Board of Commissioners

Franklin Parish Hospital

Service District No. 1, d/b/a

Franklin Medical Center

January 31, 2019 at 12:00 pm in the Administration conference room

Present: Paul Price, Jr.; Chairman, Greg Kincaid; Vice Chairman, Jesse Young, Jan Hicks and Nick Poulos

Others: Blake Kramer, Administrator; April Winborne, FNP DON, Billy Page, CFO, and Charlotte Boone.

Absent: Dr. Jed Robinson

Call to order: Paul Price Jr., Chairman

Invocation Nick Poulos

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Dr. Hicks to add to the agenda: Director of Nursing-Approve Tissue Transplant Policy. Motion carried unanimously.

Approval of Minutes:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the minutes from December 27, 2018 minutes as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Director of Nursing:

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the Tissue Transplant policy as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Medical Staff:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the Medical Staff Credentialing as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Financials:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the financials as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Administrative Report:

• A motion was made by Dr. Hicks and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the Time-Off policy revision as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the Spillers Consulting agreement as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Young and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the CT bids as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Executive Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to enter into Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

Open Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to enter into Open Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve the strategic planning re: marketing strategy as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Dr. Hicks and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the strategic planning re: orthopedic services as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

4. Public Comment:

5. Adjourn:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried unanimously.

Paul Price, Jr.

Board Chairman

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Board of Commissioners

Franklin Parish Hospital

Service District No. 1, d/b/a

Franklin Medical Center

February 28, 2019 at 12:00 pm in the Administration conference room

Present: Paul Price, Jr.; Chairman, Greg Kincaid; Vice Chairman, and Nick Poulos

Others: Blake Kramer, Administrator; April Winborne, FNP-DON, Billy Page, CFO, and Charlotte Boone.

Absent: Jesse Young, Jan Hicks, Dr. Logan Atkins

Call to order: Paul Price Jr., Chairman

Invocation Nick Poulos

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to add to the agenda: Administrative Report: Approve Background Check Policy and Bladder Scanner proposal. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to add to the agenda: Executive Session: Bond Resolution. Motion carried unanimously.

Approval of Minutes:

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the minutes from January 31, 2019 minutes as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Director of Nursing:

• NNB

Medical Staff: NNB

Financials:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve the financials as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Administrative Report:

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the endoscopy lease as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve the TB Skin Test Policy as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to reject the Mental Health expansion bids as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the Criminal Background Check Policy as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve the bladder scanner proposal as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Executive Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to enter into Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

Open Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to enter into Open Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve the strategic planning re: dietician services as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the strategic planning re: orthopedic equipment as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Kincaid to approve strategic planning re: parking allocations as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Kincaid and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve strategic planning re: mental health and wellness services as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

4. Public Comment:

Mr. Poulos exited the meeting.

5. Adjourn:

Paul Price, Jr.

Board Chairman

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Board of Commissioners

Franklin Parish Hospital

Service District No. 1, d/b/a

Franklin Medical Center

March 28, 2019 at 12:00 pm in the Administration conference room

Present: Paul Price, Jr.; Chairman, Greg Kincaid; Vice Chairman, Jesse Young, Jan Hicks and Nick Poulos

Others: Blake Kramer, Administrator; April Winborne, FNP-DON, Billy Page, CFO and Charlotte Boone.

Absent: Dr. Logan Atkins

Call to order: Paul Price Jr., Chairman

Invocation Nick Poulos

Approval of Minutes:

• A motion was made by Dr. Hicks and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the minutes from February 28, 2019 minutes as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Director of Nursing:

• NNB

Medical Staff:

• A motion was made by Mr. Young a seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the Medical Staff privileging as presented. Motion carried.

Financials:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the financials as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the Lester Miller and Wells DSH Audit engagement letter as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Young and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the Lester Miller and Wells Cost Report engagement letter as presented.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the Lester Miller and Wells agreed upon procedures engagement letter as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Dr. Hicks and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the Lester Miller and Wells hospital audit engagement letter as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Dr. Hicks to approve the Compliance Questionnaire as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

Administrative Report:

• NNB

Executive Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Dr. Hicks to enter into Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

Open Session:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to enter into Open Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Young and seconded by Mr. Poulos to approve the strategic planning re: proposal matrix as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to approve the strategic planning re: ER physician contract as discussed in Executive Session. Motion carried unanimously.

4. Public Comment:

5. Adjourn:

• A motion was made by Mr. Poulos and seconded by Mr. Young to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried unanimously.

Paul Price, Jr.

Board Chairman

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Winnsboro, Louisiana

April 1, 2019

The Franklin Parish School Board met for its regular scheduled board meeting on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the Franklin Parish School Board complex board room.

Present for the meeting were Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mrs. Alaina Nichols, Mr. Danny Davis, Dr. Jacqueline Johnson, Mr. Richard Kelly, Mr. Tim Eubanks and Ms. Mia Dunn.

No Board Member was absent from the meeting.

President Richard Kelly called the meeting to order and Chaplain Danny Davis led in prayer and President Kelly led in the Pledge of Allegiance.

MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0001

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board approve the agenda for the April 1, 2019 regular meeting as listed.

Meeting Notice for APRIL 1, 2019 regular meeting

FRANKLIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD COMPLEX

7293 PRAIRIE ROAD, WINNSBORO, LA 71295

Board Room, 5:00 P.M

CALL TO ORDER: President

INVOCATION: Chaplain

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: President

I. Approval of Agenda for April 1, 2019 regular meeting.

II. Approval of minutes from March 4 and 25, 2019 meetings.

III. Recognition of Visitors

A. Agriculture Extension Office Speaker

B. Recognition of FPHS Boys Basketball team

IV. Business

A. To consider and/or take action on Policy Updates. (new) (Johnson)

(Debt services)

B. To consider and/or take action on Policy Updates. (layover) (Johnson)

(Ethics)

C. To consider and/or take action on awarding bid for “Large Kitchen Equipment.” (Nolan)

D. To consider and/or take action on purchasing wind screens for tennis courts. (Johnson)

V. Superintendent’s Report

VI. President’s Report

VII. Adjourn

MOTION: Mrs. Alaina Nichols

SECOND: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson

The motion was approved.

MOTION TO APPROVE MINUTES FROM MARCH 4 AND 25, 2019 MEETINGS

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0002

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board approve the minutes from the March 4 and 25, 2019 meetings.

MOTION: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan

SECOND: Mr. Danny Davis

The motion was approved.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS – AGRICULTURE EXTENSION OFFICE SPEAKER

Ms. Kelly Lafferty gave the Board updates on the activities of the Agriculture Extension Office. Ms. Lafferty gave Board Members their quarterly report and Franklin 4-H Annual Report. Ms. Lafferty said that 4-H enrollment was up 15% and that it has been a busy year. She reported that our Shooting sports is doing very well. Twenty students have advanced to the State competition.

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS – FPHS BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM

Dr. Jacqueline Johnson congratulated the Franklin Parish High School Boys’ Basketball Team for their successful year. This year was the first time since the 1980’s that the basketball team made it to the playoffs. Coach Lonnie Cooper spoke highly of this team. The Board expressed their appreciation for the hard work and said they are very proud of their accomplishment.

MOTION TO CONSIDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON POLICY UPDATES (Debt Services)

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0003

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish High School Board approve the new policy Debt Services. This is a new policy for Franklin Parish School Board and did not need to layover. This policy is required by the Legislative Auditor. This policy is on file at the Franklin Parish School Board for public view.

MOTION: Mr. Tim Eubanks

SECOND: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan

The motion was approved.

MOTION TO CONSIDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON POLICY UPDATES (Ethics Policy)

This Ethics Policy is an existing policy but because of requirements from the Legislative Auditor Franklin Parish School Board had to make changes to this policy. The main item to be added to this policy is that all employees shall annually attest through signature verification that they have read the School Board Ethics policy. This is different from the one hour of ethics training that each employee must have. This policy will layover until the May 6, 2019 meeting.

MOTION TO CONISDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON AWARDING BID FOR CNP LARGE KITCHEN EQUIPMENT

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0004

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board award the bid for Child Nutrition Program large kitchen equipment to Associated Food Equipment & Supplies Company from Gulfport, MS. The bid is for $194,842.00. This was the lowest bid. This company did meet all bid specifications.

MOTION: Mr. Tim Eubanks SECOND: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson

The motion was approved.

MOTION TO CONSIDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON PURCHASING WIND SCREENS FOR TENNIS COURTS

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0005

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board agree to help the Winnsboro tennis courts purchase wind screens. The School Board agrees to pay $5,000.00 to help with this purchase. The Franklin Parish High School Tennis Team uses these courts and facilities. This is Superintendent Johnson’s recommendation.

MOTION: Mrs. Alaina Nichols SECOND: Mr. Danny Davis

The motion was approved.

