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Page 8, The Daily Review, Morgan City, La., Wednesday, June 16, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE INTRODUC- TION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2021-06A A N O R D I - NANCE OF THE M AY O R A N D CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF P A T T E R S O N , L O U I S I A N A AMENDING SEC- TION 4.104.B - BUSINESS OF A P P E N D I X A ZONING OF THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES TO AL- L O W W H O L E - SALE BUSINESS- ES, WAREHOUSE S E R V I C E S , WAREHOUSES, AND LUMBER YARDS, BUT ON- LY ON TRACTS O F L A N D FRONTING U. S. H I G H WAY 9 0 ; ANY RETAIL OR W H O L E S A L E BUSINESS OR SERVICE BUSI- NESS NOT SPE- C I A L LY R E - STRICTED OR PROHIBITED. B E I T O R - DAINED that Sec- tion 4.104.B - Business of Appen- dix A Zoning of the Code of Ordinanc- es, City of Patter- son, Louisiana, is hereby amended to read as follows: 4.104.B - Busi- ness. 4.104.B - Busi- ness. Uses permitted: Any use permitted in a residential district; wholesale businesses, ware- houses and ware- house service, and lumber yards, but only on tracts of land fronting U. S. Highway 90; phil- anthropic use, in- stitution, offices, nameplates, signs, establishments for the sale of goods and products at re- tail including ser- v i c e s t a t i o n s , banks, indoor the- aters, drive-ins, and new and used car sales; mortu- ary parlors; manu- facture of soft drink beverages, candy clothing, ice cream, ice; jewel- ry; bottling plants, carpentry shops, trailer parks sub- ject to the require- ments of Sections 5.403 and 5.404 below, row hous- ing, hotels and mo- tels and lodging houses, shops for repair and servic- ing of bicycles, ra- dio and television appliances, keys, typewriters, and similar articles, dressmaking, mil- linery, tailoring, show repair and similar trades, and bakeries, laun- dries, dry clean- ing, and other sim- ilar uses, parking lots, trailers sub- ject to the require- ments of Sections 5.401, 5.403 and 5.404 below; medi- cal clinics and counseling clinics. Uses prohibited: Wholesale busi- nesses, warehouse, warehouse ser- vices, and lumber yards on tracts of land not fronting U. S. Highway 90; services such as laundry and dry cleaning employ- ing more than 4 employees; dance halls; major auto repair; major over- haul of motors and transmissions and similar uses; uses prohibited in C commercial. The commercial treat- ment, storage, dis- posal or recycling of toxic waste, medical waste, hazardous waste, radioactive waste or nonhazardous oil field wastes as such wastes are defined by regula- tions of the U.S. E n v i r o n m e n t a l Protection Agency, Louisiana Depart- ment of Environ- mental Quality and the Louisiana Office of Conserva- tion, excluding fa- cilities which are associated with sales, minor repair or maintenance of motor vehicles or m a r i n e e q u i p - ment; any busi- ness that manu- factures, processes or sells a toxic, hazardous or ra- dioactive material which because of the performance of the aforesaid oper- ations on such ma- terial, a permit from a state or fed- eral environmen- tal agency is re- quired to operate the business. Minimum yards. F o r d w e l l i n g s , same as R-6 resi- dential. For all buildings except dwellings: Front depth - 5 feet. Rear depth - 5 feet. Side depth - 5 feet. Minimum lot size: For dwell- ings, same as R-6 residential. All sections, ar- ticles, chapters or provisions of said Code in conflict herewith be and the same are here- by repealed. The foregoing Ordinance was in- troduced by Coun- cilmember Darnell and seconded by C o u n c i l m e m b e r Condolle, at the regularly sched- uled meeting of the City Council of the City of Patter- son on the 1st day of June, 2021. A public hearing by the City Council of the City of Patter- son will be held on the 6th day of July, 2021, and notice of such hearing was published in the official journal of the