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MEETING NOTICE
Cameron Parish Beachfront
Development District #1
Johnson Bayou • Holly Beach
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Monday, January 20, 2020,
6:00 p.m.
Johnson Bayou Community Center
5556 Gulf Beach Highway,
Johnson Bayou, LA
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge
3. Prayer
4. Roll Call
5. Acknowledgement of Guests
6. Approval of Minutes from December 9, 2019 Meeting
7. Old Business
a. Update on remedies for exposed pipeline and scouring at Little Florida Beach
b. Update on cost estimates for the placement of concrete barriers at Mile Marker 22
c. Update on production and placement of Rip Current warning signs
d. Coastal Development Master Plan update
e. Update on “Welcome to Holly Beach” sign - JoElla Bott
8. New Business
9. Pay Bills
10. Adjournment
Chairman: Lisa Hunt: 337-794-6638
Vice-Chairman: Joella Bott: 713-898-8978
Secretary: Michele Long, 409-893-2154
Richard Burbank, 337-569-2190
Terry Burroughs: 409-719-2798
Mark McCombs, 337-263-2271
Honorary Member - James Turner: 337-353-5370
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Cameron Parish Beachfront
Development District #1
Johnson Bayou • Holly Beach
MINUTES
The Cameron Parish Beachfront Development District #1 Commission met in regular session on Monday, December 9, 2019, at the Johnson Bayou Community Center. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Chairman Lisa Hunt. Richard Burbank led the pledge, and Mark McCombs led the prayer.
Commissioners present were Mark McCombs, Terry Burroughs, Lisa Hunt, Richard Burbank and Secretary Michele Long. Guests included Sonny McGee, Kara Bonsall and Mary Carroll with the Cameron Parish Police Jury, Sheriff Ron Johnson, Sherry Seat with the Cameron Parish Library, Russell Badon with the Cameron Parish Road Crew, Nathan Haase with Bechtel, and Lyndsey Howell, biologist with NOAA Fisheries.
On the motion of Richard Burbank, seconded by Terry Burroughs, and carried, the minutes for the October 14, 2019, meeting were approved as presented.
Lisa Hunt provided an email update from Jeremy Smith with Energy Transfer, regarding the exposed pipeline on Little Florida Beach. In summary, Fenstermaker has completed the survey and provided to Energy Transfer for review and use. Once they have a draft scope, they will work to obtain proper drawings and documentation for use in permit applications to all required agencies. Energy Transfer is committed to resolution, so once they obtain all necessary permits their last obstacle will be weather; it will control when they execute.
Regarding the Cameron Parish Shoreline Protection Project, Kara Bonsall stated that the Police Jury’s mission is to continue shoreline protection projects for all of the beaches assigned to the project (Rutherford Beach, Long Beach, and Little Florida Beach.)
Rutherford Beach will be the first phase of the project, and bids will open Tuesday, December 10th. The Police Jury is committed to continue finding funding for all phases of the project.
Mark McCombs spoke with the DOTD engineer about the concrete barriers shoreline protection project at Mile Marker 22. The first step will be to get a joint agreement between the parish and state. The project would include 1,000 ft. of shoreline to the east and 100 ft. to the west of the current barriers to prevent sand from blowing across the road as well as to build sand dunes for wildlife (nesting birds, turtles, etc.) The parish is responsible for all transportation, machinery, and manpower for the project. Once a cost analysis is completed, the board will present its findings to the police jury for their approval.
Regarding the dumpsters placed at the Sabine Pass and Cameron Ferry boat launches, Lisa Hunt reported that they have been successful in helping keep those areas clean. On the motion of Terry Burroughs, seconded by Mark McCombs, and carried, an additional three-month contract will be made with Waste Management to service these locations.
Lisa Hunt gave an update on the production of twenty-five Rip Current Warning signs from Graphic Works, which has been delayed. Once they are delivered, a board member will ride with the road crew to mark placement of the signs.
Mark McCombs reported that the sub-committee for the Beachfront Development District #1 Coastal Development Master Plan met and discussed possible projects. The next meeting is TBA. On the motion of Terry Burroughs, seconded by Richard Burbank, and carried, Russell Badon will be added to the sub-committee.
Kara Bonsall reported that the placement of 4X4 fencing posts on the beach was a CWPRA project. In their operations, maintenance, and monitoring report, it was noted that the 1,750 posts have become a safety hazard; therefore, CWPRA will bid out a maintenance project to pull up the posts in the spring of 2020 with projected completion the summer of 2020.
Lee Myers sent an email stating that a tentative location has been chosen for the “Welcome to Holly Beach” sign. He has acquired the necessary DOTD application, has gotten in touch with sign companies, and should have something to present to the board by the next meeting.
Sonny McGee inquired about 2020 funding needs for Beachfront Development District #1. Board members explained that this year money has been spent in three areas: signs, dumpsters and Port-a-lets, with an operating cost of approximately $10,000. The topic concerning an ad valorem tax under the authority of Article VI, Section 30 of the Constitution of Louisiana was discussed, but no recommendation was given. Sonny McGee will put Beachfront Development District #1 funding on the next Police Jury Meeting agenda for discussion.
Sheriff Ron Johnson reported on the department’s help in addressing problems on the beaches. He asked for the public to work in coordination with the Sheriff’s Department by taking pictures and/or video of incidents of gross littering, riding on the dunes, and speeding on the beaches. If deputies have this evidence, they will be able to issue tickets. Also, a beach patrol will monitor on busy weekends and holidays.
Lyndsey Howell, a biologist with NOAA Fisheries, presented information regarding sea turtle and dolphin strandings and salvage. She asks that the public report any dead, injured or entangled animals to 1-877-942-5343. In March, Lyndsey will return every two weeks to research why sea turtles and marine mammals are stranding in this area, and she is looking for volunteers who will take a certification class through Fish and Wildlife Services to help in documentation by checking for tags, taking measurements, and salvaging remains.
Lisa Hunt reported that the Gravity Drainage District #7 meeting will be January 29 at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the Holly Beach Drainage Project with engineers.
The next Beachfront Development meeting will be Monday, January 20 at 6:00 p.m.
Nathan Haase with the Bechtel team thanked the group for their coat donations, and he is setting up another boat launch clean-up at the Texas/Louisiana border.
No bills needed payment.
There being no further business, on the motion of Mark McCombs, seconded by Terry Burroughs, and carried the meeting was adjourned at 7:13 p.m.
APPROVED BY:
LISA HUNT, CHAIRMAN
ATTEST BY:
MICHELE LONG, SECRETARY
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Mosquito
Abatement District No. 1
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of Cameron Parish Mosquito Abatement District No. 1 was held at 6:00 p.m. on December 11, 2019, at the Mosquito Control office in Creole.
Board members present were Nat Griffith, Gregory Gray, Dede Sanders, Mitchel Kelley, Karl Styron and Thomas Cox. Marck Smythe was absent.
The meeting was called to order by Thomas Cox, who then asked for the reading of the minutes from the last meeting, November 13, 2019. A motion was made by Gregory Gray, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried that the minutes be approved as printed. A motion was made by Gregory Gray, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried to approve financial statement.
In new business, a motion was made by Mitchel Kelley, seconded by Nat Griffith, and carried to accept the 2019 amended budget.
Then the board discussed the 2020 proposed budget. While discussing the budget the director asked for approval to buy a Ford F-350 on the state contract and to purchase the devices and monthly plan for GPS tracking through Verizon for the trucks in the fleet that are not spray trucks. A motion was made by Gregory Gray, seconded by Nat Griffith, and carried to accept the 2020 proposed budget. A motion was made by Gregory Gray, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried to purchase the F-350 on the state contract. A motion was made by Dede Sanders, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried to install GPS units with Verizon to the eight trucks that are not spray trucks.
Then a motion was by Dede Sanders, seconded by Nat Griffith, and carried made to advertise for scaled bids for chemicals and emergency aerial contract.
Then it was discussed that Ford F-150 trucks are not on state contract this year. Our entire spray truck fleet is composed of F-150 trucks. The director stated that it would be best to keep buying F-150 trucks due to the fact that we have parts and maintenance supplies for them already. A motion was made by Mitchel Kelley, seconded by Nat Griffith, and carried to advertise for sealed bids for F-150 work trucks to be used as spray trucks.
Then a motion was made by Mitchel Kelley, seconded by Nat Griffith, and carried to have workers work on call for the days of the 2020 parish livestock show.
