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E-newsletter Community December 2014.pdf
The "Pudding, Tart and Punch" Contest The Saint Martin Community and its Art & Culture service organize, on 23 December 10h to 20h, a traditional Christmas in the park of the Collectivity.
Like every year, the big contest "Pudding, Tart and Punch" will animate this day of celebration. A small Christmas market with the sale of cakes and local products will be offered to the public, not forgetting the traditional musical animation.
To reserve a stand or participate in the "Pudding, Tart & Punch" contest, please contact the Art & Culture department, in charge of Minerva Dormoy: 0690 88 90 97.
The Community is waiting for you to participate in this cultural event.
Official Opening The Territorial Archives of the Community of Saint-Martin officially open their doors on Monday 8 December 2014.
As part of the inauguration of the Territorial Archives, an inaugural exhibition of the Territorial Archives entitled "My archives, archives and archives" is proposed to the general public, from 08 December 2014 to 07 May 2015, free and open Monday To Friday from 9h to 15h.
Monday 08 December 2014 from 14h: exceptional guided tour (by invitation) of the conservation spaces: 3 groups of 15 maximum people will be welcomed, to 15h, 16h and 17h.
The invitations are to be withdrawn by the public at the Territorial Archives, rue Jean-Luc Hamlet in Concordia, on Saturday 6 December between 10h and 13h.
Tuesday 09 December 2014 to 9h: Opening of the research room to the public.
In order to continue collecting and processing the archives to communicate them, the research room is open from Monday to Friday, from 9h to 13h.
The Archives of the Community of St. Martin invite you to come and discover the exhibition "My archives, archives, archives" and to take advantage of the activities set up as part of the inauguration day.
Obligations of the tenant in matters of insurance The obligation of insurance
The tenant of a dwelling is liable for the duration of the rental of the damages which it can cause to the building. In units subject to the provisions of the Act of 6 July 1989, that is to say an empty rented dwelling for residential use, whether it is social park or private park, the tenant is legally obliged to Insurance against the rental risks (art 7 law of the 6 July 1989).
Exempt from this obligation are seasonal rentals, official housing.
In the case of renting a rental insurance policy, it is not legally binding, but this obligation may result from the contract and the tenant must therefore subscribe.
What is insurance for rental risks
It covers damage to the building caused by fire, explosion or water damage.
It does not always cover damage to property including theft which will require the purchase of supplementary insurance.
What are the risks in the event of insurance default?
In case of absence of insurance, no damage will be compensated.
The lack of insurance can be sanctioned by the cancellation of the lease, that is to say its early cancellation, a month after the sending of a command to ensure remained unsuccessful.
The owner may require the delivery of an insurance certificate upon entering the premises and annually on the anniversary date of the lease.
New provision ALUR law (application suspended pending modification of the decree recoverable expenses):
If the certificate of insurance is not handed over and after a formal notice has not been given, the lessor may take out insurance on behalf of the tenant and recover it from the tenant.
The owner, whether he is an occupant or lessor, is not obliged to insure his accommodation, but he will then be responsible for compensation for any damage his property may cause.
The owner generally subscribes to a so-called "multi-residential insurance" which covers fire, explosion and theft damage.
The landlord (who rents out his property) can only insure a third-party liability, so he will be covered in the event of damage due to a construction defect or lack of maintenance.
Insurance in condominiums
Most condominium regulations require the condominium to make sure to guarantee the damage to the building and the civil liability of the union.
Since the ALUR Law it is now a legal obligation (art 9-1 new of the Law of 10 July 1965)
Group insurance covers only the common parts. However, it can also guarantee each co-owner for damages originating at home and caused to third parties, neighbors (water damage ..) or its potential tenants.
Attention, in the absence of personal insurance covering the damage caused to the units the co-owner will not be covered.
The guarantee "storm, hurricane, cyclone"
Insurance contracts that include a fire warranty automatically include a "storm" warranty.
In the case of this guarantee are covered not only the effects of wind, but also damage caused by rain.
Warning: Please check the conditions for putting into play the list of exclusions, as well as the amount of any deductibles set by the insurance contract.
The Natural Disaster Guarantee
Since the 13 July 1982 Act, all contracts covering damage to property necessarily include a guarantee against natural disasters (multi-hazard home, multi-risk commercial or business loss insurance, automobile insurance including a "damage" )
The definition of natural disaster is given by art 125-1 of the insurance code.