City of Patter- son on June 9, 16 and 23, 2021. The foregoing Ordi- nance was offered by Councilman — — — — — — — , who moved its adoption, seconded by Councilman — — — — — — — , and being read and considered section by section, the Ordinance was submitted to vote with the results as follows: YEAS: ———— ———————— NAYS: ———— ———————— A B S E N T : — — — — — — — — ————— WHEREUPON, the Ordinance was declared adopted on this ——— day of ———————, 2021. ——————— RODNEY A. GRO- GAN, MAYOR ATTEST: ——————— CITY CLERK Adv. June 9, 16 and 23, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE INTRODUC- TION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2021-06B A N O R D I - NANCE OF THE M AY O R A N D CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF P A T T E R S O N , L O U I S I A N A AMENDING SEC- TION 4.105.C - C O M M E R C I A L OF APPENDIX A ZONING OF THE CODE OF ORDI- NANCES TO RE- MOVE FROM US- ES PROHIBITED THEREUNDER; LUMBER YARD; AND ANY RE- TAIL OR WHOLE- SALE BUSINESS O R S E R V I C E BUSINESS NOT SPECIALLY RE- STRICTED OR P R O H I B I T E D FROM C - COM- MERCIAL DIS- TRICT 4.105.C Com- mercial. Uses permitted: Any use permitted in a B business district; place of amusement; auto repair shop and other motor vehic- ular service; ware- house; trucking companies, truck, bus, or train trans- portation termi- nal; contractors’ storage yard; light manufacturing us- es shipyards; ho- tels and motels, bakery, processing, canning, and pre- serving of foods: carpentry shops, creamery, print- ing, upholstery shop, mattress fac- tory, welding shop, hotels and motels providing five hun- dred (500) square feet of lot area for each guest unit. Uses prohibited: Any activities not specifically provid- ed herein. The commercial treat- ment, storage, dis- posal or recycling of toxic waste, medical waste, hazardous waste, radioactive waste or nonhazardous oil field wastes as such wastes are defined by regula- tions of the U.S. E n v i r o n m e n t a l Protection Agency, Louisiana Depart- ment of Environ- mental Quality and the Louisiana Office of Conserva- tion, excluding fa- cilities which re- sell, reuse or recy- cle scrap metal materials, oil field pipe yards, oil field equipment sales and service facili- ties, any business t h a t m a n u f a c - tures, processes or sells a toxic, haz- ardous or radioac- t i v e m a t e r i a l which because of the performance of the aforesaid oper- ations on such ma- terial, a permit from a state or fed- eral environmen- tal agency is re- quired to operate the business. The manufacture of brick and clay products, asphalt, cement, creosote, explosives, fat, fer- tilizer, fireworks, linoleum, matches, oilcloth, plaster of Paris; the manu- facture or refining of chemical prod- ucts such as am- monia, bleaching powder, chlorine, hydrochloric acid, lime, nitric acid, picric acid, plastic, pyroxylin, rubber, tar turpentine, varnish, sulfuric or sulfurous acid; salvage yard, un- less it is fenced or screened and there is no burning; the storage of petro- leum and other in- flammable liquids above the ground in excess of thirty thousand (30,000) gallons; notwith- standing the fore- going, it shall be p e r m i s s i b l e t o store diesel fuel above the ground, not in excess of sixty thousand (60,000) gallons. Minimum yards: F o r d w e l l i n g s , same as R-6 resi- dential district. For all buildings except dwellings: Front depth - 5 feet. Rear depth - 5 feet. Side depth - 5 feet. Minimum lot size: For dwell- ings, same as R-6 residential dis- trict. All sections, ar- ticles, chapters or provisions of said Code in conflict herewith be and the same are here- by repealed. The foregoing Ordinance was in- troduced by Coun- cilmember Turner and seconded by C o u n c i l m e m b e r Darnell, at the regularly sched- uled meeting of the City Council of the City of Patter- son on the 1st day of June 2021. A public hearing by the City Council of the City of Patter- son will be held on