During a public hearing in two weeks, the public will allowed to comment on the proposals followed by a vote from parish council members.
The proposals include the following locations:
• A Dead End sign and a No-Turn-Around sign on Pine Grove Church Road in District 4.
• A Dead End sign on Rolling Pines Drive in District 2.
• A three-way stop sign on Milton and Wardline Roads, Crapazano and Wardline Roads, and Patrina and Kintally Drives in District 6.
• Three-way stop sign on North Coburn and Vinyard Roads in District 8.
• 15-mph speed limit sign on Patrina Drive in District 6.
• 25-mph speed limit sign on Premo Drive in District 2.
• Slow Children at Play on Dame Alley in District 6.
The following received council approval:
• A school bus turnaround at 57320 Paul Williams Road in District 2 and 22434 Highway 1056 in District 1.
In other business, parish council members approved enterprise zone designations for three new businesses in the Hammond area.
The approval will allow the new companies sales tax breaks on building materials in exchange for creating new jobs.
Premium Hospitality, LLC (Holiday Inn) won designation for its new hotel at 1819 SW Railroad Avenue. The cost of the project is estimated at $6.5 million and will create 14 new, permanent jobs.
Metro Mechanical Incorporated is a new manufacturing and distribution facility located at 84 Way Drive in Hammond. The project cost is estimated at $410,000 with the creation of 15 permanent jobs.
The facility will house office, warehouse, and manufacturing space.
Dwayne Rovira proposes the I-12 Flea Market, LLC. which will be located at 18080 I-12 Service Road South in Hammond.
Rovira's plan calls for 120 closed booths and 300 open booths on four acres with future plans to develop six more buildings on 15 acres.
The first phase, a 60-by-600-foot metal building to house rental units for the flea market. The initial investment is approximately $650,000 and will create six permanent jobs.