UPERINTENDENT’S REPORT

Dr. Johnson reported that Easter Holidays are April 19 and 22nd. We will be testing the month of April in a new format. He hopes this new format is helpful.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

President Richard Kelly reported to remember the family of Milton Linder who passed away. His daughter addressed the Board a few months ago from ULM – Educator Rising. President Kelly is still in favor of saying the Pledge of Allegiance in the schools. Superintendent Johnson will be addressing this in a principal’s meeting. President Kelly said he is happy with the new testing schedule. He asked if any Board Member had anything to bring into the meeting none did.

PERSONNEL MATTERS LISTED FOR – April 1, 2019

Instructional Personnel

Resignations

Name School Position Effect. Date ReasonBd. Mtg.

Cundiff, Denise WES Teacher 03.06.19 Health 04.01.19

Gilmore, Betty FPHS Teacher 03.29.19 Relocation out of parish 04.01.19

McFarland, Ashley WES SpeechPath. 03.29.19 Relocation out of parish 04.01.19

Extended Sick Leave

Name School Position Effect. Date ReasonBd. Mtg.

Bryant, Kristen Crow Teacher 02.1-28.19 19 days 04.01.19

Leave without Pay

Name School Position Effect. Date ReasonBd. Mtg.

Adams, Tosha FPHS Teacher 02.21,22.19 2 days 04.01.19

Blackmon, Sheila FPHS Teacher 02.14,28.19 1.25 days 04.01.19

Colvin, Justin Crowville Teacher 02.5.19 1 day 04.01.19

Eaton, Amanda WES Teacher 02.13.19 .25 day 04.01.19

Elzy, Jacinta FPHS Teacher 02.15.19 .75 day 04.01.19

Johnson, Billy Baskin Teacher 02.13,15,22.19 2.25 days 04.1.19

Laird, Hanna Baskin Teacher 02.15.19 1 day 04.01.19

Lawrence, Anitria Crow Teacher 02.1.19 1 day 04.01.19

McCloskey, Elizabeth Crow Teacher 01.16.19;02.13,19.192.5 days 04.01.19

Rhodes, Rhonda FPHS Teacher 02.28.19 .5 day 04.01.19

Robertson, Suzana Baskin Teacher 02.6,13,14,15,22,27.19 6days 04.01.19

Shaw, Aleshia WES Teacher 02.28.19 .25 day 04.01.19

Thompson, Daniel FPHS Teacher 02.7.19 1 day 04.01.19

Warbington, Sandra WES Teacher 02.6,19,28.19 2.5 days 04.01.19

Donation of Sick Days

Donee School Position Donor Reason Bd. Mtg.

Savage, Jessica FPHS Teacher Strickland, Cynthia 10 days 04.01.19

Support Personnel (All Support Personnel shall be on a 6-month probationary basis.)

Resignations

Name School Position Effect.Date Reason Bd. Mtg.

Jackson, Arthur FPHS Custodian 06.30.19 Retirement 04.01.19

Jefferson, Shalisa H. Start Para 03.25.19 Other opportunity 04.01.19

Extended Sick Leave

Name School Position Effect. Date Reason Bd. Mtg.

Bourgeois, Amy Baskin Para 02.05-28.19 13.75 days 04.01.19

Henderson, Richard Baskin Bus 02.1-28.19 19 days 04.01.19

Leave without pay

Name School Position Effect.Date Reason Bd. Mtg.

Carrington, Annette H. Start Para 02.12,25,26,27.19 3.25 days 04.01.19

Goodman, Kathleen C. OfficeComp tech 02.6,21.19 .5 day 04.01.19

Grant, Tanya FPHS Para 02.11,25,26.19 3 days 04.01.19

Holcomb, Lea Ann Baskin Para 02.20,28.19 1 day 04.01.19

Hollis, Shanetrra Gilbert Caft 02.22,28.19 1.25 days 04.01.19

Jefferson, Shalisa H. Start Para 02.22.19 1 day 04.01.19

Robinson, Vicky FPHS Custodian02.5,22.19 1.75 days 04.1.19

Rose, Hendricka WES Para 02.11,12.19 1.25 days 04.01.19

Sebren, Matt C. OfficeComp tech 02.5,21,22.19 1.5 days 04.01.19

Southern, Chasity FPHS Para 02.22,25,26,27,28.19 5 days 04.01.19

Tolliver, Lahoya Crow Caft. 02.12,13,27.19 2.25 days 04.01.19

Walters, Teresa C Baskin Para 02.6,11,14,19,22,27.19 6 days04.01.19

MOTION TO ADJOURN

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0006

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that there being no further business to discuss the regular meeting is adjourned.

MOTION: Mrs. Alaina Nichols SECOND: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan

YEAS: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mrs. Alaina Nichols, Mr. Danny Davis, Dr. Jacqueline Johnson, Mr. Richard Kelly, Mr. Tim Eubanks and Ms. Mia Dunn

NAYS: None

ABSENT AND/OR NOT VOTING: None

The motion was approved.

Dr. Lanny Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer Richard Kelly, President

Franklin Parish School Board Franklin Parish School Board

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Winnsboro, Louisiana

April 18, 2019

The Franklin Parish School Board met in special session on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 12:00 noon in the Franklin Parish School Board complex conference room.

Present for the meeting were Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mrs. Alaina Nichols, Dr. Jacqueline Johnson, Mr. Richard Kelly, Mr. Tim Eubanks and Ms. Mia Dunn.

Mr. Danny Davis was absent from the meeting.

President Richard Kelly called the meeting to order, led in prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.

MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0007

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board approve the agenda for the April 18, 2019 special meeting as listed.

Meeting Notice for APRIL 18, 2018 special meeting

FRANKLIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD COMPLEX

7293 PRAIRIE ROAD, WINNSBORO, LA 71295

Conference Room, 12:00 NOON

CALL TO ORDER: President

INVOCATION: Chaplain

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: President

• To consider and/or take action on awarding bid for General Maintenance for Winnsboro Elementary School. (Johnson)

II. To consider and/or take action on awarding bid for General Maintenance for Fort Necessity School. (Johnson)

III. Adjourn

MOTION: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson SECOND: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan

The motion was approved.

Dr. Lanny Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer Richard Kelly, President

Franklin Parish School Board Franklin Parish School Board

MOTION TO CONSIDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON AWARDING BID FOR GENERAL MAINTENANCE FOR WINNSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0008

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board approve the bid from Gentry Construction, 2002 Auburn Avenue, Monroe, LA, Lic# 40525 for the amount of $929,000.00 for General Maintenance for Winnsboro Elementary School. This bid includes the base bid and three alternates.

MOTION: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan SECOND: Mr. Tim Eubanks

The motion was approved.

MOTION TO CONSIDER AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON AWARDING BID FOR GENERAL MAINTENANCE FOR FORT NECESSITY SCHOOL

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0009

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that the Franklin Parish School Board approve the bid from Gentry Construction, 2002 Auburn Avenue, Monroe, LA, Lic# 40525 for the amount of $1,214,000.00 for General Maintenance for Fort Necessity School. This bid includes the base bid and two alternates.

MOTION: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan SECOND: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson

The motion was approved.

Mrs. Nichols ask if there was detailed list for each school project. Dr. Johnson said there was and anyone is welcome to come and view the any and all of the plans in his office.

MOTION TO ADJOURN

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0010

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that there being no further business to discuss the special meeting is adjourned.

MOTION: Mrs. Alaina Nichols SECOND: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson

YEAS: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mrs. Alaina Nichols, Dr. Jacqueline Johnson,

Mr. Richard Kelly, Mr. Tim Eubanks and Ms. Mia Dunn

NAYS: None

ABSENT AND/OR NOT VOTING: Mr. Danny Davis

The motion was approved.

Dr. Lanny Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer Richard Kelly, President

Franklin Parish School Board Franklin Parish School Board

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Winnsboro, Louisiana

April 29, 2019

The Franklin Parish School Board met for its regular schedule agenda and committee meetings on Monday, April 29, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the Franklin Parish School Board conference room.

Present for the meeting were Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mrs. Alaina Nichols, Mr. Danny Davis, Mr. Richard Kelly, Dr. Jacqueline Johnson, Mr. Tim Eubanks and Ms. Mia Dunn.

All members were present for the agenda meeting.

President Richard Kelly called the meeting to order, Chaplain Danny Davis led in prayer and President Kelly led the Pledge of Allegiance.

President Kelly introduced Mr. Andrew Dobson with Delta Initiative to the Board. Mr. Dobson is proposing a program to work in the schools with the youth. This program is proposing putting a full time therapist in the schools. This program would pay for everything and there would be a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Delta Initiative and the Franklin Parish School Board. The School Board will provide her with an office space and a letter in each student handbook signed by parent giving permission for student to see therapist. This program was discussed between Mr. Dobson and Board Members concerning this program. Mr. Dobson will get a proposal together in writing to present to the appropriate supervisor to review before the Board makes a decision on this program.