the 6th day of July 2021, and notice of such hearing was published in the official journal of the City of Patter- son on June 9, 16, and 23, 2021. The foregoing Ordi- nance was offered by Councilman — — — — — — — , who moved its adoption, seconded by Councilman — — — — — — — , and being read and considered section by section, the Ordinance was submitted to vote with the results as follows: YEAS: ———— ———————— NAYS: ———— ———————— A B S E N T : — — — — — — — — ————— WHEREUPON, the Ordinance was declared adopted on this ——— day of ———————, 2021. ——————— RODNEY A. GRO- GAN, MAYOR ATTEST: ——————— CITY CLERK Adv. June 9, 16 and 23, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No. 2A Regular Monthly Meeting Tuesday, May 11, 2021 Call to order 6:01pm Roll Call: Dr. Tr e g l e , H a r r y Hoffpauir, Leroy T r i m , L a r r y Aucoin. Charlie Solar absent. G u e s t : J a y A u c o i n , G l e n n Thibodaux, David Hanagriff, Norris C r a p p e l l , J o e l M i l l e r, G w e n C l o u t i e r, P a t Cloutier, Barry D u f r e n e , L e e Dragna, Theodore Bailey and Charlie Solar Pledge of Alle- giance by Mr. Leroy Trim Motion for Ap- proval of Minutes for April 13, 2021 Regular Meeting made by Mr. Trim. Second by Mr. Aucoin. All were in favor. Motion car- ried. P u b l i c C o m - m e n t : M a y o r Dragna addressed the board with some questions and concerns he had. He inquired about the Pump Station #9 project. Mr. Hoffpauir said that Mr. Kevin O ’ G o r m a n w a s supposed to be at the meeting to dis- cuss the progress but he was not able to make it to- day. Mayor Dragna also asked about the Hellenic prop- erty. Mr. Hoffpauir told Mayor Dragna they are working on it and will get back to him with more information. President Hana- griff then ad- dressed the board about the bids for Pump Station# 9 and about trying to get additional funding for this project. President Hanagriff then commended the board on their work with the con- solidation process and said he would recommend put- ting up the com- bined millage at the next major election. Motion to accept the Treasurer ’s Report was made by Mr. Trim, sec- o n d e d b y D r. Tregle. All were in favor. Motion car- ried. Maintenance re- ports were given by Jay Aucoin, Sid Moffett and Glenn Thibodaux. Discussion and action to adopt a surplus list for District 2 and District 6 items for future disposal was tabled by a motion made by Dr. Tregle, second- ed by Mr. Aucoin. All were in favor. Motion carried. Discussion and action to approve the Presidents rec- ommendation for Stand-by pumpers in the District 6 area. The Presi- dent had no rec- ommendation at this time. A motion to table the item was made by Dr. Tregle, seconded by Mr. Trim. All were in favor. Motion carried. A motion to ex- pand the agenda to hire a new me- chanic was made by Mr. Trim, sec- o n d e d b y M r. Aucoin. Those in favor were Mr. Trim, Mr. Aucoin and Mr. Hoffpaiur. Dr. Tregle voted no. Dr. Tregle asked the board for more time to look over the qual- ifications of the new potential hire. Motion to expand the agend failed. Discussion and action for Miller Engineer design report for District 6 area was had. Joel Miller ad- dressed the board. He said they are still assessing the area and that in a month or so he’d have a report ready to present to the board. He also recommended the board get some quotes for the can- opy and founda- tion work that will need to be done. H e s a i d t h e n Miller Engineer- ing, the board and the Parish can work on a site plan. There was then discussion on the LA 70/David Dr. ditch project. Mr. Hoffpauir said the project if out for bid. There was a bid meeting today, May 11, 2021 and bids are due by next Thursday, May 20th. A motion was made to adopt the Daily Review as the official journal of the district. Dr. Tregle made a mo- tion, seconded by Mr. Aucoin. All were in favor. Motion carried. Discussion and action to authorize the President to engage an auditor for the