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|Public Notices Published Tuesday, December 21st, 2010SHERIFF'S SALE|
United States of America, Rural Development, United States Department of Agriculture
Vs. No. 41,686
State of Louisiana
Parish of Franklin
Fifth District Court
By virtue of a writ of SEIZURE AND SALE, to me directed by the honorable Fifth District Court of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of Franklin, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Courthouse, in the City of Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, La., on Wednesday the 29th day of December A.D., 2010, within legal hours beginning at 10:00 a.m., the following described property, to-wit:
A portion of Lots 18 and 20, Block 3, as shown on map of the First Addition to Owen Place Addition, situated in Section 35, Township 14 North, Range 7 East, Franklin Parish, Louisiana, more particularly described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at an iron pin on the Westerly Right-of-way of Earle Drive, at the Southeast corner (SE/c) of the within described tract, thence leaving said Right-of-way, run North 89 degrees, 43 minutes, 07 seconds West, a distance of 141.87 feet to an iron p in; thence run North 02 degrees, 28 minutes, 12 seconds West, a distance of 64.97 feet to an iron pin; thence run North 88 degrees, 09 minutes, 26 seconds East, a distance of 145.29 feet to an iron pin on the said Right-of-way; thence run along said right-of-way South 00 degrees, 27 minutes West a distance of 70.28 feet to an iron pin and the POINT OF BEGINNING, containing 0.22 acre, more or less, and having a municipal address of 2810 Earle Drive, Winnsboro, Louisiana, 71295.
Together with all buildings and improvements situated thereon, all rights, ways and privileges thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining.
Seized in this above style suit. Terms of sale, cash, with the benefit appraisement.
Steve E. Pylant, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Winnsboro, La.
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FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
STATE OF LOUISIANA
PARISH OF FRANKLIN
SUCCESSION OF JAMES DAVID WALKER
NOTICE TO MORTGAGE PROPERTY
WHEREAS, EARLEAN JONES WALKER, the Administratrix of the above captioned succession, has made application to mortgage the following described property to Everhome Mortgage Company, in the amount of $55,750.00, at an interest rate of 5%, payable in monthly installments not to exceed 360 months, and said property is described as follows, to-wit:
All of Lot 26, less and except 10 feet off the north side thereof, and all of Lot 27, Block 1 of First Addition to Owen Place Addition, Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, Louisiana, as per plat on file and of record in Plat Book A, Page 135, records of Franklin Parish, Louisiana.
The Administratrix further request that she be authorized to negotiate with Everhome Mortgage Company, to refinance the property located at 2910 Baldwin Drive, Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295, in order to do repairs on the home and to lower monthly payments, and further, be permitted and empowered to negotiate any amount that will be in the best interest of she and estate of James David Walker.
Notice is hereby given to all parties whom it may concern, including the heirs and creditors of the decedent herein, and this estate, be order to make any opposition which they have or may have to such application, at any time, prior to the issuance of the Order or Judgment authorizing, approving and homologating such application and that such Order or Judgment may be issued after the expiration of seven (7) days, from the date of the last publication of such notice, all in accordance with law.
BY ORDER OF THIS COURT
Clerk of Court
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The Franklin Parish police Jury adopted its FY2011 budget at a Public Meeting held on December 9, 2010. A detailed copy of the adopted budget may be obtained from the Office of the Police Jury located at the Franklin Parish Courthouse, 6558 Main Street, Winnsboro, LA
Sam Wiggins, Parish Treasurer
Amendments of the 2010 budget for the Franklin Parish Police Jury were approved by unanimous decision at the Regularly Scheduled Meeting on December 9, 2011.
Anyone wishing to review the detailed budget may do so at the Office of the Police Jury, Franklin Parish Courthouse, 6558 Main St., Winnsboro, LA during normal office hours.
Sam Wiggins, Parish Treasurer
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VILLAGE OF GILBERT
DEC. 9, 2010
The Village of Gilbert Mayor and Board of Alderman met in regular session on Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 6:30 p.m., at the Gilbert City Hall.
Those present were as follows: Mayor Mike Stephens, Clerk Diane Parker, Alderman Kay Dunaway, Randy Lloyd and Louis Ezell.
Also present were Bill McLemore, Bruce Lofton, Ty Britt and citizens.
CALL TO ORDER:
Mayor Mike Stephens called the meeting to order. Louis Ezell led in opening prayer. Diane Parker led in the pledge of Allegiance.
MINUTES:Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Kay Dunaway to accept the November minutes as presented. Motion carried.
