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PLANNING & ZONING

 NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the Monroe Heritage Preservation Commission for the City of Monroe on Thursday, August 7, 2014, in the Council Chambers, First Floor, City Hall, Monroe, Louisiana at 6:00 p.m. to consider the following cases:
 
1. HIS 107-14:   Security Holdings
This is a request two (2) existing building facades, located at 200 and 202 DeSiard Street.  The property is currently located in the CBD-1 (Central Business) District.  The site is located in the Don Juan Filhiol Historic District.

2. HIS 108-14:  Alven Square
 This is a request to replace three (3) front windows and a door, cover all the windows, except the front windows with shutters at 916 St. John Street.  The property is located in the R-4 (High Density Multiple Family Residential) District. The site is located in the Henry Bry Historic District.

3. HIS 109-14:   Neville High School
 This is a request to construct a ticket booth in front of the entrance of the Bill Ruple Stadium and enclose the front area with metal fencing at 600 Forsythe Avenue.  The property is located in the R-1 (Single Family Residence) District.  The site is located in the Louis de Alexander Breard Historic District.

4. HIS 110-14: Helping Hands
 This is a request to construct a new building to be used as a pediatric day health center at 409 Washington Street.  The property is currently located in the CBD-1 (Central Business) District. The site is located in the Don Juan Filhiol Historic District.

5. HIS 111-14: Bricks & Timbers, LLC
 This is a request to remove an awning from the front of a building facing, located at 205 Walnut Street.  The property is currently located in the RF (Riverfront) District.  The site is located in the Don Juan Filhiol Historic District.

All interested parties are invited to attend and be heard.  The proposed Ordinances are on file and open to the public for inspection in the office of the Monroe-Ouachita Regional

      Planning Commission, Jackson Street City Hall Annex, 3901 Jackson Street, Monroe, Louisiana.
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      Alyeasha C. Clay, Planning Secretary Monroe Planning Commission

Notice to be published on July 24th, 25th, & 31st, 2014.

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 PLANNING & ZONING

 NOTICE is hereby given that a Regular Public Hearing will be held by the Monroe Planning Commission for the City of Monroe on Monday, August 4, 2014 in the Council Chambers, First Floor, City Hall, Monroe, Louisiana at 5:30 p.m. to consider the following cases:

1.  APPLICANT: XVIII North Monroe (Egret Landing Subd.) – Bayou Bend Estates, LLC
 This is a request for a final subdivision plat review of a 32 acre tract of land, more or less, from a tract of land into 52 residential lots.  The property is located north of Century Link Drive; west of the City Limit Line and eat of Bayou DeSiard.

2. APPLICANT:  Thomas R. Hardy – REV 102-14
 This is a request to revoke a 14’ x 302.3’ section of an unnamed alley from the east right-of-way of Walnut Street to the west right-of-way line of North 2nd Street. (100 Block of Louisville Avenue)

3.    APPLICANT:   Primary Health Services Center – REV 103-14
 This is a request to revoke a 75’ x 60’ section of Betin Avenue between N. Stanley and the previously revoked portion of Betin Avenue. (From the east property line of Lot 7, Block 6 and the east property line of Lot 8, Block 6 and the east property line of Lot 13, Block 5 of Breard Place, Unit #1) (2900 Block of Betin Avenue)

4. APPLICANT: Rishi of Monroe - ANX 101-14
This is a request to annex a 0.69 acre tract of land, more or less, tract of land.  The property is currently located in Ouachita Parish.  The property is located at 5600 DeSiard Street.

5. APPLICANT: Ali Muehem Saleh Haj – CUP 105-14
This is a request to sell alcoholic beverages with no consumption on the premises of a proposed convenience store with gasoline sales and minor auto repair at 410 South 2nd Street. The property is currently located in the B-1 (Neighborhood Mixed- Use) District.

6. APPLICANT:   J. D. Frost Trucking Company – MA 110-14
 This is a request to rezone a 5.69 acre tract of land, more or less, from the B-3 (General Business/Commercial) to the I-1 (Commercial/Industrial Business Park) District.  The property is located 371 DeSiard Plaza Drive.

7. APPLICANT:   Bennie J. Evans, Jr./Evans Oil Co. – MA 111-14
 This is a request to zone a 0.69 acre tract of land, more or less, from being located in Ouachita Parish to the B-2 (Neighborhood Business) District. The property is located at 5600 DeSiard Street.

