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— PUBLIC NOTICE —
Cameron Parish Registrar of Voters office
will be conducting Early Voting at these additional sites
For the November 6, 2018
Open Primary/Congressional Election:

Our main office in Cameron will be open throughout the week of early voting 8:30 a.m.to 6:00 p.m., Tuesday Oct. 23, 2018 through Oct. 30, 2018 (Except for Sunday Oct. 28, 2018), Cameron Parish Registrar of Voters, 148 Smith Circle, Cameron La. 70631

Early voting in Grand Lake will be Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018

At the Grand Lake Fireman’s Center
963 Hwy 384
Grand Lake, La. 70607
1 day only from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Also

Early Voting in Hackberry will be Friday, Oct. 26, 2018

At the
Hackberry Recreation Center
1250 Recreation Center Lane
Hackberry, La. 70645
1 day only from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

(Any Voter Registered in Cameron Parish can Early Vote at these locations)
(Bring picture ID with you)

If you have any questions please call us at 337-775-5493

The deadline to register to vote in person or by mail was Oct. 9, 2018. The deadline to register to vote through GeauxVote online registration is Oct 16, 2018.

The deadline to request a mail ballot in Nov. 2, 2018 by 4:30 p.m.
Voters can request an absentee by mail ballot online through our Voter Portal or in writing through your Registrar of Voters Office (other than military and overseas voter). The deadline for a registrar of voters to receive a voted mail ballot is Nov. 5 by 4:30 p.m. (other than military and overseas voters).
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Minutes of Meeting
Cameron Parish
Gravity Drainage District 9
September 4, 2018, 6:00 p.m.
Hackberry Community Center
ADMINISTRATIVE:
Wesley Hardin: President
Jared Desormeaux: Vice President
Veronica Sellers: Secretary/Treasurer
Members Present: Wesley Hardin, Will Aucoin, Gordon Gremillion, Bobby Stansel, Jared Desormeaux.
Members Absent: None
Guests: Coy Vincent, CPA, State Auditor, Andy Vaughan
The August minutes and the August treasurer report were distributed to the board for review prior to the meeting. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to approve the minutes and treasurers report. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to approve the minutes as presented and Will Aucoin seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Will Aucoin made a motion to approve the treasurer report and Gordon Gremillion seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
BOARD BUSINESS:
1. Wesley Hardin opened the meeting for Public Comments on all agenda items.
2. Andy Vaughan told the board that there was a drainage problem on Pearce Mitchell Lane and explained what was happening. The board discussed the problem and will try to resolve the drainage problem.
3. Wesley Hardin said that Coy Vincent, CPA/State Auditor, was at the meeting to discuss retaining him to do the board’s 2018 state audit. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to retain Coy Vincent and sign the Engagement Letter to do the board’s 2018 state audit. Gordon Gremillion made a motion to retain Coy Vincent and Jared Desormeaux seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
4. The board also discussed with him preparation of the 2019 budget and future purchases. Coy Vincent said if the board had any questions or assistance with any issues, to contact him and he would assist the board.
5. Wesley Hardin said that Angler Bay is still having drainage problems. After discussing the problem, Brad Hinton will shoot the elevation to see the drainage of the area and check if any culverts are plugged.
6. Brad Hinton said that the flap gates on the School House Marsh Lateral are not working properly and needed to be replaced. The board agreed to replace the flap gates.
7. The board discussed other drainage issues.
8. The board had one (1) permit to review for approval: Gulfport Energy Corporation. After reviewing the permit, the board agreed to approve the permit. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to approve the permit. Jared Desormeaux made a motion to approve the permit and Bobby Stansel seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
9. The board reviewed the invoices for the month. Wesley Hardin asked if there was a motion to pay the invoices. Gordon Gremillion made a motion to pay the invoices and Will Aucoin seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
10. The board’s next meeting will be on October 2, 2018.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned.
Minutes prepared and submitted by Veronica Sellers, Secretary/Treasurer.
WESLEY HARDIN
President
VERONICA SELLERS
Secretary/Treasurer
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THE
November 14, 2018
MINERAL LEASE SALE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
OFFICE OF MINERAL RESOURCES
ON BEHALF OF THE STATE MINERAL AND ENERGY BOARD FOR THE STATE OF LOUISIANA
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70821

