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F-10

MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE
LOWER CAMERON HOSPITAL SERVICE DISTRICT
The Board of Directors of Lower Cameron Hospital Service District met in regular session on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. Members present were as follows:
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman
Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer, Delisa LaLande, Nedia Trahan
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman, Dinah Billings, Shawn Bonsall
Guests: Jennifer Jones, Cameron Parish District Attorney; Leslie Trahan, Stonebridge Properties; Harvey Marcus, Jr. (Duke), Stonebridge Properties (Via Conf. Call); Erica Williams, SCMH - Calcasieu Oaks; Braden Ryder, SCMH - COO; Jack Stolier, Sullivan, Stolier, Schulze & Grubb (Via Conf. Call); Joey Breaux, Lester, Miller & Wells (Via Conf. Call); Kathryn Greg.
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order by Tim Dupont, Chairman.
Pledge of Allegiance
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Nedia Trahan.
Roll Call
Tim Dupont conducted the roll call.
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman; Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer; Delisa Lalande and Nedia Trahan.
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman; Dinah Billings & Shawn Bonsall.
Amend Agenda
On a motion by Nedia Trahan, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to add the following to the agenda:
Executive Session - Strategic Planning
The motion carried.
Public Comment
Tim Dupont opened the floor for any public comment on matters to be discussed during the meeting. There was no public comment.
NEW BUSINESS
Executive Session
Tim Dupont called the roll to adjourn the Regular Session and enter into Executive Session for Strategic Planning with the following results:
Yeas: Tim Dupont; Margaret Jones; Delisa Lalande and Nedia Trahan.
Nays: None
Abstained: None
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Dinah Billings & Shawn Bonsall
The motion carried.
Exit Executive Session
Tim Dupont Called a roll to adjourn the Executive Session and enter into Regular Session with the following results:
Yeas: Tim Dupont; Margaret Jones; Delisa Lalande and Nedia Trahan.
Nays: None
Abstained: None
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Dinah Billings & Shawn Bonsall
The motion carried.
Amend Cooperative Endeavor Lease
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Nedia Trahan it was moved to give Mr. Jack Stolier, from the firm of Sullivan, Stolier Schulez & Grubb, authority to amend the Cooperative Endeavor Lease Agreement between the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District and Stonebridge Properties as follows:
1. To delete the current requirement of making monthly subsidy payments from the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District to Stonebridge Properties for Hospital operations.
2. To make any other changes to the Cooperative Endeavor Lease Agreement between the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District and Stonebridge Properties as advised by legal counsel.
The motion carried.
Inter-Governmental Transfer
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Nedia Trahan it was moved to make an Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) via wire transfer between the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District’s Maintenance Account at IberiaBank to the Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals in an amount not to exceed $300,000.00, as advised by legal counsel. The motion carried.
Authority to Sign
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to give the Chairman of the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District, Tim Dupont, authority to execute any amendments or resolutions required to the Cooperative Endeavor Lease Agreement between the Lower Cameron Hospital Service District and Stonebridge Properties as recommended by legal counsel. The motion carried.
Adjournment
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to adjourn the meeting.
The Motion Carried.
Approved this 17th day of October 2018.
Approval:
Tim Dupont,
Chairman
Lower Cameron
Hospital Service District
Attest:
Margaret Jones,
Secretary-Treasurer
Lower Cameron
Hospital Service District
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F-11

MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE
LOWER CAMERON HOSPITAL SERVICE DISTRICT
The Board of Directors of Lower Cameron Hospital Service District met in regular session on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. Members present were as follows:
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman; Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer; Dinah Billings; Delisa LaLande.
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman; Shawn Bonsall; Nedia Trahan.
Guests: Jennifer Jones, Cameron Parish District Attorney; Leslie Trahan, Stonebridge Properties; Erica Williams, SCMH - Calcasieu Oaks; Braden Ryder, SCMH - COO
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order by Tim Dupont, Chairman.
Pledge of Allegiance
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Tim Dupont.
Roll Call
Tim Dupont conducted the roll call.
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman; Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer; Dinah Billings and Delisa Lalande.
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman; Shawn Bonsall and Nedia Trahan.
Public Comment
Tim Dupont opened the floor for any public comment on matters to be discussed during the meeting. There was no public comment.
OLD BUSINESS
Ad Valorem Taxes / Northstar Offshore Group, LLC
There was no new information concerning this matter.
FEMA PW Update
There was no new information concerning this matter.
Flood Insurance Waiver
There was no new information concerning this matter.
NEW BUSINESS
Financial Information
Jennifer Jones reported to the Board that she and Mr. Jack Stolier had a meeting with Charles Castille, Executive Director of the Louisiana Rural Hospital Coalition; Brenda Faber, a lobbyist; and Matthew Block, Executive Counsel for Governor John Bel Edwards. She said that they discussed the Hospital’s problems with lack of Ad Valorem taxes due to the diminishing taxable values in Cameron Parish. She said that each year the Coalition requests over $100 million in funding to assist rural hospitals throughout the state. Mr. Castille had said that South Cameron Memorial Hospital would be an excellent candidate for funding because the Hospital did not benefit during the recent Medicaid expansion due to the lack of Medicaid population in the Parish. Mr. Block had said that he was also confident in getting the Hospital the needed assistance because during Governor Edwards’ time as in office no rural hospital in the State of Louisiana had been forced to close due to lack of operational funding. Mr. Castille did say that the Hospital would have to submit a specific amount for continuing operations before any request could be sent through the State and that funding would not be available until late in the spring of 2019.
Management Report
Leslie Trahan reported on continuing efforts to separate the financial statements for the Hospital and Calcasieu Oaks.
On census information for the month of October she said that ER visits were at 98 with no regular of observation admissions into the Hospital. The clinic had seen 32 patients during the month and the pharmacy had processed 295 prescriptions. Radiology had performed 9 CT scans, 5 outpatient X-Rays and 36 ER X-Rays in October. The Lab had performed 42 ER procedures, 24 outpatient procedures and 110 procedures for patients at the Calcasieu Oaks facility. Calcasieu Oaks had 75 admissions in September for a total of 582 patient days, an ADC of 18.77 and was also running at a 98% billing approval rate for the year.
Braden Ryder reported to the Board that he had received quotes from both GE Healthcare and Phillips Healthcare to replace equipment as follows:
CT Equipment; X-Ray Equipment; Mobile X-Ray; Total
Phillips; $259,074.00; $175,000.00; $129,000.00; $563,074.00
GE; $234,895.00; $110,099.00; $114,560.00; $459,554.00
There was a discussion concerning both company’s strengths, current business models and Braden presented the Board with a 4-year financial summary of each company’s stock market performance.
Braden also reported that the Hospital currently has a Fluoroscopy medical imaging unit that has not been used and could be sold to offset some of the expense of the new equipment.
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Dinah Billings it was moved to advertise for bids for the sale of the Fluoroscopy medical imaging unit owned by the District. The motion carried.
On a motion by Dinah Billings, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to accept the Management Report for November 2018. The motion carried.
District Bills
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to pay the following invoices for the month of November:
Sullivan, Stolier, $ 11,925.00.00, Legal Fees
Executive Session - Strategic Planning
No Executive Session was needed for the month of November.
Adjournment
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Dinah Billings it was moved to adjourn the meeting.
The Motion Carried.
Approved this 18th day of December 2018.
Approval:
Tim Dupont, Chairman
Lower Cameron Hospital
Service District
Attest:
Margaret Jones,
Secretary-Treasurer
Lower Cameron
Hospital Service District
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MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE
LOWER CAMERON HOSPITAL SERVICE DISTRICT
The Board of Directors of Lower Cameron Hospital Service District met in regular session on Wednesday, December 18, 2018. Members present were as follows:
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman; Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer; Dinah Billings; Delisa LaLande.
Absent: Shawn Bonsall; Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman; Nedia Trahan.
Guests: Jennifer Jones, Cameron Parish District Attorney; Leslie Trahan, Stonebridge Properties; Erica Williams, SCMH - Calcasieu Oaks; Jack Stolier (via phone), Sullivan, Stolier, Schulze & Grubb; Louisiana State Senator Eric LaFleur (via phone)
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order by Tim Dupont, Chairman.
Pledge of Allegiance
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Tim Dupont.
Roll Call
Tim Dupont conducted the roll call.
Present: Tim Dupont, Chairman; Margaret Jones, Secretary-Treasurer; Dinah Billings and Delisa Lalande.
Absent: Brenda Boudreaux, Vice-Chairman; Shawn Bonsall and Nedia Trahan.
Approval of Minutes from October 17, 2018 and November 28, 2018 meetings
On a motion by Delisa LaLande seconded by Dinah Billings it was moved to approve minutes from the October 17th and November 28th meetings. The motion carried.
Public Comment
Tim Dupont opened the floor for any public comment on matters to be discussed during the meeting. There was no public comment.
OLD BUSINESS
Ad Valorem Taxes / Northstar Offshore Group, LLC
There was no new information concerning this matter.
FEMA PW Update
Mr. Fawvor reported to the Board that he had received notification from Ms Jaborie Green, the Closeout Specialist working on PW # 3850, that GOHSEP was in the final phase of closing PW # 3850. He said that this PW was for the contents of the Hospital and the total amount expended was $2,657,289.47. Of that amount the District had contributed insurance payments totaling $576,231.34 and FEMA had provided the remaining $2,081,056.13. He said that with this closeout that only leaves the PW that was used to build the Hospital still open.
Flood Insurance Waiver
Jennifer Jones reported to the Board that Leslie Trahan had provided Brian Grubb; of Sullivan, Stolier, Schulez & Grubb; with a breakdown of expenses for the Hospital, not including the Calcasieu Oaks facility, and that should be the final item in procuring a tax waver from the Louisiana Insurance Commission. Once that approval is in place then the Hospital will only have to provide flood coverage equivalent to 2% of its yearly revenue and the waver will cover the remainder as required by the Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. Leslie Trahan said that lowering the flood insurance required from full replacement value to $2,500,000.00 would result in a premium savings of approximately $42,750.00 per year.
