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CAMERON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Openings for 2018-2019 School Year
Fully Certified Teachers and Support Staff
Central Office
Mrs. Courtnie King, Supervisor of Special Education - (337) 775-5784
or courtnie_king@camsch.org
Licensed Social Worker

Critical Shortage Position:

Educational Diagnostician
Applicant must have a current teaching certificate with Educational Diagnostician Certification.
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL THE POSITIONS ARE FILLED
For the positions 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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PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given in compliance with La. R.S. 42:19.1, that the governing authority of Gravity Drainage District No. Eight of Cameron Parish, Louisiana, will meet in open and public session on Thursday, the 20th day of September, 2018 at 6:00 o’clock p.m., at the Waterworks office on 111 Dennis Lane, Grand Lake, Louisiana, to consider calling an election to be held on March 30, 2019 in Gravity Drainage District No. Eight, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, to consider the renewal of ad valorem property tax millages for the purpose of constructing, operating and maintaining said District’s drainage systems.
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BID NOTICE
Gulf Coast Soil and Water Conservation District 2019 OCPR/NRCS/SWCC is accepting bids for their 2019 Vegetation Program for the following materials:
1. 4,000 4” Pots Black Needlerush Juncus Roemerianus
2. 1,000 4” Pots Seashore Paspalum Paspalum vaginatum
3. 10,228 Plugs Smooth Cordgrass Spartina alterniflora ‘Vermilion’
4. 1,000 2ft Stems Bitter Panicum Panicum amarum
Sealed bids must be received in the Gulf Coast Soil and Water Conservation Office, 5417 Gerstner Memorial Dr., Lake Charles, LA 70607 (337) 474-1583 EXT. 3, no later than 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 17, 2018. A complete assembly of the bid invitation with specifications may be obtained by contacting the District Secretary at the address shown above.
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PROCEEDINGS
Parish of Cameron
June 11, 2018
The Cameron Parish School Board met at its regular meeting on this date and meeting was called to order at 3:30 p.m., members in attendance were: Christi Labove, Marsha Trahan, Rhonda Boudreaux, Sheila Miller, John Canik and Joseph Delcambre. Sharon Picou arrived at 3:56 p.m.
The prayer and the pledge were led by Mr. Canik and Mr. Delcambre.
On the motion of Mrs. Labove, seconded by Mrs. Trahan, the Board approved the agenda.
On the motion of Mrs. Boudreaux, seconded by Mr. Delcambre, the Board received candidate’s information and selected by ballot vote the candidate to fill the School Board District 8-member vacancy, upon selection of Mr. Jaimie Boudreaux, candidate was sworn in and assumed Board position, as presented by the Superintendent and President Sheila Miller. (Sharon Picou was not present at time of vote)
On the motion of Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Labove, the Board approved the minutes of the April 30, 2018 Special Meeting and the May 14, 2018 Regular Meeting of the Cameron Parish School Board, as prepared by the Superintendent.
The Board received for review recommendations of revisions to Policy JCDA, Student Code of Conduct for 2018-2019, per annual Discipline Policy Review Committee meeting, as presented by Mrs. Stephanie Rogers, Supervisor.
On the motion of Mrs. Labove, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved payment of the bills, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
The Board received Financial Statement and Reports of Current Investments, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
The Board received for discussion initial draft of 2018-2019 budget, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
The Board received information on the monthly report on property income as prepared by Mr. Lee Bloch - Bloch, Briggs & Associates.
The Board received Update by United World Energy on the status of development of the Pine Pasture section, Section 16-12S-6W, as presented by representative of United World Energy and Mr. Lee Bloch - Bloch, Briggs & Associates.