However, it is not the insurer that determines whether or not the damage results from a natural disaster, it is the public authorities that trigger the natural disaster procedure.
The insurer's guarantee is triggered by the publication in the official gazette of an interministerial decree establishing the state of natural disaster for the event (s) and in the geographical area determined by the decree.
In order to be indemnified, the insured must declare the loss to the insurer as soon as he becomes aware of it and at the latest within ten days of the publication of the decree in the official gazette.
NB: The insured person can declare the loss before the publication of the order, it will avoid having to "monitor" the publication of the order and the risk of a late declaration that will not be taken account.
As soon as possible, the insurer must be provided with an estimate of the losses: any document may be taken into consideration (photo, purchase invoice, notarial deed)
The insurer must pay the indemnity within three months of the date of the presentation of the estimated loss, or if it is later than the date of publication of the order.
Contact: Pole Solidarity and Families -Direction Social Inclusion-Service Habitat-Logement
Tel: 0590 .876.192.
Cripple Gate-Morne Valois Sector The Saint-Martin Community and its Water and Sanitation Establishment (EEASM) are informing the public that work relating to the installation of a new drinking water pipe in the area of Cripple Gate-Morne Valois, now continue at night. These delicate works carried out at night started on Wednesday 03 December 2014 for a duration of one week, until Wednesday 10 December 2014. Night work schedules are between 19h30 and 04 in the morning.
However, the workers will carry out the concreting of the trenches of the day and by point phases, with the obligation to put in place an alternating circulation.
President Aline Hanson and EEASM President Louis Fleming thank the public for their patience and demand that the signage put in place be respected for the safety of workers and road users.
- Granting of Territorial Aid to the remuneration of future jobs in GRETA
The 25 January 2013, the Collectivity of Saint-Martin signed an agreement with the state in which it undertakes to assume the share of salary and related social charges not covered by the state, namely 25% of SMIC (Minimum Interprofessional Wage of Growth) of persons signing a contract employment of the future.
This support for employers in associations carrying out activities of a social, environmental or activities with a high potential for job creation is managed on behalf of the Community by the Services and Payment Agency ( ASP), Delegation of Guadeloupe. In order to respond to GRETA's request for the payment of 25% of the salary of two staff recruited under the forward employment contract, the Executive Board authorized the ASP to pay the Territorial Aid to the applicant knowing that These agents will benefit at the end of this system of a contract of employment of indefinite duration.
- Allocation of Individual Training Assistance (AIF) and Exceptional Assistance
The AIF allows jobseekers or employees in precarious situations with a professional project to undergo qualifying training in order to gain access to the labor market. For example, the 13 November 2014, on the advice of the Committee on Employment, Learning, Insertion and Vocational Training, decided to award an XIFX EUR and That 800 Exceptional Aid to Training for a global amount of 5 euros.
- Pricing of services to users of the Territorial Archives and royalties related to the use of archival documents
At the plenary session of the Executive Council on Tuesday 18 November 2014, the councilors set the fees for services to users of the Territorial Archives of Saint Martin, located in the Media Library building at Concordia, with a view to its opening to the public, The 8 next December.
As the use of the reproduction of archival documents is subject to a legislative and regulatory framework, as regards intellectual property and the re-use of public information, the tariffs defined in the executive council will be applied as soon as the Territorial Archives are opened.
These rates range from 30 cents for a simple black and white photocopy to 25 euros for the printing of an HD file, with a reduction of 50% for students and retirees (upon receipt). Tariffs have also been fixed for the editing of still images (book, CD-Rom, DVD, video and multimedia).
- Appointment of the deputy of the President of the Collectivité to the National Commission for the Evaluation of the Policies of the State overseas (CNEPEOM)
Considering the request of the Deputy Prefect of St Barthelemy and Saint Martin to designate the deputy of the President of the Territorial Council of Saint Martin at CNEPEOM, the Executive Council which met on 25 November 2014 decided to appoint Unanimity of the six councilors present the 2 Vice-President, Mrs. Ramona Connor.
