October 9, 2023 Town of Brusly Brusly, Louisiana The regular meeting of the Town of…
TOWN OF BRUSLY
A regular town meeting of the Town of Brusly was held this date at 6:20 p.m. at the Brusly Town Hall with the following present:
Mayor: Joey Normand
Councilors: Ronda Perrault
Chris “Fish” Kershaw
Daryl “Turf” Babin
Councilor André led the Pledge of Allegiance.
A motion was made by Councilor Babin to approve the regular meeting minutes of July 9, 2001, seconded by Councilor Bourgeois. The motion carried unanimously.
Councilor André had no Police Committee report for the month.
Chief Emmett Worley gave the Police Department report for the month of July 2001. Councilors Babin and Perrault complimented the Police on the recent drug arrests.
Councilor Babin had no Sewer/Solid Waste Committee report for the month.
Town Clerk Jules Lefeaux gave the 2000-2001 Sewer System Financial report.
Councilor Babin had no Roads and Drainage Committee report for the month. Mayor Normand gave an update on the street overlay project. Mayor Normand also reported that he was successful in contracting the parish contractor to do those services on the Town of Brusly streets at significant savings.
Mayor Normand gave the Planning and Zoning Committee report. He reported that an estimate for the widening of West St. Francis Street had be received from Tatum Engineering and also an application had been sent to Union Pacific Railroad regarding proposed widening of the crossing. He also reported that the fee for the Planning and Zoning secretary would change to $50.00 for the first 4 hours and $12.50 per hour thereafter. Mayor Normand stated that there will be a public hearing at the next Planning and Zoning Committee meeting to discuss the C-2 prohibited uses ordinance as submitted to the committee.
Town Clerk Jules Lefeaux gave the General Fund Financial report for 2000-2001.
Councilor Perrault had no Personnel Committee report for the month.
Councilor Bourgeois had no Recreation Committee report for the month.
Councilor Bourgeois gave the Centennial Committee report for the month. Town Clerk Jules Lefeaux gave an update on the Centennial Book sales, totaling over $12,000 to date.
Councilor André introduced an ordinance to change the name of West St. Francis Street to Charles P. Adams Street.
Mayor Normand gave the Mayor’s report for the month. He suggested that since the next Committee meetings are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, September 3rd, Labor Day, that the meetings be moved to Tuesday, September 4th at 6:30 p.m. All Councilors were in agreement.
A motion was made by Councilor Kershaw to adjourn, seconded by Councilor Bourgeois.
The meeting was adjourned at 8:17 p.m.
Joey Normand, Mayor Jules Lefeaux, Town Clerk