ST. FRANCISVILLE — The St. Francisville Board of Aldermen introduced a proposed ordinance Tuesday that would make a minor adjustment to the town’s comprehensive zoning map.
The 21.10-acre tract includes the old St. Francisville High School property off Pecan Grove. The St. Francisville Planning Commission recommended amending the map. It would also be corrected to reflect its institutional zoning designation.
“It’s just a correction on the existing map,” said Mayor Billy D’Aquilla. The board will hold a public hearing on the adjustment at its April 14 meeting, then will vote on the proposed ordinance afterwards.
The West Feliciana Parish School Board has announced plans to remediate the property and demolish the existing structure, then sell the property for development.
The board also received an update from D’Aquilla on a new eight-inch waterline that will run from Audubon Hills to the Best Western Hotel along U.S. 61. He said there will be enough money left from two $35,000 grants to include placing an eight-inch pipeline in the Villa Rose subdivision.
D’Aqulla also announced that the Capital Region Planning Commission will hold its quarterly meeting at Hemingbough on March 16. D’Aquilla is a member of the CRPC’s board of directors.