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City Council approves ordinance to save historic Mandeville cemetery

Posted by Emily Martinez - October 10, 2014 - News
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  By Kim Chatelain, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The Mandeville City Council has taken a major step toward repairing crumbling tombs at the city’s historic cemetery with the adoption of an ordinance that allows the expenditure of public funds to fix privately-owned tombs on the site. The council Thursday (Oct. 9) night unanimously agreed to establish […]

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Mandeville Councilman Rick Danielson discusses plan to repair tombs at city cemetery

Posted by Emily Martinez - October 1, 2014 - News
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By Kim Chatelain, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune The Mandeville City Council is considering an ordinance that would establish a process allowing the government to repair tombs at the city’s cemetery and attempt to get those responsible for the plots to reimburse the city for the work. The city has budgeted $47,000 in the current fiscal […]

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Grave concerns: Mandeville government moves to save historic tombs at city cemetery

Posted by Emily Martinez - September 30, 2014 - News
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By Kim Chatelain, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune We don’t know a lot about Army Capt. Joseph Taylor, except that he was born in New York, died on Oct. 16, 1877, at the age of 45 and is buried in the Mandeville Cemetery. That tidbit is derived from his faded tombstone. What is clearly evident, however, […]

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Mandeville Bypass Road funding plan approved by City Council

Posted by Emily Martinez - August 14, 2014 - News
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By Kim Chatelain, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune A plan to shift $2.5 million from a special sales tax fund toward construction of a road to improve traffic flow into Pelican Park was approved by the Mandeville City Council Thursday night. The council authorized Mayor Donald Villere to enter into a cooperative endeavor agreement with St. Tammany […]

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Flood control delays worry Mandeville residents

Posted by Emily Martinez - August 6, 2014 - News
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BY FAIMON A. ROBERTS III Sometimes, even on sunny days, if the wind is from the east, Mandeville resident Gerard Braud gets worried. Braud’s house sits near the western, or lower, end of Lakeshore Drive in Mandeville — so low, in fact, that when the lake level rises with water blown in from the Gulf, […]

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