The next meeting place and date was discussed and set for January 21, 2020, at 6 p.m., at the Mosquito Control Office in Creole. There being no further business, and upon a motion by Dede Sanders, seconded by Gregory Gray, and carried the meeting be adjourned.
Approved:
Thomas Cox, President
Attest:
Gregory Gray, Secretary
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Mosquito
Abatement District No. 1
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of Cameron Parish Mosquito Abatement District No. 1 was held at 6:00 p.m., November 13, 2019 at the Mosquito Control office in Creole.
Board members present were Thomas Cox, Marck Smythe, Mitchel Kelley, and DeDe Sanders.
Karl Styron, Gregory Gray, and Nat Griffith were absent.
The meeting was called to order by Thomas Cox, who then asked for the reading of the minutes from the last meeting, September 18, 2019. A motion was made by DeDe Sanders, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried that the minutes be approved as printed. DeDe Sanders then made a motion, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried to approve the financial statement.
In new business a motion was made by Mitchel Kelley, seconded by DeDe Sanders, and carried to engage Coy Vincent with Gragson, Casiday & Guillory, LLP as our CPA. Then DeDe Sanders made a motion, seconded by Mitchel Kelley, and carried to accept the employee evaluations.
The 2019 amended budget and 2020 proposed budgets were reviewed to finalize and accept at the Budget Meeting.
The next meeting will be December 9, 2019. There being no further business, and upon a motion by Mitchel Kelley, seconded by DeDe Sanders, and carried the meeting adjourned.
Approved:
Thomas Cox, President
Attest:
Gregory Gray, Secretary
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REGULAR MEETING
Board of Commissioners of the Hackberry Recreation District
December 16, 2019
A regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Hackberry Recreation District was held at the Hackberry Recreation Center in Hackberry, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, on Monday, December 16, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Members Present: Travis Welch, Travis LaBove, Barry Stine and Terry J. Murphy.
Members Absent: Bethany Moore.
Guests: None.
The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Barry Stine, and the following business was discussed.
Motion was made by Terry J. Murphy, seconded by Travis LaBove, and carried to accept the minutes as read.
Motion was made by Travis Welch, seconded by Travis LaBove, and carried to accept the financial statements.
Motion was made by Travis Welch, seconded by Travis LaBove, and carried to elect Terry J. Murphy as Chairman of the Board for 2020.
Motion was made by Travis LaBove, seconded by Travis Welch, and carried to elect Bethany Moore as Vice-Chairman of the Board for 2020.
Motion was made by Terry J. Murphy, seconded by Travis LaBove and carried to adopt the 2020 Budget for the General Fund.
Motion was made by Travis Welch, seconded by Terry J. Murphy, and carried to adopt the 2020 Budget for the HRD/Multi-Purpose Facility.
Motion was made by Travis LaBove, seconded by Travis Welch, and carried to amend the 2019 General Fund Budget.
1. Increase Payroll $30,000.00
2. Increase concession supplies $20,000.00
3. Increase repairs $10,000.00
Motion was made by Travis LaBove, seconded by Terry J. Murphy, and carried to amend 2019 HRD/Multi-Purpose Facility Budget.
1. Increase Insurance $18,000.00
2. Increase Payroll $3,000.00
3. Increase Utilities $9,000.00
4. Increase Supplies $6,000.00
5. Increase Telephone $2,500.00
Motion was made by Travis LaBove, seconded by Terry J. Murphy, and carried to adjourn the meeting.
Approved
/s/ Dwayne Sanner
Sect./Treas.
Attest:
/s/ Barry Stine
Chairman
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received for the State of Louisiana by the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, 150 Terrace Avenue, 4th Floor Conference Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 until 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
ANY PERSON REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS SHALL NOTIFY THE COASTAL PROTECTION AND RESTORATION AUTHORITY OF THE TYPE(S) OF ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED NOT LESS THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE THE BID OPENING.
FOR: Rabbit Island Restoration - Vegetative Plantings Project, Cameron Parish, Louisiana
PROJECT NUMBER: CS-0080
Complete Bid Documents for this project are available in electronic form. They may be obtained without charge and without deposit from http://coastal.la.gov/resources/rfps-rsiqs-contracts/bids/. Printed copies can also be obtained from:
COASTAL PROTECTION
AND RESTORATION
AUTHORITY (CPRA)
150 Terrace Avenue,
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Attn: Allison Richard
E-mail: cpra.bidding@la.gov Phone: (225) 342-5453
Fax: (225) 800-5599
All bids shall be accompanied by bid security in an amount of five percent (5.0%) of the sum of the base bid and all alternates. The form of this security shall be as stated in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project.
The successful Bidder shall be required to furnish a Performance and Payment Bond written as described in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project.
A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE WILL BEHELD at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
February 18, 2020 at CPRA
Office, 150 Terrace Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Contact James McMenis at (225) 342-4662 if directions are needed to the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.
Bids shall be accepted only from those bidders who attend the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference in its entirety. It is the responsibility of all potential bidders to visit the job site to assess the location, logistics, and site conditions prior to bidding.
Bids shall be accepted from Contractors who are licensed under LA. R.S. 37:2150-2192 for the classification of Heavy Construction, Subclassification: Landscaping, Grading & Beautification or Specialty, Subclassification: Coastal Restoration & Habitat Enhancement or Specialty, Subclassification: Seeding, Sodding, Load & Soil Stabilization, Erosion Control, Sheet Piling. In accordance with LA. R.S. 37:2163(D), anyone objecting to the classification must send a certified letter to both the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors and the CPRA at the address listed above. The letter must be received no later than ten (10) working days prior to the day on which bids are to be opened.
Bidder is required to comply with provisions and requirements of LA R.S.38:2212(B)(5). No bid may be withdrawn for a period of forty-five (45) calendar days after receipt of bids, except under the provisions of LA. R.S. 38:2214.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. In accordance with La. R.S. 38:2212(B)(1), the provisions and requirements of this Section; and those stated in the bidding documents shall not be waived by any entity.
When this project is financed either partially or entirely with State Bonds or financed in whole or in part by federal or other funds which are not readily available at the time bids are received, the award of this Contract is contingent upon the granting of lines of credit, or the sale of bonds by the Bond Commission or the availability of federal or other funds. The State shall incur no obligation to the Contractor until the Contract between Owner and Contractor is fully executed.
Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is a participant in the Small Entrepreneurship (SE) Program (the Hudson Initiative) and the Veteran-Owned and Service-Connected Disabled Veteran-Owned (LaVet) Small Entrepreneurships Program. Bidders are encouraged to consider participation. Information is available from Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority or on its website at http://www.coastal.la.gov/.
STATE OF LOUISIANA
COASTAL PROTECTION
AND RESTORATION
AUTHORITY
LAWRENCE B. HAASE,
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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NOTICE
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District No. 9
4011 Grand Chenier Hwy
Grand Chenier, LA 70643
337-538-2440
The Cameron Parish Waterworks District 9 Water System 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 (LDHH) 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 LDHH 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 (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 fourth quarter of 2019 show that the system’s current TTHMs LRAA is 112 ppb at DBP01-Chenier Perdue Rd and 92 ppb at DBP02-180 2 B 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.
For additional information concerning this notice please call CPWW No. 9 at 337-794-6962.
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DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF CAMERON
STATE OF LOUISIANA
TRIPLE A CONSTRUCTION INC.
VS. NO. 10-14595
CARLOS DALE GIBSON
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, MARCH 4, 2020 at l0:00 a.m. the following described property to-wit:
LOT 4 OF PRAIRIE VIEW SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION OF THE WEST 5 ACRES OF THE WEST 40 ACRES OF SECTION 42, TOWNSHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE 10 WEST, PARISH OF CAMERON, STATE OF LOUISIANA
MUNICIPAL ADDRESS: 143 WELCH DRIVE, HACKBERRY, LA 70645
BEING THE SAME PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY CARLOS DALE & BONNIE SUE GIBSON FROM JOHN DAVID BUSBY & SALLY ANN BUSBY, BORN KYLE, HUSBAND AND WIFE, VIA WARRANTY DEED FILED OCTOBER 31, 1990, RECORDED IN CONVEYANCE BOOK 716, PAGE 163, RECORDS OF CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA
seized under said writ.
Terms: CASH DAY OF SALE.
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
CAMERON PARISH, LA.
