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O-9

PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
A regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors for Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 2 was held on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at the waterworks office in Hackberry, Louisiana at 7:00 p.m.
Members present: Mr. Mark Trahan, Mr. Brad Hinton, Mr. Michael Fewell, Mr. Donald Buford, and Mr. Michael Welch. Employees present: Mr. Glenn Welch and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve. Guests: Mr. Anthony Hicks, Police Juror and Mr. Andrew Mattingly with Meyers & Association, Inc.
Mr. Trahan opened the meeting and called row.
Mr. Trahan led the Pledge and Prayer.
Sealed bids on the surplus was opened. There was only one bidder Mr. Ernest Pine for $31.00. Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried to accept Mr. Pine’s bid. Mr. Pine has 15 days to remove the equipment.
Mr. Hinton moved to adopt the minutes from the previous meeting, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried.
Mr. Mattingly gave a brief rundown on a study of the District’s water system and reported that it is in good shape.
Mr. Welch moved, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried to haul the fiberglass building at Well Site #2 to the dump.
The New Holland backhoe needs some repair and needs to go to the shop.
Mr. Fewell moved Mr. Hinton seconded and carried to table the letter of No objection on the turning lane project at the LNG facility.
Mr. Welch got two quotes on upgrading the Hurricane fences around the Well Sites 2 and 3. A-1 Fence quoted $11,717.00 to demolish and install new fences, and Sanford Fences, LLC, $8940.00 to take down fence and removal of fence. Mr. Buford moved, Mr. Fewell seconded, and carried to adopt Sanford Fences, LLC’s quote.
The leaks on Pete Seay Road, Colligan Lane, and the one by Johnny Little’s chicken yard have been fixed.
Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Fewell seconded, and carried to purchase (1) load of rock from the Cameron Parish Police Jury to be spread at Well Site #3 and the Community Center for approximately $850.00.
Mr. Cloud called Mr. Robinson to come fix fire hydrants. Mr. Welch will put two back on line.
Mr. Welch informed two auto read meters are up and running. Also, he ordered the markers to be put down marking the main water valves.
The Board reminded that when a tap is put in, it must have a backflow preventer and auto read meter.
Mr. Fewell moved and Mr. Welch moved to make Mr. Cloud and Mr. Welch equal and same wages. Mr. Hinton, Mr. Welch, Mr. Fewell voted for, Mr. Buford opposed. The motion carried.
Mr. Hinton moved to hold a special meeting to adopt the new job description, Mr. Welch seconded, Mr. Fewell voted for. Mr. Buford opposed.
A Special meeting will be held Wednesday, June 28th at 7:00.
Mr. Buford moved, Mr. Hinton seconded and carried to pay bills.
The next regular monthly meeting will be July 12, 2017 at 7:00.
Mr. Buford moved, Mr. Hinton seconded and carried to adjourn the meeting.
/s/ Michael Fewell
Michael Fewell-Vice President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford-Sec./Trea.
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O-10

PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
A special meeting of the Board of Directors for Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 2 was held on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the waterworks office in Hackberry, Louisiana.
Members present: Mr. Mark Trahan, Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Brad Hinton, Mr. Michael Fewell, and Mr. Michael Welch. Members absent None. Employees present: Mr. Kelly Cloud, Mr. Glenn Welch, and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve.
Mr. Trahan opened the meeting, and called the row.
Mr. Trahan led the Pledge and Prayer.
Mr. Fewell moved, Mr. Hinton seconded to make Mr. Cloud and Mr. Welch to have the same operator/specialist duties with the same wage rate. Mr. Fewell, Mr. Hinton, and Mr. Welch voted for the Mr. Buford opposed. The motion carried.
Mr. Trahan signed the Letter of no Objection for Neel-Schaffer, Inc. to do the turning lanes at Cameron LNG.
Under old business there was a reminder that any new tap should have a backflow preventor and meter.
Mr. Hinton moved to adjourn, Mr. Buford seconded and carried to adjourn the meeting.
/s/ Michael Fewell
Michael Fewell-Vice President
Mark Trahan-President
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O-11