The Board received reports on current construction bid activities, as presented by Mr. James Hoffpauir, Hoffpauir Project Management Team:
A. Projects to be bid - James Hoffpauir, Project Management
• Hackberry High School - Modifications and upgrades for accessibility-FEMA PW 4753 - Site 28 - Out for Bid June/ July 2018
B. Projects out for bid/quotes - James Hoffpauir, Project Management
• None at this time
Approval of bid and quote awards - Superintendent
On the motion of Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Labove, the Board approved authorizing the Superintendent to advertise for new bids and accept low bids on currently advertised projects due to requisite number of advertising days and a need to move forward on projects, as presented by the Superintendent.
The Board received updates on current FEMA, CDBG and General Fund Construction, Repairs, and Renovations to permanent and temporary sites' projects from Hoffpauir Architects, LLC, Cameron Parish School Board's Project Management Firm, as presented by Hoffpauir Architects, LLC and Project Architects.
The Board received update on information regarding the following, as presented by Consultant-Mr. Charles Adkins:
• Leasing or selling the Educational Conference Center
• Leasing or selling the Central Office Building and relocating administrative offices to the Educational Conference Center
On the motion of Mr. Canik, seconded by Mrs. Labove, the Board voted to request that District Attorney Jennifer Jones represent Cameron Parish School Board in the negotiations regarding the leasing or selling the Educational Conference Center, as presented by Consultant - Mr. Charles Adkins.
On the motion of Mrs. Labove, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved Administrator and Central Office contract renewals for 2018 expirations, as presented by the Superintendent:
• Johnson Bayou High School - Principal and Assistant Principal
• South Cameron High School - Principal
• Central Office - Maintenance & Transportation Supervisor and Food Services Supervisor
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Boudreaux, the Board approved of the addition of Special Education teacher and paraprofessional at Grand Lake High School for the school year 2018-2019 to meet the needs of the special education student population, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Labove, the Board approved proposal to adjust the 2018-2019 School Year Calendar for the four day schools by increasing the instructional minutes and reducing the number of Friday class days, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved accepting bids for the items noted for the 2018-2019 school year, as presented by the Superintendent:
1. Copy Paper
2. Official Journal
3. Bread, Milk and Non Food (August 2018 - May 2019)
4. Janitorial Supplies
5. Paper Goods
6. Lunchroom Non-Food Bid
The Board received the Superintendent’s Report as presented by the Superintendent:
Cameron Parish School Board
CHARLEY LEMONS,
SUPERINTENDENT
Superintendent’s Report
June 11, 2018
Please accept this report regarding my efforts to meet the following Performance Objectives as outlined in Exhibit A of my employment contract:
1. Human Resource Management
a. Participated in site visits to all campuses with Mr. Adkins
b. Held staffing meeting with Central Office Personnel and Supervisors to gather information and make plans for future staffing meetings
2. District Operations and Financial Management
a. Met with Hoffpauir to become informed of their role in the FEMA process as it pertains to reimbursements
b. Met with Computer One associates to learn their role within the parish
c. Met with Edmentum to discuss future options and budget in regards to virtual learning for our students of Cameron Parish.
3. Student Growth and Achievement
a. Observed district CLEP testing for students attempting to earn college credit for classes based on test performance.
b. Visited SOWELA to learn more about what they are able to offer students
4. Communication and Community Relations
a. Met with OEP officials to discuss plans and procedures in regards to hurricane season
b. Attended graduation ceremonies at SCHS, GLHS, JBHS, & HHS.
c. Met with Cameron Parish tax assessor and assistant to learn about CPSB’s role in the taxing process.
d. Attended Lion’s Club Luncheon on May 22, 2018.
e. Attended the Art/Drama show @ GLHS
f. Attended student code of conduct meeting at GLHS
5. Organizational Leadership
a. Participated in the Southwest Louisiana Superintendents dinner on May 24 at Cousin’s in Lake Charles.
On the motion of Mrs. Boudreaux, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board adjourned the regular school board meeting at 5:05 p.m.