Motion made by Kay Dunaway, seconded by Louis Ezell to accept the financial documents as presented. Motion carried.
PAY MONTHLY BILLS:
Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Kay Dunaway to pay the monthly bills. Motion carried.
Bill McLemore gave monthly report.
Chief Britt gave monthly report for the police department.
ADOPT ORD #320 FINE INCREASE:
ADOPT ORD #321 SETTING SALARY FOR CHIEF OF POLICE:
ADOPT ORD #322 SETTING NEW WATER & SEWER RATES:
Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Kay Dunaway to close regular meeting and open public hearing on ordinances #320, 321, 322. Motion carried. Discussion was held on all ordinances. Motion made by Kay Dunaway, seconded by Randy Lloyd to close public hearing and open regular meeting. Motion carried.
Motion made by Randy Lloyd, seconded by Kay Dunaway, to adopt ordinance #320 to increase amount of each speeding violation by $20.00. Motion carried.
Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Kay Dunaway to adopt ordinance #321 setting base salary for the newly elected Chief of Police for the Village of Gilbert. Motion carried.
Motion made by Randy Lloyd, seconded by Kay Dunaway to adopt ordinance #322 establishing new water and sewer rates for the Village of Gilbert. Motion carried.
ADOPT RESOLUTION FOR CWEF 2020-2011:
Discussion was held. Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Randy Lloyd to adopt the resolution for the Community Water Enrichment Fund, FY 2010-2011. Motion carried.
DISCUSS DUMPSTER FOR CHRISTMAS:
Discussion was held for a dumpster during the Christmas Holiday. Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Randy Lloyd to have a dumpster delivered December 23 thru December 31. Motion carried.
Citizens appeared with complaints pertaining to heavy traffic possibly due to drugs and loud music. Discussion was held on this issue.
DISCUSS ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
Motion made by Louis Ezell, seconded by Kay Dunaway to recess and all departments attend a safety meeting at the community center. Motion carried. Mayor Stephens spoke with all departments on the annual safety issues.
Louis Ezell made motion to adjourn. Randy Lloyd seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Mike Stephens, Mayor
Diane Parker, LCMC
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The following is the amended budget summary for the Franklin Parish Assessor's Office for the year ending December 31, 2010.
Original Amendments Amended
Beginning Fund Balance 1,432,523. 42,818. 1,475,341
Projected Revenues: 582,980. 17,690 600,670
Projected Expenditures: 533,439. 31,274 564,713
Ending Fund Balance 1,482,064 29,234. 1,511,298.
Rod Elrod, Assessor
Franklin Parish Police Jury
Public Hearing/Regular Meeting
November 10, 2010 @ 6:00 P.M.
The Franklin Parish Police Jury met in Regular Session following a Public Hearing at 6:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 in the Police Jury meeting room, Courthouse Building, Winnsboro, Louisiana with the following Jurors present: Honorable Ricky Campbell, President, Buddy Parks, James Harris, Joe Lewis and Troy Hendry.
Jurors Leroy Scott and Harvey Guimbellot were absent.
James Harris led the group in Prayer and the Pledge.
Motion by Hendry and seconded by Parks to approve the agenda. Unanimously approved
Motion by Harris and seconded by Lewis approving the minutes of October 14, 2010 meeting. Unanimously approved
Open Public Hearing: Taking 1584 feet of Catfish Lane out of the Parish road maintenance system.
Motion by Hendry and seconded by Parks to take 1584 feet of Catfish Lane out of the Parish road maintenance system. Unanimously approved
Motion by Parks and seconded by Hendry to reappoint Dr. W.E. Marionneaux and Mrs. Addie Bolton to the Franklin Parish Library Board of Control for five (5) years. Unanimously approved
Mitch Reynolds, Director of Homeland Security presented an updated report on the status of Homeland Security Projects. (See Public Works Committee Report)
Motion by Parks and seconded by Harris to adopt a resolution in memory of Mrs. Janet Barton. Unanimously approved
David Desormier and Pat Heughan were not present at the meeting but were told at the Public Works Committee meeting that Arthur Nelson Road would have to be brought up to specifications and then the Jury will make a decision whether or not to extend the road .9 of a mile. (See Public Works Committee Report)
NatureChem will be discussed at the December meeting.
Motion by Harris and seconded by Parks approving the amendment of Ordinance #3242 Removal of Grass and Obnoxious weeds. Unanimously approved
FRANKLIN PARISH POLICE JURY
ORDINANCE #3242-AS AMENDED
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #3242 PROVIDING FOR THE REMOVAL OF NOXIOUS GRASS, WEEDS, ETC.:
ARTICLE 11. GRASS AND OBNOXIOUS WEEDS
“SECTION 9 - 21. Removal by parish authorized.
