187,000.00 to
$220,589.56.
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 Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize and
approve Change Order No. 2 to the contract with Cheniere Construction, Inc.,
for an additional $24,455.76 to the contract amount and adding one hundred
eighty (180) days to the contract term, which contract dated June 19, 2015, is for
the improvements to the boat launch at Glisson Park, Proposal No. 50-112818,
Contract No. 55-15184. Work associated with this Change Order is within the
original scope of the project, which is recorded with the Clerk of Court in and for
the Parish of Jefferson M.O.B 4655, Page 705, Instrument No. 11526312.
SECTION 2. Because of the dollar amount Change Order 1 is not recorded with
the Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson.
SECTION 3. That the cost associated with Change Order No. 2 shall be charged
to Account No. 44670-4014-7431.1 (46739.002).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her 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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127190
A resolution granting Substantial Completion on April 21, 2016 to contract
number 55-15341 (Instrument No. 11544292, MOB 4666, folio 640 with
Robert Wolfe Construction Inc., dated November 1, 2015, bid under Bid No.
50-00112628, for Renovations to Live Oak Library for the Jefferson Parish
Department. (Council District No. 3)
WHEREAS, substantial completion will be granted with punch list items to be
completed; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has withheld monies over and above Retainage
from the amount due to the contractor to cover the cost of punch list items; and
WHEREAS, when this resolution is filed with the Clerk of Court by the
Contractor, the lien and privilege period will begin; and
WHEREAS, all other terms and conditions shall remain the same.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Robert Wolfe Construction Inc., is hereby granted, effective
upon adoption of this resolution, an acceptance for their completed contract
(subject to the completion of the attached punch list items), for labor and
materials necessary to construct all elements of the contract under Proposal
No. 50-00112628, for Renovations to Live Oak Library for the Jefferson Parish
Library Department, which contract is recorded with the Jefferson Parish Clerk
of Court in Instrument No. 11544292, MOB 4666, folio 640.
SECTION 2. That Robert Wolfe Construction Inc., is hereby authorized to file a
copy of this resolution with said Clerk of Court as evidence of the acceptance by
the Jefferson Parish Council for satisfactory completion of said contract; and in
order that the forty-five (45) days lien and privilege period may begin from the
date of filing hereof with the said Clerk of Court, and at the expiration of fortyfive (45) days and upon presentation of a Clear Lien and Privilege Certificate
from the Clerk of Court, the Finance Department of Jefferson is authorized to
pay the contractor all monies retained from said contract.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve any
and all documents necessary to said contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127191
A resolution granting acceptance to R. Seibert Construction, LLC for their
completed contract, which Jefferson Parish contract is dated September 21, 2015
for labor and material necessary to construct the Resident Housing at Jefferson
Parish Drainage District, Whitney-Barataria Pumping Station, Belle Chasse, LA,
for the Drainage Department, Bid Proposal No 50-113259. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, R. Seibert Construction, LLC, has satisfactorily completed all work
associated with this project and the Architect, Burgdahl & Graves Architects has
recommended final acceptance.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of


Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That R. Seibert Construction, LLC, is hereby granted an acceptance
of their completed contract, dated September 21, 2015 for labor and material
necessary to construct the Resident Housing at Jefferson Parish Drainage
District, Whitney-Barataria Pumping Station, Belle Chasse, LA, for the Drainage
Department, Bid Proposal No 50-113259, which contract is recorded with the
Clerk of Court in and for the Parish of Jefferson in Instrument No.11543606,
MOB 4666, Page 211.
SECTION 2. That Change Order No. 1 is expected to be on June 8, 2016 council
agenda is yet to be ratified and hence not yet recorded.
SECTION 3. That R. Seibert Construction, LLC, is hereby authorized to file a
copy of this resolution with said Clerk of Court as evidence of the acceptance by
the Jefferson Parish Council for substantial completion of said contract; and in
order that the forty-five (45) days lien and privilege period may begin from the
date of filing hereof with the said Clerk of Court, and at the expiration of fortyfive (45) days and upon presentation of a Clear Lien and Privilege Certificate
from the Clerk of Court, the Finance Department of Jefferson is authorized to
pay the contractor all monies retained from said contract.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to sign and approve any
and all documents necessary to said contract.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127192
A resolution granting permission to NOLA Motorsports Park, 11075 Nicolle
Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094, represented by Francisco Christian, to hold a
Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, July 16, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
at NOLA Motorsports, 11075 Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094; to serve
beer, food and beverages; and to have live music in conjunction with the event
during this time, provided that permits are obtained from the Department of
Citizens Affairs and Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement and that all
requirements of said departments are met. (Council District 3)
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 NOLA Motorsports Park,
11075 Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094, represented by Francisco
Christian, to hold a Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, July 16, 2016 from 12:00
p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at 11075 Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale, LA 70094; to serve
beer, food and beverages; and to have live music in conjunction with the event
during this time, provided that permits are obtained from the Department of
Citizens Affairs and Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement and that all
requirements of said departments are met.
SECTION 2. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward copies of this
resolution to the NOLA Motorsports Park, 11075 Nicolle Boulevard, Avondale,
LA 70094, represented by Francisco Christian, to the Department of Citizens
Affairs, to the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement; and to the State
of Louisiana Office of Beverage Control.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127193
A resolution granting permission to Westside Missionary Baptist Association to
hold a Sunday School Walk on Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00
a.m. and to provide for related matters. (Council District 3)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission be and is hereby granted to Westside Missionary
Baptist Association, 1232 Truxton Street, Gretna, Louisiana 70053 to conduct
a Sunday School Walk on Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m.
the route of event will start at 1533 Haydel Drive from Second Highway Baptist
Church, left turn on Admiral Street, left turn traveling to Happy Street, right turn
traveling to Ames Boulevard, and right turn on 6th Avenue traveling to St. Mary
Missionary Church (6223 6th Avenue); provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office, and the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement to
conduct such a walk and that all regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson
Parish taxes in connection therewith.
SECTION II. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to
Mr. Eddie Williams, Jr., 6223 6th Avenue, Marrero, Louisiana 70072.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127194
A resolution granting permission Families Helping Families of GNO d/b/a
Families Helping Families of Jefferson, 201 Evans Road, Bldg. 1, Suite 100,
Harahan, LA 70123, represented by Ms. Mary Jacob, to conduct the 2nd Annual
Superhero Against Bullying Fun Run and 5K Race and after Fest on Saturday,
October 1, 2016, 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park; allowing the
sale of food, beverages, t-shirts and novelties; allowing the serving of alcohol;
allowing the erection of tents, canopies and booths; and allowing live music
outdoors (provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on
October 1, 2016, provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from
the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement, Lafreniere Park, the
Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and the
State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such an event;
that all requirements and regulations of said departments, Lafreniere Park, and
the Jefferson Parish Department of Risk Management in connection therewith
are met, and that all required fire regulations are met; and waiving all Jefferson
Parish taxes.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission be and is hereby granted to Families Helping
Families of GNO d/b/a Families Helping Families of Jefferson, 201 Evans
Road, Bldg. 1, Suite 100, Harahan, LA 70123, represented by Ms. Mary Jacob,
to conduct the 2nd Annual Superhero Against Bullying Fun Run and 5K Race
and after Fest on Saturday, October 1, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
at Lafreniere Park, allowing the sale of food, beverages, t-shirts and novelties;
allowing the serving of alcohol; allowing the erection of tents, canopies and
booths; and allowing live music outdoors (provided that the Parish noise
ordinance is observed in all cases), in conformance with Parish and Park
guidelines and agreements; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the Jefferson Parish
Sheriffs Office and the State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to
conduct such an event and that all indemnifications and insurance requirements
set forth by the Jefferson Parish Director of the Department of Risk Management
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 III. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Ms.
Mary Jacob, 201 Evans Road, Bldg. 1, Suite 100, Harahan, LA 70123 and all
departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127195
A resolution granting permission to Michael J. Fox Foundation, P. O. Box 6926,
Metairie, LA 70009, represented by Chuck DeBlieux, to conduct the Louisiana
Walks for Parkinsons to be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016, from 9:00 a.m.
until 3:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park, with proceeds going to research and eventual
cure for Parkinsons Disease; to allow the serving of refreshments, food and
alcohol in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines and agreements; and to
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cases) on Saturday, October 15, 2016, until 3:00 p.m.; and to allow the erection
of tents in connection with said event, provided that all necessary permits have
been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, the Jefferson Parish Fire
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 and Lafreniere Park are met; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes
in connection with said event. Permission is also granted to place a banner near
the Foundation Center and small signs around the walking path at both entrances
to Lafreniere Park the day of the event, provided that all signs and banners are
removed by 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 15, 2016.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, acting as governing authority of said parish:
SECTION I. That permission be and is hereby granted to Michael J. Fox
Foundation, P. O. Box 6926, Metairie, LA 70009, represented by Chuck
DeBlieux, to conduct the Louisiana Walks for Parkinsons to be held on Saturday,
October 15, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at Lafreniere Park, with
proceeds going for the research and eventual cure for Parkinsons Disease; to
allow the serving of refreshments, food and alcohol in conformance with Parish
and Park guidelines and agreements; and to allow outdoor music (provided that
the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on Saturday, October 15,
2016, until 3:00 p.m.; and to allow the erection of tents in connection with said
event.
SECTION II. That this permission is granted provided that all necessary permits
have been obtained from the Department of Inspection and Code Enforcement,
Lafreniere Park, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, the Jefferson Parish Fire
Department and State of Louisiana Office of Alcohol Beverage Control to
conduct such an event, 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 waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes in connection with said event.
SECTION III. That permission is also granted to place a banner near the
Foundation Center, and small signs around the walking path at both entrances
to Lafreniere Park the day of the event, provided that all signs and banners are
removed by 4:00 p.m., Saturday, October 15, 2016.
SECTION IV. That the proceeds from said event will go to the research and
eventual cure for Parkinsons disease.
SECTION V. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Michael
J. Fox Foundation, c/o Chuck DeBlieux, P. O. Box 6926, Metairie, LA 70009;
and all departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127196
A resolution granting permission to Vintage Church, 3927 Rayne Street,
Metairie, Louisiana, 70001, to conduct their Family Movie Night for Community
on Saturday, June 11, 2016 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 I. That permission be and is hereby granted to Vintage
Church, 3927 Rayne Street, Metairie, Louisiana, 70001, to conduct their Family
Movie Night for Community on Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. until
9:00 p.m. free to the public; provided that all necessary permits have been
obtained from the Department of Citizens Affairs, the Jefferson Parish Fire
Department, the Health Department and the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
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.
SECTION II. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a certified
copy of this resolution to Mr. Matthew Brichetto, 6221 S. Claiborne Avenue,
#609, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24459 of an ordinance to resub Lot 1-A (portion of original Lot 8),
Cleary Subdivision is hereby cancelled.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24484 of an ordinance to resub Lot B-1-B, Square 1, West Labarre
Place Subdivision, and Lot 6-A-1, Square 2 and Lot 13A, Square 3, Claiborne
Parkway Subdivision is deferred to August 10, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action
on Summary No. 24500 of an ordinance to resub Lots 1-5, Sq. 98, Ridgelake
Addition Subdivision is deferred to August 10, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24490 of an ordinance to reclassify Lot 13A, Square 3, (portion of
proposed Lot 6-A-1-A, Square 2) Claiborne Parkway Subdivision from R-1A and
R-2 to C-2 and amending Chapter 25 of the Code more particularly amending
the future land use classification of Lot 13A, Square 3, (portion of proposed Lot
6-A-1-A, Square 2) Claiborne Parkway Subdivision from LMR to HIC High
Intensity Commercial is deferred to August 10, 2016.
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 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action
on Summary No. 24501 of an ordinance to reclassify Lots 1-5 (proposed Lot
1-A), Sq. 98, Ridgelake Addition Subdivision from R-1A and C-1 to GO-2 and
amending Chapter 25 of the Code more particularly amending Lots 3-5 (portion
of proposed Lot 1-A), Sq. 98, Ridgelake Addition Subdivision from LMR to LIC
is deferred to August 10, 2016.
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 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action
on Summary No. 24502 of an ordinance to approve CPZ-22-16 for requested
variances to the area, landscape & buffer, and parking regulations for the
installation of a generator at 1301 Clearview Pkwy. on Lot 11-C, Bridgedale
Subdivision, Sec. C is hereby deferred to June 22, 2016.
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 8th day of June 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action
on Summary No. 24503 of an ordinance to approve CPZ-23-16 for requested
variance to the area regulations of the CPZ for Medical Rehab Accident Injury
Center located at 1100 N. Causeway Blvd. on Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (proposed Lot
1-A), Sq. 98, Ridgelake Addition Subdivision is deferred to August 10, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as

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follows:
YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.


The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance


was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24504 ORDINANCE NO. 25162
An ordinance rescinding Ordinance 23569 and Ordinance 24091 and declaring
Lots 5 and 6, Sq. B, Grand Beach Subdivision No. 17, previous municipal
address 2734 LA Highway 1, Grand Isle, Parish of Jefferson, no longer needed
for a public purpose and authorizing the transfer to the Town of Grand Isle and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, the Town of Grand Isle transferred Lots 5 and 6, Sq. B, Grand
Beach Subdivision No. 17, Grand Isle, Parish of Jefferson to Jefferson Parish on
November 13th, 1964, recorded at Instrument No. 308477, November 17, 1964;
and WHEREAS, consideration for the transfer was $1.00 and the construction of
a public library within two years from the date of the act of sale; and
WHEREAS, said library was constructed and the property was used for said
specific purpose until such time that a new library was constructed in Grand Isle
in a different location; and
WHEREAS, the library that was located upon said property with a municipal
address 2734 LA Highway 1, Grand Isle has since been demolished and the
property is no longer needed for a public purpose by Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, Ordinance 23569 and Ordinance 24091 authorized the sale of said
property by Jefferson Parish; however, Jefferson Parish now desires to rescind
those ordinances and transfer said property back to the Town of Grand Isle.
THE JEFFESON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That Ordinance 23569 and Ordinance 24091 are hereby rescinded.
SECTION 2. That Lots 5 and 6, Sq. B, Grand Beach Subdivision No. 17, Grand
Isle, Parish of Jefferson, are declared no longer needed for a public purpose and
Jefferson Parish is hereby authorized to transfer said property back to the Town
of Grand for $1.00. The property is described as follows:
TWO CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, together with all the buildings and
improvements thereon, all the rights, ways, privileges, servitudes, appurtenances
and advantages thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining, situated in
Grand Beach Subdivision No. 17, Grand Isle, Parish of Jefferson, State of
Louisiana, in Square B thereof, and which said lots are designated as Lots Nos.
5 and 6 according to a plan of survey dated May 19, 1947, by Ben H. Farquhar,
Civil Engineer, said lots are described as follows:
Lots 5 and 6 of Square B, which said square is bounded by Oleander Avenue,
Krantz Avenue, the Gulf of Mexico, and Margot Avenue, measure each 51.9 feet
front on Oleander Avenue, same width in rear, by a depth of 200 feet between
equal and parallel lines, more or less.
Being the same property acquired by the Town of Grand Isle from Humble Oil
& Refining Company, by private agreement duly acknowledged on September
4, 1964, and recorded in COB 598, folio 651, of the records of the Parish of
Jefferson, Entry No. 301876.
SECTION 3. That the proceeds received from this transfer will be deposited into
Budget Account No.
SECTION 4. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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:

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng the following


ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24507 ORDINANCE NO. 25164
An ordinance amending Chapter 1, General Provisions; and Chapter 4,
Alcoholic Beverages, of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances and other
relevant provisions of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances with regard to the
regulation and sales of alcoholic beverages; and providing for related matters.
(Parishwide)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS THAT:
SECTION 1. That Chapter 1, Section 1-11 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances is hereby amended to add subsection (d) thereto, to read as follows:
Sec. 1-11. - Civil enforcement.
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(d) Any person or entity found to be in violation of the provisions of Chapter 4,
Alcoholic Beverages; Chapter 17, Article V, Division 4-1, Tobacco Dealer
Permits; Chapter 17.5, Hotels and Motels, Chapter 38, Vehicles for Hire;
or of any other provision in the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances which
regulates a conduct or practice which requires the issuance by the Parish of
license in order to be conducted or practiced; shall be subject to the penalties
prescribed within the applicable provisions, including any fines as set forth
therein. Such penalties may be imposed in addition to, or as an alternative to, the
penalties provided for in Section 1-10.
SECTION 2. That Chapter 4, Section 4-1 of the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances is hereby amended to clarify the definition of alcoholic beverages
and to include in the alphabetical listing additional definitions thereto, to read as
follows:
Sec. 4-1. - Definitions.
For the purpose of this chapter, the following terms have the respective meanings
ascribed to them in this section, unless a definite meaning clearly appears from
the context:
Alcoholic Beverages means any fluid or any solid capable of being converted
into fluid suitable for human consumption and containing more than one-half
of one percent (0.5%) alcohol by volume, including: malt, vinous, spirituous,
alcoholic, and intoxicating liquors, beer, porter, ale, stout, fruit juices, alcopops,
mead, cider, or wine.
Alcopop means a flavored alcoholic beverage or flavored malt beverage that
includes: a malt beverage containing a malt base or beer and added natural or
artificial blending material, such as fruit juices, flavors, flavorings, colorings, or
preservatives where such blending material constitutes more than one-half of one
percent (0.5%) of the alcohol by volume contained in the finished beverage; a
beverage containing wine and more than fifteen percent (15%) added natural or
artificial blending material, such as fruit juices, flavors, flavorings, or adjuncts,
water (plain, carbonated, or sparkling), colorings, or preservatives; a beverage
containing distilled alcohol and added natural or artificial blending material, such
as fruit juices, flavors, flavorings, colorings, or preservatives; or an alcoholic
malt beverage containing caffeine, guarana, taurine, or ginseng, where the
beverage constitutes more than one-half of one (0.5%) of alcohol by volume.
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Retail Beer Permit means a permit issued to a retail dealer in: beer, malt
beverages, porter, ale, and/or fruit juices of high and/or low alcoholic content;
alcopop beverages of not more than ten (10) percent alcohol by volume; and/or
other alcoholic beverages, not otherwise defined or delineated in this section, of
not more than ten (10) percent alcohol by volume.
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Retail Wine Permit a permit issued to a retail dealer in: wine, beer, malt
beverages, porter, ale, and/or fruit juices of high and/or low alcoholic content;
alcopop beverages of not more than twenty (20) percent alcohol by volume; and/
or other alcoholic beverages, not otherwise defined or delineated in this section,
of not more than twenty (20) percent alcohol by volume.
Retail Liquor Permit means a permit issued to a retail dealer of beverages of
either high alcoholic content or both low and high alcoholic content.
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Wholesale Malt Beverage Permit means a permit issued to a wholesale dealer in:
alcoholic beverages of low alcoholic content and/or malt beverages of low and/or
high alcoholic content.
Wholesale Liquor Permit means a permit issued to a wholesale dealer of either
high alcoholic content or both low and high alcoholic content.
Wine means any effervescent or non-effervescent alcoholic beverage derived
from the juice of any fruit or synthesis thereof, of an alcoholic content more
than six percent (6%) by volume, including port and sherry, and exclusive of all
liquors, whether they be defined as intoxicating or spirituous liquors, which are
produced by distillation.
SECTION 3. That Section 4-2.5 in Chapter 4, Article II, of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-2.5. - Special permits for booster clubs.
The parish council may grant special retail beer permits to duly organized
booster clubs domiciled within the parish when the proceeds of such sales shall
be used exclusively for the benefit of parish recreational activities and facilities.
Such sales shall be allowed at all events or activities held in conjunction with
intramural programs and special events approved by the department of parks and
recreation provided the following conditions have been met:
(1) The booster club has executed a contract with the department of parks and
recreation for operation of its activities at a designated facility;
(2) All other necessary state and/or local permits have been obtained by the
booster club.
SECTION 4. That Sections 4-17(3) and 4-17(14) in Chapter 4, Article II, of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances are hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-17. - Qualifications and conditions of applicants.
Applicants for a permit shall meet the following qualifications and conditions:
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(3) Has not been convicted of a felony under the laws of the United States, this
state, or any other state and has not entered a plea of nolo contendere to the
charge of any such felony;
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(14) Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph (3), a permit may be
granted by the parish if the applicant has been pardoned automatically upon
completion of his sentence, without a recommendation of the board of pardons
and without action by the governor, in accordance with La. Const. Art. 4 5(E)1,
has had any misdemeanor conviction discharged or dismissed, ten (10) years or
more have elapsed between the date of application and the successful completion
of any sentence, deferred adjudication, or period of probation or parole and
the final discharge of the defendant, or if the applicant is a firm, association,
partnership, trust, domestic or foreign corporation, or other legal entity, the
applicant has terminated its relationship with the person or persons whose action
directly contributed to the applicants conviction, provided:
a. The applicant has been granted a permit by the state in accordance with R.S.
26:80(F) and R.S. 26:280(F); and
b. The felony for which the applicant was convicted is not a crime of violence as
defined in R.S. 14:2(B).
(15) The parish council may grant or continue a permit with respect to an
applicant, even though the applicants spouse has been convicted of a felony, if:
a. The applicant had state and local permits prior to the spouses felony
conviction or marriage to the spouse; and
b. The applicant has a regime of separation of property, pursuant to Civil Code
Article 2370, and is the owner of the premises or has a bona fide written lease
therefor; or the applicant owns the permitted premises as the applicants separate
property, pursuant to Civil Code Article 2341.
SECTION 5. That Section 4-18 in Chapter 4, Article II, of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-18. - Limitations on location.
(a) No permit shall be granted under this article for any premises situated within
three hundred (300) feet or less distance of a building occupied exclusively
as a church or synagogue or public library or public playground or school,
except school for business education conducted as a business college or school.
The limitations of this subsection shall not apply to any premises which are
maintained as a bona fide hotel, motel, railroad car, or fraternal organization,
or restaurants not maintaining a service bar and selling alcoholic beverages
(pursuant to a retail beer permit or a retail wine permit) for consumption on the
premises; there is further excepted from the provisions of this subsection booster
clubs selling alcoholic beverages (pursuant to a special retail beer permit) in
accordance with the provisions of Section 4-2.5; however, the sale of alcoholic
beverages in packages only, to be taken off the premises, shall be permitted from
premises located within three hundred (300) feet or less of a building occupied
exclusively as a church or synagogue or public library or public playground
or school, provided that in no event shall the permittee allow the consumption
of the alcoholic beverages in, on, or about the premises wherein the packaged
alcoholic beverages are sold. For retail liquor permits the measurement of this
distance shall be made from the nearest point of the property line of the church,
synagogue, library, playground, or school to the nearest point of the property line
of the premises to be licensed; for retail beer permits and retail wine permits,

YEAS: 6 NAYS: None ABSENT: (1) Roberts


This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 8th day of June, 2016, 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. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
ordinance was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24505 ORDINANCE NO. 25163
An ordinance declaring a 15 alleyway between Lot 13, Square A and Lot 22,
Square B, Labarre Place Subdivision, no longer needed for public purposes,
and authorizing the advertisement for the revocation and sale of this property
pursuant to the provisions of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section
2-951, et seq., and to provide for other related matters. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, the Land Use Review Technical Committee has no objection to
the revocation and sale of that portion of a 15 alleyway between Lot 13, Square
A and Lot 22, Square B, Labarre Place Subdivision, as per a drawing by the
Jefferson Parish Department of Engineering dated April 7, 2016; and
WHEREAS, said portion of said alleyway has become a neighborhood nuisance;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish would like to sell this property pursuant to the provisions
of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 2-951, et seq.; and
WHEREAS, the minimum allowed bid is set at $5,600.00, which represents the
current fair market value as determined by Wayne Sandoz & Associates, Inc.;
and
WHEREAS, the subject property has a land area of approximately 1,490 square
feet with dimensions of 15 x 99.31/99.33 or approximately $3.76 per square
foot; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish would like to sell this property pursuant to
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances Section 2-951, et seq., to the highest bidder
via public bid, as long as said bid equals at least $5,600.00.
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the portion of a 15 alleyway between Lot 13, Square A and
Lot 22, Square B, Labarre Place Subdivision, as per a drawing by the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering dated April 7, 2016, is declared to be no
longer needed for public purposes, and that Jefferson Parish is authorized
to revoke and sell said property through the public bid process, is hereby
authorized.
SECTION 2. That the advertisement and the sale of said property, pursuant to the
provisions of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 2-951, et seq., to
the highest bidder, as long as the minimum bid reaches the sum of $5,600.00, is
hereby authorized.
SECTION 3. That the successful bidder must be able to resubdivide said portion
of said alleyway with said bidders present property to form a legal lot of
record, per Section 2-955 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, with this
resubdivision occurring in a timely manner, is hereby authorized.
SECTION 4. That the proceeds received from this sale shall be deposited into
Budget Account No. 22200-0000-5851 (sale of fixed assets for Department of
Streets) is hereby authorized.
SECTION 5. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, is authorized to sign any and all documents required to carry out the
provisions of this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 8th day of June, 2016, and
shall become effective as follows, if signed forthwith by the Parish President, ten
(10) days after adoption, thereafter, upon signature by the Parish President or,
if not signed by the Parish President, upon expiration of the time for ordinances
to be considered finally adopted without the signature of the Parish President,
as provided in Section 2.07 of the Charter. If vetoed by the Parish President and
subsequently approved by the Council, this ordinance shall become effective on
the day of such approval.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24385 of an ordinance to amending various provisions in the Code
of Ordinances relative to affidavits required for the submission of proposals for
non-bid contracts or for the receipt of payment on non-bid contracts is deferred
to June 22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on Summary
No. 24506 of an ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 21, Section
2-797 of the Code to add the Director of Emergency Management for the City of
Kenner to the Jefferson Parish Homeland Security Committee is deferred to June
22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None