Sheila Miller - President
Date: June 11, 2018
APPROVED:
Sheila Miller - President
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
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PROCEEDINGS
Parish of Cameron
July 9, 2018
The Cameron Parish School Board met at its regular meeting on this date and meeting was called to order at 5:00 p.m., members in attendance were: Marsha Trahan, Rhonda Boudreaux, Sheila Miller, John Canik, Sharon Picou, Joseph Delcambre and Jaimie Boudreaux. Absent: Christi Labove
The prayer and the pledge were led by Mrs. Trahan and Mr. Boudreaux.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved the agenda.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved the minutes of the June 11, 2018 Regular Meeting of the Cameron Parish School Board, as prepared by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Boudreaux, the Board approved renewal of contract for services for the 2018-2019 school year and received presentation of Quarterly report, as presented by Trainer Jason Rodriguez, Center for Orthopaedics.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board approved renewal of student and athletic accident insurance, as presented by Cindy Comeaux, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Public Entity Division.
On the motion of Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Rhonda Boudreaux, the Board approved revisions to Policy JCDA, Student Code of Conduct for 2018-2019, per annual Discipline Policy Review Committee meeting, as presented by Mrs. Stephanie Rogers- Supervisor.
The Board received for review revisions to the Cameron Parish School Board Pupil Progression Plan as presented for input to local stakeholders committee, as presented by Mrs. Stephanie Rogers.
On the motion of Mrs. Picou, seconded by Mrs. Trahan, the Board approved acceptance of Final Draft Budget for 2018-2019 fiscal year to be adopted in August 2018 in accordance with LA R.S. 39:1301-1315, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
On the motion of Mrs. Boudreaux, seconded by Mrs. Trahan, the Board approved payment of the bills, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
The Board received Financial Statement and Reports of Current Investments, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
The Board received information on the monthly report on property income as prepared by Mr. Lee Bloch- Bloch, Briggs & Associates.
The Board received information regarding the following surface leases, as presented by Mr. Lee Bloch- Bloch, Briggs & Associates:
1. Section 16-T14S-R10W - Rabbit Island lease
2. Section 16-T12S-R5W - Lacassine Refuge section
3. Section 16-T13S-R12W & Section 16-T13S-R13W - Both Sabine Refuge
The Board had a Roll Call Vote to enter into Executive Session for the update on the United World Energy on the status of development of the Pine Pasture Section 16-12S-6W:
Roll Call Vote
YEAHS: Marsha Trahan, Rhonda Boudreaux, Sheila Miller, John Canik, Sharon Picou Joseph Delcambre, Jaimie Boudreaux
NAYS:
ABSENT: Christi Labove
The Board had a Roll Call Vote to enter into regular session:
Roll Call Vote
YEAHS: Marsha Trahan, Rhonda Boudreaux, Sheila Miller, John Canik, Sharon Picou Joseph Delcambre, Jaimie Boudreaux
NAYS:
ABSENT: Christi Labove
On the motion of Mrs. Boudreaux, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board received updates on the United World Energy development of the Pine Pasture Section 16-12S-6W and approved releasing information to Mr. Wayne Landry.
The Board received reports on current construction bid activities, as presented by Mr. James Hoffpauir, Hoffpauir Project Management Team:
A. Projects to be bid - James Hoffpauir, Project Management
• Hackberry High School - Modifications and upgrades for accessibility - FEMA PW 4753- Site 28 - Out for Bid July/ August 2018
B. Projects out for bid/quotes - James Hoffpauir, Project Management
• None at this time
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved Southwest Coastal Services Construction as low bidder, at a cost of $20,850. for the Grand Lake High School demolition/ removal of the portable buildings, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Boudreaux, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved authorizing the Superintendent to advertise for new bids and accept low bids on currently advertised projects due to requisite number of advertising days and a need to move forward on projects, as presented by the Superintendent.
The Board received updates on current FEMA, CDBG and General Fund Construction, Repairs, and Renovations to permanent and temporary sites' projects from Hoffpauir Architects, LLC, Cameron Parish School Board's Project Management Firm, as presented by Hoffpauir Architects, LLC and Project Architects.
