The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 1er April 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. COLLECTIVITY OF SAINT-MARTIN
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, on Wednesday 2 April 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF TUESDAY 1er APRIL 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 1er April 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. The seven elected members of the executive have adopted several deliberations from the Solidarity and Families, Economic Development, Human Development, and General Services Divisions. Ms. Maud Gibbs-Ascent, from the TDG opposition group, joined the Executive Board in place of Mr. Christophe Hénocq.
General Directorate of Services
1) - Land Acquisition, rue de Hollande, Mont Vernon and Marigot
The Executive Council authorized the acquisition of several parcels; Two of these plots (BO 304 and BO 578) are located rue de Hollande in Marigot. Of an area of 385m2, their acquisition is intended for the widening of the street of Holland. The Domains evaluated the price of these parcels (UA zone of the POS), the cost of this acquisition and the costs of acts will be charged to the 2014 budget of the Collectivity.
The Executive Council also expressed its support for the acquisition of BD 716 (UGa area of POS) with an area of 12 151m2, located in Mont Vernon. The Domains have evaluated the price of this parcel, its purchase will be charged to the budget of the Collectivity.
The Council decided on the last two plots (BL 226 and BL 227) located in Marigot, with an area of 1577m2 (in the UA zone of the POS). The Domains have evaluated the price of these plots and their cost will be charged to the Community budget. The acquisition of these 5 plots was voted unanimously by the advisors.
Pole Solidarity and Families
2) - Support for miscellaneous expenses - Social assistance
The Executive Council decided to pay the bills of Pompes Funèbres to pay for the funeral of a deceased person in a struggling family in the Quartier d'Orléans. An expenditure that is charged to the Community budget.
3) - Support for high school students in Sciences Po - Session 2014
Under the partnership agreement between the Collectivité and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris, high school students were able to take part in the selection tests for this prestigious institution. Six high school students from St Martin must go to Paris to pass the admission interview on 18 April 2014. The Executive Council voted to seek the assistance of ADOM (which, according to the family quotient, will bear the costs of transport) and to pay the supplement that constitutes the financial contribution of the pupils and to take charge The accommodation of candidates and the travel and accommodation expenses of their accompanying person.
4) - Award of scholarships for the academic year 2013-2014 - 3e
The Collectivité awards scholarships on social criteria each year to students pursuing higher education outside the territory. In this respect, the Executive Board allocated the sum of 16 950 euros, distributed among nine students, each of whom received a scholarship oscillating between 1300 and 3000 euros.
5) - Signing of an agreement with the RSMA
The Community of St. Martin makes young people a priority target of public policies that it implements in the fight against social and professional exclusion. Agreements are signed with various partners to find ways of training and vocational guidance for these unemployed young people; The RSMA (Military Service Regiment Adapted) is a privileged partner because it offers multiple training opportunities. It was originally planned to set up an RSMA barracks in St Martin, but after reflection, the idea of a partnership agreement with the RSMA in Guadeloupe proved to be more efficient and quicker to operate.
The Executive Council authorized the Human Development Center to sign a partnership agreement with the RSMA of Guadeloupe on behalf of the Saint Martin Community. This convention, called "Objectif 100", will make it possible to reserve 100 places per year for young Saint-Martin.
6) - Support for Athlete Travel
As part of the UNSS championship, the students of St Martin participate in the meetings against the other colleges of Guadeloupe. The teams of the colleges of Quartier d'Orléans and Soualiga have qualified for the academic finals in Basket Ball and Volley Ball and have to go to Guadeloupe to represent St Martin. As such, the Executive Council unanimously decided to finance 10 round-trip airfare to Guadeloupe.
The Executive Board also voted unanimously to take over a plane ticket for Trinidad from 25 to 27 April 2014 in favor of a promising young man from Sandy Ground To a BMX competition.
7) - Grant to the Nature Valley Colombier Association
The association Nature Valley Colombier requested the help of the Collectivité as part of an event organized in partnership with M & M Productions. It is a matter of bringing to St. Martin the king of the calypso Mighty Sparrow.
The Executive Board decided to grant financial assistance to support this event, which is intended to create a festive activity for the elderly.
Voted with 3 votes for / 2 votes against / 1 abstention
8) - Exceptional support of travel expenses
The Executive Council decided to take over the return ticket to the United States from a young local motocross champion (3 times St. Martin champion) so that he could compete in Philadelphia in Pennsylvania.
9) - Partnership agreement with "Initiative St Martin"
The Executive Council voted to authorize the President of the Territorial Council to sign a three-year partnership agreement between the Community of St Martin and the local initiative platform "Initiative St Martin" and granting the platform an annual grant to contribute The co-financing of its operation, the co-financing of the setting up and running of the sponsor / creator network, and the support of the voluntary sector. Expenditure that will be charged to the Community budget. A deliberation voted unanimously by the advisers.
10) - Allocation of aid to enterprises and subsidies to associations in the economic sector
The Executive Council voted to grant aid to companies in the form of equipment grants, divided into three companies. A Creole restaurant in Quartier d'Orléans wishing to make new amenities, a car garage in Quartier d'Orléans wishing to invest in modern equipment and a restaurant and guest rooms in Grand Case were helped by the Community.
Grants were also awarded to two associations in the economic sector. For example, the ACM (Marigot Traders Association), which wishes to organize annual events (Jeudis marinas, Fridays Seafront, Braderie, Christmas Folies, etc.), and the association Métimer, which organizes events Around the sea trades, have been subsidized.
The aggregate amount of aid to enterprises and grants to these two associations will be charged to the 2014 budget of the Community. A deliberation voted unanimously by the advisers.
11) - Road Authorization
The Executive Council decided on several applications for allocation of land in the public domain. Thus, out of twenty-three requests made mainly by street vendors, eleven received a favorable opinion from the Executive Board. The other 12s were refused or postponed. The seven councilors followed this deliberation.