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— NOTICE —
The Cameron Parish School Board will have available for public inspection the budget for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year from July 16, 2018 through July 19, 2018 during office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the School Board Administrative Office located at 510 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA.
A public hearing will be held on the proposed budget of the Cameron Parish School Board on July 19, 2018 at the School Board Administrative Office at 10:00 a.m.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

The Cameron Parish Mosquito Abatement District #1 will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, July 17 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Mosquito Control Office located at 149 LeBlanc Rd. in Creole, LA.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Cameron Parish Sheriff has adopted his final budget amendments for fiscal 2017-2018. The budget amendment was necessitated by F.E.M.A. payments made prior to June 30, 2018 as required by Federal Emergency Management. The amended budget is available for public inspection in the sheriffs’ office during regular office hours, Monday through Friday (8:00-4:00).
The following report is a summary only. Detailed financial records are on file in the Sheriffs’ Office, Law Enforcement Center Building, Cameron, Louisiana.
/s/ Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
PARISH OF CAMERON
CAMERON PARISH SHERIFF
AMENDED BUDGET
FISCAL 2017-2018
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE: $9,655, 761
REVENUE:
SELF GENERATED FEES, TAXES COMMISSIONS ETC. $6,614,280
STATE & PARISH APPROPRIATION $737,629
TOTAL $7,350,909
FUNDS AVAILABLE $17,006,670
EXPENDITURE:
PERSONAL SERVICE $4,956,221
CONTRACTED SERVICES $1,508,604
CAPITAL OUTLAY $151,358
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE $1,134,897
LONG TERM DEBT $0
TOTAL $8,374,212
OTHER MEANS OF FINANCE $0
EXCESS (DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR $(1,023,303)
ENDING FUND BALANCE $8,638,108
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JURY LIST
The following Cameron Parish citizens are called to serve Civil Jury duty beginning Monday, Aug. 6:
Kenneth P. Alexander Jr., Lake Charles; Scotty J. Badon, Cameron; Debra Denise Beard, Hackberry; Gayle L. Belaire, Klondike; Rusty S. Benson, Lake Charles; Charles L. Bertrand, Cameron; Derek S. Bertrand, Cameron; Mary A. Bertrand, Lake Charles; Matilda G. Bertrand, Lake Charles; Ronald J. Billedeaux, Hackberry;
Lance F. Blanchard, Cameron; Thomas D. Bonsall, Grand Chenier; Jaimie L. Boudreaux, Lake Charles; James Oren Boudreaux, Lake Charles; Susan C. Boudreaux, Creole; Clarisse S. Brown, Cameron; Mary K. Brown, Cameron; James A. Carroll, Lake Charles; Brandon J. Carter Jr., Grand Chenier; Rhonda L. Coleman, Cameron;
Diane E. Conner, Cameron; Kenneth H. Conner, Cameron; Theresa A. Conner, Lake Charles; Tony Joseph Conner, Bell City; Charlene Gail Constance, Hackberry; James W. Constance Jr., Hackberry; Jerry P. Constance, Hackberry; Sterling L. Constance, Hackberry; Tara L. Cox, Bell City; Betty Sue Delcambre, Lake Charles;
Leroy Delome, Hackberry; Carissa Devall Dennis, Hackberry; Jerry L. Doucet, Cameron; Sharlene Richard Doucet, Lake Charles; Leola B. Doxey, Cameron; David W. Duhon, Lake Charles; Marsailet Duhon, Lake Charles; Tara N Duhon, Lake Charles; Janice M. Dupont, Lake Charles; Shannon W. Dupont, Cameron;
Aaron Brian Eagleson, Lake Charles; Cynthia Ann V. Fawvor, Lake Charles; Bryan A. Granger, Bell City; Jody F. Gross, Hackberry; Judy B. Guillory, Cameron; Charles E. Guintard, Lake Charles; Jimmie L. Harrington, Cameron; Richard A. Hebert, Creole; Latosha R. January, Grand Chenier; Jody A. Jinks, Bell City;
Byron S. Jouett, Lake Charles; Robert M. Kelley, Grand Chenier; Edward K. LaBove, Creole; Patricia V. LaBove, Creole; Robert D. LaBove, Cameron; Patrick G. Landry, Creole; Raymond D. LeDoux, Lake Charles; Robin Ray Lyons, Hackberry; Stephney L. Mallett, Bell City; Jodi Michelle McCall, Creole;