The Board received update on information regarding leasing or selling the Educational Conference Center, as presented by the Superintendent and Mr. Charles Adkins.
The Board received information on insurance findings for Project 9058 Hackberry High School, as presented by Mrs. Michelle Trahan.
On the motion of Mr. Boudreaux, seconded by Mr. Canik, the Board received information/updates for the construction of a new outdoor playground facility at South Cameron High School and chose to table the item till further review, as presented by the Superintendent.
The Board received for review policies to align with the 2018 Louisiana Legislative Session, as presented by the Superintendent:
DJA, Authorized Signatures
BC, School Board Meetings
GBRIBA, Family and Medical Leave
JCAB, School Searches
JGC, Student Health Services
The Board received the Superintendent’s Report as presented by the Superintendent:
Cameron Parish School Board
CHARLEY LEMONS,
SUPERINTENDENT
Superintendent’s Report
July 9, 2018
Please accept this report regarding my efforts to meet the following Performance Objectives as outlined in Exhibit A of my employment contract:
1. Human Resource Management
a. Participated in site visits to all campuses with supervisors to introduce Leadership Teams being put in place at every school for 18-19 school year.
b. Held staffing meeting (6/11/2018) with Instructional Supervisors to begin planning for back to school meetings and trainings for 18-19 school year.
2. District Operations and Financial Management
a. Met with the GOSHEP reps and Hoffpauir’s in regards to outstanding PW’s and reimbursements.
b. Met with Police Jury reps along with board member Joe Delcambre to discuss ITEP issues and possible future plans.
c. Met with Pete Pauley to discuss receiving a FVM appraisal of the ECC.
3. Student Growth and Achievement
a. Attended Southwest Louisiana Workforce meeting in Lake Charles (6/14/18) at MSU Seed Center-Presentation given by Tellurian/Driftwood LNG.
b. Met with Frances Touchet and LaKesha Miller from the State Dept to begin planning for 18-19 PD and learning their role and what resources they may provide for us.
4. Communication and Community Relations
a. Met with Port Director to become acquainted and discuss CPSBs role with them.
b. Met with members from CPRA in regards to a project on Rabbit Island.
c. Met with Clair Marceaux to form a committee to recognize Student/Staff achievement throughout the parish.
d. Attended Lion’s Club Luncheon on June 12, 2018.
5. Organizational Leadership
a. Participated in the LASSSC in Lafayette 6/20-6/22.
On the motion of Mrs. Picou, seconded by Mrs. Boudreaux, the Board adjourned the regular school board meeting at 7:12 p.m.
Sheila Miller - President
Date: July 9, 2018
APPROVED:
Sheila Miller - President
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
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SHERIFF'S SALE
38th Judicial
District Court
Parish of Cameron
State of Louisiana
JD Bank
Vs. No. 10-20090
Anthony W. Corbello
and Megan Corbello
By virtue of a writ of EXECUTORY PROCESS issued to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder WITH the benefit of appraisement, at The Cameron Parish Law Enforcement Complex Building, located at 124 Recreation Center Lane, Cameron, LA 70631, on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. the following described property to-wit:
ONE (1) 2010 BUCCANEER HS, VIN CBC041835AL
seized under said writ.
Terms: CASH DAY OF SALE.
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
CAMERON PARISH, LA.
Sheriff's Office, Cameron, Louisiana August 15, 2018
STEPHEN C POLITO
Attorneys for
JD BANK
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SHERIFF’S SALE
38th Judicial
District Court
Parish of Cameron
State of Louisiana
Harley-Davidson
Credit Corp Etc
Vs. No. 10-20128
Nickalus Moore
By virtue of a writ of EXECUTORY PROCESS issued to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder WITHOUT the benefit of appraisement, at The Cameron Parish Law Enforcement Complex Building, located at 124 Recreation Center Lane, Cameron, LA 70631, on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at l0:00 a.m. the following described property to-wit:
2015 SUPERIOR BLUE
HARLEY-DAVIDSON FLTRXS, BEARING VEHICLE
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 1HD1KTM16FB632130
seized under said writ.
