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1. 6/20/2019
I, Jessie L. Polk, have been convicted of 14:43.1 SEXUAL BATTERY on Jul 19, 2010. Place of Conviction: 6TH JUDICIAL DIST. ST. JOSEPH LA. My Address is: 4290 Felix Lee Rd. Ethel, LA 70730 357747-jun 20-27-2t
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2. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE THE EAST FELICIANA PARISH POLICE JURY IS ADVERTISING THROUGH THIS MEDIA TO FILL ONE (1) VACANCY ON THE CAPITAL AREA GROUND WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION. ANYONE INTERESTED SHOULD SUBMIT THEIR NAME AND RESUME TO THE EAST FELICIANA PARISH POLICE JURY OFFICE, P. O. BOX 427, 12064 MARSTON STREET, CLINTON, LA 70722 BEFORE 5:30 P.M. ON JULY 8, 2019. QUESTIONS: CALL 225-683-8577. 356901-jun 13-20-27-3t
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3. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - East Feliciana Parish Police Jury Clinton, LA Regular Meeting May 6, 2019 6:00 P.M. The regular meeting of the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury was called to order on May 6, 2019, at 6:00 P.M. by Mr. Louis Kent, President. Opening prayer was offered by Mr. Dwight Hill and the Pledge of Allegiance was then led by Mr. Glen Kent. The roll was called by the Secretary, Ms. Yamesha Harris and the following jurors were present: Mr. Louis Kent, Mr. Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to approve the agenda and move the visitors up. This motion passed. Administrative Comments from Parish Manager Crowe were as follows: Reminded Jurors of May 15th deadline to submit Tier 3 Financial Disclosures Informed the jury conflicting information was received on the bridge load ratings and she is waiting for confirmation on how many bridges the Police Jury is required to fund A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Dwight Hill, to approve the minutes of the April 15, 2019 Public Hearing. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Sean Smith, seconded by Glen Kent, to approve the minutes of the April 15, 2019 Regular Meeting. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Mr. Edward Brooks, to approve Mayor Bellue's request for Public Works assistance in Norwood. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Dwight Hill, to appoint Mr. Richard Howell to the Capital Region Planning Commission for a 5-year term. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to appoint Mr. Lawrence Hofstad to the Capital Region Planning Commission for a five-year term. This motion passed. Mr. Chris Hall and Mr. Sean Smith opposed. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Mr. Michael Cheatham, to re-appoint Mr. Dorman "Chip" Bunch to the Planning & Zoning Commission. This motion passed. Mr. Glen Kent opposed. A motion was made by Mr. Dwight Hill, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to approve monthly invoices. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Jason McCray, seconded by Mr. Dwight Hill, to approve declaring $100,000 surplus from Building Fund with a transfer to General Fund to fund renovation of Police Jury Main Office. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to approve hiring Mr. Jeffery Hall as a Motor Grader Operator at base pay. This motion passed. Mr. Chris Hall recused himself from voting because he was not sure if Mr. Hall is a relative of his. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to approve hiring Mr. Kelvin Johnson as an Operator 3 at step 4. This motion passed. Mr. Jason McCray informed the jury that the Public Works and Equipment Committee discussed an overlay project in their last meeting, but he has not heard anything else on the project. Mr. Chris Hall asked if the Finance and Public Works could meet to discuss the project. Homeland Security Director Jody Moreau informed the jury that the week was Hurricane Preparation Week and June 1 starts hurricane season. Homeland Security Director Jody Moreau informed the jury the second phase of CERT Training would be Saturday at Slaughter Town Hall. Homeland Security Director Jody Moreau informed the jury that bid opening would be held Tuesday morning. Homeland Security Director Jody Moreau informed the jury there is possibly unused grant funding from the pass ten or fifteen years. The funds are already allocated for a safe building. A possible solution with securing the funding would be to build a safe building but it will expire soon. Mr. Moreau asked if the jury would approve allowing him to meet with the committee to secure funds for this project. A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Keith Mills, to allow Homeland Security Director to meet with committees to secure funding for a safe house. A motion was made by Mr. Sean Smith, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to accept Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to approve Bell Family Estate plat; George D. Sullivan, Surveyor. This motion passed after a roll call vote. Voting in favor of this motion was President Louis Kent, Vice President, Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to accept Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to approve Jediah, LLC plat; Charles St. Romain, Surveyor. This motion passed after a roll call vote. Voting in favor of this motion was President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. Mr. Glen Kent opposed. A motion was made by Mr. Sean Smith, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to accept Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to approve David Lemaire plat; Charles St. Romain, Surveyor. This motion passed after a roll call vote. Voting in favor of this motion was President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham and Mr. Sean Smith. A motion was made by Mr. Jason McCray, seconded by Mr. Edward Brooks, to accept Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to approve McArthur Branch, Lawrence Branch and Garfield