Goldonna News

There was a Town Hall meeting held on Friday September 10th at the Village of Goldonna’s Pavillion. About thirty area residents met with the Mayor and Alderman with the sole purpose of reviewing the ordinances proposed at an earlier meeting.

The meeting was opened in prayer and soon after the floor was opened to the public so they could voice their concerns regarding the proposed ordinances. There were several concerns voiced by the people. Mayor Smith asked the attendees for suggestions in order to improve upon proposed ordinances. Also in attendance was the Village of Goldonna’s lawyer, who listened to the concerns and is taking into consideration concerns and working on the ordinances to incorporate concerns. The Village of Goldonna will hold a public hearing once the proposed ordinances have been returned.

The regularly scheduled town hall meeting was held Monday, September 13th. It was agreed that the ordinances are being reviewed and amended by the attorney. Once they are ready they will be presented to the public for approval. A representative from ServLine was present to discuss options for water leak protection. They also presented a sewer package which they could opt into as well. This program is associated with the Louisiana Rural Water Association.

The Goldonna Assembly of God will host revival services October 1-3. Friday and Saturday services will begin at 6:00pm. Sunday service will begin at 10:00am. Brother Terry Terrell will be the visiting minister and it is surely to be a lively service!

Goldonna Baptist Church is stating their Kingdom Kids program for the first time since March of 2020. The church will also be running the church van to pick up kids for the service and will also be served a hot meal. Parents can also drop off their kids. There is a permission slip that needs to be signed in order to take part in the transportation endeavor. You can speak with Mrs. Eva Gates or the Pastor, Jason Womack.

The Christmas in the Park Fish Fry is coming soon! Don’t forge to purchase your tickets before they are all gone. For the low cost of $9 you can purchase a delicious home cooked plate that includes fish, slaw, hush puppies, fries, a drink and dessert. All of the proceeds will help finance the Christmas in the Park Festival for 2021.

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