- Award of public contracts
Considering the need to install additional surveillance cameras in the territory of the Community of Saint-Martin and considering that the sum allocated to the signing of the contract was to be modified as a result of the increase in these additional establishments, Meeting on 25 November 2014, voted to deliberate the commitment of this public market previously validated by the tender commission, 13 November 2014. This is the addition of 16 cameras throughout the territory, as well as four cameras for reading license plates. With the replacement of radio links by fiber optics, the securing of data transmissions and the maintenance of this equipment, this public contract now stands at 4 281 357, 70 euros, entrusted to Getelec.
The Executive Board also authorized the President to sign the contract for a public contract, previously validated by the tender commission, 13 November 2014, on the award to the Cariburo company of Two lots of supplies of office furniture and supplies of school furniture.
Finally, the Executive Board authorized the President to sign the contract for a public contract previously validated by the tender commission on 14 November 2014, to award the contracting authority for the contract, Development of the Belle Plaine basin, the SAFEGE group and the Independant Consulting Engineers NV A water retention project carried out jointly between the two parts of the island financed by the European funds Interreg Caraïbes.
- Granting of a grant to the association "Manteau de Saint-Martin"
The association Le Manteau de Saint-Martin's mission is to provide day care, accommodation, accompaniment, and social integration of people in great difficulty. It also manages the Emergency Hospitality and Reception Center (CAHU), created in 1998.
The association is experiencing structural financial difficulties and some rationalization measures have been implemented with a view to reducing costs, thus reducing expenditure items. In this difficult context, the Executive Council, meeting on 25 November, decided to grant a grant from the Collectivité to the Mantle de Saint-Martin, in order to help it carry out its charitable missions. This grant is in addition to the state's allocation.
- Vote on the agenda of the 18 Territorial Council December 2014
At the 25 November 2014 Executive Council, the six councilors present voted on the agenda of the next Territorial Council, to be held on Thursday, December 18, and which was adopted as follows:
1- Adoption of the urban planning code of St Martin
2- Financial guarantee granted to SEMSAMAR
3- Decision amending the 2014 budget
4- Update of depreciation rates for 2015
5- Review of the 2015 budget of the Tourist Office
6- Examination and Vote of the Primary Budget 2015 of the Community
Work is continuing at Cripple Gate The Saint Martin Community and its Water and Sanitation Establishment (EEASM) are informing the public that the work currently being carried out on the drinking water system between the Agrément roundabout and the intersection of Friars' Bay require day interventions.
This involves replacing the old central pipeline along the RN7 with a new pipeline. This part of the work could not be carried out at night because the workers needed maximum visibility of the underground networks to carry out the drilling to install the new pipeline.
These day jobs were scheduled Thursday 27 and Friday 28 November between 8h30 and 18h, resulting in an alternating traffic that greatly slowed traffic during peak hours.
The Community and the EEASM apologize for this inconvenience and recall that the replacement of pipes older than thirty years is more than necessary, as this work has never been done in the past.
Workers will be working all weekend (29 and 30 November), knowing that a phase of concreting to cover the new pipeline is planned between the 1er and the 8 December, which punctura works in this sector.
The Saint-Martin Community and the EEASM are grateful to the public for their patience and demand that the signage put in place be respected until the end of the work, for the safety of workers and road users.
The President of the Territorial Council, Aline Hanson,
EEASM President Louis Fleming
The Town Planning Code The Community of Saint-Martin is organizing a major consultation meeting before the finalization of the new Saint-Martin Urban Planning Code, to be held
On Thursday 04 December 2014 to 18h30 at the CCISM.
The meeting will be chaired by Mr. Guillaume ARNELL, senator of Saint-Martin, and 1er vice-president in charge of the Sustainable Development of the Community. Philippe BAFFERT, consultant in charge of drafting the new code, will outline the content of the new code, namely:
• Urban planning rules (littoral, 50 not geometric, Local Planning Plan)
Land policies (right of pre-emption, ??)
Urban planning (ZAC, subdivisions ??) Urban planning certificate, building permits Financial provisions (Participation, Territorial Development Tax ??) Litigation and penal sanctions.
Philippe BAFFERT will bring all the necessary clarifications to the understanding of this new document and the many areas it covers in urban planning.
All the elected members of the Territorial Council are invited to this meeting, as well as professionals involved in urban planning law (architects, lawyers, builders, promoters, bailiffs ??), and the general public.