District 2A a u d i t f o r t h e 2020/2021 fiscal year. Mr. Trim asked if this could instead be a board d e c i s i o n . M r. Dufrene addressed the board saying it might be a good idea to get some quotes and then bring that back to a later meeting be- fore deciding on an auditor. Dr. Tregle made a motion to secure some prices on auditor and present it at the next meeting, sec- o n d e d b y M r. Aucoin. All were in favor. Motion car- ried. Discussion and any action on Resolution on the r e t e n t i o n o f Bourgeois Law, LLC, with Greg P. Aucoin now of Counsel, for the assumption of gen- eral counsel duties and relieve the District Attorney’s office of any fur- ther representa- tion ; also, to au- thorize the Presi- dent to execute a new contract for said representa- tion with said con- tract to contain such terms, condi- tions and stipula- t i o n s a s t h e P r e s i d e n t m a y best see fit, he be- ing fully autho- rized in the prem- ises. A motion was m a d e b y D r. Tregle, seconded by Mr. Trim. All were in favor. Motion carried. M o t i o n t o Adjourn was made by Dr. Tregle. Second by Mr. Hoffpauir. All were in favor. Motion carried. Meeting ended at 6:46pm. Adv. June 16, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No. 2A Special Meeting Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021 Call to order 6:00pm Roll Call: Dr. Tr e g l e , H a r r y Hoffpauir, Larry A u c o i n . L e r o y Trim & Charlie Solar Jr. absent. Guest: David Hanagriff, Jean Paul Bourg, Dean A d a m s , G r e g A u c o i n , K e v i n O’Gorman, Robert K a r a m , G w e n H i d a l g o , G l e n Hidalgo, Barry Dufrene, James Bennett, Gwen C l o u t i e r, P a t C l o u t i e r, L e e D r a g n a , a n d Charlie Solar Jr. P l e d g e o f Allegiance by Mr. Hoffpauir P u b l i c C o m - ment: Mayor Lee Dragna, Parish President David Hanagriff, Coun- c i l m a n D e a n Adams and Kevin O’Gorman all ad- dressed the board regarding the bid for the Morgan City Levee Im- provements Pump Station & Drain- age Improvements State Project No. TE-116 (Phase II) M o t i o n w a s made by Dr. Tregle t o a c c e p t a n d award the project and give authori- zation for contract- ing with the lowest responsive biddder for the Morgan City Levee Im- provements Pump Station & Drain- age Improvements State Project No. TE-116 (Phase II). Mr. Aucoin second- ed, all were in fa- vor. Motion car- ried. M o t i o n t o Adjourn was made by Dr. Tregle. Second by Mr. Aucoin. All were in favor. Motion car- ried. Meeting end- ed at 6:16pm. Adv. June 16, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE RECREATION DISTRICT #2 OF ST MARY PARISH 1110 GRACE STREET PO BOX 922 MORGAN CITY, LOUISIANA 70380 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING JUNE 10, 2021 6:00 PM SIRACUSA RECREATION BUILDING 1110 GRACE STREET MORGAN CITY, LA. 70380 OSCAR TOUPS, CHAIRMAN R E C R E A T I O N DISTRICT #2 1 1 1 0 G R A C E STREET MORGAN CITY, LA 70380 985-385-4224 In accordance with the America with disabilities’ Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Le- roy Trim (985) 385-4224 describ- ing the assistance that is necessary. —— Notice Posted: June 07, 2021 Time: 9:00 A.M. NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING A public meet- ing will be held as follows: DATE: June 10, 2021 TIME: 6:00 pm P L A C E O F MEETING: Sir- acusa Recreation B u i l d i n g , 111 0 Grace St., Morgan City, LA 70380 AGENDA: *Call to Order *Roll Call *Welcome New Board Members *Guest P i t t s a n d Matte, LLC * A p p r o v a l o f Minutes from last meeting, May 13. 