Branch plat; Moody Professional Land Surveyors, Inc.; Lamon L. Moody, Surveyor. This motion passed after a roll call vote. Voting in favor of this motion was President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. A motion was made by Mr. Sean Smith, seconded by Mr. Glen Kent, to accept Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation to approve Harry Bradley, Jr. plat; Richmond W. Krebs & Associates, LLC; Richmond W. Krebs, Surveyor. This motion passed after a roll call vote. Voting in favor of this motion was President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. Ms. Shirley Anderson informed the jury that Keep East Feliciana Beautiful would meet Wednesday, May 8th. Public Comments: District Attorney Sam D'Aquilla asked Finance Chairman Chris Hall who is responsible for deciding which fund invoices are paid. Mr. Hall responded by letting Mr. D'Aquilla know this is the responsibility of the Parish Treasurer, based on the information that has been provided. Mr. D'Aquilla asked to be placed on the next Finance Committee Meeting Agenda. Mr. Larry Hofstad informed District Attorney D'Aquilla, he was referred to him by the Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission to voice public meeting concerns. A motion was made by Vice President Keith Mills, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray to adjourn. _________________ Yamesha Harris, Secretary _________________ Louis Kent, Parish President 357929-jun 20-1t
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4. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - East Feliciana Parish Police Jury Clinton, LA Regular Meeting May 20, 2019 6:00 P.M. The Regular Meeting of the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury was called to order on May 20, 2019, at 6:00 P.M. by Mr. Louis Kent, President. Opening prayer was offered by President Louis Kent and the Pledge of Allegiance was then led by Mr. Sean Smith. The roll was called by the Secretary, Mrs. Yamesha Harris and the following jurors were present: President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Edward Brooks, Mr. Jason McCray, Mr. Dwight Hill, Mr. Michael Cheatham, and Mr. Sean Smith. A motion was made by Vice President Keith Mills, seconded by Mr. Sean Smith, to approve the agenda and move the visitors up. This motion passed. Mr. Jim Parker, Deputy Director of Homeland Security and Miss Dawn Davis gave an update from the Long Term Recovery Group. Parish Manager Sonya Crowe informed the jury that Paramount would like to film a 10-episode television show possibly using the courthouse, courthouse grounds, and the recently purchased old furniture store. President Kent informed everyone that the Building Committee, Finance Committee, and the Courthouse LLC Committee will work together to decide what is best. Parish Manager Crowe informed the jury that she would continue to send email updates on the status. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Mr. Michael Cheatham, to approve Parish Prison Insurance Renewal. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Glen Kent, to approve request from East Feliciana Drug Council for assistance with a summer camp. This motion passed. The $750.00 will be used for public purposes. Administrative Comments from Parish Manager were as follows: Informed jury the Treasurer's Report for the month of April, including Budget to Actual Comparison, Cash Balances, and Check Registers can be found in their binders for all major operating funds Dawson Road Project right of ways are assigned and a preconstruction meeting would be held the 1st of June with the contractor, Boyd the engineer, and herself. The contract is signed Informed jury that Miss Ann Jones asked that she make them aware, the NatureChem representative sprayed and killed some of her bushes and possibly a tree. She would like them replaced Informed the jury that a resolution to establish the new Petit Jury Fund will be ready for the next meeting A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Jason McCray, to approve the minutes of the May 6, 2019 Regular Meeting. This motion passed without comment. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Vice President Keith Mills, to accept Tricouer's recommendation of Industrial Enterprise, Inc. as low bidder in the amount of $3,654,692.28 for Parish Project PW 1000 DR-4277-LA. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Vice President Keith Mills, to refer approving agreement with Rapid Investments, Inc. for Petit Jury disbursements to the Finance Committee. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Dwight Hill, seconded by Mr. Michael Cheatham, to approve renting Old Centenary Inn for Region 6 Meeting. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Mr. Sean Smith, to approve inmate relocation. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Chris Hall, seconded by Mr. Dwight Hill, to approve monthly invoices. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Mr. Michael Chatham, to approve advertisement to fill Certified Building Official vacancy. This motion passed. A motion was made by Mr. Edward Brooks, seconded by Vice President Keith Mills, to approve overlaying hard surface roads. A substitute motion was made by Mr. Michael Cheatham, seconded by Mr. Chris Hall, to approve including overlaying gravel roads in the overlay project. Voting in favor of the substitute motion were, President Louis Kent, Vice President Keith Mills, Mr. Glen Kent, Mr. Chris Hall, Mr. Michael Cheatham and Mr. Sean Smith. Mr. Edward Brooks and Mr. Jason McCray and Mr. Dwight Hill were not in favor of the substitute motion. Substitute motion passed. Mr. Jimmy Wood, a representative from Paramount asked that the jury consider a proposal allowing Paramount to film a movie using the courthouse and old furniture store. After discussion, the jurors agreed to have Paramount representatives, both judges, District Attorney D'Aquilla, Courthouse LLC