Terms: CASH DAY OF SALE.
/s/ Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
CAMERON PARISH, LA.
Sheriff's Office, Cameron, Louisiana August 16, 2018
COUCH, CONVILLE
& BLITT, LLC
Attorneys for
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
CREDIT CORP ETC
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— MEETING CHANGE —
The Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District One regular meeting date time has been changed to Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Normal time scheduled meetings are at 5:00 p.m. unless advertised in this paper.
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NOTICE FOR BIDS
Acting under the authority of the Legislature of the State of Louisiana, the Cameron Parish School Board will receive sealed bids for the leasing of surface rights including the rights of range, fishing, farming, and hunting on the following described lands:
SECTION TOWNSHIP RANGE, DESCRIPTION
16-13-10, South of Hackberry located off Highway 27; 3 miles west of Calcasieu Lake; bordered on west by North Canal west of Highway 27 next to Browns Lake, containing 640 acres.
16-14-11, North Holly Beach, containing 530.55 acres; located 1 mile from southwest corner of Calcasieu Lake, adjacent to Sabine Refuge; drive to.
16-15-3, Money Island; 718.23 acres; Grand Chenier area; 3 miles west of Vermillion Parish line; midway up Superior Canal on east side; north of Money Island.
(Information may be obtained by calling Mr. Lee Bloch at (225) 266-4626.)
All bids must be sealed; the envelope marked "Bid - Section 16, Township___, Range ___”, with your name and phone number listed, and forwarded through the U.S. Mail to the Cameron Parish School Board, 510 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA 70631. Bidder must offer an annual rental of not less than $2.00 per acre for a lease with a primary term of five years to end July 31st, 2023. Annual renewal rentals will be due each year by July 31st, in order to continue the lease in effect. Cash payment or a certified or cashier's check, or teller’s check, or an official check issued by a bank in favor of the Cameron Parish School Board for the amount of the annual rental for the first year shall accompany and be deposited with the bid (no checks other than types noted above are acceptable) and the rental thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board as liquidated damages if the successful bidder fails to enter into written contract in accordance with his bid within ten (10) days after acceptance by the Board.
The bid submitted must include the following information: Name of Bidder, Address of Bidder, Phone Number of Bidder.
If farming rights are utilized, bidder may offer annual rental plus a fractional part of not less than one-sixth (1/6) of any and all crops produced and saved during the year. The value of the one-sixth (1/6) share shall not be considered in the awarding of the lease unless the bidder guarantees a specific amount which shall be added to and accompany the bid. Should the one-sixth (1/6) value of crops be less than the cash guarantee paid at the time of the lease, the Cameron Parish School Board shall demand such additional payment as necessary to bring the value adjustment to a full one-sixth (1/6) of crops produced and harvested on any and all listed sections. Lessor reserves the right to gather and dispose of alligator eggs from the lease premises, without any compensation to lessee.
The surface rights and privileges granted in the lease are restricted to range, farming, fishing, and hunting and these rights shall in no way, manner, or form interfere with the granting of a mineral lease or the full utilization of all rights and privileges granted in any mineral lease.
It is further agreed and understood between the contracting parties hereto that this lease shall be heritable, but shall not be subject to mortgage, pledge, hypothecation or seizure and sale, nor shall the said lease be assigned, subleased, or otherwise transferred by the said lessee unless authorized by prior written approval of the lessor. Such assignment, sublease or transfer of said lease shall be subject to terms and conditions as may be deemed proper by the lessor. Terms and conditions for subleasing may be obtained by contacting the Cameron Parish School Board land manager.
The Cameron Parish School Board does not warrant or provide ingress or egress to the leased premises. Ingress and egress is the sole responsibility of lessee.