(a) Such persons as are designated by the Police Jury are hereby authorized to abate any property which is in violation of this article.
(b) No such work will be undertaken by them until the lot, place, or area, or the owner of the
(c) abutting property where weeds, or growths are to be removed, as shown on the last assessment roll of the Parish, has an opportunity of doing the work himself within at least ten (10) days after notice has been given him by registered mail, addressed in accordance with the tax roll of the Parish. If property is jointly owned, notice given to one owner shall be sufficient notice to all owners. If the registered letter is returned unclaimed, opportunity of doing the work shall occur with ten (10) days after advertising in the official journal of the parish for two (2) consecutive publications.
“SECTION 9 - 23. Rates for removal of noxious growth from private lots.
(a) The following rates shall be charged for the removal of noxious growth from private lots:
Lot Size &nb sp; Charge
Minimum charge (regardless of size) ................................................................................ $100.00
60 x 100 ft. or smaller ....................................................................................................... $100.00
greater than 60 x 100 ........................ $100.00 plus $1.00 per square foot over 6,000 square feet
(b) The property owner shall have ten (10) days from date of notice in which to remove the noxious growth from their lot. After this time lapse, the Parish will proceed to remove and charge for this service.”
(c) If the removal involves vehicles, junk and dilapidated homes, the clean up charge shall be the removal charge (as charged by a third party remover) plus a 25% surcharge for the removal.
All ordinances or parts thereof in conflict with this amendment are hereby repealed, to the extent of the conflict.
, President, Franklin Parish Police Jury
Franklin Parish Police Jury
Laura Bradley of LSU Ag Center gave the Jurors each a Franklin 4-H newsletter with past and upcoming events going on at the Ag Center.
Motion by Hendry and seconded by Lewis approving the lease between Robert Gwin and Franklin Parish Police Jury regarding property on Milam to expire on December 1, 2020. Unanimously approved
Motion by Harris and seconded by Parks approving the joint cooperative endeavor agreement between Franklin Parish Hospital Service District #1 and the Franklin Parish Police Jury with reference to the provisions of mammography services. Unanimously approved
Motion by Hendry and seconded by Hendry approving the hardship certification for William H. Smith at 342 Calhoun Road, Wisner, Louisiana. Unanimously approved
Motion by Hendry and seconded by Lewis approving November, 2010 work schedule which includes Capital Improvement and Chip Seal list of roads as presented by Greg Humphries, Superintendent. Unanimously approved
Greg gave to Jurors each a copy of 2010 Capital Improvement Asphalt roads that were completed and also a list of 2011 and 2012 roads to start on. He also had a list of roads (Gravel to Chip Seal) completed and in progress. The list contained FEMA projects and their status.
Buddy told Greg that he’d received several compliments on the Pin Oaks Road on the good job the Public Works Crew had done.
Public Works Committee Report: Arthur Nelson Road : Landowners at the end of the road are requesting the Police Jury to extend the road .9 of a mile. The landowners are trying to form a hunting club that will cater to handicap individuals. The Committee will take the request under advisement while the Superintendent gathers the necessary footage and cost estimates to make an informed decision.
Motion by Parks and seconded by Harris to fix the 850 John Deere Dozier. Unanimously approved (Budget will be amended $20,000 for the repair)
Wimberley Place: Bro. Kevin Bates and Mark Whitney were present for the meeting. Ken McManus, Engineer (who was not present at the time) had informed the Committee that he had some drainage concerns. Mark stated that this particular area is not in a flood zone. Discussion ensued Mark and Bro. Bates were asked by the Jurors to make the road 20 feet wide and put gravel on it. After doing this the road will be checked out by Ken McManus and Greg so it can be discussed at a special meeting on November 22, 2010. Both Mark and Bro. Bates stated the road will be ready.
Mitch Reynolds Director of Office of Homeland Security reported to the Committee on all projects. Two of the most pressing is the remainder of the SHIPS 2008 Grant. This grant can only be used to purchase equipment to assist in emergency disaster response and will be used to purchase 15 700 MHZ radios. Mitch also reported on the Buy Out program. The plan by the Parish has been approved on the state level for months. As soon as he receives any further information, he will contact the Police Jury office. Mitch will make Quarterly Reports to the Jury starting January, 2011.