members and the Building Committee meet to discuss the proposal. Mr. Glen Kent suggested that the Executive Committee represents the jury instead of the Building Committee. President Louis Kent set a meeting for Thursday at 2:00pm. The committee to meet would be determined later. Ms. Yamesha Harris informed the jury that East Feliciana Chamber of Commerce would host their annual banquet July 25, 2019 at 5:30 P.M. Mr. Nannette Egros gave an update from Keep East Feliciana Beautiful and informed the jury that a petition is being sent around to be signed by anyone interested in recycling in the Parish. President Kent informed the jury that the MASA agenda item is tabled until the next meeting. Public Comments: Avondale Senior Camp Ranger EJ Moore addressed the jury and informed them that the council is working on a huge project and invitations would be sent out to invite the jurors to an informational session. A motion was made by Mr. Glen Kent, seconded by Mr. Chris Hall to adjourn. _________________ Yamesha Harris, Secretary _________________ Louis Kent, Parish President 357931-jun 20-1t
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5. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - BID NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by Ascension Parish Government at the Ascension Parish Government Purchasing Office, 615 East Worthey Street, Gonzales, Louisiana 70737 (mailing address PO Box 2392, Gonzales, LA 70707-2392) until, July 10, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. local time. The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following: GALVANIZED AND ASPHALT COATED CORRUGATED METAL PIPE Culverts to be delivered to the Ascension Parish Public Works Department, located at 42077 Churchpoint Road, Gonzales Louisiana 70737. Bid will be awarded based on total culvert prices only. Bids are to be submitted for a twelve (12) month period from date accepted by Ascension Parish Council. *Requirements: All material ordered must be delivered within fifteen (15) working days from the date of order. During a declared state of emergency by the Ascension Parish Government or the State of Louisiana, delivery of requested material must begin within six (6) hours of request. Specifications/bidding documents may be obtained at the Ascension Parish Government, Purchasing Department located at 615 E. Worthey Street, Gonzales, Louisiana 70737. Electronic Bids are accepted at Central Bidding http://www.central auctionhouse.com For questions related to the electronic bidding process, please call Central Bidding at (225) 810-4814. All addenda, corrections, and responses to this public notice shall be posted to http://www.central auctionhouse.com The Parish of Ascension reserves the right to disqualify any Bid, response to a Request for Qualifications, or Request for Proposals if it is determined that the submitting business entity is not in good standing with the Louisiana Secretary of State or is not authorized to do business in the State of Louisiana. Ascension Parish Government reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. ASCENSION PARISH GOVERNMENT KENNY MATASSA, PARISH PRESIDENT ADVOCATE - Please publish 06/13, 06/20, 06/27 CHIEF - Please publish 06/13, 06/20, 06/27 WEEKLY - Please publish 06/13, 06/20, 06/27 357348-jun 13-20-27-3t
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6. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE --- PUBLIC NOTICE Hearings and/or Public Hearings will be held at the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury 12064 Marston St., Clinton; during a regular meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, June 25, 2019 6:00 pm for the purpose indicated: Subdivision a 50 acre tract being the remainder of Lot 7 and partial area of Lot 8 of the Fritz Hooge partition into a 49.00 acre Lot "7-A" and a 1.00 acre Lot "7-B" located in Sections 78, 80 & 81, T2S-R2E, East Feliciana Parish for William Bankston. PUBLIC NOTICE --- PUBLIC NOTICE Hearings and/or Public Hearings will be held at the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury 12064 Marston St., Clinton; during a regular meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, June 25, 2019 6:00 pm for the purpose indicated: Subdivision tract 4-C-9 (formerly Bridgmore Timber, LLC) into tracts 4-C-9-A and 4-C-9-B located in Section 66, T3S-R3E, East Feliciana Parish for Marianne Covington. PUBLIC NOTICE --- PUBLIC NOTICE Hearings and/or Public Hearings will be held at the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury 12064 Marston St., Clinton; during a regular meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, June 25, 2019 6:00 pm for the purpose indicated: Resubdivision of Lot C-2 into Lot C-2-A, Lot C-2-B, & Lot C-2-C (Glenn Jefferson, Sr. Estate) located in Section 5, T4S-R2E, East Feliciana Parish for Gertrude Jefferson. PUBLIC NOTICE --- PUBLIC NOTICE Hearings and/or Public Hearings will be held at the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury 12064 Marston St., Clinton; during a regular meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday, June 25, 2019 6:00 pm for the purpose indicated: Resubdivision resurvey of Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, & 7 shown on reference map no. 1 listed above the Kenneth W. Cornelius property and a 0.99 acre lot as shown on reference map no. 2 listed above owned by John & Jackie Hughes and Lot 5-B (1.00 acre) as shown on reference map no. 3 listed above owned by Chad & Ashley Morris and the subsequent resubdivision of said properties into Lots 1 (2.73 acres), 5A (75.99 acres), 5B1 (2.87 acres), 5C (1.85 acres), 5D (5.85 acres), 6A (15.48 acres), 6B (5.00 acres), and X (9.51 acres) located in Section 56, T4S-R1W, East Feliciana Parish for Doris Cornelius and Jackie Hughes. 358272-jun 20-1t