Notice is hereby given in conformity with La. R.S. 30:126 that sealed bids will be received in the Office of Mineral Resources, LaSalle Office Building, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (P. O. Box 2827, Baton Rouge, LA 70821) on or before 12:00 noon on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for a lease to explore, drill for and produce oil, gas and any other liquid or gaseous minerals in solution and produced with oil or gas on the following described tracts (Tract Nos. 44991 through 45022, inclusive). The sealed bids shall be opened publicly on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in the LaSalle Office Building, 617 N. 3rd Street, Capitol Complex, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The descriptions for the Tract(s) nominated below were, for the purpose of acquiring a mineral lease(s) or a geophysical agreement(s), provided and corrected exclusively by the nominating party. Therefore, any mineral lease(s) or geophysical agreement(s) awarded by the Louisiana State Mineral and Energy Board (Mineral Board) from the Tract(s) listed below are without warranty of any kind, either express, implied or statutory including, but not limited to, title or the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

An error or omission in the nominating party’s Tract description may require that a State mineral lease(s) or geophysical agreement(s) be modified, canceled or abrogated due to the existence of conflicting leases, operating agreements, private claims or other future obligations or conditions within the Tract(s) described. In such case, however, the Mineral Board shall not be obligated to refund any consideration paid by the Lessee prior to such modification, cancellation or abrogation including, but not limited to, bonuses, rentals and royalties.

Tract(s) available for leasing may be situated in the Louisiana Coastal Zone as defined in Act 361 of the Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature of 1978 (promulgated as LSA-R. S. 49:213) and may be subject to the guidelines and regulations promulgated by the Office of Coastal Management of the Department of Natural Resources for operations in the Coastal Zone.

Further, in accordance with Article XII, Section 10 of the Constitution of Louisiana, and notwithstanding any language herein to the contrary, any mineral rights granted by the Mineral and Energy Board to the tract(s) advertised herein are subject to the surface usage for integrated coastal protection or hurricane and flood protection projects promulgated, funded and effected through the State of Louisiana, the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, the Louisiana Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration, and the Department of Natural Resources and its divisions, whether solely or in conjunction with other state, local or federal governmental agencies or with private individuals or entities.

Bids may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the land advertised, but no bids will be accepted that does not equal the Minimum Royalty as set forth in La. R.S. 30:127 or which are not in compliance with the provisions of Sub- part A of Chapter 2, Title 30 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, other applicable laws or the guidelines established by the Board through the Office of Mineral Resources. The Minimum Royalty is not to be construed as an amount acceptable to the Mineral Board, it being the policy of the Mineral Board to reject any bid which does not reflect tract potential. The Board considers bonus, royalty percentage, and also compares royalty granted to landowners in the area.

Multiple portion bids on the same tract may be accepted by the Mineral Board, even though they overlap. In the case of overlapping portion bids on the same tract, each of which is otherwise acceptable to the State, the Mineral Board has the sole discretion, to determine which one of the multiple bids on the same tract is most advantageous and in the best interest of the State. The Mineral Board may base it decision on factors such as but not limited to the royalty, per acre cash payment, bonus, any additional consideration. The selected bid, (referred to as “Bid A”), will be given priority in having a lease issued. The Mineral Board will also indicate the acceptability of other portion bids on the same tract, if any, in the order of their acceptance (referred to respectively as “Bid B”, “Bid C”, etc.). Once the plat of “Bid A” ‘s portion has been rendered as accurately as possible, “Bid B” will be contacted and given an option to take a lease on the remaining portion of his portion bid acreage not overlapping “Bid A” ‘s bid portion, at “Bid B’ ‘s per acre bid price (both as to bonus and rental); and thereafter, each successive bidder whose bid is otherwise acceptable will be given the option to take a lease on whatever portion remains of his portion bid acreage at his respective per acre bid price, less and except any prior portion bid acreage on which the successful bidder has opted to take a lease.

The Mineral and Energy Board does not obligate itself to accept any bid, and that acceptance is at the sole discretion of the Mineral Board which reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to grant a lease on any portion of the tract advertised and to withdraw the remainder of the tract.

Refer to the “Notice of Publication” for the general guidelines, minimum requirements, and additional notes associated with each tract advertised. The “Notice of Publication” can be found at:
http://www .dnr .louisiana.gov/index. cfm/page/1454.

The rights to geothermal resources, free sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals are to be excluded from any oil or gas mineral lease and any bid purporting to include those rights will be disregarded as to the extent of those rights only.

If you require accommodations due to a disability in order to attend or participate in a meeting, please notify the Office of Mineral Resources at P.O. Box 2827, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-2827 or 225-342-4615 at least two (2) working days before the meeting date.

INLAND TRACTS (Tract Nos. 44991 through 45020 inclusive, herein cannot specify a lease primary term exceeding three (3) years).