NEW BUSINESS
IGT - CT Equipment
Leslie Trahan reported that the CT-Scan unit at the Hospital was completely non-functional and that all ER visits which required a CT-Scan were being diverted to other hospitals with functioning units. She said that any ER visits not requiring CT-Scans were still being handled here at the Hospital. Estimates to repair the current CT-Scan unit is approximately $46,000.00. She said that in her opinion it was not a good business move to spend $46,000.00 on a unit that must be replaced due to obsolescence. She said that she had gotten quotes for replacement of the unit from Phillips Healthcare in the amount of $259,000.00 and GE Healthcare in the amount of $239,000.00. Her recommendation was to go with the unit from GE Healthcare because not only was it less expensive but there were also more technicians who worked in this area to service the new unit.
A discussion then took place regarding the various funding methods from state and federal agencies and which one would provide the best return for the District’s reserve funds. Leslie Trahan said that some of the funding methods were available right now, but others would provide a better return on the District’s money, but they will not be available until the state’s new fiscal year which starts on July 1st. In addition, the District could apply for a capital outlay funding, but that money could take from 12 to 18 months and there is no guarantee that the District’s request would be approved. It was decided to contact the District’s medical legal counsel, Jack Stolier and the District’s auditor, Joey Breaux, before deciding which funding method to use.
Adopt 2019 Budget
Mr. Fawvor presented the following budget for the Board to review:
Lower Cameron Hospital Service District 2019 Budget
Revenues:
Ad Valorem Taxes, $900,000.00
State Revenue Sharing, $1,475.00
Property Rentals, $4,000.00
Oil & Gas Revenues, $600.00
Building Rent, $112,800.00
Interest, $2,000.00
Total Revenues, $1,020,875.00
Expenditures:
Cooperative Endeavor Agreement, $1,500,000.00
Depreciation Expense, $596,405.00
Legal & Professional, $50,000.00
Publication of Minutes, $850.00
Filing Fees, $250.00
Grounds Maintenance, $10,000.00
Postage, $100.00
Office Supplies, $300.00
Contract Labor, $9,600.00
Insurance, $600.00
Total Expenses, $2,168,105.00
Excess of Revenues over Expenditures, ($1,147,230.00)
NOTE: The Lower Cameron Hospital Service District recognizes that current expenditures exceeds current revenues causing a deficit spending balance in the above budget. However, the District is seeking alternate funding methods, including Federal Matching Grants to balance the budget moving forward except for Depreciation Expense from FEMA grants.
Disclaimer: The Lower Cameron Hospital Service District is considered to operate as an enterprise fund, under the Local Government Budget Act found in Louisiana Revised Statute (R.S) 39:1301-1315 does not required the District to adopt a budget. This budget has been adopted to provide additional information to Board Members making financial decisions and to comply with LLA's best practices in government.
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Dinah Billings it was moved to adopt the 2019 budget. The motion carried.
Adopt 2019 Meeting Dates for Publication
On a motion by Delisa LaLande, seconded by Margaret Jones it was moved to adopt the following meeting dates for 2019:
APPROVED 2019 MEETING SCHEDULE
LOWER CAMERON HOSPITAL SERVICE DISTRICT
Meeting Location: Conference Room, South Cameron Memorial Hospital - East Wing, 5360 W Creole Hwy., Cameron, LA 70631
Meeting Time: 5:30 p.m.
Meeting Dates:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
The motion carried.
Financial Information
Mr. Fawvor presented the Board with a deposit record of all checks received in December including a check in the amount of $16,283.35 from the Cameron Parish Tax Collector’s Office and he said that most of this check was for 2019 tax collections. He also reported that Stonebridge had made their December rent payment in the amount of $9,400.00. Next, he gave the Board a comparison Balance Sheet for December 2018 vs. December 2017 showing an increase in the General Fund balance of $83,618.45 and a decrease in the Maintenance Fund of $659,349.38. He said that once the last FEMA PW is closed out the Board could transfer the funds remaining in the Construction Account and Flood Insurance CD totaling $506,000.00 to the Maintenance Fund to partially make up for lost tax revenues in 2018. Finally, he gave the Board reconciled bank statements for review along with a list of all outstanding checks. On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to accept the financial information presented. The motion carried.
Management Report
Leslie Trahan presented the Board with financial statements for the month of November including a Balance Sheet and Operating Statement for all operations combined and separate Operating Statements for the Hospital and Calcasieu Oaks. She then presented the Board with new insurance premiums for 2019, including Property, Auto, General & Professional Liability and Workers Compensation totaling $285,875.23. She said that there was an increase of about $5,500.00 over the 2018 premiums which in her view was considerably less that she had been expecting.
She then presented the Board with a 3-Year Capital Expenditure Budget totaling $987,716.03. She said the Mr. Stolier had requested this budget to submit to the Governor Edwards’ Office so that everyone would have a clear idea on the amount of money it would take to modernize all the Hospital’s diagnostic systems and perform much needed repairs to primary Hospital operating machinery. She then presented the Board with an alternate Capital Expenditure Budget including replacing the current HVAC unit instead of just repairing the existing unit. She estimated that plan would cost an addition $1,000,000.00 or more because the HVAC system is tied into several of the other primary systems used in Hospital operations. She also said an engineering firm would have to be employed just to get a reasonable estimate of the actual costs.
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Dinah Billings it was moved to accept the management report for December. The motion carried.
District Bills
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to pay the following invoices for the month of December:
Lester, Miller & Wells, $ 3,465.00, Accounting Fees
Executive Session - Strategic Planning
No Executive Session was needed for the month of December.
Adjournment
On a motion by Margaret Jones, seconded by Delisa LaLande it was moved to adjourn the meeting.
The Motion Carried.
Approved this 16th day of January, 2019.
Approval:
Tim Dupont,
Chairman
Lower Cameron Hospital
Service District
Attest:
Margaret Jones,
Secretary-Treasurer
Lower Cameron
Hospital Service District
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
SP#4334
Sealed bids will be received by the Procurement Section of the Division of Administration, 1201 N. 3rd. St., 2nd. Floor, Suite 2-160, (P.O. Box 94095), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 10:00 a.m. for the following:
RFX No. 3000012052 - Burlap Sacks - WLF, 2/21/19
Bid proposal forms, information and specifications may be obtained by accessing the bid number in LaPac at www.doa.Louisiana.gov/osp or from the procurement section listed above. No bids will be received after the date and hour specified. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities.
Paula Tregre
Director of State
Procurement
FAX (225) 342-8688
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F-14