Mr. Tim Eubanks called the maintenance committee meeting to order. Dr. Lanny Johnson reported that at this time of the year maintenance is dealing with the Fire Marshall and Health Department reports and recommendations. These recommendations are lengthy and takes a lot to time to comply with these reports. Bo Davis has been adding wiring and outlets to Gilbert School as a result of one of these reports. The old Baskin School demolition needs to be place on the agenda to be bid. The Historical Society wants the School Board to wait until September before this is done. This project cannot be done while school is in session. A punch list is being prepared for the FPHS Ag building and the multi-purpose room. All items on this list must be complete before final payment is made to the contractor. Dr. Johnson reported that the a/c is not working properly at the Field House. Dr. Johnson reported that the Baskin sewer plant needs to be re-done completely. Dr. Johnson reported that the asphalt at the High School is behind on work due to weather. Mr. Eubanks asked about the naming of the batting facility. Dr. Johnson said he would like to have an open house for all the projects (Ag. Building, multipurpose room, Field House and batting facility) when they are completed. Fire Marshall has not cleared some of these project. Dr. Johnson wants to get permission to bid the band room and gym and demolition of the Old Baskin School. Mr. Kelly asked about the FPHS gym and what work needs to be done on it. Dr. Johnson reported that initially we did the a/c and dressing rooms in the gym. The front hall, restrooms, new flooring and ceiling tile and do the band room. Dr. Johnson did say if there is money left on down the line we may do the track. The gym will be painted completely and the floor. Mr. Kelly asked if these items were a part of the initial bid? Dr. Johnson said it was not. He wanted to make sure there was money available for Fort Necessity School and WES. Now that Fort and WES bids are in we will get these other projects done in the gym. The worst part of the gym is the hallway and the restroom, after these projects are complete the gym will have been completely redone. Mr. Danny Davis asked about the old schools around the parish and having them tore down. These schools will have to have the asbestos abated before these schools can be torn down. The answer is yes; these school will have to be abated. The cost to abate the asbestos many years ago was close to $50,000. Mr. Davis said we could look into having one of our personnel to be trained in asbestos abatement. Mr. Davis asked if the school is liable if someone get hurt at one of these old schools and the School Board is and carries liability insurance. Dr. Johnson said it would be high cost to tear down these old buildings. Mr. Eubanks adjourned the maintenance committee meeting.

Mrs. Alaina Nichols called the finance committee meeting to order. Mrs. Boquet provided to the Board Members the current budget to actual expenditures. Mrs. Boquet said we are making plans to wrap up the end of the school year 2018-19. June 30, 2019 is the last day of the fiscal year. She reported that we are getting insurance quotes. Also, school audits will be conducted in May and School Board financial audit will begin in September or end of August. She reported that the school audits and the financial audit is not complete until December. Our auditors will give end of year audit report for 2018-2019 usually in January. Mrs. Boquet reported that she is working on the annual budget for the 2019-2020 school year and hopes to get that to the Board in July. We will hold a public hearing before our regular meeting in July to present this budget to you. She has started some preparation for the Sales Tax check. Our sales tax collections are down a little from last year. Approximately $20,000 from last year. When this is spread across the employees in the parish it is not a huge amount of money, but right now it does look like it will be a decrease in the sales tax check. We still have to wait on April and May collections to go. Mrs. Boquet reported that our Ad Valorem tax is up approximately 2.5 percent. Our revenue is down about $150,000 but our expenses are down approximately $300,000. We may still be in a deficit. Nothing drastic has occurred. Our utilities are increasing. We do keep an eye on the utilities. Mrs. Nichols asked

about the Sales Tax collection. Mrs. Boquet said that they are down. Mrs. Nichols adjourned the finance committee.

During the business portion of the meeting, President Kelly went over each item on the agenda and each was discussed by Dr. Johnson and the Board. Dr. Johnson asked to add items to the agenda. The Board discussed the changes in the Ethics Policy. These policy changes are due to new requirement by the Legislative Auditor. The policy on sexual harassment is a policy that will have to layover 30 days. On the school calendar several board members discussed this item. Mr. McClary and principals met and discussed this and set this calendar. President Kelly would like to have a beginning of the year open assembly. Mr. McClary said the principals discussed the back to school rally and the principals really wanted more professional development days with their teachers. In previous years the opening assembly was in place, but they wanted really wanted the professional development. President Kelly said he wanted to show case the students at this opening assembly. Mrs. Nichols asked if there will be another professional development day. Mrs. Donnell said she may have one at mid-term if one is needed. Mr. McClary did tell the Board that all of the items being brought up were discussed at the meeting and no one at the Central Office made this calendar. The professional days, fall break and spring break was discussed by the principals and they came up with these days. Superintendent Johnson asks that we get permission to bid the demolition the old Baskin School and the renovation of the gym and band room at FPHS. Dr. Johnson also proposed to let school out a day in May for student incentive for the hard work they and the teachers have been doing before testing and after testing. The proposed date is May 10th. All the schools have extra days built in and this will be taken from those extra days. This date may have to be changed because of a conflict at the FPHS. If this date will not be acceptable we will look at another date. All the testing will be done at this date. Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan has asked that we revise the Board policy on the Pledge of Allegiance. He is proposing that it be required that Pledge of Allegiance is said daily or one day a week at all schools. Board Members are suggesting that the Pledge is said daily at each school. Dr. Johnson said we are the Patriots and we are very patriotic. He is recommending that it is done one day a week, Board Members want it to be daily. A policy will be revised for Board Members to approve. This Policy will need to layover 30 days before it come into effect. Board Members want the Pledge said at graduation. President Kelly asked if we had any student that may not be gradation due to grades or EOC test and not meeting the graduation requirements. Mr. McClary said we have every year. President Kelly is asking that we acknowledge the student that complete their course work or EOC during the summer at a Board Meeting that they have made this accomplishment. President Kelly asked about credit recovery every year. Mr. McClary said this started several years ago. We have both grade recovery and credit recovery. This was discussed at length. Some discussion was made about the LHSAA rules about student having the grades or credit to participate in athletics. Mr. McClary said he did not know about the LHSAA rules but or parish does offer grade and credit recovery. Dr. Johnson said this has helped a lot with our graduation rate. Board Members were asking about a time line on the time frame the student has to complete this recovery. Mr. McClary said this has helped many students. Most student do finish this work during the summer. President Kelly said the teachers and principals liked the new testing schedule.

MOTION TO APPROVE THE AGENDA

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0011

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC. that the Franklin Parish School Board approves the agenda for the May 6, 2019 meeting as listed.

Meeting Notice for MAY 6, 2019 regular meeting

FRANKLIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD COMPLEX

7293 PRAIRIE ROAD, WINNSBORO, LA 71295

Board Room, 5:00 P.M

CALL TO ORDER: President

INVOCATION: Chaplain

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: President

I. Approval of Agenda for May 6, 2019 regular meeting.

II. Approval of minutes from April 1, 18 and 29, 2019 meetings.

III. Recognition of Visitors

A. Delayne Donnell, ACT recognition

B. Barbara McGuffee, Teacher recognition

C. Wiley McClary, Guice Award

IV. Business

A. Adopt Millage Rates for 2019. (Boquet)

B. To consider and/or take action on Policy Updates. (approve) (Johnson)

(BE - Ethics)

C. To consider and/or take action on Policy Updates. (layover) (Johnson)

(GAEAA-Sexual Harassment)

D. To consider and/or take action on 2019-2020 School Calendar. (Johnson)

E. To consider and/or take action on permission to bid the demolition of the old Baskin High School, renovation to FPHS gym and band room. (Johnson)

F. To consider and/or take action on school holiday, May 13, 2019 for the Student Incentive. (Johnson)

G. To consider and/or take action on Policy Update, IKDA – Pledge of Allegiance. (layover) (Johnson)

V. Superintendent’s Report

VI. President’s Report

VII. Adjourn

MOTION: Mrs. Alaina Nichols SECOND: Ms. Mia Dunn

The motion was approved.

MOTION TO ADJOURN

ORDINANCE # 2019-04-0012

BE IT ORDAINED, ETC., that there being no further business to discuss the agenda meeting is adjourned.

MOTION: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan SECOND: Mr. Danny Davis

YEAS: Mr. Eddie Ray Bryan, Mr. Danny Davis, Ms. Mia Dunn, Mr. Tim Eubanks,

Dr. Jacqueline Johnson, Mr. Richard Kelly and Mrs. Alaina Nichols

NAYS: None

ABSENT AND/OR NOT VOTING: None

The motion was approved.