The Community of Saint-Martin is waiting for you, in order to make live this consultation and to take cognizance of the content of the Urbanism code of Saint-Martin, which will take effect at the beginning of 2015 and will define the urban planning rules of our territory for the coming years.
NOTE: The Draft of the new Urban Planning Code is available on the Internet site of the Community (http://www.com-saint-martin.fr).
Reminder to the population
Untimely deposits of garbage, bulky items or green waste left on the road deteriorate our living environment. However, the Community of Saint-Martin has set up a collection system 7 days on 7 for household waste, 6 times a week for bulky and 3 times a week for green waste.
The public is asked to respect the measures put in place in order to preserve the environment.
For household waste
Food waste, paper, newspapers, flyers, food bricks, dirty packaging, dishwashing, earthenware, porcelain, ampoules, oil bottles, small plastic or polystyrene packaging, disposable tableware, tin cans, flowers ??
Please drop off your containers at the roadside from 18 hours. Daily pickup from 18h00 to 23h00 (do not drop the bags on sidewalks).
For bulky items
Scrap, appliances, cartons, packaging, furniture, mattresses, ??
The total quantity must not exceed 1 m3 by removal and per accommodation.
Scrap metal, household appliances, Hi-fi, ?? Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday 18h00 to 23h00
Cartons, plastics, packaging Sunday, Wednesday 18h00 to 23h00
Furniture, pallets, mattresses, large plastic toys Tuesday 18h00 to 23h00
For green waste
Branches, leaves, grass clippings, weeds
Deposit days and times: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday between 18h00 and 23h00.
All other waste, including waste from construction sites (Inert rubble and rubble: earth, concrete, tiles, ceramics, stones ... Scrap metal: springs, old scrap, etc.) must be deposited by you at the Galisbay or at the sorting center of Grandes Cayes in Cul de Sac.
For voluntary intakes of types glass - plastics - metal boxes
Glasses: bottles, jars, glass jars
Plastics: bottles of food liquid (water, milk, ...), bottles of cleaning products, hygiene products type shower gel, shampoo, small folded boxes, overpacks
Metal cans: tin cans, beverage cans, aluminum cans, aerosols, cans
To be placed in the columns located along the road:
- Green lid for glass
- Yellow lid for plastic and metal cans
For a protected environment, please respect the schedules, days and places of deposit established by the Community of Saint-Martin.
The Community of Saint-Martin mobilizes for its youth! The Forum Pro Jeunesse, 2e edition, is an important event in metropolitan France. It will take place in five major cities of France, Paris, Lille, Lyon, Montpellier, Toulouse, on Saturday 29 November 2014, with a declination in several overseas cities, including Saint-Martin. The young people of the island are invited to take advantage of the facilities linked to the Forum which will be set up at the polyvalent high school of the northern islands, the whole morning of Saturday 29 November.
The Forum Pro Jeunesse aims to promote the professional integration of young people from working-class neighborhoods and young people from overseas who are mobile in France. The idea of the Forum is to provide a maximum of answers and opportunities in terms of employment, internships, work-study, housing at 16 / 30 years.
The Saint-Martin Community and its Paris branch have decided to associate themselves with this event: The Maison de Saint-Martin team will have its stand at the CIDJ in Paris, which is located at 101 Quai Branly, while l The Saint-Martin Youth Association Pel'Icarus will be present at the CRIJ in Lyon, 66 Charlemagne, in partnership with the Paris branch. The Polyvalent High School of the Northern Islands also helps, so that the young people of Saint Martin can enjoy the Forum.
Thus, on Saturday 29 November, videoconferences will be installed in the secondary school, in two different forms:
- A web-based conference on international opportunities and entrepreneurship
- A room available to young people who want to participate in the "web workshop" that will be held in Paris. The young people of Saint-Martin will have the opportunity to interact by asking questions to the intervener.
It should be noted that the headmaster of the Lycée, Frantz Gumbs, will be present Saturday morning in his establishment to lead the young people.
The Community of Saint Martin invites young Saint-Martin to attend this Forum to attend the 9h polyvalent high school at 13h, Saturday 29 November 2014, in order to follow the news on the Forum Information on the different pathways of the future, through interactive exchanges.