TRACT 45002 - Cameron Parish, Louisiana
All of the lands now or formerly constituting the beds and bottoms of all water bodies of every nature and description as to which title is vested in the State of Louisiana, together with all islands arising therein and other lands formed by accretion or by reliction, where allowed by law, excepting tax adjudicated lands, and not presently under mineral lease on November 14, 2018, situated in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point having Coordinates of X = 1,273,901.52 and Y = 498,894.04; thence East 2,500.00 feet to a point having Coordinates of X = 1,276,401.52 and Y = 498,894.04; thence South 4,000.00 feet to a point having Coordinates of X = 1,276,401.52 and Y = 494,894.04; thence West 2,500.00 feet to a point having Coordinates of X = 1,273,901.52 and Y = 494,894.04; thence North 4,000.00 feet to the point of beginning, containing approximately 36 acres.

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PUBLIC NOTICE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY (LDEQ)
DUKEPARKER LLC DBA
BLUE HORIZON SEAFOOD
DRAFT WATER
DISCHARGE PERMIT
The LDEQ, Office of Environmental Services, is accepting written comments on a draft Louisiana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (LPDES) permit prepared for Dukeparker LLC, dba Blue Horizon Seafood, 232 Royer Loop, Sulphur, Louisiana 70663. The facility is located at 241 North Main Street in Hackberry, Cameron Parish.
The principal discharge from this existing source is made into Black Lake Bayou (Kelso Bayou) via effluent pipe, waters of the state classified for primary contact recreation, secondary contact recreation and propagation of fish and wildlife. Under the SIC Code 5146, the applicant proposes to discharge treated sanitary wastewater, shrimp unloading tank wastewater, and shrimp house washdown wastewater from an existing shrimp distributor.
During the preparation of this permit, it has been determined that the discharge will have no adverse impact on the existing uses of the receiving waterbody. As with any discharge, however, some change in existing water quality may occur.
Comments and requests for a public hearing or notification of the final decision can be submitted via personal delivery, U.S. mail, email, or fax. Comments and requests for public hearings must be received by 4:30 pm CST, Thursday, November 15, 2018. Delivery may be made to the drop-box at 602 N. 5th St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802. U.S. Mail may be sent to LDEQ, Public Participation Group, P.O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313. Emails may be submitted to DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@LA.GOV and faxes sent to (225) 219-3309. Persons wishing to receive notice of the final permit action must include a complete mailing address when submitting comments.
Please see additional instructions for comment submission, hand delivery and information regarding electronic submission at http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/page/the-public-participation-group or call (225) 219-3276.
If LDEQ finds a significant degree of public interest, a public hearing will be held. LDEQ will send notification of the final permit decision to the applicant and to each person who has submitted written comments or a written request for notification of the final decision.
The application, draft permit and statement of basis are available for review at the LDEQ, Public Records Center, 602 North 5th Street, Baton Rouge, LA. Viewing hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays). The available information can also be accessed electronically on the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) on the DEQ public website at www.deq.louisiana.gov.
Inquiries or requests for additional information regarding this permit action should be directed to Ardrene D. Logan, LDEQ, Water Permits Division, P.O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, phone (225) 219-3203.
Persons wishing to be included on the LDEQ permit public notice mailing list or for other public participation related questions should contact the Public Participation Group in writing at LDEQ, P.O. Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4313, by email at DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@LA.GOV or contact the LDEQ Customer Service Center at (225) 219-LDEQ (219-5337).
Permit public notices including electronic access to the draft permit and statement of basis can be viewed at the LDEQ permits public notice webpage at http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/public-notices and general information related to the public participation in permitting activities can be viewed at. http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/page/the-public-participation-group.
Alternatively, individuals may elect to receive the permit public notices via email by subscribing to the LDEQ permits public notice List Server at http://louisiana.gov/Services/Email_Notifications_DEQ_PN/.
All correspondence should specify AI Number 212456, Permit Number LA0127337, and Activity Number PER20180001.
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Cameron Parish School System
Job Advertisement — Skilled HVAC Technician

Job Responsibilities:
Applicant’s primary job is to make repairs to heating and air conditioning systems as needed to all parish buildings, additional background of plumbing, electrical, etc.is preferred, but not necessary. Applicant must provide estimates and costs on all parts and repairs associated with equipment and/or buildings. The applicant should have a general knowledge of vendors used by the maintenance department. Applicant is expected to inspect building and grounds for needed repairs/maintenance and report to supervisor.

Physical Demands Of Job:
This position requires continuous standing, walking, climbing, bending, crouching, carrying, and lifting of objects up to 100 pounds. Applicant may be exposed to cold, heat, dampness, and noise. Job may require after hour call outs to respond to emergencies. Applicant must be able to pass a yearly physical.

