Administrative procedures and services
District Councils
District Councils


The neighborhood council is a precious relay between the administration, the elected officials and the population whose grievances are traced back. The neighborhood council is an apolitical consultative body of the community, it has no decision-making power. The President of the Territorial Council may seek his opinion on decisions affecting the district.
The neighborhood council is a place of exchange and reflection on the life of the neighborhood and the means implemented to improve the living environment of the inhabitants. It remains a force of proposal near the Community. District Councils are elected for a period of 5 years and must be renewed at each new term of office.

The district councils of Saint-Martin are four in number

The new boundaries are as follows:

1 DISTRICT:

Griselle - Oyster Pond - all sections of Orléans - Orient Bay - Belle Plaine -Flagstaff

2 DISTRICT:

Chevrise - Cul De Sac - all sections Grand Case - a portion of the Savannah and Morne O'Reilly - Mount Vernon.- St. Louis - Rambaud - Cripple Gate - Paradise Peak - Colombier - La Savanna -Friar's Bay.

3 DISTRICT:

Morne Valois - Approval - Hameau Du Pont - Galisbay - Port of Galisbay - the Dove - The Great Saint Martin to Fort Louis - Spring - Concordia - Mont des Accords - Marina Fort Saint-Louis to West Indies. Downtown Marigot -Saint James - Mount Fortune - Bellevue-Church Street (Orangerie Boutique, in front of the Bus Station) Rue de Hollande to the Tourist Office Sandy Ground-

4 DISTRICT:

From the Sandy Ground Tourist Board - all sections of Sandy Ground and Terres Basses included.





4 District Council Members Appointed to Executive Council

Wednesday 04 July 2018 - The Executive Council of the community of Saint-Martin, meeting in plenary session this Wednesday 04 July 2018 (5 present, 2 absent), proceeded to the nomination of the members of the new district councils of Saint-Martin.

The unanimous vote allowed in its article 1 to fix the date of the day (04 July 2017), the appointment of the members of the 4 district councils. Article 2 of the deliberation made it possible to fix on Friday 03 August 2018, the date of installation of the 4 district councils and the election of their respective office.

In the preamble, the 1ère Vice President Valérie Damaseau, in charge of Neighborhood Councils, presented the new organization of these consultative bodies. The territorial executive decided to reduce the number of neighborhood councils in view of the recurring difficulties of reuniting members during working meetings, the lack of mobilization, and the quota not being met during registration. The new delimitation therefore provides 4 district councils for the territory of Saint-Martin, with a more representative configuration of the territory.

The new boundaries are as follows:

1 DISTRICT:

Griselle - Oyster Pond - all sections of Orléans - Orient Bay - Belle Plaine -Flagstaff



2 DISTRICT:

Chevrise - Cul De Sac - all sections Grand Case - a portion of the Savannah and Morne O'Reilly - Mount Vernon.- St. Louis - Rambaud - Cripple Gate - Paradise Peak - Colombier - La Savanna -Friar's Bay.



3 DISTRICT:

Morne Valois - Approval - Hameau Du Pont - Galisbay - Port of Galisbay - the Dove - The Great Saint Martin to Fort Louis - Spring - Concordia - Mont des Accords - Marina Fort Saint-Louis to West Indies. Downtown Marigot -Saint James - Mount Fortune - Bellevue-Church Street (Orangerie Boutique, in front of the Bus Station) Rue de Hollande to the Tourist Office Sandy Ground-



4 DISTRICT:

From the Sandy Ground Tourist Board - all sections of Sandy Ground and Terres Basses included.



The District Council No. 1 has 15 members (according to the current rules: 8 members are selected by the EC and 7 members are drawn), District Council No. 2, 21 members (of which 11 members chosen by the CE and 10 members raffled), District Council No. 3, 21 members (of which 11 members selected by the EC and 10 members drawn lots), District Council No. 4, 15 members (of which 8 members selected by the EC and 7 members drawn by lot).