Final Notice and Public
Explanation of a Proposed
Activity in a 100-Year
Floodplain and Wetlands
To: All interested Agencies, Groups and Individuals
This is to give notice that the Cameron Parish Police Jury has conducted an evaluation as required by Executive Order 11988 and/or 11990, in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures for Making Determinations on Floodplain and Wetlands Management, to determine the potential affect that its activity in the floodplain and in wetlands will have on the human environment for the Rockefeller Refuge Shoreline Protection Project under Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Parish Implemented Recovery Program funds. The project consists of a shoreline protection feature constructed with aggregate materials located just off the coastline Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in the Gulf of Mexico and being installed parallel to the shoreline. Gaps within this shoreline protection feature are proposed to facilitate material and organism linkages. The Department of Army, Corps of Engineers issued a permit on September 28, 2016 to construct approximately nine miles of this offshore breakwater to combat the direct loss of wetlands. The total amount of CDBG-DR funds approved to be utilized for this project is $4,270,262.72 and approximately one mile of the breakwater feature will be constructed utilizing the CDBG-DR funding.
The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority teamed with the National Marine Fisheries Service to implement this shoreline protection project with the segment currently under construction known as ME-18. The ME-18 project is funded and authorized in accordance with the Coastal Wetlands Planning Protection and Restoration Act. Through the thorough engineering and design phase of ME-18 various alternatives were considered including 6 Layouts, 15 different Construction Materials, 7 Base/Sublayers, 4 Offshore Levee Designs, 9 Sediment Fill Systems and 22 shoreline Armoring Systems.
The goal of that alternative analysis was to find a shoreline protection solution which could prevent beach erosion for up to a Category 1 hurricane and be designed, constructed, monitored, and maintained over a 20-year design life. Approximately seven million dollars was expended constructing the top three alternatives and subsequently monitoring the success of the alternatives. The methods used to monitor and gauge the success of each alternative included topographic and bathymetric surveying, aerial photography, ground-level photography, wave gauging, tide gauges, and settlement plates. The design selected through that testing and selection process was a reef breakwater with a lightweight aggregate core located along the -3.0 ft. water bottom contour, i.e., the alternative to be constructed with CDBG-DR funding.
As mentioned, this project has already been permitted by the Department of Army, Corps of Engineers to construct approximately nine miles of this offshore breakwater system. Because this proposed project has already been reviewed by numerous federal, state, and local agencies as part of the Corps of Engineers public notice process and since the Cameron Parish Police Jury intends to utilize CDBG-DR funds for the alternative selected and permitted to construct a segment of this overall project, the Parish did not consider any additional alternatives with the exception of the "No Build" alternative.
The "No Build" alternative would not address the significant land loss, thus wetlands loss that is occurring at the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge. Photographs taken over the past decade show the shoreline receding to the north exposing the marsh/wetlands leading to the exposed area. Thus the "No Build" alternative would result in the continuation of a receded shoreline with the displacement of vegetative protection critical for this area and its ecology.
There are three primary purposes for this notice. First, people who may be affected by activities in 100-year floodplains and wetlands and those who have an interest in the protection of the natural environment should be given an opportunity to express their concerns and provide information about these areas. Second, an adequate public notice program can be an important public educational tool. The dissemination of information about 100-year floodplains and wetlands can facilitate and enhance Federal efforts to reduce the risks associated with the occupancy and modification of these special areas. Third, as a matter of fairness, when the Federal government determines it will participate in actions taking place in 100-year floodplains and wetlands, it must inform those who may be put at greater or continued risk.
The project file with the details available is located at the Cameron Parish Police Jury Administrative Office and may be examined during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, Louisiana. Comments may be submitted to Parish Administrator Ryan Bourriaque, Cameron Parish Police Jury, P O Box 1280, Cameron, Louisiana 70631-1280 until February 22, 2019. No action will be taken before that date.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
(NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO INTRODUCE
BILL - SLS 19RS-126)
Public notice is hereby given that there may be introduced at the session of the Legislature to be convened on April 8, 2019, a bill relative to the Calcasieu-Cameron Navigation District Board of Commissioners; to provide relative to board meetings; and to provide for related matters.
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NOTICE
Cameron Parish
Water and Wastewater
District One
Post Office Box 960
Cameron, Louisiana 70631
Phone: 337-775-5660 /
Fax: 337-775-5709
E-mail: 126water@camtel.net
***SEE BOLD PRINT AT BOTTOM***
Cameron Parish Water and WW District 1 is currently in violation of the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes as set forth by the State [Part XII of the Louisiana State Sanitary Code (LAC 51:XII)] and the Federal Primary Drinking Water Regulations (40 CFR Part 141).
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (LDH) set drinking water standards and requires the disinfection of drinking water. Where disinfection is used in the treatment of drinking water, disinfectants combine with naturally occurring organic and inorganic matter present in water to form chemicals called disinfection byproducts (DBPs). EPA and LDH set standards for controlling the levels of disinfectants and DBPs in drinking water, including trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acid (HAAs). Some people who drink water containing THMs in excess of the MCL over many years may experience problems with their liver, kidneys, or central nervous system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer.