Job Qualifications:
Certification and/or experience as a HVAC technician is required. Applicant is required to pass a background check and physical prior to beginning the job. Employment references are expected.

Salary:
Salary is determined by years of experience. Salary schedule is posted on system website, www.camsch.org via the Information Link for Employment Opportunities.


Interested applicants should complete
An Application for Maintenance/Skilled Technician Position
Available on the system website, www.camsch.org via the Information
Link for Employment Opportunities
-or-
Picking up an application at the School Board Office
510 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA.
Deadline for applications is Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.
All applications should be mailed or hand-delivered to:
Mr. Stevie Barnett, Supervisor of Transportation
510 Marshall Street, Cameron, La. 70631
Applications accepted until the position is filled.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL
PUBLIC MEETING
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
DATE OF NOTICE: FEBRUARY 20, 2018
DATE OF WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018
PLACE OF MEETING: WATERWORKS OFFICE, 1190 MAIN STREET, HACKBERRY, LOUISIANA
ROLL CALL: Present: Mr. Mark Trahan, Mr. Brad Hinton, Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Michael Fewell, and Mr. Michael Welch. ABSENT: None.
EMPLOYEES PRESENT: Mr. Kelly Cloud, Mr. Glenn Welch, and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve. GUESTS PRESENT: Mr. Curtis Fountain and Mr. Anthony Hicks, Police Jurors, and Mr. John Wolford.
Mr. Trahan led the Pledge and Prayer.
The Board checked with Mr. Tom Barrett, Assistant District Attorney, regarding the legality of the System to install backflow preventors, and then bill the customer for parts and labor on all commercial accounts.
Installation and testing is mandatory as described by Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital. Once it is installed, the system will get it tested annually and bill the customer.
Mr. Fewell moved, Mr. Buford seconded and carried to go with Clear Choice Water Services.
Mr. Hinton moved, Mr. Fewell seconded and carried to adjourn the meeting.
/s/ Mark Trahan
Mark Trahan - President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford - Sec/Trea
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
A meeting of the Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 2 Board of Directors was held on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Hackberry Waterworks office.
Members present: Mr. Mark Trahan, Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Michael Fewell, and Mr. Brad Hinton.
Members absent: Mr. Michael Welch.
Employees present: Mr. Glenn Welch and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve.
Guest: Mr. Anthony Hicks, Police Juror.
Mr. Trahan opened the meeting and called roll: Mark Trahan, Brad Hinton, Michael Fewell, and Donald Buford present, Michael Welch absent.
Mr. Trahan led the Pledge and Prayer.
Mr. Hinton moved to adopt the new Tax Renewal, Mr. Fewell seconded, and carried.
Mr. Fewell moved to adopt the minutes from the previous meeting, Mr. Hinton seconded and carried.
Mr. Buford moved to pay the bills, Mr. Hinton seconded and carried.
The Board set the next meeting on Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
Mr. Hinton moved to adjourn, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried.
/s/ Mark Trahan
Mark Trahan - President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford - Sec/Tea.
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
A regular monthly meeting for Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 2 was held on Wednesday, August 08, 2018 at the Waterworks office in Hackberry, Louisiana at 7:00 p.m.
Members present: Mr. Mark Trahan, Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Michael Welch, Mr. Michael Fewell, and Mr. Brad Hinton.
Members absent: None.
Employees present: Mr. Kelly Cloud, Mr. Glenn Welch, and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve.
Guest: Mr. Anthony Hicks, Cameron Parish Police Juror.
Mr. Trahan opened the meeting and called the roll, all members were in attendance.
Mr. Trahan led the Pledge and the prayer.
Mr. Hinton moved to adopt minutes from the previous meeting, Mr. Welch seconded, and carried.
The Board discussed what to do about the meter at Cameron LNG.
Griner Drilling quoted $500.00 per well to come and flow test each site. Mr. Hinton moved to accept Griner’s quote, Mr. Welch seconded and it carried.
General discussion on grass cutting, markers on roads, fire hydrants, and meter reading.
Mr. Buford moved, Mr. Hinton seconded and carried to pay the bills.
Mr. Fewell moved to hold a Special Meeting August 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Mr. Hinton seconded, and carried.
Mr. Hinton moved to adjourn the meeting, Mr. Buford seconded, and carried.
/s/ Mark Trahan
Mark Trahan - President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford - Sec/Trea.
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish
Waterworks District #2
CAMERON PARISH WATERWORK DISTRICT #2 Board of Directors held a Special meeting Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 7:00 at the waterworks office in Hackberry, Louisiana.
Members present: Mr. Donald Buford, Mr. Michael Fewell, Mr. Michael Welch, Mr. Brad Hinton and Mr. Mark Trahan.
Employees present: Mr. Kelly Cloud, Mr. Glenn Welch, and Mrs. Marilyn LaBauve.
Guests: Mr. Tom Barrett, Assistant District Attorney and Mr. Anthony Hicks, Police Juror.
Mr. Trahan opening the meeting, called the roll, and led the Pledge and Prayer.