In the presence of a bailiff (Cabinet of master Cauchefer), the service of the participative democracy of the collectivity then proceeded to the vote of the members drawn by lot, among the candidatures deposited, 24 candidates for the CQ n ° 1, 24 candidates for QC No. 2, 36 Candidates for CQ No. 3, 38 Applicants for CQ No. 4.



The members of the 4 Neighborhood Councils have been appointed as follows:

For the 1 district:

- CASTOR Etienna

- GUMBS James Jimmy

- LECAR Yann

- JIGHAI Raphaëlla

- CARTI Algire

- FLEMING Gaëtane Florisse

- COCKS Marguerite

- GUMBS Marcel

- CLICHEROUX Graziella

- HYMAN-ELLIS Brenda

- SSOSSE Janice

- PINDI wife ALEXANDER Agnès

- GUMBS Joseph Henry

- CHALONO Josiane

- GUMBS Manon



For the district n ° 2

- SAINT-AURET Thierry

- RICHARDSON Jean David

- GENDREY Franck

- Jean Claude VANTERPOOL

- Alexandra GIBBS

- NIRENNOLD Loïc

- GUMBS Maggy

- BOUBOUNE NIPAU Géraldine

- ARRONDELL René

- PORIER Frédérique

- FAROUIL Rose Adrienne

- RAMLALL Yolaine

- HADEF Aspasie

- PATRICE-TAYLOR Line

- BRYAN Jean

- BRYAN Galvani

- CHANCE Rose

- HODGE Arlette

- HILAIRE Renelise

- VIOTTY Harvé

- HODGE Angèle



For the district n ° 3

- ARTSEN Madeline Isabelle

- ARRONDELL Frédéric

- GLANDOR Manuela

- HALLEY Martial

- RATCHEL Evelyne

- SYLVESTRE Thierry

- DAVID Desmond

- JEFFRY Kenroy

- ERB Frédéric

- CARTI Eugene

- HERDERSON Georgette

- RICHARDSON Freddy

- JABOIN Josepha

- Diane FELIX

- ARTSEN Ismeralda

- BROOKS Pascal Tamesha

- LEWEST Williams

- WHIT Paul

- MAUNIER Lucien

- MACCOW Jean-Pierre

- DURANVILLE Magali



For the district n ° 4

- ANDRE Cédrick

- FRANCILLETTE-CARTY Brigitte

- GAMIETTE Lucien

- ARRONDELL Rosalie Thérèse

- ADAMS (BARBOUILLE) Georgette Bernadine

- DOUARED Alain

- RASPAIL Luciana

- ILLIDGE EPSE PARRONDO Marie Denise

- RINER Maryse

- OSMOND Iva

- BOUCAUD Hubert

- THIOGENE Marie-Edoinese

- Roger RAQUIL

- PENA LUIS Roberto

- LAKE Glen



At the end of this vote, the 1ère Vice President Valérie Damaseau, received the press to present the new device. She listed the elected members of the 4 Neighborhood Councils, who will be installed in their function (volunteer) on Friday 03 next August, at an official ceremony.

The elected majority wishes that once installed, the neighborhood councils can fully play their advisory role to the territorial authorities and that they be a relay of quality between the administration, elected officials and the population.














Representatives of the Quartier 2018 Councils

District Council N ° 1

Representative: Mr. James Jimmy GUMBS

Alternate Representative: Ms Agnes PINDI-ALEXANDER

Secretary: Mrs. Graziella CLICHEROUX

District Council N ° 2

Representative: Mr. Jean-David RICHARDSON

Alternate Representative: Ms Angèle HODGE (Larissa)

Secretary: Mr. René ARRONDELL

District Council N ° 3

Representative: Ms Madeline Isabelle ARTSEN

Alternate Representative: Mr Thierry SYLVESTRE

Secretary: Mrs. Evelyne RATCHEL

District Council N ° 4

Representative: Mr Cédric ANDRE

Alternate Representative: Ms Luciana RASPAIL

Secretary: Mrs. Maryse Delphine RINER



Back in images on the Ceremony of Installation of the Councils of Quarter held at the Collectivité of Saint-Martin, the Friday 03 August 2018.







Adoption of the operating charter and bylaws of the QC
By-Laws - Neighborhood Tips 2018