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7. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF SEIZURE SHERIFF'S OFFICE NO: 44707 US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, NOT IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY BUT SOLEY AS TRUSTEE FOR THE RMAC TRUST, SERIES 2016-CTT VERSUS THE UNOPENED SUCCESSION OF ODEAL DAVIS ASHLEY A/K/A ODEAL DAVIS ASHLEY A/K/A ODEAL D. ASHLEY A/K/A ODEAL ASHLEY STATE OF LOUISIANA 20TH JUDICIAL COURT PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA SHERIFF'S SALE ACTING UNDER AND BY THE VIRTUE OF AN WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE ISSUED ON THE HONORABLE COURT AFORESIDE IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED NUMBERED CAUSE, DATED ON THE July 20th, 2017 DIRECTED TO ME AS SHERIFF OF THE PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA, LOUISIANA DID SEIZE AND WILL WITHIN THE LEGAL HOURS ON THE June 26, 2019, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M., AT THE PRINCIPAL FRONT DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX, CLINTON, LOUISIANA, SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE DEFENDANT (S) DEREK D. TATE A/K/A DEREK TATE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The property described in the Act of Mortgage is described as follows: A CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon, containing 12.15 acres, located in Section 1, T3S, R1E, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and being more particularly shown and described as "Tract 4" according to "Map Showing the Survey and Division of the Edward Davis Est. Property located in Section One, T3S, R1E, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, for the Heirs of Edward Davis", by Wallace J. Hargrave, Registered Land Surveyor, dated February 26, 1986, as follows, to-wit: Commence at a 30 inch oak tree at the most north westerly corner of Tract 4, on boundary line between Schober and Davis, on a line common to Section 66 and Section 1, said point being POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 89°45'54" East, a distance of 1,002.98 feet to existing pipe on right of way of blacktop road; thence North 89 degrees 47'54" East, a distance of 37.19 feet to existing pipe in center line of blacktop road and corner; thence along said center line South 41°2'East, a distance of 180.00 feet to pipe in center line of blacktop road and corner; thence South 60°19'East, a distance of 291.05 feet to pipe; thence continue South 60°19' East, a distance of 1,333.30 feet to pipe and corner on a line common to Section 66 and Section 1; thence along said section line North 0°02'25" East, a distance of 791.58 feet to 30 inch oak tree and POINT OF BEGINNING. LESS AND EXCEPT: A) 1 acre described as Tract 4-A conveyed in COB G-6, folio 534; B) 4 acres described as Tract 4-C conveyed in COB Q-6, folio 87; and C) 1 acre described as Tract 4-B conveyed in COB T-6, folio 180: "Tract 4" containing a residue of 6.15 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: CASH TO THE LAST AND HIGHEST BIDDER WITHOUT APPRAISAL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AND ACCORDING TO LAW SHERIFF'S OFFICE THIS 15 DAY OF March, 2019. _________________ JEFFERY E. TRAVIS, SHERIFF PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA 338205-may 16-jun 20-2t
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8. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF SEIZURE SHERIFF'S OFFICE NO: 45583 DITECH FINANCIAL, LLC VERSUS STEVEN D. PEPER A/K/A STEVEN PEPER AND STACY HUGHES PEPER A/K/A STACY H. PEPER A/K/A STACY PEPER STATE OF LOUISIANA 20TH JUDICIAL COURT PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA SHERIFF'S SALE ACTING UNDER AND BY THE VIRTUE OF AN WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE ISSUED ON THE HONORABLE COURT AFORESIDE IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED NUMBERED CAUSE, DATED ON THE MARCH 12TH, 2019 DIRECTED TO ME AS SHERIFF OF THE PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA, LOUISIANA DID SEIZE AND WILL WITHIN THE LEGAL HOURS ON THE June 26, 2019, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M., AT THE PRINCIPAL FRONT DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX, CLINTON, LOUISIANA, SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE DEFENDANT (S) STEVEN D. PEPER A/K/A STEVEN PEPER AND STACY HUGHES PEPER A/K/A STACY H. PEPER A/K/A STACY PEPER PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: A CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING TWO (2) ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LOCATED IN SECTION 68, T-3-S, R-2-E, EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LOUISIANA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY SHOWN AND DESCRIBED AS LOT 4-A WITH REFERENCE TO A "PLAT SHOWING SURVEY AND REMOVAL OF 2.00 AC LOT 4-A & 2.00 AC LOT 4-B FROM THE 430.1 AC ELDRED D. GROSS TRACT IN SEC 68 T3S R2E GLD EAST FELICIANA PARISH LOUISIANA" BY CHARLES T. SNYDER DATED MARCH 29,1995, A COPY OF WHICH IS ATTACHED TO AN ACT OF DONATION OF RECORD AT REGISTER NUMBER 137818 OF THE RECORDS OF EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LOUISIANA. TERMS OF SALE: CASH TO THE LAST AND HIGHEST BIDDER WITHOUT APPRAISAL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AND ACCORDING TO LAW SHERIFF'S OFFICE THIS 14 DAY OF March, 2019. _________________ JEFFERY E. TRAVIS, SHERIFF PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA 344290-may 16-jun 26-2t
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9. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - "Notice of dissolution of Burnett Parker, L.L.C., the claim of any creditor should be presented to the Law Offices of Kilbourne & Dart at 4783 Johnson St., St. Francisville, LA 70775 on or before November 26, 2019" 356917-jun 13-20-2t