Bubba Perry representing Loutre Land and Timber Company is requesting the Jury to waive the road bond ordinance. Loutre Land Company will be hauling 100 loads a day for 30 days. The Committee does not have a recommendation at this time.
Discussion ensued Buddy recommended that the road bond be lowered to $35,000. Mr. Perry did not like the recommendation and stated he would check with an Attorney. He wants the bond waived.
Motion by Parks and seconded by Lewis to lower road bond ordinance #3296 from $100,000 to $35,000 for Loutre Land & Timber Company. Unanimously approved
Recreation Committee Report: The Committee discussed the option of using river sand for the beach area and marking of the boat lane at Turkey Creek. Ken McManus, Engineer will let the Jury know if the allocated money for the Park can be used for this purpose. Mr. Scott previously spoke with the Jury and Kevin Cobb regarding the inmates handling minor repairs at Park. Scott asked that a list be given to Cobb and inform him that we were ready to proceed. (Sam has taken care of giving the list to Cobb)
Finance Committee Report: The finance committee was given information and budgets regarding the 2010 and 2011 budget. The Jurors will be provided with more information and the final budget will be presented at the December meeting.
Sam presented Jurors a status report of Gustav/Ike Projects listed below:
Ash Slough Drainage Project
Pre-application approved July 21, 2010
Application-pending information from Engineer; scheduled to receive on Nov. 12th
Bayou Macon Cut-Off-No. 2
Pre-application approved July 21, 2010
Application submitted Oct. 27, 2010; not approved need FEMA information.
Boggy Bayou Drainage
Pre-application approved July 21, 2010
Received Nov. 3, 2010, information from Engineer in order to prepare application
Application should be completed by Nov. 19, 2010 to submit to State
Public Works Center
Pre-application submitted July 19, 2010. Not approved
Met with Engineer to review comments on pre-application
Engineer to provide information by Nov. 12th in order to resubmit pre-application.
Pre-application will be resubmitted on Nov. 19, 2010.
Turkey Creek Drainage Project
Application has been approved. Engineer to prepare contract with Parish and prepare plans and specifications for bids.
Wisner Community Center
Pre-application was originally submitted on July 19, 2010 and not approved. Met with State Representatives. Told us to resubmit pre-application. Pre-application was prepared and prior to submittal, Eric Shaw told us to not submit the pre-application, to proceed with the application only. State changed project name to Wisner Community Incubator Project. Application is being prepared. Engineer to provide revised cost estimate by Nov. 24, 2010. Application to be submitted by Dec. 1, 2010.
Insurance Committee Meeting Report: The Insurance Committee was presented with Worker’s Comp. quotes CCMSI and Stone Trust. The committee is reviewing both quotes carefully and will make a recommendation at the December meeting.
Motion by Parks and seconded by Harris to approve the appointment of Drew Wiggers to F.D. No. 2 Board. Unanimously approved
Jack Rongey: Mr. Rongey talked to Jurors concerning gravel on Norhside of Loflin Road and the Southside of Boeuf River Church Road. Greg is to go and check this out. Mr. Rongey wanted to know the procedure by closing a road. He was informed by the President that the Jury would have to advertise in the Franklin Sun twice to see if there are any comments/protests. Mr. Rongey was then informed that if anyone protest, the road could not be closed.
There was discussion regarding the Wisner Fire Truck which is Parish owned. The truck is in need to two (2) tires. Sam stated that radial tires with grip could cost $339 or #333; Vice ply could cost $208 or $201. Sam told Jurors to purchase the tires would be under $750.00.
Motion by Parks and seconded by Lewis to purchase two (2) tires for Wisner Fire Truck. Unanimously approved
Letters of Interest: Roland Dartez sent out letters with election results by Parish on Amendment #2.
Old Business: Buddy stated he’d gotten a call from Truman Welch about Winnsboro Fire Truck title. The Fire Truck is a 1971 model. The State DMV does not keep records over seven (7) years. Therefore, there is no record of the Truck. The Secretary was told by the State to a law enforcement officer to verify the VIN number. This was done. Next, get a J.P. or Constable to verify that information. (Done). All of this information was sent to Baton Rouge and was returned and said to turn this over to an Attorney. Information was given to David Doughty, Parish Attorney.
New Business None: None
There being no further business to discuss, on a motion by Harris and seconded by Parks the meeting was unanimously approved adjourned.
/s/Johnnie Wesley, Secretary /s/Ricky Campbell, President
Franklin Parish Police Jury Franklin Parish Police Jury
Franklin Parish Police Jury
November 22, 2010 @ 1:30 P.M.