Bids will be received until the hour of 2:30 p.m., Monday, September 10, 2018. The bids will be opened and considered in public session of the Cameron Parish School Board in Cameron, Louisiana that begins at 5:00 p.m. the same day.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids received.
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
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NOTICE FOR BIDS
Acting under the authority of the Legislature of the State of Louisiana, the Cameron Parish School Board will receive sealed bids for the leasing of surface rights including the rights of range, fishing, farming, and hunting on the following described lands:
SECTION TOWNSHIP RANGE, DESCRIPTION
16-12-5, Located 5.5 miles north of Lake Misere, 3 mi. NW of the NW corner of Grand Lake, 2 mi. south of the Jeff Davis Parish line, within the northern boundary of Lacassine Refuge, containing 652 acres.
These rights have not previously been leased to the public because they were leased to U.S. Fish & Wildlife (Service). The Service has now released this lease. While the Service had the property, they placed the property under a closure order for the hunting of migratory birds. There are questions regarding the limitations of this closure order. Currently, the Service has indicated that it is their intent to lift the closure.
(Information may be obtained by calling Mr. Lee Bloch at (225) 266-4626.)
All bids must be sealed; the envelope marked "Bid - Section 16, Township ___, Range ___,” with a name and contact information printed on the outside. The bid may be forwarded through the U.S. Mail or a private service to the Cameron Parish School Board, 510 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA 70631. Bidder must offer an annual rental of not less than $2.00 per acre for a lease with a primary term of five years to end July 31st, 2023. Annual renewal rentals will be due each year by July 31st, in order to continue the lease in effect. Cash payment or a certified or cashier's check, or teller’s check, or an official check issued by a bank in favor of the Cameron Parish School Board for the amount of the annual rental for the first year shall accompany and be deposited with the bid (no checks other than types noted above are acceptable) and the rental thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board as liquidated damages if the successful bidder fails to enter into written contract in accordance with his bid within ten (10) days after acceptance by the Board.
The bid submitted must include the following information: Name of Bidder, Address of Bidder, Phone Number of Bidder.
If farming rights are utilized, bidder may offer annual rental plus a fractional part of not less than one-sixth (1/6) of any and all crops produced and saved during the year. The value of the one-sixth (1/6) share shall not be considered in the awarding of the lease unless the bidder guarantees a specific amount which shall be added to and accompany the bid. Should the one-sixth (1/6) value of crops be less than the cash guarantee paid at the time of the lease, the Cameron Parish School Board shall demand such additional payment as necessary to bring the value adjustment to a full one-sixth (1/6) of crops produced and harvested on any and all listed sections. Lessor reserves the right to gather and dispose of alligator eggs from the lease premises, without any compensation to lessee.
The surface rights and privileges granted in the lease are restricted to range, fishing, farming, and hunting and these rights shall in no way, manner, or form interfere with the School Board’s control or enjoyment of the benefits of its ownership of the property regardless of the impacts on the Lessee’s use of the property.
It is further agreed and understood between the contracting parties hereto that this lease shall be heritable, but shall not be subject to mortgage, pledge, hypothecation or seizure and sale, nor shall the said lease be assigned, subleased, or otherwise transferred by the said lessee unless authorized by prior written approval of the lessor. Such assignment, sublease or transfer of said lease shall be subject to terms and conditions as may be deemed proper by the lessor. Terms and conditions for subleasing may be obtained by contacting the Cameron Parish School Board land manager.
The Cameron Parish School Board does not warrant or provide ingress or egress to the leased premises. Ingress and egress is the sole responsibility of lessee.
Bids will be received until the hour of 2:30 p.m., Monday, September 10, 2018. The bids will be opened and considered in public session of the Cameron Parish School Board in Cameron, Louisiana that begins at 5:00 p.m. the same day.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids received.