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10. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - SUCCESSION OF BETTY JUNE LARY NUMBER 43,373 DIV. B 20TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT PARISH OF EAST FELICIANA STATE OF LOUISIANA FILED: _____________ CLERK: _____________ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO SELL IMMOVABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE Notice is given that the Administratrix of this succession has petitioned this Court for authority to sell the decedent's immovable property at private sale in accordance with the provisions of Article 3281 of the Code of Civil Procedure upon terms and conditions set forth in the Petition for Authority filed in the above captioned succession, with the succession to pay all encumbrances, and pro rata taxes. The immovable property to be sold is described as follows, to-wit: A certain tract of land, situated in the Town of Jackson, Parish of East Feliciana, State of Louisiana, measuring seventy-five (75) feet front on Walnut Street by a depth of one hundred fifty (150) feet on Bank Street, and bounded on the East, now or formerly, by the property of Mrs. Walter Worthy, on the North by the property, now or formerly, of Vivian Varnado, and on the West by said Bank Street and on the South by said Walnut Street and being part of Lots seven (7) and eight (8) of Square Thirty-one (31) of the Town of Jackson. Any heir or creditor who opposes the proposed sale must file his opposition within seven (7) days from the day on which the last publication of this notice appears By Order of the 20th Judicial District Court David Dart, Clerk BY: _______________ Deputy Clerk 353607-may 30-jun 20-2t
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11. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the meeting of the Town of Clinton Planning and Zoning Commission will be held Monday, July 15, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. at the Town Hall located at 11209 Bank Street Clinton, Louisiana at which time a hearing will be held to consider the following change. Request by Gaynell Elzy and Hollie G. Elzy of 10708 Reiley Street Clinton, LA to change from R-2 to R-4, property located at 10708 Reiley Street, proposed use of pushing the old house down and sit the mobile home in the same spot. 356889-jun 13-20-27-3t
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12. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - TOWN OF SLAUGHTER 3337 CHURCH STREET SLAUGHTER, LA 70777 PHONE (225) 654-4278 - FAX (225) 654-1480 MAYOR ROBBIE JACKSON ALDERMAN LIZ AARON JANIS LANDRY ROY CORCORAN SHEILA FLETCHER KEITH DAY CLERK COLEEN KELLER MINUTES Public Hearing was held at 6:15 pm, April 9, 2019 to discuss Commercial Application Ordinance and Electronic Meter Protection Ordinance Town of Slaughter Regular Meeting April 9, 2019 I. CALL TO ORDER--The meeting was called to order by Mayor Robert Jackson, who opened the meeting at 6:30 p.m., April 9, 2019 at the Slaughter Town Hall, 3337 Church Street, Slaughter, Louisiana. A quorum was present and due notice was given. Unless otherwise noted all motions passed by unanimous decision of the Board. II. OPENING PROCEDURES 1. Invocation 2. Pledge 3. Roll Call - The following members were present: Janis Landry, Keith Day, Sheila Fletcher, and Liz Aaron 4. Comments concerning agenda III. AMMENDMENTS AND/OR ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: IV. A. Add Jack McGuire Motion by Liz Aaron; Second by Sheila Fletcher; Motion passed. V. PLANNING & ZONING: Replacing the Corey's mobile home that was destroyed by fire in Ashcliff Acres with a new mobile home Motion by Janis Landry; Second by Keith Day; Motion passed. Request to live in travel trailer for 6 months to accommodate removal of burned home and set up new home on the site. Motion by Janis Landry; Second by Sheila Fletcher; Motion Passed. VI. NEW BUSINESS: A. Commercial Utilities Application Ordinance Motion by Liz Aaron; Second by Keith Day; Motion passed. B. Electronic Meter Protection Ordinance Motion by Janis Landry; Second by Sheila Fletcher; Motion passed C. Jeff Moore requesting temporary variance for mobile home on Midway Road Motion to allow 4 months (August 8, 2019) to remove the trailer from the property by Keith Day; Second by Janis Landry; Motion Passed. D. Nomination for Planning and Zoning vacancy Nomination of Kristy Phillips by Janis Landry; Second by Sheila Fletcher; Motion passed. E Creation of Variance/ Deviation Board to be discussed at May meeting F. Jack McGuire Presented a plan for maintenance of the water tower to spread cost over a 10- year period. Motion to move forward and acquire a contract for review by Liz Aaron; Second by Sheila: Motion passed. VI. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS: A. Minutes Motion by Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Liz Aaron. Motion passed. B. Maintenance Report - Motion by Liz Aaron. Second by Keith Day. Motion passed. C. Fire Report - Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Janis Landry. Motion passed. D. Police Report - Motion by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. E. Clerk's Report F. Mayor's Report Changed internet provider from ATT to Cox. VII. MOTION TO ADJOURN Motion by Liz Aaron. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. 358263-jun 20-1t
