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S1 Civic Group
Wagga­man, Louisiana  70094

Yes, we are still dis­cussing Avon­dale Ship­yards mov­ing into a res­i­den­tial area.  What is Jef­fer­son Parish Pres­i­dent John Young’s posi­tion on all this?  He is the one who con­stantly says that the parish has learned it’s les­son on poor plan­ning.  Seems like busi­ness as usual.  Where is the leadership?

While we are not against jobs and devel­op­ment, we believe that the proper infra­struc­ture needs to be set in place prior to encroach­ment that would adversely affect the qual­ity of life of the cit­i­zens of Waggaman.

Let us know what you think?   The Wagga­man Devel­op­ment Group has a Face­book page.….drop us your com­ment on this or any other issue in our community.

Wagga­man Devel­op­ment Group’s Face­book Page

IESI, accord­ing to an agree­ment with the Wagga­man com­mu­nity, awarded 15 schol­ar­ships for $1,000 each to stu­dents attend­ing Hig­gins High School.  All stu­dents awarded were from the Avon­dale and Wagga­man com­mu­nity.  Thank you, IESI!

New Resources:

  • Jef­fer­son Parish has updated it’s web­site.  It’s clean and very user friendly.  Check it out: jeffparish.net
  • Per­mit Office is going online!  The first phase of this launch pro­vides the pub­lic the con­ve­nience of track­ing the progress of their per­mits, down­load­ing inspec­tion reports and plan review files via a free cus­tomer por­tal account. Addi­tional phases to be announced will pro­vide the abil­ity to request inspec­tions and apply for per­mits online.The fol­low­ing link will take you to a PDF doc­u­ment that gives instruc­tions on how to set up an account on the My Per­mit Now cus­tomer portal:
  • To link directly to the My Per­mit Now cus­tomer por­tal, fol­low this link:

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