In December 1998, EPA set enforceable drinking water standards for TTHMs at 80 parts per billion (ppb) and for HAA5 at 60 parts per billion (ppb) to reduce the risk of cancer or other adverse health effects. Compliance with the TTHMs and HAA5 standard for public water systems serving less than 10,000 individuals initially became effective and enforceable on January 1, 2004. Compliance with the TTHMs standard is determined by calculating a locational running annual average (LRAA) of quarterly TTHMs sample results. Compliance calculations performed for the first quarter of 2019 show that the system’s current TTHMs LRAA is 91 ppb at DBP02 - 799 Davis Road; thus, the system is currently in violation of the TTHMs standard.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. EPA and LDHH do not consider this violation to have any serious adverse health effects on human health as a result of short-term exposure; however, continued long-term exposure to TTHMs and HAA5 levels above the standard (e.g., 20 years of exposure) has the potential to have serious adverse effects on human health.
To correct this problem we are in the planning process of adding a new well and ground storage tanks to our system. This process will help distribute the chlorine levels and along with the storage tanks the addition of in-tank aeration to reduce disinfection byproducts such as trihalomethanes and haloacetic acid (THMs and HAAs).
For additional information concerning this notice please contact Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District #1 at 337-775-5660.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY (LDEQ)
Cameron Parish Police Jury,
Solid Waste Transfer Station
ADMINISTRATIVE
COMPLETENESS
DETERMINATION
The LDEQ, Office of Environmental Services, has reviewed a Title V air permit application from the Cameron Parish Police Jury, P. O. Box 1280, Cameron, LA 70631 for the Solid Waste Transfer Station and determined that it is administratively complete. The application was received on January 31,2019. The facility is located at 2935 Trosclair Road in Creole, LA, Cameron Parish.
Cameron Parish Police Jury proposes to obtain a Title V air permit.
Inquiries or requests for additional information regarding this application should be directed to Tabitha Tourere, LDEQ, Environmental Assistance Division, P. O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, phone (225) 219-3286.
Persons wishing to be included on the LDEQ permit public notice mailing list or for other public participation related questions should contact the Public Participation Group in writing at LDEQ, P. O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, by email at DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@LA.GOV or contact the LDEQ Customer Service Center at (225) 219-LDEQ (219-5337).
Permit public notices can be viewed at the LDEQ permits public notice webpage at http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/apps/pubNotice/default.asp and general information related to the public participation in permitting activities can be viewed at www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/tabid/2198/Default.aspx.
Alternatively, individuals may elect to receive the permit public notices via email by subscribing to the LDEQ permits public notice List Server at http://louisiana.gov/Services/Email_Notifications_DEQ_PN/.
All correspondence should specify AI Number 81024, Permit Number 0560-00159-V0, and Activity Number PER20190001.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY (LDEQ)
Cameron Parish Police Jury, Sweet Lake Solid Waste
Collection Site
ADMINISTRATIVE
COMPLETENESS
DETERMINATION
The LDEQ, Office of Environmental Services, has reviewed a Title V air permit application from the Cameron Parish Police Jury, P. O. Box 1280, Cameron, LA 70631 for the Sweet Lake Solid Waste Collection Site and determined that it is administratively complete. The application was received on January 31,2019. The facility is located at 696 LeBoeuf Road in Sweet Lake, LA, Cameron Parish.
Cameron Parish Police Jury proposes to obtain a Title V air permit.
Inquiries or requests for additional information regarding this application should be directed to Tabitha Tourere, LDEQ, Environmental Assistance Division, P. O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, phone (225) 219-3286.
Persons wishing to be included on the LDEQ permit public notice mailing list or for other public participation related questions should contact the Public Participation Group in writing at LDEQ, P. O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, by email at DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@LA.GOV or contact the LDEQ Customer Service Center at (225) 219-LDEQ (219-5337).
Permit public notices can be viewed at the LDEQ permits public notice webpage at http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/apps/pubNotice/default.asp and general information related to the public participation in permitting activities can be viewed at www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/tabid/2198/Default.aspx.
Alternatively, individuals may elect to receive the permit public notices via email by subscribing to the LDEQ permits public notice List Server at http://louisiana.gov/Services/Email_Notifications_DEQ_PN/.
All correspondence should specify AI Number 51692, Permit Number 0560-00158-V0, and Activity Number PER20190001.
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CAMERON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Openings for 2018-2019 School Year
Fully Certified Teachers and Support Staff
Hackberry High School
Mr. Jimmy Witherwax, Principal – (337) 762-3305 or Jimmy_witherwax@camsch.org
Assistant Principal
(Deadline to submit application is 12:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 19th)
For the position listed, applicants should download the Certified Personnel Application from www.camsch.org and schedule an interview with the contact person listed. The applicant must submit the completed application packet, including required letters of recommendation, official transcripts, Praxis scores and any other data, to the principal or contact person listed prior to interview.
Available positions will continually be updated at www.camsch.org.
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• NOTICE OF POLLING PLACES •
According to Susan Racca, Clerk of Court of Cameron Parish, in accordance with Title 18:535B of the Louisiana Election Code, the following is the official listing of the locations of Polling Places for the upcoming Primary Election to be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

