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    Pat Brister - President of St. Tammany Parish

    Pat Brister

    Thank You St. Tammany

     

    All of us with St. Tammany Parish government would like to thank everyone for closely watching the developments over the past few days and heeding the safety warnings issued by officials. While we are accustomed to severe weather interrupting our lives, winter storms are an anomaly we scarcely face. Your patience and vigilance were greatly appreciated.

    We would also like to thank all of the men and women in our Public Works crews who put the welfare of the general public first. They did their part to ensure that the roadways were safe for travel, and if they were not, they were quick to ensure that roadways were properly shut down. We thank them for their diligence during extreme weather conditions. And thank you to Tammany Utilities. They were quick to respond to calls; thankfully there were only 50 calls for broken or impaired pipes directly linked to the winter storm.

    We look forward to resuming business as usual in our schools, businesses and daily routines.

    -Pat

     

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Mar 26 - District 11 April Meeting
District 11 April Meeting The April meeting for Parish Council District 11 constituents will be held at 7 PM on Wednesday, April 2nd in the library of Bayou Woods Elementary School located off Carroll Road near Slidell. The following items will be discussed: 1. An ordinance to enter into an agreement with...Read More
Mar 21 - Hard Work Pays Off on Flood Insurance Reform
After months of organizing, lobbying, negotiating, and at times cajoling, for a commonsense answer to the mistakes of the Biggert-Waters Act, those clamoring for fairness and affordability prevailed today with the stroke of a pen. The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act was signed today to stop the National Flood...Read More
Mar 20 - From LADOTD - US 190 (LA 22 to Lonesome Road)
ROAD AND LANE CLOSURE SPN H.000498:  US 190 (LA 22 to Lonesome Road) March 20, 2014 UPDATE There will be a lane closure/reconfiguration of Meadowbrook Blvd. at the intersection of US 190 beginning Thursday, February 27, 2014, through Friday, March 28, 2014 (weather permitting) while crews install drainage structures and base course material...Read More
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Public Notices

The St. Tammany Farmer is the only official journal of St. Tammany Parish Government. St. Tammany Parish Government is not liable for any omissions, deletions, errors or other discrepancies in the posting of these internet notices.
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(03-21-2014)

The St. Tammany Parish Planning Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday,
April 8, 2014 in the St. Tammany Parish Koop Drive/Highway 59 Administrative Complex, 21490 Koop Drive, Parish Council Chambers, Mandeville, LA at 6:00 PM to hear comments for and against a proposed tentative subdivision:

Case No. SD14-04-003 (Money Hill Plantation, Phase 7), in Ward 6, District 6;
more specifically located at the intersection of Camphill Drive and Fox Trot, west of Money Hill Parkway, near Talisheek, Louisiana.  
 

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(03-19-2014)

Attention Customers:  Tammany Utilities, in an effort to prevent stormwater intrusion into our sewer collection system, will perform smoke testing on March 25th, 26th, and 27th in the portions of Cross Gates Subdivision west of Military Road.  The smoke testing will help us identify where stormwater is entering our collection system.  This may include open sewer clean outs and cracked or damaged pipes.

The testing will begin in the neighborhoods along Cross Gates Boulevard and its ancillary streets between Gause Boulevard and N. Military Road.  After completing this area, the neighborhoods along Cross Gates Boulevard and its ancillary streets between Gause Boulevard and S. Military Road will be tested.

While the testing is being performed, residents can expect to see white smoke coming from sewer manholes, sewer cleanouts and possibly the vents in their roof as they are connected to our collection system.  Please call (985) 643-1376 if you have any questions or concerns.

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(03-07-2014)

CDBG Substantial Amendment to the St. Tammany Parish

2013-2017 Consolidated Plan & 2013 Annual Action Plan

 

According to St. Tammany Parish’s Citizen Participation Plan, changes made in allocating St. Tammany Parish’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds constitute a substantial amendment to the Consolidated Plan. The proposed changes include re-distribution of $45,015.75 of CDBG funds from the Individual Development Account Program to the World Changers Minor Home Repair Program.

 

The Substantial Amendment will be available for viewing on the Parish website at: http://www.stpgov.org/departments_social_development.php and at St. Tammany Parish Government Offices. Citizens who are unable to access the amendment should call 985-898-3074 to obtain an accessible copy of the amendment.

St. Tammany Parish is soliciting input from citizens on the proposed Substantial Amendment. Citizens are invited to submit comments in writing:

Via mail:

St. Tammany Parish Government Department of Health & Human Services P.O. Box 628

Covington, LA 70434

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(01-22-2014)

The LOW INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LIHEAP) funds are dedicated to assist eligible low income households with their energy payments through the Department of Health and Human Services, Community Action Agency.  All applications are taken on a first come, first served basis.  Appointments will be scheduled beginning January 27, 2014. 

An eligible household is one whose total income is at or below the levels listed in the table below and who have not received a previous benefit within the past six months.  

Benefits are based on several conditions including, total household income, the number of individuals living in the home, cost of one month energy usage, and whether or not the applicant receives a utility allowance. Applicants must provide, at a minimum,  the following documentation at the time the application is taken: (1) Social security card(s) for all household members (2) Proof of income of all household members  (3) a copy of an energy bill (must be within the last 12 months) (4)  a Driver’s license or State I.D. of applicant and all household members 18 years of age and older  (5)  Another document which was mailed to the applicant at the service address indicated on the energy bill and which lists the same address as the service address on the energy bill.  If it is determined additional documentation is required the applicant will be notified at the...
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(01-14-2014)

St. Tammany Parish Government is hiring! Visit our job portal to view and apply for open positions.

St. Tammany Parish Government requires that all job applicants complete an application as part of the hiring process. You may provide your resume in addition to the application. Applications that are faxed will not be accepted. Applications may be filled out and submitted online to jobs@stpgov.org or can be picked up from the following locations:

Justice Center
701 N. Columbia St.
Covington, LA 70433 St. Tammany Parish Administrative Complex
21454 Koop Drive, Suite 1D
Mandeville, LA 70471 Slidell Towers Bldg.
520 Old Spanish Trail
Slidell, LA 70458

 

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