October 30, 2008

PUBLIC NOTICE

All the property owned by Gilbert White is posted against all forms of trespassing

& hunting. Violators will be prosecuted.

Gilbert White

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BID NOTICE

Sealed bids shall be received at the office of the Board of Commissioners of the

Tensas Basin Levee District, P. O. Box 68, Rayville, La. 71269 and 708 Julia

Street, Suite 101B, Courthouse Building, Rayville, La. until 4:00 P. M.,

November 10, 2008 and 505 District Drive, Monroe, La. 71202-6862 until 9:30

A. M., November 11, 2008, at which time bids shall be publicly opened and read

aloud for surface leasing for a period commencing November 11, 2008 and ending

April 01, 2013 for hunting rights on the following described property:

FRANKLIN PARISH, LOUISIANA, Tract # 9

N ? of NW ?, Section 31, Township 13 North, Range 9 East Containing 80 acres

more or less.

Ten percent (10%) term consideration must accompany each bid in the form of a

Cashier’s Check or Money Order and will be subject to forfeiture for failure to

comply with bid. Neither cash nor personal check will be accepted. A MINIMUM

BID OF $10.00 PER ACRE IS REQUIRED. ALL BIDS OF A LESSER

AMOUNT SHALL BE REJECTED.

Liability insurance in the amount of $1million with the Tensas Basin Levee

District named as insured shall be provided to the Tensas Basin Levee District.

Right of access into property is not guaranteed.

Bids shall be sealed and identified on the outside as a sealed bid. Any bid

received after closing time shall be returned unopened.

The Tensas Basin Levee District shall accept the highest responsible bid and

reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informality.

Virginia Caviness, Secretary Harris Brown, President

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SHERIFF’S SALE

State of Louisiana

Parish of Richland

Fifth District Court

COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC

vs. No. 40,311 SECTION A

RONALD FAVES

By virtue of a Writ of SEIZURE AND SALE issued out of the Honorable FIFTH

District Court in and for the Parish of Richland, State of Louisiana, in the above

styled and numbered cause and to me directed as Sheriff, I have seized and taken

into my possession and will offer for sale at public auction at the east door of the

court house in the town of Rayville, Louisiana, within legal hours of sale, on

DECEMBER 3, 2008

the following described property, to-wit:

A certain parcel of land described as beginning on the East right of way line of

Parish Road North from Dunn at the North West corner of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of

Section 8 Township 17 North, Range 9 East; thence East 420 feet; thence South

210 feet; thence West 420 feet to the East right of way line of said Parish Road

North from Dunn; thence North along East right of way line of said Parish Road

a distance of 210 feet to point of beginning, being 2 acres out of the Northwest

corner of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 8, Township 17 North, Range 9 East,

Richland Parish, Louisiana; subject to restrictions, servitudes, rights-of-way and

outstanding mineral rights of record affecting the property.

Along with the 1971 Homette Mobile Home, Serial No. ML2467F and the one

room frame building on Piers which served as a beauty shop by Lyda Weems.

That certain manufactured home/mobile situated on the above described property,

being a 1996 Homette, Serial No. ML2467F, which said manufactured home/

mobile home was immobilized pursuant to Act of Immobilization dated May 10,

2001 and filed for record as Instrument No. 318045 of the records of Richland,

Louisiana.

Seized as the property of the defendant and will be sold to satisfy said Writ of

SEIZURE AND SALE and all costs.

Terms of sale: Cash to the last and highest bidder, WITH the benefit of appraisement.