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this distance shall be measured, as a person walks using the sidewalk from the
nearest point of the property line of the church, synagogue, library, playground,
or school to the nearest point of the premises to be licensed.
(b) The place of business shall not be in a zoned area designating boundaries
provided by parish ordinance and adopted pursuant to the zoning laws of this
state.
(c) No premises or portion thereof which becomes or remains vacant for
a continuous period of six (6) months or which has an interruption of the
continuity of business for a period in excess of six (6) months shall reopen for
business or again be used as a premises to be licensed except in conformity with
the restrictions and requirements of distance set forth above.
SECTION 6. That Section 4-24 in Chapter 4, Article II, of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-24. - Fees.
(a) Retail Beer Permit. A retail beer permit shall be issued to a retail dealer in:
beer, malt beverages, porter, ale, and/or fruit juices of high and/or low alcohol
content; alcopop beverages of not more than ten (10) percent alcohol by volume;
or other alcoholic beverages, not otherwise defined or delineated in Section 4-1
of this chapter, of not more than ten (10) percent alcohol by volume. The fee for
such permit shall be the sum of fifty dollars ($50.00) per annum for each place of
business.
(b) Retail Wine Permit. A retail wine permit shall be issued to a retail dealer in:
wine, beer, malt beverages, porter, ale, and/or fruit juices of high and/or low
alcohol content; alcopop beverages of not more than twenty (20) percent alcohol
by volume; or other alcoholic beverages, not otherwise defined or delineated
in Section 4-1 of this chapter, of not more than twenty (20) percent alcohol by
volume. The fee for such permit shall be the sum of two-hundred fifty dollars
($250.00) per annum for each place of business.
(c) Retail Liquor Permit. A retail liquor permit shall be issued to a retail dealer
in alcoholic beverages of either high alcoholic content or both low and high
alcoholic content. The fee for such permit shall be the sum of five hundred
dollars ($500.00) per annum for each place of business.
(d) Wholesale Malt Beverage Permit. A wholesale malt beverage permit shall be
issued to a wholesale dealer in: alcoholic beverages of low alcoholic content and/
or malt beverages of low and/or high alcoholic content. The fee for such permit
shall be the sum of seventy-five dollars ($75.00) per annum for each place of
business.
(e) Wholesale Liquor Permit. A wholesale liquor permit shall be issued to a
wholesale dealer in alcoholic beverages of either high alcoholic content or both
low and high alcoholic content. The fee for such permit shall be the sum of one
thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per annum for each place of business.
SECTION 7. That Section 4-30(d) in Chapter 4, Article II, of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-30. - Renewal permits.
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(d) All applicants for the renewal of an alcoholic beverage permit for each
subsequent year shall execute a renewal application form supplied by the sheriff
of the parish, and which form shall contain the following information:
(1) That all taxes have or have not been paid to date;
(2) Names, addresses, telephone numbers, electronic mail addresses (e-mail), and
titles of each owner, partner, corporate officer, manager, and anyone owning five
(5) percent or more stock in the corporation if changed in the past year;
(3) Name, electronic mail address (e-mail), and resident address of the applicant;
(4) Any change in ownership, location, nature of business, marital status of any
applicant; if a corporation, officers of the corporation;
(5) Whether or not the applicant is the owner of the property to be occupied,
and if not, and the applicants lease has expired, a copy of the current lease must
accompany application;
(6) Affidavit by the applicant that all answers to the questions contained in the
renewal application are true and correct to the best of the applicants knowledge,
that the applicant has not been convicted of a felony nor had a conviction or
judgment against the applicant involving alcoholic beverages within one (1)
year prior to the date of the application, and that the applicant meets all other
requirements and qualifications as set forth in R.S. 26:79 et seq. and this Code.
(7) The total monetary amount received, inclusive of taxes, from the sale all
alcoholic beverages for the previous twelve (12) consecutive months at the
location for which the alcoholic beverage permit is being renewed. In the event
the location has operated less than twelve (12) months, the applicant for the
permit renewal shall so indicate and shall provide the total alcoholic beverage
sales figures for the longest period for which such figures are available.
SECTION 8. That the title of Section 4-32 in Chapter 4, Article II, of the
Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances is hereby amended; that subsection (21) of
Section 4-32 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances is hereby amended; and
that subsection (24) is hereby added to Section 4-32 of the Jefferson Parish Code
of Ordinances, to read as follows:
Sec. 4-32. - Acts prohibited on retail dealers premises; cause for suspension,
revocation, or other penalties.
No holder of a retail dealers permit issued under the provisions of this chapter,
or any servant, agent, employee, or subcontractor of the permittee, shall do any
of the following upon the licensed premises:
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(21) Upon the occurrence of any of the following events, there shall be a hearing
before the alcoholic beverage review committee to determine whether there is
sufficient cause to recommend suspension, revocation, or other penalties of the
relevant retail dealers alcoholic beverage permit within one hundred eighty
(180) days of notice of a violation enumerated in this chapter or within two
hundred seventy (270) days of notice of a violation when a hearing is timely set
and is continued at the request of the permit-holder:
a. The discharge of any firearm on an alcoholic beverage retail dealers premises
including the vicinity thereof, whether inside, outside, or in the parking lot;
b. The commission of ten (10) or more calls for service to the sheriffs office
within a period of thirty (30) days regarding nuisance activities on the alcoholic
beverage retail dealers premises, including the vicinity thereof, whether inside,
outside, or in the parking lot, including but not limited to disturbance of the
peace, illegal drug activity, public drunkenness, drinking in public, harassment
of passersby, gambling, prostitution, sale of stolen goods, public urination, theft,
assaults, batteries, acts of vandalism, excessive littering, loitering, graffiti, illegal
parking, and excessive loud noises.
c. The refusal and/or failure to comply with provisions of local, state, or federal
laws, regulations, or orders, including the refusal and/or failure to remedy
building or code violations in accordance with a judicial order and/or order of the
bureau of administrative adjudication, that adversely affects the health, peace, or
safety of persons residing or working in the surrounding areas.
d. The commission of any unlawful act on an alcoholic beverage retail dealers
premises, including the vicinity thereof, whether inside, outside, or in the parking
lot, which may endanger patrons of the establishment and/or members of the
public residing, commuting, or patronizing businesses in the vicinity of the
establishment.
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(24) Employing or retailing any person who has failed or refused to obtain and
maintain a valid certificate of qualification as required by Chapter 4, Article III
herein if said person is required to hold such a certificate under the provisions of
Article III, Chapter 4 herein.
SECTION 9. That Chapter 4, Article II, Section 4-33 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-33. - Revocation, refusal, suspension, and other penalties.
(a) Any misstatement or concealment of fact in an application for a permit under
this article, or accompanying affidavit, shall be grounds for refusal of the permit
or suspension or revocation thereof if already issued.
(b) If a permit is granted to any person who is or has been engaged in the
alcoholic beverage business with any person whose application for a permit has
been denied or whose permit has been revoked, in the relationship of spouse,
agent, partner, employer, or interposed person, the permit may be revoked.
(c) No permit shall be issued to any person failing to meet any of the
requirements, conditions, and qualifications set forth in this article.
(d) A permit under this article may be revoked:
(1) If the applicant or any of the persons who must possess the same
qualifications failed to possess the qualifications required in this article at the
time of application or fails to maintain such qualifications during the licensed
year;
(2) If any dealer fails to pay any excise taxes due by any regulated business to
the state or to the parish.
(e) Violation of any provisions of this chapter is sufficient cause for suspension
or revocation of any permit required by this article and/or for the imposition of
other penalties as set forth in Section 4-34(6) herein.
SECTION 10. That Chapter 4, Article II, Section 4-34 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-34. - Procedure for and effect of suspension, revocation, and other
penalties for violations.
Upon violation of any offense enumerated in Chapter 4, Article II, a hearing may
be had as follows:
(1) Committee. There is hereby created a committee to be known as the alcoholic
beverage permit review committee; the committee shall be composed of the
council chairman or his/her designee, the district council person or his/her
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or their designee, the director of the community justice agency, and the director
of the department of inspection and code enforcement. The committee shall
have the authority to conduct all public hearings, as provided in this article,
regarding the suspension or revocation of alcoholic beverage permits including
certificates of qualification to dispense alcoholic beverages, the denial of a
renewal application, and/or the imposition of other penalties as authorized herein
for violation of any of the provisions enumerated in Chapter 4.
(2) Initiating Procedure; Hearing Required. Within one hundred eighty (180)
days of notice of a violation enumerated in Chapter 4, a hearing may be held
before the alcoholic beverage permit review committee or the parish council
[see: Section 4-34(3)] at the request of the parish president, the sheriff, or upon
motion of any member of the parish council upon written complaint, petition,
or notice of violation. When a hearing is timely set and is continued at the
request of the permit-holder, the committee may conduct a hearing within two
hundred seventy (270) days of notice of a violation. Such hearing shall be
noticed by the committee, parish attorney, any member of the parish council,
or the sheriff; a hearing shall be held in accordance with the provisions of this
article to determine whether the permit of the person charged shall be suspended
or revoked or whether a renewal application shall be denied and/or whether
other penalties as enumerated in this section shall be imposed upon the person
charged. The complaint, petition, notice, or motion shall set forth and enumerate
the causes for suspension or revocation of the permit or for denial of renewal
application and/or for the imposition of other penalties.
(3) Notice. A notice or summons shall be served upon the holder of the permit
stating the time and place of the hearing, which shall not be less than forty-eight
(48) hours from the date and time such notice is given. If the holder of the permit
is not the owner of the property on which the business operates, a copy of the
notice or summons shall also be served upon the owner of said property. Notices
may be mailed by registered, certified, or delivery-confirmed mail to the holder
of the permit to the address of his place of business, as given in his application
for the permit, and, if applicable, to the owner of the property on which the
business operates to the address listed in the assessors office of the parish or
the address obtained from other reliable sources upon verifying ownership with
the mortgage and conveyance office. When so addressed and mailed, notices
or summonses shall be conclusively presumed to have been received by the
permit-holder and, if applicable, by the owner of the property. In addition to the
above method of service, the notice or summons may be served on the permitholder and, if applicable, on the owner of the property by personal or domiciliary
service by a deputy sheriff or an employee of the department of inspection and
code enforcement. Any person to be served with a notice or summons through
any of the aforementioned methods of service may also be sent a copy of said
notice or summons via electronic mail (e-mail) to the e-mail address provided in
the application for the permit; said electronic notice is not mandatory and shall
not be in lieu of the aforementioned methods of service.
(4) Hearings. Hearings required by this article may be conducted by the alcoholic
beverage permit review committee or by the parish council. The council or
the alcoholic beverage permit review committee, designated to hold a hearing,
may administer oaths, issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and
the production of books, papers, accounts, and documents, and may examine
witnesses and receive testimony at the hearing. Subpoenas issued under the
authority of this section may be served by sending same by certified mail, United
States Postal Service postage-paid, to a valid address of the intended recipient.
Parties other than the council or committee requesting any subpoena under this
section shall prepare and serve same using forms approved by the committee. No
hearing shall be suspended or invalidated due solely to the non-appearance of
any witness subpoenaed to testify or produce documents at the hearing.
(5) Conduct of Hearing. Whenever a hearing is conducted pursuant to this article,
opportunity shall be afforded all parties to respond and present evidence on all
issues of fact involved and argument on all issues of law and policy involved
and to conduct such direct examination and cross-examination of witnesses; the
testimony received shall be recorded and may be reduced to writing upon request
by any party; all documentary evidence, if any, and all written arguments or
briefs submitted shall be made part of the record; all hearings shall be prosecuted
by the office of the parish attorney; if proper notice has been served upon the
defendant, the hearing may proceed without his presence if he fails to appear.
When a hearing is referred to the alcoholic beverage permit review committee,
it shall hear all testimony and arguments, receive all the evidence and briefs
and compile same into the record, which record shall then be certified by the
chairman of said committee. The committee shall submit the certified record to
the parish council with the committees recommendation as to what penalty or
penalties as enumerated in this section should be imposed.
(6) Penalties. Upon conclusion of the hearing, the committee shall conduct a vote
in open meeting to decide which of the following civil penalties or combination
of civil penalties the committee recommends be imposed upon the person
charged:
a. Revocation of the alcoholic beverage dealers permit or the denial of a renewal
application for the permit.
b. Suspension of the alcoholic beverage dealers permit. The committee shall
state its recommendation for the length of the period of suspension and may
also recommend the specific dates for the suspension to be in effect. The
committee may also vote to recommend that all or a specified part of the period
of suspension be deferred; and, in such cases, the committee shall state any
conditions which should be attached to any such deferral of the suspension.
c. Any other penalty or condition deemed ameliorative of the violation for
which the person is charged and/or preventative of further violations, such as
those preventative measures referenced in Section 4-34(8), except as mandated
otherwise in Section 4-34(7).
(7) Mandatory Recommendation for Suspension, Revocation, or Denial. For any
dealer found to have violated any of the provisions of this chapter three (3) or
more times within an eighteen (18) month period or for any violation involving
acts as prohibited in Section 4-32(21)a., Section 4-32(21)b., and Section 4-32(21)
d., the committee shall recommend suspension without deferral or revocation of
the permit or denial of the renewal application for the permit.
(8) Preventative Measures; Conditions for Deferment of Suspension. Reasonable
conditions for the deferral of a suspension may include, but shall not be limited
to, preventative measures encouraging responsible behavior around alcoholic
beverages, such as:
a. The permit-holder and all alcohol beverage servers employed by the permitholder attending approved training classes.
b. The permit-holder and/or owner of the licensed premises installing point-ofsale equipment which would prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages without
proper identification from the buyer indicating that the buyer is of age to
purchase alcoholic beverages legally.
c. Any other condition, or combination thereof, deemed ameliorative of
the violation for which the person is charged and/or preventative of further
violations.
(9) Failure to Complete Conditions for Deferment of Suspension. Any condition
imposed for the deferment of a suspension shall be fully completed by the
respective permit-holder within thirty (30) days from the respective date of the
councils action imposing said condition or within any alternative period of
time as delineated by the council. Failure to complete any such condition for
deferment on time and in full shall result in the immediate suspension of the
respective permit for the entire duration of the otherwise deferred suspension. A
permit-holder who, due to the incompletion and/or untimely completion of the
respective conditions for deferment, serves the entirety of any such suspension
shall not thereafter be required to complete the corresponding conditions of the
deferment.
(10) Assessment of Costs of Hearings. In hearings of the alcoholic beverage
permit review committee which finally result in withholding the issuance of
a license, suspending or revoking a permit/certificate to dispense, or other
penalties, the committee may recommend the assessment of any costs of the
hearing to the applicant, permittee, or holder of certificate to dispense, as the case
may be. Such recommended assessments shall not be imposed unless approved
by the council. Funds received by the parish from the assessments of the costs of
the hearings may be used to defray the costs to the parish for such hearings.
(11) Council Action. If the hearing is conducted by the committee, the council
shall not be required to conduct another hearing during its deliberation, unless a
majority of the council votes to do so; however, nothing herein shall prohibit a
permit-holder from submitting written objections regarding any alleged errors in
the record prior to the council considering the permit revocation or suspension
and/or the imposition of other penalties for the violation of any of the provisions
of this chapter. However, no permit shall be suspended or revoked, nor shall any
renewal application be denied, nor shall any other penalty as enumerated in this
chapter be imposed except by a majority vote of the parish council. No rehearing
shall be granted with regard to any permit or permit-holder/applicant for which
the parish council has adopted a resolution imposing suspension, revocation, and/
or other penalties.
(12) Effect of Revocation, Suspension. When an alcoholic beverage permit is
revoked or renewal is denied for any legal cause, by any lawful authority, no
parish permit shall be issued consistent with the existing use at the time of the
revocation or the denial of the renewal covering the premises for a minimum
of one (1) year and one (1) day after the date of the revocation, except under
director declared emergency by the director of inspection and code enforcement.
When a permit has been suspended by the parish council or their lawful
authorities, no new permit shall be issued for the same premises for a period of

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fourteen (14) days beginning from the last day of the suspension. A suspension
shall be executed in and apply to the licensed premises in which or in the vicinity
of which the violation occurred, regardless of whether such establishment has
been sold or otherwise transferred to a new owner, permit-holder, or applicant for
a permit prior to the term of the suspension.
(13) Signage Required. During the entire period of any permit suspension or
revocation as provided for herein, the permittee or former permittee shall display
on the exterior of the front door of the licensed premises or formerly licensed
premises a sign prepared by the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office indicating that
the permit for said premises has been suspended or revoked, and giving the
beginning and ending dates of such suspension and revocation and the reason(s)
for the suspension or revocation.
(14) Removal of Inventory. During the entire period of any permit suspension
or revocation as provided for herein, the permittee or former permittee shall
not retain, keep, or display any alcoholic beverages on the licensed or formerly
licensed premises which are subject to the suspension or revocation. All such
beverages shall be removed from the premises and shall not be restocked or
returned to the premises until the end of the period of suspension or until a new
permit is issued after revocation of the former permit. Notwithstanding the
provisions of this subsection, however, the Sheriff may within his discretion
allow a permit-holder whose permit has been suspended to retain the alcoholic
beverages on the licensed premises during the period of suspension provided
that the permit-holder complies with whatever alternative measures the Sheriff
may require to ensure that alcoholic beverages are not dispensed on the licensed
premises during the period in which the permit is suspended.
(15) Responsible Alcohol Management Fund; Use of Proceeds From Fines.
Funds paid to the parish from the imposition of fines under the provisions of
this chapter, or otherwise so allocated to the same account, shall be dedicated to
the parish Responsible Alcohol Management Fund. Said fund shall be dedicated
to investigations, programs, and/or awareness campaigns designed: to prevent
underage drinking; to enforce the prohibitions against underage drinking and
other prohibitions in this chapter; to support substance abuse education; or to
increase awareness of the provisions of this chapter.
(16) Construction; Common Ownership. For the purposes of this chapter,
the Captain of the Ship Doctrine and the Doctrine of Respondeat Superior
shall apply without limitation; and the permit-holder shall be responsible for
occurrences in the licensed premises and in the vicinity thereof. For the purposes
of this chapter, in considering the penalty to be imposed for a violation or
violations at the premises of a permit-holder, the committee and/or council may
consider any previous violation(s) of this chapter which occurred at the licensed
premises during the eighteen (18) months immediately prior to the violation(s)
under consideration, regardless of whether the previous violation(s) occurred
under different ownership or management.
SECTION 11. That Chapter 4, Article III, Section 4-49 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-49. - Application.
(a) The application for a certificate of qualification shall be in writing and shall
contain the following information:
*****
(2) The correct resident address and electronic mail (e-mail) address of the
applicant;
*****
SECTION 12. That Chapter 4, Article III, Section 4-59 of the Jefferson Parish
Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 4-59. - Cause for denial, suspension, revocation or imposition of other
penalties; procedure.
(a) Any misrepresentation, misstatement or suppression of fact in any application
or accompanying affidavit and/or any violation of any provision of this chapter
and any violation of the state statutes relating to gambling, prostitution,
pandering and narcotics shall be sufficient grounds for denial, refusal, suspension
or revocation of the certificate, or any other penalty deemed to be ameliorative
of the violation for which the person is charged and/or preventative of further
violations.
(b) Any person who alters, defaces or transfers to another his certificate of
qualification shall have it suspended or revoked by the parish council.
(c) Procedure. Any person possessing a certificate of qualification to dispense
alcoholic beverages who is subject to the suspension or revocation of the
certificate to dispense or subject to the imposition of other penalties for
violations of this chapter shall be entitled to a hearing before the alcoholic
beverage permit review committee following the procedures for such hearings
as specified in Section 4-34 of this chapter. A notice or summons shall be served
upon the holder of certificate of qualification to dispense alcoholic beverages
stating the time and place of the hearing, which shall not be less than forty-eight
(48) hours from the date and time such notice is given. Notice may be mailed by
registered, certified, or delivery-confirmed mail to the certificate-holder to the
address of his place of domicile as given in his application for the certificate.
When so addressed and mailed, notices or summonses shall be conclusively
presumed to have been received by the certificate-holder. In addition to the above
method of service, the notice or summons may be served on the certificate-holder
by personal or domiciliary service by a deputy sheriff or an employee of the
department of inspection and code enforcement. Any person to be served with a
notice or summons through any of the aforementioned methods of service may
also be sent a copy of said notice or summons via electronic mail (e-mail) to the
address provided in the application for the certificate to dispense; said electronic
notice is not mandatory and shall not be in lieu of the aforementioned methods
of service.
(d) Sale of alcohol to persons under the age of twenty one (21) years. The
committee shall follow the following guidelines in its recommendation to the
council of penalties to be imposed upon the holder of a certificate to dispense for
any sale to a person under the age of twenty-one (21) years:
(1) For a first offense, defined herein as having no previous violations within the
previous consecutive eighteen (18) month period:
a. For a sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person who was at least eighteen (18)
years old but under twenty-one (21) years old at the time of the sale, suspension
of the certificate to serve for not less than fifteen (15) days and not more than
thirty (30) days and/or a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00)
and/or any other penalty as permitted by Section 4-59(d)(4); and
b. For a sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person who was less than eighteen
(18) years old at the time of the sale, suspension of the certificate to serve for not
less than thirty (30) days and not more than sixty (60) days and/or a fine of not
less than five hundred dollars ($500.00) and/or any other penalty as permitted by
Section 4-59(d)(4);
(2) For a second offense that occurs within eighteen (18) months of the first
offense:
a. For a sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person who was at least eighteen (18)
years old but under twenty-one (21) years old at the time of the sale, suspension
of the certificate to serve for not less than fifteen (15) days and not more than
ninety (90) days and/or a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00)
and/or any other penalty as permitted by Section 4-59(d)(4); and
b. For a sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person who was less than eighteen (18)
years old at the time of the sale, suspension of the certificate to serve for not less
than thirty (30) days and not more than one hundred eighty (180) days and/or a
fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00) and/or any other penalty as
permitted by Section 4-59(d)(4);
(3) For a third offense that occurs within eighteen (18) months of the first
offense:
a. Revocation of the certificate to serve. Any person whose certificate to dispense
alcoholic beverages has been revoked under the provisions of this subsection
shall not be eligible to receive another certificate to dispense alcoholic beverages
within five (5) years from the date of the revocation;
(4) Any other penalty deemed to be ameliorative of the violation for which the
person is charged and/or preventative of further violations. Such penalties may
include, but shall not be limited to, the revocation of a certificate, the denial
of any application for the certificate, or requiring certificate-holders to attend
approved training classes as a condition for deferral of all or a specified part of a
suspension.
(e) Payment of Penalties. Monetary penalties imposed pursuant to Article III of
this chapter shall be dedicated to the parish Responsible Alcohol Management
Fund and shall be paid by the certificate-holder within thirty (30) days from the
date of the councils action imposing such penalties.
(f) Failure to Pay Penalties. Any fine and/or condition imposed for the deferment
of a suspension shall be fully paid and/or completed by the respective certificateholder within thirty (30) days from the respective date of the councils action
imposing said fine/condition or within any alternative period of time as
delineated by the council.
(1) Failure to complete any condition for deferment of suspension on time and
in full shall result in the immediate suspension of the respective certificate for
the entire duration of the otherwise deferred suspension; and failure to pay any
fine of up to two hundred fifty dollars ($250) on time and in full shall result in
the immediate suspension of the respective certificate for fifteen (15) days; and
failure to pay any fine greater than two hundred fifty dollars ($250) on time and
in full shall result in the immediate suspension of the respective certificate for
thirty (30) days.
(2) A certificate-holder who, due to the incompletion and/or untimely completion
of the respective conditions for deferment, serves the entirety of any such

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suspension shall not thereafter be required to complete the corresponding


conditions of the deferment; and a certificate-holder who, due to the incomplete
payment and/or untimely payment of a fine, serves the entirety of the prescribed
alternative suspension, as delineated in Section 4-59(f)(1), shall not thereafter
be required to pay the corresponding fine. Under no conditions shall a
certificate-holder be permitted to serve a suspension in lieu of payment of a fine
concurrently with any other otherwise imposed suspension.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The ordinance was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016, 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. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that action on
Summary No. 24508 of an ordinance to amend Chapter 16 of the Code, entitled
Garbage and Other Solid Waste to enact changes to accommodate the
implementation of Parish-Wide tipper cart service, more specifically, to define
bulk waste containers and tipper carts, to allow for the curbside collection of
solid waste and recyclables from small apartment buildings of 4 units or less,
to further clarify the volume of material that can be picked-up from small
businesses receiving curbside collection is deferred to June 22, 2016.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The motion was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day June 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance
was offered:
SUMMARY NO. 24509 ORDINANCE NO. 25165
An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified
Service of Jefferson Parish, to create a new job classification of Library
Maintenance Superintendent within the Department of Library.
WHEREAS, pursuant to Article 4, Section 4.03 of the Parish Charter, the
Personnel Board approved, after duly advertised public hearing, an amendment
of the Pay Plan for the Classified Service of Jefferson Parish to create a new
classification to be assigned within the Department of Library; and,
WHEREAS, an evaluation of the essential functions of the position established
that there is no current class of work in the Pay Plan for the Classified Service
that sufficiently identified the duties associated with this new position; and,
WHEREAS, this proposal has been forwarded to this Council through the Parish
President; and,
WHEREAS, this proposal has been recommended to this Council as necessary
and in the best interest of the Parish Service;
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That Ordinance No. 14796, The Pay Plan for the Classified Service
of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana be, and is hereby, amended to create a new class
title to report to the Library Director:
Annual Salary Range
Class Pay Normal Base
Code Class Title Grade Min. Rate Max. Rate Hrs./Wk. FLSA
3161 Library Maintenance 26 $40,336 $56,757 35 E Superintendent
SECTION 2. 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 8th day of June, 2016, 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. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following ordinance
was offered as amended:
SUMMARY NO. 24510 ORDINANCE NO. 25166
An ordinance amending the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish, and
providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
THE JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. That the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
appropriating and authorizing funds in support of the following departments:
OFF TRACK BETTING (FUND 22010)
Revenues
22010-4460 Appropriate $4,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22010-2745-7680.210 (20145.000) 4,000
(Home & Garden Club of GNO)
VIDEO POKER (FUND 22020)
Revenues
22020-4460 Appropriate $20,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
22020-0000-5440 (20253.000) (300,000)
(Video Poker)
22020-0000-5440 (20251.000) 300,000
(Video Poker)
Expenditures
22020-2752-7680.162 (20252.000) 15,000
(City of Harahan)
22020-2752-7680.208 (20252.000) 5,000
(Marine Missionary B.C.)
TOURISM (FUND 22030)
Revenues
22030-4460 Appropriate $70,500 $195,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22030-2762-126-7911.44680 (20362.000) 5,500
(Trf to EB Plygrd Capital)
22030-2762-126-7911.45870 (20362.000) 15,000
(Trf to LaSalle Tract)
22030-2764-126-7680.176 (20364.000) 50,000
(Patrons of Lafreniere Park)
22030-2763-127-7680.170 (20373.000) 100,000
(New Growth Economic Dev Assoc)
22030-2762-127-7680.210 (20372.000) 4,000
(Home & Garden Club of GNO)
22030-2763-127-7680.210 (20373.000) 4,000
(Home & Garden Club of GNO)
22030-2765-126-7680.204 (20365.000) 10,000
(Bucktown Bash and Shrimp Festival)
22030-2764-126-7911.44650 (20364.000) 6,500
(Trf to Lafreniere Park Capital)
WBRBG (FUND 22040)
Revenues
22040-4460 Appropriate $240,594 $411,534
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
22040-0000-5430 (20471.000) (300,000)
(WBRBG)
22040-0000-5430 (20473.000) 300,000
(WBRBG)
Expenditures
22040-2772-7911.44500 (20472.000) 236,370
(Trf to Streets Capital)
22040-2773-7699.9 (20473.000) 1,724
(Other Misc Expense)
22040-2773-7680.207 (20473.000) 2,500
(Boys and Girls Club of SELA)
22040-2773-7680.170 (20473.000) 150,000
(New Growth Economic Dev Assoc)
22040-2773-7680.209 (20473.000) 4,940
(Helen Cox H. S.)