Dr. Lanny Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer Richard Kelly, President

Franklin Parish School Board Franklin Parish School Board

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Sealed bids will be received by the Franklin Parish School Board, at 7293 Prairie Road, Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295, until 2:00 P.M., Tuesday, June 11, 2019. 

FOR: General Maintenance to Franklin Parish High School

ANY PERSON REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS SHALL NOTIFY THE FRANKLIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD OF THE TYPE(S) OF ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED NOT LESS THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE THE BID OPENING.

PROJECT NUMBER:

Complete Bid Documents for this project are available in electronic form. They may be obtained without charge and without deposit from www.aeplans.com. Printed copies are not available from the Designer, but arrangements can be made to obtain them through most reprographic firms. Plan holders are responsible for their own reproduction costs. Questions about this procedure shall be directed to the Designer at TBA Studio.

PHONE (318) 340 - 1550

All bids shall be accompanied by bid security in an amount of five percent (5.0%) of the sum of the base bid and all alternates. The form of this security shall be as stated in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project. Contractors have the option of submitting bids electronically at www.bidsync.com in lieu of sealed bids.

The successful Bidder shall be required to furnish a Performance and Payment Bond written as described in the Instructions to Bidders included in the Bid Documents for this project.

A MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD

at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, May 29, 2019 at Franklin Parish School Board, at 7293 Prairie Road, Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295.

Attendance at this conference is required and bids shall only be accepted from bidders who attend this conference in its entirety.

Bids shall be accepted from Contractors who are licensed under LA. R.S. 37:2150-2163 for the classification of Building Construction. Bidder is required to comply with provisions and requirements of LA R.S.38:2212 (A)(1)(c). No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after receipt of bids, except under the provisions of LA. R.S. 38:2214.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause. In accordance with La. R.S. 38:2212 (A) (1)(b), the provisions and requirements of this Section, those stated in the advertisement bids, and those required on the bid form shall not be considered as informalities and shall not be waived by any public entity.

The Owner shall incur no obligation to the Contractor until the Contract Between Owner and Contractor is fully executed.

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LEGAL NOTICE

Public notice is hereby given that Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc., the secured party having a security interest in a 2006 Clayton Celebration mobile home bearing serial number CLS105363TN and belonging to Kimberly W. Cotten  and James A. Cotten has been authorized by a Louisiana court to, and will in fact, retake possession of the said mobile home and dispose of same thereafter at public or private sale in accordance with La. R.S. 9:5363.1.  For info contact P. O. Box 9800, Maryville, Tennessee  37802, 865-380-3000.

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STATE OF LOUISIANA

PARISH OF FRANKLIN

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

IN THE MATTER OF

THE SUCCESSION OF

JENNI RACHELLE MOBLEY

DOCKET NO. 45,529

NOTICE OF FILING OF TABLEAU OF DISTRIBUTION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of this succession and to all other interested persons that the First and Final Tableau of Distribution has been filed by the administrator of this succession along with his petition praying for homologation of the tableau and for authority to pay the debts and charges of the succession listed thereon; and that the tableau of distribution can be homologated after the expiration of seven (7) days from the date of the publication of this notice. Any opposition to the petition and tableau of distribution must be filed prior to homologation.

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL OF OFFICE this 2nd day of May, 2019.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT

Ann Johnson

Clerk

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HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WINNSBORO

P.O. BOX 267

WINNSBORO, LOUISIANA 71295

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

The Winnsboro Housing Authority will hold a Public Meeting on 7/1/19, at 2:00 p.m., at 7210 Prairie Road, Winnsboro, La., to receive comments on the 2019 Annual PHA Plan and the 2019-2023 Capital Fund 5-Year Action Plan Budgets.

All documents are on display at the office of the Housing Authority, 7210 Prairie Road, Winnsboro, LA 71295, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Franklin Parish Council on Aging is currently in the process of up-dated its membership. If you would like to become a volunteer member of the Council, please stop by our office at 714 Adams Street, Winnsboro, to complete a membership card. A card must be on file at the Council’s office no later than June 3, 2019. You must be a resident of Franklin Parish and be interested in assisting elderly residents at the Senior Center located at 714 Adams Street, Winnsboro, LA.

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Regular Meeting

Of the

Franklin Parish Police Jury

March 14, 2019

Franklin Parish Police Jury Room

6558 Main Street, Winnsboro, LA 71295

The Franklin Parish Police Jury met in Regular Session on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. in the Police Jury Meeting Room, Courthouse Building, located at 6558 Main Street, Winnsboro, LA 71295 with the following present: Ricky Campbell, President, K.W. “Buddy” Parks, Vice President, James Harris, Chaplin, Juror Leroy Scott, Juror Joe Lewis, Juror Rawhide Robinson, and Juror Troy Hendry.

President Campbell called the meeting to order. Followed by roll call.

Chaplin, Harris, led the assembly in prayer and the pledge of allegiance.

The motion to approve the agenda was offered by Robinson, seconded by Hendry and was unanimously passed.

Hendry offered the motion to approve the minutes of the February 7, 2019 regular meeting, February 18, 2019 public hearing and March 4, 2019 special meeting. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

Mr. Steve May attended the meeting to introduce himself to the jury along with his background and experience and reasons why he feels he would do a great job if elected as Senator for District 32.

Harris offered the motion to approve Resolution 696 – Certificates of Indebtedness for Hospital Service District No. 1. Scott seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

Mrs. Carol Pinnell-Alison provided the jury with the LSU AgCenter update.

Mr. Ken McManus provided the jury with an update on all the projects his firm is currently working on.

A proclamation proclaiming the week of April 22-26, 2019 as Nation Community Development Week was approved by motion of Parks, second by Robinson and agreed by all jurors.

The motion to approve the proclamation proclaiming the month of April 2019 as Fair Housing Month in the parish of Franklin was offered by Robinson, seconded by Hendry and unanimously passed.

Parks offered the motion to approve the office that previously housed the state liaison to be utilized by the Substance Abuse office. Harris seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

The jury reviewed the park mowing bids for the mowing of the 3 parish parks. The bids were as follows: Jimmy McCarty - $2,280.00, Parker Lawn Service - $907.06, and William Pylant - $790.00. Hendry offered the motion to award the bid to the lowest bidder, William Pylant. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement except for Scott who abstained from voting.

Robinson offered the motion to approve advertising for a part-time bush hog operator. Parks seconded with all voting in agreement.

Parks offered the motion to approve Juror Lewis’s request for Alvin White to be appointed as the 2019 park supervisor for Nolan Norman Park. Harris seconded with all voting in favor. Juror Scott asked that a decision for the Ester Credit and Ephron Rollins park supervisors be tabled until the next regular meeting.

The motion to approve the deadline extension on a variance authorization and agreement between Mr. David Hibbs and the FPPJ was offered by Harris, seconded by Robinson and unanimously passed. The deadline was extended until May 31, 2019.

Harris offered the motion to table a decision on the 2009 HAMM roller until the superintendent has time to search other avenues for surplus. Parks seconded the motion. The motion passed.

Hendry offered the motion to approve requesting quotes for the lease of 3 dump trucks to replace those which leases will expire soon. Robinson seconded with all voting in agreement.

Juror Scott discussed two issued in the Abe Lincoln Subdivision that needed attention. The jury agreed for the foremen to schedule the work to be done.

Lewis offered the motion to approve the submitted request to hold an Easter egg hunt at the Nolan Norman Park. Parks seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

Parks offered the motion to approve payment authorization for the hours the training liaison worked in the month of February. Harris seconded with all voting in agreement.

The superintendent provided the jury with his monthly superintendent’s report including the 3 year Capital Improvement Plan. Hendry offered the motion to approve the superintendent’s report as presented. Robinson seconded the motion. The motion passed.

Scott offered the motion to approve the hardship drive request for Bobbie Allen at 1026 Hwy 860 Winnsboro, LA 71295. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

Scott exited the meeting at 5:39 p.m.

The jury reviewed the equipment recommendation of the Purchasing and Public Works Committees. The following decisions were made. Scott offered the motion to surplus equipment units 113, 68, 7, and 28. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. The decision concerning selling the Dodge pickup trucks was tabled until a later date. Robinson offered the motion to accept the lowest quote received for leasing a sheep foot roller for 36 months, Doggett Machinery $3,391.50. Lewis seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. Parks offered the motion to award the bid for leasing a backhoe loader for 36 months to the lowest bidder that could provide the piece of equipment the soonest. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. Robinson offered the motion to purchase a 6.7L Ve Power Stroke Diesel Engine Duly on state contract for $41,000.00. Lewis seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. Parks offered the motion to purchase a 2017 5x10 trailer from Waller Singer Chevrolet for $3,950.00 and a 2019 6x10 trailer from Cowboy Trailers for $5,000.00. Hendry seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. Hendry offered the motion to table a decision on leasing a wheel loader until more quotes can be obtained. Robinson seconded with all voting in agreement. Robinson offered the motion to approve the purchase of a vehicle lift for the parish shop in the amount of $8,000.00 or less. Harris seconded the motion with all voting in agreement. Parks offered the motion to approve the purchase of four regular pickup trucks on state contract at the price of $30,917.40 each and an additional $600.00 per vehicle courtesy delivery fee to White Ford. Robinson seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

The jury agreed with the recommendation of the Public Works and Purchasing committee to leave the existing Alcohol Ordinance as is.