Sheriff's Office, Cameron, Louisiana January 22, 2020
CECIL SANNER
Attorneys for TRIPLE A
CONSTRUCTION INC.
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SHERIFF'S SALE
THIRTY-EIGHT JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF CAMERON
STATE OF LOUISIANA
CALIBER HOME LOANS INC
VS. NO. 10-20414
CHRISTIAN DREW CHESSON
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, March 4, 2020 at l0:00 a.m. the following described property to-wit:
ONE CERTAIN LOT OR GROUND, SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF CAMERON, STATE OF LOUISIANA, DESIGNATED AS LOT TWENTY-TWO (22) OF BLOCK FOURTEEN (14) OF OCEAN VIEW SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION OF PORTIONS OF SECTIONS 34 AND 35, TOWNSHIP 15 SOUTH, RANGE 13 SOUTH, LOUISIANA MERIDIAN, AS PER PLAT PREPARED BY T.H. MANDELL, CIVIL ENGINEER, DATED SEPTEMBER 1930, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 171, AND RECORDED IN CLERK’S FILE NO 25837, OFFICIAL RECORDS OF CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA,
AND
TWO (2) CERTAIN LOTS OF GROUND, SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF CAMERON, STATE OF LOUISIANA, DESIGNATED AS LOTS NINE (9) AND TEN (10) OF BLOCK FOURTEEN (14) OF OCEAN VIEW SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION OF PORTIONS OF SECTIONS 34 AND 35, TOWNSHIP 15 SOUTH, RANGE 13 WEST, AS PER PLAT OF SURVEY OF T.H. MANDELL, CIVIL ENGINEER, DATED SEPTEMBER, 1930, REGISTERED AS PER PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 71, BEARING FILE NO 24837, OFFICIAL RECORDS OF CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA, TOGETHER WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS SITUATED THEREON SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS SERVITUDES, RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND OUTSTANDING MINERAL RIGHTS OF RECORD AFFECTING THE PROPERTY.
seized under said writ.
Terms: CASH DAY OF SALE.
/s/Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
CAMERON PARISH, LA.
Sheriff's Office, Cameron, Louisiana January 22, 2020
DEAN MORRIS, LLP
Attorneys for CALIBER HOME LOANS INC
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SHERIFF'S SALE
THIRTY-EIGHT JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF CAMERON
STATE OF LOUISIANA
IBERIABANK
VS. NO. 10-20408
RUSSEL S FAULK
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, March 4, 2020 at l0:00 a.m. the following described property to-wit:
LOT 3 OF MCKINLEY COURT, A SUBDIVISION SITUATED IN SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE 8 WEST, CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA, PER PLAT RECORDED AT PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 141 OF THE CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MANUFACTURED HOME SITUATED THEREON, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
MAKE/MODEL: REDMAN
YEAR: 2008
BEARING SERIAL NUMBER: 124-000H-012522 A/B
WIDTH & LENGTH: 26 X 48
AS IMMOBILIZED IN THAT CERTAIN ACT OF IMMOBILIZATION DATED APRIL 20, 2015, FILED IN THE RECORDS OF CAMERON PARISH, LOUISIANA.
(THE “PROPERTY’)
TOGETHER WITH ANY AND ALL PRESENT AND FUTURE BUILDINGS, CONSTRUCTIONS, COMPONENT PARTS, IMPROVEMENTS, ATTACHMENTS, APPURTENANCES, FIXTURES, RIGHTS, WAYS, PRIVILEGES, ADVANTAGES, BATTURE, AND BATTURE RIGHTS, SERVITUDES AND EASEMENTS OF EVERY TYPE AND DESCRIPTIONS, NOW AND/OR IN THE FUTURE RELATING TO THE PROPERTY, AND ANY AND ALL ITEMS FIXTURES ATTACHED TO AND/OR FORMING INTEGRAL OR COMPONENT PARTS OF THE PROPERTY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOUISIANA CIVIL CODE.
THE REAL PROPERTY OF ITS ADDRESS IS COMMONLY KNOWN AS 107 ZACHARY LANE LAKE CHARLES, LA 70607
seized under said writ.
Terms: CASH DAY OF SALE.
/s/ Ron Johnson
Ron Johnson, Sheriff
CAMERON PARISH, LA.
Sheriff's Office, Cameron, Louisiana January 27, 2020
ONEBANE LAW FIRM
Attorneys for IBERIABANK
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PROCEEDINGS
Parish of Cameron
December 9, 2019
The Cameron Parish School Board met at its regular meeting on this date and meeting was called to order at 5:02 p.m., members in attendance were: Marsha Trahan, Telesha Bertrand, Robin Morales, Sheila Miller, Christi Labove, Sharon Picou, Joseph Delcambre and Randall Faulk
The prayer and the pledge were led by Mrs. Bertrand and Mrs. Miller.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved amending the agenda to move item number six and number seven to directly follow item number four, as presented by President Christi Labove.
On the motion of Mrs. Bertrand, seconded by Mrs. Miller, the Board approved the agenda.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Trahan, the Board approved the minutes of the November 4, 2019 regular meeting, as prepared by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved a Proces Verbal Resolution Promulgating the Results a Special Election held in School District No. 15 of Cameron Parish, Louisiana on November 16, 2019, as presented by - Joseph A. Delafield and the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved a Proces Verbal Resolution Promulgating the Results a Special Election held in Cameron Parish on November 16, 2019, as presented by Joseph Ad Delafield and the Superintendent.
The Board received information of recipients of the STAR program for the month of October, as presented by the Superintendent.
The Board received presentation of the 1st Quarter report for the 2019-2020 school year, as presented by Trainer Jason Rodriguez, Center for Orthopaedics.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mr. Delcambre, the Board approved extending the current lease on Section 16-5-5 for one year after receiving information from Ducks Unlimited Representative Cassidy Lejeune and current lessee Greg Naquin, as presented by the Superintendent.
The Board received information on 2018-2019 SPS/DPS statewide assessment results, as presented by the Supervisors and Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Picou, 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 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
• None at this time
B. Projects out for bid/quotes - James Hoffpauir, Project Management
• None at this time
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Trahan, the Board approved Gunter Construction Inc. as low bidder for Hackberry High School ADA Upgrades and Modifications Phase II - PW 4753 Site 28, bids were opened November 7, 2019, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Miller, the Board approved A-1 American Fence Co. as low bidder for South Cameron High School Fencing Project, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Bertrand, 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 for review revisions to Policy IDDFA Special Education Advisory Council, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mr. Delcambre, seconded by Mrs. Miller, the Board approved the recommendation from the Superintendent for Tom Barrett Attorney firm to provide management of system’s 16th section lands, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival for events to be held December 28 through January 11, 2020, as presented by the Superintendent.
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Bertrand the Board approved the following as presented by the Superintendent:
A. Proposed new school facilities at Hackberry High School
B. Provisions of contract with architect
C. Assignment of David Brossett Architect
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mrs. Picou, the Board approved the 2020 Cameron Parish School Board meetings, schedule as follows, as presented by the Superintendent:
• January 13
• February 10
• March 9
• April 6
• May 11
• June 8
• July 13
• August 10
• September 14
• October 12
• November 9
• December 14
On the motion of Mrs. Miller, seconded by Mr. Delcambre, the Board received the Superintendent’s Report as presented by the Superintendent:
Cameron Parish School Board
Superintendent’s Report
December 9, 2019
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. Visited each school at least once a week to meet with administration regarding any issues and also visited various classrooms and teachers.
b. Assisted schools with gathering of necessary info for the Fall Site Visit.
2. District Operations and Financial Management
a. Participated in the Superintendent’s call with John White on 11/6/19.
b. Participated in Hackberry Community meeting on 11/6/19 regarding bond proposal and tax renewal.
c. Participated in Johnson Bayou Community meeting on 11/5/19 regarding tax renewal.
d. Met with Janice Leaumont from Hancock Whitney to discuss their services they provide to us and review our portfolio.
3. Student Growth and Achievement
a. Attended a program on 11/20/19 at HHS for high school students regarding workforce options after high school.
b. Participated in school system planning call on 11/6/19 regarding assessment results.
c. Attended a breakfast sponsored by 4-H while in Baton Rouge at LASE.