Nena B. Menard, Lake Charles; Frederick L. Mhire, Grand Chenier; Mary C. Miller, Lake Arthur; Michael Wayne Miller, Bell City; Phyllis B. Miller, Lake Charles; Mary O. Monceaux, Lake Charles; Kathleen C. Moody, Hackberry; Janice Marie Morales, Cameron; Christopher C. Morgan, Lake Charles; Regina Nunez Nunez, Lake Charles;
Ronnie K. Nunez, Hackberry; Carolyn M. Olivier, Cameron; Teresa A. Roach, Lake Charles; Jennifer M. Saltzman, Lake Charles; Sharon N. Sanner, Hackberry; Mymae D. Savoie, Cameron; Trisha Lou Seay, Hackberry; Troy A. Silfee, Bell City; Lori Marie Simon, Hackberry; Paula A. Smythe, Lake Charles;
Kathryn Marie Stearns, Lake Charles; Elise B. Stine, Hackberry; Ceasar A. Swire, Grand Chenier; Charlene D. Swire, Grand Chenier; Belinda Renee Taylor, Bell City; Judith F. Taylor, Bell City; Ann L. Theriot, Creole; Carlton C. Theriot, Cameron; Michael Brien Theriot, Creole; Thomas D. Theriot, Bell City;
Amanda D. Trahan, Lake Charles; Carl E. Trahan, Cameron; Claire L. Trahan, Cameron; Eric L. Trahan, Cameron; John L. Verzwyvelt, Lake Charles; Benjamin C. Welch Sr., Grand Chenier; Glenda V. Welch, Hackberry; Yancy W. Welch, Grand Chenier; Mary E. Woosley, Lake Charles; Michael A. Young, Lake Charles.
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— NOTICE —
MEETING DATE AND TIME CHANGE

Cameron Parish Water & Wastewater District #1 regular scheduled meeting date has been changed to Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Normal scheduled meetings are the fourth Thursday of each month unless advertised in this paper.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CAMERON PARISH COASTAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION
Interested parties are hereby notified that the Coastal Management Section of the Cameron Parish Police Jury has received the following apparently complete application for a Coastal Use Permit in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Coastal Resources Program and R.S. 49, 213.1, the State and Local Coastal Resources Management Act of 1978, as amended.
C.U.P.# P20180721; L.C.U.P.# 180707
Name of Applicant: Ty Marcus Savoie, 202 Ruby Lane, Cameron, LA 70631
Location of permit: Sweet Lake, O’Blanc Rd., Section 30, T12S-R7W, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Character of Work: Mr. Savoie proposes to excavate approximately 6,000 cubic yards of clay, sand, and top soil to provide fill material for future house pad, shop pad, and driveway. The excavated area will be used as a pond for recreational use.
The decision on whether to issue a permit will be based on an evaluation of the probable impacts of the proposed activity in accordance with the state policies outlined in R.S. 49:213.2. The decision will reflect in the national concern for both protection and utilization of important resources. The decision must be consistent with the state program and approved local programs for affected parishes and must represent an appropriate balancing of social, environmental, and economic factors. All factors which may be relevant to the proposal will be considered; among these are flood and storm hazards, water quality, water supply, feasible alternative sites, drainage patterns, historical sites, economics, public and private benefits, coastal water dependency, impacts on natural features, compatibility with the natural and cultural setting and the extent of long term benefits or adverse impacts.
Certification that the proposed activity will not violate applicable water and air quality, laws, standards, and regulations will be required before a permit is issued.
Any person may request, in writing, within the comment period specified in this notice, that a public hearing be held to consider this application. Request for public hearings shall state, with particularity, the reasons for holding a public hearing.