Parks offered the motion to approve Mr. C. Huff, in his spare time during the work day, to perform repair work on the manholes for the Abe Lincoln/Horace White sewer system as needed and authorize 2 other public works employees and assist on the weekends as needed. Harris seconded the motion with all voting in agreement.

The motion to approve the training liaison, superintendent and secretary treasurer to attend the Louisiana Parish Engineers and Supervisors Association Convention was offered by Parks, seconded by Hendry and was unanimously passed.

The motion to approve T. Rodrick to attend the Flood Plain Management Conference was offered by Robinson, seconded by Lewis and was unanimously passed.

The treasurer provided the jury with the monthly Treasurer’s Report including the Profit and Loss Budget vs. Actual for all accounts managed by the Franklin Parish Police Jury. Robinson offered the motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report as presented. Lewis seconded with all voting in agreement.

The jurors were given the following letters of interest in their meeting packages: Email from Penny Bouquet, reminder to submit Tier 3 Personal Financial Disclosures, information about the upcoming Legislative Day and an Invitation to Entergy Reception.

With there being no further business to discuss, Parks offered the motion to adjourn. Robinson seconded. The meeting was adjourned.

KarahLochbrunner–AssistantSecretary/Treasurer Ricky Campbell – President

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Public Notice

The Franklin Parish Public Works Facility garbage dumpsters located at 8327 Hwy 17 Winnsboro, LA 71295, are for Parish use only. The garbage disposal company, Waste Connections, offers the pickup of bulk items on Fridays or Saturdays. If you have large items to dispose of that will not fit in the Franklin Parish issued garbage containers, you may schedule those items to be collected by notifying either the Franklin Parish Police Jury at 318-435-9429 or Waste Connections at 1-800-705 -8621 prior to Saturday so that collection will be noted on the garbage techs route sheet for pick up. Items that will not be accepted for bulk pickup are as follows: Anything that uses freon and construction debris.

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STATE TAX SALES OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. DELINQUENT TAX DEBTOR, PARISH OF FRANKLIN, TOWN OF WINNSBORO

By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the Laws of the State of Louisiana, I will sell, at the principal front door of the Jack Hammons Community Center, 810 Adams St., Winnsboro, Louisiana within the legal hours for judicial sales beginning at 10:00 A. M. on Wednesday, the 22nd day of May A.D., 2019, and continuing on each succeeding day, until said sales are completed, all immovable property on taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and the Town of Winnsboro, to enforce collection of taxes assessed in the year 2018, together with interest thereon from the 1st day of January, 2019, at the rate of one percent (1%) per month until paid and all costs. The names of said delinquent tax debtors, the amount of statutory impositions due, including any due for the prior years, and the immovable property assessed to each are to be offered for sale.

On the day of the sale, I will sell such portions of the property as each debtor will point out and, in case the debtor will not point our sufficient property, will at once and without further delay sell the least quantity of said property of any debtor which any bidder will buy for the amount of taxes, interest, and costs due by said debtors: the sale will be without appraisement, for cash in legal tender money of the United States. The property sold will be redeemable at any time for the space of three (3) years by paying the price given, including cost and five percent (5%) penalty thereon, with interest at the rate of one percent (1%) per month.

NOTICE TO MORTGAGE CREDITORS

In conformity with the law, notice is hereby given to all parties holding mortgages on real estate located in the Town of Winnsboro on which taxes for 2018 have not been paid, that I will begin the sales at the principal front door of the Jack Hammons Community Center, 810 Adams St., Winnsboro, Louisiana on the 22nd day of May A. D., 2019 and that a number of pieces of property were advertised in this newspaper on May 8, 2019; and May 15, 2019, in conformity with the law preparatory to such sales. The attention of mortgage Sors as respectfully called to the advertisements of tax sales and they are warned to take such steps prior to the sales as may be necessary to protect their rights.

Julia G. Jackson

Town Clerk

Town of Winnsboro

Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295

PARCEL# 0710597230A

EMFINGER MELINDA

115 JOEL LANE

WINNSBORO LA 71295-0000

MOBILE HOME LOCATED IN JOE H. WESTERBURGS MOBILE HOME PARK, SEC. 26, T. 14N,

R. 7E. LAREDO 2007 TAN SERIAL# CLW025682TX

$26.11 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710761000

THOMAS, JACOB, ET AL

C/O BERTEL THOMAS

P.O. BOX 824

WINNSBORO, LA. 71295

LOT 10 OF BLOCK 1 OF W. R. TAYLOR SUBDIVISION OF WINNSBORO, LA, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 142-284 238-59 240-79 279-517 283w59 288-228 289-661 360-469 365-51 40109 404-281

$31.65 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710405100B

COTTEN, JAMES & KIMBERLY

15 SARAH STREET

WINNSBORO, LA. 71295

MOBILE HOME ON THE PROPERTY OF JOELLA M BRANCH FORMALLY KNOWN AS MCLEMORE TRAILER PARK LOCATED IN SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 2006 CMH WHITE SERIAL #CLS105363TN

$19.58 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710108450

BULLOCK, SHAYNA

P. O. BOX 1060
WINNSBORO LA 71295

MOBILE HOME LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF MARTHA LEE ANDERSON, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. MODEL: 1990 COLOR: BEIGE MAKE: SKYLINER SERIAL # 407-59 417-242

$2.86 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710467610

LYNCH, LORRI ANN

1612 MAPLE STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 6 OF BLOCK 5 OF BLANSON ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 152-44 155-448 325-188 330-864 338-147 356-494-495 357-270 400-419 407-53 408-658 418-13-67

$1.22 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710156450

MOORE, ORA LEE

1201 BOSWORTH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 24 OF BLOCK 5 OF WOMBLE ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 222-81 243-440 329-760 427-375

$0.82 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710734500

JOHNSON, CHARLES RAY & MOLLY S.

301 SECOND STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 13 AND 20 FT. OFF THE EAST SIDE OF LOT 14 OF BLOCK 6 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA, SEC. 36, T. 14N, R. 7E. 60-300 308-388 365-210 424-817

$44.88 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710761785

BONNER, PEYTON R. ET., UX

464 PUCKETT BEND RD.
COLUMBIA LA 71418

A STRIP OF LAND 50 FT. IN WIDTH EAST AND WEST OFF THE EAST END OF LOTS 1 AND 2 OF BLOCK 10 OF ADAMS ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 207-350 248-763 319-3 350-943 385-25 418-833 419-384

$53.94 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710425200

H & H PROPERTIES OF WINNSBORO, LLC

ATTN: LISA FAULK WIGGINS
P O BOX 1547
WINNSBORO LA 71295

50 FT. OFF THE SOUTH END OF LOTS 10, 11 AND 12 OF BLOCK 5 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA. DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING AT THE SW CORNER OF BLOCK 5 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION, RUN THENCE IN A NORTHERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE EAST SIDE OF PINE ST. 50 FT., THENCE IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF LOT 10 AND PARALLEL TO PINE ST. 50 FT. TO THE SE CORNER OF LOT 10, THENCE IN A WESTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF THIRD ST. 150 FT. BACK TO THE POB., SEC. 36, T. 14N, R. 7E. 74-553 277-813 318-940 392-717 424-118

$36.72 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710064900

BROWN, TERRY, JR

C/O SANDRA BROWN
6671 KINLOCH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A LOT IN LOT 1 OF BLOCK 1 OF SMITH SUBDIVISION, BEGIN AT SE CORNER AND RUN WEST 67.45 FT., THENCE BY 100 FT., SEC. 27, T. 14N, R. 7E. 171-310 377-494 390-785 397-857 418-920

$37.99 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710817200

WHITE, BARBARA ANN

1302 FIRST STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN LOT OF LAND LOCATED IN TOWN OF WINNSBORO IN THE NE 1/4 OF NW 1/4, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E DESCRIBED AS BEGIN AT THE SE CORNER OF LOT 3 OF HATCH ADDITION. 223-340 299-448 304-164 429-87-400

$33.78 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710594550

REYNOLDS, MATTHEW A., ET UX

1606 WEST STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN LOT OF LAND ON THE CORNER OF WEST AND MASON STREET BEING 65 FEET BY 100 FEET, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 207-465 392-666 421-534 429-65 430-221

$68.55 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710298415

LOFTON, DANIEL, JR.