CHARLES M. MCDONALD, SHERIFF

OCTOBER 30, 2008

NOVEMBER 20, 2008

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SHERIFF’S SALE

State of Louisiana

Parish of Richland

Fifth District Court

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, RURAL DEVELOPMENT

vs. No. 40,220 SECTION C

MARY AGNES ROGERS MOSELY, NOW DECEASED, ET AL

By virtue of a Writ of SEIZURE AND SALE issued out of the Honorable FIFTH

District Court in and for the Parish of Richland, State of Louisiana, in the above

styled and numbered cause and to me directed as Sheriff, I have seized and taken

into my possession and will offer for sale at public auction at the east door of the

court house in the town of Rayville, Louisiana, within legal hours of sale, on

DECEMBER 3, 2008

the following described property, to-wit:

EXHIBIT “A”

A certain tract of parcel of land containing (after deduction of Hwy ROW)

1.0acres, more or less, situated in the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 35, T 18 N,

R 8 E, Parish of Richland, State of La., and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the NW Corner of said Sec. 35, run East 232’ (along center

line of state Hwy. #854) to the Point of Beginning. Run,

1. Thence East 210’ (along center line of said Hwy) to a point

2. Thence South 240’ to the SE Corner of 1.0 acre tract.

3. Thence West 210’ to the SW Corner of 1.0 acre tract.

4. Thence North 240’ to center line of said Hwy, back to the point of beginning

SUBJECT TO:

SERVITUDES IN FAVOR OF THE PUBLIC: This property or a portion of the

tract of which it formed a part, may border upon a navigable waterway and may

thus be subject to a riparian servitude for levee construction and maintenance.

Subject, however, to all valid outstanding easements, rights-of-way, mineral

leases, mineral reservations, and mineral conveyances of record.

Seized as the property of the defendant and will be sold to satisfy said Writ of

SEIZURE AND SALE and all costs.

Terms of sale: Cash to the last and highest bidder, WITH the benefit of appraisement.

CHARLES M. MCDONALD, SHERIFF

OCTOBER 30, 2008

NOVEMBER 20, 2008

SHERIFF’S SALE

State of Louisiana

Parish of Richland

Fifth District Court

CITIMORTGAGE, INC

vs. No. 40,570 SECTION C

WILLIAM DAN (DANNY) PERRY AND LENORA GUYTON PERRY

By virtue of a Writ of SEIZURE AND SALE issued out of the Honorable FIFTH

District Court in and for the Parish of Richland, State of Louisiana, in the above

styled and numbered cause and to me directed as Sheriff, I have seized and taken

into my possession and will offer for sale at public auction at the east door of the

court house in the town of Rayville, Louisiana, within legal hours of sale, on

DECEMBER 3, 2008

the following described property, to-wit:

EXHIBIT “ A”

Plaintiff’s mortgage and/or privilege affects the following described property,

to-wit:

The following described property situated in the Parish of Richland, State of

Louisiana, together with all improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging

or in anywise appertaining, to-wit:

Lot B of the plat of Cadderdon’s Survey in a portion of SW/4 of SW/4 Section

16, Township 17 North, Range 7, East as per plat on file and of record in

Conveyance Book 167, Page 422, of the records of Richland Parish, Louisiana;

and

Lot 10 of Mrs. Cadderdon’s Second plat of property in SW/4 of SW/4 Section 16,

Township 17 North, Rage 7 East, as per plat on file and of record in Conveyance

Book 176, Page 182, of the Records of Richland Parish, Louisiana, LESS AND

EXCEPT 20 feet off the south side thereof sold to Dr. James E. Ball on February

9,1961, as per deed on file and of record in Conveyance Book 185, Page 212, of

the Records of Richland Parish, Louisiana; subject to restrictions, servitudes,

right- of-way and outstanding mineral rights of record affecting the property.

Seized as the property of the defendant and will be sold to satisfy said Writ of

SEIZURE AND SALE and all costs.

Terms of sale: Cash to the last and highest bidder, WITH the benefit of appraisement.

CHARLES M. MCDONALD, SHERIFF

OCTOBER 30, 2008

NOVEMBER 20, 2008

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OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

Special Session

The Richland Parish School Board met at its offices in Rayville, Louisiana, on

Tuesday, September 9, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.