4. Communication and Community Relations
a. Attended CAC meeting with VNG on 11/21/19.
b. Attended Veteran’s Day program at GLHS on 11/8/19.
c Attended Veteran’s Day program at SCHS on 11/7/19.
d. Attended Veteran’s Day program at HHS on 11/6/19.
e. Attended Lion’s Club meeting on 11/4
5. Organizational Leadership
a. Attended the LASE conference in Baton Rouge 11/17/19-11/19/19.
b. Attended the 9th SPED Law Conference in Baton Rouge from 11/12/19-11/14/19.
On the motion of Mrs. Picou, seconded by Mrs. Miller, the Board adjourned the regular school board meeting at 6:15 p.m.
Christi Labove - President
Date: December 9, 2019
APPROVED:
Christi Labove - President
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
Charley Lemons, Superintendent
CAMERON PARISH
SCHOOL BOARD
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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - VOTING SESSION
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020
2:00 p.m.
Cameron Parish Police Jury
West Annex - Board Room
148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance/Prayer
3. PUBLIC COMMENT
4. Approval of Minutes
5. Approval of Add-ons:
6. Drilling & Pipeline Permits:
7. Other Permits: (MH)
a. Cameron Parish Gravity and Drainage District No. 4 - Creole, Lat 29 46 34.31, Long 93 06 34.46 (proposed to replace LaBove Bayou West Structure No. 1 to control water flow and salinity between the Creole Canal and interior wetlands. Approximately 350 cubic yards of native material will be excavated/backfilled. Tracked equipment and airboats will be used for the repair), Cameron Parish, LA. (200201)
b. D.P. Lands - Cameron Meadows Road, Johnson Bayou, Section 28, T14S, R13W; Section 33, T14S, R13W (proposed after-the-fact permit for placement of rock material along several areas on the side of the road to protect road from erosion), Cameron Parish, LA. (200202)
8. Appointments: (MC)
a. Waterworks District No. 9 - Tabled from last month
b. Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 - Tabled from last month
c. Cameron Waterworks District No. 1 - Tabled from last month
d. Fire Protection District No. 7 - Tabled from last month
e. Cameron Parish Library Board of Control - Appoint Kathleen Simon - Hackberry Member
f. Cameron Parish Library Board of Control - Appoint Thomas McDaniel, Ex-officio
g. Ambulance Service District No. 2 - Glenn Trahan, resigned
h. Gravity Drainage District No. 8 - Ted Joanen, term expired
9. Authority to Send Recommendation Letter to Governor’s Division of Administration for Appointment to Cheniere Plain Board (KB)
10. Proclamation - Mrs. Wanita Harrison (MC)
11. Proclamation - Mrs. Phyllis Pinch (MC)
12. Approve Property Insurance Quotes - Louisiana Companies (KJ)
13. Ratify approval of 2020 Police Jury Meeting Schedule (MC)
14. President Authority to sign annual LPA Assurance Letter with DOTD (EM)
15. Authorize Payment for Police Jury Association Dues - $7,200.00 (MC)
16. Authorize Audit Engagement Agreement with Gragson, Casiday & Guillory, LLP for the Year Ending December 31, 2019 (KA)
17. President Authority to sign Compliance Questionnaire with Gragson, Casiday, & Guillory, LLP (KA)
18. President Authority to sign Resolution to Amend the CEA for the "Cameron Amenities" Project (KA)
19. President Authority to sign Amendment #1 with Fenstemaker - Contract for Engineering Services on GOMESA Rockefeller Shoreline Stabilization Project (KA)
20. President Authority to sign Amendment No. 13 to the Grant Consultant Contract for the Parish Implemented Recovery Programs File No. 611-03 with Minvielle & Associates, Inc. for Rockefeller Shoreline Stabilization Project (KA)
21. Authority to Sell Surplus Equipment through public auction with Guinn Auctions (KA)
22. Authority to reclassify employees in the Accounting Department (KJ)
23. Pay Bills (KJ)
Adjourn Meeting
*Indicating Add-ons
Agenda Posting Date: Posting Time:
Signed:
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Mary Carroll 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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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - MORNING SESSION
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020
10:00 a.m.
Cameron Parish Police Jury
West Annex - Board Room
148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Robin Kershaw-Abshire - Arts & Humanities Council of SWLA
4. Logan Pruitt - Louisiana Companies Property Insurance Quotes
5. Katie Armentor - Voting Machine/Old DA Building
6. Joe Dupont - Ambulance No. 2 Pay/Per Diem
7. Review Agenda
Adjourn Meeting
Agenda Posting Date: _______ Posting Time: _______
Signed: _________
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Mary Carroll 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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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Cameron Parish Police Jury will consider amending the Cameron Parish Code of Ordinances, Chapter 10, Article VII - Temporary Food Service - Festivals and Fairs A public hearing will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Cameron Parish West Annex Board Room, located at 148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA, to consider any public comment, both written and oral. The proposed ordinance can be viewed on the Cameron Parish Police Jury website, www.cameronpj.org. Any written comments may be mailed to the Cameron Parish Police Jury, Attention: Mary Carroll, P.O. Box 1280, Cameron, LA 70631. Contact us at (337) 775-5718 with any questions regarding this matter.
FINAL DRAFT - REVISED 12/12/19
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE VII. TEMPORARY FOOD SERVICE - FESTIVALS AND FAIRS
Sec. 10-68. Recognized Festivals and Fairs
For purposes of the Louisiana Sanitary Code, the following festivals and fairs are hereby officially acknowledged by the police jury as recognized festivals and fairs within the Parish of Cameron:
(1) Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival
(2) St. Mary of the Lake Fall Food Festival
(3) Grand Chenier Alligator Festival
(4) Summer Bayou Bash Festival
(5) Hackberry Duck-Off
(6) Cameron Saltwater Fishing Festival
Temporary food service vendors may sell food and/or drink in a temporary location at the above listed fairs and festivals, provided such vendor is in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code. Neither a Temporary Food Service Permit, nor an Occupational License are required for temporary food vendors selling at a recognized festival or fair listed above.
Sec 10-69. Temporary Food Vendors: Holly Beach
Temporary food service vendors can sell food or drink in a temporary location on Holly Beach provided:
(1) Such vendors must be compliance with all provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code; and
(2) A Temporary Food Service Permit must be obtained from the Cameron Parish Police Jury before an occupational license can be purchased from the Cameron Parish Sheriff’s Tax Collectors Office.
(3) The Temporary Food Service Permit may be purchased from the Cameron Parish Police Jury at a cost of $100.
(4) The Temporary Food Service Permit is valid from the date of issuance until December 31 of the year of issuance.
(5) The Temporary Food Service must be located in a site which is both reasonably safe and convenient for the public and must be approved by the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
(6) A limit of no more than 4 temporary food service permits issued within one-year, excluding vendors selling food products such as ice cream, frozen novelties, snow cones, etc.
Sec. 10-70. Non-Profit Temporary Food Service Vendors
In areas of the parish not covered by Sec. 10-69, a Temporary Food Service vendor can sell food or drink in a temporary location only if:
(1) The Temporary Food Service Vendor is a non-profit organization or is operating on behalf of or for the benefit of a non-profit organization.
(2) Such vendor is in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code; and
(3) A Temporary Food Service Permit must be obtained from the Cameron Parish Police Jury before an occupational license can be purchased from the Cameron Parish Sheriff’s Tax Collectors Office.
(4) The Temporary Food Service Permit may be purchased from the Cameron Parish Police Jury at a cost of $100.
(5) The Temporary Food Service Permit is valid from the date of issuance until December 31 of the year of issuance.
(6) The Temporary Food Service must be located in a site which is both reasonably safe and convenient for the public and must be approved by the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
Sec. 10-72. Permits
A valid permit shall be posted in every mobile food service facility, where visible. Permits are not transferable. Permit fees will not be pro-rated based on the date of issuance. The Temporary Food Service Permit referenced above can be waived or reduced for non-profit organizations, in the discretion of the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received for the State of Louisiana by the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, 150 Terrace Avenue, 4th Floor Conference Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 until 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
ANY PERSON REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS SHALL NOTIFY THE COASTAL PROTECTION AND RESTORATION AUTHORITY OF THE TYPE(S) OF ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED NOT LESS THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE THE BID OPENING.