Plans for the proposed work may be inspected at the Cameron Parish Police Jury West Annex Building, Coastal Management Division, Courthouse Square, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, Louisiana, (337) 775-2800. Written comments should be mailed within 25 days from the date of this public notice to Cameron Parish Police Jury, Coastal Management Division, Post Office Box 1280, Cameron, Louisiana 70631.
Sincerely,
/s/ Kara Bonsall
Kara Bonsall,
Coastal Zone Administrator
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CAMERON PARISH COASTAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION
Interested parties are hereby notified that the Coastal Management Section of the Cameron Parish Police Jury has received the following apparently complete application for a Coastal Use Permit in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Coastal Resources Program and R.S. 49, 213.1, the State and Local Coastal Resources Management Act of 1978, as amended.
C.U.P.# P20180722; L.C.U.P.# 180706
Name of Applicant: Kimdell Scott Savoie, 1753 Crooked Creek, Pleasanton, TX 78064
Location of permit: Sweet Lake, O’Blanc Rd., Section 22, T12S-R7W, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Character of Work: Mr. Savoie proposes to excavate approximately 10,000 cubic yards of clay, sand, and top soil to provide fill material for future house pad and driveway. The excavated area will be used as a pond for recreational use.
The decision on whether to issue a permit will be based on an evaluation of the probable impacts of the proposed activity in accordance with the state policies outlined in R.S. 49:213.2. The decision will reflect in the national concern for both protection and utilization of important resources. The decision must be consistent with the state program and approved local programs for affected parishes and must represent an appropriate balancing of social, environmental, and economic factors. All factors which may be relevant to the proposal will be considered; among these are flood and storm hazards, water quality, water supply, feasible alternative sites, drainage patterns, historical sites, economics, public and private benefits, coastal water dependency, impacts on natural features, compatibility with the natural and cultural setting and the extent of long term benefits or adverse impacts.
Certification that the proposed activity will not violate applicable water and air quality, laws, standards, and regulations will be required before a permit is issued.
Any person may request, in writing, within the comment period specified in this notice, that a public hearing be held to consider this application. Request for public hearings shall state, with particularity, the reasons for holding a public hearing.
Plans for the proposed work may be inspected at the Cameron Parish Police Jury West Annex Building, Coastal Management Division, Courthouse Square, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, Louisiana, (337) 775-2800. Written comments should be mailed within 25 days from the date of this public notice to Cameron Parish Police Jury, Coastal Management Division, Post Office Box 1280, Cameron, Louisiana 70631.
Sincerely,
/s/ Kara Bonsall
Kara Bonsall,
Coastal Zone Administrator
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CAMERON PARISH COASTAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION
Interested parties are hereby notified that the Coastal Management Section of the Cameron Parish Police Jury has received the following apparently complete application for a Coastal Use Permit in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Coastal Resources Program and R.S. 49, 213.1, the State and Local Coastal Resources Management Act of 1978, as amended.
C.U.P.# P20180592; L.C.U.P.# 180703
Name of Applicant: Trouth and Ruiz, LLC, 1523 Cypress St., Sulphur, LA 70663
Location of permit: Hackberry, North of Angler Bay Dr. and Christy Dr., Section 44, T12S-R10W, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Character of Work: Proposes to develop an 18-lot waterfront RV community, excavation of an access canal to provide boat access, installation of bulkhead, water, and sewer utilities to the proposed Salt Grass Bon Ton Bay Subdivision. This will result in approximately 10.11 acres of developed property. Approximately 871 Linear feet to be dredged to construct canal and installation of 995 linear feet of timber bulkhead along interior of proposed canal.
The decision on whether to issue a permit will be based on an evaluation of the probable impacts of the proposed activity in accordance with the state policies outlined in R.S. 49:213.2. The decision will reflect in the national concern for both protection and utilization of important resources. The decision must be consistent with the state program and approved local programs for affected parishes and must represent an appropriate balancing of social, environmental, and economic factors. All factors which may be relevant to the proposal will be considered; among these are flood and storm hazards, water quality, water supply, feasible alternative sites, drainage patterns, historical sites, economics, public and private benefits, coastal water dependency, impacts on natural features, compatibility with the natural and cultural setting and the extent of long term benefits or adverse impacts.
