Since 2003, I have been a resident of St. Tammany and have become extremely concerned about the growing problems in this parish. High taxes/fees; extreme permitting/licensing; ridiculous traffic congestion; poor drainage; and, high density developments are just some of the ways the current administration has made life in St. Tammany more difficult and expensive for all of us.
Christmas trees for the recycling marsh restoration program will be picked up in the city of Covington on Saturday, January 19, 2019 by our contractor Coastal Environmental Services.
“The safety of St. Tammany and every person who comes through here is — and has always been— my top concern.”
The RPC will be accepting public comments on the plans through January 2, 2019. The plans will also be presented at a public meeting held December 19, 2018, from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at 10 Veterans Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124.
As we enter the holiday shopping season, Sheriff Randy Smith wants to remind our residents to be safe while they are out searching for the perfect gifts. Here are 12 Holiday Shopping Safety
The St. Tammany Corporation, the economic development organization for St. Tammany, invites public participation in shaping our community’s economic development vision and strategy. A public town hall forum will be held on Tuesday,
Dear Citizens: The political season is upon us. For that reason, there are political advocates knocking on doors. Sone residents do not like the fact that political advocates are knocking on their doors.
There’s an election coming up on November 6, 2018. The deadline to register to vote in person or by mail in the Open Primary/Congressional Election, is Oct. 9 (deadline advanced one day because
Pat Brister, St. Tammany Parish President, announced that St. Tammany Parish Government, and the Safe Haven project, will receive $5,310,000 in grant funding through the National Disaster Resiliency funding, facilitated through the State
St. Tammany Parish Library offers Food For Fines from Tuesday, September 4 to Saturday, September 29. The Library will forgive your fines for bringing in canned food to benefit partnering local food banks.
ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA — Nick Tranchina announced today that he will seek election to the office of St. Tammany Parish Sheriff in 2019. Nick is a veteran of the United States Marine
The St. Tammany Parish Development District, a political subdivision of the state of Louisiana, requests proposals for a comprehensive strategic plan. The firm’s plan should cover objectives, key findings, strategic guidance, and responsible
Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation will hold its 28th annual Beach Sweep, a day designated to clean up around the Lake Pontchartrain Basin, on Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.,
Economic development commission shifts focus, welcomes new leadership (Mandeville, La.) — After a five-month intensive search, the St. Tammany Parish Development District (STPDD) Board of Commissioners has hired Chris Masingill as its new
On Saturday, August 18th from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Northshore Humane Society offers fee-waived adoptions for all adoptable dogs and cats at their rescue. The event will take place at 20384 Harrison
Editor’s Note: Safe and conscientious driving is an issue very close to Covington Weekly. Our personal opinion is that it should be illegal to operate a phone while driving, unless it is hands-free
Sparxx is a 2-year-old small to medium size mix pup looking for a forever home at Northshore Humane Society. Yellow, brindle marking peek through her already beautiful black coat. Because she was rescued
The HUD Office of Inspector General released a report detailing the deficiencies found in the administration of funds by the St. Tammany Parish Government in language that sounds very familiar for those that
Beginning Monday, March 26, 2018, contractors from Stranco, LLC will start panel replacement work on E. 32nd Street in Covington. The roadway will be open to local traffic only while work is underway.
In a report from WWLTV, The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality confirmed that Tammany Utilities failed to properly report sewerage spills in St. Tammany Parish. Representative Paul Hollis announced that he plans to