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January 10, 2011
Town of Brusly
The regular meeting of the Town of Brusly was held this date, January 10, 2011 at the Brusly Town Hall. Council Member André led the Pledge of Allegiance. A roll call determined the following officials present:
Mayor: Joey Normand
Council Members: Thomas Olinde, Joanne Bourgeois, Landess Hebert,
Shane André, Chris Kershaw
Town Attorney: Thomas Acosta Jr.
A motion to approve the minutes of the Town’s Regular Meeting of December 13, 2010, was made by Council Member Bourgeois and seconded by Council Member André. The motion passed unanimously.
Public Works Committee: None
Planning and Zoning Committee:
In Mr. Welton Lejeune’s absence, due to his work schedule, Mayor Normand gave a brief update on repairs being made at 626 W. Main St. The Mayor stated that the work should be completed by the February Council Meeting. If not done by then, Mr. Lejeune will attend that meeting to update the Council.
Mayor Normand read aloud a request for approval of the final plat of the map showing subdivision of Lots D-3, D-8 & D-9, being a portion of the original Louis J. Heck Estate into Lots D-3-A & D-8-A located in Section 13, T8S, R-12E Town of Brusly, for Joseph H. Bourgoyne, Jr. and Blanche Heck Dupuy, recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission. A motion to approve was made by Council Member André; seconded by Council Member Hebert. The motion passed unanimously.
Mayor Normand read aloud a request for approval of the map showing subdivision of the existing Cyril Mouch Estate Lot into Lots M-1 & M-2 Located in Section 17, T8S, R12E Town of Brusly, for Estate of Cyril Mouch, recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission. A motion to approve was made by Council Member Kershaw; seconded by Council Member Olinde. The motion passed unanimously.
Mayor Normand read aloud a request for approval of the final plat of map showing re-subdivision of Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 being a portion of the Hill and Rodriguez Subdivisions into Lot H-1 located in Section 56, T8S, R12E, Town of Brusly, for James Landess Hebert, recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission. A motion to approve was made by Council Member Bourgeois; seconded by Council Member Olinde. A roll call vote was had with the following results:
Yeas: André, Bourgeois, Kershaw, Olinde
The request for re-subdivision was granted.
Mayor Normand read aloud a variance request made by Ricky O. & Claudia L. Landry on Mobile Home Ordinance Section 19.32 items (6) and (7), recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission. A motion to approve was made by Council Member André; seconded by Council Member Olinde. The motion passed unanimously.
Finance Committee: None
Personnel Committee: None
Recreation Committee: None
Police Committee: None
Governmental Affair Committee: None
Consideration of Vetoed Ordinances: None
Hearing and Final Action on Ordinances: None
Introduction of Ordinances: None
Resolutions and Commendations:
Wayne Delapasse, Town of Brusly Maintenance Supervisor, introduced the Town Maintenance Crew: Don Manuel, Horace Lee, Anthony Scott, Eric Kulcke and Curtis Allen, expressing his gratitude for their exemplary attendance and work ethic.
Fire Department Report:
Fire Chief Alleman gave the Fire Chief’s report for December. There were eight (8) first aid calls inside of town and twelve (12) outside of Town. There were no fire calls inside or outside of Town. There was one (1) gas leak, one (1) false alarm, and three (3) grass fires. There were six (6) motor vehicle crashes. There were two (2) EMS and one (1) MVC mutual aid calls. The total calls for the month were thirty-four (34). The total for the year is three hundred thirty-four (334).
Police Department Report:
Report for the month of December was given by Sergeant Ned Robertson. There were nine (9) wrecks, seven (7) bench warrant arrests, one (1) damage to property, one (1) burglary, two (2) alarms, two (2) assists to other agencies, one (1) juvenile matter, four (4) traffic arrests and thirteen (13) miscellaneous calls. For the month’s total, there were 40 calls, 62 citations and 88 violations.
Mayor Normand received a letter from the Municipal Police Employee Retirement System notifying the Town of the increase of its share of Police Retirement from 25% to 28%.
Mayor Normand attended the Lukeville Elementary School Reading Program, a Meeting of the Historical Association and a Construction Code meeting.
Remarks of Personal Privilege:
Rosa Stelly expressed her appreciation of the Town’s Maintenance Department. Council Member Kershaw expressed gratitude to Wayne Delapasse for answering a call at his home on a Saturday to address a sewer problem.
Town Hall Closed – January 17th – Civil Rights Day
A motion was made by Council Member André to adjourn; seconded by Council Member Olinde. The motion passed with a unanimous vote. The meeting adjourned at 6:48 PM.
Joey Normand, Mayor Debbie Berthelot, Town Clerk