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22040-277X-7680 (2047X.000) 12,000


(Community Services)
22040-2771-7680.210 (20471.000) 4,000
(Home & Garden Club of GNO)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-4460 Appropriate $117,370
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22200-3000-7911.44500 117,370
(Trf to Streets Capital Program)
CONSOLIDATED DRAINAGE (FUND 22320)
Revenues
22320-4460 Appropriate $125,069
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
22320-3270-114-7911.45400 125,069
(Trf to Consol Water Capital)
CONSOL SEWER (FUND 53000)
Revenues
53000-4460 Appropriate $365,000
(Unappropriated Fund Balance)
Expenditures
53000-3850-114-7911.44940 365,000
(Trf to Consol Sewer Cap)
SECTION 2. That the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended by
adjusting the revenues and/or expenditures within the following
departments:
GENERAL FUND (FUND 10010)
Revenues
10010-0000-5369 $40,000
(Mortgage and Conveyance Fee)
10010-0000-5521 60,000
(Bond Forfeitures)
10010-0000-5832 80,000
(Lease Rental Income)
10010-0000-5833.2 (200,000)
(Mineral Lease Royalties)
10010-0000-5911.45910 32,700
(Trf fr Emergency Mgmt Capital)
ELECTIONS (DEPT 0050)
Expenditures
10010-0050-7540 (2,000)
(Advertising)
10010-0050-7693 (4,539)
(Election Expense)
10010-0050-7699.9 (492)
(Other Misc Expense)
PUBLIC SAFETY GRANTS & ADMIN (DEPT 0150)
Expenditures
10010-0150-114-7518 32,700
(Subscription Online Service)
NON-DEPARTMENTAL (DEPT 0850)
Expenditures
10010-0850-7911.22180 7,756
(Trf to Security Enhancement)
Revenues
21850-0000-5368 $11,765
(Advertising Revenue)
EB CONSOL FIRE (FUND 22100)
Revenues
22100-0000-5841 $40,000
(Fire Watch Revenues)
FIRE DISTRICT No. 7 (FUND 22150)
Expenditures
22140-2960-7346.1 ($164,460)
(Fire Services)
SECURITY ENHANCEMENT DISTRICT (FUND 22180)
Revenues
22180-0000-5911.10010 $7,756
(Trf fr General Fund)
Expenditures
22180-287X-7346.4 (100)
(Security Service Contract)
22180-2875-7346.4 7,756
(Espirit Security Contract)
STREETS (FUND 22200)
Revenues
22200-0000-5851 $52,123
(Sale of Fixed Assets)
CONSOL ROAD LIGHTING (FUND 22240)
Revenues
22240-0000-5810 $13,920
(Other Income)
CONSOL SEWER (FUND 53000)
Revenues
53000-0000-5332.9 $14,674
(Leachate Treatment)
SECTION 3. That the Ad Valorem revenues (0000-501X) identified in the 2016
Operating Budget are amended to reflect the current taxable assessments/taxes
adjusted by the appropriate collection factor per District as follows:
Fund Fund Name Amount
10010 General Fund 27,000
21670 Transit 67,000
21680 MITS 34,000
21700 Juvenile Services 118,000
21710 Animal Shelter 48,000
21730 Health Unit 7,000
21740 Human Services Authority 19,000
21770 Ambulance Dist No 2 16,000
21790 Library 219,000
21830 Consol Jefferson Recreation Dist 106,000
21940 Playground District No 16 98,000
22080 Fire District #9 (Grand Isle) 28,000
22100 EB Consol Fire District 789,000
22110 Fire District #3 (River Ridge) 54,000
22120 Fire District #5 (Terrytown) 12,000
22130 Fire District #6 (Harvey) 25,000
22140 Fire District #7 (Westwego) (337,000)
22150 Fire District #8 (Marrero) (221,000)
22230 Road Lighting District No 7 48,000
22240 JP Consol Road Lighting 33,000
22320 Consolidated Drainage #2 130,000
22390 Consolidated Garbage District No 1 52,000
22520 Economic Development 6,000
22530 Criminal Justice 30,000
22540 Culture & Parks 23,000
22560 Senior Services 6,000
22600 Inspector General Ethics & Compl 5,000
39230 Consol Playground Dist #2 (23,000)
39410 Fire Protection District #7 (48,000)
53000 Consol Sewer 43,000
SECTION 4. That the 2016 Operating Budget of Jefferson Parish is amended
by increasing/decreasing the revenues (Acct No. 5251) to reflect the latest State
Revenue Sharing distribution identified from the State:
STATE REVENUE SHARING DISTRIBUTION
Fund Fund Name From To Difference
10010 General Fund $291,000 $227,504 $(63,496)
21700 Juvenile Services 67,000 52,453 (14,547)
21710 Animal Shelter 198,135 155,125 (43,010)
21730 Health Unit 30,958 24,239 (6,719)
21740 Human Service Authority 80,493 63,019 (17,474)
21790 Library 566,000 443,136 (122,864)
21830 Consol Playground 416,373 325,900 (90,473)
22100 EB Consol. Fire 197,336 154,807 (42,529)
22110 Fire # 3 (River Ridge) 55,927 43,769 (12,158)
22120 Fire # 5 (Terrytown) 45,583 35,615 (9,968)
22130 Fire # 6 (Harvey) 23,690 18,422 (5,268)
22140 Fire # 7 (Westwego Area) 29,031 22,540 (6,491)
22150 Fire # 8 (Marrero) 103,516 83,294 (20,222)
22230 Road Lighting Dist No 7 1,394 1,168 (226)
22240 Consol Road Lighting 194,562 196,394 1,832
22320 Drainage Dist No 1 779,144 609,955 (169,189)
22390 Garbage Dist No 1 272,733 213,472 (59,261)
53000 Consol Sewer 0 512,257 512,257

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SECTION 5. That the Interest-Pooled Assets revenues (0000-5710.1) identified


in the 2016 Operating Budget are amended to reflect the current collections as
follows:
Fund Fund Name Amount
10010 General Fund $100,000
21670 Transit 31,000
21680 MITS 22,000
21700 Juvenile Services 39,000
21710 Animal Shelter 12,000
21720 Mosquito Control 2,000
21730 Health Unit 2,000
21790 Library 55,000
21830 Consol Jefferson Recreation Dist. 45,000
21850 Alario Center 1,000
21950 Lafreniere Park 1,000
21970 LaSalle Park 2,000
22020 CD Video Poker 1,000
22030 CD Tourism (8,000)
22040 CD Riverboat Gaming (6,000)
22060 Health Premium Return 1,000
22100 EB Consol Fire District 109,000
22110 Fire District No. 3 (River Ridge) 15,000
22120 Fire District No. 5 (Terrytown) 19,000
22130 Fire District No. 6 (Harvey) 26,000
22140 Fire District No. 7 (Westwego) 6,000
22150 Fire District No. 8 (Marrero) 18,000
22160 Emergency Communications 3,000
22230 Road Lighting District No. 7 4,000
22240 JP Consol Road Lighting 19,000
22320 Consolidated Drainage #2 17,000
22390 Consolidated Garbage District No. 1 14,000
22520 Economic Development 3,000
22530 Criminal Justice (4,000)
22560 Senior Services 2,000
22570 Terrytown TIF 7,000
22580 Metairie CBD 4,000
22600 Inspector General Ethics & Compl 4,000
22610 Off Duty Witness Fund 8,000
22650 Public Education & Govt Program 7,000
23010 CD BP Settlement Funds 275,000
SECTION 6. That the Finance Director is authorized to perform such ancillary
transactions as are necessary to give full force and effect to this ordinance.
The foregoing ordinance having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This ordinance was declared to be adopted on the 8th day of June, 2016, 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 Ms. Lee-Sheng, seconded by Mr. Roberts, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127168
A resolution appointing Mr. David Martinez to the Jefferson Parish Housing
Authority Board, as representative of Jefferson Parish Council At-Large Division
B, effective immediately on June 8, 2016, replacing Mr. Joseph Fennidy.
(Parishwide)
NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Mr. David Martinez is hereby appointed to the Jefferson
Parish Housing Authority Board as representative of Jefferson Parish Council AtLarge Division B, effective immediately on June 8, 2016, replacing Mr. Joseph
Fennidy.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be sent to Mr. David Martinez, 4325
Cousins Boulevard, Marrero Louisiana 70072.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered.
RESOLUTION NO. 127202
A resolution authorizing a settlement in the lawsuit entitled Dominique Leach v.
The Parish of Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 750-707, Div. I, and to provide
for related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson is a party in a lawsuit entitled Dominique
Leach v. The Parish of Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 750-707, Div. I; 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 matter amicably:
NOW THEREFORE, the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as governing authority
of the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, hereby resolves:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Attorney is hereby authorized to agree to the
proposed settlement in the lawsuit entitled Dominique Leach v. The Parish of
Jefferson, et al., 24th JDC, No. 750-707, Div. I and to sign and file with the
Court any and all pleadings and other papers consistent with the terms of that
settlement, and take any other actions necessary or advisable to effectuate the
settlement.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127200
A resolution requesting the Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to
continue its current policies with regard to the committees recommendations
to the Jefferson Parish Council for all alcoholic beverage permit violations
occurring prior to the adoption of Summary Ordinance No. 24507, which
ordinance amends the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances provisions relative to
alcoholic beverage permit regulations and procedures. (Council District 5)
BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of Jefferson Parish, acting as
governing authority of said parish:
SECTION 1. That this Council does hereby request the Alcoholic Beverage
Permit Review Committee to continue its current policies with regard to the
committees recommendations to the Jefferson Parish Council for all alcoholic
beverage permit violations occurring prior to the adoption of Summary
Ordinance No. 24507, which ordinance amends the Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances provisions relative to alcoholic beverage permit regulations and
procedures.
SECTION 2. That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to all members of the
Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee.
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 8thday of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127198
A resolution adding and approving a subcontractor for professional services in
association with the Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement with
Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects dated December 16, 2015, and to provide
for related matters. (Council District 5).
WHEREAS, there is an Architectural and Engineering Services Agreement
between Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 2, Parish of Jefferson,
State of Louisiana, d/b/a East Jefferson General Hospital (EJGH) and Sizeler
Thompson Brown Architects dated December 16, 2015, as authorized by
Resolution No. 125130 dated June 10, 2015, to provide professional architectural
and engineering services on an as-needed basis to EJGH; and
WHEREAS, Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects has been tasked with providing
design and construction administration for the construction of a new Free
Standing Emergency Department (FED) for EJGH; and
WHEREAS, GSR Andrade Architects, Inc.s services are required to provide
professional services associated with the design and construction administration

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of the FED; and


WHEREAS, it is therefore in the best interest of Jefferson Parish and EJGH to
add GSR Andrade Architects, Inc.s to Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects
previously submitted list of subcontractors; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 101506 requires that each prime professional
service provider submit to Jefferson Parish an affidavit containing a list of
subcontractors involved in each contract.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as the governing authority of said Parish and
Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 2, Parish of Jefferson, State of
Louisiana, d/b/a East Jefferson General Hospital:
SECTION 1. That GSR Andrade Architects, Inc. be added to the list of
subcontractors for professional services in association with the Architectural and
Engineering Services Agreement with Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects dated
December 16, 2015 to perform professional services for East Jefferson General
Hospitals new Free Standing Emergency Department.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence, the ViceChairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to
give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127197
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for submittals of
Statements of Qualifications from qualified, non-profit entities to operate,
occupy and use the facilities located at 11312 Jefferson Highway in River Ridge,
Louisiana and 1855 Ames Blvd., in Marrero, Louisiana to provide full-time
comprehensive medical care in an outpatient or ambulatory care setting. (Council
District 3)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson owns two buildings, one located at 11312
Jefferson Highway in River Ridge, Louisiana and another located at 1855 Ames
Blvd. in Marrero, Louisiana which have traditionally been used as healthcare
facilities to provide primary and comprehensive health services to the indigent
and uninsured populations of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to allow a non-profit entity to
operate, occupy and use the facilities to provide healthcare to individuals across
the healthcare spectrum, that includes pediatrics to adults to establish a healthier
population in Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to select a qualified non-profit entity
through a solicitation of Statements of Qualifications from entities interested
in the operation, occupancy, and use of the facilities to provide full-time
comprehensive medical care in an outpatient or ambulatory care setting;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Clerk be and is hereby authorized to advertise for
submittals of Statements of Qualifications from qualified, non-profit entities
interested in the operation, occupancy and use of the facilities to provide fulltime comprehensive medical care in an outpatient or ambulatory care setting.
SECTION 2. That the non-profit entity submitting a Statement of Qualifications
shall have the following minimum qualifications:
1. The entity under consideration shall have at least one (1) principal who has
at least five (5) years of experience in providing full-time comprehensive health
care services to the indigent and uninsured.
2. The ability to provide full-time comprehensive care on-site, that includes, but
is not limited to, diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment, intervention and
social services.
3. The ability to provide services to uninsured patients.
SECTION 3. That the following ranking criteria shall be used to evaluate the
statements of the non-profit entities in the operation, occupancy, and use of the
facilities to provide full-time comprehensive medical care in an outpatient or
ambulatory care setting:
1. History of entity and capability to perform the services. (15 points)
2. Relevant healthcare experience of entity in providing similar services to the
indigent and uninsured population. (15 points)
3. Professional training and experience of the individuals who will be providing
the services at the facilities, generally and in relation to the subject matter
expertise required. (25 points)
4. Ability to provide additional services and specialty services directly or through
a referral basis. (15 points)
5. Project approach, schedule, and ability to timely implement project. (15
points)
6. Financial viability of entity to provide services to the uninsured population.
(15 points)
SECTION 4. That the evaluation committee shall be comprised of the Director
of Finance, Tim Palmatier, Director of Legal Analysis, Deon Green, and Director
of Legal Analysis, Tiffany Scot Wilken, who shall all be voting members, and a
representative of the Parish Attorneys office who shall be a non-voting member.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127199
A resolution declaring August 1521, 2016, to be a parish-wide public awareness
week for the prevention of underage drinking, encouraging parish alcohol
retailers to be part of the PROGRAM, promoting changes in parish alcohol laws
to better address community underage drinking concerns, and establishing an
opportunity for a uniform penalty for Alcoholic Beverage Dealer Permit holders
found by the Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to have sold an
alcoholic beverage to an underage person during a compliance check conducted
by the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office under the Human Services Authority
alcohol awareness grant program; and otherwise providing with respect thereto.
(Council District 5)
WHEREAS, under an alcohol awareness grant from the Human Services
Authority, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office has been conducting compliance
checks on hundreds of alcoholic beverage outlets in Jefferson Parish, and has
found that about half of the outlets investigated sold an alcoholic beverage to an
individual under the age of twenty-one years, in violation of the provisions of
Chapter 4 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances; and
WHEREAS, this Council wishes both to eliminate the pervasiveness of
opportunity for underage alcohol sales in the parish and to engage the community
in a unified effort to promote general responsible alcohol management, especially
around underage individuals; and
WHEREAS, in an effort to better address community underage drinking
concerns, this Council has created a Responsible Alcohol Management Fund
and has recently adopted changes to the provisions of Chapter 4 of the Jefferson
Parish Code of Ordinances, which will better serve the public when promoted in
an awareness campaign; and
WHEREAS, said awareness campaign will require the widespread cooperation
of Jefferson Parish alcohol retailers & their servers, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs
Office & its officers, parish government & its workers, and others; and said
awareness campaign will be referenced by the acronym PROGRAM (Parish
Retailers, Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol Management) and
various promotional slogans encouraging community leaders, parents, teachers,
students, business owners, and employees to get with the PROGRAM, join
the PROGRAM, and be part of the PROGRAM; and
WHEREAS, the back-to-school time period is a cultural touchstone for parents,
teachers, businesses, government, and the public-at-large to consider the general
well-being and future of underage individuals, and said back-to-school time
period is best delineated by the first full week of the public school year, which
shall next occur on August 1521, 2016; and
WHEREAS, following the then established procedures set forth in the provisions
of Chapter 4 of the Code of Ordinances, the Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review
Committee has heard many of the cases and has recommended in the great
majority of these cases that the Council suspend the Alcoholic Beverage Dealers
Permit for permit-holders found to be in violation for a period of two weeks with
one week of the suspension deferred under certain conditions; and
WHEREAS, this Council wishes to establish an opportunity for Alcoholic
Beverage Dealer Permit holders found by the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
Review Committee to have sold an alcoholic beverage to an underage person
during a Sheriffs compliance check of the permittees premises conducted by
the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office under the Human Services Authority grant
program to have their permits to distribute alcoholic beverages suspended for one
week beginning at 12:00 AM on August 15, 2016, and ending at 11:59 AM on
August 21, 2016.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of

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SECTION 1. That this Council hereby declares August 15, 2016, through
August 21, 2016, to be a parish-wide public awareness week for the prevention
of underage drinking of alcoholic beverages, for the promotion of the parish
Responsible Alcohol Management Fund & all other newly adopted changes to
the provisions of Chapter 4 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, and
for the general promotion of the parish alcohol PROGRAM, which shall be an
acronym (Parish Retailers, Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol
Management) referencing the parish-wide partnership of alcohol retailers,
law enforcement officers, parish government, and other individuals & groups
collectively working to prevent underage alcohol sales, to enforce alcohol
laws prohibiting underage alcohol sales, to train alcohol dealers and servers
in responsible alcohol management, and to mitigate the damages of underage
alcohol consumption.
SECTION 2. That this Council hereby establishes an opportunity, as part of
the PROGRAM, that Alcoholic Beverage Dealer Permit holders found by
the Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee to have sold an alcoholic
beverage to an underage person during a compliance check of the permittees
premises conducted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office under the Human
Services Authority alcohol awareness grant program may have their permits to
distribute alcoholic beverages suspended for one week beginning at 12:00 AM on
August 15, 2016, and ending at 11:59 AM on August 21, 2016.
SECTION 3. That any Alcoholic Beverage Dealer Permit holder who, as part
of the PROGRAM, serves the full week of suspension, as delineated by this
resolution, shall also require all alcoholic beverage servers working at the
location of the respective violation, their respective managers, and at least one
owner of the respective establishment to complete a responsible vendor class
offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority within six (6) months
of the respective date of adoption of any resolution acknowledging an Alcoholic
Beverage Dealer Permit holders participation in the PROGRAM.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127209
A resolution authorizing the Purchasing Department to advertise a Request for
Proposals to provide computer services for the MIS and GIS Divisions of the
Electronic Information Systems Department and further requesting the Parish
E.I.S. Department to develop a plan to migrate the parishs computer system to a
newer, more efficient and user friendly platform. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, there is a need for computer services to assist the EIS Department
with maintaining and improving Parishwide network services, supporting parish
computer users, and providing GIS operational support; and
WHEREAS, various other parish departments utilize computer contractor
support for projects that they fund, such as installing data wiring in new facilities
and rewiring existing facilities; and
WHEREAS, public bids are not mandated by law and technical requirements
inherent in services dictate that price is not the sole criterion, it is in the best
interest of Jefferson Parish to obtain competitive proposals as allowed by Section
2-895 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 the Council hereby authorizes the Purchasing Department
to advertise a Request for Proposals to provide computer services for the
Electronic Information Systems Department and further requests the Parish
E.I.S. Department to develop a plan to migrate the parishs computer system to a
newer, more efficient and user friendly platform.
SECTION 2. That in advertising, all the usual requirements as provided
in regular Jefferson Parish RFP advertising procedures be included in the
advertisement and the RFP.
SECTION 3. That the evaluation committee shall consist of representatives
from the following departments in accordance with Jefferson Parish Code of
Ordinances Section 2-895, RFP Evaluation Committee and Section 2-875.25
Data Processing Advisory Board: parish attorneys office, finance, purchasing,
research and budget office, EIS Department, the parish presidents office, and the
data processing coordinator; the director of the department of public works or his
designee; the director of the personnel department or his designee; .
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with the advertisement of this RFP shall be
charged to Account No. 63520-3952-7540, and all costs associated with services
under the contract be charged to various departments, Account Nos. 7214.1,
7214.2, 7331, 7432.4, 7745, and 7746.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127213
A resolution ratifying a Subaward Agreement for Elevation of flood-prone
structures in Grand Isle with the Governors Office of Homeland Security
and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) through the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) with federal funding of $3,398,220.00 (Three
Million Three Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Two Hundred Twenty dollars)
and a property owner matching amount of $0.00, and to authorize the Director
of the Department of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation to sign any
and all documents and property owner contracts required in the administration of
the grant funding. (Council District 1).
WHEREAS, In 2011 FEMA opened the 2012 Hazard Mitigation Assistance
(HMA) grant programs for a Nationwide competitive application cycle; and
WHEREAS, The Town of Grand Isle as the subgrantee applied using the Hazard
Mitigation Plan through the Parish of Jefferson for Repetitive Flood Claims
(RFC) funds through GOHSEP and FEMA in December of 2011; and
WHEREAS, The Parish of Jefferson has become the Subgrantee for the
Repetitive Flood Claims (RFC) grant funds through GOHSEP and FEMA in May
2016; and
WHEREAS, GOHSEP has provided a subgrantee award to Jefferson Parish for
project number RFC-PJ-06-LA-2012-005; and
WHEREAS, the objective of this project is to complete the Elevation of FEMA
approved flood-prone structures in Grand Isle; and
WHEREAS, GOHSEP through FEMA shall reimburse the PARISH a maximum
of $3,398,220.00 in federal funds in consideration of eligible services performed;
and
WHEREAS, the Director of Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation is
authorized to sign contracts with property owners in grant programs per Jefferson
parish Code of Ordinances 2-31, however the RFC grant type is not listed in the
ordinance; and
WHEREAS, the designation of the Director of Floodplain Management and
Hazard Mitigation to sign any and all documents and property owner contracts
required in the administration of the grant funding will expedite the elevation
process to meet grant period of performance parameters; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of the
PARISH, GOHSEP, and FEMA in a better prepared manner for flood hazard
events.
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 for Elevation of flood-prone
structures in Grand Isle with GOHSEP through FEMA with federal funding
of $3,398,220.00 (Three Million Three Hundred Ninety Eight Thousand Two
Hundred Twenty dollars) and a property owner matching amount of $0.00 to be
and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Director of Floodplain Management and Hazard
Mitigation is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents and property
owner contracts required in the administration of the 2012 Repetitive Flood
Claims grant with project number of RFC-PJ-06-LA-2012-005.
SECTION 3. That the cost of this agreement is to be charged to Account No.
21410-1240-xxx-xxxx(1415x.xxx).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded Ms. Lee-Sheng, by the following resolution

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was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127215
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
the Parish of Jefferson and Marine Missionary Baptist Church to provide for the
salaries of four (4) teachers for the summer enrichment program at a cost not
exceed $5,000.00. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, 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 is authorized by Art. I, Sec. 1 of the
Louisiana Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and
general welfare of the public; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as to transform and
revitalize communities through positive programs that will educate and empower
the children of the Shrewsbury community living in need, allowing them to
develop and grow into productive citizens; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
the value from at-risk youths growing up to be productive, independent, selfsufficient citizens of Jefferson Parish, that is at least equivalent to the Five
Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) 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.
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 Marine Missionary Baptist Church to provide for a summer
enrichment program at a cost not to exceed Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) is
here by ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this agreement shall be taken from
Account No. 22020-2752-7680.208 (20252.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127211
A resolution authorizing a Long Term Loan Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Henry and Pat Shane to provide for the extended loan of
TRAVELLERS, three concreate sculptures by the artist Deborah Masters, located
at West Esplanade Avenue, east of Power Boulevard and to provide for related
matters. (Council District 4)
WHEREAS, Henry and Pat Shane are the owners of TRAVELLERS, three
concreate sculptures by the artist Deborah Masters, which they are willing to
place on long-term loan and eventually donate to the Parish of Jefferson; and
WHEREAS, the three sculptures; TRAVELLERS, are concrete measuring 9.5
by 30 by 6 each; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a need and a use for these works of art as
part of the beautification of West Esplanade Avenue; and
WHEREAS, the residents of Jefferson Parish will benefit from this arrangement
specifically by the artistic enrichment and beautification provided by said
sculptures.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE JEFFERSON PARISH
COUNCIL acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Long Term Loan Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Henry and Pat Shane to provide for the extended loan and
eventual donation of TRAVELLERS, three concrete sculptures by artist Deborah
Masters, located at West Esplanade Avenue, east of Power Boulevard, is hereby
authorized.
SECTION 2. That the Chairwoman of the Council, or in his absence, the ViceChairman is hereby authorized to execute any documents required to give effect
to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127204
A resolution granting permission to Iglesia Bautista Horeb Church to have a
Family Fair on grounds located at 230 Bellemeade Boulevard, Gretna, Louisiana
70056, on June 6, 2016; waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes on the proceeds
received by Iglesia Bautista Horeb Church, provided that all necessary permits
are obtained and that all requirements are met. (Council District 1)
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 Council does hereby grant permission to Iglesia Bautista
Horeb Church to have a Family Fair on grounds located at 230 Bellemeade
Boulevard, Gretna, Louisiana 70056, on June 6, 2016; waiving all Jefferson
Parish taxes on the proceeds received by Iglesia Bautista Horeb Church, provided
that all necessary permits are obtained and that all requirements are met.
SECTION 2. That the Council Clerk is hereby requested to forward a copy of
this resolution to Rev. David Rodriguez, Iglesia Bautista Horeb Church, 230
Bellemeade Boulevard, Gretna, Louisiana 70056, the Jefferson Parish Health
Department, the Department of Inspection & Code Enforcement and Department
of Citizens Affairs.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127203
A resolution granting permission to the Cervantes Fundacion Hispano Americana
de Arte, represented by Mr. Javier Olondo, 4056 East Louisiana State Drive,
Kenner, LA 70065, to conduct a Que Pasa Fest in the Meadow (stage area)
in Lafreniere Park on Friday, October 7, 2016, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and
Saturday, October 8, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.; to allow the sale of
beverages, food, liquor and beer in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines
and agreements; and to allow live music (provided that the Parish noise
ordinance is observed in all cases) on Friday, October 7, 2016, until 9:00 p.m.
and Saturday, October 8, 2016, until 9:00 p.m., in connection therewith, for the
purpose of raising money to pay artists and promote Latino Cultural Heritage;
provided that all necessary permits have been obtained from the Department of
Inspection and Code Enforcement, the Department of Recreation, the Jefferson
Parish Fire Department, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office and from the State
of Louisiana Office of Beverage Control to conduct such an event and that all
requirements and regulations of said departments and Lafreniere Park are met,
and all required fire regulations are met, and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
Permission is also granted to erect five (5) temporary signs not to exceed 4-foot
by 8-foot advertising said festival on Sunday, September 25, 2016, through
Sunday October 9, 2016, at the following 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: one on the
Parish right-of-way in the median of Power Blvd. and Bruin; one on the Parish
right-of-way in the median near the U-turn on West Napoleon Avenue at David
Drive; one on the Parish right-of-way in the median of Bonnabel Blvd. near
Veterans Blvd. (not in the Veterans Blvd. median); one on the Parish right-of-way
in the median of Severn Avenue near Veterans Blvd. (not in the Veterans Blvd.
median); and one on the Parish right of way of Veterans Blvd. at Downs Blvd.
and that all signs must be removed by 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 9, 2016.
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 Cervantes Fundacion
Hispano Americana de Arte, represented by Mr. Javier Olando, 4056 East
Louisiana State Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70065, to conduct a Que Pasa Fest
in the Meadow (stage area) in Lafreniere Park on Friday, October 7, 2016, from
5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Saturday, October 8, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00
p.m.; and to allow the sale of beverages, food, alcoholic beverages and beer
in conformance with Parish and Park guidelines and agreements; and to allow