FOR: Rabbit Island Restoration - Vegetative Plantings Project, Cameron Parish, Louisiana
PROJECT NUMBER: CS-0080
Complete Bid Documents for this project are available in electronic form. They may be obtained without charge and without deposit from http://coastal.la.gov/resources/rfps-rsiqs-contracts/bids/. Printed copies can also be obtained from:
COASTAL PROTECTION
AND RESTORATION
AUTHORITY (CPRA)
150 Terrace Avenue,
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Attn: Allison Richard
E-mail: cpra.bidding@la.gov Phone: (225) 342-5453
Fax: (225) 800-5599
All bids shall be accompanied by bid security in an amount of five percent (5.0%) of the sum of the base bid and all alternates. The form of this security shall be as stated in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project.
The successful Bidder shall be required to furnish a Performance and Payment Bond written as described in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project.
A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE WILL BEHELD at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
February 18, 2020 at CPRA
Office, 150 Terrace Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Contact James McMenis at (225) 342-4662 if directions are needed to the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.
Bids shall be accepted only from those bidders who attend the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference in its entirety. It is the responsibility of all potential bidders to visit the job site to assess the location, logistics, and site conditions prior to bidding.
Bids shall be accepted from Contractors who are licensed under LA. R.S. 37:2150-2192 for the classification of Heavy Construction, Subclassification: Landscaping, Grading & Beautification or Specialty, Subclassification: Coastal Restoration & Habitat Enhancement or Specialty, Subclassification: Seeding, Sodding, Load & Soil Stabilization, Erosion Control, Sheet Piling. In accordance with LA. R.S. 37:2163(D), anyone objecting to the classification must send a certified letter to both the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors and the CPRA at the address listed above. The letter must be received no later than ten (10) working days prior to the day on which bids are to be opened.
Bidder is required to comply with provisions and requirements of LA R.S.38:2212(B)(5). No bid may be withdrawn for a period of forty-five (45) calendar days after receipt of bids, except under the provisions of LA. R.S. 38:2214.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. In accordance with La. R.S. 38:2212(B)(1), the provisions and requirements of this Section; and those stated in the bidding documents shall not be waived by any entity.
When this project is financed either partially or entirely with State Bonds or financed in whole or in part by federal or other funds which are not readily available at the time bids are received, the award of this Contract is contingent upon the granting of lines of credit, or the sale of bonds by the Bond Commission or the availability of federal or other funds. The State shall incur no obligation to the Contractor until the Contract between Owner and Contractor is fully executed.
Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is a participant in the Small Entrepreneurship (SE) Program (the Hudson Initiative) and the Veteran-Owned and Service-Connected Disabled Veteran-Owned (LaVet) Small Entrepreneurships Program. Bidders are encouraged to consider participation. Information is available from Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority or on its website at http://www.coastal.la.gov/.
STATE OF LOUISIANA
COASTAL PROTECTION
AND RESTORATION
AUTHORITY
LAWRENCE B. HAASE,
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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PROCEEDINGS
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
December 12, 2019
The Cameron Parish Police Jury met in regular session on Thursday, December 12, 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. Joe Dupont, Mr. Darryl Farque, Mr. Davy Doxey, Mr. Terry Beard, Mr. Kirk Quinn, Mr. Magnus McGee, and Mr. Lawrence Faulk. Mr. Anthony Hicks was absent.
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. McGee, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the board hereby approves to add the following item to the agenda: (Item 26) Authority to advertise for Road & Bridge Grand Chenier Road Crew Position. (Item 27) President Authority to sign Project Amendment for Rockefeller Shoreline Protection Project 12PARA3301, increase budget by $5 Million to add surplus funds.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque 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: Kirk Quinn recused from voting on item 6(b):
a. Cameron Parish Port Harbor & Terminal District - Cameron, Calcasieu River Loop Pass, Section 36, T14S, R10W, Section 31, 32, 33, 34 & 36, T15S, R10W (proposed dredging of the Calcasieu River Loop Pass to maintain and adequate depth of water in the channel to facilitate boat and barge traffic, this will result in approximately 375,000 cubic yards of material to be removed by hydraulic dredge and pumped to an area East of the channel along the shoreline, identified as Disposal Area "A" or West of the channel along the shoreline, identified as Disposal Area "B"), Cameron Parish, LA. (191201)
b. ICON Environmental Services - Grand Chenier, Hog Bayou, Latitude 29 43 43.24, Longitude -92 59 30.98 (proposed installation of soil borings and monitor wells for environmental assessment to determine impacts from historical oil/gas exploration and production), Cameron Parish, LA. (191202)
c. CP Marine Offloading, LLC - Cameron, Davis Road, Latitude 29 47 28.00, Longitude -93 19 16.00 (proposed construction of the Cameron Parish Amenities Project that consist of a 58 acre community recreational center that will include a boat launch, fish cleaning station, marina, elevated fuel tank, fueling station, water taxi to the Jetty Pier Facility, RV park, market, restaurant, picnic pavilion, playground, restrooms, outdoor flex space, storage and truck/trailer parking. The project will compensate for the functional loss of existing recreational facilities that can no longer be used due to the development of the Calcasieu Pass LNG Terminal), Cameron Parish, LA. (191203)
d. Miami Corporation - Cameron Creole Watershed, Section 25, T13S, 09W (proposed re-authorization of Mangrove Bayou Coastal Marsh Mitigation Bank to provide 101.58 acres of created brackish marsh and approx. 35.17 acres of enhanced marsh within Cameron-Creole Watershed. This project will provide mitigation for oil and gas exploration and production, as well as industrial development, residential, and commercial), Cameron Parish, LA. (191204)
e. Venture Global Calcasieu Pass, LLC - 295 Beach Road, Cameron; Latitude 29 46 35.92, Longitude -93 18 3.95 (proposed PHI facility will be used as bus parking and maintenance facility to support worker transportation during construction of Calcasieu Pass LNG Terminal. The buses will transport workers between the Terminal and the Helms Road Park and Ride facility south of Lake Charles in Calcasieu Parish. Facility will allow the buses to be parked closer to the transit route, improving traffic flow and reducing driver commute time.) Cameron Parish, LA (191205)
f. Cameron Parish Gravity Drainage District No. 4 - Section 25 & 26, T14S, R8W; Section 19 & 20, T14S, R7W (proposed cleanout of existing drainage laterals D & E approx. 16,456 linear feet.) Cameron Parish, LA (191206)
g. BP America Production - Section 46, T12S, R9W (proposed dredging for access and P&A the Adam Doiron A No. 1 Well, SN 53647) Cameron Parish, LA (191207)
It was moved by Mr. Beard, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, the board does hereby accept the resignation of Richard LaBove from the Waterworks District No. Nine Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send Mr. LaBove a letter of appreciation for his service to the board, and tables the appointment for 30 days.
It was moved by Mr. McGee, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the board does hereby accept the resignation of Barry Hunt from the Lower Cameron Hospital District No. Two Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send Mr. Hunt a letter of appreciation for his service to the board, and tables the appointment for 30 days.
It was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, the board does hereby accept the resignation of Darlene Higgins from the Cameron Waterworks District No. One Board, authorizes, empowers and directs the Secretary to send Ms. Higgins a letter of appreciation for her service to the board, and tables the appointment for 30 days.
It was moved by Mr. McGee, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried the Secretary is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to advertise for Public Comment for 45 days and to Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider the following Revision to Cameron Parish Code of Ordinances:
Proposed Amendments to Chapter 10 Article VII. Temporary Food Service - Festivals and Fairs
Sec. 10-68. Recognized Festivals and Fairs
For purposes of the Louisiana Sanitary Code, the following festivals and fairs are hereby officially acknowledged by the police jury as recognized festivals and fairs within the Parish of Cameron:
(1) Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival
(2) St. Mary of the Lake Fall Food Festival
(3) Grand Chenier Alligator Festival
(4) Summer Bayou Bash Festival
(5) Hackberry Duck-Off
(6) Cameron Saltwater Fishing Festival
Temporary food service vendors may sell food and/or drink in a temporary location at the above listed fairs and festivals, provided such vendor is in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code. Neither a Temporary Food Service Permit, nor an Occupational License are required for temporary food vendors selling at a recognized festival or fair listed above.
Sec 10-69. Temporary Food Vendors: Holly Beach
Temporary food service vendors can sell food or drink in a temporary location on Holly Beach provided:
1. Such vendors must be compliance with all provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code; and
2. A Temporary Food Service Permit must be obtained from the Cameron Parish Police Jury before an occupational license can be purchased from the Cameron Parish Sheriff’s Tax Collectors Office.