Mr. Fewell moved to go into Executive Session, Mr. Hinton seconded, and carried. Mr. Trahan asked if there was any objection for Mr. Hicks to attend. There was no objection.
Mr. Trahan asked Mr. Cloud, Mr. Welch, and Mrs. LaBauve if they wanted to meet privately or publicly. All agreed publicly.
Mr. Fewell moved to close the Executive Session, Mr. Buford seconded and carried.
Mr. Fewell moved to adjourn the meeting, Mr. Hinton seconded, and carried.
The next meeting will be September 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
/s/ Mark Trahan
Mark Trahan - President
/s/ Donald Buford
Donald Buford - Sec/Trea.
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PROCEEDINGS
The Cameron Parish Waterworks District No. 10 met in Regular session on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the Waterworks office in Johnson Bayou.
Members present were: Mrs. Connie, Mr. Kent Carlson, Mr. Jim Snyder, Mr. Wesley Roberts and Mr. Nathan Griffith.
Members absent were none.
Guests attending were Rhonda Morrison, Mark Young, and Jeff Landry.
It was moved by Mr. Griffith to call the meeting to order.
The prayer was led by Mr. Roberts. The pledge was said by all present.
Public Comment period was given on all agenda items.
It was moved by Mr. Roberts and seconded by Mr. Snyder and carried to accept the minutes as read.
The storage tank cleaning - inspection contract was discussed. It was moved by Mr. Snyder to accept the contract with Maguire Iron pending approval by DHH for a diver at the treatment facility. No public comment was given. The motion was seconded by Mr. Roberts and carried.
Tube pump installation in one storage tank at the treatment facility on the 2019 budget was discussed. The board requested additional information on frac tanks rental vs. tube pump installation for cost comparison.
It was moved by Mrs. Trahan, seconded by Mr. Carlson and carried to approve the bills as paid.
With no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mr. Griffith, seconded by Mr. Carlson and carried to adjourn the meeting at 6:15 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 2018.
Approved:
Nathan Griffith, President
Attest:
Connie Trahan, Secretary
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JOHNSON BAYOU
RECREATION DISTRICT OF CAMERON PARISH REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING
Monday July 23, 2018
The Johnson Bayou Recreation District of Cameron Parish met Monday July 23, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held at the Johnson Bayou Recreation Center located at 135 Berwick Road Johnson Bayou, LA 70631.
Members present: Mr. Jonathan Trahan, Mrs. Adrienne Jinks and Mrs. Janna Trahan
Members absent: Mrs. Wendy Harrington and Mr. Heath Jinks
Guest: Mrs. Heather Trahan
Mr. Jonathan Trahan called the meeting to order at 6:20 p.m.
The pledge and prayer were led by Mr. Trahan
Public Comment period was given on all agenda items. No comments were made.
Sealed bids were opened for the playground slides. The bids were awarded to the highest bidders.
Mrs. Heather Trahan updated the board on the splash pad projects for Holly Beach and Johnson Bayou.
A motion was made by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks, seconded by Mrs. Janna Trahan carried to accept the minutes from the June 18, 2018 meeting.
It was moved by Mrs. Janna Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks and carried to approve the bills as paid.
A motion was made by Mrs. Janna Trahan, seconded by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks and carried to accept review of the financial statements.
With no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks, seconded by Mrs. Janna Trahan and carried to adjourn the meeting at 6:30pm. The next regular meeting will be held in August.
APPROVED:
Jonathan Trahan - Vice President
ATTESTED:
Heather Trahan - Director
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JOHNSON BAYOU
RECREATION DISTRICT
OF CAMERON PARISH
Special Session
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
The Johnson Bayou Recreation District of Cameron Parish met Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting was held at the Johnson Bayou Community Center located at 5556 Gulf Beach Hwy., Johnson Bayou, LA 70631.
Members present: Mrs. Wendy Harrington, Mrs. Adrienne Jinks and Mrs. Janna Trahan
Members absent: Mr. Jonathan Trahan and Mr. Heath Jinks
Guest: Mrs. Heather Trahan
Mrs. Wendy Harrington called the meeting to order.
The pledge was said by all present. The prayer was led by all present.
Public Comment period was given on all agenda items. No comments were made.
After presentation and discussion pertaining to ad valorem taxes with Sabine Pass LNG, LP and Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC; It was moved by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks to sign the Memorandum of Understanding pertaining to the levy and collection of ad valorem property taxes against Sabine Pass LNG, LP and Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC pertaining to construction work in progress. No public comment was given. The motion was seconded by Mrs. Janna Trahan and carried.
With no further business to discuss, it was moved by Mrs. Adrienne Jinks, seconded by Mrs. Janna Trahan and carried to adjourn the meeting at 7:17 p.m. The next regular meeting will be held in September.
APPROVED:
Wendy Harrington - President
ATTESTED:
Heather Trahan - Director
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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - MORNING SESSION
WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 17, 2018
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. Administrator’s Report
4. Tony Guillory - Candidate for 3rd Vice of the Police Jury Association