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live music (provided that the Parish noise ordinance is observed in all cases) on
Friday, October 7, 2016, until 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday, October 8, 2016, until
9:00 p.m. in connection therewith; and waiving all Jefferson Parish taxes.
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 Recreation, the Jefferson Parish Fire Department, the
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, and from the State of Louisiana Office of
Alcohol Beverage Control to conduct such a festival and that all indemnification
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 permission is also granted to erect five (5) temporary signs
not to exceed 4-foot by 8-foot advertising said festival on Sunday, September
25, 2016, through Sunday, October 9, 2016, at the following locations provided
that the placement of all signs are approved by the Traffic Engineering Division
and that none of said signs cause any sight obstructions for motorists: one on the
Parish right-of-way in the median of Power Blvd. and Bruin; one on the Parish
right-of-way in the median near the U-turn on West Napoleon Avenue at David
Drive; one on the Parish right-of-way in the median of Bonnabel Blvd. near
Veterans Blvd. (not in the Veterans Blvd. median); one on the Parish right-of-way
in the median of Severn Avenue near Veterans Blvd. (not in the Veterans Blvd.
median); and one on the parish right of way on Veterans Blvd. at Downs Blvd.
and that all signs must be removed by 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 9, 2016.
SECTION 4. That said signs are to measure no more than four feet wide by eight
feet in length; and that said signs shall not obstruct motorists view of traffic.
SECTION 5. That a copy of said resolution be attached to each while displayed.
SECTION 6. That signs permitted for placement on public rights-of-way herein
shall not include any corporate or sponsor names, logos or text, except to identify
the primary sponsoring organization to which this resolution grants permission to
erect said sign advertising the primary sponsors function or event.
SECTION 7. That all proceeds from said fund raiser will be used to pay artists
and promote Latino Cultural Heritage and that no compensation will be paid to
anyone for services rendered in connection with said festival.
SECTION 8. That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Javier
Olando, 4056 East Louisiana State Drive, Kenner, Louisiana 70065; Lafreniere
Park and all departments in connection therewith.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127206
A resolution ratifying the attached contract between the Parish of Jefferson and
McCraine, Sistrunk, Anzelmo, Hardy, McDaniel & Welch, LLC to provide legal
services in the matter of Katherine F. Costanza vs. Jefferson Parish Department
of Environmental Affairs, Personnel Doc. #2016-001. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 126504 adopted on February 17, 2016,
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 June 1, 2016 to
discuss the selection of counsel for legal services in the matter of Katherine F.
Costanza vs. Jefferson Parish Department of Environmental Affairs, Personnel
Doc. #2016-001; and
WHEREAS, the Legal Services Evaluation Committee selected McCraine,
Sistrunk, Anzelmo, Hardy, McDaniel & Welch, LLC 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 McCraine, Sistrunk, Anzelmo, Hardy, McDaniel &
Welch, LLC, to provide legal services legal services in the matter of Katherine
F. Costanza vs. Jefferson Parish Department of Environmental Affairs, Personnel
Doc. #2016-001
SECTION 2. The term of this agreement shall commence upon date of selection
of firm, June 1, 2016.
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127216
A resolution ratifying an Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson Parish
and the City of Harahan to provide senior transportation improvements for a cost
not to exceed $10,000.00. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage
in intergovernmental agreements with each other, with the United States or its
agencies, or with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals;
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 intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, Municipality is a constitutionally and statutorily-created political
subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional and statutory
authority to contract, including entering intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of this Agreement is to assist the elderly
citizens of Jefferson Parish, in particular the elderly citizens of the Municipality,
in securing equal opportunity and receiving services in the areas of health,
employment, and recreation, advancing the quality of life initiative in Jefferson
Parish for senior citizens, pursuant to the Jefferson Parish Charter Sec. 1.01(14)
and 1.01(15);
WHEREAS, Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
healthier, more independent seniors as a result of providing services to the
elderly of Jefferson Parish in the areas of housing information, transportation,
physical and mental health, employment, institutional care information,
wholesome nutrition, recreation, community services, educational services,
improvements to senior transportation services, and other community services,
which will enhance the welfare and livelihood of the senior citizens of Jefferson
Parish, in particular the elderly citizens of the Municipality, which is at least
equivalent to the $10,000.00 consideration described in this Agreement;
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 Harahan to provide $10,000 to the City of Harahan to provide
senior transportation improvements is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this Agreement shall be charged to
Account No. 22020-2752-7680.162 (20252.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127217
A resolution ratifying an Intergovernmental Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the City of Harahan to provide funding for services for seniors at the
Harahan Senior Center for a cost not to exceed $5,000.00. (Council District 2)
WHEREAS, Art. VII, Sec. 14(C) of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974 provides
that for a public purpose, the State and its political subdivisions may engage
in intergovernmental agreements with each other, with the United States or its
agencies, or with any public or private organization, corporation or individuals;
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 intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, Municipality is a constitutionally and statutorily-created political
subdivision of the State of Louisiana with the constitutional and statutory
authority to contract, including entering intergovernmental agreements;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of this Agreement is to assist the elderly
citizens of Jefferson Parish, in particular the elderly citizens of the Municipality,
in securing equal opportunity and receiving services in the areas of health,
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Parish for senior citizens, pursuant to the Jefferson Parish Charter Sec. 1.01(14)
and 1.01(15);
WHEREAS, Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
healthier, more independent seniors as a result of providing services to the
elderly of Jefferson Parish in the areas of housing information, transportation,
physical and mental health, employment, institutional care information,
wholesome nutrition, recreation, community services, educational services,
improvements to senior transportation services, and other community services,
which will enhance the welfare and livelihood of the senior citizens of Jefferson
Parish, in particular the elderly citizens of the Municipality, which is at least
equivalent to the $5,000.00 consideration described in this Agreement;
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 Harahan to provide funding for services for seniors at the
Harahan Senior Center 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. 22020-2752-7680.162 (20252.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to sign any and all documents
necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, and seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127218
A resolution ratifying a side letter agreement to the February 26, 2015
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement by and among the Jefferson Parish Hospital
Service District No. 1, Louisiana Childrens Medical Center, West Jefferson
Holdings, LLC, and Childrens Hospital of New Orleans, and altering the rights
and obligations contained in Section 4.4 of the February 26, 2015 Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement among the Parties, for the Jefferson Parish Hospital Service
District No. 1. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution 124412 adopted on the 23rd of February
2015, Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 1 and Louisiana Childrens
Medical Center, West Jefferson Holdings, LLC and Childrens Hospital of
New Orleans entered into that certain Cooperative Endeavor Agreement dated
February 26, 2015; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution 125353 adopted on the 10th day of August
2015, the parties to the February 26th, 2015 Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
amended the Agreement, as evidenced by the August 12, 2015, Amendment No.
1 To The Cooperative Endeavor Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the parties desire to further amend the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement as amended, specifically Section 4.4 of the Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That the June 2016 side letter agreement amending the rights and
obligations contained in Section 4.4 of the February 26, 2015, Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement as amended, by and among the Jefferson Parish Hospital
Service District No. 1, Louisiana Childrens Medical Center, West Jefferson
Holdings, LLC, and Childrens Hospital of New Orleans is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127212
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for submittals of
Statements of Qualifications from firms/individuals who are interested in serving
as Investment Manager for Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 2 by
actively trading the portfolio managed within the districts Investment Policy
guidelines and according to state law. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to have the funds of the Jefferson
Parish Hospital Service District No. 2 professionally managed within the
districts Investment Policy guidelines and according to state law; and
WHEREAS, the funds of the Jefferson Parish Hospital District No. 2 include
approximately 5 accounts which are to be managed and reported on separately;
and
WHEREAS, the allocation of these funds will consist of approximately 25
Treasury and Agency securities, and 190 Municipal bonds (both taxable and tax
exempt); and
WHEREAS, the investment services will include liquidity management of
operating funds requiring frequent reporting to the Hospital Service District; and
WHEREAS, the Investment Manager will be responsible for maintaining
compliance with state law as well as the internal investment guidelines and
various bond indenture covenants of the districts; and
WHEREAS, Louisiana law requires the use of professional investment
management for certain investments held by governmental entities as per RS
33:2955; and
WHEREAS, interest yields on investments are increased by professional
management of the Hospital Service Districts funds; and,
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson desires to select an Investment Manager
through a solicitation of Statements of Qualifications from firms/individuals
interested in serving as Investment Manager for the Jefferson Parish Hospital
Service District No. 2;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of Jefferson Parish
Hospital Service District No. 2:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Clerk be and is hereby authorized to advertise
for submittals of Statements of Qualifications from firms/individuals, who are
interested in serving as Investment Manager for the Jefferson Parish Hospital
Service District No. 2 by actively trading the portfolio managed within the
districts Investment Policy guidelines and according to state law.
SECTION 2. That the following ranking criteria shall be used to evaluate the
statements of the firms/individuals interested in serving as investment manager
for the Jefferson Parish Hospital Service District No. 2:
1. Experience in and understanding of investment management; (25 points)
2. Professional training and experience of the individuals or firms assigned to the
project, generally and in relation to the subject matter expertise required for this
project; (25 points)
3. Past and current accomplishments, for which references from clients or former
clients and information gathered by inspection of current or recent projects may
be considered; (10 points)
4. Past performance by individual or firm on public sector projects; (10 points)
5. Past performance by individual or firm on similar-sized private sector projects;
(10 points)
6. Provide a suggested fee schedule relative to the services to be used for
negotiation purposes; (10 points)
7. Provide verification that individual or firm is a Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) Registered Investment Advisor; (5 points)
8. Respondents provide errors & omissions insurance in effect at the time
of submission and adequate financial resources to fund potential obligations
resulting from malfeasance, inappropriate conduct, and negligence; (5 points)
SECTION 3. That the evaluation committee shall be comprised of Tim
Palmatier, Director of Finance, Alan Gandolfi, Director of Research and Budget,
and Tiffany Scot Wilken, Director of Legal Analysis, who shall all be voting
members, and a representative of the Parish Attorneys office who shall be a nonvoting member.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127214
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Vietnamese
American Community in Louisiana, Inc., to promote the Vietnamese culture in
Jefferson Parish through assisting with its 2016 Pho Festival to be held on June
25 and 26, 2016 at Mel Ott Park, 2301 Belle Chasse Highway Gretna, Louisiana,
at a cost not to exceed $12,000.00 (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
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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, pursuant to Jefferson Parish Charter
Section 1.01(15) has the authority to develop and administer recreational and
cultural programs; and
WHEREAS, The Parish of Jefferson, desires to cooperate with the Vietnamese
American Community in Louisiana, Inc., in the implementation of the Project as
hereinafter provided;
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to promote the Vietnamese
culture in Jefferson Parish through assisting in its 2016 Pho Festival, scheduled
for June 25 and 26, 2016, at Mel Ott Park, 2301 Belle Chasse Highway Gretna,
Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit
of the Vietnamese American Community in Louisianas safe, family friendly
festival, which will increase tourism and promote the culture and the unique,
Vietnamese community, which is at least equivalent to the $12,000.00
consideration described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, The Parish of Jefferson will also benefit from the increased tourism
generated by this Pho Festival, as well as increased good will in the Vietnamese
community in Jefferson Parish; 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
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 a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement with the Vietnamese American Community in Louisiana,
Inc., to promote the Vietnamese culture in Jefferson Parish through assisting with
its 20216 Pho Festival to be held on June 25 and 26, 2016, at Mel Ott Park, 2301
Belle Chasse Highway Gretna, Louisiana, at a cost not to exceed $12,000.00.
SECTION 2. The cost arising out of this agreement shall be allocated as follows,
$4,000.00 from account no. 22040-2771-7680 (20471.000); $4,000.00 from
account no. 22040-2772-7680 (20472.000); and $4,000.00 from account no.
22040-2773-7680 (20473.000).
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.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127210
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and the Home & Garden Show of Greater New
Orleans, Inc., to provide for the promotion, production and other costs associated
with the Southern Sportsmans Festival & Expo at the Alario Center at Bayou
Segnette in Westwego, Louisiana on June 10-12, 2016. (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, PARISH desires, as authorized in the Charter of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, Article I, 1.01.15 to cooperate with ORGANIZATION to develop
and administer recreational and cultural facilities and programs through the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose for the expenditure is to provide additional
recreational opportunities and programs for the citizens of Jefferson Parish as
well as to enhance tourism and foster economic development in Jefferson Parish
by providing the Southern Sportsmans Festival & Expo at the Alario Center at
Bayou Segnette in Westwego, Louisiana on June 10-12, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving
a safe family friendly festival and expo, the Southern Sportsmans Festival &
Expo at the Alario Center at Bayou Segnette in Westwego, Louisiana, which
will increase tourism and spending by visitors and citizens, which is at least
equivalent to the Sixteen Thousand Dollars ($16,000.00)

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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 desires to cooperate with the ORGANIZATION in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and the Home & Garden Show of Greater New Orleans, Inc.,
to provide for the promotion, production and other costs associated with the
Southern Sportsmans Festival & Expo at the Alario Center at Bayou Segnette in
Westwego, Louisiana on June 10-12, 2016, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The cost associated with this agreement shall not exceed Sixteen
Thousand Dollars ($16,000.00), which $4,000.00 shall be taken from account no.
22040-2771-7680.210 (20471.000), $4,000.00 shall be taken from account no.
22030-2762-127-7680.210 (20372.000), $4,000.00 shall be taken from account
no. 22030-2763-127-7680.210 (20373.000), and $4,000.00 shall be taken from
account no. 22010-2745-7680.210 (20145.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127205
A resolution dedicating the Boys 11 & 12 Baseball Diamond at the Terrytown
Playground to honor Mr. Ralph Kellogg. (Council District No. 1)
WHEREAS, shortly after moving to Terrytown in 1968, Mr. Ralph Kellogg
joined the booster club and began volunteering at 20 Acres before the Terrytown
Playground was built; and
WHEREAS, during his time at Terrytown Playground, Mr. Kellogg not only
volunteered as a coach but also served as a Booster Club Board Member; and,
together with his wife, he spent many hours volunteering to work the concession
stand at the playground; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Kellogg served for many years as the volunteer commissioner
for the Boys 11-12 Dixie Youth American League at Terrytown Playground,
during which time he started and served as director of a preseason Dixie Youth
Annual Tournament at Terrytown Playground for all West Bank and East Bank
Dixie Youth teams; and
WHEREAS, in the early 80s, Mr. Kellogg became the night supervisor at
Terrytown Playground, during which time he also served as a volunteer on the
West Bank Biddy Basketball Board; and
WHEREAS, in the late 80s, Mr. Kellogg began work full-time for the
Recreation Department as a Special Program Supervisor at the West Bank
Athletic Department Office; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Kellogg retired from the recreation department in 1999, after
many years of extraordinary volunteer and professional service to the youth of
Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, it is therefore appropriate and fitting that the Boys 11 & 12
Baseball Diamond at the Terrytown Playground be named the Ralph. Kellogg
Diamond in recognition of Mr. Kelloggs outstanding contributions to the
success of the programs at the playground; 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 this Council does hereby name the Boys 11 & 12 Baseball
Diamond at the Terrytown Playground as the Ralph Kellogg Diamond.
SECTION 2. That the Parish Clerk shall forward a copy of this resolution to the
Director of Parks and Recreation.
The foregoing resolution having being submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:

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The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127207
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Helen Cox High School, to provide football
equipment for the Helen Cox High School football team. (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 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, PARISH desires, as authorized in Sec. 1.01(15) in the Jefferson
Parish Charter to cooperate with ORGANIZATION in the implementation of the
Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to promote positive
extracurricular activities for the youth of Jefferson Parish and boost the morale
of the football recreational program at Helen Cox High School by facilitating the
purchase of football equipment for the Helen Cox High School football team ;
and
WHEREAS, the PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value of
positive recreational programs for youth of Jefferson Parish, resulting in wellrounded, independent citizens of Jefferson Parish, that is least equivalent to
the Four Thousand, Nine Hundred Thirty-Nine and 06/100 Dollars ($4,939.06)
consideration described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts of these
parties working together; and
WHEREAS, the PARISH desires to cooperate with the ORGANIZATION in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Helen Cox High School, to provide football equipment for the
Helen Cox High School football team, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The cost associated with this agreement shall not exceed Four
Thousand, Nine Hundred Thirty-Nine and 06/100 Dollars ($4,939.06), which
shall be taken from account no. 22040-2773-7680.209 (20473.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127208
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and New Growth Economic Development
Association, to provide for the promotion, production and other costs associated
with the Westbank Heritage Festival on September 3-4, 2016, at the John A.
Alario Event Center in Westwego, Louisiana. (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 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 is authorized by Art. I, Sec. 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and general
welfare of the public; and
WHEREAS, PARISH, as authorized by the Jefferson Parish Charter Section
1.01(15), desires to cooperate with the organization in the implementation of the
Project as hereinafter provided; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose for the expenditure is to provide additional
recreational opportunities and programs for the citizens of Jefferson Parish as
well as to enhance tourism and foster economic development in Jefferson Parish;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has a reasonable expectation of receiving a
safe family friendly festival, the Westbank Heritage Festival at the John A. Alario
Event Center on September 3-4, 2016, which will increase tourism and spending
by visitors and citizens, which is at least equivalent to the Two Hundred and
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) 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, the PARISH desires to cooperate with the organization in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and New Growth Economic Development Association, to provide
for the promotion, production and other costs associated with the Westbank
Heritage Festival on September 3-4, 2016, at the John A. Alario Event Center in
Westwego, Louisiana, be and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The cost associated with this agreement shall not exceed Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00), which $100,000.00 shall be
taken from account no. 22030-2763-127-7680.170(20373.000) and $150,000.00
shall be taken from account no. 22040-2773-7680.170 (20473.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #10 on the
addendum agenda of a resolution requesting the Parish Attorneys Office to draft
an amendment to the contract with New Era Information Technologies L.LC. to
provide supplemental computer services to provide for a one year extension and
further requesting the Parish E.I.S. Department to develop a plan to migrate the
parishs computer system to a newer, more efficient and user friendly platform be
and is hereby cancelled. (Parishwide) (Mr. Roberts)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #6
on the addendum agenda of a resolution ratifying the contract with Brandner
Law Firm to provide legal services in the matter of Parish of Jefferson vs.
Jefferson Parish Personnel Board be and is hereby cancelled. (Parishwide) (Ms.
Van Vrancken, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Zahn)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Spears, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127219
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and New Hope Community Development Corporation to provide for a
summer academic enrichment program. (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 or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and

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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 is authorized by Art. I, Sec. 1 of the
Louisiana Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and
general welfare of the public; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide educational and
cultural enrichment opportunities for the youth of Jefferson Parish through the
establishment of a summer academic enrichment program; and
WHEREAS, , the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value from
the additional educational and cultural enrichment opportunities for the youth
of Jefferson Parish and the promotion of the general welfare and happiness of
Jefferson Parish citizens that is at least equivalent to the Ten Thousand Dollars
($10,000.00) 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.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Parish of Jefferson and New Hope Community Development Corporation to
provide for a summer academic enrichment program, be and is here by ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this agreement shall be taken from
Account No. 22010-2743-7680.205 (20143.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #54 on
the agenda of a resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of
Bayou Daiquiris for two weeks; deferring one week of said suspension with
conditions as specified herein be and is hereby deferred until June 22, 2016.
(Council District No. 4) (Mr. Zahn) (Deferred from 5/11/16)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127220
A resolution rescinding Resolution No. 127136, adopted on May 25, 2016
for the selection of an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms
established under Resolution No. 126761 adopted on April 6, 2016 for routine
engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Street Projects, which
services will be required for West Metairie Avenue Restoration (David Drive to
Roosevelt Boulevard) (hereinafter, the PROJECT) and selecting an engineering
firm from the aforementioned list of the approved firms established under
Resolution No. 126761, adopted on April 6, 2016 for the PROJECT. (Council
District No. 4).
WHEREAS, by virtue of Resolution No. 126761 adopted on April 6, 2016,
a pre-approved list of firms for routine engineering for Street Projects was
established; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is desirous of properly maintaining major arterial
roadways throughout Jefferson Parish for the benefit of Jefferson Parish
residents; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is interested in selecting an engineering firm to
perform design engineering services for West Metairie Avenue Restoration
(David Drive to Roosevelt Boulevard); and
WHEREAS, under Resolution No. 127136, adopted on May 25, 2016, an
engineering firm was inadvertently selected that was not on the new list of
approved firms established by Resolution No. 126761 adopted on April 6, 2016;
and
WHEREAS, the engineering fees associated with the work will not exceed
$300,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the Parish Council desires to select the firm of Infinity
Engineering Consultants, LLC. from the pre-approved list for routine
engineering services which cost under $300,000.00 for Street Projects.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1 That Resolution No. 127136, adopted on May 25, 2016 for the
selection of an engineering firm from the list of the approved firms established
under Resolution No. 126761 adopted on April 6, 2016 for routine engineering
services which cost under $300,000.00 for Street Projects, which services will
be required for West Metairie Avenue Restoration (David Drive to Roosevelt
Boulevard), is hereby rescinded as Arcadis, the Primary Firm selected, is not
on the current list of approved firms.
SECTION 2. That the Council does hereby select the firm of Infinity
Engineering Consultants, LLC., 2626 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA
70119 to provide engineering services in accordance with current Jefferson
Parish design criteria for West Metairie Avenue Restoration (David Drive to
Roosevelt Boulevard).
SECTION 3. 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 4. That when an agreement with the selected firm is ratified, proper
account lines will be established.
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her 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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127221
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Bugsys Hideaway,
owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc., for two weeks; deferring one week
of said suspension with conditions as specified herein; and providing for related
matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Bugsys Hideaway, owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc.,
located at 3006 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 years of
age that occurred on the premises of Bugsys Hideaway; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125903, adopted on October 21,
2015, and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 20, 2015, to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of Bugsys Hideaway, owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc., located at
3006 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Bugsys Hideaway, owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc.,
located at 3006 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two
weeks with one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to
be imposed and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred
indefinitely under certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Bugsys Hideaway,
owned by Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc., located at 3006 Cleary Avenue,
Metairie, Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with
one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed
beginning on July 3, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers, Officers,
& Government for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM); and with
the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely provided
that all alcoholic beverage servers working at Bugsys Hideaway, owned by
Cleary Tavern & Sports Bar Inc., their managers, and at least one owner of this

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establishment must take a responsible vendor class offered by the Jefferson


Parish Human Services Authority within six months of the date of adoption of
this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127222
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Daiquiris &
Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc. No. 3, for two weeks;
deferring one week of said suspension with conditions as specified herein; and
providing for related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Daiquiris & Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli,
Inc. No. 3 located at 1701 Lake Avenue. #D, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016
Alcoholic Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on August 31, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Daiquiris & Creams; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125895, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 6, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of
Daiquiris & Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc. No. 3, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Daiquiris & Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc.
No. 3, located at 1701 Lake Avenue. #D, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of
two weeks with one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension
to be imposed and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred
indefinitely under certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Daiquiris &
Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc. No. 3, located at 1701
Lake Avenue. #D, Metairie, Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of
two weeks with one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension
to be imposed beginning on August 15, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish
Retailers, Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol Management
(PROGRAM); and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred
indefinitely provided that all alcoholic beverage servers working at Daiquiris &
Creams, owned by Daiquiris & Creams & Deli, Inc. No. 3, their managers and
at least one owner of this establishment must take a responsible vendor class
offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority within six months of
the date of adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127223
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Metry Caf,
owned by F & P Enterprises Inc., for two weeks; deferring one week of said
suspension with conditions as specified herein; and providing for related
matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Metry Caf, owned by F & P Enterprises Inc., located at 601
Metairie Road, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit;
and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Metry Caf; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125899, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing on
November 20, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of
Metry Caf, owned by F & P Enterprises Inc., located at 601 Metairie Road,
Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended
that the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage
Permit issued to Metry Caf, owned by F & P Enterprises Inc., located at 601
Metairie Road, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two weeks with one week
(seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed and with the
remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely under certain
terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Metry Caf, owned
by F & P Enterprises Inc., located at 601 Metairie Road, Metairie, Louisiana,
is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with one week (seven sequential
calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed beginning on August 15,
2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers, Officers, & Government for
Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM); and with the remaining
week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely provided that all alcoholic
beverage servers working at Metry Caf, owned by F & P Enterprises Inc, their
managers, and at least one owner of this establishment must take a responsible
vendor class offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority within
six months of the date of adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127224
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Sammy Discount
Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C., for two weeks; deferring one
week of said suspension with conditions as specified herein; and providing for
related matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Sammy Discount Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C.
located at 3016 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs 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 Resolution No. 125896, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 6, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of Sammy Discount Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C. located
at 3016 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Sammy Discount Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C.
located at 3016 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two

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weeks with one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to
be imposed and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred
indefinitely under certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Sammy Discount
Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C. located at 3016 Cleary Avenue,
Metairie, Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with
one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed
beginning on August 15, 2016. in conjunction with the Parish Retailers,
Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM);
and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely
provided that all alcoholic beverage servers working at Bugsys Hideaway,
owned by Sammy Discount Mart, owned by Sammy Discount Mart L.L.C.,
their managers, and at least one owner of this establishment must take a
responsible vendor class offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services
Authority within six months of the date of adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127225
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Shogun, owned by
Shogun Intl, Inc., for two weeks; deferring one week of said suspension with
conditions as specified herein; and providing for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Shogun, owned by Shogun Intl, Inc., located at 2325 Veterans
Memorial Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic Beverage
Permit; and
WHEREAS, on August 31, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Shogun; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125897, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 6, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of Shogun, owned by Shogun Intl, Inc., located at 2325 Veterans Memorial
Boulevard Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Shogun, owned by Shogun Intl, Inc., located at 2325 Veterans
Memorial Boulevard Metairie, Louisiana for a period of two weeks with one
week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed and
with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely under
certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Shogun, owned
by Shogun Intl, Inc., located at 2325 Veterans Memorial Boulevard Metairie,
Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with one week (seven
sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed beginning on August
15, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers, Officers, & Government
for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM); and with the remaining
week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely provided that all alcoholic
beverage servers working at Shogun, owned by Shogun Intl, Inc., their
managers, and at least one owner of this establishment must take a responsible
vendor class offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority within
six months of the date of adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127226
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Unagi Sushi,
owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., for two weeks; deferring one week of said
suspension with conditions as specified herein; and providing for related
matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Unagi Sushi, owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., located at 2701
Airline Drive #A, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic Beverage
Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 16, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Unagi Sushi; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125902, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 20, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of Unagi Sushi, owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., located at 2701 Airline
Drive #A, Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Unagi Sushi, owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., located at 2701 Airline
Drive #A, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two weeks with one week
(seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed and with the
remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely under certain
terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Unagi Sushi,
owned by Unagi Sushi USA Inc., located at 2701 Airline Drive #A, Metairie,
Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with one week
(seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed beginning
on August 15, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers, Officers, &
Government for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM); and with
the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely provided that
all alcoholic beverage servers working at Unagi Sushi, owned by Unagi Sushi
USA Inc., their managers, and at least one owner of this establishment must
take a responsible vendor class offered by the Jefferson Parish Human Services
Authority within six months of the date of adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127227
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Veterans Chevron,
owned by Scott L. Hall, for two weeks; deferring one week of said suspension
with conditions as specified herein; and providing for related matters. (Council
District 5)
WHEREAS, Veterans Chevron, owned by Scott L. Hall, located at 4950
Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic
Beverage Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 14, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Veterans Chevron; and

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WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125901, adopted on October 21,


2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing on
November 20, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of
Veterans Chevron, owned by Scott L. Hall, located at 4950 Veterans Memorial
Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Veterans Chevron, owned by Scott L. Hall, located at 4950 Veterans
Memorial Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two weeks with one
week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed and
with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely under
certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Veterans Chevron,
owned by Scott L. Hall, located at 4950 Veterans Memorial Boulevard,
Metairie, Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with
one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed
beginning on August 15, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers,
Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM);
and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely
provided that all alcoholic beverage servers working at Veterans Chevron,
owned by Scott L. Hall, their managers, and at least one owner of this
establishment must take a responsible vendor class offered by the Jefferson
Parish Human Services Authority within six months of the date of adoption of
this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Ms. Van Vrancken, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127228
A resolution suspending the 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit of Youngs Fortune
Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, for two weeks; deferring one week of
said suspension with conditions as specified herein; and providing for related
matters. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, Youngs Fortune Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, located
at 2916 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, holds a 2016 Alcoholic Beverage
Permit; and
WHEREAS, on September 1, 2015, the Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office
investigated incidents involving the sale of alcohol to persons under 21 that
occurred on the premises of Youngs Fortune Restaurant; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 125897, adopted on October 21,
2015 and Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances, Section 4-34, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee conducted a hearing
on November 6, 2015 to determine whether the Alcoholic Beverage Permit
of Youngs Fortune Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, located at
2916 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, 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.; and
WHEREAS, based on the evidence presented at said hearing, the Jefferson
Parish Alcoholic Beverage Permit Review Committee has recommended that
the Jefferson Parish Council suspend the 2016 Alcoholic Beverage Permit
issued to Youngs Fortune Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, located at
2916 Cleary Avenue, Metairie, Louisiana, for a period of two weeks with one
week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed and
with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely under
certain terms and conditions;
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 2016 Alcohol Retail Permit issued to Youngs Fortune
Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, located at 2916 Cleary Avenue,
Metairie, Louisiana, is hereby suspended for a period of two weeks with
one week (seven sequential calendar days) of the suspension to be imposed
beginning on August 15, 2016, in conjunction with the Parish Retailers,
Officers, & Government for Responsible Alcohol Management (PROGRAM);
and with the remaining week of the suspension to be deferred indefinitely
provided that all alcoholic beverage servers working at Youngs Fortune
Restaurant, owned by Leng Tim Leong, their managers, and at least one owner
of this establishment must take a responsible vendor class offered by the
Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority within six months of the date of
adoption of this resolution.
SECTION 2. That the Clerk of the Council shall notify the aforementioned
permit-holder of this deferred suspension by forwarding 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127229
A resolution stating the Jefferson Parish Councils support and endorsement
of the renewal of an existing Restoration Tax Abatement (RTA) contract for
an additional five years on improvements made to the residential property
located at 706 Huey P. Long Avenue, which is located within an Economic
Development District, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, an Economic Development District was established by the City of
Gretna Council (Ordinance No. 3210) on April 14, 1998 and concurred by the
Jefferson Parish Council (Ordinance No. 20369) on June 13, 1998, to expand,
restore, improve or develop properties within the designated district having the
following geographical boundaries: (1) Mississippi River (northern) boundary,
Orleans Parish line, the intersection of the Orleans Parish line and the Jefferson
Parish line south to Stumpf Boulevard (eastern) boundary, Stumpf Boulevard
(north) to the Westbank Expressway and 300 feet south of the Westbank
Expressway from Stumpf Boulevard to the western city limit and the western
city limit north to the River (excluding Garden Park Subdivision, commonly
known or referred to as Old Garden Park). (2) The area bounded by the
western City limits to north side of Gretna Boulevard, Belle Chasse Highway/
Lafayette Street to Westbank Expressway (both sides).
WHEREAS, to further the redevelopment of the designated Economic
Development District within the City of Gretna, it is necessary and appropriate
to provide incentives for development.
WHEREAS, the Restoration Tax Abatement Program allows property owners
within an economic development district the right to renew the contract for the
limited property tax exemption for an additional five years, subject to the same
conditions, extending such right for a total of ten years from the completion of
the restoration work; and
WHEREAS, the original application for the residence at 706 Huey P. Long
Avenue (RTA Contract No. 20071301) was endorsed by the Jefferson Parish
Council (Resolution No. 109990) on April 9, 2008 and by the Gretna City
Council (Resolution No. 2008-038) on April 9, 2008 and is eligible for a
renewal of the limited property tax exemption for an additional five years,
subject to the same conditions of said application; and
WHEREAS, the propertys original owner, James and Angela Gaubert under
the original RTA Contract sold the property at 706 Huey P. Long Avenue to
Donovan Archote; A resolution endorsing the transfer of the limited property
tax exemption contract to the new owner as provided by Section 917 of Title
13, Part I of the Louisiana Administrative Code was adopted by the Jefferson
Parish Council (Resolution No. 124290) on January 28, 2015 and by the City of
Gretna Council (Resolution No. 2015-008) on February 11, 2015 allowing the
transfer of the remainder of its term to the propertys new owner.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish that:
SECTION I. That the process of obtaining and receiving the limited property
tax exemption within the Economic Development District is in accordance
with procedures established by the Louisiana Department of Economic