2021 *Financial Re- port *Old Business None *New Business: 2021 Summer Program *Bills Submit- ted for Payment *Adjournment O s c a r To u p s . President (Name and Posi- tion of Authorized Person) St. Mary Recre- ation District #2 (Name of Taxing District) 1110 Grace St. Morgan City, LA 70380 (Address) (985) 385-4224 (Telephone Num- ber) In accordance with the Ameri- cans with Disabili- ties Act, if you need special assis- tance, please con- tact Leroy Trim at (985) 385-4224 de- scribing the assis- tance that is nec- essary. —— RECREATION DISTRICT #2 ST MARY PARISH 1110 GRACE STREET PO BOX 922 MORGAN CITY, LA. 70380 BOARD OF COM- MISSIONERS R E C R E A T I O N DISTRICT #2 1 1 1 0 G R A C E STREET MORGAN CITY, LA. 70380 MAY 13, 2021 Meeting of the Board of Commis- sioners of Recre- ation District #2 was called to order by Chairman, Os- car Toups. Mem- bers present were Oscar Toups Ger- ren Thibodeaux and Ann Poole. Others present was Leroy Trim a n d K i m b e r l i n McPherson. GUEST: None Minutes were read by Kimberlin McPherson, with a motion to accept the minutes as read by Ann Poole and second by Ger- ren Thibodeaux, with all in favor. Y E A S : A n n Poole, Gerren Thi- bodeaux and Oscar Toups NAYS: None ABSENT: San- dra Wilkerson Financial report was given by Le- roy Trim, a motion to accept the fi- nancial report as read by Gerren Thibodeaux and second by Ann Poole with all in favor. Y E A S : A n n Poole, Gerren Thi- bodeaux and Oscar Toups NAYS: None ABSENT: San- dra Wilkerson O L D B U S I - NESS: None N E W B U S I - NESS: None Bills were sub- mitted for pay- ment, after being reviewed by all board members present a motion to pay all bills by Ann Poole and sec- ond by Gerren Thi- bodeaux with all in favor. The mo- tion was approved without opposi- tion. Y E A S : A n n Poole, Gerren Thi- bodeaux and Oscar Toups NAYS: None ABSENT: San- dra Wilkerson With nothing further to discuss, a motion to ad- journ was made by G e r r e n T h i b o - deaux and second by Ann Poole with all in favor. (S) Oscar Toups Oscar Toups, Chairman Adv. June 16, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE St. Mary Parish Fire Protection District No. 3 Post Office Box 921 Amelia, Louisiana 70340 April 20, 2021 T h e r e g u l a r meeting was called to order by Larry Aucoin, at 6:01 pm Members pres- e n t : B o n n i e Duhon, Clint Ab- shire and Larry Aucoin Members ab- sent: John Cox and Tom Nguyen Guests in atten- d a n c e : J a s o n Brown P u b l i c C o m - ment: Fire Chief Brown brought to the board’s atten- tion that the A/C in the other build- ing needs a new compressor. Since this item was not on the agenda it will be put on the M a y m e e t i n g ’s agenda. A motion was m a d e b y M r. Abshire and sec- onded by Mrs. Duhon to accept the minutes from the March 16 and 26 meetings. All were in favor. A motion was made by Mrs. Duhon and sec- o n d e d b y M r. Abshire to accept the March 2021 Treasurer ’s Re- port. All were in favor. There was no new business to discuss. There was no old business to dis- cuss F i r e C h i e f Brown presented the Board with the Fire Department’s March 2021 bills and time sheets. A motion to ad- journ was made by Mrs. Duhon and seconded by Mr. Abshire, all were in favor. Meeting ended at 6:06 pm. Christina Bourg, Secretary/ Treasurer Adv. June 16, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICE N O T I C E I S HEREBY GIVEN by the St. Mary Parish Council in accordance with law that a vacancy exists on the Kem- per Williams Park Advisory Commit- tee. The St. Mary Parish Council will receive appli- cations for the fill- ing of this vacancy from this date un- til July 8, 2021 at Noon. The creation of this Advisory Com- mittee did not specify any qualifi- cations for ap- pointment. A p p l i c a t i o n s may be mailed or personally submit- ted Monday-Fri- day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and Noon and 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to Lisa C. Morgan, Clerk of the Coun- cil, Fifth Floor C o u r t h o u s e , Franklin, Louisi- ana 70538. The St. Mary Parish Council will meet in regu- lar session on July 14, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Meeting Room, Fifth Floor Court- house, Franklin, Louisiana to fill this vacancy. Adv. June 16 and 30, 2021

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