PUD Moratorium: An ordinance will be presented at the September 11th Public Committee Meeting to place a one-year moratorium on the approval of all future Planned Unit Developments. Upon the Board’s favorable recommendation, the ordinance would be introduced on September 18th with a public hearing and consideration of adoption on October 16th.
September 9th, 12-4, following the EV Charging Station Ribbon Cutting at 10:00. Join us for the 2nd Annual event, part of the National "Drive Electric" Week. Feast your eyes on the beauty and science of All Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, including Tesla Models S, X and 3. Learn straight from their owners, ask questions and see how that driver's seat fits you! Plus, live music on Stage, Abita's own THE ABITALS! Held in conjunction with the Abita Springs Art and Farmer's Market,
Join KEEP ABITA BEAUTIFUL at the Abita Springs Trailhead Park for WHEN: SATURDAY, September 15, 2018 Sign-in … 8:30 AM / Litter Cleanup… 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM WHERE: Abita Springs Trailhead Park and Abita River area WHAT: Pick up litter as part of the Coastal Cleanup sponsored by the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation & the Ocean Conservatory WHY: Cleaning the Abita River area removes debris that would pollute the Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Adrienne Juttner, Coordinator, keepab
Yale Climate Connections radio story with Mayor Greg Lemons about solar in Abita Springs airs today, August 27. It's now accessible at our website using this link:
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR A PUBLIC HEARING September 18, 2018 On September 18, 2018 the Abita Springs Historic Commission will hold a Public Hearing to discuss the Historic Guidelines Draft. This “Special Meeting” will be held in the Abita Springs Conference Room at 6:00PM. All interested parties are welcome to attend. Residents of Abita Springs can send comments and/or suggestions to the Planning & Zoning Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input will be review
Jean Thibodeaux Abita Oaks Loop Parking: Developer/HOA adding 11 off-street parking spots and a playground area. Under construction, 70% complete
Recreational Trails: Project pending US Army Corps of Engineers “Waters of the US” permit review. Following up with USACE on status.
Abita Trailhead Park: Additional parking conceptual plan complete and the cost estimate is being developed. Andre Monnot Sewer Rehabilitation Program: CCTV inspection report received two weeks a
Many Thanks to the Farmer's Market and visitors that participated in the Plastic Bag Recycling Project. It was a huge success? Just another example of how Abitians make a difference. REMEMBER, This project will happen every Sunday at our Farmer's Market! Come shop and bring your plastic bags to recycle! EndFragment
Laborer The Town of Abita Springs is accepting applications for the position of Laborer in the Public Works Department. Candidate should have 1-2 years of experience in public works maintenance and a valid driver’s license. Position is full-time, M-F, 7:30am-3:30pm. Minimum salary is $10.00/hr. Please send interest/resumes to the attention of: HR Director, Town of Abita Springs, P O Box 461, Abita Springs, LA 70420 or email: email@example.com EndFragment
The Abita Springs Design Review Guidelines draft will be discussed at the Historic Committee meeting on August 14, 2018 at 6:00PM. This meeting is open to the public and interested parties are welcome to attend. You can download the Abita Springs Design Review Guidelines here to view. View compressed file here. EndFragment
The Alliance for Good Government of St Tammany is hosting a Candidate Forum at Abita Springs Town Hall, 22161 Level Street on Thursday, August 9th. 6:30 - Candidates for Mayor
7:30 - Candidates for Alderman