The National Golf Club

The City of Westlake had to reject previous bids for construction of the new clubhouse at The National Golf Club of Louisiana. The re-bidding process will open in March.

WESTLAKE — The Westlake City Council voted Monday to reject all bids for the construction of a clubhouse at The National Golf Club of Louisiana.

The use of the wrong bid forms required the rejection. The council then authored Mayor Bob Hardey to put the clubhouse out for bids again. Bids are set to be opened at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 26.

The council also approved two agreements with the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury for projects funding.

The first agreement is $261,488 in additional funding for the John Stine Road project. The second is for $200,000 for the installation of a discharge flow meter at the Mossville Pump Station and $200,000 for the Foster Lane sewer extension project in funding from the CPPJ.

In other news, the council declined to issue a Class A on premises beer and liquor license for Breaktime Deli located at 1928 Houston River Road. The Council also updated an ordinance concerning the sale of alcohol to or purchase of for minors to reflect the legal drinking age as 21.

Also, Architect Barry King reported that the Police and Emergency Response Center will likely be complete by the last week of February.