P&Z Public Hearing- Dec. 12, 2018

META DATA DATA head html embeds starthead html embeds end ADVERTISEMENT FOR A PUBLIC HEARING December 12, 2018 The Abita Springs Planning & Zoning Commission will review the following requests at the December 12, 2018 meeting, which will be held in the Abita Springs Conference Room, at 6:00 pm. All interested parties are welcome to attend this public hearing. 1. The residents of Brookforest Road are petitioning the Planning & Zoning Commission to make a recommendation to the Town Council to amend the Brookforest Ordinance to prohibit Commercial and Non-Commercial Rentals of Guest Cottages and Short Term Rentals of any inhabited or uninhabited dwelling or structures. 2. This is notice of a

Veteran's Day

Town offices will be closed in observance of Veterans Day, Monday, November 12, 2018

Storm Debris Pickup

Attn Residents, Due to the storm last night, many residents have limbs and debris that they getting picked up. Please stack the debris curbside, with access to pick up from the street by our garbage collector. Once you have everything out and are ready for pick up , contact Linda at 892-0711 ext 3956 or Schedule your green waste pick up here! Green waste piles are not to exceed 4’L x 4’W x 6’H in size and must be bundled. Nothing larger than 12” around Nothing over 50 lbs. Must be close enough to road for pickup with mechanical arm Do not place under low hanging limbs or power lines or any type of overhead obstruction Green Waste Pickup: Notify Linda (985) 892-0711 to be put on debris list

Halloween Photos!

The Halloween Photos are Ready!! https://www.townofabitasprings.com/photogallery

Support for Clean Energy

Support for Clean Energy Checks All Boxes On Eve of Midterm Elections On the eve of the midterm elections, politicians of all stripes and parties are — finally — beginning to realize that clean energy isn’t partisan all or political. Partly, that’s because of the growth of clean energy jobs in every state in the country — red, blue or purple. More than 3.2 million Americans now work in solar, wind, energy efficiency, clean vehicles and manufacturing and other sectors, according to E2’s research. Yes, states like California and New York are leaders in clean energy. But so are Texas and North Carolina and Ohio and Oklahoma. At least four resoundingly Republican states — Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma

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