House Committee on Municipal, Parochial and Cultural Affairs
May 16, 2019
9:00 a.m.
Room 6

Adjourned
 




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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

DISCUSSION OF LEGISLATION
 HB553J.HARRISDISTRICTS/ECONOMIC DEVEL - Provides relative to the Lower Ninth Ward Economic Development District in Orleans Parish
 HR143J.HARRISWATER/DRINKING WATER - Urges the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans to study and report on the prevalence of lead user service lines in its drinking water distribution system
 SB18HENSGENSPARISHES - Authorizes the governing authority of Acadia Parish to elect a secretary-treasurer. (8/1/19)
 SB35HEWITTSPECIAL DISTRICTS - Provides for the change in name of the the Northshore Harbor Center District. (8/1/19)
 SB50FANNINMUNICIPALITIES - Provides relative to the petition for incorporation. (gov sig)
 SB81T.CARTEREMPLOYMENT - Provides relative to definition of fire employee. (8/1/19)
 SB92MILLSLOCAL AGENCIES - Provides relative to the board of commissioners of the Iberia Parish Hospital Service District No. 1. (8/1/19)
 SB96W.BISHOPLOCAL AGENCIES - Provides for membership of the board of commissioners for the Gentilly Development District in Orleans Parish. (gov sig)
 SB142HENSGENSTAX/LOCAL - Authorizes the governing authority for the city of Abbeville to submit a sales tax proposition to its electors to fund salary raises for its full-time employees. (gov sig)
 SB165COLOMBMUNICIPALITIES - Provides relative to promotional and competitive tests provided by municipal fire and police civil service boards. (2/3 - CA10s18) (gov sig)
 SB168LAFLEURMUNICIPALITIES - Provides for the appointment of the chief of police for the town of Basile. (8/1/19)
 SB237COLOMBTAX/LOCAL - Provides relative to certain tax increment financing districts. (gov sig) (RR SEE FISC NOTE RV See Note)
 SCR58W.BISHOPHOUSING - Requests that the mayor and the City Council of the city of New Orleans study the rate of evictions in New Orleans including causes.

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