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(JEDCO), including a review of application for exemption by the Office of the
Assessor of Jefferson Parish.
SECTION 2. That the limited property tax exemption provided for shall be
approved by the Jefferson Parish Council.
SECTION 3. That the Parish Clerk shall forward a copy of this resolution to
The Louisiana State Board of Commerce and Industry, The Louisiana Tax
Commission, The Assessor of Jefferson Parish, The City of Gretna and The
State of Louisiana Department of Economic Development.
The foregoing resolution having being submitted to a vote, the vote thereon
was as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Templet, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127230
A resolution accepting the lowest responsible bid of Kostmayer Construction,
LLC received on May 26, 2016 in the total amount of $1,012,808.00 for
construction of a Gretna Boat Launch on the Mississippi River (foot of Huey P.
Long Ave., Gretna, LA), Public Works Project No. 2015-024-RB, Proposal No.
50-00116454 (Council District 1).
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish has received bids on May 26, 2016 for the
construction of a Gretna Boat Launch on the Mississippi River; and
WHEREAS, Kostmayer Construction, LLC submitted the lowest responsible
bid under Proposal No. 50-00116454 in the amount of $1,012,808.00; and
WHEREAS, the Engineer for the project, BCG Engineering & Consulting,
Inc., has reviewed the bids and has recommended that award of contract be
made to Kostmayer Construction, LLC; and
WHEREAS, the project is receiving Federal funds; and
WHEREAS, the bid of Kostmayer Construction, LLC is within available
funding.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the lowest responsible bid of Kostmayer Construction,
LLC in the total amount of $1,012,808.00 is hereby accepted for construction
of a Gretna Boat Launch on the Mississippi River (foot of Huey P. Long
Ave., Gretna, LA), Public Works Project No. 2015-024-RB, submitted under
Proposal No. 50-00116454 dated May 26, 2016.
SECTION 2. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are hereby authorized, empowered
and directed to sign and execute a contract with Kostmayer Construction, LLC.
SECTION 3. That the cost of construction is to be funded from Account No.
21430-1255-295-7454-14325-001.
SECTION 4. That the term of the contract shall commence upon the date
indicated on the Notice to Proceed.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127231
A resolution ratifying the execution of Amendment No. 1, which amends the
existing Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and GreenPoint
Engineering LLC, dated April 15, 2015, Contract No. 55-0014925 to provide
engineering services for the improvements to the Lake Cataouatche No. 1
Drainage Pumping Station, to add evaluation services for a total additional
cost of $13,184.00 increasing the total cost of the contract from $385,494.00
to $398,678.00, with all other conditions to remain the same. (Council District
No. 3)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and GreenPoint Engineering LLC dated April 15, 2015 to provide
engineering services for the improvements to the Lake Cataouatche No. 1
Drainage Pumping Station, Contract No. 55-0014925; and,
WHEREAS, additional services are required to evaluate the suction pit of the
pump station so that a more efficient suction pit and pump can be specified in
the bid package; and,
WHEREAS, the design of the PROJECT addresses the flow capacity and
efficiency of the pumping station; and,
WHEREAS, the design effort revealed limitations of the facilitys existing
suction pit configuration requiring additional analysis and evaluation; and,
WHEREAS, the additional fees for the suction pit evaluation have been
negotiated and mutually agreed upon by the ENGINEER and Department of
Drainage in the amount of $13,184.00, thereby increasing the overall contract
amount from a total of $385,494.00 to $398,678.00.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish, that the Agreement of April 15, 2015, is
amended by Amendment No.1 as follows:
SECTION 1. That the Jefferson Parish Council does hereby authorize the
execution of Amendment No. 1, which amends the existing Engineering
Agreement with GreenPoint Engineering LLC, dated April 15, 2015, Contract
No. 55-0014925 for engineering services for additional analysis and evaluation
of pump station suction pit to support the design of improvements to the Lake
Cataouatche No. 1 Drainage Pumping Station.
SECTION 2. That the cost for these additional services is an amount not to
exceed $13,184.00 which increases the value of the Engineering Agreement
from $385,494.00 to $398,678.00.
SECTION 3. That all other terms, provisions, and conditions of the Agreement
dated April 15, 2015, shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with these additional services shall be
charged to Account No. 45210-4037-7451 (52110.013).
SECTION 5. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127232
A resolution authorizing and approving an increase to the contract cap
for Curren-Landrieu, L.L.C., Contract No. 55-00014856, in the amount
of $90,000.00 for Court Reporting Services for the Parish of Jefferson.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Res. No. 124198 adopted January 14, 2015, the Parish
entered into an agreement with Curren-Landrieu, L.L.C. for Court Reporting
Services for an amount not to exceed $90,000.00; and
WHEREAS, this contract does not expire until March 23, 2017; and
WHEREAS, additional invoices need to be paid pursuant to this contract; and
WHEREAS, court reporting services are still needed for the duration of the
contract; and
WHEREAS, the Parish needs to increase the contract cap in the amount of
$90,000.00 for a total contract cap of $180,000.00.
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 increase to the contract cap for Curren-Landrieu, L.L.C.,
Contract No. 55-00014856, in the amount of $90,000.00 for a total contract
cap of $180,000.00 for Court Reporting Services for the Parish of Jefferson is
hereby authorized.
SECTION 2: That the expenditures for the increased contract cap shall be
charged to Account Nos. 10010-0029-7331 and 10010-0029-7321.
SECTION 3: That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents in connection with this resolution.
The resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The foregoing resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of
June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127233
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 18 which amends the existing
Engineering Agreement with Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated August
5, 1998 for Dakin Street Improvements, which includes engineering services
necessary for design and construction of a new north/south roadway
connecting Jefferson Highway, the Earhart Expressway and Airline Drive,
located between the Monticello Canal (17th Street Canal) and Harding
Street, and a realignment of L&A Road between Airline Drive and Earhart
Expressway, Public Works Project No. 98-037-RBI (Parish-Wide Road

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Improvement Program), to establish a new termination date of August 5,


2018. The total value of the Engineering Agreement remains at $3,325,674.61.
(Council District 2)
WHEREAS, there is an Engineering Agreement between Jefferson Parish and
Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated August 5, 1998, authorized by Resolution
No. 87492 dated August 5, 1998 to provide Professional Engineering Services
relative to the design of a new north/south roadway connecting Jefferson
Highway, the Earhart Expressway and Airline Drive, located between the
Monticello Canal (17th Street Canal) and Harding Street, and a realignment
of L&A Road between Airline Drive and Earhart Expressway as amended by
Amendment No. 1 through Amendment No. 17; and
WHEREAS, the agreement currently expires on August 5, 2016; and
WHEREAS, the time required to complete the design and construction of the
various projects covered by this agreement will extend beyond the current
contract time of the Engineering Agreement, and therefore, the Engineer
requests and Jefferson Parish agrees that the Engineering Agreement be
extended two years to August 5, 2018.
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. 18 which amends the existing Engineering Agreement with Linfield,
Hunter & Junius, Inc. dated August 5, 1998 for Dakin Street Improvements,
Public Works Project No. 98-037-RBI (Parish-Wide Road Improvement
Program) to establish a new termination date of August 5, 2018.
SECTION 2. That there is no cost associated with this amendment and that the
total value of the Engineering Agreement remains at $3,325,674.61, and will
continue to be charged to Account Number 44200-4002-7451(42015.020) for
work associated with L&A Road Realignment (KCSRR Underpass to Earhart
Expressway ramps), Public Works Project No. 2011-039-RBI, and to Account
Number 44200-4002-7451(42015.030) for Dakin St. Improvements, Public
Works Project No. 98-037B-RBI, Contract No. 55-2460.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127234
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance of a 5 sidewalk
and utility servitude on Lots 1-19 and a 10 drainage, sidewalk, and utility
servitude on Lots 1 and 28, all in Square 155, South New Orleans Subdivision,
and to provide for related matters. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, CC Land Development, L.L.C., is the owner of Lots 1-19 and
28, Square 155, South New Orleans Subdivision, 2150 Lapalco Blvd., Harvey,
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is requiring the dedication of a 5 sidewalk
and utility servitude on Lots 1-19 and a 10 drainage, sidewalk, and utility
servitude on Lots 1 and 28, all in Square 155, South New Orleans Subdivision,
in conjunction with MUC-12-16, in accordance with a survey by Dufrene
Surveying & Engineering, Inc., dated February 19, 2002, revised March 11,
2016; and
WHEREAS, said owner is willing to grant said servitude to Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of a 5 sidewalk and utility servitude on Lots
1-19 and a 10 drainage, sidewalk, and utility servitude on Lots 1 and 28, all
in Square 155, South New Orleans Subdivision, in accordance with a survey
by Dufrene Surveying & Engineering, Inc., dated February 19, 2002, revised
March 11, 2016, is hereby authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127235
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance of an 8x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 50-C, South Kenner Subdivision, and to provide for related
matters. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Damon P. Williams is the owner of Lot 50-C, South Kenner
Subdivision, 808 S. Kenner Ave., Waggaman, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is requesting the dedication of an 8x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 50-C, South Kenner Subdivision, in conjunction with S.
Kenner Ave. Improvements (River Rd. to Chenevert Rd.), DPW Project
No. 2013-025A-RB, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson Parish
Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016; and
WHEREAS, said owner is willing to grant said servitude to Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of an 8x10 drainage servitude on Lot 50C, South Kenner Subdivision, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016, is hereby authorized
and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This Resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127236
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance of a 10x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 11, River Crest Estates Subdivision, and to provide for related
matters. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Bernard and Lynn Menge are the owners of Lot 11, River Crest
Estates Subdivision, 124 S. Kenner Ave., Waggaman, Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is requesting the dedication of a 10x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 11, River Crest Estates Subdivision, in conjunction with
S. Kenner Ave. Improvements (River Rd. to Chenevert Rd.), DPW Project
No. 2013-025A-RB, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson Parish
Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016; and
WHEREAS, said owners are willing to grant said servitude to Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of a 10x10 drainage servitude on Lot 11,
River Crest Estates Subdivision, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson
Parish Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016, is hereby authorized
and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127237
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance of a 10x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 12, River Crest Estates Subdivision, and to provide for related
matters. (Council District 3)
WHEREAS, Tiffany J. Singleton is the owner of Lot 12, River Crest Estates
Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is requesting the dedication of a 10x10 drainage
servitude on Lot 12, River Crest Estates Subdivision, in conjunction with
S. Kenner Ave. Improvements (River Rd. to Chenevert Rd.), DPW Project
No. 2013-025A-RB, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson Parish
Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016; and
WHEREAS, said owner is willing to grant said servitude to Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of a 10x10 drainage servitude on Lot 12,

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River Crest Estates Subdivision, in accordance with a drawing by the Jefferson


Parish Department of Engineering, dated May 11, 2016, is hereby authorized
and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127238
A resolution authorizing and ratifying the acceptance of a water servitude on
Parcel C-1, Harvey Canal Property, and to provide for related matters. (Council
District 3)
WHEREAS, WSSC, LLC, is the owner of Parcel C-1, Harvey Canal Property,
3407 Lapalco Blvd., Harvey, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is requiring the dedication of a water servitude
on Parcel C-1, Harvey Canal Property, in conjunction with MUC-9-16, in
accordance with a survey by Dufrene Surveying & Engineering, Inc., dated
April 25, 2016, revised May 16, 2016; and
WHEREAS, said owner is willing to grant said servitude to Jefferson Parish.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the acceptance of a water servitude on Parcel C-1, Harvey
Canal Property, in accordance with a survey by Dufrene Surveying &
Engineering, Inc., dated April 25, 2016, revised May 16, 2016, is hereby
authorized and ratified.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman, or in her absence the ViceChairman, 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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127239
A resolution authorizing the execution of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
between the Parish of Jefferson and Boys and Girls Club of Southeast
Louisiana, Inc., to provide funding for a summer enrichment program for youth
of Jefferson Parish. (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 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 is authorized by Art. I, Sec. 1 of the Louisiana
Constitution to enter into this Agreement to promote the happiness and general
welfare of the public; and
WHEREAS, the mission of Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc. is
to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and
responsible citizens; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide educational and
cultural enrichment opportunities for youth of Jefferson Parish through
the funding of a summer enrichment program to help youth reach their full
potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the value of
more productive and responsible youth of Jefferson Parish, which is at least
equivalent to the Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00) 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, the PARISH desires to cooperate with the ORGANIZATION in
the implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish
of Jefferson and Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc., to provide
funding for a summer enrichment program for youth of Jefferson Parish, be
and is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. The cost associated with this agreement shall not exceed TwentyFive Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00), which shall be taken from account no.
22040-2773-7680.207 (20473.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127240
A resolution authorizing the payment of an invoice from the Alario Center
in the amount of One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty-Four Dollars
($1,724.00) for fees associated with the use of the Alario Center for a Senior
Luncheon, held on May 12, 2016. (Council District 3)
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, acting as
governing authority of said Parish,
SECTION 1. That this Council hereby authorizes the payment of an invoice
from the Alario Center in the amount of $1,724.00 for the use of the Alario
center for a Senior Luncheon, held on May 13, 2016, a copy of which invoice is
attached hereto and made a part hereof.
SECTION 2. That the Finance Department is hereby authorized to pay said
invoice from Account No. 22040-2773-7699.9 (20473.000).
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127241
A resolution ratifying Amendment 4 to the Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and the University of New Orleans to participate in the student intern
program of the UNO Department of Planning and Urban Studies by allowing
one graduate student in urban and regional planning to work in the Parish
Planning Department as an intern for the period of August 15, 2016 through
August 15, 2017, increasing the total value of the contract by $25,000.00 from
$97,550.00 to $122,550.00, and providing for related matters. (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 municipality, corporation or individuals;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires, as authorized in Sec. 1.01(2) in the Jefferson
Parish Charter, to continue to cooperate with UNO in the implementation of
the Student Intern Program authorized by Resolution No. 119389, adopted on
August 8, 2012, allowing two graduate students in urban and regional planning
to work in the Parish Planning Department at a cost of $38,000.00; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 121214, adopted on June 26, 2013, authorized
Amendment 1 to the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and UNO to continue participating in the student intern program by
allowing one graduate student in urban and regional planning to replace the
students who had successfully completed their studies at a cost of $17,000.00;
and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 122803, adopted on April 30, 2014, authorized
Amendment 2 to the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and UNO to continue participating in the student intern program by
allowing one graduate student in urban and regional planning to replace the
student who had successfully completed her studies at a cost of $20,550.00; and
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 125238, adopted on June 24, 2015, authorized
Amendment 3 to the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between Jefferson
Parish and UNO to continue participating in the student intern program by
allowing one graduate student in urban and regional planning to replace the

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student who had successfully completed her studies at a cost of $22,000.00;


and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of promoting the Parishs comprehensive
planning and development initiative continues through sponsorship of one
graduate intern from UNO to assist with zoning and urban regional planning
work with the Planning Department; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
the expertise and experience of one graduate student in the UNO Department
of Planning and Urban Studies program knowledgeable in the area of urban
planning, to assist the Planning Department with rezonings, subdivisions, and
zoning text and area studies which is at least equivalent to the Twenty-five
Thousand dollars ($25,000.00) consideration described in this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Jefferson Parish will continue to benefit from the
efforts of these parties working together.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Jefferson Parish Council of
the Parish of Jefferson, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify Amendment 4 to the
Agreement approved by Resolution No. 119389 adopted on August 8, 2012
between Jefferson Parish and the University of New Orleans, to participate
in the student intern program of the UNO Department of Planning and Urban
Studies by allowing one (1) well-qualified graduate student in urban and
regional planning to work in the Parish Planning Department for the period of
August 15, 2016 through August 15, 2017 with the total value of the contract to
increase by $25,000.00 from $97,550.00 to $122,550.00.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures incurred under the Agreement shall be
charged to Account No. 10010-0068-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Chairman of the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127242
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal
of a Statement of Qualifications (Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC)
Questionnaire) from persons or firms interested and qualified to provide
Construction Management Services (excluding resident inspection) for
Miscellaneous Projects located throughout the Parish. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of Jefferson Parish to advertise for
construction managers to provide construction management of miscellaneous
projects located throughout the Parish, including building structures (single
or multi-story), Public Works related projects, including, but not limited to,
drainage, water, street, and sewerage, and recreational facilities; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Capital Projects will be responsible for the
preparation of a Public Notice that is to be submitted to the Parish Clerk,
with instructions to commence the advertisement process, as required by law.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council, the
governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Parish Clerk is hereby authorized to advertise for the
submittal of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested
in and qualified to provide Construction Management Services (excluding
resident inspection) for Miscellaneous Projects located throughout the Parish.
SECTION 2. That the following criteria will be used to evaluate the statement
of the persons or firms submitting:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the engineering services - 35 points
(2) Size of firm considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform the type of engineering tasks, including project evaluation,
project design, drafting of technical plans, development of technical
specifications and construction administration - 20 points
(3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the
factors of type of engineering task, current unfinished workload, and person or
firms available professional and support personnel 20 points
(4) Past Performance by person or firm on projects of or similar comparable
size, scope, and scale. Assertions of fault by a person or firm, which shall
include time delays, cost over-runs, and or design inadequacies in prior work
completed for the Parish shall be evidenced by substantiating documentation
provided by the Director of Public Works for the requesting department or
the Director of Engineering and received by the Chairman of the Evaluation
Committee a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the scheduled date of the
Technical Evaluation Committee meeting 10 points
(5) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which
the work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including
municipalities located within Jefferson Parish (15 points); (2) Neighboring
Parishes of the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes
Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12
Points); (3) Parishes other than the foregoing (10 Points); (4) Outside the State
of Louisiana (6 Points) 15 points
(6) Adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, in which the Parish prevailed or any ongoing
adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person of firm
performing professional services, excluding those instances or cases where the
person or firm was added as an indispensable party, or where the person or firm
participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim. In the
event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and detailed information
regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the absence of legal
proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive with regard to
this category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded 15 points
(7) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of the
engineering services, as defined, for which firm has provided verifiable
references 15 points
SECTION 3. That the persons or firms submitting a Statement of Qualifications
shall have the following minimum qualification:
1. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least one (1) Firm
Representative who has at least five (5) years of experience in the field or fields
of expertise required for the project.
SECTION 4. That only those persons or firms receiving an overall cumulative
score of at least seventy percent (70%) or greater, of the total possible points
for all categories to be assigned by the participating Technical Evaluation
Committee members shall be deemed qualified to perform engineering tasks.
SECTION 5. That the cost of these services will be negotiated with the
Jefferson Parish Department of Capital Projects.
SECTION 6. That no work associated with this project shall be authorized by
Jefferson Parish until a funding source is established.
SECTION 7. That when a funding source is established for financing necessary
services associated with this project, proper account lines will be established.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127243
A resolution authorizing a cap increase to Contract No. 55-14494, with
TASCH, LLC, to provide a three (3) year contract for labor, materials, and
equipment necessary for painting, drywall, wallpaper, and pressure wash
buildings for various Jefferson Parish Departments, for the Department of
General Services; increasing the contract cap by $250,000.00, for a new
contract cap of $700,000.00. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, bids were received on June 19, 2014; and
WHEREAS, TASCH, LLC was the lowest responsible bid received; and
WHEREAS, work is performed on an as needed basis; and
WHEREAS, 83% of the contract cap has been utilized by various Jefferson
Parish Departments; and
WHEREAS, Contract No. 55-14494 will not expire until September 20, 2017;
and
WHEREAS, all other terms of said contract will remain the same.
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 a cap
increase to Contract No. 55-14494 with TASCH, LLC, to provide a three
(3) year contract for painting & drywall work for various Jefferson Parish
Departments, for the Department of General Services, in the amount of
$250,000.00 for a new contract cap of $700,000.00.
SECTION 2. That all expenditures associated with this resolution shall be
charged to Account No. 7431.1, Buildings & Structure, of the user department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was

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as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127244
A resolution approving the FY 2016 Action Plan that contains the goals, budgets
and activities to be undertaken with Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) and Emergency Solutions
Grant (ESG) program funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) for Jefferson Parish, St. Charles Parish and the City of
Kenners HOME Program and providing for related matters (Parishwide).
WHEREAS, HUD requires the submission of the FY 2016 Action Plan for the
CDBG, HOME and ESG programs in order for Jefferson Parish and members of
the Jefferson HOME Consortium to receive annual federal entitlement funds; and
WHEREAS, the fiscal year for each of these programs will be from July 1, 2016
to June 30, 2017, and.
WHEREAS, HUD requires a minimum 30 day citizen comment period and
this period started on April 16th, 2015 and ended on May 25th, 2016 and that a
summary of all comments and responses will be sent to the Parish Council prior
to its consideration of this plan.
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 FY-2016 Action Plan, describing the activities and budgets
to be undertaken with FY 2016 CDBG (Fund 21280), HOME (Fund 21340), and
ESG (Fund 21390) grant funds from HUD is hereby accepted and approved.
SECTION 2. That the Director of Community Development is authorized to
complete and sign all necessary documents in connection with submitting,
receiving, and implementing these CDBG, HOME and ESG program funds from
HUD.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127245
A resolution authorizing the ratification of a Host Agency Agreement between
the Jefferson Council on Aging (JCOA) and Jefferson Parish for the purposes
of utilizing Jefferson Transit Administration (JeT) Administration Office to
house JCOA seniors enrolled in JCOA employment programs for the purpose of
increased quality of life and community service. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, JCOA wishes to comply with the requirements of the Senior
Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) program operated under
Title V of the Older Americans Act; and WHEREAS, JCOA commissions a
senior citizens employment program to increase the Quality of life offered
to seniors in Jefferson Parish; and WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish agrees to
provide a safe and healthful work site for each participant, to provide adequate
orientation and training necessary to perform assigned duties in accordance
with a written community service assignment description, to provide additional
training as opportunities occur, and, to the extent possible, treat each participant
as a regular member of Jefferson Parish staff; and WHEREAS, Jefferson
Transit Administration wants to partner with JCOA to assist in providing the
employment services as a host agency; and WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish
communities benefit from the partnership between (JeT) and JCOA because
of the increased focus on community service. 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 the host agency agreement between Jefferson Parish
and JCOA at the following location: Jefferson Parish Transit Administration,
located at 21 West Bank Expressway, Gretna, Louisiana, to house JCOA seniors
enrolled in JCOA employment program in the aforementioned location for the
purpose of increased quality of life and community SECTION 2. That there are
no expenses charged to Jefferson Parish and or Jefferson Transit Administration.
SECTION 3. That the Council Chairwoman or in her absence, the ViceChairman is authorized to execute the host agency agreement and any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to said agreement. The forgoing
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127246
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Newell D. Normand in his Capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish
to provide security services at the Joseph S. Yenni Building at a cost not to
exceed $500,000.00 per year for the Department of Security. (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, Parish and Sheriff 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 has determined that it is in its best interest to obtain the
services of armed uniformed officers at the Joseph S. Yenni Building, located at
1221 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Jefferson, Louisiana; and
WHEREAS, the facility is located within the unincorporated area of Jefferson
Parish and is under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff has agreed to cooperate in providing security services
for the Joseph S. Yenni Building; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has agreed to pay the Sheriff for services rendered under
this agreement; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is to provide enhanced public
safety through the security services of the Sheriff for the Joseph S. Yenni
Building; and
WHEREAS, Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving a benefit from
these security services which includes protecting the citizens, employees and
property of Jefferson Parish, which is at least equivalent to the $500,000.00 per
year 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
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 the Parish of
Jefferson and Newell D. Normand in his Capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish
to provide armed uniformed officers at the Joseph S. Yenni Building at a cost not
to exceed $500,000.00 per year for the Department of Security is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That all costs associated with this Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement will be charged to budget account number 63560-3968-7424.2.
SECTION 3. That the term of this agreement shall commence on the date of
execution.
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127247
A resolution increasing the cap for Annual Contract No. 55-15146, Bid No. 50112885, with Poret Construction, LLC, to provide a two (2) year contract for the
restoration of sidewalks, driveway aprons and occasionally the adjacent street
panel for the Department of Public Works - Streets. The contract cap shall be
increased by $500,000.00 for a total contract cap of $2,500,000.00. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the original cap of the contract was set at $2,000,000.00 for the two
year contract period (7/22/15-7/21/17); and,
WHEREAS, the cap increase is necessary to facilitate additional work associated
with the submerged roads program and ADA handicap ramp installations; and,
WHEREAS, the contract cap shall be increased by $500,000.00, for a total
contract cap of $2,500,000.00 to ensure sufficient funding is available until the
expiration date of this 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 cap for Annual Contract No. 55-15146, Bid No. 50-

