Jefferson Parish Council members have forsaken their efforts to prohibit the administration’s domestic appointees and lawyers from holding second jobs. Council members Chris Roberts and Paul Johnston canceled their proposals Wednesday (April 20), after Parish President Mike Yenni‘s administration showed them current policies intended to ensure employees aren’t regulating open time and resources to do other work.
“We’re happy with what he showed us,” Johnston said. The policies dissuade all employees to control outward practice on bishopric time or with bishopric apparatus for any other jobs, arch handling officer Keith Conley said.
Johnston had due an bidding to demarcate all domestic appointees from holding on outward employment. Roberts’ offer was identical though practical usually to lawyers in a bishopric attorney’s office.