Certification that the proposed activity will not violate applicable water and air quality, laws, standards, and regulations will be required before a permit is issued.
Any person may request, in writing, within the comment period specified in this notice, that a public hearing be held to consider this application. Request for public hearings shall state, with particularity, the reasons for holding a public hearing.
Plans for the proposed work may be inspected at the Cameron Parish Jury West Annex Building, Coastal Management Division, Courthouse Square, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, Louisiana, (337) 775-2800. Written comments should be mailed within 25 days from the date of this public notice to Cameron Parish Police Jury, Coastal Management Division, Post Office Box 1280, Cameron, Louisiana 70631.
Sincerely,
/s/ Kara Bonsall
Kara Bonsall,
Coastal Zone Administrator
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CAMERON PARISH COASTAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION
Interested parties are hereby notified that the Coastal Management Section of the Cameron Parish Police Jury has received the following apparently complete application for a Coastal Use Permit in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Coastal Resources Program and R.S. 49, 213.1, the State and Local Coastal Resources Management Act of 1978, as amended.
C.U.P.# P20180528; L.C.U.P.# 180702
Name of Applicant: Debra Savoie Properties, LLC, 105 Rue Centre, Abbeville, LA 70510
Location of permit: Hackberry, off Ben Wright Rd. and Pierce Lane, Section 49, T12S-R10W, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Character of Work: Proposed site grading for the development of an RV park to provide (60) RV lots in Non-Wet areas. Approximately 3,149 cubic yards of crushed gravel to be hauled in.
The decision on whether to issue a permit will be based on an evaluation of the probable impacts of the proposed activity in accordance with the state policies outlined in R.S. 49:213.2. The decision will reflect in the national concern for both protection and utilization of important resources. The decision must be consistent with the state program and approved local programs for affected parishes and must represent an appropriate balancing of social, environmental, and economic factors. All factors which may be relevant to the proposal will be considered; among these are flood and storm hazards, water quality, water supply, feasible alternative sites, drainage patterns, historical sites, economics, public and private benefits, coastal water dependency, impacts on natural features, compatibility with the natural and cultural setting and the extent of long term benefits or adverse impacts.
Certification that the proposed activity will not violate applicable water and air quality, laws, standards, and regulations will be required before a permit is issued.
Any person may request, in writing, within the comment period specified in this notice, that a public hearing be held to consider this application. Request for public hearings shall state, with particularity, the reasons for holding a public hearing.
Plans for the proposed work may be inspected at the Cameron Parish Police Jury West Annex Building, Coastal Management Division, Courthouse Square, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, Louisiana, (337) 775-2800. Written comments should be mailed within 25 days from the date of this public notice to Cameron Parish Police Jury, Coastal Management Division, Post Office Box 1280, Cameron, Louisiana 70631.
Sincerely,
/s/ Kara Bonsall
Kara Bonsall,
Coastal Zone Administrator
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
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PROCEEDINGS
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
JUNE 1, 2018
The Cameron Parish Police Jury met in regular session on Friday, June 1, 2018, in the Cameron Parish West Annex Board Room in the Village of Cameron, Louisiana at 3:00 o'clock p.m. The following members were present: Mr. Davy Doxey, Mr. Anthony Hicks, Mr. Terry Beard, Mr. Joe Dupont, Mr. Curtis Fountain, Mr. Darryl Farque, and Mr. Lawrence Faulk. The following member was absent: Mr. Kirk Quinn.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Fountain and carried, that the reading of the minutes shall be dispensed with and approved.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Fountain and carried, that the board hereby approves to add the following items to the agenda: (Item 6d) D.P. Land - Johnson Bayou, Cameron Meadows, Section 29, T14S, R13W, (proposed excavation of an existing levee and replace with a (6) barrel water control structure, 42-inch x 20-foot DU flap gate style barrels to reduce inundation), Cameron Parish, LA. (180501). (Item 16) President Authority to sign letter of support for BellTech Docks Project. (Item 17) President Authority to sign an All Hazard Incident Plan Attachment to the Mutual Aid Agreement with Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for the use of the Cameron Prairie Facility as a disaster staging area.