The Franklin Parish Police Jury met in Special Meeting at 1:30 P.M. on Monday, November 22, 2010 in the Police Jury meeting room, Courthouse Building, Winnsboro, Louisiana with the following Jurors present: Buddy Parks, Vice President, James Harris, Leroy Scott, Joe Lewis and Troy Hendry.
Jurors Ricky Campbell and Harvey Guimbellot were absent.
Mr. Leroy Scott led the group in Prayer and the Pledge.
Motion by Mr. Lewis and seconded by Mr. Harris to approve the agenda. Unanimously approved
Motion by Mr. Hendry and seconded by Mr. Harris approving the Supplemental Agenda
The supplemental agenda was regarding the parish Road Bond Ordinance. After much discussion there was a motion by Mr. Scott to appoint three (3) jurors to discuss all issues regarding the parish road bond ordinance and report to the jury the necessary changes. The committee is to be comprised of Mr. Scott, Mr. Lewis and Mr. Harris. The motion was seconded by Mr. Harris and unanimously approved. After the final decisions have been made amending the ordinance the committee along with the parish Superintendent will meet with the companies that are affected by the ordinance. Once the ordinance has been approved by the jury in full, the parish secretary is to advertise the ordinance and place an add stating something to the affect of any commercial company hauling on a parish road should contact the police jury for a copy of the ordinance before hauling.
Bid opening for the Energy Efficiency grant took place at 1:00 pm. With only one bid being received for a boiler, the jury voted to accept the bid by Ark-La-Tech. Regarding the other equipment that was needed and advertised for, the jury instructed Mr. Magee to proceed with the governing body in Baton Rouge decision regarding procurement for the remaining equipment. This is the second time this equipment request has gone out for bids. The motion was made by Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr. Lewis followed by a unanimous vote to approve.
Motion by Mr. Hendry and seconded by Mr. Parks to dismiss Wednesday, November 24, 2010 at 12:00 for Thanksgiving Holidays. Unanimously approved (Tape was accidently cut off for this motion)
There being no further business to discuss, the motion to adjourn was made by Mr. Lewis, seconded by Mr. Hendry, followed by a unanimous vote.
/s/Sam Wiggins, Treasurer /s/Ricky Campbell, President
Franklin Parish Police Jury Franklin Parish Police Jury
NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS
Statement of Qualifications
The City of Winnsboro, Louisiana is seeking statements of qualifications from experienced airport planning and engineering consultants to perform services for the next five years at the Winnsboro Airport. Possible work will include preparation of pre-applications and applications for federal and state funding, airport layout plan, capital improvement plan, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, runway extension justification, environmental studies, feasibility studies, benefit cost analysis, airport compliance issues and analysis, engineering design and planning for runways and taxiways, runway/taxiway overlays, pavement maintenance, aircraft parking aprons, airport lighting, NAVAIDS, weather reporting system, land acquisition, fencing, roads, fueling facilities, and terminal/hangar area improvements.
All professional consulting firms who consider themselves qualified for this work are invited to submit _____ (_5_) copies of the statements of qualifications on Form SOQ-1 to:
Mayor, City of Winnsboro
P. O. Box 250
Winnsboro, LA. 71295
Statements of qualifications should be limited to ___3_ pages and received no later than 14 days after the date of advertisement. The Mayor Selection committee will make its selection based upon materials received, or may elect to interview top ranked firms. The following criteria will be used to evaluate and rank the submitted qualifications:
Capability to perform services as described in this notice (20 points).
Recent experience in airport projects comparable to the proposed projects (20 points).
Knowledge of FAA and LADOTD Aeronautics Bureau regulations, policies and procedures (20 points).
Knowledge of the airport and the general geographic area (10 points).
Key personnelís professional background and availability for the proposed projects (15 points).
Firm's reputation and references (15 points).
The Mayor's selection committee reserves the right to negotiate with any engineering firm, after statements of qualifications are opened, if such is deemed necessary. The Mayor's selection committee reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
Any additional information required may be obtained by contacting the City of Winnsboro at the address listed above or by contacting Ms. Alice Wallace, Executive Secretary, The City of Winnsboro, Louisiana at (318) 435-9087. The City of Winnsboro, Louisiana is an equal opportunity employer and statements of qualifications from minority or disadvantaged firms are encouraged.
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The Chairman of the Northeast Soil and Water Conservation District will convene a Locally Led Conservation Meeting from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, 2011, at the Police Jury Room inside the Franklin Parish Courthouse in Winnsboro, LA.
