Agenda for September 23 City Council Meeting – Tonight

Natchitoches City Council will have a pre-council meeting on Monday, August 26 beginning at 5:00 p.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m. to discuss non-agenda items. The City Council meeting will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to both the pre-council meetings and council meetings with the understanding that items not on the agenda will not be discussed at the scheduled council meetings, but the public is welcome to discuss any topic at the pre-council meetings. The City Council Meetings are held at the Natchitoches Arts Center located at 716 Second Street, Natchitoches, Louisiana. Please be advised due to renovations at the Natchitoches Arts Center, 716 Second Street the City Council meetings will be held at the City of Natchitoches Municipal Building, 560 Second Street, Natchitoches, Louisiana beginning June 2019 until further notice.

PROCLAMATIONS:

#068 Nielsen Proclamation Declaring Shawn Carney Day On Behalf Of The Women’s Resource Center (Accepted by: Sunny Arceneaux and Stephanie Campbell)

#070 Morrow Proclamation Declaring September 2019 As Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month In The City Of Natchitoches (Accepted by: Leah Lentz)

#075 Harrington Proclamation Declaring October 6 Through October 12, 2019 As Fire Prevention Week In The City Of Natchitoches.

PLANNING & ZONING – FINAL:

#035 Batiste Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 64 Of 2001 By Changing

Zoning Classification Of Property Described As Follows:

Lot On Northeast Corner Texas Street And Old L & NW Right-Of-Way, North By Michael, East By Mamie Michael from B-2 to B-2 Commercial, Special Exception to operate a package liquor store. (516 Texas St.)


ORDINANCES – FINAL:

#033 Morrow Ordinance Authorizing The City To Convey Lot 4 Of Block AE Of Roy Addition To The City Of Natchitoches To Joe Raggio And Janie Raggio, Setting The Terms And Conditions Of Same, And Authorizing The Execution Of The Deed Or Deeds By The Mayor After Due Compliance With The Law.

ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION:

#038 Morrow Ordinance Authorizing The Mayor Of The City Of Natchitoches To Award The Bid For The Purchase Of A 3,000 Gallon Rear Module Jet Refueler (Bid No. 0620)

#039 Mims Ordinance Approving A Conveyance Of A Tract Of Land Situated On The Northern Right Of Way Of Salter Street, To James Ross Davis, For The Sum And Price Of $31,000.00, And Authorizing The Mayor, Lee Posey, To Execute A Deed And Any Other Documents Necessary To Complete The Transfer On Behalf Of The City Of Natchitoches, And To Provide For Advertising.

#040 Nielsen Ordinance Authorizing The Mayor Of The City Of Natchitoches, Louisiana, To Enter Into A Cooperative Endeavor Agreement With Northwestern State University, Providing For The Sharing Of A One Percent Sales Tax In The Natchitoches Economic Development District C, Further Providing For Severability, And Further Providing For A Repealer And Effective Date Of Ordinance.

RESOLUTIONS:

#071 Harrington Resolution Authorizing The Mayor To Approve The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) For Financial Assistance From The State Of Louisiana DOTD, Division of Aviation For The Natchitoches Regional Airport.

#072 Mims Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement With The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LA DOTD) for improvements at the Natchitoches Regional Airport. (Installation of a Steel-Reinforced Concrete Localizer Building)

#073 Nielsen Resolution Appointing Dallas Russell As A Member Of The Mayor’s Health And Fitness Council For The City Of Natchitoches.

#074 Batiste Resolution Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into A Contract With Risk Services Of Louisiana, Inc. For Property Insurance For The City Of Natchitoches

REPORTS: Debbie Miley – Financial Report


ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The next scheduled City Council meeting will be October 14, 2019.


2 thoughts on “Agenda for September 23 City Council Meeting – Tonight

  1. Ok tonight is the night. The sales tax will be passed as will the resolution to give northwestern half the money. Sure seems it would not be legal to pass a tax and give half the money to a state supported institution. I think it is a bad decision on the part of the city leaders.

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