It was moved by Mr. Beard, seconded by Mr. Hicks and carried, that the applications for the following drilling permits be and the same are hereby approved with the stipulations set forth by the respective Gravity Drainage Districts:
a. Key Operating Company- Chalkley Field, Sweetlake, Section13, T12S, R7W, (proposed well location and access to drill the Sweet Lake Land & Oil Well No. 1), Cameron Parish, LA. (180602)
It was moved by Mr. Fountain, seconded by Mr. Faulk 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. Boardwalk Petrochemical Pipeline, Inc. - Near Sabine River and Intracoastal Waterway, Sections 33 & 34, T11S, R13W, Section 31, T11S, R12W, (proposed BPP 100 Pipeline Replacement Project (PN 10054), replacing 9 sections of pipeline due to the presence of anomalies), Cameron Parish, LA. (180601)
b. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Sabine National Wildlife Refuge Unit 1A, Lat 29 56 44.00, Long -93 25 15.00, (proposed to construct 19,258 linear feet of 5-foot wide and 8-foot wide tidal creeks within lower elevation portions of the created marsh platform to provide access opportunities for estuarine-dependent fish and shellfish into interior marshes, to increase edge habitat for rails and other wildlife and also work to include gapping the containment dike used to create the north fill area and gapping a prior existing exterior levee on the northeast side of Unit 1A to allow fish access into the northeast portion of the northern marsh creation area), Cameron Parish, LA. (180603)
c. Luke Craig Boullion - Sweetlake, O'Blanc Rd., Section 22, T12S, R7W, (proposed excavation of pond to provide fill material for house pad, shop pad, driveway and leveling of property), Cameron Parish, LA. (180604)
d. D.P. Land - Johnson Bayou, Cameron Meadows, Section 29, T14S, R13W, (proposed excavation of an existing levee and replace with a (6) barrel water control structure, 42-inch x 20-foot DU flap gate style barrels to reduce inundation), Cameron Parish, LA. (180501)
It was moved by Mr. Beard, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried the board does hereby reappoint Thomas Cox to the Mosquito Abatement Control Board.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried the board does hereby reappoint Gary Wicke to the Sweetlake-Grand Lake Cemetery Board.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried the board hereby accepts the resignation of James Boudreaux from the Cameron Water & Waste District No. One Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send a letter of appreciation to Mr. Boudreaux for his service to the Board, and hereby appoints Crystal Alexander for the remainder of term.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board hereby accepts the resignation of James Boudreaux from the Cameron Recreation District No. Six Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send a letter of appreciation to Mr. Boudreaux for his service to the Board, and hereby appoints Chris Hebert for the remainder of term.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried the board hereby accepts the resignation of J.R. Boudreaux from the Gravity Drainage District No. Three Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send a letter of appreciation to Mr. Boudreaux for his service to the Board, and hereby appoints Ryan Mallory for the remainder of term.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, and seconded by Mr. Fountain and carried that the President hereby publicly announces that the Cameron Parish Police Jury intends to hold a public meeting to approve the levy of tax millages for 2018 for Fire Protection District No. Seven on August 10, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the West Annex Office, located at 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Hicks and carried, that the Board hereby approves the budget for fiscal year 2018/2019 as submitted by the Southwest Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory.
In response to an advertisement for the acceptance of bids for an official journal, the following bid was received:
BIDDER; BID
Cameron Pilot*, $6.00 per square (100 words) insertion
Considering the bid of Cameron Pilot to be the only responsible bid, it was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried, that the Board does hereby accepts said bid and approves the Cameron Pilot as the official journal for the Cameron Parish Police Jury.
It was moved by Mr. Fountain, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, that the Board does hereby authorize the submission of an application on behalf of the Cameron Parish Police Jury to the United States Department of Transportation for Fiscal Year 2018 Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Transportation Discretionary Grant to replace Cameron Ferry No. Two.