Agenda Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance

Item 1

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Agenda Members present: Mr. Robert Adams, Mr. Billy Calvert, Mr. Kevin

Item 2 Eppinette, Mrs. Patricia Jordan, Mr. Leonard Guine, Mr. Danny

Whitstine, and Mr. Todd Weed.

Member absent: Mrs. Sharon Jones and Mrs. Marie Lewis.

********

Agenda The Board President, Patricia Jordan, opened the public meeting rela-

Item 3 tive to the 2008-2009 Consolidated Budget.

********

Agenda Mr.Bob Adams moved, seconded by Mr. Todd Weed , to adjourn.

Item 4

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Sharon Jones and Mrs. Marie

Lewis.

********

CATHY STOCKTON, SECRETARY

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

PATRICIA JORDAN, PRESIDENT

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

Regular Session

The Richland Parish School Board met at its offices in Rayville, Louisiana, on

Thursday, September 11, 2008, at 6:00 p.m.

Agenda Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance

Item 1

********

Agenda Members present: Mr. Robert Adams, Mr. Billy Calvert, Mrs. Patricia

Item 2 Jordan, Mr. Todd Weed, and Mr. Danny Whitstine

Member absent: Mr. Kevin Eppinette, Mr. Leonard Guine, Mrs. Sharon Jones,

Mrs. Marie Lewis

********

Agenda Mr. Whitstine moved, seconded by Mr. Weed, to approve the agenda.

Item 3

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent:Mr. Kevin Eppinette, Mr. Leonard

Guine, Mrs. Sharon Jones, Mrs.Marie Lewis

********

Agenda Mr. Whitstine moved, seconded by Mr. Adams, to approve the August

Item 4 12, 2008 Regular Session minutes before publishing in the Official

Journal.

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent:Mr. Kevin

Eppinette, Mr. Leonard Guine, Mrs. Sharon Jones, Mrs.Marie Lewis

Mr. Guine entered at 6:05 p.m.

********

Agenda Mr. Adams moved, seconded by Mr. Calvert, to adopt the following

Item 5 proposed amendments to the Policy Manual:

FILE: ADA School Census FILE: CEA Superintendent’Qualifications

FILE: DIC Inventories FILE: IDCJ Supplemental Education Services

FILE: JGC Student Health Services

FILE: JGCD Administration of Medication

FILE: JGFG Illness and Accidents

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mr. Eppinette, Mrs. Jones & Mrs. Lewis

Mr. Eppinette entered at 6:15 p.m.

********

Agenda Mr. Guine moved, seconded by Mr. Whitstine, to approve the

Item 6 Consolidated Budget for 2008-2009.

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Lewis

********

Agenda After discussing legal counsel’s advice on retirees returning to work,

Item 7 the Board advised the superintendent to draft a policy concerning the

procedure and time element for retirees returning to work for consideration

at the October 14, 2008 meeting.

No Action Taken.

********

Agenda The Board requested the Superintendent to draft a policy concerning

Item 8 activities when schools are closed due to inclement weather and natural

disasters for consideration at the October 14, 2008 meeting.

No Action Taken.

********

Agenda Mr. Adams moved, seconded by Mr. Weed to approve personnel action.

Item 9

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Lewis

********

Agenda The Board received the following monthly reports:

Item 10 a) Sales Tax Monthly Receipts

b) Financial - General Fund

********

Agenda Mr. Calvert moved, seconded by Mr. Adams to utilizing automated

Item 11 check signing.

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Jones & Mrs. Lewis

********

Agenda Mr. Guine moved, seconded by Mr. Weed to table the surplus bus bid.

Item 12

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Jones & Mrs. Lewis

********

Agenda Mr. Adams moved, seconded by Mr. Weed, to adjourn.