8. APPLICANT: ALI MULHEM SALEH HAJ – MA 112-14
 This is a request to rezone a 0.34 acre tract of land, more or less, from the B-1 (Neighborhood Mixed-Use) District to the B-3 (General Business/Commercial) District.  The property is located at 410 South Second Street.

 All interested parties are invited to attend and be heard.  The proposed Ordinances are on file and open to the public for inspection in the office of the Monroe
 
Planning Commission, City Hall Annex, 3901 Jackson Street, Monroe, Louisiana.
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      Alyeasha C. Clay, Planning Secretary Monroe Planning Commission

Notice to be published on July 24th, 25th & 31st, 2014.

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NOTICE

     NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the following ordinance, Tuesday, August 12, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber at Monroe City Hall:

Ordinance approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement for 2014, 2015 December 2016, by and between the City of Monroe and the International Union of Operating Engineers, AFL-CIO, Local No. 216 and further providing with respect thereto.

     is on file in my office complete in the form in which it will be offered for final adoption, open to the inspection of the public and will so remain for the period required by law prior to being offered for final adoption thereof.

Carolus S. Riley, CMC, MMC
City Clerk

     NOTICE PUBLISHED IN THE MONROE FREE PRESS.

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NOTICE

     NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the following ordinance, Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber at Monroe City Hall:

Ordinance amending Section 27-7 of Article I of the Code of the City of Monroe and further providing with respect thereto. (Plumbing Code)

     is on file in my office complete in the form in which it will be offered for final adoption, open to the inspection of the public and will so remain for the period required by law prior to being offered for final adoption thereof.

Carolus S. Riley, CMC, MMC
City Clerk

     NOTICE PUBLISHED IN THE MONROE FREE PRESS.

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NOTICE

     NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the following ordinance, Tuesday, August 12, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber at Monroe City Hall:

Ordinance authorizing  James E. Mayo, Mayor, to enter into and execute a Lease by and between the City of Monroe and Jerry Pate Turf & Irrigation, Inc., and further providing with respect thereto. (Comm. Aff.)

     is on file in my office complete in the form in which it will be offered for final adoption, open to the inspection of the public and will so remain for the period required by law prior to being offered for final adoption thereof.

Carolus S. Riley, CMC, MMC
City Clerk

     NOTICE PUBLISHED IN THE MONROE FREE PRESS.

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O  R  D  I  N  A  N  C  E

STATE OF LOUISIANA
CITY OF MONROE    
NO.  11,483  
 
 The following Ordinance was offered by Mr.  Clark    who moved for its adoption and was seconded by Ms.   Blakes:

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND AMENDING THE ZONING MAP FOR THE CITY OF MONROE, LOUISIANA
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WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Monroe has held its Public Hearing with respect to the following proposed Zoning Map Amendment, to-wit:
 An amendment to the Zoning Map to extend a B-3 General Business/Commercial District to include a .34 acre (more or less) tract of land, presently zoned R-1, Single Family Residential, located in Ouachita Parish and more particularly described as follows:
 
107 and 109 Masonic Avenue

      APPLICANT: David Moses (MA 106-14)
      WHEREAS, the City Council has further considered the report of the City of Monroe Planning Commission, recommending approval with a 4-0-1 vote with the condition that the applicant submit a Drainage Impact Statement for the two lots being rezoned. The applicant wishes to rezone this property in order to use this additional parking for a full service restaurant.  The present zoning of R-1, Single-family Residential is not compatible with the proposed use. This will be an extension of a B-3, General Business/Commercial District which is the appropriate zoning for the proposed use.
      NOW, THEREFORE:

      BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Louisiana in legal session convened that the Zoning Map of the City of Monroe and the boundaries thereof which map is described in Section 37-72 (formerly Section 27-30 (2)) of the City of Monroe Code and which map shown the Zoning Districts and Boundaries thereof, be and the same are hereby amended to B-3, General Business/Commercial District as shown on the map which is attached hereto and made a part thereof and which is adopted as the new Zoning Map of the City of Monroe.
This ordinance was INTRODUCED on the 10th day of June, 2014.
NOTICE PUBLISHED on the  12th, 19th  & 26th    day of  June, 2014.
 This Ordinance having been submitted in writing, introduced and published was then submitted to a final vote as a whole, the vote thereon being as follows:
AYES:  Armstrong, Ezernack, Blakes, Wilson & Clark
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: None.
 And the Ordinance was declared ADOPTED on the  8th   day of  July, 2014.     
Dr. Raymond Armstrong 
CHAIRMAN

