Keller Street Bridge Closed

FYI RESIDENTS We have been notified by DOTD that they inspected the Keller Street Bridge last Friday. Based on their inspection, we will be closing the bridge today. They have discovered some structural issues that need to be taken care of. Jean Thibodeaux, our town engineer, has already begun his inspection process. He will give a report to the Mayor regarding the plan for repairs. We will also be looking at the traffic flow in that area. EndFragment

All Town Garage Sale

Saturday, March 25th, 2017 7:00 AM-3:00 PM It is OFFICIAL...the All town Garage Sale is still on as scheduled, rain or shine. You might want to bring an umbrella or raincoat to be safe. EndFragment

Electronic Sign Down

CAUTION RESIDENTS There was a single car accident Tuesday night around 11:45pm. A vehicle hit the Electric Message Board. There is caution tape around the area. Please DO NOT cross the taped off area. The sign is leaning and it is to be considered a hazardous area. An emergency crew from Cleco came out and has disconnected the electricity. The structure will have to be demolished. We will begin that work quickly. The replacement process will start as soon as possible.

Advertisement For Public Hearing

Advertisement For Public Hearing Planning & Zoning Meeting, March 29, 2017 Mr. Davis is seeking approval to re-subdivide a parcel of land at the end of Heard Street, which had been previously subdivided by the Farno Family in 2007. The new configuration shows parcel B divided as follows: B-1 as .800 acres and parcel B-2 as .650 acres, both with access to Heard Street. This request will be reviewed on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 by the Planning & Zoning Commission. All interested parties are welcome to attend the meeting scheduled for March 29, 2017 At 6:00 pm in the Abita Springs Conference Room.

During Severe Weather Awareness Week, Prepare for a Flood

FACT SHEET Prepare for a Flood During Severe Weather Awareness Week Severe Weather Awareness Week in Louisiana is a good time to prepare for floods. On average, a flood-related disaster occurs once a year in Louisiana. Residents continue to recover from the major floods the state experienced in 2016. Important tips for flood preparedness are listed below: Before a Flood Document items and contents in your home in photos. Place important papers and documents such as driver’s licenses, social security cards, passports, birth certificates, vehicle registration cards and insurance policies in a waterproof, portable container. Consider buying flood insurance. Know your flood risk. See msc.fema.go

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