The meeting is open to the public. To find out more about the Locally Led Conservation Meeting, please call (318)435-6743 Ext. 3.
All programs and services of the U.S. Department of Agriculture are offered and available on a non-discriminatory basis.
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS
THE FRANKLIN PARISH POLICE JURY WILL ACCEPT BIDS UP TO AND INCLUDING 2:00 P.M. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 2011 IN THE POLICE JURY CONFERENCE ROOM, COURTHOUSE BUILDING, WINNSBORO, LOUISIANA ON THE FOLLOWING:
DIRT CONTRACTOR BIDS SHALL BE FOR A MINIMUM TIME OF TWELVE (12) MONTHS.
DIRT CONTRACTOR BIDS: SHALL INCLUDE PRICE PER CUBIC YARD OF DIRT AND DISTANCE TRANSPORTED. PRICE PER HOUR FOR EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INCLUDED.
BIDDER SHALL INDICATE METHOD OF CALCULATING AND JUSTIFY INCREASE OR DECREASE IN MATERIAL COST.
BID SPECIFICATIONS AND BID FORMS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE POLICE JURY OFFICE, 6558 MAIN STREET, COURTHOUSE BUILDING, WINNSBORO, LA. BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:30 A.M. AND 4:30 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, EXCLUDING ANY HOLIDAYS.
ALL BIDS AWARDED SHALL EQUIRE A SIGNED CONTRACT.
THE FRANKLIN PARISH POLICE JURY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS. PLEASE CALL GREG HUMPHRIES, PARISH SUPERINTENDENT (CELL 318-439-0193) OR LUTHER SMITH, PURCHASING AGENT AT 318-435-9446 WITH QUESTIONS.
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In Accordance with Louisiana Law regarding convicted Sex Offenders, I am required to provide the following information to those living in my neighborhood:
NAME: Wanda F. Coleman
ADDRESS: 606 Eighth Street
Winnsboro, LA 71295
OFFENSE OF CONVICTION: Indecent Behavior with juveniles
RACE: B SEX: F
EYE COLOR: BLACK
HAIR COLOR: BLACK
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Project No. 10-03-541E
FRANKLIN PARISH POLICE JURY (herein referred to as the "Owner)
Sealed bids marked "Sealed Bid-CONTRACT B - ELEVATED STORAGE TANK Community Block Grant Project for Fiscal Year 2009 to be financed by the State of Louisiana CDBG Program" will be received by the Owner for the construction of the project described as follows:
WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
CONSTRUCTION OF A 200,000 GALLON ELEVATED STORAGE TANK, FOUNDATION, PIPING, ELECTRICAL, SITE WORK, AND RELATED WORK.
Proposals shall be addressed to McManus Consulting Engineers, Inc. and delivered to the Engineer's Office located at 116 Smelser Road, Monroe, LA 71202, not later than 10:00 a.m., on the 6th day of JANUARY, 2011, in the Engineers Office at McManus Consulting Engineers, Inc. located at 116 Smelser Road, Monroe, LA 71202. The information for Bidders, Form of Bid Proposal, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bond, Performance Bond and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be examined at the Office of McMANUS CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. located at 116 SMELSER RD., MONROE, LA 71202. Copies may be obtained at this office upon payment of a deposit of $100.00. This deposit will be refunded upon request in accordance with R.S. 38:2212.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids for just cause; such actions will be in accordance with Title 38 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes.
Each Bidder must deposit with his/her bid, security in the amount, form, and subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders. Sureties used for obtaining bonds must appear as acceptable on the U.S. Department of Treasury Circular 570.
No bidder may withdraw his/her bid within forty-five (45) days after the actual date of the opening thereof.
The Contractor shall begin mobilization and procurement of materials within ten (10) working day of the receipt of the Notice to Proceed.
The Attention of Bidders is called particularly to the requirements for conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the Contract, Section 3, Segregated Facilities, Section 109, Executive Order 11246, and all applicable laws and regulations of the Federal Government and State of Louisiana and bonding and insurance requirements.
Any Person with disabilities requiring special accommodations must contact the ENGINEERS OFFICE no later than seven (7) days prior to bid opening.
IN PARTICULAR, BIDDERS SHOULD NOTE THE REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS TO BE EXECUTED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE BID PROPOSAL.
This project is classified as Municipal and Public Works.
FRANKLIN PARISH POLICE JURY
December 3, 2010
RICKY CAMPBELL, PRESIDENT
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