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
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PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given in compliance with La. R.S. 42:19.1, that Lower Cameron Hospital Service District No. Two, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, will meet in open and public session on the 13th day of September, 2018, at 5:30 p.m., at 6240 Gulf Beach Highway, Johnson Bayou, Louisiana, to consider calling an election to be held in Lower Cameron Hospital Service District No. Two, Johnson Bayou, Louisiana, on March 30, 2019, to consider the renewal of an ad valorem property tax millage for the purpose of operating and maintaining said District’s health care facilities.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given in compliance with La. R.S. 42:19.1, that the governing authority of Hackberry Recreation District of Cameron Parish, Louisiana, will meet in open and public session on Monday, the 17th day of September, 2018 at 6:00 o’clock p.m., at 1250 Recreation Circle, Hackberry, Louisiana, to consider calling an election to be held on March 30, 2019 in Hackberry Recreation District, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, to consider the renewal of ad valorem property tax millages for the purpose of constructing, operating and maintaining said District’s recreation facilities.
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REVISED SCHEDULE OF OPERATION FOR THE EAST CREOLE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SITE
New Times And Days
Starting September 6, 2018
485 E. Creole Hwy., Creole, LA 70632

Beginning September 6, 2018, the East Creole Solid Waste Collection Site wil be open according to the following schedule:

— Thursday and Friday —
Summer Hours: 2:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Winter Hours: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

— Saturday and Sunday —
Summer Hours: 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Winter Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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BID NOTICE
2018-09-18
The CAMERON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD will receive BIDS FOR delivery and installation of Security Camera System to be located at South Cameron High School, Johnson Bayou High School and Hackberry High School sites. The bid for the school sites will be accepted until the hour of 1:00 p.m. at the Cameron Parish School Board Office on Monday, September 10, 2018, located at 510 Marshall St. Cameron, LA.
A bid form, list of specifications, and bid procedures for the school site may be obtained from Anna Murphy, Purchasing Agent at the CAMERON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE 510 Marshall St., Cameron, La., 70631. For further information, please contact Stevie Barnett at (337) 775-5784 Ext. 1029 or stevie_barnett@camsch.org
All BIDS must be submitted on or before the scheduled time and date. Envelopes should be clearly marked, “BID FOR Security Camera System at South Cameron High School- Johnson Bayou High School-Hackberry High School Sites”.
The CAMERON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD RESERVES the right to refuse or cancel any price quotation based on the quality of goods, availability of products and/or services rendered.
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
By: Charley Lemons,
Superintendent
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PROCEEDINGS
Lower Cameron
Ambulance Service District
Board of Commissioners Meeting
May 23, 2018
Meeting called to order at 4:45 p.m. by Chairperson, Michaeil Booth.
Pledge of Allegiance and Prayer were led by Mrs. Booth
Board Roll call: Present - Michaeil Booth, Melissa Kiffe Christine Mooney and Jo Ann Nunez.
Also present: Davy Doxey
Mrs. Booth read the agenda aloud.
No amendments to the agenda were proposed.
Ms. Nunez motioned to approve the agenda. Second by Mrs. Kiffe. None opposed. Motion carried.
Ms. Nunez motioned to approve the minutes for the April 18, 2018 meeting. Second by Mrs. Kiffe. None opposed. Motion carried.
Director, Byron Broussard presented the director’s report for April 18, 2018 which included, call volume reports, payments received on accounts, expense reports, asset report, and tax revenues received. Expense reports were reviewed and signed by each present member. He advised the board that the CD investments with JD Prime have completely matured and have been redeemed. The cash from those CDs is currently in the General bank account. He suggested investing in the LAMP program as soon as possible, in order to increase interest income. An account adjustment report was presented and signed by the meeting chair person, Ms. Booth.
Mr. Broussard presented invoices from vendors, from which he made purchases, for approval. Invoices were signed by board chairperson, Michaeil Booth.
Mrs. Kiffe motioned to approve and accept the director’s report. Second by Ms. Nunez. None opposed. Motion carried.