P. O. BOX 118
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT A OF W. O. GWIN SUBDIVISION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 268-433 308-254-310-353 431-260-316

$4.48 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710304000

LOFTON, DANIEL, JR.

P. O. BOX 118
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT F OF W. O. GWIN SUBDIVISION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 200-773 290-538 304-362 315-12 317-766 322-5-6 324-344 431-260

$5.79 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710300800

LOFTON, DANIEL, JR.

P. O. BOX 118
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT B OF THE PARTIAL SUBDIVISION OF W. O. GWIN PROPERTY IN WINNSBORO, LA., SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 180-766 237-551 259-375 283-66 304-396 306-827 319-102 431-260

$0.82 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710255600

FRANKLIN, JACOB, EST.

1509 MORNING STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 4 OF BLOCK 23 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 60-605 412-811 413-312 429-53 433-83

$1.47 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710139200

WALKER, GREGORY

2701 EARLE DRIVE
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 63 OF W. O. GWIN GLENDALE ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 171-792 300-698 398-61 426-29 431-164

$36.72 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710391200

JOHNSON, LENDELL

P. O. BOX 795
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 9 OF BLOCK 2 OF BONDURANT ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 69-494 280-409 283-437 434-496 435-453

$27.82 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710412100

JONES, JAVANCE

1110 COOK DRIVE
DERIDDER LA 70634

AN UNDIVIDED 100% INTEREST IN LOTS 25 AND 26 OF BLOCK 4 OF LANDIS PARK ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 166-37 242-195 252-154 261-342-460 317-179 366-118-120 379-77 392-177 394-455 439-554

$1.96 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710826800

STEPHENSON, MARIKO M.

605 STANLEY STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

SOUTH 100 FT. OF LOT 1 OF BLOCK 1 OF SMITH SUBDIVISION, SEC, 27, T. 14N, R. 7E. 159-128 397-782-785-788 437-270

$49.05 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710688100

WOMACK, MARTHA S., ET AL

75 WOMACK ROAD
MANGHAM LA 71259

1 ACRE: A TRACT IN NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 AND NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 SEC. 36, T. 14N, R. 7E, FRONTING ON LA HWY. 15, INCORPORATED IN 1970, LESS 0.70 ACRE TO MID-SOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAVING 1.3 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LESS .301 ACRE, MORE OR LESS, CONTAINING AFTER EXCEPTIONS .999 ACRE, MORE OR LESS. 170-459 179-109-114 252-217 265-24 273-242 329-558 358-608 438-356

$58.67 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710688010

WOMACK, MARTHA S., ET AL

75 WOMACK ROAD
MANGHAM LA 71259

BUILDING LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF MARTHA S. WOMACK, ET AL FORMALLY BEING MARY DENNIS SHORT, ET AL, SEC. 36, T. 14N, R. 7E. 252-217 265-24 271-242 329-558 438-356

$17.22 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710405100

RAUSIN, DAMION J.

20 SARAH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

MOBILE HOME ON THE PROPERTY OF JOELLA M BRANCH FORMALLY KNOWN AS MCLEMORE TRAILER PARK LOCATED IN SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 1979 NEW HORIZON BLUISH/GRAY SERIAL NO. 3533 423-576 424-819

$4.08 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710526400

WILLIAMSON, AMY

2211 LOOP ROAD
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND COMMONLY KNOW AS SQUARE OR BLOCK NO. 29 OF THE ORIGIANL TOWN OF WINNSBORO, LA ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF PRAIRIE ST. AND ON THE WEST SIDE OF PINE ST., DESC. AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NE CORNER OF SQ. OR BK. 29 AND WHICH CORNER IS APPROX. 3.5 FT. NORHERLY AND 1.25 FT. EASTERLY OF THE NE CORNER OF THE EASTERLY OF THE NE CORNER OF THE EXISTING BRICK BLDG. AND FROM SAID POB RUN THENCE IN A WESTERLY DIR. ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PRAIRIE ST., 60 FT. THENCE IN A SOUTHERLY DIR. PARALLEL TO THE WEST BOUND. OF PINE ST., 110 FT.; THENCE IN A WESTERLY DIR. PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH BOUND. OF PRAIRIE ST., 25 FT.; THENCE IN A SOUTHERLY DIR. PARALLEL TO THE WEST BOUND. OF PINE ST., 50 FT.; THENCE IN AN EASTERLY DIR. PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH BOUND. OF PRAIRIE ST., 85 FT. TO THE WEST BOUND. OF PINE ST., THENCE IN A NORTHERLY DIR. ALONG THE WEST BOUND. OF PINE ST., 160 FT. BACK TO THE POB; AND ALSO, A CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN LOT 29 BEING MORE DESC. AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN AT THE NE CORNER OF LOT 29 AND RUN IN A SOUTHERLY DIR. ALONG THE EAST BOUND. OF SAID LOT 29 A DIS. OF 160 FT. TO THE SE CORNER OF THE E. FAY WALTER LOT FOR A POB; THENCE RUN IN A WESTERLY DIR. ALONG A LIE PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH BOUND. OF SAID LOT 29 WHICH LINE IS ALSO A SOUTH BOUND. OF SAID E. FAY WALTER LOT, A DIS. OF 60 FT.; THENCE RUN IN A SOUTHERN DIR. ALONG A PARALLEL WITH THE EAST BOUND. OF SAID LOT 29, A DIS. OF 21 FT.; THENCE RUN IN AN EASTERLY DIR. ALONG A LINE PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH BOUND OF SAID LOT 29, A DIS. OF 60 FT. TO THE EAST BOUND. OF SAID LOT 29; THENCE RUN IN A NORTHERLY DIR. ALONG THE EAST BOUND. OF SAID LOT 29 A DIS. OF 21 FT. BACK TO THE POB CONTAINING 1260 SQ. FT. LESS AND EXCEPT A 25 X 60 FT. LOT CONTAINING 1250 SQ. FT. IN AN EXCHANGE DEED. 260-754 321-352 346-45 440-628

$32.46 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 1710146500

VERTICAL COMMUNICATIONS

7901 AMBASSADOR ROW
DALLAS TX 75247

CELL TOWER @ 14 MARY MARR ST., WINNSBORO, LA., 71295

$0.82 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710547550B

MASON, GLORIA

P O BOX 324
ST JOSEPH LA 71366

2 ACRES: UNDIVIDED 25% INTEREST IN UND. 75% INT. IN: 1 ACRE: A TRACT OF LAND CONTAINING 4.46 ACRES LOCATED IN THE NW 1/4 OF NE 1/4, SEC. 27, T. 14N, R. 7E, LESS 1.27 ACRES, ALSO LESS 1.13 ACRES SOLD, CONTAINING AFTER EXCEPTIONS 2.06 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 149-607 264-454 265-184 292-548-694 316-700 324-419 331-873 332-444 345-860 383-101-105 387-25 389-655 395-103 423-470 428-687

$1.07 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710084800

BRAWHAW, MARY LEE

511 EIGHTH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 2 OF BLOCK 45 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 225-428 267-681 439-604 443-717

$39.41 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710362000

NELSON, TOR YVAR, ET AL

3946 TARRANT TRL
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78132

LOT 9 OF BLOCK 31 OF RAMAGE PLACE ADDITION NO. 8, SEC. 23, T. 14N, R. 7E. 201-548 288-803 319-889 442-753 444-839 445-489

$34.35 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710057600

MCJB, LLC

C/O DANNY LOFTON
P. O. BOX 118
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOTS 10, 11, 12 AND 13 OF BLOCK 5 OF ADAMS ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 121-90 306-868 345-760 396-661 444-841