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13. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - TOWN OF SLAUGHTER 3337 CHURCH STREET SLAUGHTER, LA 70777 PHONE (225) 654-4278 - FAX (225) 654-1480 MAYOR ROBBIE JACKSON ALDERMAN LIZ AARON JANIS LANDRY ROY CORCORAN SHEILA FLETCHER KEITH DAY CLERK COLEEN KELLER MINUTES Town of Slaughter Regular Meeting May 14, 2019 I. CALL TO ORDER--The meeting was called to order by Mayor Robert Jackson, who opened the meeting at 6:30 p.m., May 14, 2019 at the Slaughter Town Hall, 3337 Church Street, Slaughter, Louisiana. A quorum was present and due notice was given. Unless otherwise noted all motions passed by unanimous decision of the Board. II. Invocation III. Pledge IV. Roll Call - The following members were present: Janis Landry, Keith Day, Sheila Fletcher, and Roy Corcoran V. Comments concerning agenda VI. AMMENDMENTS AND/OR ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: A. Add Kelly Davis - re: fireboard member appointment Motion by Janis Landry; Second by Sheila Fletcher; Motion passed B. Add Blaine Bankston, 147 East St. requesting to build metal building. Motion by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. VII. PLANNING & ZONING: A. Patricia Mayfield, 3795 Church St. - Requesting to replace old trailer with new one. Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Keith Day. Motion passed. B. Robert Blades, 2537 Tom Dr. Requesting to build travel trailer cover. Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Roy Corcoran. Motion Passed. C. Barbara McCurley, 1326 Midway Rd. Requesting more time to remove the trailers. Motion to allow 4 months (to September 15, 2019) by Roy Corcoran. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. D. Blaine Bankston, 147 East St.- Requesting to build metal building. Motion by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. VIII. NEW BUSINESS: A. Sheila Fletcher Blighted property lot 1 and 3 in Ashcliff Acres- Motion to proceed with clean-up measures by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Janis Landry. Motion Passed. B. 2018-2019 Budget Amendments Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. C. 2019-2020 Budget Proposal (set public hearing) Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. D. Health Insurance Workshop scheduled for May 21, 2019 with affected employees, managers and the board of aldermen to discuss options. Motion by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. E. Kelly Davis Appointment of fireboard member. Motion to reappoint Kelly Davis, by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed VI. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS: A. Minutes Motion by Motion by Keith Day. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. B. Maintenance Report - Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Keith Day. Motion passed. C. Fire Report - Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Roy Corcoran. Motion passed. D. Police Report - Motion by Roy Corcoran. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. E. Clerk's Report F. Mayor's Report Working to improve run-off/flooding issues VII. MOTION TO ADJOURN Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Keith Day. Motion passed. 358267-jun 20-1t
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14. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - TOWN OF SLAUGHTER 3337 CHURCH STREET SLAUGHTER, LA 70777 PHONE (225) 654-4278 - FAX (225) 654-1480 MAYOR ROBBIE JACKSON ALDERMAN LIZ AARON JANIS LANDRY ROY CORCORAN SHEILA FLETCHER KEITH DAY CLERK COLEEN KELLER MINUTES Town of Slaughter Regular Meeting June 11, 2019 I. CALL TO ORDER--The meeting was called to order by Mayor Robert Jackson, who opened the meeting at 6:30 p.m., June 11, 2019 at the Slaughter Town Hall, 3337 Church Street, Slaughter, Louisiana. A quorum was present and due notice was given. Unless otherwise noted all motions passed by unanimous decision of the Board. II. Invocation III. Pledge IV. Roll Call - The following members were present: Janis Landry, Sheila Fletcher, and Roy Corcoran V. Comments concerning agenda VI. AMMENDMENTS AND/OR ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: VII. PLANNING & ZONING: A. Kenneth Modica, 2686 Meadowood Dr. Requesting to build metal storage building. Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. B. Dallas Corey, 1024 Collins Lane -Requesting to replace mobile home with new one. Motion to acquire documents from Entergy identifying electrical usage at this address. Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Jani Landry. Motion Passed. VIII. NEW BUSINESS: A. Health Insurance Motioned by Sheila Fletcher to change to Plan 2. Second by Janis Landry. Motion Passed. B. Andy D'Aquilla 2018-2019 Budget Amendments /2019-2020 Budget Proposal (set public hearing) Motion by Roy Corcoran to meet June 25th at 6:15. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. VI. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS: A. Minutes Motion by Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Janis Landry. Motion passed. B. Maintenance Report - Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Roy Corcoran. Motion passed. C. Fire Report - Motion by Sheila Fletcher. Second by Roy Corcoran. Motion passed. D. Police Report - Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. E. Clerk's Report F. Mayor's Report Pennington Grants VII. MOTION TO ADJOURN Motion by Janis Landry. Second by Sheila Fletcher. Motion passed. 358269-jun 20-1t
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15. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Notice in accordance with La. Revised Statute 33:406 of proposed ordinance The following ordinances have been introduced during the June 11, 2019 regular meeting of the Mayor and Town Alderman. The ordinances introduced are entitled "Amendment to 2018-2019 Budget" and the "2019-2020 Budget for the Town of Slaughter" There will be a public hearing on this proposed ordinances on June 25th, 2019 at 6:15 p.m. at the Slaughter Municipal Building located at 3337 Church Street, Slaughter, La. 70777. 358270-jun 20-1t
