Imagine a Nirvana, a
In 1969, Leisure Incorporated, a
In 1980, Schweickert
In June 2014,
MICO is federal tax exempt under Section 501(c) (4) of the Internal Revenue Code.
MICO membership is only $20 per year. Dues will be collected in January of each new year.
MICO worked to bring the condition of the Moonraker Island/Clipper Estates bridge to the attention of Saint Tammany Parish. The parish has begun replacement of the bridge.
MICO works to obtain and provide continued updates on the progress of the bridge.
MICO has collaborated with the parish to
install additional street lights on
MICO keeps the residents informed of all news,
safety issues, business, challenges, and solutions pertaining to
MICO has established a good working relationship with the parish. Vacant lots have been cleared, safety issues have been addressed, potholes have been filled, and ordinance infractions have been corrected.
MICO has established a Santa’s fire truck ride
around the neighborhood and toy distribution at the fire station as one of
the eagerly anticipated functions for
MICO continues to address the dangerous
speeding problem on
MICO has provided signs to remind drivers that children and animals are present on our streets.
MICO has worked with the parish to place new
directional signs that identify
MICO received permission from the parish to use the triangle at the entrance of Moonraker Island/Clipper Estates as a garden to welcome residents, place a bulletin board, and post important news.
MICO has worked with Progressive Wastes to receive donations that are used to enhance our community. The entrance triangle, when not covered with bridge repair workers, ruts, and equipment, is one of the projects maintained with these donations.
MICO is engaged with parish, state, and federal officials to bring awareness and mitigation regarding flood protection.
MICO recognizes its graduating high school and college seniors. A sign with the name of each student is placed in the triangle area to congratulate the graduates.
MICO strives to help make