PROCEEDING
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
Cameron Parish Waterworks District #2’s Board of Directors held a regular monthly meeting Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 7:00 at the waterworks office in Hackberry, Louisiana.
Members present: Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Michael Fewell, Mr. Michael Welch, and Mr. Brad Hinton. Member absent: Mr. Mark Trahan. Employees present: Mr. Kelly Cloud, Mr. Glenn Welch, and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve. Guest: Mr. Coy Vincent, Auditor.
Mr. Fewell opened the meeting and led the Pledge and Prayer.
Mr. Vincent presented the audit to the Board for 2016. Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried to adopt the audit.
Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried to table the changing of three outside doors.
Mr. Welch is supposed to get some quotes on re-painting fire hydrants. Mr. Mike Welch said the fire hydrants are good.
Mr. Welch told the Board that the markers for the main valves came in at Currie’s.
The next meeting will be August 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Buford seconded and carried to adjourn the meeting.
/s/ Michael Fewell
Michael Fewell-Vice President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford-Sec./Trea.
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O-12

PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Water and
Wastewater District No. 1
September 28, 2017
The Cameron Parish Water and Wastewater District No. 1 Board met in regular session on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. in the water district office located at 126 Ann Street in the town of Cameron, Louisiana.
Guests: Davy Doxey, Tammy Peshoff
President James Boudreaux called the meeting to order.
The Pledge was led by Darlene Higgins and the Prayer was led by Hans E. Petersen.
Roll Call: Present: James Boudreaux, Fred Sanders, Hans E. Petersen, and Darlene Higgins.
Absent: Chris Mooney
On a motion by Darlene Higgins, seconded by Hans E. Petersen, and carried to approve and dispense from reading the regular session August minutes.
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Fred Sanders and carried to approve the financial statement for the month of August.
On a motion by Darlene Higgins, seconded by Hans E. Petersen and carried that the bills for the month of August be paid.
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Fred Sanders and carried to accept the proposal for customers to be able to pay their bills online through a NexBillPay website.
On a motion by Hans E. Petersen, seconded by Darlene Higgins and carried to purchase new laptop with software included for meter reading.
On a motion by Darlene Higgins seconded by Hans E. Petersen and carried there being no further business, the meeting stands adjourned.
/s/ James Boudreaux
James Boudreaux, President
Cameron Parish
Water & Wastewater #1
/s/ Kim Murphy
Kim Murphy, Secretary
Custodian of Records
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O-13

