Disgraced former City Councilman Jon Johnson plans a return to the Council Chambers Thursday, though from the other side of the dais as he begs for special after-the-fact permission from his former colleagues to build a three-plex.
One member of the public objected, saying neighbors had just learned about the project. An engineering firm representative said project leaders would revise the site plan based on their input.
The previous plan, to put the pharmacy on St. Claude Avenue in Marigny, drew fierce neighborhood opposition.
The city's administrative hearings, in which owners appear to answer charges of improper zoning or permitting, will take a look at a Mid-City tree house (at left), and a nagging piece of blighted property near the St. Roch Market.
Potential buyers don't get their hoped-for demolition permit for former corner store at Nashville Avenue and Patton Street.
A former Uptown corner store is being considered for demolition at Monday’s Neighborhood Conservation District Committee meeting.
Belladoggie spa for dogs also must seek special permission from city agency after officials says the zoning is improper and has been "stretched to the absurd."
The owner got a permit to build a garage, but the city says it's a second dwelling, which isn't allowed.
Providence Community Housing lacked a demolition permit as it reduced a vintage house to a stack of timbers, saying the structure was too far gone.
A front yard illegally paved to make a parking pad was remedied as the property owner eyed the real estate market.