St. John The Baptist Parish News Release

PUBLIC NOTICE: St. John Parish Isaac CDBG Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Floodplains and Wetlands Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE: St. John Parish Isaac CDBG Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Floodplains and Wetlands Notice

            October 28, 2015                                           

 

            St. John the Baptist Parish                             

 

            1801 W. Airline Highway                              

 

            LaPlace, Louisiana  70068                             

 

              (985) 652-9569                                              

 

This shall serve as notice that St. John the Baptist Parish intends to carry out the Isaac CDBG Homeowner Rehabilitation Program. It has been determined that a portion of the project target area lies within the 100-year floodplain. The Program is intended to provide CDBG-DR financial assistance in the form of a grant to eligible homeowners to rehabilitate, reconstruct, and elevate single family homes located within St. John the Baptist Parish that sustained damage as a result of Hurricane Isaac. The elevation component of the program will only be provided in conjunction with rehabilitation/reconstruction and will not be a standalone activity under this program.

The St. John the Baptist Parish Isaac CDBG Homeowner Rehabilitation Program will be funded through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery (DR) Program and the State of Louisiana Office of Community Development-Disaster Recovery Unit.

A project file is available at the St. John the Baptist Parish Office of the President located at 1801 W. Airline Highway, LaPlace, Louisiana. The file may be examined during regular business hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Comments may be submitted to the Royal Engineers & Consultants, LLC, office located at 552 Belle Terre Boulevard, LaPlace, Louisiana 70068, through November 4, 2015.

 

Natalie Robottom, Parish President


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