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112885, with Poret Construction, LLC, to provide a two (2) year contract for the
restoration of sidewalks, driveway aprons and occasionally the adjacent street
panel for the Department of Public Works - Streets, be and is hereby increased.
SECTION 2. That the contract cap shall be increased by $500,000.00, for a total
contract cap of $2,500,000.00.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents in connection with this resolution.
SECTION 4. That all expenditures incurred shall be charged to Account No.
7344.2, Asphalt & Paving, of the user department.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127248
A resolution ratifying a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of
Jefferson and Newell Normand, in his Capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish,
to provide payment for three (3) License Plate Recognition Cameras for law
enforcement personnel to use for intelligence gathering and investigations.
(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, 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;
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 benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is to provide License Plate
Recognition Cameras for intelligence gathering and investigations; and
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 $25,000.00; and
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jefferson has been designated as the recipient
of numerous grants from the Governors 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; and
WHEREAS, the Agency has agreed to use three (3) License Plate Recognition
Cameras in the use identified and approved by the Louisiana Governors Office
of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); and
WHEREAS, the Parish wishes to enter into a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
with the Agency to provide payment in the amount not to exceed $25,000.00 for
the purchase of three (3) License Plate Recognition Cameras for law enforcement
personnel to use for intelligence gathering and investigations; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds or property is not a
gratuitous donation; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of the Parish of Jefferson will benefit from the efforts of
these 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 three (3) License Plate Recognition Cameras, 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
Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00).
SECTION 4. That all costs associated with this Agreement will be charged to
Account No. 21430-1255-295-7513 (14321-007).
SECTION 5. That these funds are paid for through the State Homeland Security
Program (SHSP) Grant.
SECTION 6. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence, the Vice-Chairman is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127249
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 between Jefferson Parish and Ochsner
Clinic Foundation (OCF - Main Campus on Jefferson Highway) and Ochsner
Medical Center Kenner, LLC (OMC-Kenner) to extend the term of the original
Agreement for two (2) years and to revise the scope of services. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 123709, adopted on October 8, 2014,
the Parish and Ochsner entered into that certain Agreement dated the 8th day
of December 2014, to provide temporary sheltering, housing and quartering of
Jefferson Parish essential-duty personnel for the entire duration of a State of
Emergency; and
WHEREAS, Parish and Ochsner wish to amend the Agreement to extend the
term for an additional two years and to revise the scope of services; and
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 public purpose of the Project is described as: to organize and
implement emergency preparation and safety initiatives in order to ensure
continuity of government and the rapid recovery of Jefferson Parish, through
addressing essential employee shelter needs in the event of disaster and/or a
Major (Category 3) Hurricane is predicted to strike Jefferson Parish; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
shelter for Parish essential employees at OCF and OMC-Kenner facilities which
is at least equivalent to the consideration described in this Amendment.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish;
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 between Jefferson Parish and Ochsner
Clinic Foundation (OCF - Main Campus on Jefferson Highway) and Ochsner
Medical Center Kenner, LLC (OMC-Kenner) to extend the term of the original
Agreement for two (2) years and to revise the scope of services is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the costs associated with this agreement will be charged to
10010-0140-114-7690 (Disaster).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127250
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for submittals of
Statements of Qualifications from person(s)/firm(s) interested and qualified
in providing Medical Review Officer services for the Parishs substance use
program including drug and/or alcohol testing and medication review for
employees and prospective employees and to provide for related matters.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is a drug-free workplace employer pursuant to the
Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988; and
WHEREAS, a Medical Review Officer is a licensed physician who is responsible
for receiving and reviewing laboratory results generated by an employers drug
testing program and evaluating medical explanations for certain drug test results
acting as a gatekeeper for the accuracy and integrity of the drug testing process;
and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a substance use program to insure that workplace
public safety is not endangered as a result of substance abuse by public
employees; and
WHEREAS, a Medical Review Officer is needed to review results from testing
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review; and
WHEREAS, the existing Medical Review Officers contract will expire August
31, 2016, and therefore it is necessary to advertise for a new Medical Review
Officer.
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 Parish Clerk is authorized to advertise for submittals
of Statements of Qualifications from consultants interested and qualified in
providing Medical Review Officer services for the Parishs substance use
program including drug and/or alcohol testing and medication review for
employees and prospective employees.
SECTION 2. That the following evaluation criteria shall be used for this SOQ:
Minimum Qualifications - in order to be considered the proposer must meet the
following:
1. The proposer must hold a current Louisiana State Medical License, and must
be in good standing.
2. The proposer must hold a current certificate as a Medical Review Officer
accredited by the federal drug testing law/SAMHSA. If proposer subcontracts
with specimen collectors, the specimen collectors must be SAMHSA certified.
3. Proposer must be qualified as an expert Medical Review Officer in a
Louisiana, Federal or State court.
4. Proposer must conduct business in an office/practice on the East Bank or West
Bank of Jefferson Parish, or both.
Evaluation Criteria:
1. Proposers qualifications. (20 points).
2. Demonstrated ability to provide required services; include professional
experience in providing similar services to a population between 3,000 and
4,000 employees and include references from agencies for which similar scope
of services are currently being provided with a contact person and telephone
number for each reference; describe experience in providing expert testimony
in Louisiana, Federal and State courts; describe participation or attendance at
continuing education seminars for Medical Review Officer; and other related
experiences. (20 points)
3. Demonstrated ability to respond to the Parishs needs on a timely basis. The
proposers office staff should at a minimum consist of the doctor, two (2) medical
assistants and a receptionist; please include list of office staff and whether they
have training in drug and/or alcohol testing and medication review processes and
procedures; and other relevant abilities to respond. (25 points)
4. Price. (25 points)
5. Provide information demonstrating the Proposers understanding of the nature
and scope of this project. (10 points)
SECTION 3. Proposers are to submit the completed Human Resource
Questionnaire, attached hereto, in addition to the General Professional Services
Questionnaire and SOQ Affidavits required by Code of Ordinance, Section
2-928.
SECTION 4. That an Evaluation Committee be established to review the SOQ
submittals, with the following members: (1) the Director of Human Resource
Management; (2) the Substance Use Program Manager; (3) a representative
of the Finance Department; (4) the Research and Budget Director or the Legal
Analysis Director; and (5) a representative of the Parish Attorneys Office,
which will be a non-voting member, to act as Secretary of the SOQ Evaluation
Committee.
SECTION 5. That the cost of these services will be charged to the account no.
7163.1 and/or 7163.2 of said department.
SECTION 6. Interested firms must submit one (1) original and thirteen (13)
copies of their Statement of Qualifications along with completed Human
Resource Questionnaire, General Professional Service Questionnaire, and SOQ
Affidavit to the Jefferson Parish Council c/o Ms. Eula Lopez, Parish Clerk, 200
Derbigny, General Government Building, Suite 6700, Gretna, LA 70053. No
submittals will be accepted after the deadline.
The following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote hereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127251
A resolution authorizing payment to the State Library of Louisiana for the
purchase of five laptops in an amount not to exceed $125.00 for the Jefferson
Parish Library Department. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish Library participated in a state library program
which provided laptops for the patrons of the library to checkout; and
WHEREAS, the program has ended and the State Library is offering the laptops
for sale at a cost of $25.00 each; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Library Department would like to purchase the
five laptops for $25.00 each for a total cost of $125.00.
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 Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to issue a
payment to the State Library of Louisiana for the purchase of five laptops in an
amount not to exceed $125.00.
SECTION 2. That the expenditure for the payment of the five laptops will be
charged to the Library Departments Operating Account Number 21790-24527746 (Computer Equipment).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman for the Jefferson Parish Council or in her
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.


On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution


was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127252
A resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for statements of
qualifications from a licensed medical doctor with an East Bank office or a West
Bank office, or both, who is interested in performing occupational medicine
services such as; pre-employment physicals, fitness for duty, return-to-work
and other physicals, specimen collections and medical treatment for Jefferson
Parish employees and prospective employees and to provide for related matters.
(Parishwide).
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish desires to maintain a licensed medical doctor to
continue to perform occupational medicine services to current and prospective
employees in accordance with Parish policies; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish employs over 3000 employees and Jefferson Parish
has the responsibility to ensure a substance-free and safe working environment to
its employees; and
WHEREAS, Jefferson Parish is a drug free workplace employer pursuant to the
Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988; and
WHEREAS, the current contract for occupational services will expire on August
31, 2016.
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 Parish Clerk is authorized to advertise for a licensed
medical doctor with an East Bank office or a West Bank office, or both, who
is interested in performing occupational medicine services such as; preemployment physicals, fitness for duty, return-to-work and other physicals,
specimen collections and medical treatment for Jefferson Parish employees and
prospective employees and to provide for related matters.
SECTION 2. That the Public Notice shall read as follows:
Minimum Qualifications - in order to be considered the proposer must meet the
following:
1. The proposer must hold a current Louisiana State Medical License, and must
be in good standing.
2. Proposer must be qualified as an expert witness in at least one Louisiana
Federal or State court in the field of occupational medicine or a similar specialty.
3. Proposer must conduct business in an office/practice on either the East Bank
or West Bank of Jefferson Parish, or both.
4. Proposers office staff should consist of an occupational doctor and at a
minimum two (2) medical assistants.
Evaluation Criteria:
1. Proposers qualifications. (25 points).
2. Demonstrated ability to respond to the Parishs needs on a timely basis. The
proposers office staff should at a minimum consist of the doctor, two (2) medical
assistants; please include names and titles of office staff and whether they have
certifications and licenses that are related to occupational medicine; and identify
any other relevant abilities of staff to respond. (25 points)
3. Demonstrated ability to provide required services; include professional
experience in providing similar services to a population between 3,000 and
4,000 employees and include references from agencies for which similar scope
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telephone number for each reference; describe experience in providing expert


testimony in Louisiana, Federal and State courts; identify the number of years
that your practice has included occupational medicine, indicate whether it is full
or part-time and other related experiences. (20 points)
4. Price. (20 points)
5. Provide information demonstrating the Proposers understanding of the nature
and scope of this project. (10 points)
SECTION 3. Proposers are to submit the completed Human Resource
Questionnaire, attached hereto, in addition to the General Professional Services
Questionnaire required by Code of Ordinance, Section 2-928.
SECTION 4. That an Evaluation Committee be established to review the SOQ
submittals, with the following members: (1) the Director of Human Resource
Management; (2) the Substance Use Program Manager; (3) a representative
of the Finance Department; (4) the Research and Budget Director or the Legal
Analysis Director; and (5) a representative of the Parish Attorneys Office,
which will be a non-voting member, to act as Secretary of the SOQ Evaluation
Committee.
SECTION 5. That costs incurred as a result of this resolution will be charged to
Account No. 7163.1 and/or 7163.2 of said department.
SECTION 6. Interested firms must submit one (1) original and thirteen (13)
copies
for a total of 14 of their Statement of Qualifications and Professional Service
Questionnaire to the Jefferson Parish Council c/o Ms. Eula Lopez, Parish Clerk,
200 Derbigny, General Government Building, Suite 6700, Gretna, LA 70053. No
submittals will be accepted after the deadline.
The following resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote hereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127253
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 $160,000.00 to $240,000.00.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, the current two-year contract ends March 2, 2017 and to date
$152,964.41 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 $160,000.00 to
$240,000.00.
SECTION 2. That expenditures for the increased contract cap will be charged to
21710-2200-7331.
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in his
absence, the Vice-Chairman, be and is hereby authorized, empowered, and
directed to sign all documents in connection with this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Zahn, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #89 on the
agenda of a resolution authorizing the Parish Clerk to advertise for the submittal
of a Statement of Qualifications from persons or firms interested and qualified
to provide professional engineering services related to a new bridge at West
Metairie Avenue (East Bound) over the Soniat Canal) be and is hereby cancelled.
(Council District 4) (Approved by Mr. Zahn at the request of the Adminstration)
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127254
A resolution ratifying Amendment Number 5 to the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Patrons of Lafreniere Park,
Inc. to provide $50,000.00 to defray the costs of the 2016 Independence Day
Celebration Uncle Sam Jam, to be held in Lafreniere Park on or about July 3,
2016, and for related matters. (Council District 4)
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
WHEREAS, PARISH and ORGANIZATION entered into a Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement (hereinafter the Agreement), authorized by Council
Resolution No. 123029 adopted on June 11, 2014; and
WHEREAS, PARISH and ORGANIZATION entered into Amendment No. 1 to
said Agreement, authorized by Council Resolution No. 125101 adopted on June
10, 2015; and
WHEREAS, PARISH and ORGANIZATION entered into Amendment No. 2
to said Agreement, authorized by Council Resolution No. 125746 adopted on
September 3, 2015; and
WHEREAS, PARISH and ORGANIZATION entered into Amendment No. 3
to said Agreement, authorized by Council Resolution No. 126526 adopted on
February 17, 2016; and
WHEREAS, PARISH and ORGANIZATION entered into Amendment No. 4 to
said Agreement, authorized by Council Resolution 126659 adopted on March 2,
2016; and
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, PARISH is authorized by Section 1.01(15) of the Jefferson Parish
Charter to enter into this Amendment to develop and administer a system of
PARISH parks, playgrounds, recreation programs, libraries, museums, and other
recreation and cultural facilities and programs; and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as to provide
enhanced recreational facilities at Lafreniere Park (hereafter, Park) for the
benefit of all citizens of Jefferson Parish, specifically the 2016 Independence Day
Celebration Uncle Sam Jam, to be held at Lafreniere Park on July 3, 2016; and
WHEREAS, PARISH wishes to provide funding to ORGANIZATION in an
amount not to exceed Fifty Thousand and NO/100 dollars ($50,000.00) to defray
the costs of said event; and
WHEREAS, PARISH has a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of
increased tourism and economic growth for Jefferson Parish, which is at least
equivalent to the $50,000.00 provided for in this Amendment; and
WHEREAS, the transfer or expenditure of public funds 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 ORGANIZATION in the
implementation of the Project as hereinafter provided.
SECTION 1. That Amendment Number 5 to the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and Patrons of Lafreniere Park to
provide $50,000.00 for a total cap of $200,000.00 to defray the costs of the 2016
Independence Day Celebration Uncle Sam Jam is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this agreement shall be taken from
account number: 22030-2764-126-7680.176 (20364.000)
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her absence the Vice-Chairman, is hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127255
A resolution ratifying Amendment No. 1 between the Parish of Jefferson and
the Bucktown Bash and Shrimp Festival to provide additional funding in the
amount not to exceed $10,000.00 for a fireworks display for a total contract cap
of $60,000.00. (Council District 5)
WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 127045, adopted on May 11, 2016,
the Parish and Organization entered into that certain Agreement to provide for
equipment and funding for the 2016 Bucktown Bash and Shrimp Festival; and
WHEREAS, Parish and Organization wish to amend the Agreement to contribute
additional funding in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00 for a fireworks display
at the festival for a total contract cap of $60,000.00; and

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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, Parish desires to cooperate with the Organization in the
implementation of the Project, pursuant to the Charter of Jefferson Parish,
Louisiana, Article I, 1.01(15); and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the Project is described as: to promote
cultural, social, and educational initiatives for the citizens of Jefferson Parish
by cooperating with Organization to produce the Bucktown Bash & Shrimp
Festival; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has a reasonable expectation of receiving a safe, family
friendly festival, which will increase tourism and promote the culture of the
Parish, which is at least equivalent to the value of the $10,000.00 provided for in
this Amendment; 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 Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 1 between the Parish of Jefferson and the
Bucktown Bash and Shrimp Festival to provide additional funding in the amount
not to exceed $10,000.00 for a fireworks display for a total contract cap of
$60,000.00 is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That any costs associated with this agreement shall be taken from
Account No. 22030-2765-126-7680.204 (20365.000).
SECTION 3. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in her
absence the Vice-Chairman, be and they are, hereby authorized to execute any
and all documents necessary to give full force and effect to this resolution.
The foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127256
A resolution authorizing and approving Amendment No. 1 to Contract No.
55-15410 dated October 14, 2015, with the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast
Louisiana, Inc. to increase the cap to the original contract amount by $7,164.13
for Renovation of Three Bathrooms, for the Department of Community
Development, (Council District 1)
WHEREAS, Resolution 125751 was adopted on the 23rd day of September,
2015, authorizing a contract between the Parish of Jefferson and the Boys and
Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc., to renovate three restrooms at the Boys
and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc. at a cost not to exceed $75,000.00;
and,
WHEREAS, additional funding is required to complete the renovation of three
restrooms at the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc.; and,
WHEREAS, the cost of the additional funding will increase the cap of the
original contract amount by $7,164.13, and represents a 9.55217% increase
in the original contract amount. The total contract amount will increase from
$75,000.00 to $82,164.13; 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 Amendment
No. 1 to Contract No. 55-15410 dated October 14, 2015, with Boys and Girls
Club of Southeast Louisiana, Inc., to increase the cap of the original contract
amount by $7,164.13, which represents a 9.55217% increase in the contract
amount, for the Renovation of Three Bathrooms, for the Department of
Community Development.
SECTION 2. That the increase of Amendment No. 1 will be charged to Account
No. 21280-1173-139-7454-12219-001 and No. 21280-1173-139-7331-12219001.
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
Change Order No. 1 to the contract.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127257
A resolution ratifying a new Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with Plaquemines
Parish for Right-of-way Acquisition for Peters Road Bridge and Extension
(Phase II), State Project No. 826-63-001 at a cost of $80,362.94. (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 or political
corporations may engage in cooperative endeavors with each other or with any
other private association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, practical considerations necessitate that governmental agencies
work together in order to effectuate effective and efficient regional cooperation;
and
WHEREAS, Plaquemines Parish (hereinafter, PLAQUEMINES) in
cooperation with Jefferson Parish (hereinafter, JEFFERSON) and the Louisiana
Department of Transportation and Development (hereinafter, LA DOTD) are
committed to the extension of Peters Road, a Louisiana State Highway, from its
current terminus at Engineers Road in Jefferson Parish to Belle Chasse Highway
in Plaquemines Parish (hereinafter, the PROJECT) which will support the
industrial growth taking place along Peters Road in Jefferson Parish, will support
the expanding oil industry in lower Plaquemines Parish, will improve regional
connectivity, and will reduce traffic volumes on heavily congested LA 23 in both
Jefferson Parish and Plaquemines Parish; and
WHEREAS, the residents of Jefferson Parish will benefit from the efforts
of these agencies working to effectuate effective and efficient regional
transportation; and
WHEREAS, PLAQUEMINES and JEFFERSON concurred that it was necessary
and desirable to proceed with the acquisition of all right-of-way necessary to
construct the PROJECT; and
WHEREAS, PLAQUEMINES had an existing Agreement with the firm of GCR,
Inc., a firm approved by the LA DOTD to provide right-of-way acquisition
services, to provide real estate services, including appraisals and title research,
for the acquisition of properties necessary for the construction of the PROJECT
on behalf of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
(DOTD) and in accordance with DOTD and FHWA real estate requirements and
guidelines; and
WHEREAS, JEFFERSON entered into a Cooperative Endeavor agreement with
PLAQUEMINES to provide real estate services by GCR, Inc. in accordance
with their existing Agreement with Plaquemines Parish, including appraisals,
title research, and acquisition services related to the acquisition of rightof-way within Jefferson Parish for Phase II of the Peters Road Bridge and
Extension project on behalf of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and
Development (DOTD) and in accordance with DOTD and FHWA real estate
requirements and guidelines for a Not-to-exceed amount of $101,640.00; and
WHEREAS, PLAQUEMINES allowed the existing Agreement with GCR, Inc.
to expire and subsequently entered into a new Agreement; and
WHEREAS, three additional parcels within the limits of the Murphy Canal have
been identified which require acquisition for construction of the PROJECT and
required relocation costs associated with property acquisition for the PROJECT
have been established in accordance with DOTD and FHWA real estate
requirements and guidelines; and
WHEREAS, additional fees to complete all required real estate services work
associated with the PROJECT in Jefferson Parish in the Not-to-Exceed amount
of $69,140.00 have been agreed upon by GCR,Inc. and the Jefferson Parish
Engineering Department; and
WHEREAS, under the terms of the existing Agreement with the firm of GCR,
Inc., JEFFERSON has expended $90,417.06, leaving a balance of $11,222.94 for
services to be performed under the new Agreement; and
WHEREAS, due to GCR Inc.s familiarity with the PROJECT and in order to
expedite completion of the PROJECT, it is in the best interest of JEFFERSON
to utilize the new Agreement between PLAQUEMINES and GCR, Inc. for real
estate services work associated with the PROJECT for properties located in
Jefferson Parish for a Not-to-exceed amount of $80,362.94.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
the governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the Council does hereby ratify the terms of a new Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement between the Parish of Jefferson and the Parish of
Plaquemines, to provide real estate services, including appraisals, title research,
and acquisition services related to the acquisition of right-of-way within
Jefferson Parish for Phase II of the Peters Road Bridge and Extension project

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on behalf of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development


(DOTD) and in accordance with DOTD and FHWA real estate requirements and
guidelines; real estate services shall be performed by GCR, Inc. in accordance
with their existing Agreement with Plaquemines Parish dated , which agreement
shall be a part of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement..
SECTION 2. That as per the terms of the new Cooperative Endeavor Agreement,
Jefferson Parish will pay Plaquemines Parish compensation for real estate
services performed by GCR, Inc. for work associated with the PROJECT
for properties located in Jefferson Parish in the Not-to-Exceed amount of
$80,362.94.
SECTION 3. That the total cost for Jefferson Parish pursuant to this new
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement shall be $80,362.94 and shall be charged to
Account No. 44500-4070-7710 (45014.007).
SECTION 4. That the Chairwoman of the Jefferson Parish Council, or in
her 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 8th day of June, 2016.

It was moved by Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, that Item #94 on
the agenda of a resolution ratifying a Trust Agreement with Regions Bank to
establish a trust fund for the Retirement assets for Jefferson Parish Hospital
Service District No. 1, f/d/b/a West Jefferson Medical Center be and is hereby
deferred until June 22, 2016. (Council District 2) (Approved by Mr. Johnston 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 ABSTAIN: (1) Roberts ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted on this 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127258
A resolution approving and accepting the attached Louisiana Compliance
Questionnaire required by the State of Louisiana Legislative Auditors Office as
part of the annual audit of Hospital Service District No. 1. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of Governmental Auditing Standards,
promulgated by the United States Comptroller General, all audit reports shall
contain reports on compliance and internal control; and
WHEREAS, the Compliance Questionnaire is a required part of the Hospital
Service District No. 1 financial and compliance audit.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council,
Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana, acting as governing authority of said Parish:
SECTION 1. That the attached Louisiana Compliance Questionnaire required by
the State of Louisiana Legislative Auditors Office as part of the annual audit of
the Hospital Service District No. 1 and is hereby approved and accepted.
SECTION 2. That the Council Chairwoman of Jefferson Parish, the President of
Jefferson Parish, and the Finance Director of Jefferson Parish are authorized to
sign the Louisiana Compliance Questionnaire.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127259
A resolution amending resolution no. 126579 adopted on February 17, 2016,
ratifying Amendment No. 1 to the contract with Gilsbar, LLC to provide benefits
services management for matters pertaining to issues concerning West Jefferson
Medical Center employee medical/dental/vision benefits and to provide for
related matters. (Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 126579, adopted on February 17, 2016, established
a contract cap of $15,000, annually; and
WHEREAS, based upon re-evaluation of the run out claims to date, the contract
cap needs to be increased to $200,000.00 annually.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That resolution no. 126579, adopted on February 17, 2016, is
hereby amended to increase the contract cap amount to be $200,000.00 annually
for the contract with Gilsbar, LLC to provide benefits services management for
matters pertaining to terminal issues concerning West Jefferson Medical Center
employee medical/dental/vision benefits is hereby ratified.
SECTION 2. That the cost of services to be performed under the terms of the
contract will be charged to Professional Services Account No. 96010-9600-7331.
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127260
A resolution amending resolution no. 126580, adopted on February 17, 2016,
which ratified Amendment No. 1 to the contract with Gilsbar, LLC (MedCom
Care Management Program) to provide population health management services
for matters pertaining to issues concerning West Jefferson Medical Center
employee medical/dental/vision benefits and to provide for related matters.
(Parishwide)
WHEREAS, Resolution No. 126580, adopted on February 17, 2016, established
a contract cap of $15,000, annually; and
WHEREAS, based upon re-evaluation of the run out claims the contract cap
needs to be increased to $100,000.00 annually.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Jefferson Parish Council of
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana:
SECTION 1. That resolution no. 126580, adopted on February 17, 2016, is
hereby amended to increase the contract cap amount to be $100,000.00 annually
for the contract with Gilsbar, LLC (MedCom Care Management Program) to
provide population health management services for matters pertaining to terminal
issues concerning West Jefferson Medical Center employee medical/dental/vision
benefits.
SECTION 2. That the cost of services to be performed under the terms of the
contract will be charged to Professional Services Account No. 96010-9600-7331.
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: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
The resolution was declared to be adopted this the 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Roberts, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following resolution
was offered:
RESOLUTION NO. 127261
A resolution ratifying the attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between
Newell Normand in his capacity as Sheriff of Jefferson Parish and Jefferson
Parish Communication District, to provide for personnel cooperation in
maintaining, operating and supervising the 911 dispatch facility. (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 association, corporation or individuals; and
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Parish Communication District is authorized by La.
R.S. 33:1324 (Louisianas Local Service Law) to enter into cooperative activities
with other public entities for a public purpose; and
WHEREAS, cooperative activities include providing personnel to maintain,
operate and supervise the 911 dispatch facility; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, has assumed the operation of the
Jefferson Parish Communication Districts Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911
Computer-Aided Dispatch Center, as authorized by Resolution No. 118115,
adopted December 15, 2011 and Resolution No. 126726, adopted March 16,
2016; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff will allow Jefferson Parish Communication District to
use the services of Ronald Hoefeld, Employee; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff will be reimbursed by Jefferson Parish Communication
District the Maximum Reimbursable Salary of the position and the associated
fringe benefits at a rate not to exceed seventy (70) percent, or eighty thousand
dollars ($80,000.00); and
WHEREAS, the public purpose of the project is to provide personnel to
maintain, operate and supervise Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911 Computer-Aided

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Dispatch Center used by all Jefferson Parish Citizens; and


WHEREAS, the Sheriff and the Jefferson Parish Communication District have
a reasonable expectation of receiving the benefit of efficient maintenance and
operation of the Jefferson Parish Enhanced 911 Computer-Aided Dispatch Center
in exchange for the personnel cooperation outlined in this Agreement.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of Jefferson
Parish, Louisiana, acting as governing authority of the Jefferson Parish
Communication District:
SECTION 1. That attached Cooperative Endeavor Agreement between the
Sheriff and the Jefferson Parish Communication District, to provide for personnel
cooperation in maintaining, operating and supervising the 911 dispatch facility, is
hereby ratified.
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 foregoing resolution having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
as follows:
YEAS: 7 NAYS: None ABSENT: None
This resolution was declared to be adopted on this the 8TH day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127262
A resolution approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery
of a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement by and among the Parish of Jefferson,
State of Louisiana, the Jefferson Highway Economic Development District, and
Ochsner Clinic Foundation; approving the form of and authorizing the execution
of a Joint Agreement for Collection of Sales and Use Taxes by and among the
Parish, the District, and the Sheriff of the Parish of Jefferson; and providing for
other matters in connection therewith.
WHEREAS, Ochsner Medical Center, working through the Ochsner Clinic
Foundation (collectively, Ochsner), desires to implement an expansion project
across the north, south, and west campuses of Ochsner Medical Center located
in Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana (the Parish) that will include mixed
use commercial, retail, and a diverse group of short and long-term housing and
residential developments in addition to the development of a new acute inpatient
rehabilitation hospital, an outpatient physical and occupational therapy clinic,
the addition of seven floors to the current eight-story west tower building located
on the south campus, expanded oncology clinics, and a new imaging center
(collectively, the Expansion Project); and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires to leverage the Expansion Project to provide
significant public infrastructure improvements including, but not limited to,
the acquisition, construction, development, improvement, and maintenance
of streets, including the widening of streets, sidewalks, sewer and drainage
improvements and relocation, public transportation improvements, lighting,
utilities, including the relocation and burying of utility lines, traffic signals,
landscaping, and related improvements, as well as all other items, including
reimbursements for any of the above, authorized to be included in the costs
of an economic development project under Chapter 27 of Title 33 of the
Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, specifically La R.S. 33:9038.31
through 9038.42, inclusive (the Act) (collectively, the Public Infrastructure
Improvements and, together with the Expansion Project, the Project); and
WHEREAS, the Act allows local governmental subdivisions to create economic
development districts (the Economic Development Districts) and also allows
them and other tax recipient entities to use certain of their incremental sales tax
receipts, hotel occupancy tax receipts, and ad valorem tax receipts attributable
to a new development within the boundaries of the Economic Development
Districts in excess of the receipts received from within such Economic
Development Districts over a base years tax collections (collectively, the
Tax Increments) for the development of economic development projects (as
defined in the Act), which includes projects that assist commercial, retail and
other related industries, as well as any and all projects suitable to any industry
determined by the Parish or an Economic Development District created by the
Parish to create economic development; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with the Act and for the purposes of promoting the
Project, the Parish has declared the Project to be an economic development
project as set forth in the Act and has created the Jefferson Highway Economic
Development District (the District), all pursuant to an ordinance adopted by
the Parish on April 20, 2016 (the Ordinance); and
WHEREAS, the Parish currently levies and collects a one half of one percent
(0.5%) sales and use tax pursuant to the authority of Act No. 29 of the
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of Louisiana for the year 1964 and a
special election held in the Parish on May 3, 1966 (the Parish Sales Tax); and
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Ordinance in accordance with the Act, the Parish
has dedicated the Tax Increments of the Parish Sales Tax generated within the
boundaries of the District to the financing of a portion of the Public Infrastructure
Improvements and to serve as matching funds for any federal grants applied for
in connection with the Public Infrastructure Improvements; and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires to enter into a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement
(the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement) by and among the Parish, the
District, and Ochsner Clinic Foundation to provide for the collection of the Tax
Increments of the Parish Sales Tax and the distribution of the Tax Increments
of the Parish Sales Tax to provide partial financing of the Public Infrastructure
Improvements and to serve as matching funds for any federal grants applied for
in connection with the Public Infrastructure Improvements, all in accordance
with Section 14(C) of Article VII of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, as
amended, and the Act; and
WHEREAS, the Parish reasonably expects that the obligations incurred by the
Parish under the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement will be exceeded by the
expected economic benefits to the Parish generated by the Project; and
WHEREAS, to effectuate the most efficient and effective collection of the
Tax Increments of the Parish Sales Tax, the Parish desires to enter into a Joint
Agreement for Collection of Sales and Use Taxes by and among the Parish, the
District, and the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, as the ex officio sales and use tax
collector for the Parish of Jefferson (the Collection Agreement).
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Parish Council of the Parish of
Jefferson that:
SECTION 1. The foregoing preamble clauses are hereby adopted as set forth in
the preamble to this Resolution.
SECTION 2. The Council hereby approves the form of and authorizes the
execution and delivery of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement, substantially in
the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, with such additions, omissions, or changes
as may be recommended by legal counsel to the Parish and the District.
SECTION 3. The Council hereby approves the form of and authorizes the
execution and delivery of the Collection Agreement, substantially in the form
attached hereto as Exhibit B, with such additions, omissions, or changes as may
be recommended by legal counsel to the Parish and the District.
SECTION 4. The Council hereby authorizes the Chairperson of the Council,
and/or the Vice-Chairman of the Council, and the Council Clerk to execute the
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement, the Collection Agreement, and any and all
other documents, certificates, instruments, and writings as may be necessary to
carry out the purposes of this Resolution.
SECTION 5. This Resolution does hereby incorporate by reference as though
fully set forth herein the provisions and requirements of the Act.
SECTION 6. This Resolution shall become effective immediately upon its
adoption.
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 8th day of June, 2016.

On motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng, the following
resolution was offered as amended:
RESOLUTION NO. 127263
A resolution approving Bylaws and designating the Officers of the Jefferson
Highway Economic Development District; approving the form of and
authorizing the District to enter into a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement by and
among the District, the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana, and Ochsner
Clinic Foundation; approving the form and authorizing the execution of a Joint
Agreement for Collection of Sales and Use Taxes by and among the District, the
Parish, and the Sheriff of Jefferson Parish; and providing for other matters in
connection therewith.
WHEREAS, the Jefferson Highway Economic Development District (the
District) is an economic development district established by the Parish Council
of the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana (the Council), as the governing
authority of the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana (the Parish), by an
ordinance adopted by the Council on April 20, 2016 (the Ordinance) as an
economic development district pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 27 of Title
33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended (La. R.S. 33:9020
through 33:9038.42, inclusive) (the Act), and other constitutional and statutory
authority; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Act, the Council is the governing authority of the
District (the District Board); and
WHEREAS, Ochsner Medical Center, working through the Ochsner Clinic

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Foundation (collectively, Ochsner), desires to implement an expansion project


across the north, south, and west campuses of Ochsner Medical Center located
in Jefferson Parish, State of Louisiana (the Parish) that will include mixed
use commercial, retail, and a diverse group of short and long-term housing and
residential developments in addition to the development of a new acute inpatient
rehabilitation hospital, an outpatient physical and occupational therapy clinic,
the addition of seven floors to the current eight-story west tower building located
on the south campus, expanded oncology clinics, and a new imaging center
(collectively, the Expansion Project); and
WHEREAS, the Parish desires to leverage the Expansion Project to provide
significant public infrastructure improvements including, but not limited to,
the acquisition, construction, development, improvement, and maintenance
of streets, including the widening of streets, sidewalks, sewer and drainage
improvements and relocation, public transportation improvements, lighting,
utilities, including the relocation and burying of utility lines, traffic signals,
landscaping, and related improvements, as well as all other items, including
reimbursements for any of the above, authorized to be included in the costs
of an economic development project under Chapter 27 of Title 33 of the
Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, specifically La R.S. 33:9038.31
through 9038.42, inclusive (the Act) (collectively, the Public Infrastructure
Improvements and, together with the Expansion Project, the Project); and
WHEREAS, the Act allows the District, the Parish, and other tax recipient
entities to use certain of their incremental sales tax receipts, hotel occupancy tax
receipts, and ad valorem tax receipts attributable to a new development within
the boundaries of the District in excess of the receipts received from within the
District over a base years tax collections (collectively, the Tax Increments)
for the development of economic development projects (as defined in the
Act), which includes projects that assist commercial, retail, and other related
industries, as well as any and all projects suitable to any industry determined by
the Parish or the District to create economic development; and
WHEREAS, the Parish has declared the Project to be an economic development
project as set forth in the Act; and
WHEREAS, the Parish currently levies and collects a one half of one percent
(0.5%) sales and use tax pursuant to the authority of Act No. 29 of the
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of Louisiana for the year 1964 and a
special election held in the Parish on May 3, 1966 (the Parish Sales Tax); and
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Ordinance adopted by the Parish on April 20, 2016
and in accordance with the Act, the Parish has dedicated the Tax Increments
of the Parish Sales Tax generated within the boundaries of the District to the
financing of a portion of the Public Infrastructure Improvements and to serve as
matching funds for any federal grants applied for in connection with the Public
Infrastructure Improvements; and
WHEREAS, the District desires to enter into a cooperative endeavor agreement
(the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement) by and among the District, the
Parish, and Ochsner Clinic Foundation to provide for the collection of the
Tax Increments of the Parish Sales Tax generated within the boundaries of the
District and the distribution of such Tax Increments of the Parish Sales Tax to the
financing of a portion of the Public Infrastructure Improvements and to serve as
matching funds for any federal grants applied for in connection with the Public
Infrastructure Improvements, all in accordance with Section 14(C) of Article VII
of the Louisiana Constitution of 1974, as amended, and the Act; and
WHEREAS, the District reasonably expects that the obligations incurred by the
District under the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement will be exceeded by the
expected economic benefits to the District generated by the Project; and
WHEREAS, to effectuate the most efficient and effective collection of the
Tax Increments of the Parish Sales Tax generated within the boundaries of the
District, the District desires to enter into a Joint Agreement for Collection of
Sales and Use Taxes by and among the District, the Parish, and the Sheriff of
Jefferson Parish, as the ex officio sales and use tax collector for the Parish of
Jefferson (the Collection Agreement); and
WHEREAS, the District Board now desires to adopt By-Laws of the District (the
By-Laws) and to designate the Chairperson of the Council as the Chairperson
of the District Board, to designate the Vice-Chairman of the Council as the
Secretary-Treasurer of the District Board, and to designate the Clerk of the Parish
Council as the Clerk of the District Board, all in accordance with the By-Laws.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the District Board of the Jefferson
Highway Economic Development District, that:
SECTION 1. The foregoing whereas clauses are hereby adopted as set forth in
the preamble to this Resolution.
SECTION 2. The By-Laws of the Jefferson Highway Economic Development
District, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, are approved.
The Chairman of the Council is hereby designated as the Chairperson of the
District Board, the Vice-Chairperson of the Council is hereby designated as
Secretary-Treasurer of the District Board, and the Clerk of the Parish Council is
hereby designated as the Clerk of the District Board, all in accordance with the
By-Laws.
SECTION 3. Pursuant to the authority of the Act, the Project as described and
defined in the preamble hereto is hereby approved and deemed to be an economic
development project and serves a public purpose.
SECTION 4. The District Board hereby approves the form of and authorizes
the execution and delivery of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement by and
among the District, the Parish, and Ochsner Clinic Foundation (the Cooperative
Endeavor Agreement), substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B,
with such additions, omissions, or changes as may be recommended by legal
counsel to the Parish and the District.
SECTION 5. The District Board hereby approves the form of and authorizes the
execution and delivery of the Joint Agreement for Collection of Sales and Use
Taxes (the Collection Agreement), substantially in the form attached hereto as
Exhibit C, with such additions, omissions, or changes as may be recommended
by legal counsel to the Parish and the District.
SECTION 6. The Chairperson, the Secretary-Treasurer, and/or the Clerk of
the District Board is hereby authorized to execute the Cooperative Endeavor
Agreement, the Collection Agreement, and any and all other documents,
certificates, instruments, and writings as may be necessary to carry out the
purposes of this Resolution. SECTION 7. This Resolution does hereby
incorporate by reference as though fully set forth herein the provisions and
requirements of the Act.
SECTION 8. This Resolution shall become effective immediately upon its
adoption.
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 8th day of June, 2016.



ORDINANCES INTRODUCED FOR PUBLICATION IN SUMMARY
AND PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR CONSIDERATION ON THEIR FINAL
ADOPTION ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2016, BEGINNING AT ELEVEN
(11:00) OCLOCK A.M. AT THE TOWN OF GRAND ISLE, LA.
On Joint Motion of all Councilmembers Present, 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, July
27, 2016, beginning at eleven (11:00) oclock a.m. at the Town of Grand Isle,
Louisiana.
The following ordinances having been read are available for public inspection
in the Parish Clerks Office, Suite 6700, General Government Building, Gretna,
La. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The foregoing motion having been submitted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
follows:

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The motion was declared to be adopted on the 8th day of June, 2016.
SUMMARIES OF ORDINANCES INTRODUCED THIS DAY ARE AS
FOLLOWS:
SUMMARY NO. 24527 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance to amend Chapter 7, Animals and Fowl, Article II, Animal
Control and Welfare, Division 1 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
to add Section 7-26 pertaining to the feeding of cats in Lafreniere Park and to
provide for related matters. (Council District 4)
SUMMARY NO. 24528 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance creating the Office of Coastal Zone Management within the
Department of Public Works and the position of Coastal Zone Management
Coordinator, establishing the appointment, term, duties and salary of the
Coastal Zone Management Coordinator, amending the Executive Pay Plan,
to incorporate a new class of work entitled: Coastal Zone Management
Coordinator and providing for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24529 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 18226, as amended, the East Bank
Consolidated Special Service Fire Protection District Personnel Rules to
amend Rule V- Pay Plan and to amend Rule 1 Definitions, to add the position of
Fire Chief; and to provide for related matters. (Parishwide)
SUMMARY NO. 24530 - ORDINANCE NO.
An ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article V, Division 7- Office of Fire
Services, Sections 2-211 and 2-213 of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances,
relative to the duties of the Director of Fire and otherwise providing with
respect thereto and for related matters. (Parishwide)
It was moved by Ms. Van Vrancken and seconded by Ms. Lee-Sheng to
adjourn, and no objections being voiced, the meeting was declared to be
officially adjourned by the Chairwoman at 12:41 P.M.
APPROVED:
CYNTHIA LEE-SHENG, CHAIRWOMAN EULA A. LOPEZ, PARISH
CLERK
JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL JEFFERSON PARISH COUNCIL


Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Council is hereby soliciting statements of qualifications
from vendors interested in providing occupational medicine services including
pre-employment, fitness for duty, return-to-work and other physicals, specimen
collection for drug and alcohol tests, and other medical treatment to Jefferson
Parish employees and prospective employees. The selected vendor must operate
either an East Bank office or a West Bank office, or both.
The vendors submitting a Statement of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish General
Professional Services Questionnaire) must identify all sub-consultant firms which
they expect to use to provide professional services, and submit a Statement of
Qualifications (Jefferson Parish General Professional Services Questionnaire) for
each sub-consultant firm. (Refer to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinance, Section
2-928 (If applicable).
The Jefferson Parish Council may award these contract services to one or more
vendors as they deem appropriate based on the submittals received.
Minimum Qualifications, in order to be considered the proposer must meet the
following:
1. The proposer must hold a current Louisiana State Medical License, and must
be in good standing.
2. Proposer must be qualified as an expert witness in at least one Louisiana
Federal or State court in the field of occupational medicine or a similar specialty.
3. Proposer must conduct business in an office/practice on either the East Bank
or West Bank of Jefferson Parish, or both.
4. Proposers office staff should consist of an occupational doctor and at a
minimum two (2) medical assistants.
Evaluation Criteria:
1. Proposers qualifications. (25 points).
2. Demonstrated ability to respond to the Parishs needs on a timely basis. The
proposers office staff should at a minimum consist of the doctor, two (2) medical
assistants; please include names and titles of office staff and whether they have
certifications and licenses that are related to occupational medicine; and identify
any other relevant abilities of staff to respond. (25 points)
3. Demonstrated ability to provide required services; include professional
experience in providing similar services to a population between 3,000 and
4,000 employees and include references from agencies for which similar scope
of services are currently being provided which includes contact person and
telephone number for each reference; describe experience in providing expert
testimony in Louisiana, Federal and State courts; identify the number of years
that your practice has included occupational medicine, indicate whether it is full
or part-time and other related experiences. (20 points)
4. Price. (20 points)
5. Provide information demonstrating the Proposers understanding of the nature
and scope of this project. (10 points)

All vendors must submit a Statement of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish


General Professional Services Questionnaire), a Human Resource Management
Questionnaire, and the SOQ affidavit. Copies may be obtained by calling the
Parish Clerk at (504) 364-2626. Copies of the General Professional Services
Questionnaire and SOQ Affidavit may be found on the Parishs website at www.
jeffparish.net. Interested vendors should submit 1 original and 13 copies, total of
(14) of each of the required documents to the Jefferson Parish Council, c/o Ms.
Eula A Lopez, Parish Clerk, 200 Derbigny St., General Government Building,
Suite 6700, Gretna, La. 70053 no later than 4:30 PM on Thursday, June 30, 2016.
No submittals will be accepted after the deadline. (Resolution 127252

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Council is hereby soliciting statements of qualifications
from vendors interested in providing Medical Review Officer services for
the Parishs substance use program including drug and/or alcohol testing and
medication review for employees and prospective employees and to provide for
related matters.
Proposer must conduct business in an office/practice on either the East Bank or
West Bank of Jefferson Parish.
The vendors submitting a Statement of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish General
Professional Services Questionnaire) must identify all sub-consultant firms which
they expect to use to provide professional services, and submit a Statement of
Qualifications (Jefferson Parish General Professional Services Questionnaire) for
each sub-consultant firm. (Refer to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinance, Section
2-928 (If applicable).
The Jefferson Parish Council may award these contract services to one or more
vendors as they deem appropriate based on the submittals received.
Minimum Qualifications, in order to be considered the proposer must meet the
following:
1. The proposer must hold a current Louisiana State Medical License, and must
be in good standing.
2. The proposer must hold a current certificate as a Medical Review Officer
accredited by the federal drug testing law/SAMHSA. If proposer subcontracts
with specimen collectors, they must be SAMHSA certified.
3. Proposer must be qualified as an expert Medical Review Officer in a
Louisiana, Federal or State court.
4. Proposer must conduct business in an office/practice on either the East Bank
or West Bank of Jefferson Parish.
Evaluation Criteria:
1. Proposers qualifications. (20 points).
Demonstrated ability to provide required services; include professional
experience in providing similar services to a population between 3,000 and 4,000
employees include references from agencies for which similar scope of services
are currently being provided and include contact person and telephone number
for each reference; experience in providing expert testimony in Louisiana,
Federal and State courts; participation or attendance at continuing education
seminars for Medical Review Officer; and other related experiences. (20 points)
2. Demonstrated ability to respond to the Parishs needs on a timely basis. The
vendors office staff should at a minimum consist of the doctor, two (2) medical
assistants and a receptionist; please include office staff and whether they have
training in drug and/or alcohol testing and medication review processes and
procedures; and other relevant abilities to respond. (25 points)
3. Price. (25 points)
4. Provide information demonstrating the Proposers understanding of the nature
and scope of this project. (10 points)
All vendors must submit a Statement of Qualifications (Jefferson Parish
General Professional Services Questionnaire), a Human Resource Management
Questionnaire, and the SOQ affidavit. Copies may be obtained by calling the
Parish Clerk at (504) 364-2626. Copies of the General Professional Services

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Questionnaire and SOQ Affidavit may be found on the Parishs website at


www.jeffparish.net. Interested vendors should submit 1 original and 13 copies,
totaling (14) of each of the required documents to the Jefferson Parish Council,
c/o Ms. Eula A Lopez, Parish Clerk, 200 Derbigny St., General Government
Building, Suite 6700, Gretna, La. 70053 no later that 4:30 p.m. on June 30, 2016.
No submittals will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution 127250

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Parish of Jefferson is hereby soliciting the submittal of a Statement of
Qualifications (Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC) Questionnaire) from
persons or firms interested and qualified to provide Construction Management
Services (excluding resident inspection) for Miscellaneous Projects located
throughout the Parish.
Projects for which services are required shall be selected by the Parish Council
and may include the following:
Building structures (single or multi-story)
Public Works related projects, including, but not limited to, drainage, water,
street, and sewerage
Recreational facilities
General
The firms submitting a Statement of Qualifications (TEC Questionnaire) must
identify all sub-consultant firms which they expect to use to provide professional
services, and submit a Statement of Qualifications (TEC Questionnaire) for
each sub-consultant firm. (Refer to Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinance, Section
2-928).
Selected firms, including their sub-consultants, shall not be eligible to apply for
or receive design related services for the project(s) for which they have been
selected to perform construction management services (as a prime consultant or
sub-consultant). This restriction shall apply throughout the life of the contract.
All services shall be provided on an as-needed basis, and there shall be no
guarantee as to the amount of work the firm or firms will be given during the
term of the contract.
The Council, at its discretion, may choose one or more qualified firms to provide
the services.
Compensation
Compensation for the required services will be made on an hourly rate basis or
a fixed fee basis, or a combination of both, depending on scope and complexity
of the work. The Parish reserves the right to determine the method of payment
(hourly or fixed) for each individual assignment.
For hourly rate work, the firm shall be compensated on the basis of their
certified and itemized salary costs plus a fee to cover overhead costs and profit
in accordance with guidelines established in Attachment A to the Standard
Professional Services Agreement for Jefferson Parish. A copy of Attachment A
may be obtained by calling the Jefferson Parish Department of Capital Projects at
(504) 736-6779.
For fixed fee work, the fee shall be negotiated with the firm by the Jefferson
Parish Department of Capital Projects and shall be mutually agreeable to both
parties.
All costs associated with this project shall be subject to Jefferson Parish review
and approval.
A maximum yearly cap will be established by Jefferson Parish based on
anticipated needs for these services, and the established cap shall not be
increased without Council approval.
Minimum Requirement for Selection
1. The persons or firms under consideration shall have at least one (1) Firm
Representative who has at least five (5) years of experience in the field or fields
of expertise required for the project.
Evaluation Criteria
The following criteria will be used to evaluate each firm submitting a Statement
of Qualifications:
(1) Professional training and experience in relation to the type of work required
for the architectural or engineering services. (Maximum points awarded shall be
35).
(2) Size of firm considering the number of professional and support personnel
required to perform the type of architectural or engineering tasks, including
project evaluation, project design, drafting of technical plans, development of
technical specifications and construction administration. (Maximum points
awarded shall be 20).
(3) Capacity for timely completion of newly assigned work, considering the
factors of type of architectural or engineering task, current unfinished workload,
and person or firms available professional and support personnel. (Maximum
points awarded shall be 20).
(4) Past Performance by person or firm on projects of or similar comparable size,
scope, and scale. Assertions of fault by a person or firm, which shall include
time delays, cost over-runs, and or design inadequacies in prior work completed
for the Parish shall be evidenced by substantiating documentation provided
by the Director of Public Works for the requesting department or the Director
of Engineering and received by the Chairman of the Evaluation Committee
a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to the scheduled date of the Technical
Evaluation Committee meeting. (Maximum points awarded shall be 10).
(5) Location of the principal office where work will be performed. Preference
shall be given to persons or firms with a principal business office at which
the work will be performed as follows: (1) Jefferson Parish, including
municipalities located within Jefferson Parish (15 points); (2) Neighboring
Parishes of the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Region, which includes
Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles and St. Tammany Parishes (12
Points); (3) Parishes other than the foregoing (10 Points); (4) Outside the State
of Louisiana (6 Points). (Maximum points awarded shall be 15).
(6) Adversarial legal proceedings between the Parish and the person or
firm performing professional services, in which the Parish prevailed or any
ongoing adversarial legal procedures between the Parish and the person or firm
performing professional services, excluding those instances or cases where the
person or firm was added as an indispensable party, or where the person or firm
participated in or assisted the public entity in prosecution of its claim. In the
event that the person or firm fails to provide accurate and detailed information
regarding legal proceedings with the Parish, including the absence of legal
proceedings, the person or firm shall be deemed unresponsive with regard to this
category, and zero (0) points shall be awarded. (Maximum points awarded shall
be 15 for the lack of any such adversarial proceedings as defined).
(7) Prior successful completion of projects of the type and nature of the
architectural or engineering services, as defined, for which firm has provided
verifiable references. (Maximum points awarded shall be 15).
Only those persons or firms receiving an overall cumulative score of at least
seventy percent (70%) or greater, of the total possible points for all categories to
be assigned by the participating Technical Evaluation Committee members shall
be deemed qualified to perform architectural or engineering tasks.
All firms must submit a Statement of Qualifications (TEC Questionnaire).
Please obtain the latest TEC Questionnaire, by calling the Parish Clerks Office
at (504) 364-2626 or using our web address: www.jeffparish.net. Interested
firms must submit one (1) original and fourteen (14) copies of this Statement of
Qualifications (TEC Questionnaire) to the Jefferson Parish Council, c/o Ms. Eula
A. Lopez, Parish Clerk, General Government Building, 200 Derbigny Street,
Suite 6700, Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, July
7, 2016. No submittals will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution 127242

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Parish of Jefferson is hereby soliciting Statements of Qualifications from
individuals or firms interested in serving as Investment Manager for Jefferson
Parish Hospital Service District No. 2 by actively trading the portfolio managed
within the districts Investment Policy guidelines and according to state law.
These funds include approximately 5 accounts which are to be managed
and reported on separately. The allocation of these funds will consist of

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approximately 25 Treasury and Agency securities, and 190 Municipal bonds


(both taxable and tax exempt). The investment services will include liquidity
management of operating funds requiring frequent reporting to the Hospital
District, and may include advising the Hospital Service District on its investment
policies. The Investment Manager will be responsible for maintaining
compliance with state law as well as the internal investment guidelines and
various bond indenture covenants of the districts.
The following criteria shall be used to evaluate the statements of the firms
submitting:
1. Experience in and understanding of investment management; (25 points)
2. Professional training and experience of the individuals or firms assigned to the
project, generally and in relation to the subject matter expertise required for this
project; (25 points)
3. Past and current accomplishments, for which references from clients or former
clients and information gathered by inspection of current or recent projects may
be considered; (10 points)
4. Past performance by individual or firm on public sector projects; (10 points)
5. Past performance by individual or firm on similar-sized private sector projects;
(10 points)
6. Provide a suggested fee schedule relative to the services to be used for
negotiation purposes; (10 points)
7. Provide verification that individual or firm is a Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) Registered Investment Advisor; (5 points)
8. Respondents provide errors & omissions insurance in effect at the time
of submission and adequate financial resources to fund potential obligations
resulting from malfeasance, inappropriate conduct, and negligence; (5 points)

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management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central


Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos
Director 
Purchasing Department 

Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department

ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 1, 8 and 15, 2016


ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: June 1, 8 and 15, 2016

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, July 12,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116743 SUPPLY LABOR, MATERIALS,
EQUIPMENT, AND SUPERVISION TO REPLACE THE EXTERIOR
VACUUM PIPING FROM THE JEFFERSON PARISH DUNCAN PUMP
STATION FOR JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS,
DRAINAGE

A Professional Services Questionnaire must accompany the statements. Please


obtain the latest questionnaire form by contacting the Parish Clerks Office
by telephone at 504/364-2626. Interested individuals or firms must submit 14
copies each of their statements and questionnaire to the Jefferson Parish Council
c/o Mrs. Eula A. Lopez, Parish Clerk, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 6700, Gretna,
LA 70053, no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, 2016. No statements
will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution 127212

PUBLIC NOTICE

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 A.M. on JUNE


27, 2016 at the Duncan Pump Station, located at 1800 Joe Yenni Blvd.,
Kenner, LA. All interested parties are invited to attend. All bidders must
attend the Mandatory pre-bid conference and will be required to sign in and
out as evidence of attendance. In accordance with LSA R.S. 38:2212(I), all
prospective bidders shall be present at the beginning of the Mandatory pre-bid
conference and shall remain in attendance for the duration of the conference.
Any prospective bidder who fails to attend the conference or remain for the
duration shall be prohibited from submitting a bid for the project.

The Parish of Jefferson is hereby soliciting Statements of Qualifications from


non-profit entities interested in the operation, occupancy and use of the facilities
located at 11312 Jefferson Highway in River Ridge, Louisiana and 1855 Ames
Blvd., in Marrero, Louisiana to provide full-time comprehensive medical care in
an outpatient or ambulatory care setting.

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

The Parish of Jefferson owns two buildings, one located at 11312 Jefferson
Highway in River Ridge, Louisiana and another located at 1855 Ames Blvd. in
Marrero, Louisiana which have traditionally been used as healthcare facilities
to provide primary and comprehensive healthcare services to the indigent and
uninsured populations of Jefferson Parish.
The Parish of Jefferson desires to allow a non-profit entity to operate, occupy
and use the facilities to provide healthcare to individuals across the healthcare
spectrum that includes pediatrics to adults to establish a healthier population in
Jefferson Parish. The entity must have the ability to become operational within
a reasonable time of being selected. The entity must accept the indigent and
underserved populations that traditionally have limited access to healthcare
and must be able to accept and schedule patients for appointments within a
reasonable time frame.
The Statement of Qualifications must be organized in sections containing the
following information:
1. Description of Organization. Description of the organizations legal structure,
areas of expertise, length of time in business, number of employees, make-up
of the professional and clinical staff, and other information that would help to
characterize the organization.
2. Experience. Description of other healthcare operations currently or previously
executed by the organization that demonstrate relevant experience and
organizational capacity.
3. Personnel. Professional resumes for the key personnel proposed to provide
organizational leadership for the organization, including any sub-consultants,
contractors, specialists and referring entities and describe relevant related
experience. Description of initial medical staff composition, i.e., medical
doctor(s), nurse practitioner(s), pediatrician(s), specialist(s), etc. who will
provide services at the facilities.
4. Project Approach. Description of how the organization proposes to become
operational within a reasonable timeframe following selection. Also, a
description of the organizations financial plan, which shall include a statement
of the organizations financial viability and the ability to provide services to the
uninsured population.
That the non-profit entity submitting a Statement of Qualifications shall have the
following minimum qualifications:
1. The entity under consideration shall have at least one (1) principal who has at
least five (5) years of experience in the field or fields of expertise required for the
project.
2. The ability to provide full-time comprehensive care on-site, that includes, but
is not limited to, diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment, intervention and
social services.
3. The ability to provide services to uninsured patients.
That the following ranking criteria shall be used to evaluate the statements of the
non-profit entities in the operation, occupancy, and use of the facilities to provide
full-time comprehensive medical care in an outpatient or ambulatory setting:
1. History of entity and capability to perform services. (15 points)
2. Relevant healthcare experience of entity in providing similar services to the
indigent and uninsured population. (15 points)
3. Professional training and experience of the individuals providing the services
at the facilities, generally and in relation to the subject matter expertise required;
(25 points)
4. Ability to provide additional services and specialty services directly or through
a referral basis. (15 points)
5. Project approach, schedule, and ability to timely implement project. (15
points)
6. Financial viability of entity to provide services to the uninsured population.
(15 points)

Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.


net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit an
electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos Jenifer Lotz
Director Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department Purchasing
Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 8, June 15, and June 22, 2016

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, June 23,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-116694- Two year contract for ready mix concrete for
Jefferson Parish Dept. of Public Works-Streets and all agencies & 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 cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos 
Director 
Purchasing Department

Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department

ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 8 and 15, 2016



Advertisement for Bids

A Professional Services Questionnaire must accompany the statements. Please


obtain the latest questionnaire form by contacting the Parish Clerks Office by
telephone at 504/364-2626 or on our website at jeffparish.net Interested entities
must submit 14 copies each of their statements and questionnaire to the Jefferson
Parish Council c/o Mrs. Eula A. Lopez, Parish Clerk, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
6700, Gretna, LA 70053, no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 30, 2016.
No statements will be accepted after the deadline. Resolution 127197

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, June 28,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:

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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

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, June 30,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116314 A TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR
THE EMERGENCY SUPPLY AND SERVICING OF SOLID WASTE
CONTAINERS FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND ALL JEFFERSON PARISH AGENCIES
AND MUNICIPALITIES - BEFORE, DURING AND IMMEDIATELY AFTER
DISASTER EVENTS.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond

PROPOSAL NO. 50-116696- Two year contract for labor, materials and
equipment necessary to provide full maintenance, services and repairs for two
elevators for Jefferson Parish Public Works- Streets.

Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net


Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.

Brenda J. Campos 
Jenifer Lotz
Director 
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 1, 8 and 15, 2016

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SEALED BIDS will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m. local time and

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publicly opened upon completion of administrative tasks, on July 7, 2016 in


the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish with:

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.

PROPOSAL NO. 50-116830- Two year contract for pest control for various
Jefferson Parish Buildings-General Services.

The drawings and specifications are on file and open for inspection in the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. A complete
set of Contract Documents may be secured from Linfield, Hunter & Junius, Inc.,
3608 18th Street, Suite 200, Metairie, LA 70002 (PHONE 504-833-5300, FAX
504-833-5350) by licensed contractors upon receipt of $100.00 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.

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 AM on June 23,


2016 at 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General Government
Building, Gretna, LA. 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend. All
bidders must attend the Mandatory pre-bid conference and will be required
to sign in and out as evidence of attendance. In accordance with LSA R.S.
38:2212(I), all prospective bidders shall be present at the beginning of the
Mandatory pre-bid conference and shall remain in attendance for the duration
of the conference. Any prospective bidder who fails to attend the conference or
remain for the duration shall be prohibited from submitting a bid for the project.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos 
Director 
Purchasing Department

Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department

ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 15 and 22, 2016



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, July 7,
2016 in the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish
with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-116779- A three year contract for Labor, materials, &
equipment necessary to supply full coverage preventive & repair maintenance for
the HVAC & associated devices at John A. Alario Sr. Event Center & Segnette
Field Baseball Stadium.
As per specifications on file gratis:
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department
200 Derbigny Street
Suite 4400 Jefferson Parish General Government Building
Gretna, Louisiana 70053
(504) 364-2678
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at: http://purchasing.jeffparish.net
Each bid must be accompanied by a cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos 
Jenifer Lotz
Director 
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 8, 15 and 22, 2016

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 June 30, 2016 in
the Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish
General Government Building, Gretna, LA, to furnish Jefferson Parish with:
PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116903 A ONE-TIME PURCHASE OF RAPID
MIXERS FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH WATER DEPARTMENT, EAST
BANK WATER 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 cashiers check, certified check, or surety
bid bond
in the amount of 5% of the total bid amount WHEN INDICATED IN
THE SPECIFICATIONS. If submitting a bid online, vendors must submit
an electronic bid bond through the respective online clearinghouse bond
management system(s) as indicated in the electronic bid Solicitation on Central
Auction House. No scanned paper copies of any bid bond will be accepted as
part of the electronic bid submission.
The Jefferson Parish Council reserves the right to accept or reject any and all
bids, in whole or part, for just cause pursuant to the law.
Brenda J. Campos 
Jenifer Lotz
Director 
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department
Purchasing Department
ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 15, and 22, 2016

ADVERTISEMENT FOR 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 WEDNESDAY, JUNE
29, 2016 in the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson
Parish General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna,
Louisiana, 70053. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Brenda J. Campos 
Director 
Purchasing Department

Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department

ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: JUNE 08, 15, AND JUNE 22, 2016
Bids may also be viewed and submitted online at http://purchasing.jeffparish.net

CORRECTED
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0348
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPs) from qualified firms to provide Food and related services for Emergency
Events, this contract may be invoked for Parish, State and Federally Declared
Disaster Events for the Jefferson Parish Department of Emergency Management.
The Proposer will be required to provide hot/boxed meals, snacks, drinks, water,
ice and other resources to essential duty Parish personnel during emergency
events and provide logistics plan in maintaining and responding to such
emergency events.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors technical proposal,
qualifications and experience, financial profile and proposal responsiveness and
other criteria more specifically defined in the RFP document. The maximum total
points for each proposal are set at 200 points.
PREProposal 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, JULY 1, 2016
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: June 1, June 8, June 15, 2016
ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: June 1, June 8, June 15, 2016

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 16-002
Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFPs) from
qualified publications to publish judicial advertisements and legal notices for a
period of one year, July 1, 2016 June 30, 2017.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors qualifications,
experience, pricing, and must meet requirements outlined in La. R.S. 43:201.
Each of the above criteria, (vendors qualifications, experience, and pricing), will
be awarded the maximum of 33 points for a total maximum of 99 points.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY:
JEFFERSON PARISH CLERK OF COURT
GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING
200 DERBIGNY STREET, SUITE 5600
GRETNA, LA 70056
UNTIL 10:00 A.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016
The envelope containing proposals is to be clearly marked RFP 16-002.
Alternatively, the proposals may be submitted electronically to kyoung@
jpclerkofcourt.us with the subject line marked as RFP 16-002. Electronically
submitted proposals will be opened on the date and time specified as the deadline
above.
The Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court reserves the right to accept or reject any and
all proposals, in whole or part, pursuant to the law.
The Advocate to run above on June 8, 2016 and June 15, 2016.

RFP #16-003
SEALED BIDS will be received until 10:00a.m. and then opened Thursday, June
30, 2016 in the Clerk of Courts Office, Purchasing Office, 200 Derbigny Street,
Suite 5600, General Government Building, Gretna, LA, at which time bids will
be opened and publicly read for furnishing the Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court
with:
DIGITAL IMAGING SERVICES FOR THE OLD RECORDS/EVIDENCE
DEPARTMTENT FOR THE JEFFERSON PARISH CLERK OF COURT

BID PROPOSAL NO. 50-00116746

Specifications may be obtained from the Jefferson Parish, Clerk of Courts office.

Sealed bids will be received until the hour of 2:00 P.M., local time on
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2016 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 4400,
Jefferson Parish General Government Building, located at 200 Derbigny
Street, Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, and publicly opened upon completion of
administrative tasks for the following:

The Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court reserves the right to accept or reject any and
all bids, in whole or part and waive informalities, pursuant to the law.

The work consists of minor demolition, installation of decorative walls and


caps for an existing post clock foundation (clock and foundation supplied and
installed by others), landscape, irrigation and landscape lighting work in the
center median of Veterans Boulevard near Lake Avenue in Metairie, Louisiana.
See plans for location maps.
All bids must be in accordance with the contract documents on file with the
Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, Suite 4400, Jefferson Parish General
Government Building, at 200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, Louisiana. All bidders
must show the Bid Proposal Number on the outside of their bid envelope and on
the bid proposal. Late bids will not be accepted.
Each Bid must be accompanied by certified check, cashiers check, or bid bond
acceptable to the owner in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total
amount bid, and payable without condition to the owner. If submitting a bid
online, vendors must submit an electronic bid bond through the respective online

/s/
JON A GEGENHEIMER
CLERK OF COURT, JEFFERSON PARISH
Specs are available at www.jpclerkofcourt.us
ADV: The Advocate on June 15, 2016 and June 22, 2016

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0345
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPs) from qualified firms to provide Security System Equipment maintenance,
repairs, replacement, installation, etc. of an existing Security Access and Video
Management System for the Jefferson Parish Department of General Services.
We invite all qualified proposers to submit proposals to provide the following:
Installation of a new card access swipe to work with existing Card Access

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Control Hardware/Software; installation of a new security video cameras and


associated equipment, repair, maintenance or replacement of all equipment of the
existing systems; provide security systems consulting and security system design
and engineering.
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors technical proposal,
qualifications and experience, financial profile and proposal responsiveness and
other criteria more specifically defined in the RFP document. The maximum total
points for each proposal are set at 100 points
MANDATORY PREProposal Conference: FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2016, at 2:00
p.m. in the Jefferson Parish Purchasing Department, 200 Derbigny Street, Suite
4400, Gretna, LA 70053
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, JULY 1, 2016
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 
Director 
Purchasing Department

Jenifer Lotz
Chief Buyer
Purchasing Department

ADV: The New Orleans Advocate: June 1, 8 and 15, 2016


ADV: The Baton Rouge Advocate: June 1, 8 and 15, 2016

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
RFP 0350
Jefferson Parish Department of Purchasing is soliciting Request for Proposals
(RFPs) from qualified firms to provide for the Purchase, Cataloging and
Processing of New Books for the Jefferson Parish Library Department.
PROVIDE A THREE (3) YEAR CONTRACT WITH TWO (2) ONE
YEAR OPTIONS TO RENEW AT ONE-YEAR INTERVALS FOR THE
ACQUISITION OF NEW SHELF READY LIBRARY BOOKS
All proposals will be evaluated on criteria such as vendors technical proposal,
qualifications and experience, financial profile and proposal responsiveness and
other criteria more specifically defined in the RFP document. The maximum total
points for each proposal are set at 100 points
PREProposal 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 JULY 8, 2016
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: June 15, 22 and 29, 2016


HEARING

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, June 22, 2016
Yenni Building
6th Floor, Room 606
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.
Jefferson, LA 70123
Property: Lot(s) 18 & 20, TOWNSITE #2
434 EISEMAN AVE in MARRERO
Owner 2: ELMAREDE MARIE CORMIER GOMEZ
421 MEYERS BLVD
MARRERO, LA 7002
Owner 3: SHIRLEY GOMEZ BREAUX
521 MEYERS BLVD
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 5: KATHERINE GOMEZ
434 EISEMAN ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 6: SHIRLEY BREAUX
521 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 7: SHIRLEY BREAUX
601 FIFTH ST.
WESTWEGO, LA 70094
Owner 9: ELMARDED GOMEZ
451 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 11: ELMARDED GOMEZ
6109 4TH ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 15: KATHERINE A. GOMEZ
5224 AUGUST LN.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 16: KATHERINE A. GOMEZ
P. O. BOX 2617
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 17: SHIRLEY BREAUX
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 19: ELMARDED GOMEZ
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 20: KATHERINE GOMEZ
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 22: Care of JOHN D CONRY, ESQ.
1100 CLEARVIEW PKWY.
METAIRIE, LA 70001
Owner 23: JOYCE HEBERT ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF
WAYNE HEBERT
C/O JOHN REDMAN
1100 WESTBANK EXP.

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GRETNA, LA 70053
Owner 24: JOYCE HEBERT
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 25: JOYCE HEBERT
109 LORI CT.
LULING, LA 70070
Owner 26: BETTY CARMADELLE
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 27: BETTY CARMADELLE
434 EISEMAN ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 28: MICHAEL CARMADELLE
421 MEYERS BLVD.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 29: MICHAEL CARMADELLE
434 EISEMAN ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 30: BETTY AND MICHAEL CARMADELLE AS THE
ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF JEFFERY P.
CARMADELLE C/O BRIAN SHEARMAN AND JOHN DENENEA
434 EISEMAN ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 31: JOYCE HEBERT ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF
WAYNE HEBERT
434 EISEMAN ST.
MARRERO, LA 70072
Owner 32: JOYCE HEBERT ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF
WAYNE HEBERT
C/O JOHN REDMAN
2901 N. CAUSEWAY BLVD., STE. 201
METAIRIE, LA 70072
Owner 33: Care of BRIAN SHEARMAN AND JOHN DENENEA
4240 CANAL ST., 2ND FL.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Owner 34: RANDALL MEYER
337 CARONDELET ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
Owner 35: LAW OFFICE OF JOHN REDMANN
C/O EDWARD MORNO
1101 WESTBANK EXP.
GRETNA, LA 70053
Owner 36: JARED M. SHEARMAN
4240 CANAL ST., 2ND FL
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70119
Property: Lot(s) 25A, Sq 156 HARLEM
2800 SUNDORN ST in JEFFERSON
Owner 1: CHRISTINE C. WREN
2800 SUNDORN ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 2: CLARENCE S WREN
2800 SUNDORN ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 3: CHRISTINE WREN
2806 SUNDORN ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 4: CLARENCE S WREN
2806 SUNDORN ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 5: CLARENCE WREN
5313 OREGON ST.
EUREKA, CA 95503
Owner 6: CLARENCE WREN
212 G ST.
EUREKA, CA 95503
Owner 7: ROSE MARY BYRD
P. O. BOX 102
PRIDE, LA 70770
Owner 8: ROSE MARY BYRD
P. O. BOX 10934
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70181
Owner 9: ROSE MARY BYRD
2802 1/2 SUNDRON ST.
JEFFERSON, LA 70121
Owner 10: RENEE BYRD GATHERS
P. O. BOX 1093
JEFFERSON, LA 70181
Owner 12: TERMINIX SERVICE COMPANY INCORPORATED
2329 EDENBORN AVE.
METAIRIE, LA 70001
Owner 13: Through its agent for service of process EDWARD MARTIN
4605 PAGE DR
METAIRIE, LA 70003
Owner 14: Through its agent for service of process VINCENT PALUMBO
16 SWAN ST.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70124
In accordance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its
services, programs or activities. If you require auxiliary
aids or devices, or other reasonable accommodations under the ADA, submit your
request to the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours
in advance or as soon as possible. A 72hour notice is needed to request Certified
ASL interpreters.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the owners, agents,
mortgagees and / or interested parties for any of the
above listed properties, or if you have any interest in the compliance with the
violation(s) at any of the above listed properties, please
contact the office at (504) 3643560, Monday through Friday between the hours
of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Michael S. Yenni Aimee Vallot
PARISH PRESIDENT Director161
DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND CODE ENFORCEMENT
To be run June 15, 2016, and June 22, 2016
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, June 27, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. in the
East Bank Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of the Joseph S. Yenni Building,
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Jefferson, Louisiana.
Variances to be decided upon are listed below by Case Number, Appellants
Name, Job Site, Variance Requested, and Zoning Classification.

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replacement of existing 4 chain link fence with same in the required front yard
creating insufficient front yard setback. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
NOTE: Cases to be heard at the Next regularly scheduled Public Hearing on
Monday, July 11, 2016 MUST BE FILED BEFORE Monday, June 20, 2016 at
10 a.m.
Grace Pope, Administrative Assistant
JACQUELYN R. MADDEN, CHAIRWOMAN
In accordance with provisions of the American with Disabilities Act
Amendments Act of 2008, as amended, Jefferson Parish shall not discriminate
against individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services,
programs or activities. If you require auxiliary aids or devices, or other
reasonable accommodation under the ADA Amendments Act, please submit your
request to the ADA Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance or as
soon as practical. A seventy-two (72) hour advanced notice is required to request
Certified ASL interpreters.

ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities 1221 Elmwood Park Blvd.,


Suite 210, Jefferson, LA 70123
(504) 736-6086,ADA@jeffparish.net
This ad is to run in The New Orleans Advocate the Official Journal of Jefferson
Parish on June 15, 2016 and June 22, 2016.
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, June 23, 2016, for the purpose of hearing
arguments for and against subdivision requests and amendments to Chapter 25,
Article VI, Comprehensive Plan; Chapter 33 Unified Development Code; and
Chapter 40, Zoning of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.
SUBDIVISION
ES-73-16-PF Subdivision of Lots 1 thru 5 and 21 thru 30, Sq. 41, Harlem Subd.,
Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 1A, bounded by 22nd St, N Causeway Blvd, 21st
St, and Ridgelake Dr. (Council District 5)
ES-75-16-PF Subdivision of Lot 1-A, Sq. 34, Lot 1-A, Sq. 35, and Lot 1-A, Sq.
38, Harlem Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA, into Lot 1-B, Sq. 34, Lot 1-B, Sq.
35, and Lot 1-B, Sq. 38, bounded by N Causeway Blvd, 17th St, Severn Ave, and
Veterans Memorial Blvd. (Council District 5)
ZONING
ELUZ-24-16 Reclassification of Lot 14-B, Labarre Plantation Subd., Jefferson
Parish, LA; at 310 Labarre Rd, bounded by River Rd, Maine St, and Jefferson
Hwy; from R-3, Multiple-Family Residential to H-2, Medical Service District,
and a Future Land Use change from , High Intensity Commercial to HSP,
Hospital. (Council District2)
E-25-16 Reclassification of Plot A and an undesignated lot (proposed Lot A-1),
Sq. 135, Harlem Subd., Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded by Causeway Blvd, Sam
Lenox St, Saia Ln, and Burns St, from R-3, Multiple-Family Residential to R-2,
Two-Family Residential. (Council District 2)
Lynne Parker
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 6/8/16, 6/15/16, and 6/22/16
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, July 7, 2016, 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
WLUZ-26-16
Reclassification of a portion of Lots 24-C
and 26-C, Square 85, Section 7, Terrytown Subdivision, Jefferson Parish, LA;
from C-1/CPZ, Neighborhood Commercial/Commercial Parkway Overlay
Zone to C-2/CPZ, General Commercial/Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone
and a Future Land Use Map change from LIC, Low Intensity Commercial to
HIC, High Intensity Commercial bounded by Terry Parkway, Laurel Street,
Glencove Lane, and Guardian Avenue; l. (Council District 1)
SITE PLAN REVIEW
MUC-14-16
Request for variances to the sign regulations
of the MUCD, Mixed Use Corridor District for Popeyes Restaurant, 2912
Highway 90; on Lot C, Square O, Avondale Homes Subdivision, Jefferson
Parish, LA; bounded by W. Tish Drive, S. Tish Drive, and Jaimie Blvd.
(Council District 2)
CPZ-21-16
Request for variances to the sign regulations of the CPZ
Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone for Ochsner Emergency Room, 4837
Lapalco Blvd, Marrero, LA, on a lot designated as a Portion of Lot W-4-B, Bell
Plantation, Jefferson Parish, LA, bounded by Barataria Blvd, Devereaux Drive
and Parlange Drive, zoned C-2/CPZ, General Commercial District/Commercial
Parkway Overlay Zone. (Council District 3)
Lynne Parker
PAB CHAIRMAN
To run in The New Orleans Advocate the weeks of 6/15/16, 6/22/16 and 6/29/16.
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.

E-5029
Bryan Bankston for LYNNE BONVILLIAN, 1008 Maine Ave., Kenner to permit
covered porch on existing slab in the required front yard creating insufficient front
yard setback. R-1A Single-Family Residential District.
ADA Coordinator/Office of Citizens with Disabilities
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Suite. 210, Jefferson, LA 70123
E-5030
(504) 736-6086 ADA@jeffparish.net
SHING WONG & BONNYE BLACKWELL, 3727-3729 Saratoga Dr., Metairie, 
to permit 3 high opaque fence in the required front yard creating insufficient front The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owner, agents, mortgagees
yard setback. R-2 Two-Family Residential District.
and/or other interested parties of the following properties that it will conduct
administrative hearings pursuant to R.S. 13:2575 and Jefferson Parish
E-5031
Ordinance No. 23373, thereby seeking to have the specific violation(s) of
PERRY HOBSON, 1249 Saia Ln, Jefferson, to permit a 6 high wrought iron
Jefferson Parish Ordinance(s) at the following locations addressed, as confence in the required front yard creating insufficient front yard setback. R-3
ditions may warrant, and further to seek fines and hearing costs. If the
Multiple-Family Residential District.
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
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if the charges for the work are not paid. Thereafter, the charges will be placed
AMANDA OLIVA, 3700 Liro Ln, Harvey, to permit shed in the required side
on the annual ad valorem tax bill and if they remain unpaid, the property
yard creating insufficient side yard setback. R-1A Single-Family Residential
will be sold in accordance with the laws that govern the sales of tax
District.
for adjudicated properties.
W-2143
Alton Guillot for CHLOE PEDROSO, 1243 Allo St., Marrero, to permit the

THE HEARING FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES WILL BE

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HELD AS FOLLOWS:
June 30, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.
General Government Building
2nd floor, Council Chambers, Council Chambers
200 Derbigny Street, Gretna, LA 70053
Property: 1005 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 20, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner 1: Mr. Thanh Chau
Registered Agent
Chau Investments, L.L.C.
#2 Hermitage Drive
Marrero, LA 70072
Property: 1009 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 18, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner 1: Ms. Linda D. Jones
107 Aurora Drive
New Orleans, LA 70131
Property: 1021 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 15, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner: Jean C. and Rong T. Ye
4941 Kawanee Avenue
Metairie, LA 70006
Property: 1025 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 14, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner: Mr. Ray J. Bergeron, Jr.
112 Ehret Place
Marrero, LA 70072
Property: 1101 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 11, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner: Mr. Kevin P. Nguyen
22 Cherry Blossom Lane
Marrero, LA 70072
Property: 1105 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 10, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner: Bobby Nguyen and Uyen T. Hoang
88 Longwood Court
Marrero, LA 70072
Property: 1109 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, LA 70072
Lot 9, Square C, Section 2, Westwood Terrace Sect #2
Owner: Mr. Kevin P. Nguyen
1109 Dimarco Drive
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.
Michael P. Lockwood, Director
Jefferson Parish Dept. of Environmental Affairs
4901 Jefferson Hwy., - Suite E
Jefferson, LA 70121

NOTICES
Public Notice
The Parish of Jefferson hereby notifies the owners, agents, mortgagees and/or
other interested parties of the following properties
that it has conducted administrative hearings pursuant to Jefferson Parish
Ordinance Number 23373. The following structure has been
deemed to be a hazard to the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of
Jefferson Parish, dilapidated, substandard and unfit for human
habitation, and in violation of Ordinance Number 23373.
Accordingly, the Parish of Jefferson will demolish the following structure on or
after June 22, 2016.
Property: 3925 WINDMERE CT District: 3
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 1: SECRETARY OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
451 SEVENTH ST. S. W.
WASHINGTON, DC 20410
Owner 2: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK
3415 VISION DR.
COLUMBUS, OH 43219
Owner 3: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK
3925 WINDMERE CT.
HARVEY, LA 70058
Owner 4: JP MORGAN CHASE, N.A.
7255 BAYMEADOWS WAY
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32256
Owner 5: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA
700 KANSAS LN
MC 8000
MONROE, LA 71203
Owner 6: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NA
1111 POLARIS PKWYMC 8000
COLUMBUS, OH 43240
Owner 7: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, N. A.
C/O DANIEL REED
8550 UNITED PLAZA BLVD., STE. 200
BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
Michael S. Yenni Aimee Vallot
PARISH PRESIDENT DIRECTOR
CODE ENFORCEMENT
DANGEROUS BUILDING ABATEMENT DIVISION
PUBLISH Wednesday, June 15, 2016, AND Wednesday, June 22, 2016.

Public Notice
The Jefferson Parish Personnel Department is seeking to fill the following
positions within the classified service of Jefferson Parish.
LIBRARY BUSINESS MANAGER ($37,885/per year) Requires possession
of a Bachelors degree in Business, Accounting, or closely related field from
an accredited college or university; PLUS, extensive professional managerial
experience, in government or private business, in the following areas: budgeting,
fiscal controls, purchasing, personnel, and related business record keeping and
maintenance, with two years of such experience having been in a supervisory
capacity. PREFERRED: Masters Degree in Business Administration or
Masters Degree in Public Administration. For more information or to apply,
visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
DRAINAGE PUMP STATION SUPERINTENDENT I MAINTENANCE
($35,434/per year) Applicants must meet one of the following: I. Current
employment with Jefferson Parish and permanent civil service status in the class
of Stationary Diesel Specialist. OR II. Extensive (approximately five or more

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years), verifiable, journeyman-level experience in the repair and maintenance of


large (350 HP and above) diesel engines. For more information or to apply, visit
our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.
ROAD MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT III ($40,336/per year)
Applicants must meet one of the following: I. Current employment and
permanent civil service status with Jefferson Parish; PLUS, at least five (5) years
of work experience above the level of Foreman II, supervising public works
construction or maintenance field projects. Experience must involve independent
responsibility for overseeing the work of contractors and/or parish staff in
the field and for initiating re-design/correction work to conform to standards
or contract provisions. OR II. At least five (5) years of full-time, paid work
experience supervising field crews engaged in construction or maintenance
of streets, roadways, or other concrete or asphalt infrastructures, to involve
independent responsibility for initiating re-design/correction work to conform
to standards or contract provisions. Substitution: Attainment of an accredited
Bachelors degree with major coursework in Construction Management
(or closely related) may substitute for three (3) years of the required work
experience. For more information or to apply, visit our website at www.
jeffparish.net/jppd.
PARK LANDSCAPE SUPERVISOR ($30,533/per year) Requires at least two
(2) years of formal education at a college or university level with course work
in horticulture, plant science or a closely related field. SUBSTITUTION: Work
experience clearly indicating responsibility for the care and/or propagation of a
variety of flowers, shrubs, and trees, including the planning and/or propagation of
plants, shrubs and flowers to be used on a seasonal basis in landscaping projects,
and the supervision of employees working on landscaping projects can substitute
for the required education on a year for year basis. For more information or to
apply, visit our website at www.jeffparish.net/jppd.

GRAND ISLE
TOWN OF GRAND ISLE
SPECIAL CALLED EMERGENCY MEETING
MONDAY, JUNE 6, 2016
9:00 A.M.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor David Camardelle who led the Pledge
of Allegiance to the American Flag. Council Member Resweber then followed
with a prayer. Roll call was as follows:

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PRESENT: Council Members Ray Santiny, Jay Lafont, Clifford Santiny, Jr.,
Stephen Resweber
ABSENT: Council Member Bladsacker
Grand Isle Shipyard Engineer Oneil Malbrough was recognized and reported to
the Council the situation that exists with the damages to the Hurricane Protection
Levee on the Western end of the Island. Meetings between himself the Mayor
and Members of the State CPRA (Coastal Protection Restoration Authority)
has resulted in acquiring funding to make repairs to the Levee. Mr. Malbrough
explained the work that will take place and stressed that the Town has to act
immediately in order to acquire the available funding, thus the necessity of
the emergency meeting. After a short discussion the following Ordinance and
Resolution were adopted:
ORDINANCE NO. 942
An ordinance approving the Declaration of Emergency by the Town of Grand
Isle, authorizing the repair of the Grand Isle and Vicinity Beach Erosion and
Hurricane Protection Project and authorizing the Mayor to sign and execute any
and all contracts and documents related to the repairs.
WHEREAS, a storm event during the period between March 8 and March 12,
2016, caused significant damage to the Grand Isle and Vicinity Beach Erosion
and Hurricane Protection Project in an area on the western end of the project
and the Town of Grand Isle was told to stand down by the CPRA who
informed the Town that they would take the lead in making the repairs but after
receiving a May 26, 2016 letter that the repair would be the responsibility of the
Town, immediate action was necessary with the threat of hurricane season and
irreparable and immediate harm threatening the residents and property located in
the Town of Grand Isle.
WHEREAS, the repairs are both necessary and critical to the survival of the
residents of the Town of Grand Isle and must begin immediately as hurricane
season is upon us and Grand Isle is in a very vulnerable situation as has been
evidenced by past history of hurricanes and tidal events.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY the Town Council of the Town of
Grand Isle, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana that:
The Declaration of Emergency is hereby acknowledged and the Mayor is
authorized and directed to sign and execute any and all contracts and documents
needed to repair the western end of the Grand Isle and Vicinity Beach Erosion
and Hurricane Protection Project.
This ordinance was considered section by section and as a whole and was offered
jointly by the Council.
Roll call voter thereon as follows:
YEAS: Ray Santiny, Jay Lafont, Clifford Santiny, Jr., Stephen Resweber

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NAYS: 0
ABSENT: Leoda Bladsacker
This ordinance was declared adopted this 6th day of June, 2016 and becomes
effective on said date.
RESOLUTION NO. 2703
An resolution approving the hiring of GIS Engineering, LLC as Project Engineer
and Construction Manager for the Town of Grand Isle, for the repair of the Grand
Isle
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and Vicinity Beach Erosion and Hurricane Protection Project and authorizing
the Mayor to sign and execute any and all contracts and documents related to the
repairs.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY the Town Council of the Town of
Grand Isle, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana that:
The Mayor is authorized and directed to sign and execute any and all contracts
and documents needed to repair the western end of the Grand Isle and Vicinity
Beach Erosion and Hurricane Protection Project with GIS.
This resolution was considered section by section and as a whole and was offered
jointly by the Council.
Roll call voter thereon as follows:
YEAS: Ray Santiny, Jay Lafont, Clifford Santiny, Jr., Stephen Resweber
NAYS: 0
ABSENT: Leoda Bladsacker
This resolution was declared adopted this 6th day of June, 2016 and becomes
effective on said date.
Motion by Council Member Clifford Santiny, Jr. seconded by Council Member
Resweber and unanimously agreed to adjourn the meeting at 9:50 a.m.
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David J. Camardelle, Mayor
Town of Grand Isle
ATTESTED:
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Ray A. Santiny, Town Clerk
Town of Grand Isle