The Natchitoches City Council held a brief meeting Tuesday evening, May 26, which they kicked off with a special recognition of Juanita Fowler who is retiring as the City’s Planning and Zoning Director after 20 years of dedicated service.
Agenda items included:
PLANNING & ZONING – FINAL:
Ordinance No. 64 Of 2001 to change Zoning Classification Of Property located at 206 University Parkway (Joseph Brant & Felix Clint III Perot) from R-2 Residential One-Family to B-1 Commercial Transition Business District to operate an office.
Ordinance No. 64 Of 2001 to change Zoning Classification Of Property from B-3 Commercial Community & Central Business to I-1 Light Industry to facilitate industrial economic development projects on tracts of land at the I-49/Hwy. 478 interchange in Natchitoches Economic Development District B. Property is Described As Follows:
39.61 Ac. Being ½ Int. In 79.22 Ac. Described as W ½ of SE ¼ Sec. 20-87(Owners: Hawley Group LLC and Tabletop Land & Development) and 73.004 Ac E ½ Of SE Sec. 20-8-7, Less 6.216 Ac To Hwy. (tracts of land located Southwest of the I-49/LA Hwy. 478 Interchange and adjacent to Bayou Blue Rd (Owner: Hawley Group LLC)
ORDINANCES – FINAL:
Ordinance Amending The 2019-2020 Budget To Reflect Additional Revenues And Expenditures.
ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION:
Ordinance Authorizing The Mayor Of The City Of Natchitoches, Lee Posey, To Execute An Agreement Or Lease Of Public Property And Airspace With Ronald Mooty And Marilyn D. Mooty Whereby The City Of Natchitoches And The Board Of Commissioners Of Waterworks District Number 1 Will Lease Public Ground And Airspace Pursuant To The Terms Of R. S. 33:4712 And R. S. 33:4712.1 To Ronald Mooty And Marilyn D. Mooty. The Almost Home Restaurant wishes to build a deck over Sibley Lake to provide outdoor seating.
Ordinance Amending The 2019-2020 Budget To Reflect Additional Revenues And Expenditures to reflect Covid-19 expenditures.
Resolution Authorizing Mayor Lee Posey To Execute An Agreement With The Louisiana Office Of Community Development For The 2019-2020 Community Water Enrichment Fund Grant Application For Improvements To The Natchitoches Water System
The next scheduled City Council meeting will be June 8, 2020
4 thoughts on “City Council holds brief meeting, recognizes retiring employee”
Mrs. Fowler was a true asset to the City as well as the entire community. She will definitely be missed by those of us that have had the pleasure to work with her through the years.
Thank you Juanita!
Tough shoes to fill for sure.
I wish Ms Fowler the best she has been very helpful to me.
Sorry to see Ms. Fowler go. A true professional. Enjoy.
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