Livingston council announces public hearing for term limits, gravel pits
LIVINGSTON - The Livingston Parish Council made headway on a pair of items at a meeting Thursday night that have been in the works for months.
The council briefly discussed and set a date for a public hearing about administering term limits for themselves. Voters replaced the entire council last fall, and the new group hopes to allow voters to decide on term limits this November.
The council also announced a public hearing to change an ordinance about how close companies can build gravel pits to home. It's been a contentious issue in the Oak Hills subdivision in Watson for two years.
The public hearing for both items is Thursday, May 12th at 6 p.m.
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