— POLLING PLACES —

• Precinct 1, location: Johnson Bayou Recreation Center
135 Berwick Road, Johnson Bayou, Cameron, LA 70631

• Precinct 2, location: Cameron Fire Station
449 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA

• Precinct 4, location: Hackberry Recreation Center
1250 Recreation Circle, Hackberry, LA 70645

• Precinct 5-N location: Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy. 384, Grand Lake, LA 70607

• Precinct 5-S location: Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy. 384, Grand Lake, LA 70607

• Precinct 8, location: Lowry Fire Station
460 Lowry Hwy., Lowry, LA

• Precinct 9, location: Klondike Community Center
434 Veterans Memorial Drive, Klondike, LA 70542

• Precinct 12 location: Muria Fire Station
125 Muria Rd., Creole, LA 70632

• Precinct 13, location: Creole Fire Station
184-B East Creole Hwy., Creole, LA 70632

• Precinct 15, location: Cameron Fire Station
449 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA 70631

• Precinct 16-A location: Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy. 384, Grand Lake, LA

• Precinct 16-B location: Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy. 384, Grand Lake, LA

• Precinct 16-C location: Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy. 384, Grand Lake, LA

• Precinct 17 location: Grand Chenier Fire Station
4011 Grand Chenier Hwy., Grand Chenier, LA