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16. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - BID NOTICE DPWE GARAGE ADDITION AND TIRE SHOP RENOVATION PM-19-02-005 Sealed bids will be received by Ascension Parish Government at the Ascension Parish Government Purchasing Office, 615 E. Worthey Street, Gonzales, Louisiana 70737 (mailing address PO Box 2392, Gonzales, LA 70707-2392) until July 17, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. local time. The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following: DPWE GARAGE ADDITION AND TIRE RENOVATION Statement of Work: Project consists of installing a canopy over a new slab at the garage building, removing and installing new metal siding on the tire building, inspection and repairing metal roof on the tire building. A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held on site, 42077 Churchpoint Road, Gonzales LA 70737 on Tuesday July 2,2019 at 10:00 AM. All questions regarding this project and the bid package shall be submitted to the Purchasing Department via purchasing@apgov.us by 4:00 PM on Friday July 5, 2019. Responses will be coordinated with the Project Manager and posted on the www.central auctionhouse.com by 4:00 PM on Wednesday July 10, 2019. Copies of Specifications, Bid Documents, Contract Documents and Construction Drawings for use in preparing Bids may be obtained from Project Manager and/or Facility Maintenance Manager upon payment of Sixty Five Dollars ($65.00) per set made payable to Ascension Parish or free if electronic copy requested and media provided. Documents can be mailed to bidders for an additional $5.00 per set. Bid documents may also be obtained from www.central auctionhouse.com According to Act No. 478, July 9, 1988, Section 1, R.S. 38:22:12: Deposits on the first set of documents furnished to bona fide prime bidders will be fully refunded upon return of the documents no later than ten (10) Days after receipt of bids. On other sets of documents furnished to bidders, the deposits less actual cost of reproduction will be refunded upon return of the documents no later than ten (10) day after receipt of bids. No refund will be given to contractor that has been awarded the project. No refund will be made to non-bidders or sub-bidders. In addition to paper bids, electronic bids and electronic bid bonds for the following project will be downloaded by the Ascension Parish Purchasing Department. Electronic bids and electronic bid bonds must be submitted through www.central auctionhouse.com prior to the electronic bidding deadline. Beginning at 2:00 PM Local time on Wednesday July 17, 2019 all bids will be downloaded. No bids are accepted after 2:00 PM Local time. RS 38:2218. Evidence of good faith; countersigning A. The public entity advertising for bids for work shall require the bidders to attach a certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond for not more than five percent of the contract price of work to be done, as an evidence of good faith of the bidder. The public entity advertising for bids for work may require the bidders to attach a certified check, cashier's check, or bid bond for not more than five percent of the estimated price of supplies or materials, as evidence of good faith of the bidder. To address the above requirement for electronic bids Ascension Parish Government will allow electronic bids submitted via the parish approved on-line bid site to be submitted as follows: A. A copy of the bid bond must be attached to bid document submitted electronically B. The original bid bond document must be received in our office no later than 48 hours after bid opening date and time (Ascension Parish Purchasing Department,615 E. Worthey, Gonzales, Louisiana (P.O. Box 2392, Gonzales, Louisiana 70707) C. The bid-bond envelope must be clearly labeled as a "Bid Bond" with the project name, vendor's name as it appears on the bid documents and address. All addenda, Amendments, Letters of Clarification, and Withdrawal Notices will be posted online in addition to electronic copies being distributed. Construction proposal information may be accessed via the internet at www.central auctionhouse.com Users must click on Login and create a New User Registration to view and download drawings. Once logged in, users must click on Ascension Parish Government to view current advertisement listings. This listing is titled "DPWE Garage Addition and Tire Shop Renovation". Registered users will have access to view project information, submit a question concerning the project, and view the drawings. All project specific notices are found here. It will be the responsibility of the bidder to check for updates. All submitted questions will be forwarded by email to the Project Manager for a response. The Ascension Parish shall not be responsible if the bidder cannot complete and submit a bid due to failure or incomplete delivery of the files submitted via the internet. Ascension Parish Government reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. The Parish of Ascension reserves the right to disqualify any Bid, response to a Request for Qualifications, or Request for Proposals if it is determined that the submitting business entity is not in good standing with the Louisiana Secretary of State or is not authorized to do business in the State of Louisiana. Ascension Parish Government reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. ASCENSION PARISH GOVERNMENT KENNY MATASSA, PARISH PRESIDENT ADVOCATE - Please publish 6/13, 6/20,6/27 CHIEF - Please publish 6/13, 6/20,6/27 WEEKLY - Please publish 6/13, 6/20,6/27 357384-jun 13-20-27-3t
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17. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD of THE TOWN OF ST. FRANCISVILLE will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Tuesday-July 2, 2019 at 6:00 o'clock at 11936 Ferdinand Street, Town Hall meeting room, St. Francisville, Louisiana. 1) Pursuant to the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance (hereinafter "CZO") for the Town of St. Francisville (hereinafter "Town) is requesting a Rezoning on the parcel of property located at 9828 Barrow Street, St Francisville, Louisiana TS67 03S 03W Dippel Subdivision Lots 19 & 20. from the present zone of RS2(Medium Density Single Family Residential) to BMX (Business Mixed Use). The Public is invited to attend. In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Laurie Walsh at (225) 635-3873, describing the assistance that is needed. Laurie Walsh Town of St. Francisville P.O. Box 400 225 635 3873 356914-jun 13-20-27-3t