It was moved by Mr. Hicks, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried the board hereby authorizes, empowers, and directs the President to sign the Memorandum of Understanding with the United States Army Corps of Engineers for In-Kind Credits on Locally Funded Corps of Engineers Authorized Civil Works Projects.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried the board hereby authorizes, empowers, and directs the President to sign any and all documents related to the purchase of the Creole Fire Station Property.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Doxey and carried the board hereby authorizes, empowers, and directs the President to sign an Amendment No. 4 to Cooperative Endeavor Agreement (CFMA #674533) for the Cameron Fisheries CDBG Project.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, that the Treasurer is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to pay the May 2018 bills.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried the board hereby authorizes, empowers, and directs the President to sign a Letter of Support for the BellTech Docks Project.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Hicks and carried the board hereby authorizes, empowers, and directs the President to sign an All Hazard Incident Plan Attachment to the Mutual Aid Agreement with Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for the use of the Cameron Prairie Facility as a disaster staging area.
There being no further business, it was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Hicks and carried, the meeting was declared adjourned.
APPROVED:
JOE DUPONT, PRESIDENT
ATTEST:
DARRELL WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY
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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - VOTING SESSION
MONDAY JULY 16, 2018
5:30 P.M.
Cameron Parish Police Jury
Grand Lake Conference Center/Satellite Office
10098 Gulf Hwy, Grand Lake, LA
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance/Prayer
3. Consideration for Naming an Appointment to Fill District 1 Juror Vacancy
4. Consideration of Cameron Fire Protection District No. 1 Budget Request
Adjourn Meeting
Agenda Posting Date: _____
Posting Time: _____
Signed: _________
In accordance with R.S. 44:33.1, this is to notify the public that Darrell Williams, Secretary is the Custodian of Public Records for the Cameron Parish Police Jury. Any document request or public information request should be made in writing or by e-mail to dw_cppj@camtel.net
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Darrell Williams at (337) 775-5718, describing the assistance that is necessary.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
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NOTICE
SOWELA Technical Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
The following person(s) have been designated to handle all inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Christine Collins, Director of Student Support Services & ADA Coordinator, 3850 Sen. J. Bennett Johnson Ave., Lake Charles, LA 70615; (337) 421-6969
Tonya Sadler Grayson, Human Resources Director & Title IX Coordinator, 3820 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Ave., Lake Charles, LA 70615; (337) 421-6914
PROGRAM OFFERINGS:
**Please note: at all locations, the programs of Nurse Assistant, Nursing, Practical Nursing, Sterile Processing Technology, and Surgical Technology, specific enrollment requirement, for these non-open enrollment programs, may be found on the college website at https://www.sowela.edu/programs/school-nursing-allied-health/.

SOWELA’s Main Campus, Lake Charles:
Accounting Technology (AAS)
Aviation Maintenance Technology (AAS)
Business Administration (AAS)
Chemical Laboratory Technology (AAS)
Criminal Justice (AAS)
Culinary Arts (AAS)
Drafting & Design Technology (AAS)
General Apprenticeship - Electrical (TD)
General Apprenticeship - Plumbing (TD)
General Studies (AGS)
Graphic Art (AAS)
Industrial Electrical Technology (AAS)
Industrial Instrumentation Technology (AAS)
Information Systems Technology (AAS)
Nurse Assistant (TCA)
Nursing (RN)(AS)
Office Systems Technology (AAS)
Practical Nursing (TD)
Process Technology (AAS)
Transfer Degree (Arts - Louisiana) (AALT)
Transfer Degree (Science - Louisiana) (ASLT)
Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Technology (TD)
Welding (TD)

Morgan Smith Site, Jennings:
Business Administration (AAS)
Culinary Arts (AAS)
Industrial Electrical Technology (AAS)
Nurse Assistant (TCA)
Practical Nursing (TD)
Sterile Processing Technology (CTS)
Surgical Technology (AAS)
Welding (TD)

Oakdale Site, Oakdale:
Business Administration (AAS)
Criminal Justice (AAS)
Forest Technology (TD)
Industrial Instrumentation Technology (AAS)
Practical Nursing (TD)
Welding (TD)
*****
SOWELA Técnical Community College no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, discapacidad o edad en sus programas y actividades.