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Minutes of Meeting
Cameron Parish
Gravity Drainage District 9
January 8, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
Hackberry Community Center
ADMINISTRATIVE:
Wesley Hardin: President
Jared Desormeaux: Vice President
Veronica Sellers: Secretary/Treasurer
Members Present: Wesley Hardin, Will Aucoin, Gordon Gremillion, Bobby Stansel, Jared Desormeaux, Brad Hinton
Members Absent: None
Guests: Gary Johnson, Accu-Line Surveying
The December minutes and the December treasurer report were distributed to the board for review prior to the meeting. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to approve the minutes and treasurers report. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to approve the minutes as presented and Gordon Gremillion seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Will Aucoin made a motion to approve the treasurer report and Bobby Stansel seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
BOARD BUSINESS:
1. Wesley Hardin opened the meeting for Public Comments on all agenda items.
2. Gary Johnson, Accu-Line Surveying, brought a physical map of the laterals for the board to review.
3. Wesley Hardin told the board it was time to adopt the 2019 budget. The board made some adjustments to the previous year’s budget to reflect the needs for this year. After reviewing the new budget, the board accepted the changes. Wesley Hardin asked if there was motion to adopt the 2019 budget. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to adopt the 2019 budget and Bobby Stansel seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
4. The board discussed the salt water intrusion in west Hackberry.
5. The board discussed other drainage issues.
6. Brad Hinton updated the board on drainage projects that he was working.
7. The board had two (2) permits to review for approval: Harves Midstream, Shelf Energy. After reviewing the permits, the board agreed to approve the permit. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to approve the permits. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to approve the permit and Gordon Gremillion seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
8. The board reviewed the invoices for the month. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to pay the invoices. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to pay the invoices and Will Aucoin seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
9. The board’s next meeting will be on February 5, 2019.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned.
Minutes prepared and submitted by Veronica Sellers, Secretary/Treasurer.
WESLEY HARDIN
President
VERONICA SELLERS
Secretary/Treasurer
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PROCEEDINGS
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
JANUARY 14, 2019
The Cameron Parish Police Jury met in regular session on Monday, January 14, 2019, in the Cameron Parish West Annex Board Room in the Village of Cameron, Louisiana at 2:00 o'clock p.m. The following members were present: Mr. Davy Doxey, Mr. Kirk Quinn, Mr. Joe Dupont, Mr. Darryl Farque, Mr. Terry Beard and Mr. Lawrence Faulk. The following members were absent: Mr. Magnus McGee, and Mr. Anthony Hicks.
There was no Public Comment on the agenda items.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the reading of the minutes shall be dispensed with and approved.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the floor is hereby opened for nominations for the office of President. It was moved by Mr. Farque and seconded by Mr. Quinn, that Joe Dupont is hereby nominated for the position of President. Hearing no other nominations, it was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, to close the nominations for the office of President.
Mr. Dupont was elected President by acclamation.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, that the floor is hereby opened for nominations for the office of Vice President. It was moved by Mr. Quinn and seconded by Mr. Beard that Darryl Farque is hereby nominated for the position of Vice President. Hearing no other nominations for the position of Vice President, it was moved by Mr. Quinn and seconded by Mr. Beard, to close the nominations for the office of Vice President.
Mr. Farque was elected Vice-President by acclamation.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the board hereby appoints Darrell Williams to the position of Parish Secretary for a one-year term.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, that the board hereby approves to add the following
items to the agenda: (Item 21) Authority to allocate funds not to exceed $107,000.00 from the Courthouse and Jail Fund for Courthouse Security Personnel and Construction Projects to comply with Courthouse Security Recommendations.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the applications for the following drilling and Pipeline permits be and the same are hereby approved with the stipulations set forth by the respective Gravity Drainage Districts:
a. Robertson Midstream, LLC - Black Bayou Field, Sections 8 & 17, T12S, R12W, (proposed to install (4) 8-inch flowlines from Black Bayou Central Facility to Black Bayou Marine Transfer Facility), Cameron Parish, LA. (190102)
b. White Oak Operating Co., LLC - Cameron, Backridge Field, Section26, T14S, R9W, (proposed well location to drill the ABB 2 RB SUA; J.A. Davis 26 No. 005 Well), Cameron Parish, LA. (190105)
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the applications for the following permits be and the same are hereby approved with the stipulations set forth by the respective Gravity Drainage Districts:
a. Enlink Midstream - East Bank of Sabine River, lat. 30 2 11.67, Long. -93 44 4.58, (proposed to modify an existing valve on 18-inch pipeline for maintenance purposes), Cameron Parish, LA. (190101)
b. Chevron Environmental Management Company - Big Lake Field, Lat. 30 1 6.91, long. -93 15 50.54, (proposed Greg Ogea Restoration; perform site restoration activities and removal of oilfield debris), Cameron Parish, LA. (190103)
c. Robertson Midstream, LLC - Hackberry, Section 28, T12S, R12W, (proposed to install (2) concrete foundation pads for communications equipment associated with existing gas pipelines), Cameron Parish, LA. (190104)
d. Moffatt & Nichol - Cameron, Sections 1, 4, & 5, T15S-R10W, T14S-R9W (proposed bore locations for geotechnical evaluation at 34 different sites for a location intended to support a future LNG Terminal and facilities), Cameron Parish, LA. (190106)
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board does hereby reappoint D.J. Fournerat to the Beachfront Development District No. One Board.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board does hereby reappoint Becky Hebert to the Beachfront Development District No. Two Board.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried the board does hereby reappoint Sam Coleman to the Fire Protection District No. Ten Board.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried the board does hereby reappoint Larry Jinks to the Fire Protection District No. Ten Board.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board does hereby reappoint Gene Reese to the Fire Protection District No. Fourteen Board.
It was moved by Mr. Beard, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried the board does hereby reappoint Thomas McDaniel to the Library Board of Control Board.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried the board does hereby table the appointment for the Waterworks District No. Two Board to the next meeting for the expired term of Mark Trahan.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board does hereby reappoint Lynn Griffin to the Lower Cameron Hospital District No. Two Board.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, to conduct a public hearing to hear comments, written or oral, regarding the intention of the board to abandon a portion of the following parish road:
1) Parish Road 3143 (Davis Road), 7,465 ft. (approximately 1.414 miles) of the southern end of Davis Road, located in Sections 36 & 37, T15S-R10W, Cameron, LA.
Public comment included support of the road abandonment from Cameron Speaks, LLC. Ms. Cyndi Sellers expressed concern with abandoning access to the Cameron Jetties and facilities but acknowledged the road abandonment’s necessity to move the Parish forward. She did ask questions regarding the following; when the road closure would take place, relocation of public utilities, when will the pier and RV park facility close and will it be relocated. Ms. Sellers also addressed the issue of emergency response personnel access if an emergency occurs. Administration staff stated that those issues and questions have been addressed and would provide that information to Ms. Sellers. With no written comments received, upon conclusion of the oral comments the President closed the hearing.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the following resolution is declared duly adopted contingent upon final investment decisions concerning Venture LNG:
RESOLUTION
STATE OF LOUISIANA
PARISH OF CAMERON
BE IT RESOLVED by the Cameron Parish Police Jury in regular session convened on this 14th day of January, 2019, that:
SECTION I: The following described public road right of way, the same being of no further public use, necessity or convenience, be and the same are hereby abandoned:
(1) Parish Road 3143 (Davis Road); 7,465 ft. (approximately 1.414 miles) of the southern end of Davis Road, located in Sections 36 & 37, T15S-R10W, Cameron, LA.
ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 14th day of January, 2019.
APPROVED:
JOE DUPONT, PRESIDENT
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
ATTEST:
DARRELL WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried, the board does hereby authorize, empower and direct the President to sign the Grant Consultant Contract for the Rockefeller Shoreline Protection Project No. 12-PARA-3301 with Minvielle & Associates, Inc.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, that the following resolution is declared duly adopted:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Cameron Parish Police Jury seeks to enforce any and all available remedies it may have and to seek any damages it may be entitled to, related to the national, statewide, and/or local opioid litigation and that a real necessity exists to pursue its rights and remedies;
WHEREAS, the Cameron Parish Police Jury acknowledges that its general counsel, the Cameron Parish District Attorney’s Office, does not possess the resources, staff, or specific expertise to handle such litigation and that because the Cameron Parish District Attorney’s Office does not have the resources, staff, or expertise to properly and effectively handle the matter a “real necessity exists” for the employment of special counsel to represent the Parish’s interest therein;
WHEREAS, the Cameron Parish Police Jury seeks to retain outside counsel with specific expertise to handle the Opioid Litigation on a contingency fee basis, as the Parish does not possess the resources to pay the potential attorney fees on an hourly basis, nor the potential expenses in advance;
WHEREAS, other Parishes have retained outside counsel with specific expertise to handle the opioid litigation on a contingency fee basis in a similar or identical basis;
WHEREAS, the Cameron Parish Police Jury has sought to retain and has agreed to a proposed contingency fee contract with attorneys John F. Young, Michael G. Stag, L.L.C. and Stag Liuzza, L.L.C., Smith & Fawer, L.L.C., Alvendia, Kelly, and Demarest, L.L.C., Chehardy, Sherman, Williams, Murray, Recile, Stakelum & Hayes, L.L.P., and Anthony Irpino of lrpino, Avin & Hawkins, subject to the provisions of LSA-R.S. 42:263, said Contract consistent with requirements of the Louisiana Attorney General with a maximum contingency of 25% on the first ten million recovered, 20% on any recovery between ten million and twenty million, and 15% of any recovery over twenty million;
WHEREAS, the fee shall be in accordance with the Attorney General fee schedule for Opioid Claims initiated by Parishes;
WHEREAS, the Cameron Parish Police Jury acknowledges that LSA-R.S. 42:263 requires a specific resolution and approval of the Louisiana Attorney General before retaining such specific outside counsel;
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Cameron Parish Police Jury in a duly conveyed session on January 14, 2019, voted formally to approve the contingency fee contract and to formally request that the Louisiana Attorney General approve the hiring of such special counsel pursuant to the proposed contingency fee contract as is required by LSA-R.S. 42:263;
This resolution was declared adopted on January 14, 2019 at its regular meeting where a Quorum was present. The vote was as follows:
YEAS: Joe Dupont, Darryl Farque, Lawrence Faulk, Kirk Quinn, Terry Beard, and Davy Doxey
NAYS: None
ABSENT: Anthony Hicks and Magnus McGee
APPROVED:
JOE DUPONT, PRESIDENT
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
ATTEST:
DARRELL WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, the board does hereby authorize, empower and direct the President to sign the Contract for Legal Services with John F. Young, Michael G. Stag, L.L.C. and Stag Liuzza, L.L.C., Smith & Fawer, L.L.C., Alvendia, Kelly, and Demarest, L.L.C., Chehardy, Sherman, Williams, Murray, Recile, Stakelum & Hayes, L.L.P., and Anthony Irpino of Irpino, Avin & Hawkins, pertaining to Opioid Litigation.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, that the Secretary is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to advertise for Notice of Intention of the Police Jury to abandon the following described public Right-of-Way, the same being of no further public use, necessity or convenience and that a public hearing be held to receive comments concerning the proposed abandonment at the regular meeting to be held Friday, March 8, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Cameron Parish Police Jury Meeting Room of the West Annex Building, Cameron, Louisiana:
a. Parish Road 543 (Romero Road); located in Section 10, T15S, R14W, (Johnson Bayou) Cameron, LA
The following plan change was offered by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Doxey and declared duly adopted:
PLAN CHANGE AND/OR
SPECIAL AGREEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER
0610E 12PARA3202
CAMERON COURTHOUSE
RENOVATIONS
CHANGE ORDER NO. 8 - Additional work identified (as described below, total contract increase $12,339.14 and increase in contract time 39 additional days:
a. COR #43 - Add wall & Relocate door & access control in Corridor 309 & providing 2 desks for courtroom per ASI #16RV - increase $7,879.86, increase 25 additional days.
b. COR #44 - Provide 3 phase power to garage door - increase $1,759.98, increase 10 additional days.
c. COR #45 - Additional concrete Bush hammering in Civil room for floor leveling - increase $2,699.30, increase 4 additional days.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried, that the Treasurer is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to pay the December 2018 bills.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, the board does hereby allocate funds not to exceed One hundred seven thousand, ($107,000.00) from the Courthouse and Jail Fund for Courthouse Security Personnel and Construction Projects to comply with Courthouse Security Recommendations.
There being no further business, it was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the meeting was declared adjourned.
APPROVED:
JOE DUPONT,
PRESIDENT
ATTEST:
DARRELL WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY
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PROCEEDINGS
The Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 10 met in Regular session on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at the Waterworks office in Johnson Bayou.
Members present were: Mrs. Connie Trahan, Mr. Kent Carlson, Mr. Jim Snyder, Mr. Wesley Roberts, and Mr. Nathan Griffith. Members absent were none.
Guests attending were Rhonda Morrison, Carl Trahan, Jeffery Landry, and Andy Toups.
It was moved by Mr. Griffith to call the meeting to order.
The prayer was led by Mr. Roberts. The pledge was said by all present.
Public Comment period was given on all agenda items.
It was moved by Mr. Snyder and seconded by Mr. Carlson and carried to accept the minutes as read.
Andy Toups with KATs Services & More, LLC discussed with the Board of Directors, the quote given to upgrade the SCADA system throughout the Waterworks facilities. It was moved by Mr. Snyder to accept the quote of $26,200.00 to upgrade the current SCADA system from the obsolete system currently in place. No public comment was made. The motion was seconded by Mr. Carlson and carried by all present.
Rhonda presented a rate study sample to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors requested more information with specific details and would like for Todd Abshire with LRWA to attend the February meeting.
The Board of Directors discussed drilling 2 new wells in the near future and to begin the legal process of leasing land and drilling. Mr. Griffith will obtain more information and it will be discussed at the February meeting.
It was moved by Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mr. Roberts and carried to approve the bills as paid.
With no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mr. Griffith, seconded by Mr. Snyder and carried to adjourn the meeting at 6:15 p.m.
R.S. 44:33.1 - Public records can be obtained by contacting Rhonda Morrison at (337) 569-2110 or 6246 Gulf Beach Hwy. in Johnson Bayou, Louisiana.
The next Waterworks meeting will be held in March 2019.
Approved:
Nathan Griffith - President
Attest:
Connie Trahan, Secretary
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