Item 13

VOTE: Yeas: All Nays: None Absent: Mrs. Jones & Mrs. Lewis

CATHY STOCKTON, SECRETARY

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

PATRICIA JORDAN, PRESIDENT

RICHLAND PARISH SCHOOL BOARD

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NOTICE OF LOST MORTGAGE NOTE

Notice is hereby given to the public in accordance with law that The Bank Of

New York Trust Company N.A. As Successor To JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. As

Trustee, Residential Funding Company, LLC Fka Residential Funding

Corporation, Attorney In Fact For Asset Backed Securities Corporation Home

Equity Loan Trust 1999-Lb1, the last apparent holder and owner of a certain

Mortgage Note described hereafter, has apparently lost or misplaced this

Mortgage Note, and despite all efforts to locate the Note has been unable to do

so. The Mortgage Note is described as that certain Promissory Note signed by

Clinton Turner and Eddie Jean Turner, dated December 11, 1998 in the amount

of $16,800.00, payable to the order of Long Beach Mortgage Company paraphed

“Ne Varietur” by Thomas G. Wilson, Notary Public of RICHLAND Parish,

Louisiana, for identification with an Act of Mortgage dated same, record as

Mortgage Book 326, Page 392, records of RICHLAND Parish, covering bearing

the Municipal No. 120 Baker Drive, Delhi, La. 71232.

Any person having any knowledge of the whereabouts or location of the above

described Note is requested to notify Jacob S. Edwards, The Boles Law Firm, at

(318)388-4050.

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WHEREABOUTS NOTICE

Anyone having any knowledge of MAUDELL ROBERTS BREED SMITH

please contact his court appointed attorney, Dawn Hendrix Mims, at P.O. Box

727, Rayville, Louisiana, or at 318-728-9830.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Holly Ridge Fire District Board to hold the annual meeting to propose the budget

for 2009 at 6:00 p.m., November 3, 2008, at the fire station on Jaggers Ln.

Lannie Thompson

Sec./Treas.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Holly Ridge Fire District Board to meet December 1, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. to

approve the proposed budget for 2009 at the fire station on Jaggers Ln.

Lannie Thompson

Sec./Treas.

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RICHLAND PARISH POLICE JURY

SPECIAL MEETING - 5:30 P.M.

OCTOBER 21, 2008

President called the meeting to order with the invocation by Reverend Smith.

Roll call revealed the following present:

Present: Ms. Green, Messers: Moore, Smith, Tatum, and Lofton

Absent: Ms. Gee, Messers: McKay, Gilley and Washington

Pledge of Allegiance

Motion by Mr. Tatum, seconded by Mr Smith to approve the agenda.

Yeas: All Nays: None

Absent: Ms. Gee, Messers: McKay, Gilley and Washington

MOTION CARRIED.

ORDINANCE #1199

RICHLAND PARISH UNNECESSARY NOISE

(a) Unnecessary noise prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to make a

continue or cause to made continued any loud, unnecessary or unusual noise or

any noise which either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose,

health peace or safety of others, within parish limits.

(b) Nonexclusive enumeration of unnecessary noise. The following acts among

others, are declared to be loud, disturbing and unnecessary noises and noises in

violation of this section, but this enumeration shall not be deemed to be exclusive,

namely:

(1) Horns or signal devices. The sounding of any horn or signal device on any

automobile, motorcycle, bus, streetcar or other vehicle while not in motion except

as a danger signal if another vehicle is approaching apparently out of control, or

if in motion only as a danger signal after or as brakes are being applied and

deceleration of the vehicle is intended; the creation by means of any such signal

device of any noise for any unreasonable period of time.

(2) Radio, phonograph or any musical instrument. The playing of any radio,

phonograph or any musical instrument in such a manner or with such volume,

particularly between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., as to annoy or disturb

the quiet, comfort or repose of persons in any office, hospital, or in any dwelling,

hotel or other type of residence, or of any persons in the vicinity.

(3) Yelling, shouting, etc. Yelling, shouting, hooting, whistling or singing on the

public streets, particularly between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., or at

any time or place so as to annoy or disturb the quiet, comfort, repose of persons

in any hospital, dwelling, hotel or other type of residence, or of any persons in

the vicinity.