Las siguientes personas han sido designadas para manejar todas las consultas relacionadas con las políticas de no discriminación:
Christine Collins, Directora de Servicios de Apoyo Estudiantil y Coordinadora de ADA, 3850 Sen. J. Bennett Johnson Ave., Lake Charles, LA 70615; (337) 421-6969
Tonya Sadler Grayson, Directora de Recursos Humanos y Coordinadora del Título IX, 3820 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Ave., Lake Charles, LA 70615; (337) 421-6914
PROGRAMAS:
** Tomar en cuenta que los programas de Asistente de Enfermería, Enfermería, Enfermería Práctica, Tecnología de Procesamiento Estéril y Tecnología Quirúrgica ofrecidos en todos los campus, requieren de una inscripción específica. Estos programas son de inscripción no abierta y requieren requisitos específicos. Información específica de los requisitos se puede encontrar en el sitio web de SOWELA https: //www.sowela.edu/programs/school-nursing-allied-health/

Programas Ofrecidos -
Campus Principal de SOWELA, Lake Charles:
Tecnología Contable (AAS)
Tecnología de Mantenimiento de la Aviación (AAS)
Administración de Empresas (AAS)
Tecnología de Laboratorio Químico (AAS)
Justicia Criminal (AAS)
Artes Culinarias (AAS)
Tecnología de Dibujo (Drafting) y Diseño (Design) - (AAS)
Aprendizaje General - Eléctrico (TD)
Aprendizaje General - Fontanería (TD)
Estudios Generales (AGS)
Arte Gráfico (AAS)
Tecnología Eléctrica Industrial (AAS)
Tecnología de Instrumentación Industrial (AAS)
Tecnología de Sistemas de Información (AAS)
Asistente de Enfermera (TCA)
Enfermería (RN) (AS)
Tecnología de Sistemas (Office Systems Technology) (AAS)
Enfermería Práctica (TD)
Tecnología de Proceso (AAS)
Grado Asociado de Artes de Transferencia- Louisiana (AALT)
Grado Asociado de Ciencias de Transferencia- Louisiana (ASLT)
Tecnología de Mantenimiento y Reparación de Vehículos (TD)
Soldadura (TD)

SOWELA - Morgan Smith, Jennings:
Administración de Empresas (AAS)
Artes Culinarias (AAS)
Tecnología Eléctrica Industrial (AAS)
Asistente de Enfermera (TCA)
Enfermería Práctica (TD)
Tecnología de Procesamiento Estéril (CTS)
Tecnología Quirúrgica (AAS)
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PROCEEDINGS
CAMERON PARISH WATER AND WASTEWATER
DISTRICT NO. 1
June 28, 2018
The Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District No. 1 Board met in regular session on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. in the water district office located at 126 Ann Street in the town of Cameron, Louisiana.
Guest:
Vice President Chris Mooney called the meeting to order.
The Pledge was led by Chris Mooney, and the Prayer was led by Chris Mooney.
Roll Call: Present: Hans E. Petersen, Chris Mooney and Crystal Alexander
Absent: Darlene Higgins, Fred Sanders
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Crystal Alexander, and carried to approve and dispense from reading the regular session May minutes.
On a motion by Crystal Alexander, seconded by Hans E. Petersen and carried to approve the financial statement for the month of May.
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Crystal Alexander and carried that the bills for the month of May be paid.
On a motion by Chris Mooney to nominate Hans E. Petersen for President, seconded by Crystal Alexander, motion passed.
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Crystal Alexander to have July 2018 board meeting moved to 4:00 p.m. for audit conference.
On a motion by Chris Mooney, seconded by Crystal Alexander and carried there being no further business, the meeting stands adjourned.
/s/ Hans E. Petersen
Hans E. Petersen, President
Cameron Parish
Water & Wastewater #1
/s/ Kim Murphy
Kim Murphy, Secretary
Custodian of Records
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— JOB OPENING —
The Cameron Parish Accounting Department is looking for a qualified applicant to assist with payroll-related activities as well as other general accounting functions.
An ideal candidate will be dependable,professional, and show an ability to be discreet with sensitive information.
Interested candidates should submit their resume’ to Katie Armentor at karmentor@cameronpj.org by no later than July 23rd.
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