5. Kevin Savoie - Annual Report
6. 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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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - BUDGET MEETING
WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 17, 2018
1:00 p.m.
Cameron Parish Police Jury
West Annex - Board Room
148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA
1. Call to Order
2. 2019 Proposed Budget Review
3. Budget Requests
4. 2018 Budget Amendment Review
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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CAMERON PARISH
POLICE JURY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
AGENDA - VOTING SESSION
WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 17, 2018
3:00 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. Approval of Minutes
PUBLIC COMMENT
4. Approval of Add-ons:
5. Drilling & Pipeline Permits:
a. Robertson Energy - Hackberry, Section 17, T12S, R12W, (proposed structures for drilling the JB Watkins No. 277 Well), Cameron Parish, LA. (181002)
b. Marquis Resources, LLC - Grand Lake Field, Section NA, T13S, R4W, (proposed (2) 4-inch flowlines to serve the SL 344 No. 41 Well, 2 Sand Horizontal Prospect), Cameron Parish, LA. (181008)
6. Other Permits:
a. ANR Pipeline Company - Grand Chenier, Section 4, T15S, R6W, (proposed replacement of 20 anodes to provide cathodic protection at an existing facility), Cameron Parish, LA. (181001)
b. Gulfport Energy Corporation - West Hackberry Field, Section NA, T12S, R10W, (proposed removal of existing flowlines and associated structures), Cameron Parish, LA. (181003)
c. Harvest Pipeline Company - Johnson Bayou, Lat. 29-45-47.98N, Long. -93-44-52.40W, (proposed to conduct maintenance repairs for eight structural anomalies and repair 46 ft. of pipe on existing Sabine Pass Crain Ranch Pipeline), Cameron Parish, LA. (181004)
d. Fieldwood Energy, LLC - West Cameron Area Blk 9 & 22, (proposed P&A of the SL 18287 No. 001 Well location and abandon the associated 8-inch pipeline), Cameron Parish, LA. (181005)
e. R.E. Odom - Johnson Bayou Area, Lat. 30-00-05, Long -93-36-55, (proposed after-the-fact placement of pipe fence installed across private canal as a trespass barrier), Cameron Parish, LA. (181006)
f. Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority - Cameron, Calcasieu Lake, Lat. 29-51-57.28, Long. -93-16-17.82, (proposed to obtain geo-technical information for the design of CWPPRA CS-0078- No Name Bayou Marsh Creation Borrow Area), Cameron Parish, LA. (181007)
g. Kimbrell & Associates, LLC - Hackberry, Section 12, T12S, R10W, (proposed to collect soil sampling for environmental assessment), Cameron Parish, LA. (181009)
7. Appointments:
a. Cameron Fire District No. 1 - Appoint Paul Sellers for remainder of term to open seat vacated by Bryon K. Richard (tabled from previous month)
b. Recreation District No. 7 - Appoint Bethany Vincent for remainder of term to open seat vacated by Jonathan Marceaux (tabled from previous month)
c. Johnson Bayou-Holly Beach Fire Department Civil Service Board - Lisa Hunt, resigned (tabled from previous month)
d. Cameron Fire District No. 1 - Remove Shonie Brown, failure to attend meetings, appoint Shantell McDaniel for remainder of term
e. Recreation District No. 7 - Anna Murphy resigned, appoint Braids LaBove for remainder of term
f. Gravity Drainage District No. 7 - Russell Badon, term expired
g. Library Board of Control - Beth Fergerson, term expired
h. Sweetlake-Grand Lake Cemetery Board - Ricky Poole, term expired
i. Sweetlake-Grand Lake Cemetery Board - Helen Williams, term expired
j. Tourism Commission - Lisa Hunt, term expired
k. Tourism Commission - Carolyn Thibodeaux, term expired
l. Waterworks District No. 7 - Jude Primeaux, term expired
8. Authority to advertise to abandon Parish Road 452, Melba's Lane, Grand Lake, LA
9. President Authority to Sign Change Order No. 2 - Hackberry Fire Station, Contractor's Metal Building supplier extended the "red Iron" purlins about 4" by mistake. Contractor has agreed to provide, as compensation, a zinc coating system on the purlins and add additional blocking, data, and power outlets as requested by Hackberry Fire Department. No additional cost or days.
10. President Authority to Sign Changer Order No. 3 - Hackberry Fire Station, increase time 35 days due to inclement weather.
11. President Authority to Sign Sub-Grantee Agreement for Amendment #6 of the Hurricane Rita HMGP Big Burns Spillway Grant
12. Consider a Resolution Certifying that the Urgent Need National Objective is being met Under the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program for the Rockefeller Shoreline Stabilization Project and authorizing the submittal of the application for funding.
13. Consideration of Adopting Resolutions Ratifying Resolutions adopted by the following Districts to proceed with the ordering and calling of a special election March 30, 2019:
a. Cameron Parish Library District - 6.00 mills for a period of 10 years beginning 2020
b. Gravity Drainage District No. Seven - 4.66 mills for a period of 10 years beginning 2021
c. Gravity Drainage District No. Eight - 3.00 mills for a period of 10 years beginning 2020
d. Hackberry Recreation District - 10.33 mills for a period of 10 years beginning 2021
e. Lower Cameron Hospital Service District No. Two - 6.00 mills for a period of 10 years beginning 2020
14. Consideration of Resolution to Authorize Approval Process for Industrial Tax Exemption Process (ITEP) Applications
15. Approve Budget Amendments for 2018 Budget
16. Consideration of Agreement with Cameron Fire Protection District No. 14 to use the 80-acre site in Grand Lake for Fire Fighter Training