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18. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN OF ST. FRANCISVILLE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN, ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2019 at 5:30 P.M. The Town of St. Francisville Board of Aldermen met in Public Regular Meeting this 28th day of May 2019 at 11936 Ferdinand St., Town Hall, St. Francisville, LA. The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. with the following members present: Mayor William H. D'Aquilla, Alderman James R. Leake, Alderman Abby T. Cochran, Alderman Susie Tully and Alderman Bryan Kelley. Also present, Town Attorney Jesse Means, Assistant Town Attorney Ben Klein, Main Street Manager Laurie Walsh, Police Chief Scott Ford and Town Clerk Shannon Sturgeon. Absent: Gigi Robertson. Prayer led by Jesse Means. Pledge led by Kevin Dreher. Motion made by Abby T. Cochran, seconded by James R. Leake to approve the minutes from the last regular meeting of May 14, 2019. All in favor, none opposed. Motion carried. New Business: Open Floor for Public Comment Mayor D'Aquilla opened the floor for public comments before commencing with new business. Comments: 1. Discuss and/or Take Action on Impact Fee The Impact Fee Draft submitted by Villavaso and Associates was discussed and the Board of Aldermen requested several clarifications and adjustments be made to the report. Once the report has been updated a final draft will be submitted for approval by resolution. Then the final draft will be used to calculate the actual impact fee amount. 2. Discuss and/or Take Action on Erosion Repairs at Market Hall A preliminary report submitted by PEC Engineering regarding the erosion issues was taken under advisement. Two other items mentioned that require attention at Market Hall are the removal of a gutter and brick repairs. Mayor D'Aquilla will work on getting the repairs completed. No further action taken. 3. PEC Report Bianca Hillhouse - Bianca Hillhouse of PEC was absent. 4. Declare 2007 Backhoe Surplus Property Motion made by James R. Leake, seconded by Susie Tully to declare the 2007 Backhoe Surplus Property and advertise for Sealed Bids. All in favor, none opposed. Motion carried. 5. Departmental Updates Mayor D'Aquilla a. Mayor's Comments b. Police Report - Police Chief Scott Ford submitted a recommendation to remove part-time police officer Matt Herrin from the roll due to schedule conflicts and add part-time police officer Ronnie Stevens. Motion made by Bryan Kelley, seconded by Abby Cochran to accept Chief Ford's recommendation to remove part-time officer Matt Herrin from the roll and add part-time police officer Ronnie Stevens. All in favor, none opposed. Motion passed. In the future, the Board of Alderman requested that new hires attend the board meeting. c. Permitting & Planning Updates written report provided by Don Simmons. d. Main Street Report Laurie Walsh. 6. Adjournment Motion made by Abby T. Cochran, seconded by Bryan Kelley to adjourn the meeting at 6:10 p.m. All in favor, none opposed. Motion carried. /s/Shannon Sturgeon, Town Clerk /s/William H. D'Aquilla, Mayor 357838-jun 20-1t
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19. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Town of St. Francisville Planning and Zoning Meeting Minutes from the Thursday-March 7, 2019 meeting that was held at 6:00pm at the Town Hall 11936 Ferdinand Street, St. Francisville, La. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Sara Wilson Rogers at 6:00pm. Members present: AL Lemoine, Sara Wilson Rogers, Wayne Slater and Pat Vince. Members absent: Jesse C. Black Guests present: Melton Harrell, Scott Harrell, Anita, Ogden, Theresa Guillory, Lee Chastant, Alex Gallego II, Boyd Homes, Michael Powers, Scott Sanchez and Lance Malley. AGENDA/ MINUTES: A motion was made by Wayne Slater and seconded by Al Lemoine to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried. A motion was made by Pat Vince and seconded by Wayne Slater to approve the minutes from the February 21, 2019 meeting as presented. Motion carried. OPEN FLOOR FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS: The floor was opened for public comments at 6:08pm NEW BUSINESS: A motion was made by Pat Vince and seconded by Wayne Slater to offer a recommendation of approval on the Preliminary Plan Concept for the Parker District PUD located at 5191 Burnett Road to the Town Alderman. The motion carried unanimously. Yeas: Al Lemoine, Wayne Slater, Pat Vince and Sara Wilson-Rogers Neas: none Absent: Jesse C. Black OLD BUSINESS: A motion was made by Wayne Slater and seconded by Pat Vince to set the meeting date and time to be the first Thursday of each month at 6:00pm at the Town Hall Meeting Room. Motion carried. ADJOURNEMENT: A motion was made by Pat Vince and seconded by Al Lemoine to adjourn at 6:25pm. Motion carried. 357839-jun 20-1t
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20. 6/20/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of St. Francisville will hold a PUBLIC HEARING/MEETING MONDAY JULY 1, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at Town Hall located at 11936 Ferdinand, St. Francisville, LA to adopt the following ordinance: ORDINANCE NO. 2019-4 "An ORDINANCE Amending an Operating Budget of Revenues and Expenditures for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2018 and Ending June 30, 2019 and Also Adopting an Operating Budget of Revenues and Expenditures for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2019 and Ending June 30, 2020". Figures are available for preview at the above address Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.. The Public is invited to attend. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need assistance, please contact Shannon Sturgeon, Town Clerk, at 225 635-3688, describing the assistance that is needed. Shannon Sturgeon Town of St. Francisville P O Box 400 - 11936 Ferdinand St. St. Francisville, LA 70775 358274-jun 20-27-2t
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