Inside the mind of a subdivision developer

Wesley Daniel is one of the more active residential subdivision developers in Ascension Parish.  Along with J. Clayton Mitchell, David Law, and Jameson Chauvin he developed The Meadows at Oak Grove which will further burden an already overwhelmed Hwy 42 in Prairieville.  Daniel took to social media recently to pitch the development creed, simultaneously lamenting Ascension’s insufficient infrastructure while decrying the Council’s heretofore nonexistent effort to address same.

In addition to The Meadows at Oak Grove the group graced Ascension Parish with:

  • Parker Place Estates
  • Dutchtown Meadows
  • The Hollows of Dutchtown
  • Moss Pointe
  • Pelican Crossing
  • Myrtle Grove
  • Stoney Point Estates
  • Galvez Trails

The list evidences only a cursory review of their activities.

Daniel deleted his posting, but not quickly enough.  One of Pelican Post’s alert readers captured what follows via screenshot; and Wesley Daniel’s thoughts are memorialized for all time.

Coincidentally (?), Wesley Daniel and his pals ponied up big to Kenny Matassa in the 2015 campaign for parish president.  Throw in their engineering firm of choice and the group was good for $26,000.  We believe these are the guys brought to Matassa, with their wallets, by Dempsey Pendarvis who took credit for the firing of former Planning Director Ricky Compton in March 2016.

They also invested $4,000 in the 2015 campaign of Council Chairwoman Teri Casso.