17. Consideration of approval for Louisiana Fur & Wildlife Festival Sponsorship
18. Consideration of Resolution for Cameron Parish Certifying Compliance with Requirements for Participation in LA DOTD Off-System Bridge Program
19. Consideration of Resolution to Transfer Ownership of the Cameron Prairie Refuge Waterline Upgrade Project by the Community Water Enrichment Fund (CWEF) to Cameron Parish Water Works District No. 11
20. Conduct Public Hearing to Receive Public Comment on Proposed Amendment to Cameron Parish Code of Ordinances - Chapter 7 Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
ADD the following - Article II - Definitions
Sec 7-11 - Words and Terms Defined
Recreational Vehicle Park means an area of land providing spaces where two (2) or more recreational vehicles can be parked primarily for temporary living quarters, camping, travel, or seasonal use. Each RV must be owned by the occupant (owner-occupied) and must remain road-ready with current and valid registration and tags.
21. Adopt Amendment to Cameron Parish Code of Ordinances - Chapter 7 Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
ADD the following - Article II - Definitions
Sec 7-11 - Words and Terms Defined
Recreational Vehicle Park means an area of land providing spaces where two (2) or more recreational vehicles can be parked primarily for temporary living quarters, camping, travel, or seasonal use. Each RV must be owned by the occupant (owner-occupied) and must remain road-ready with current and valid registration and tags
22. 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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PROCEEDINGS
Lower Cameron Hospital
Service District No. 2
Board Members: Barry Hunt, President, Christine Storm, Vice-President, Lynn Griffith, Treasurer, Blair Jinks, Secretary, Patty Morris.
The Lower Cameron Hospital Service District No. 2 met on May 3, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting location was 6240 Gulf Beach Hwy., Johnson Bayou, LA 70631.
Members present: Barry Hunt, Lynn Griffith, and Blair Jinks.
Members absent: Patty Morris, Christine Storm.
Barry Hunt called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.
Lynn made a motion to accept the minutes from the previous meeting and Blair accepted it.
Barry made a motion to continue to have the millage rate set at 6 mills and Blair seconded the motion.
There being no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 6:00 p.m.
/s/ Christine Storm,
Vice President
on behalf of Barry Hunt,
President
Lower CP Hospital
District No. 2
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PROCEEDINGS
Lower Cameron Hospital
Service District No. 2
Board Members: Barry Hunt, President, Christine Storm, Vice-President, Lynn Griffith, Treasurer, Blair Jinks, Secretary, Patty Morris.
The Lower Cameron Hospital Service District No. 2 met on August 21, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting location was 6240 Gulf Beach Hwy., Johnson Bayou, LA 70631.
Members present: Lynn Griffith, Blair Jinks, and Christine Storm.
Members absent: Barry Hunt and Patty Morris.
Guest: April Trahan.
Christine Storm called the meeting to order at 5:37 p.m.
Lynn made a motion to accept the minutes from the previous meeting and Chris seconded the motion.
Chris read the public notice regarding the upcoming property tax millage renewal. Chris made a motion that the board accept the public notice and Lynn seconded the motion.
There being no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 5:50 p.m.
/s/ Barry Hunt
Barry Hunt, President
Lower CP Hospital
District No. 2
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PROCEEDINGS
Cameron Parish Recreation District 5 held its regularly scheduled meeting on September 20, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
President, Brett Bellard, called the meeting to order and on roll call the following members were present: Kim Nunez and Kayla Conner
Absent: Monty Pearce and Shane Manuel
Employees in attendance were Lisa Ledano.
Guests in attendance: none
Minutes of the previous meeting, July 19, 2018, were distributed to all board members via electronic mail prior to the meeting. Kayla Conner made a motion to approve the minutes as presented. Kim Nunez seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Public comment: none.
Old Business:
• None
New Business:
• None
The board members present reviewed the invoices for the months of July and August 2018. Kayla Conner made a motion to approve the bills. Kim Nunez seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Public comment: none
The treasurer’s reports for the periods of July 1, 2018 through July 31, 2018 and August 1, 2018 through August 31, 2018 were distributed to all board members via electronic mail prior to the meeting. Kayla Conner made a motion to accept the treasurer’s reports as presented. Kim Nunez seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Public comment: none.
The board’s next meeting will be held on October 18, 2018.
With no further business to discuss, Kayla Conner made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Kim Nunez seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. Public comment: none.
Minutes prepared and submitted by Lisa Ledano, bookkeeper.
ATTESTED BY:
BRETT BELLARD
BOARD PRESIDENT
R.S. 44:33.1 - Public records can be obtained by contacting Lisa Ledano at (337) 598-3333 or 108 Recreation Lane, Lake Charles, Louisiana 70607
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Cameron Parish School Board
— NOTICE —
The date of the Monday, November 12, 2018 Board Meeting has been changed to. . .
Monday, November 5, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