3. The Temporary Food Service Permit may be purchased from the Cameron Parish Police Jury at a cost of $100.
4. The Temporary Food Service Permit is valid from the date of issuance until December 31 of the year of issuance.
5. The Temporary Food Service must be located in a site which is both reasonably safe and convenient for the public and must be approved by the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
6. A limit of no more than 4 temporary food service permits issued within one-year, excluding vendors selling food products such as ice cream, frozen novelties, snow cones, etc.
Sec. 10-70. Non-Profit Temporary Food Service Vendors
In areas of the parish not covered by Sec. 10-69, a Temporary Food Service vendor can sell food or drink in a temporary location only if:
1. The Temporary Food Service Vendor is a non-profit organization or is operating on behalf of or for the benefit of a non-profit organization.
2. Such vendor is in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Louisiana Sanitary Code; and
3. A Temporary Food Service Permit must be obtained from the Cameron Parish Police Jury before an occupational license can be purchased from the Cameron Parish Sheriff’s Tax Collectors Office.
4. The Temporary Food Service Permit may be purchased from the Cameron Parish Police Jury at a cost of $100.
5. The Temporary Food Service Permit is valid from the date of issuance until December 31 of the year of issuance.
6. The Temporary Food Service must be located in a site which is both reasonably safe and convenient for the public and must be approved by the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
Sec. 10-72. Permits
A valid permit shall be posted in every mobile food service facility, where visible. Permits are not transferable. Permit fees will not be pro-rated based on the date of issuance. The Temporary Food Service Permit referenced above can be waived or reduced for non-profit organizations, in the discretion of the Cameron Parish Police Jury Permitting Office.
The President Joe Dupont, opened a public hearing to hear and consider comments on proposed amendment to the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Ordinance, changing the speed limit on Parish Road 647 (Black Lake Road) from 45 miles per hour to 35 miles per hour. There were no oral or written comments from the public to review, therefore it was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, the public hearing was declared closed.
The following amendment to the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Ordinance was offered by Mr. McGee, seconded by Mr. Faulk and declared duly adopted:
CHAPTER 14
MOTOR VEHICLES
AND TRAFFIC
ARTICLE III. OPERATION
OF VEHICLES GENERALLY
Sec. 14-35. Speed Limits
DELETE FROM SECTION 14-35 (b) the following road:
Road No. 647: Speed limit 45 miles per hour
ADD to Sec. 14-35. Speed Limits, the following:
(c) It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicle on the following parish roads at a speed in excess of thirty-five (35) miles per hour: Parish Road 647 (Black Lake Road), Hackberry, LA.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried the board does hereby approve Thursday, January 9, 2020 as the January 2020 Police Jury Meeting date.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried the board does hereby approve the following holiday schedule for 2020.
Wednesday, January 1st, New Year’s Day
Monday, January 20th, Martin Luther King Day
Tuesday, February 25th, Mardi Gras
Friday, April 10th, Good Friday
Monday, May 25th, Memorial Day
Friday, June 26th, Audrey Memorial Day
Friday, July 3rd, Independence Day
Monday, September 7th, Labor Day
Wednesday, November 11th, Veteran’s Day
Thursday, November 26th, Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 27th, Acadiana Day
Thursday, December 24th, Christmas Eve
Friday, December 25th, Christmas Day
Thursday, December 31st, New Year's Eve
1/2 DAYS
Thursday, April 9th, Day before Good Friday
Friday, May 22nd, Friday before Memorial Day
Wednesday, November 25th, Day before Thanksgiving
Wednesday, December 23rd, Day before Christmas Eve
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried the board does hereby approve the Budget Amendments as submitted for December 2019, hereby attached to these minutes and identified as "Exhibit A".
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried, the board does hereby adopt the Cameron Parish Police Jury Budget for Year Ending December 31, 2020, inclusive of all employee classification increases, employee reclassifications, and capital project allocation.
It was moved by Mr. Beard, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried that the following resolution is declared duly adopted:
RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION NO. 1105
STATE OF LOUISIANA
PARISH OF CAMERON
A RESOLUTION APPROVING TO ENTER INTO A CEA FOR THE PURPOSE OF CREATING THE REGIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE (RSC) AND APPOINT THE RSC MEMBER FOR REGION FOUR (5) - WHICH IS COMPRISED OF 16 PARISHES; AND AUTHORIZING THE RSC TO MAKE ADVISORY RECOMMENDATIONS OR ANY OTHER RELATED ACTIVITIES ON THEIR BEHALF FOR REGION 5 LWI
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Watershed Initiative was formed in order to coordinate statewide floodplain management efforts through a watershed management approach in response to the 2016 Great Floods and in preparation for future storm and flood events; and
WHEREAS, this initiative includes outreach with local communities to build support for watershed region management activities; and
WHEREAS, coordination among all Parishes in Region Five (5) is critical to reducing flood risk and preventing health, safety, and welfare of the residents of all Parishes in Region Five (5); and
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Watershed Initiative has requested applications for participation in a Regional Capacity Building Grant Program, which may enable the provision of technical assistance to the Parishes in Region Five (5); and
WHEREAS, action is now necessary to organize the Regional Steering Committee for Region Five (5) in order to structure the affairs for its meetings and business.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Parishes in Region Five (5) hereby agree as follows:
1. That a Cooperate Endeavor Agreement be entered by and between the Acadiana Planning Commission for the purpose of establishing a Regional Steering Committee comprised of the 16 Parishes and providing for the appointment structure, for the purpose of:
a. Guiding and advising of grant funding; and
b. Supporting the watershed region management activities in conjunction with the State of Louisiana Watershed Initiative, and any other activities related thereto.
2. That a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement be entered by and the Regional Steering Committee, on behalf of the 16 Parishes in Region Five (5), and the Acadiana Planning Commission, for the purpose of:
a. The Acadiana Planning Commission serving as fiscal agent relative to funding, including grant funding, received as part of the State of Louisiana Watershed Initiative; and
b. Supporting the watershed region management activities in conjunction with the State of Louisiana Watershed initiative, and any other activities related thereto.
THUS DONE AND PASSED on this 12th day of December, 2019.
APPROVED:
JOE DUPONT, PRESIDENT
CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
ATTEST:
DARRELL WILLIAMS,
SECRETARY
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, the President is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to sign the Lease Agreement with Louisiana Fur & Wildlife Festival for the Multipurpose Building and Land for the 2020 Festival.
It was moved by Mr. Farque, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried, the board does hereby approve the Liquor Permit for Rass Investment, Inc, d/b/a/ Quick Mart #2, 605 Highway 384, Grand Lake, LA 70607.
In response to an advertisement for the acceptance of bids for the Cameron Parish GOMESA Shoreline Stabilization Project No. 2189153, the following bids were received:
CONTRACTOR; BASE BID; ALT 1; TOTAL BID
Bertucci Contracting Co., LLC; $12,916,500.00; $148,750.00; $13,065,250.00
Pontchartrain Partners; $5,214,170.00; $476,000.00; $5,690,170.00
Patriot Construction & Industrial, LLC*; $ 5,224,470.00; $297,500.00; $5,521,970.00*
Considering the bid of Patriot Construction & Industrial, LLC as the lowest responsible bid, it was moved by Mr. Doxey, seconded by Mr. Quinn and carried, that the Board hereby accepts the bid of Patriot Construction & Industrial, LLC for Five million five hundred twenty-one thousand nine hundred seventy dollars and 00/100 cents for Cameron Parish GOMESA Shoreline Stabilization Project No. 2189153, and hereby authorizes, empowers and directs the President to sign all contracts pertaining to said bid.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried, the board hereby any and all necessary procurement procedures for consideration of Requests for Qualifications for Project #4277-5 GIWW Berm.
The following plan change was offered by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Farque and declared duly adopted:
PLAN CHANGE AND /OR
SPECIAL AGREEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 19-130 - CAMERON PARISH ROAD PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 - Increase contract time for an additional 30 days.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the Treasurer is herby authorized, empowered and directed to pay membership dues in the amount of Four hundred fifty and 00/100 dollars ($450.00) to National Association of Counties (NACO).
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried, the President is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to sign the Amended Contract with SWLAHEC to staff the Cameron Parish Health Unit through December 2020.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the Treasurer is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to pay the amount of Six hundred eighty dollars and 00/100 ($680.00) to the Chamber Southwest Louisiana for the 2020 Chamber SWLA Annual Banquet.