Carolus S. Riley  
CITY CLERK

James E. Mayo  
MAYOR’S APPROVAL

MAYOR’S VETO

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O  R  D  I  N  A  N  C  E

STATE OF LOUISIANA
CITY OF MONROE    
NO.  11,484  
 
 The following Ordinance was offered by Ms.  Blakes   who moved for its adoption and was seconded by Mr.   Wilson:

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND AMENDING THE ZONING MAP FOR THE CITY OF MONROE, LOUISIANA
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WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Monroe has held its Public Hearing with respect to the following proposed Zoning Map Amendment, to-wit:
 An amendment to the Zoning Map to extend a B-3 General Business/Commercial District to include a .44 acre (more or less) tract of land, presently zoned B-1, Neighborhood Mixed-Use District, located in Ouachita Parish and more particularly described as follows:
 
801 Bres Avenue

      APPLICANT: Frank Feeback (MA 109-14)
      WHEREAS, the City Council has further considered the report of the City of Monroe Planning Commission, recommending approval with a 4-0-1 vote. The applicant wishes to rezone this property in order to continue to use this property as a detail shop.  The present zoning of B-1, Neighborhood Mixed-Use District is not compatible with the proposed use. This will be an extension of a B-3, General Business/Commercial District which is the appropriate zoning for the proposed use.
      NOW, THEREFORE:

      BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Louisiana in legal session convened that the Zoning Map of the City of Monroe and the boundaries thereof which map is described in Section 37-72 (formerly Section 27-30 (2)) of the City of Monroe Code and which map shown the Zoning Districts and Boundaries thereof, be and the same are hereby amended to B-3, General Business/Commercial District as shown on the map which is attached hereto and made a part thereof and which is adopted as the new Zoning Map of the City of Monroe.
This ordinance was INTRODUCED on the 10th day of June, 2014.
NOTICE PUBLISHED on the  12th, 19th  & 26th    day of  June, 2014.
 This Ordinance having been submitted in writing, introduced and published was then submitted to a final vote as a whole, the vote thereon being as follows:
AYES:  Armstrong, Ezernack, Blakes, Wilson & Clark
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: None.
 And the Ordinance was declared ADOPTED on the  8th   day of  July, 2014.     
Dr. Raymond Armstrong 
CHAIRMAN

Carolus S. Riley  
CITY CLERK

James E. Mayo  
MAYOR’S APPROVAL

MAYOR’S VETO

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O  R  D  I  N  A  N  C  E

STATE OF LOUISIANA
CITY OF MONROE    
NO.  11,485  
 
 The following Ordinance was offered by Mrs.  Ezernack   who moved for its adoption and was seconded by Mr.   Clark:

AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND AMENDING THE ZONING MAP FOR THE CITY OF MONROE, LOUISIANA
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      WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Monroe has held its Public Hearing with respect to the following proposed Zoning Map Amendment, to-wit:
      A total of 93.96 acres (more or less) is being rezoned with the breakdown as follows:
      An Amendment to the Zoning Map to rezone a 42.15 acre tract of land, more or less from B-1 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District to a B-2 Neighborhood Business District, presently located in Ouachita Parish, and more particularly described as follows:

Lots 1 and 8, Block 77, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 2 and 7 and the north half of an adjacent alley, Block 77, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 5-8, Block 78, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 5-8, Block 79, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6-8, Block 80, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 7-12, Block 81, D. A. Breard Senior Addition, Lots 7-12, Block 82, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 7-12, Block 83, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6-10, Block 84, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Blocks 105-112, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; a lot in Block 1, Hudson First Addition fronting 100’ on the north side of Hudson Lane, depth 295’; a lot in Block 1, Hudson First Addition fronting 120’ on the north side of Hudson Lane, depth 295.17’ on the west side of North 2nd Street; Blocks 2-7, Hudson First Addition; a lot in Block 3, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 140’ southwest and 140.86’ southwest of the northeast corner of Block 3, southeast 150.22’ to the south line of Block 3, southwest 139.13’, northwest 151.65’, northeast 120’, northeast 19.13’ to the POINT OF BEGINNING; a lot in Block 3, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 140’ southwest of the northeast corner of Block 3, southeast 140.86’, southwest 19.13’, northwest 140’, northeast 12.41’ to the POINT OF BEGINNING; a lot in Block 3, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 215.86’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 75’ on the west side of North 2nd Street, depth 140’; a lot in Block 5, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 150’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 70’ on the west side of North 3rd Street, depth 158’; a lot in Block 5, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 75’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 75’ on the west side of North 3rd Street, depth 150’; Lot 1 of the Resubdivision of a portion of Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 150.14’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 70’ on the east side of North 3rd Street, depth 150’; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 220.14’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 70’ on the east side of North 3rd Street depth 150’; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 219’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 70’ on the west side of North 4th Street, depth 150’; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 150’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 69’ on the west side of North 4th Street, depth 150’; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition beginning 100’ south of Stubbs Avenue and fronting 50’ on the west side of North 4th Street, depth 75’; a lot in Block 7, Stubbs Place Addition fronting 75’ on the south side of Stubbs Avenue and a depth of 100’ on the west side of North 4th Street; Block 9, Stubbs Place Addition; all of Block 11, Stubbs Place Addition less and except a lot in said block fronting 80’ on the south side of Stubbs Avenue, depth 138.92’ along east side of North 5th Street; less and except a lot in said block beginning 80’ east of North 5th Street and fronting 72’ on the south side of Stubbs Avenue, depth 138.92’; Block 13, Stubbs Place Addition and Lots 1-3 and 7-12, Block 15, Stubbs Place Addition.