The board discussed investing in the Louisiana Asset Management Pool program. The following resolution was adopted:
Lower Cameron
Ambulance Service District
Louisiana Asset Management
Pool (LAMP Inc.)
Resolution
WHEREAS, Lower Cameron Ambulance Service District is a "public entity," as that term is defined in the Articles of Incorporation of LAMP, Inc., and is subject to the restrictions imposed under the laws of the State of Louisiana with respect to the investment of funds of municipalities, parishes and other political subdivisions (a "Public Entity"); and
WHEREAS, such Public Entity has received and reviewed the Depositing Members’ Information Statement and such other documents as it deems material related to an investment in the Louisiana Asset Management Pool (the "LAMP"), including documents relating to the organization and Investment policies of the LAMP; and
WHEREAS, such Public Entity has determined that an investment in the LAMP is consistent with its investment authority, including any limitations Imposed under the laws of the State of Louisiana, and such Public Entity now desires, from time to time, to invest its funds in the LAMP.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that such Public Entity is hereby authorized and empowered to enter into an "Account Application & Agreement Form" for the purpose of establishing one or more accounts for investment purposes in the LAMP; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED that the individuals named below, in their capacities as authorized officers, employees or agents of such Public Entity, are hereby authorized and empowered to invest and transfer, in their sole discretion, funds from any such account established in the LAMP for the benefit of such Public Entity; to issue letters of instruction related to any such account or investments thereunder; and to take any and all other actions which they, in their discretion, deem necessary or appropriate in connection with the establishment of one or more accounts in the LAMP and the investment of funds thereunder:
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the foregoing resolution was read in full, the roll was called on the adoption thereof, and the resolution was adopted by the following votes:
YEAS: 4
NAYS: 0
ABSTAINED: 0
ABSENT: 1
CERTIFICATE
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and exact copy of a resolution adopted at a regular board meeting held May 23, 2018 at which time a quorum was present and voting.
Cameron, Louisiana, this day of May 23, 2018.
Michaeil Booth, Chairperson
(authorized person’s signature)
Application to create LAMP accounts, including a primary account and secondary account, were completed.
Ms. Nunez motioned to renew Physician Medical Director, Richard Sanders’ contract. Second by Mrs. Kiffe. None opposed. Motion carried. Contract was signed.
The following resolution was adopted:
Lower Cameron Parish
Ambulance Service District
Resolution
BE IT RESOLVED, that the following millages are hereby levied on the 2018 tax roll on the property subject to taxation by the LOWER CAMERON PARISH AMBULANCE SERVICE DISTRICT.
District, Millage
Lower Cameron Parish Ambulance Service District (Maintenance), 4.44M
Lower Cameron Parish Ambulance Service District (Maintenance), 15.78M
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proper administrative officials of the Parish of Cameron, State of Louisiana, be and they are hereby empowered, authorized and directed to spread said taxes, as hereinabove set forth, upon the assessment roll of said Parish for the year 2018, and to make the collection of the taxes imposed for and on behalf of the taxing authority, according to law, and that the taxes herein levied shall become a permanent lien and privilege on all property subject to taxation as herein set forth, and the collection thereof shall be enforceable in the manner provided by law.
The foregoing resolution was read in full, the roll was called on the adoption thereof, and the resolution was adopted by the following votes:
YEAS: Michaeil Booth, Jo Ann Nunez, Christine Mooney, Melissa Kiffe.
NAYS: 0
ABSTAINED: 0
ABSENT: Patricia Primeaux.
CERTIFICATE
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and exact copy of a resolution adopted at the board meeting held on May 23, 2018, at which meeting a quorum was present and voting.
Cameron, Louisiana, this 23rd day of May, 2018.
Byron Broussard, Secretary
(authorized person’s signature)
Mrs. Kiffe motioned to adjourn the meeting. Second by Ms. Nunez. None opposed. Meeting adjourned.
RUN: Aug. 23 (Au 47)

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