$2.45 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710721100

GRAYSON, ROGER D. & MONICA HITT

225 DOBBER GLASS ROAD
BASKIN LA 71219

A LOT OF LAND DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING AT THE CENTER OF THE PARTITION WALL AT THE NORTH END OF BUILDING SOLD BY C. D. SNYDER TO H. BONDURANT AND RUNNING SOUTH ALONG THE CENTER OF THE WALL THROUGH SAID BUILDING AND CONTINUE IN A STRAIGHT LINE TO CORDILL STREET, THENCE EAST ALONG CORDILL STREET TO THE SW CORNER OF THE LOT OF LAND OWNED BY ESTATE OF C. R. GODFREY, THENCE NORTH ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF C. R. GODFREY’S LOT UNTIL THE LINE STRIKES THE CENTER OF WEST WALL OF C. R. GODFREY’S STORE AND FROM SAID POINT CONTINUE NORTH THROUGH THE CENTER OF SAID WALL TO THE SIDE WALK ON PRAIRIE STREET, THENCE WEST ALONG THE SIDE WALK TO THE POB, BEING THE E 1/2 OF OR NEARLY SO OF THE THE LOT SOLD BY C. L. SNYDER TO H. BONDURANT, TOGETHER WITH 1/2 INTEREST IN THE PARTITION WALL AND 1/2 INTEREST IN C. R. GODFREY’S WEST WALL BEING LOT AND BUILDING FORMERLY USED AS A POOL ROOM, LESS AND EXCEPT A STRIP OF LAND OFF THE WEST SIDE OF LOT BOUGHT BY E. O. STRAHAN AND A. L. PRICE FROM J. W. WOMBLE AND BY E. O. STRAHAN FROM A. L. PRICE, SAID STRIP OF LAND BEING 4 INCHES IN WIDTH, MORE OR LESS AND RUNNING FROM PRAIRIE STREET THROUGH TO CORDILL STREET AND BEING AGREED AND UNDERSTOOD THAT THE CENTERLINE OF THE BRICK WALL DIVIDING THE PROPERTY OF E. O. STRAHAN AND B. D. PARDUE SHALL BE THE DIVIDING LINE OF THE PROPERTY OF E. O. STRAHAN AND B. D. PARDUE AND RUN FROM PRAIRIE STREET TO CORDILL STREET. 9-462 15-572 22-393 133-279 309-243 351-107 388-550 415-74 416-673 444-124

$46.84 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710817600

WHITE, CLARK LEWIS, III, ET AL

2225 COLLEGE DRIVE
BATON ROUGE LA 70808

LOTS 4, 5, 6 AND 7 OF BLOCK 5 OF SOUTHWEST SIDE ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 179-159 194-117 442-44

$3.26 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710786600

HOWARD, DONNA & WILLIAM P.

4101 HWY 4
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN TRACT LOCATED IN SQUARE 15 OF THE ORIGINAL TOWN OF WINNSBORO AND SITUATED IN THE NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4, SEC. 25, T. 14N, R. 7E. DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FROM A FOUND 1 INCH IRON PIPE MARKING THE NW CORNER OF THE 0.28 ACRE TRACT ACQUIRED BY E. RUDOLPH MCINTYRE FROM KATHERINE YOUNG AND EDWARD MCVEA YOUNG, COB 126, PAGE 145, THENCE RUN SOUTH 84 DEGS. 58 MINS. 05 SECS. EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF 0.28 ACRE TRACT AND PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF BLOCK 15 OF THE ORIGINAL TOWN OF WINNSBORO A DISTANCE OF 149.96 FEET TO A 1 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTH LINE OF 0.28 ACRE TRACT WITH THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF LA 865 OR PINE STREET AT A POINT 35 FEET WEST OF CENTERLINE OF ASPHALT HIGHWAY, THENCE RUN SOUTH 02 DEGS. 50 MINS. 17 SECS. EAST ALONG THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 66.71 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF 0.28 ACRE TRACT AND THE POB, THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 02 DEGS. 50 MINS. 17 SECS. EAST ALONG WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 108.83 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE MARKING THE INTERSECTION OF WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE WITH THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF LA 4 AND LA 17 OR MAIN STREET AT A POINT 30 FEET NORTH OF CENTERLINE OF CONCRETE 4 LANE HIGHWAY, THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DEGS. 16 MINS. 22 SECS. WEST ALONG NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 74.60 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE MARKING A CHANGE IN NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE, THENCE RUN NORTH 71 DEGS. 14 MINS. 12 SECS. WEST ALONG NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 20.62 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE AT A POINT 35 FEET NORTH OF CENTERLINE OF CONCRETE 4 LANE HIGHWAY, THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DEGS. 16 MINS. 22 SECS. WEST ALONG NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 10.54 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE, THENCE RUN NORTH 02 DEGS. 50 MINS. 17 SECS. EAST PARALLEL WITH THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF LA 865 OR PINE STREET A DISTANCE OF 104.39 FEET TO A 1/2 INCH IRON PIPE ON THE SOUTH LINE OF 0.28 ACRE TRACT ACQUIRED BY MCINTYRE, THENCE RUN SOUTH 84 DEGS. 58 MINS. 05 SECS. EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF 0.28 ACRE TRACT AND PARALLEL WITH THE ORIGINAL SOUTH LINE OF BLOCK 15 A DISTANCE OF 105 FEET, BACK TO THE POB, CONTAINING (11,346 SQUARE FEET) 0.260 ACRE, MORE OR LESS. 187-341 236-333 293-65 308-467-496 329-103 381-643 384-363 391-433 400-388 406-51 412-606 427-727 434-665 438-53 445-59 444 - 823 445-59

$33.70 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710501850

FIELDS, ROMERIAL

5652 WINBOURNE AVE
BATON ROUGE LA 70805

SOUTH 40.05 FEET OF LOT 30 AND NORTH 35 FEET OF LOT 32 OF BLOCK 3 OF FIRST ADDITION TO OWEN PLACE ADDITION, ALSO NORTH 1.49 FEET OF LOT 34 AND SOUTH 25.02 FEET OF LOT 32 OF BLOCK 3 OF FIRST ADDITION TO OWEN PLACE ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 227-366 249-794 253-609 295-500 350-650 351-760 359-361 362-6 423-548 441-674-676 441-674-676 445-631

$4.57 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710226400

GRANT, FREDERICK D.

2109 GARY STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 3 OF BLOCK 3 OF SMITH SUBDIVISION, SEC. 27, T. 14N, R. 7E. 202-189 390-498-501 428-915 446-851

$15.02 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710005800

ADDISON, DARIUS, ET AL

2813 EARLE DRIVE
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOTS 5 AND 6 OF BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SUBDIVISION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 173-400 282-205 347-704 357-904

$103.75 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710037615

VAN AUKEN, ANNIE F., ET AL

12002 CARSON CV
SAN ANTONIO TX 78253-5700

A CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND IN WINNSBORO, LA. BEGINNING AT THE SE CORNER OF THE WALTER THOMPSON LOT, SOLD BY R. M. STEELE AND FROM SAID POINT RUN EAST 50 FT., THENCE NORTH 150 FT., THENCE WEST 50 FT., THENCE SOUTH 150 FT., TO PLACE OF BEGINNING, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 79-409 385-603

$7.35 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710040440

BAILEY, CORNELIUS, ET UX

2807 BALDWIN DRIVE
WINNSBORO LA 71295

SOUTH 45 FT. OF LOT 17 AND NORTH 20 FT. OF LOT 19 OF BLOCK 3 OF FIRST ADDITION TO OWEN PLACE ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 283-96 288-213 290-235 339-98 345-80 350-370-549 352-86 376-321 379-539

$38.19 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710116100

BUTLER, LOUISE B.

C/O G. C. BUSBY, ET UX
1103 PERCY STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

THE W 1/2 OF LOTS 10, 11 AND 12 OF BLOCK 4 OF RAMAGE PLACE ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 11-330 330-847

$27.19 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710260000

GARNER, JANE C.

P. O. BOX 642
NEWELLTON LA 71357

BEGIN AT THE NW CORNER OF LOT 27 OF BLOCK 8 OF LANDIS PARK ADDITION, THENCE RUN IN A NW DIRECTION PROJECTING THE N. BOUNDARY OF LOT 27 A DISTANCE OF 60 FT., THENCE RUN IN A SW DIRECTION 114.2 FT. TO THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF THE W. O. GWIN PROPERTY, THENCE IN AN E. DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF W. O. GWIN PROPERTY 66.1 FT. TO THE WEST BOUNDARY OF BLK. 8, THENCE TURN A LEFT DEFLECTION OF 65 DEGS. 42 MIN. AND RUN IN A NE DIRECTION ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY OF BLOCK 8, 86.67 FT. BACK TO POB. ALSO LOTS 27, 28 AND 29 OF LANDIS PARK ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LOUISIANA, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 66-87 93-244

$3.92 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710306490

H & H PROPERTIES OF WINNSBORO, LLC

ATTN: LISA FAULK WIGGINS
P O BOX 1547
WINNSBORO LA 71295-1547

WEST 125 FEET OF LOT 1 OF BLOCK 1 OF EVADALE ADDITION, SEC. 36, T. 14N, R. 7E. 351-159 352-607 395-654

$39.82 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710347400

HOLLIS, DINIA R.

C/O DAN S. HOLLIS
P. O. BOX 1031
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 1 OF SOUTH OAKS SUBDIVISION SITUATED IN NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4, SEC. 34 AND NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E, BEING A LOT MEASURING 70 FEET BY 110 FEET. 232-61 279-112 362-454 382-700 385-113

$35.17 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710350800

HOOKER, BESSIE D.