(4) Animal, birds, etc. The keeping of any animal, bird or fowl which by causing

frequent or long-continued noise shall disturb the comfort or repose of any person

in the vicinity.

(5) Defect in vehicle or load. The use of any automobile, motorcycle, streetcar

or vehicle so out of repair or loaded in such manner as to create loud and unnecessary

grating, grinding, rattling or other noise.

(6) Steam whistles. The blowing of any steam whistle attached to any stationary

boiler except to give notice of the time to begin or stop work, or as a warning of

fire or danger or upon the request of proper authorities.

(7) Exhausts. The discharge into the open air of the exhaust of any steam engine,

stationary internal-combustion engine, motor vehicle or motorboat engine except

through a muffler or other device which will effectively prevent loud or explosive

noises therefrom.

(8) Construction and repairing of buildings. The erection (including excavating),

demolition, alteration or repair of any building in any residential district or section,

the excavation of streets or highways in any residential district or section

other than between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on week days, except in

case of urgent necessity, in the interest of public health and safety, and then only

with a permit from Richland Parish Sheriff, which permit may be granted for a

period not to exceed 30 days while the emergency continues. If the sheriff should

determine that the public health and safety will not be impaired by the erection,

demolition, alteration or repair of any building or the excavation of streets and

highways between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and if he shall further

determine that loss or inconvenience would result to any party in interest, he may

grant permission for such work to be done within the hour of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00

a.m. upon application being made at the time the permit for the work is awarded

or during the progress of the work.

(9) Schools, courts, churches, hospital. The creation of any excessive noise on

any street adjacent to any schools, institution of learning, church or court while

the same are in use of adjacent to any hospital, which unreasonably interferes

with the working of such institution or which disturbs or unduly annoys patients

in a hospital.

(10) Loading, unloading. The creation of a loud and excessive noise in connection

with loading or unloading any vehicle or the opening and destruction of

bales, boxes, crates and containers.

(11) Drums, loudspeakers. The use of any drum, loudspeaker or other instrument

or device for the purpose of attracting attention by creation of noise to any performance,

show or sale or display of merchandise.

(12) Loudspeakers on trucks. The use of mechanical loudspeakers or amplifiers

on truck or other moving or standing vehicles for advertising or other purposes.

(13) Loudspeakers for advertising. The use of operation, or the causing to be used

or operated, in front of or outside of any building, place or premises, or through

any window, doorway or opening of such building abutting upon the public street,

or upon any public street any device or apparatus for tapping windows, or for

amplifying sound form any radio or phonograph, or any sound-reproducing

device.

(14) Hawkers, peddlers and vendor. The shouting or crying of peddlers, hawkers

and vendors which disturbs the peace and quiet of the neighborhood.

(15) Stereo, audio devices, etc.

a. The use of any stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument in a manner

as to annoy or disturb the quiet and comfort of persons in any residence, business,

hospital, hotel or other building, or of any persons in the vicinity is unlawful.

b. The operation of any stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument shall

be illegal when:

1. The stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument is located in any motor

vehicle on a public street, highway, public space, or within the motor vehicular

area of any public or private parking lot or park; and

2. The sound created by the stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument

is audible at a distance of 30 feet from the stereo, audio device, or noise-producing

instrument that is creating the sound.

c. Possession by a person of any stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument

shall be prima facia evidence establishing that such person operates the

stereo, audio device, or noise-producing instrument.

d. A parish police officer may issue a citation for any violation under this article.

The officer may arrest violators under this section when:

1. The alleged violator refuses to provide his name and address and documentation

reasonably establishing the same.

2. The alleged violator refuses to cease the action violating this section after

receiving a citation.

e. Violators of this section of the Code of Ordinance shall be subject to a civil

penalty in the amount of $500.00 for each offense.

(f) Exceptions. None of the terms or prohibitions hereof shall apply to or be

enforced against:

(1) Any publicly owned vehicle while engaged upon necessary public business.

(2) Excavations or repairs of bridges, streets, or highways by or on behalf of any

public agency during the night, when the public welfare and convenience renders

it impossible to perform such work during the day.

