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D-1

LEGAL NOTICE
The Cameron Parish Assessor will hold a public hearing on the proposed budget for fiscal year 2020. Said hearing shall be held at 10:00 a.m., December 12, 2019. Budgets of the Assessor’s Office are always available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Office of the Cameron Parish Assessor, East Annex Building, 110 Smith Circle, Ste. A, Cameron, Louisiana.
REVENUE; 2019 AMENDED; 2020 PROPOSED
Ad Valorem Taxes; $923706; $950000.
Sabine Pass CWIP; $48942; $48942.
State Revenue Sharing; $5658; $5500.
Federal Revenue Sharing; $2016; $2000.
Informational Services; $2500; $2500.
Interest Earnings; $7500; $9000.
Total Revenue; $990332; $1017942.
EXPENDITURES:
Personal Services; $639046; $700000.
Supplies; $9100; $12000.
Other Operating Expenses; $115110; $125000.
Capital Outlay; $0; $12000.
Total Expenditures; $763256; $849000.
Excess; $227066; $168942.
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D-2

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY
FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
ON PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN
THE LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY AND CAMEX
OPERATING COMPANY
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality and Camex Operating Company (Respondent), Agency Interest Number 86520, have entered into a proposed settlement agreement, Settlement Tracking No. SA-AE-19-0045, concerning the State's allegations of environmental violations by Respondent at its facility in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, which allegations are set forth in Notice of Potential Penalty, Enforcement No. AE-PP-08-0234.
The Department of Environmental Quality will accept comments on the proposed settlement for the next forty-five (45) days. The public is invited and encouraged to submit written comments to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Office of the Secretary, Legal Division, Post Office Box 4302, Baton Rouge Louisiana 70821-4302, Attention: Brandon B. Williams, Attorney. All comments will be considered by the Department of Environmental Quality in reaching a decision on whether to make the settlement final.
Terms and conditions of the proposed settlement agreement may be reviewed on the Department of Environmental Quality's website at www.deq.louisiana.gov, by selecting About LDEQ, Enforcement, and Settlements. The document may also be viewed at, and copies obtained from, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Public Records Center, Room 127, Galvez Building, 602 North Fifth Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802. To request a copy of the proposed settlement, submit a completed Public Record Request Form (DEQ Form ISD-0005-01). The form and instructions for completion may be found on the DEQ Website at the following address: http://deq.louisiana.gov/assets/docs/General/PublicRecordsRequestForm.pdf, or by calling the Customer Service Center at 1-866-896-5337.
Pursuant to La. R.S. 30:2050.7(D), the Department of Environmental Quality may hold a public hearing regarding this proposed settlement when either of the following conditions are met: 1) a written request for public hearing has been filed by twenty-five (25) persons, by a governmental subdivision or agency, or by an association having not less than twenty-five (25) members who reside in the parish in which the facility is located; or 2) the secretary finds a significant degree of public interest in this settlement.
For further information, you may call the Legal Division of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality at (225) 219-3985.
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REGULAR MEETING
Board of Commissioners of the Hackberry Recreation District
October 21, 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, October 21, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Members Present: Travis Welch, Bethany Moore, Travis LaBove, Barry Stine and Terry J. Murphy.
Members Absent: None.
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 Bethany Moore, and carried to accept the financial statements.
Motion was made by Travis Welch, seconded by Travis LaBove, and carried to adjourn the meeting.
Approved:
/s/ Dwayne Sanner
Sect./Treas.
Attest:
/s/ Barry Stine
Chairman
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D-5

NOTICE
Meeting Date Change
Budget Hearing on Funds of the Cameron Parish Mosquito Abatement
District No. 1
The Cameron Parish Mosquito Abatement District No. 1’s proposed and amended budget is available for public inspection. A public hearing will be held at 6:00 p.m., on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, at the Mosquito Control Office, located at 149 LeBlanc Rd., Creole, Louisiana for the purpose of hearing written and oral comment from the public concerning the proposed annual budget for the fiscal year 2020 and the use of funds as contained in that proposed budget.
Josh Hightower
Director
Cameron Parish Mosquito
Abatement District No. 1
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D-6

CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - MORNING SESSION
THURSDAY,
DECEMBER 12, 2019
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. Sonny McGee - Food Truck Ordinance
4. Emily Mock - Position for Grand Chenier Road Crew
5. 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 Darrell Williams at (337) 775-5718, describing the assistance that is necessary.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
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D-7

CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA - VOTING SESSION
THURSDAY,
DECEMBER 12, 2019
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:
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 an 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)
8. Appointments:
a. Waterworks District No. 9 - Richard LaBove, resigned
b. Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 - Barry Hunt, resigned
c. Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 - Lisa Hunt, term expired
d. Cameron Waterworks District No. 1 - Darlene Higgins, resigned
9. Authority to Advertise to Amend Ordinance Chapter 10. Health and Sanitation, Article VII Temporary Food Service
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; and
(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.
10. Chapter 14 Motor Vehicles and Traffic
ARTICLE III. OPERATION OF VEHICLES GENERALLY
Remove Parish Road No. 647 from section b
Add to Sec. 14-35. Speed Limits
(c) It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicles 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
11. Approve January 2020 Police Jury Meeting - Thursday, January 9, 2020
12. Approve Holiday Schedule for 2020
13. Approve Budget Amendments for December 2019
14. Adopt Cameron Parish Police Jury Budget for Year Ending December 31, 2020
15. President authority to sign Resolution to enter into CEA with the Acadiana Planning Commission concerning the implementation watershed Region 5 management activities in conjunction with the state of LA Watershed Initiative and Appoint Phillip “Scotter” Trosclair as the Cameron Parish representative on the Regional Steering Committee for Region 5.
16. President Authority to Sign lease agreement with the Louisiana Fur & Wildlife Festival for the Multipurpose Building and Land for the 2020 Festival
17. Approve Liquor Permit for Rass Investment Inc, d/b/a Quick Mart #2, 605 Highway 384, Grand Lake, LA 70607
18. Pay Bills
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 Darrell Williams at (337) 775-5718, describing the assistance that is necessary.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
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D-8

Cameron Parish Beachfront
Development District #1
Johnson Bayou • Holly Beach
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Monday, December 9, 2019,
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 October 14, 2019 Meeting
7. Old Business
a. Update on remedies for exposed pipeline and scouring at Little Florida Beach
b. Update on Shoreline Protection Project - CPPJ Agenda Meeting presentation
c. Discuss steps to expand the placement of concrete barriers at Mile Marker 22
d. Update on dumpsters placed at Sabine Pass and Cameron Ferry boat launches
e. Update on production and placement of Rip Current warning signs
f. Coastal Development Master Plan update
g. Report from Kara Bonsall regarding removal of 4” x 4” posts left from previous sand fencing projects
h. Update on “Welcome to Holly Beach” sign - JoElla Bott
i. Update on 2020 funding and discussion of ad valorem tax
8. New Business
a. Discuss enforcement measures for littering and sand dune protection laws - Cameron Parish Sheriff Ron Johnson
b. Sea Turtle Stranding & Salvage Network - Lyndsey Howell, Biologist, NOAA
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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D-9

PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Waterworks District #7 met in regular session on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 4:45 p.m. at the Waterworks Office in the town of Creole, Louisiana.
Members present: Guy Murphy, Lula LeBlanc, Robin Morales, Michelle Trahan.
Member absent: Jude Primeaux
Guest present: Davy Doxey
Guy Murphy called the meeting to order, and led the pledge.
Robin Morales made a motion to approve the minutes; it was seconded by Lula LeBlanc.
Michelle Trahan made a motion to wait till all board members were present to review salaries; it was seconded by Robin Morales.
Michelle Trahan made a motion to approve financial statement; it was seconded by Robin Morales.
Robin Morales made a motion to pay bills; it was seconded by Lula LeBlanc.
Michelle Trahan made a motion to adjourn; it was seconded by Robin Morales.
/s/ Guy Murphy
Approved
Guy Murphy
R.S. 44:33.1 Public records can be obtained by contacting Mary Canik at (337) 542-4718 or 184 E. Creole Hwy., Creole, LA. 70632
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Waterworks District #7 met in regular session on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 4:45 p.m. at the Waterworks Office in the town of Creole.
Members present: Jude Primeaux, Guy Murphy, Lula LeBlanc, Robin Morales, Michelle Trahan.
Members absent: none
Guest present: Davy Doxey
Jude Primeaux called the meeting to order, Guy Murphy led the pledge.
Robin Morales made a motion to approve the minutes; it was seconded by Lula LeBlanc.
Board approved .50 cent an hour raise for Waterworks secretary and operator.
Michelle Trahan made a motion to approve financial; it was seconded by Robin Morales.
Robin Morales made a motion to pay bills; it was seconded by Guy Murphy.
Michelle Trahan made a motion to adjourn; it was seconded by Lula LeBlanc.
/s/ Guy Murphy
Approved
Guy Murphy
R.S. 44:33.1 Public records can be obtained by contacting Mary Canik at (337) 542-4718 or 184 E. Creole Hwy., Creole, LA. 70632
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