507 EIGHTH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 4 OF BLOCK 45 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 227-722 291-49 294-51-364

$40.11 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710362670

JACKSON, ALVIN GLENN

C/O GLINDA JACKSON
585 STUBBS VINSON ROAD
MONROE LA 71203

LOT 3 OF BLOCK 3 OF BONDURANT ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 156-559 282-125 336-638 337-227-245 353-930 387-479

$11.75 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710368850

JACKSON, VERNON L., ET UX

1549 HIGHWAY 618
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 14 OF BLOCK 1 OF W. R. TAYLOR SUBDIVISION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 302-199-200 360-679

$31.35 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710370450

JAMES, VERNON, ET UX

2104 CYPRESS STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

MOBILE HOME LOCATED ON PROPERTY OF DORETHA JAMES ESTATE, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 2000 CLAYTON GREEN/WHITE SERIAL NO. CLS096256TN

$22.03 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710548400

MODAQUE, ROSE C.

708 EIGHTH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 8 OF BLOCK 36 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION TO WINNSBORO, LA., SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 49-187 89-606 267-442 320-112

$11.18 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710622900

PROPERTIES OF CHER

ENTERPRISES, LLC
138 JACKSON LANE
GILBERT LA 71336

TRACT I: LOT 9 OF BLOCK 4 OF NORTHWEST SIDE ADDITION, LESS PORTIONS. TRACT II: BEGIN AT THE NE CORNER OF LOT 4 OF BLOCK 4 OF NORTH WEST SIDE ADDITION AND PROCEED IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG A LINE WHICH WOULD BE A CONTINUATION OF THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 4 A DISTANCE OF 40 FEET, MORE OR LESS TO THE CENTERLINE OF ASH SLOUGH, THENCE IN A NORTHERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE CENTERLINE OF ASH SLOUGH A DISTANCE OF 150 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO A POINT WHERE THE SOUTH LINE OF LOT 10 OF BLOCK 4 OF NORTHWEST ADDITION, IF EXTENDED IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION WOULD STRIKE THE CENTERLINE OF ASH SLOUGH, THENCE IN A WESTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SAME LINE (A CONTINUATION OF LOT 10) APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET, MORE OR LESS, BACK TO THE SE CORNER OF LOT 10, THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE EAST LINE OF LOT 9 OF BLOCK 4 OF NORTHWEST SIDE ADDITION 150 FEET, MORE OR LESS, BACK TO THE POB, BEING ALL THE PROPERTY LYING EAST OF LOT 9 AS SHOWN ON NORTHWEST SIDE ADDITION PLAT, IF THE NORTH LINE THEREOF AND THE SOUTH LINE THEREOF WERE EXTENDED TO THE CENTERLINE OF ASH SLOUGH, TOGETHER WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED THEREON. 176-725-729-732 250-523 343-508 355-626-781 360-612

$10.20 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710710425

SMITH, JAMES EAGBERT

958 HIGHWAY 865
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN LOT BEING 61.8 FT. OFF EAST END OF LOTS 17, 18, 19, 20 AND 21 OF BLOCK 5 OF ADAMS ADDITION, KNOWN AS THE LOT OCCUPIED BY J. T. EVANS OFFICE AND WASHATERIA, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E, LESS A STRIP SOLD TO MARLIN SMITH. 97-235 212-277 306-868 313-217 314-324 358-295 389-665

$42.02 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710763680

THOMAS, ODIS W., ET UX

P. O. BOX 92
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 3 OF SQUARE 26 AND A LOT IN THE CORNER OF JACKSON AND PRAIRIE STREET KNOWN AS THE LANDAUER PASTURE LOT, SEC. 25, T. 14N, R. 7E. 338-43 339-24 366-515 388-1

$22.44 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710793240

WALKER, RENITA

1918 GREEN STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOTS 5 AND 6 OF BLOCK 12 OF BONDURANT KINCAID ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. YEAR: 2002 MAKE: CMH MODEL: SHILOH SERIAL NO. CLS09860TN 175-10 320-69 352-741 388-343-418

$23.18 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710305610

THOMAS, ODIS W., ET UX

P. O. BOX 92
WINNSBORO LA 71295

A CERTAIN LOT OF LAND BOUNDED ON NORTH BY HANNA’S ALLEY; ON EAST BY TURKEY CREEK; ON WEST BY L. S. BRYANT PROPERTY; AND ON THE SOUTH BY THE PEARL BUTLER PROPERTY; SAID LOT EXTENDING FROM EAST LINE OF L. S. BRYANT PROPERTY TO THE CENTER OF TURKEY CREEK CANAL SEC. 25, T. 14N, R. 7E. AND BEING A PORTION OF LAND PURCHASED BY HARRY N. ANDERS FROM MAUDE E. CASE FERRINGTON ON MAY 28, 1959, CONV. BK. 78, PG. 291, RECORDS OF FRANKLIN PARISH, LA. 110-303 122-591 131-594 146-479 183-517 384-342 388-171-257-259-261 393-474 396-890-892 401-137

$2.94 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710365250

JACKSON, WOMBLE L., ET UX

706 EIGHTH STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 7 OF BLOCK 36 OF LANDAUER AND ELLIS ADDITION, SEC. 35, T. 14N, R. 7E. 210-228 248-342 251-619 384-347 393-184

$8.08 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

PARCEL# 0710376800

JOHNSON, DANNY

C/O RUTH HELEN JOHNSON
1410 WHITE STREET
WINNSBORO LA 71295

LOT 4 OF BLOCK 8 OF SW SIDE ADDITION, SEC. 26, T. 14N, R. 7E. 153-499 292-188

$5.47 PLUS INTEREST AND COST

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VILLAGE OF GILBERT

REGULAR SESSION

MAY 9, 2019

The Village of Gilbert Mayor and Board of Alderman met in Regular Session on Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 6:30 p.m., at the Gilbert City Hall.

Those present were as follows: Mayor Mike Stephens, Clerk Diane Parker, Aldermen Christine Ezell, Susan Britt, and Randy Lloyd.

Also present was Melanie Keyes and guest.

Absent was Wesley Ezell, Bill McLemore.

CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Stephens called the meeting to order. Mayor Stephens led in opening prayer. Diane Parker led in the pledge of allegiance.

MINUTES:

Motion made by Susan Britt, seconded by Randy Lloyd to accept the April minutes as presented. Motion carried.

FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS:

Motion made by Christine Ezell, seconded by Randy Lloyd to accept April financial documents. Motion carried.

PAY MONTHLY BILLS:

Motion made by Randy Lloyd, seconded by Susan Britt to pay the monthly bills. Motion carried.

FIRE DEPARTMENT:

Mr. Hunter McLemore gave monthly report.

POLICE DEPARTMENT:

Mayor Stephens gave monthly report. Motion made by Susan Britt, seconded by Christine Ezell to purchase bullet proof vest lining. Motion carried.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT:

Mayor Stephens gave the monthly report for the public works department.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION:

Mr. Steve May was present to acknowledge his election for Senator. Also present was Mr. Ken McManus from McManus speaking on behalf of the sewer project on third and fourth stress.

NEW BUSINESS:

ADOPT THE MILLAGE RATE(S) 7.63 FOR THE TAX YEAR 2019:

Discussion was held. A roll call votes was taken were Christine Ezell, Susan Britt and Randy Lloyd voted yes to adopt the millage rate of 7.63 for the tax year of 2019. Motion carried.

INTRODUCE ORD # 357 BLIGHTED PROPERTY (CLIFF PALMER)

INTRODUCE ORD #358 AMEND BUDGET

INTRODUCE ORD #359 ADOPT BUDGET

INTRODUCE ORD #360 WATER/SEWER RATES

INTRODUCE ORD #361 ELECTED OFFICIALS SALARY

INTRODUCE ORD. #362 ELECTED CHIEF OF POLICE SALARY

A public hearing will be held on June 13, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Gilbert City Hall to consider adopting ordinances #357 through 362.

OLD BUSINESS:

DISCUSS STORAGE BUILDING:

Discussion was held. Motion made by Randy Lloyd, seconded by Christine Ezell to purchase a storage building. Motion carried.

DISCUSS CWEF GRANT ($25,000)

Mayor Stephens we received our full amount of $25,000 CWEF grant money. Stephens stated this money will be used on new commercial meters, six inspection stations and new residential meters. Mayor stated as soon as paperwork is completed this project will begin.

EXECUTIVE SESSION:

Motion made by Christine Ezell, seconded by Susan Britt to close public meeting and go into executive session. Motion carried.

Motion made by Susan Britt, seconded by Christine Ezell to close executive meeting and re-open regular meeting. Motion carried.

ADJOURNMENT:

Susan Britt made motion to adjourn. Randy Lloyd seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Mike Stephens, Mayor

Diane Parker, LMMC

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