(3) The reasonable use of amplifiers or loudspeakers in the course of public

addresses which are noncommercial in character, and for which a permit is first

obtained from the Sheriff.

Upon Motion by Mr. Moore, seconded by Mr. Smith the foregoing Ordinance

was adopt follows:

(Effective November 21, 2008)

Yeas: All

Nays: None

Absent: Ms. Gee, Messers: McKay, Gilley and Washington

MOTION CARRIED.

Motion by Mr. Smith, seconded Ms. Green to give Russell Myers truck back to

go back and forth to work.

Yeas: All

Nays: None

Absent Ms. Gee, Messers: McKay, Gilley and Washington

MOTION CARRIED.

Motion by Mr. Tatum, seconded by Mr. Moore to adjourn.

Yeas: All

Nays: None

Absent: Ms. Gee, Messers: McKay, Gilley and Washington

MOTION CARRIED.

/s/ Kathy Burns /s/ Steve lofton

Secretary-Treasurer President

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The following described movable property will be sold on November 11, 2008 at

6:00 P.M. by Philip’s Mini Storage at 108 Rundell Loop Road, Delhi, LA

71232.

Unit # 1 Annie Boston – Broken Recliner

Unit # D-3 Johnny Ray Washington – Deep Freeze, mattresses, headboard.

D-12 #D-15 Elissa Clark – Heater, Poster Bed, Ottamon, Dining Chairs.

#61 Sonya Rose – Box Springs

#86 Shondraneka McDowell – Empty

#67 Ricky Gaines – Fan, Radio, Front Truck Bumper, Batteries

#105 Terry Rockett – Books, Ice Chest

#63 Shree Harris – Sm. Coffee Table, old TV, Sofa & Love Seat,Yamaha Key Board

# 8 Patricia Washington – Changing Table, Camera, HideA-Way Bed, Scooter.

#82 Annie Lilly – Old Torn Up Sofa

#99 Shana Jones – Bed, Mattress, Microwave, Old TV

#34 Robin Jordan – Old TV, Stove, Refrigerator, Air Conditioner

#25 Fredric Parker – Sofa, Bed, Chest, Exercise Bike, TV

#23 Michelle Phillips – Empty

C-7 LaSonda Hester - Misc Household

D-12 Jodi Wiggins – Small Amount of Household

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WHEREABOUTS NOTICE

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Larry Dell Norris or Linda Gayle Curry

Norris, please contact Theo J. Coenen, III, 318-728-4493, 809 Julia Street, Suite

B, Rayville, LA 71269.

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WHEREABOUTS NOTICE

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Robert L. Bittle, please contact Theo J.

Coenen, III, 318-728-4493, 809 Julia Street, Suite B, Rayville, LA 71269.

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TOWN OF RAYVILLE MINUTES

Minutes of the regular meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, Town of

Rayville, State of Louisiana, taken October 13, 2008, at the Kalil Municipal

Building at 6:00 p.m. with the following present: Mayor Harry Lewis, Aldermen

Valerie Allen, Johnny Jones, Terry Brown, Jim Adams, Chief of Police Willie L.

Robinson, Sr.; Town Attorney Billy Coenen and Town Clerk Lorraine J. Scott.

On a motion by Mr. Tennant, seconded by Mr. Brown that last month minutes and

monthly bills be approved.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Chief Robinson reported total police fines and fees collected was $15,157.50.

On a motion by Mr. Tennant, seconded by Mr. Brown that Richland Rentals, LLC

owned property be zoned as B2, accepting the recommendation of the Zoning

Commission be approved.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Mr. Adams moved to amend the agenda to add: Approval to the Mayor and Town

Attorney to negotiate with MTBE regarding fees for water treatment.