JURY LIST
The following citizens of Cameron Parish are called to Civil Jury duty beginning Monday, Nov. 13:
Joseph T. Aguillard, Lake Charles; Julie D. Alford, Hackberry; James A. Alleman, Creole; Johnny L. Armstrong, Grand Chenier; Dana R. Baccigalopi, Creole; Michael G. Bartie, Cameron; Caroline Trahan Benoit, Creole; Kent Anthony Benoit, Cameron; Lana A. Bertrand, Lake Charles; Dinah Billings, Cameron;
Daniel W. Blanchard, Cameron; Earl K. Booth Jr., Grand Chenier; Samuel K. Bordelon, Lake Charles; Chester J. Boudreaux, Jr., Lake Charles; Patricia L. Boudreaux, Lake Charles; Tredale L. Boudreaux, Creole; Travis J. breaux, Bell City; Rachelle L. Brister, Lake Charles; Eric W. Broussard, Lake Charles; Stephen W. Broussard, Bell City;
Tracie A. Broussard, Lake Charles; Janie H. Brown, Hackberry; Kenneth W. Brown, Hackberry; Stephen T. Canik, Lake Charles; Daleen M. Cheramie, Lake Charles; Rhonda L. Coleman, Cameron; Tammie G. Conner, Lake Charles; Jerry W. Constance, Hackberry; Nancy C. Cronan, Lake Charles; Gilbert L. Daigle Sr., Cameron;
Penny P. Daigle, Lake Charles; Donna Welch Darbonne, Hackberry; Luke B. David, Gueydan; Linton B. Davis, Lake Charles; Angela K. Demary, Big Lake; Jeremy Chad Deshotel, Lake Charles; Jean Harry Dimas, Cameron; Jerry S. Dockins, Cameron; Kenneth W. Doucet, Lake Arthur; Christopher Scott Duhon, Lake Charles;
Elva S. Duhon, Lake Charles; Leon J. Duhon, Lake Charles; Theos Duhon Jr., Lake Charles; Danny N. Dyson, Lake Charles; Kathleen Y. Dyson, Cameron; Debbie A. East, Hackberry; Sheila A. Faulk, Lake Charles; Susan Ellen Fawvor, Grand Chenier; Kenneth R. Fontenot, Cameron; Troy D. Fountain, Cameron;
Sharon S. Furs, Lake Charles; George M. Garven, Lake Charles; Beverly Vines Goodrich, Hackberry; Amanda Kristin Granger, Lake Charles; Pierre W. Granger, Bell City; Charlene M. Guillot, Cameron; Darwin D. Guillot, Cameron; Belinda R. Guintard, Lake Charles; Thaunia R. Hardie, Creole; A. P. Harper, Grand Chenier;
Alvin P. Hebert, Cameron; Darrell P. Hebert, Lake Arthur; Debet Ann Hebert, Lake Charles; Gilbert L. Hebert, Lake Charles; Susan T. Hebert, Lake Charles; Sandra M. Hession, Lake Charles; Latosha R. January, Grand Chenier; Melisa W. Johnson, Hackberry; Tammy M. Johnson, Lake Charles; Casey L. Khoury, Sulphur;
George A. Kibodeaux, Hackberry; Gwendolyn L. Kirby, Lake Charles; Clarice Rome Lafosse, Lake Charles; Robert W. Landreneaux, Cameron; Gerald L. Landry, Hackberry; John J. Landry III, Grand Chenier; Michael B. Larue, Lake Charles; Alan W. Lavergne, Lake Charles; Kirk Jared LeBleu, Grand Chenier; Lawrence W. LeBoeuf, Lake Charles;
Ella Mae N. Little, Grand Chenier; Melanie Leigh Little, Hackberry; Mervin B. Mallett, Bell City; James G. Manuel, Lake Charles; Karen S. McCall, Grand Chenier; Daena D. McDaniel, Creole; Shantell L. McDaniel, Cameron; Suzanne G. McFatter, Lake Charles; Lori A. Melancon, Gueydan; Ronald E. Mhire, Lake Charles;
Lydia Louviere Miller, Lake Charles; Raymond Joseph Miller, Cameron; Roy L. Miller, Lake Arthur; Erik P. Morgan, Lake Charles; Lance R. Mudd, Bell City; Ramona L. Murphy, Hackberry; Eloise Navarre, Hackberry; Allen B. Nunez, Bell City; Donna F. Nunez, Sweetlake; Edmar J. Nunez, Creole;
Felisha S. Nunez, Bell City; Philip B. Nunez, Bell City; Rodrick A. Nunez, Creole; Donald W. Ogea, Lake Charles; Candace L. Olivier, Cameron; Wayne O. Palmer, Cameron; Russell D. Pesson, Lake Charles; Ronnie D. Picou, Lake Charles; Patsy M. Porche, Cameron; Donna Kline Precht, Bell City;
Flavia P. Precht, Bell City; Chad Primeaux, Hackberry; Patricia J. Primeaux, Cameron; Damien H. Quinn, Lake Charles; Christopher C. Racca, Hackberry; Jesse Devone Raffield II, Sulphur; Anthony G. Richard, Lake Charles; Patricia J. Richard, Lake Charles; Staffon Scott Richard, Creole; Yvette N. Richard, Lake Charles;
Patricia M. Robichaux, Bell City; David W. Romero, Lake Charles; Rogerest L. Romero, Cameron; Trisha N. Savoie, Hackberry; Lynda F. Scott, Grand Chenier; Kirk E. Seay, Hackberry; Scott A. Severson, Creole; Patrick L. Silver, Hackberry; Gerard Smith, Lake Charles; Christopher D. Spicer, Hackberry;
Rebecca M. Spicer, Hackberry; Gene R. Stutes, Lake Charles; Karl J. Styron, Creole; Kristy L. Styron, Lake Charles; Brenda Lynn Sullivan, Lake Charles; Debra S. Theriot, Bell City; Delaine J. Theriot, Lake Charles; Sherrie R. Theriot, Creole; Darrell G. Trahan, Hackberry; Eric L. Trahan, Cameron;
Mary Alice Trahan, Hayes; Scott A. Trahan, Creole; Patrick S. Vanzile, Hackberry; Denise A. Vincent, Lake Arthur; Mary A. Vincent, Creole; Carol W. Wainwright, Grand Chenier; Barry A. Watkins, Lake Arthur; Yvette B. Watkins, Lake Arthur; Kenneth P. Welch, Hackberry; Cynthia B. Wicke, Lake Charles.
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O-14