Meeting To Be Held At:
Cameron Parish School Board Office
510 Marshall Street, Cameron, LA.

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Public Notice

The Cameron Parish School Board has employed Ritter Consulting Engineers, of Lafayette, Louisiana to inspect all schools and buildings for the presence of asbestos containing building materials.
The work consisted of identifying materials suspected of containing asbestos, sampling those materials, analyzing the samples, making a hazard assessment, making recommendations, and preparing an Asbestos Management Plan.
The Asbestos Management Plan is on file in the Principal’s office at each school site and the following locations:

Stevie Barnett
Cameron Parish School Board
510 Marshall Street
Cameron, LA 70631
337-775-5784

Ritter Consulting Engineers
250 Ridgeway Drive, Suite C-3
Lafayette, LA 70503
(337) 984-8498

The Cameron Parish School Board’s designated representative is Stevie Barnett and comments may be addressed to him.
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CAMERON PARISH
WATER DISTRICT NO. 11
PROCEEDINGS
September 17, 2018
There was a regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Water District No. 11 at 6:00 p.m., Monday, September 17, 2018, at the Grand Lake Waterworks office.
PRESENT: Wayne Hebert, Carl Granger, Gerald Richard, Bryan Granger
ABSENT: Grace Robideaux
The meeting was called to order by Board President Wayne Hebert.
On motion of Carl Granger, seconded by Gerald Richard and carried unanimously, the minutes from the August 20, 2018 regular meeting were approved as previously mailed out.
On motion Bryan Granger, seconded by Carl Granger and carried unanimously, the quote from MPB Construction in the amount of $98,379 was accepted for project #2018-35, Hwy 27 Waterline Extension. This project will be paid for by a grant from the Community Water Enrichment Fund.
The board was made aware of the lawsuit Nolan Carmouche v. Shell Oil Company, et al.
There was a financial report given for the months ending August 31, 2018 by Helen Williams.
On motion of Bryan Granger, seconded by Carl Granger and carried unanimously, the board voted to accept financial statements which reflects the budget comparison.
The superintendent’s report was presented by Craig Duhon.
-Production Report
On motion of Gerald Richard, seconded by Carl Granger and carried unanimously, all bills were approved for payment.
There being no further business, on motion of Carl Granger, seconded by Gerald Richard and carried unanimously, the meeting was declared adjourned.
APPROVED:
Wayne Hebert, President
ATTEST:
Helen Williams, Secretary
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