It was moved by Mr. McGee, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, that the Treasurer is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to pay the November 2019 bills.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Faulk and carried, the Secretary is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to advertise for a Road Crew Position in the Grand Chenier Road Crew.
It was moved by Mr. Faulk, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, the President is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to sign the Project Amendment for the Rockefeller Shoreline Protection Project 12PARA3301, to increase the budget by $5 million to add surplus funds.
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Beard and carried, the Jury shall go into Executive Session to discuss the Little Chenier Bridge Right of Way.
The vote thereon was recorded as follows:
YEAS: Joe Dupont, Darryl Farque, Davy Doxey, Terry Beard, Kirk Quinn, Magnus McGee and Lawrence Faulk
NAYS: None
ABSENT OR NOT VOTING: Anthony Hicks
It was moved by Mr. Quinn, seconded by Mr. Farque and carried, that the Jury shall return to regular session. The vote thereon was recorded as follows:
YEAS: Joe Dupont, Darryl Farque, Davy Doxey, Terry Beard, Kirk Quinn, Magnus McGee and Lawrence Faulk
NAYS: None
ABSENT: Anthony Hicks
The President called the meeting back to order.
There was no action was taken regarding the Little Chenier Bridge Right of Way.
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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CAMERON VOLUNTEER FIRE/RESCUE DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 1506
449 MARSHALL STREET
CAMERON, LA 70631
337-775-7511
Tim Dupont, Chief
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
January 9, 2019
BOARD MEETING
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Tammy Peshoff, Wendy Gaspard, Paul Sellers, and Shantell McDaniel
FIREMEN PRESENT: Chief Tim Dupont, Angel Baccigalopi, Clarence Dyson, Catlyn Hendrix, Melissa Dupont, Tricia Guidry, Jennifer Jones, Lisa Stewart
OTHERS PRESENT: Davy Doxey
Meeting called to order at 5:20 p.m. and the pledge was said.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff and seconded by Shantell McDaniel, it was agreed to dispense with the reading of the minutes and approve as is.
Chief Dupont explained the financial report and the fact that two donations had been received and the department didn’t owe the Police Jury anything at this time. On a motion by Tammy Peshoff and seconded by Paul Sellers, it was agreed to accept the financial report.
Angel Baccigalopi advised the board that Kentwood Water either needed to be renewed or cancelled. The cost for the past year was $500. On a motion by Paul Sellers and seconded by Tammy Peshoff, it was agreed that Kentwood should be cancelled.
On a motion by Paul Sellers and seconded by Tammy Peshoff, it was agreed to add Public Comments to future agendas. When asked for public comments, Clarence Dyson asked the chief and the board if the department could help with fundraisers for Kannon’s Christmas. On a motion by Tammy Peshoff and seconded by Shantell McDaniel, it was agreed to support Kannon’s Christmas with a fundraiser in July and helping with Christmas gifts.
On a motion by Paul Sellers and seconded by Tammy Peshoff, it was agreed to add election of officers to the agenda. On a motion by Tammy Peshoff and seconded by Paul Sellers, Delia Sanders was nominated and approved as President and Wendy Gaspard as Vice President.
Chief Dupont advised that another structure fire had been attended efficiently and that by the first of May, he would be asking for a new fire rating. The ladder truck had passed ladder inspection, but more parts had been ordered to keep things in running order. The electrical problems at Station 2 had been fixed a lot cheaper than anticipated and is now in working order.
On a motion by Paul Sellers and seconded by Tammy Peshoff, it was agreed to adjourn the meeting at 5:45 p.m.
Delia Sanders, President
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
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CAMERON VOLUNTEER FIRE/RESCUE DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 1506
449 MARSHALL STREET
CAMERON, LA 70631
337-775-7511
Tim Dupont, Chief
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
February 13, 2019
BOARD MEETING
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Delia Sanders, Tammy Peshoff, Wendy Gaspard, Shantell McDaniel
FIREMEN PRESENT: Chief Tim Dupont, Clarence Dyson, Catlyn Hendrix, Angel Baccigalopi, Ira Rodrigue, Jr
Meeting was called to order at 5:15 p.m. and the pledge was said.
On a motion by Wendy and seconded by Tammy, it was agreed to dispense with the reading of the minutes and approve as is.
The financial report was not available on time and will be emailed to board members as soon as it is ready.
Chief Dupont reported that:
1. The blue firetruck has been moved to Station 2 until it can be fixed and the red truck moved to
Station 1.
2. The elevator has been fixed and is now working.
3. The fire department no longer does medical calls, so no medicine should be in the trucks.
4. There is now a lockbox on the outside of the building with a remote in it to open the bay doors. Regular doors should stay locked to keep non-personnel out of the building.
5. The request for a new rating inspection is still expected for May.
6. Preplans and hydrant checks still need to be finished before the inspection.
7. The shifter for the blue truck is being ordered from EBAY for $700 instead of Bonaventure for $3000.
8. The Creole reserve truck for Cameron is not working and an intergovernmental agreement is needed between the two areas to share equipment. That way the Creole equipment could be put on the Cameron Ladder Truck and it could be used as the reserve truck for both areas.
On a motion by Tammy and seconded by Shantell, it was agreed to have Jennifer Jones write up an intergovernmental agreement between the Cameron and Creole Fire Departments to share a reserve truck and equipment.
Clarence informed everyone that the fundraiser for Kannon’s Christmas would be held the second weekend of July. Jennifer would be contacted for supplies.
On a motion by Tammy and seconded by Wendy, it was agreed to adjourn the meeting at 6:09 p.m.
Delia Sanders, President
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
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CAMERON VOLUNTEER FIRE/RESCUE DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 1506
449 MARSHALL STREET
CAMERON, LA 70631
337-775-7511
Tim Dupont, Chief
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
March 20, 2019
BOARD MEETING
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Delia Sanders, Paul Sellers, Shantell McDaniel
FIREMEN PRESENT: Tim Dupont, Angel Baccigalopi, Clarence Dyson, Jr, Tricia Guidry
OTHERS PRESENT: Fred Sanders
Meeting was called to order at 5:34 p.m. and the pledge was led by Clarence Dyson, Jr.
On a motion by Paul Sellers and seconded by Shantell McDaniel, it was agreed to dispense with the reading of the minutes and approve as is.
On a motion by Paul and seconded by Shantell, it was agreed to accept the January financial report.
On a motion by Paul and seconded by Shantell, it was agreed to add to the agenda the discussion of the letter of the lawsuit of the former firemen. With a roll call of Delia, Paul, and Shantell, the motion passed with all ayes.
Jennifer Jones was put on speakerphone (as she was out of town) and explained the letter she sent to the former firemen’s lawyer. She wasn’t too concerned that anything would happen to the Cameron Fire Department. Jennifer and Paul also addressed the issue of Scott Wenzel (a.k.a. Critter) who was back in jail for remaining on property after being forbidden and intoxication. On a motion by Paul and seconded by Shantell, it was agreed to advise Critter to not enter the fire department property at all or would be arrested for remaining after forbidden and go back to jail. Roll call count was all ayes.
Chief Dupont advised that:
1. The primers on the trucks were out but the parts to fix them were in and would be fixed next week. Bonaventure wanted to charge $1400, but a local mechanic could fix them for less than $400.
2. The shifter on the blue truck had been fixed, but a brake was sticking and needed to be fixed.
3. The “white box” truck was on its way to Lake Charles to be fixed when it had a blowout, so it was parked at Marshland. The front end was messed up and two new tires were being put on.
4. The intergovernmental agreement has been written and was awaiting signatures.
5. Training starts again next month.
6. There is a trailer in Ridgecrest Subdivision that may be able to be used for fire training, it needed to be walked through to make sure there was nothing dangerous.
7. There were two new applications for volunteer firefighters from the Kiewit Company. Background checks needed to be made before accepting them.
On a motion by Paul and seconded by Shantell, it was agreed to adjourn at 6:11 p.m.
Delia Sanders, President
Angel Baccigalopi, Secretary
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Water and
Wastewater District No. 1
Wednesday, January 8, 2020
The Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District No. 1 Board met in regular session on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. in the water district office located at 126 Ann Street in the town of Cameron, Louisiana.
Guest: Coy Vincent, Auditor
President Chris Mooney called the meeting to order.
The Pledge was led by Chris Mooney, and the Prayer was led by Darlene Higgins.