— NOTICE —
The October meeting for the Cameron Parish Gravity Drainage #3 will be held at the Cameron Port Office, located at 189 Henry Street. The meeting will be held October 17, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

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O-15

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids or electronic bids are requested by Cameron Parish School Board from general contractors for construction of:
PROJECT NAME: Johnson Bayou High School Land Clearing
SCHOOL: Johnson Bayou High School
PROJECT NO.: 2017-09-13
Bids will be received at the Cameron Parish School Board, 510 Marshall Street, Cameron, Louisiana 70631, until 10:00 a.m., LOCAL TIME, Friday, November 10, 2017:
Cameron Parish School Board
Attn: Stevie Barnett
510 Marshall St.
Cameron, LA 70631
Or electronically via Central Auction House at
www.centralauctionhouse.com
at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bidders have the option to submit their bids electronically by using Central Auction House at www.centralauctionhouse.com.
Scope of Work:
➢Clear approx. 100ft x 1000ft of land behind Johnson Bayou High school
➢Remove all debris off the land and school property or burn all debris on site
➢Add dirt to eliminate ponding water
➢Grade as required to drain
➢All oak trees over 24 inches in diameter are to remain
A PRE-BID CONFERENCE will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at the Johnson Bayou High School, located at 6304 Gulf Beach Hwy, Cameron, LA 70631. Attendance at this Pre-bid Conference is Not Mandatory.
Cameron Parish School Board reserves the right to award the project on whatever basis is in the interest of the Owner and to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive technicalities and informalities.
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O-16

ALCOHOL PERMIT
SLA Hotel and Restaurant Group, LLC d/b/a MainStay Suites is applying to the Louisiana Office of Alcohol & Tobacco Control to obtain a permit to sell beverages of high and low alcohol content in Cameron Parish at the following address: 700 Main Street, Hackberry, LA 70645.
SLA Hotel and
Restaurant Group, LLC
MainStay Suites
Members: Don McMath,
KACO Assets LLC,
John Michael Burdine LLC,
Capri Ventures LLC,
GVB Management LLC,
AEW LLC
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O-17

PROCEEDINGS
The Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 10 met in Regular session on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. at the Waterworks office in Johnson Bayou, Louisiana. Members present were: Mrs. Connie Trahan, Mr. Kent Carlson, Mr. Jim Snyder, Mr. Nathan Griffith and Mr. Wesley Roberts. Members absent were none. Guests attending were Stevie Trahan, Jamie Gray, Rhonda Morrison and Mark Young.
It was moved by Mrs. Trahan to call the meeting to order.
The prayer was led by Mr. Roberts.
The pledge was led by Mrs. Trahan.
It was moved by Mr. Snyder, seconded by Mr. Carlson and carried to accept the minutes as read.
Public Comment period was given on all agenda items. No comments were made.
Stevie Trahan and Jamie Gray spoke to the Board of Directors on behalf of Cameron LNG reassuring an open lin of communication now and in the future.
Mark updated the Board on the tube pump installation at the well site, replacement at the treatment facility, and generator issues in Johnson Bayou and Holly Beach.
It was moved by Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mr. Roberts and carried to approve the bills as paid.
With no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mr. Griffith, seconded by Mr. Snyder and carried to adjourn the meeting at 6:05 p.m.
R.S. 44:33.1-Public records can be obtained by contacting Rhonda Morrison at (337) 569-2110 or 6246 Gulf Beach Hwy. in Johnson Bayou, Louisiana.
The next Waterworks meeting will be held in November 2017.
Approved:
Nathan Griffith, President
Attest:
Connie Trahan, Secretary
NG/rm
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