      An amendment to the Zoning Map to rezone a 3.0 acre tract of land (more or less) from B-1 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District and an R-4 High Density Residential District, to a B-2, Neighborhood Business District, presently located in Ouachita Parish, and more particularly described as follows:

A lot in Block 1, Hudson First Addition beginning at the southwest corner of Block 1, north along the east side of Riverside Drive 295.66’, east along the north line of said lot 436.37’, south along the east line of said lot 294.9’, west along the north line of Hudson Lane 450’ to the POINT OF BEGINNING.             

 An amendment to the Zoning Map to rezone a 13.24 acre tract of land, more or less, from B-1 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District to a B-3, General Business/Commercial, presently located in Ouachita Parish, and more particularly described as follows:

Lots 2 and 3, Block 68, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6 and 7, Block 69, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6 and 7, Block 70, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6 and 7, Block 71, D. A. Breard Addition; Lots 6 and 7, Block 72, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 6 and 7, Block 73, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 7-12, Block 74, D. A. Breard Senior Addition, Lots 6-10, Block 75, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 4and 5, Block 77, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 3 and 6, and the south half of an adjacent alley, Block 77, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-4, Block 78, D. A. Breard Senior Addition, Lots 1-4, Block 79, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 80, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-6, Block 81, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-6, Block 82, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-6, Block 83, D. A. Breard Senior Addition and Lots 1-5 and Block 84, D. A. Breard Senior Addition.

      An amendment to the Zoning Map to rezone a 29.15 acre tract of land from   B-1 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District to B-2, Neighborhood Business District, presently located in Ouachita Parish, District and more particularly described as follows:

Lot 1, Block 68, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 69, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 70, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 71, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 72, D. A. Breard Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 73, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-6, Block 74, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Lots 1-5, Block 75, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Blocks 65 and 66, D. A. Breard Senior Addition; Block 38, Lots 6-10, Block 48, J. M. Breard Addition; Lots 5-8, Block 46, A.G. Breard Addition and Blocks 50-55, J. M. Breard Addition.

      An amendment to the Zoning Map to rezone a 6.42 acre tract of land, more or less from B-1 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District to CBD, Central Business District, presently located in Ouachita Parish, and more particularly described as follows:

Blocks 42 and 44, A. G. Breard Addition; Lots 1-4, Block 46, A. G. Breard Addition and Lots 1-5 J. M. Breard Addition         

   APPLICANT: City of Monroe (MA 108-14)
      WHEREAS, the City Council has further considered the report of the Monroe Planning Commission which voted to recommend approval with a 4-0-1 vote at the Planning Commission meeting held June 2, 2014. The ninety-three point ninety-six (93.96) acres, more or less, is presently zoned B-1, Neighborhood Mixed-Use District and R-4, Multi-Family Residential and B-3; and
      WHEREAS, the City of Monroe recently adopted a new Comprehensive Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance and Zoning Map. There is an area that is bounded roughly by Riverside Drive/Walnut Street, Stubbs Avenue, North Eight Street and Olive Street where the proper zoning classifications were not designated on the zoning map. This ordinance is to correct this oversight.
      NOW, THEREFORE:

      BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Louisiana in legal session convened that the Zoning Map of the City of Monroe and the boundaries thereof which map is described in Section 37-72 of the City of Monroe Zoning Ordinance and which map shown the Zoning Districts and Boundaries thereof, be and the same are hereby amended to a B-2, Neighborhood Business District, B-3, General Business/Commercial District and a CBD, Central Business District as shown on the map which is attached hereto and made a part thereof and which is adopted as the new Zoning Map of the City of Monroe.
 This ordinance was INTRODUCED on the 10th day of June, 2014.
NOTICE PUBLISHED on the  12th, 19th  & 26th    day of  June, 2014.
 This Ordinance having been submitted in writing, introduced and published was then submitted to a final vote as a whole, the vote thereon being as follows:
AYES:  Armstrong, Ezernack, Blakes, Wilson & Clark
NAYS: None.
ABSENT: None.
 And the Ordinance was declared ADOPTED on the  8th   day of  July, 2014.     
Dr. Raymond Armstrong 
CHAIRMAN

Carolus S. Riley  
CITY CLERK

James E. Mayo  
MAYOR’S APPROVAL

MAYOR’S VETO

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EMERGENCY ORDINANCE

STATE OF LOUISIANA

CITY OF MONROE                                                   NO.  11,486  

 The following Ordinance was introduced by Mr.  Clark   who moved for its adoption and was seconded by Mrs.  Ezernack:

AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE COLLAPSE OF THE STREET AND  SEWER MAIN AT APPROXIMATELY 825 CAMP STREET AN EMERGENCY IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE REPAIRS   AND FURTHER PROVIDING WITH RESPECT THERETO.

 WHEREAS, there occurred at the approximate area of 825 Camp Street a street cave in which impacted the sewer main beneath the street; and

 WHEREAS,  the area involved sewer main line of 100 to 200 feet which City of Monroe crews tried to repair; and

 WHEREAS, the City crews were unable to undertake the repair, the street and sewer main caved in to a greater degree and it was necessary to obtain the services of Jabar Corporation to complete the project in order to avoid numerous dangers which would consist of dangers to the public from the cave in, lack of sewage disposal and violations with the LDEQ.

 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINDED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Louisiana, in legal session convened, that the condition of the road collapse and the sewer main beneath the collapsed portion of the road be declared an emergency.

 BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that such emergency repairs as are necessary to repair the road and sewer main at the approximate location of 825 Camp Street are hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor of the City of Monroe is authorized to enter into such contracts as may be necessary to complete the project.
 
 This Ordinance having been submitted in writing and was then submitted to a vote as a whole, the vote thereon being as follows:

 AYES: Armstrong, Ezernack, Blakes, Wilson & Clark

 NAYS: None.

 ABSENT: None.

 And the Ordinance was declared ADOPTED on the  8th  day of  July,
2014.

Dr. Raymond Armstrong 
CHAIRMAN

Carolus S. Riley  
CITY CLERK

James E. Mayo  
MAYOR’S APPROVAL

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MAYOR’S VETO

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EMERGENCY ORDINANCE

STATE OF LOUISIANA

CITY OF MONROE                                                   NO. 11,487  

 The following Ordinance was introduced by Mrs. Ezernack  who moved for its adoption and was seconded by Ms.  Blakes:

AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE CONDITION OF THE PRIMARY CLARIFIER # 3 AT THE WPCC TO BE AN EMERGENCY NECESSITATING IMMEDIATE REPAIRS AND FURTHER PROVIDING WITH RESPECT THERETO.

 WHEREAS, there exist extreme deterioration of bolts at the base of the Primary Clarifier #3 at the WPCC which caused the skimmer arm to break and lodge in the clarifier; and

 WHEREAS, the extent of the damage to this component part of the clarifier meant the clarifier had to be totally rebuilt; and

 WHEREAS, it is impossible to be in compliance with the LPDES permit required by the EPA and the LDEQ without this essential foundation.

 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINDED by the City Council of the City of Monroe, Louisiana, in legal session convened, that the situation with the Primary Clarifier # 3 poses a danger to life and property loss and is hereby declared an emergency.

 BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that such emergency repairs were necessary to repair the Primary Clarifier # 3 and such repairs are hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor of the City of Monroe is authorized to enter into such contracts as may be necessary to complete the project.
 
 This Ordinance having been submitted in writing and was then submitted to a vote as a whole, the vote thereon being as follows:

 AYES: Armstrong, Ezernack, Blakes, Wilson & Clark

 NAYS: None.

 ABSENT: None.

 And the Ordinance was declared ADOPTED on the  8th  day of  July,
2014.

Dr. Raymond Armstrong 
CHAIRMAN

Carolus S. Riley  
CITY CLERK

James E. Mayo  
MAYOR’S APPROVAL

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MAYOR’S VETO

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