Motion by Mr. Tennant, seconded by Mr. Adams approving the Mayor Lewis and

Town Attorney Billy Coenen to negotiate fees be approved.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Motion by Mr. Brown, seconded by Mrs. Allen that Resolution 2008-14 – A

Resolution submitted to Capital Outlay for Stormwater Drainage Improvements

through the assistance of McManus Consulting Engineers be adopted.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Motion by Mr. Adams, seconded by Mrs. Allen that Resolution 2008-15 – A

Resolution in support of the creation of one or more park in the Town of Rayville

for use or enjoyment of its citizen be adopted.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Mr. Tennant introduced ordinance 939 – An Ordinance requiring a permit for use

of municipal property for business operations in the Town of Rayville, requiring

certain information prior to issuance of such permit.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Mr. Brown introduced Ordinance 940-A Ordinance setting the franchise fee to be

paid by those entities providing cable or video service within the Town’s

Limits.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Mr. Adams introduced ordinance 941 – A Ordinance requiring the payment of

public, educational, governmental access programming support to the Town of

Rayville by cable or video service providers operating within the Town Municipal

Limits.

Yeas: Allen, Adams, Brown, Jones, Tennant Nays: None Absent: None

Motion carried.

Sales Tax collection for August 2008 was $116,666.54.

The Mayor informed the Council the bids will be opened October 21, 2008 at

10:00 a.m. for Phase I Water Project.

Motion by Mr. Adams, seconded by Mr. Brown that the meeting adjourn.

Motion carried.

/s/ Lorraine Scott /s/ Harry Lewis

CLERK MAYOR

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Town of Rayville has been presented with a proposed ordinance, the title of

which is as follows:

AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING THE PAYMENT OF PUBLIC, EDUCATIONAL,

GOVERNMENT ACCESS PROGRAMMING SUPPORT TO THE TOWN OF

RAYVILLE BY CABLE OR VIDEO SERVICE PROVIDERS OPERATING

WITHIN THE CITY’S MUNICIPAL LIMITS UNDER A STATE ISSUED

CERTIFICATE OF FRANCHISE AUTHORITY AND OTHERWISE

PROVIDING WITH RESPECT THERETO

The Town of Rayville will consider adoption of said ordinance at 6:00 p.m. on

November 10th, 2008 at the Town Hall, at which time a public hearing shall be

held on said proposed ordinance in accordance with Louisiana Revised Statute

33:406.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Town of Rayville has been presented with a proposed ordinance, the title of

which is as follows:

AN ORDINANCE SETTING THE FRANCHISE FEE TO BE PAID BY THOSE

ENTITIES PROVIDING CABLE OR VIDEO SERVICE WITHIN THE CITY’S

MUNICIPAL LIMITS UNDER A STATE – GRANTED FRANCHISE

AUTHORITY AND OTHERWIDE PROVIDING WITH RESPECT THERETO

The Town of Rayville will consider adoption of said ordinance at 6:00 p.m. on

November 10th, 2008 at the Town Hall, at which time a public hearing shall be

held on said proposed ordinance in accordance with Louisiana Revised Statute

33:406.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Town of Rayville has been presented with a proposed ordinance, the title of

which is as follows:

AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING A PERMIT FOR USE OF MUNICIPAL

PROPERTY FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS IN THE TOWN OF RAYVILLE;

REQUIRING THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN INFORMATION PRIOR TO

ISSUANCE OF SUCH PERMIT; AND OTHERWISE PROVIDING WITH

RESPECT THERETO

The Town of Rayville will consider adoption of said ordinance at 6:00 p.m. on

November 10th, 2008 at the Town Hall, at which time a public hearing shall be

held on said proposed ordinance in accordance with Louisiana Revised Statute

33:406.

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Acadia Parish Today

Crowley Post-Signal
P.O. Box 1589, Crowley, LA 70527
Phone: 337-783-3450
Fax: 337-788-0949

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P.O. Box 260, Rayne, LA 70578
Phone: 337-334-3186
Fax: 337-334-8474

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315 N. Main St., Church Point, LA 70525
Phone: 337-684-5711
Fax: 337-684-5793

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