Roll Call: Present: Chris Mooney, Tammy Peshoff and Kathy Guthrie
Absent: Fred Sanders
There were no Public Comments.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, to approve and dispense from reading the regular session November 25, 2019 minutes.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Tammy Peshoff and carried, to approve the financial statement for the month of November.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, that the bills for the month of November be paid.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Tammy Peshoff and carried, to sign and return the Engagement letter for the audit ending December 31, 2019 by Coy Vincent of Gragson, Cassiday & Guillory.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Tammy Peshoff and carried, to complete, approve, sign and return the Louisiana Compliance Questionnaire to Coy Vincent, Auditor.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Tammy Peshoff and carried, to amend the 2019 budget.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, to approve the 2020 budget.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, to adopt the Cameron Pilot as the official news journal for 2020.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Tammy Peshoff and carried, to approve Coy Vincent of Gragson, Cassiday & Guillory as our auditor for 2020.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Chris Mooney and carried, to issue Superintendent, Joey Dockins a $1.00 per hour salary adjustment, Operator, Kirk Peshoff a $2.00 per hour salary adjustment, Secretary, Kim Murphy a $1.00 per hour salary adjustment and Secretary, Lisa Benoit a $.50 per hour salary adjustment effective January 5, 2020 pay period.
On a motion by Tammy Peshoff, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, there being no further business, the meeting stands adjourned.
/s/ Chris Mooney
Chris Mooney, President
Cameron Parish
Water & Wastewater #1
/s/ Kim Murphy
Kim Murphy, Secretary
Custodian of Records
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Water and
Wastewater District No. 1
Thursday, January 23, 2020
The Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District No. 1 Board met in regular session on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. in the water district office located at 126 Ann Street in the town of Cameron, Louisiana.
Guest: none
Vice President Tammy Peshoff called the meeting to order.
The Pledge was led by Kathy Guthrie, and the voluntary Prayer was led by Tammy Peshoff
Roll Call: Present: Tammy Peshoff, Kathy Guthrie and Fred Sanders
Absent: Chris Mooney
There were no Public Comments.
On a motion by Fred Sanders, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, to approve and dispense from reading the regular session January 8, (for December), 2020 minutes.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Fred Sanders and carried, to approve the financial statement for the month of December.
On a motion by Fred Sanders, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, that the bills for the month of December be paid.
On a motion by Kathy Guthrie, seconded by Fred Sanders and carried, to hire Ranco Sandblasting and Painting to paint all fire hydrants in our district.
On a motion by Fred Sanders, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, to leave the officers of the board members as is for the year 2020.
On a motion by Fred Sanders, seconded by Kathy Guthrie and carried, there being no further business, the meeting stands adjourned.
/s/ Tammy Peshoff
Tammy Peshoff, Vice President
Cameron Parish Water &
Wastewater #1
/s/ Kim Murphy
Kim Murphy, Secretary
Custodian of Records
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JURY LIST
The following Cameron Parish citizens are called to serve Petit Jury duty beginning Tuesday, March 3:
Lisa Bowman Babineaux, Lake Charles; Eric P. Baccigalopi, Cameron; Lacie R. Baccigalopi, Creole; James A. Beard, Hackberry; Kevin Joseph Benoit, Lake Charles; Rusty S. Benson, Grand Chenier; Joseph S. Broussard, Creole; Stanley J. Broussard, Bell City; Wendell J. Broussard, Grand Chenier; Janie H. Brown, Hackberry;
Linda F. Choate, Lake Charles; Tonya Renee Clement, Lake Charles; Michael Edward Coats, Lake Charles; Gregory A. Comeaux, Creole; George D. Conner, Cameron; Jill Ann Conner, Lake Charles; Michael Jared Conner, Creole; Lisa Blake Constance, Hackberry; Daphanne Andrea Creel, Lake Charles; Jo Ann Daigle, Hackberry;
Michael W. Daigle, Hackberry; Carissa Devall Dennis, Hackberry; Adam Duhon, Creole; David W. Duhon, Lake Charles; Adrianna D. Dupuis, Lake Charles; Andrea J. Furman, Lake Charles; George M. Garven, Lake Charles; Donna T. Granger, Lake Charles; Gregory Gray, Hackberry; Seth E. Guidry, Lake Charles;
Theresa J. Guidry, Hackberry; Dwayne Ray Guillory, Lake Charles; Lori Ann Hardin, Hackberry; Anna M. Hebert, Kaplan; Gilbert L. Hebert, Lake Charles; Kathrine Marie Hebert, Lake Charles; Laurie Dubois Hebert, Lake Arthur; Joseph J. Higgins III, Cameron; Glenn Martin Jinks, Hackberry; Norman G. Jinks, Hackberry;
Jerry G. Jones Sr., Lake Charles; Robert E. Rocky Kelley, Lake Charles; Jennifer L. LaBove, Cameron; Peter Charles Lancaster, Lake Charles; Brandi S. Landreneaux, Lake Charles; Jared Wayne LeBoeuf, Cameron; Carroll J. LeMaire, Lake Charles; Myron K. Little, Grand Chenier; Shon D. Manuel, Cameron; Joshua Keith McKoin, Grand Chenier;
Michael Paul Merritt, Cameron; Clayton A. Mhire, Sweetlake; Ernest A. Mhire, Lake Charles; Michael Wayne Miller, Bell City; Roy L. Miller, Lake Arthur; Troy A. Miller, Creole; Inez J. Morlewski, Lake Charles; Annette G. Norman, Lake Charles; Jerry W. Nunez, Lake Charles; Thomas Nunez, Creole;
Marion Andrew Oliver Jr., Cameron; Emily LaBove Pence, Lake Charles; Dan H. Poole Jr., Lake Charles; Joshua H. Poole, Hackberry; Patsy M. Porche, Cameron; Flavia P. Precht, Bell City; Jessica D. Richard, Grand Chenier; Marlene R. Richard, Hackberry; Micheal Evans Richard, Bell City; Walt Allen Richard, Grand Chenier;
Nicholas M. Rodrigue, Cameron; Dwayne A. Sanner, Hackberry; Steve M. Sikich, Big Lake; Marshall Earl Spicer, Hackberry; Kathryn Marie Stearns, Lake Charles; Eric J. Stelly, Grand Chenier; J. Wayne Sturlese, Lake Charles; Gene R. Stutes, Lake Charles; Kenneth Jude Theriot, Cameron; Michael Brien Theriot, Creole;
Sherrie R. Theriot, Creole; Bernadale R. Thibodeaux, Lake Charles; Anthony J. Thomas, Lake Charles; Barry B. Thomas Jr., Lake Charles; Gayla Jo Thomason, Hackberry; Richard E. Toerner, Lake Charles; Ricky L. Trahan, Cameron; Travis W. Trahan, Cameron; Jerome C. Verzwyvelt, Lake Charles; Lori Lyn Verzwyvelt, Lake Charles;
Clarence Vidrine Jr., Grand Chenier; Phillip J. Vidrine, Gueydan; Keith W. Weekly, Lake Arthur; Ursula Spring Weekly, Lake Arthur; Tamra H. Welch, Hackberry; Cheryl A. Whatley, Hackberry; Peter James White, Grand Lake; Wendy L. Wicke, Lake Charles; Melissa B. Widcamp, Lake Charles; Michael A. Young, Lake Charles.
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Cameron Parish Beachfront
Development District #1
Johnson Bayou • Holly Beach
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Monday, February 10, 2020,
6:00 p.m.
Johnson Bayou
Community Center
5556 Gulf Beach Highway,
Johnson Bayou, LA
. Call to Order
2. Pledge
3. Prayer
4. Roll Call
5. Acknowledgement of Guests
6. Approval of Minutes from January 20, 2020, Meeting
7. Old Business
a. Update on remedies for exposed pipeline and scouring at Little Florida Beach
b. Update on cost estimates for the placement of concrete barriers at Mile Marker 22
c. Update on production and placement of Rip Current warning signs
d. Coastal Development Master Plan update
e. Update on “Welcome to Holly Beach” sign - JoElla Bott
8. New Business
9. Pay Bills
10. Adjournment
Chairman: Lisa Hunt: 337-794-6638
Vice-Chairman: Joella Bott: 713-898-8978
Secretary: Michele Long, 409-893-2154
Richard Burbank, 337-569-2190
Terry Burroughs: 409-719-2798
Mark McCombs, 337-263-2271
Honorary Member - James Turner: 337-353-5370
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