PUBLIC NOTICES, NOV. 11

Staff reports

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA    

VERSUS        COURT NO. 3:10CV217-JJB-DLD

ERNEST OVERTON, SR.and     

ANNIE MAE THOMPSON OVERTON     

    NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE

       By virtue of the Writ of Execution issued and filed in the above captioned matter on August 9, 2010 and the Notice of Seizure issued and filed in the above captioned matter on August 30, 2010 on the Consent Judgment in Rem rendered in favor of the United States of America and against Ernest Overton, Sr. and Annie Mae Thompson Overton on May 27, 2010, I have seized and will proceed to sell as follows:

       DATE OF SALE:  DECEMBER 1, 2010 – 10:00 A.M.

       PLACE OF SALE: Iberville Parish Courthouse, 58050 Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:   

(1)  A certain lot or parcel of ground, unimproved, lying and bing situated near the Town of Maringouin, Louisiana in Section 27, T. 7 S., R. 9 E., and which lot or parcel of ground is designated as Lot No. 20 of the Casio Subdivision appearing on a map of survey made by James R. Joffrion, C.E., on November 27, 1961, a plat of which survey is annexed to an Act of Sale with Mortgage from Samuel C. Cashio to Jacob Cosey recorded in CB. 157, E. 613.  Said lot or parcel of ground measuring 62.50 feet front on Cashio Street of said subdivision and measures 97.91 feet on its eastern side and 97.81 feet on its western side.  Said lot also measures 62.50 feet on the real or southern side and its bounded as follows:  on the front or northern side by Cashio Street, on the southern or rear side by property of the Iberville Parish School Board, on the western side by Lot No. 21, and on the eastern side by Lot No. 19, all being of the aforesaid Cashio Subdivision.

Being the same property acquired by Ernest Overton from Samuel C. Cashio, on June 5, 1962, as per act duly of record in CB. 158, E. 176.

(2)  A certain lot or parcel of ground, unimproved, lying and being situated near the Town of Maringouin, Louisiana, in Section 27, T. 7 S., R. 9 E., and which lot or parcel of ground is designated as Lot No. 21 of the Cashio Subdivision appearing on a map of survey made by James R. Joffrion, C.E., on November 27, 1961, a plat of which survey is annexed to an Act of Sale with Mortgage  from Samuel C. Cashio to Jacob Cosey recorded in CB. 157, E. 613.  Said lot or parcel of ground measuring 62.50 feet front on Cashio Street of said subdivision and 97.61 feet on its eastern side and 97.72 feet on its western side and 62.50 feet on the rear side.  Said lot being bounded on the front or northern side by Cashio Street, on the southern or rear side by property of the Iberville Parish School Board, on the western side by Lot No. 22 belonging to Beatrice Hill, and on the eastern side by Lot No. 20 belonging to Ernest Overton.  

Being the same property acquired by the vendor, Albert Brown, from Samuel C. Cashio by act passed before Neal D. Malloy on July 31, 1962.

LESS AND EXCEPTING and excluded from the above described property, the following, to-wit:

Ten (10) feet off the western side of the aforesaid lot No. 21 of the Cashio Subdivision and being specifically a lot or parcel of ground off the western side of Lot No. 21 measuring 10 feet front on Cashio Street, and running back between parallel lines a distance of 97.61 feet on its eastern side and 97.72 feet on its western side.  Said lot being bounded on the front or north side by said Cashio Street, on the southern or rear side by property of the Iberville Parish School Board, on the western side by Lot No. 22 belonging to Beatrice Hill, and on the eastern side by the remainder of Lot No. 21 herein transferred.  

The vendor, Albert Brown, further declared unto me, Notary that he that he does hereby and by these presents, donate, dedicate to the Iberville Parish Police Jury for drainage purposes, the use of the 10 foot lot excluded from the sale herein; that said lot is to be used specifically for drainage purposes, and if not used for drainage purposes, said lot shall belong and become the property of the purchaser herein, Ernest Overton.

Being the same property which was acquired by Ernest Overton from Albert Brown by Act dated April 30, 1965, as per CB. 168, E. 342.  Being also the same property acquired by Albert Brown from Samuel C. Cashio on July 31, 1962, as per CB. 158, E. 331.

Said property being subject to an oil, gas and mineral lease dated July 28, 1970, for a primary term of 3-years, as recorded in CB. 188, E. 331; and second, an oil, gas and mineral lease for a primary term of 5-years dated March 11, 1985, in favor of Devere Oil & Gas, Inc., duly recorded in CB. 377. E. 198.

       TERMS OF SALE: Property to be offered for sale without benefit of appraisement to the last and highest bidder.  A minimum deposit of 10% of the sales price shall be payable to the United States Marshal's Service at the time of adjudication.  Balance shall be payable to the United States Marshal's Service within thirty (30) days.  All funds shall be remitted in the form of cash, certified check, cashier's check or money order with no personal checks accepted.    

       STATEMENT OF NON-WARRANTY: The property shall be sold without any warranty whatsoever. Purchaser shall bear all costs and responsibility for transferring title.  

                                     UNITED STATES MARSHAL

                                     MIDDLE DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA

11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 11/25

LOUISIANA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

VERSUS

ALL TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY OWNERS, CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA AND NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR AFFECTED IN ANY WAY BY THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OR OTHER EVIDNCES OF INDEBTEDNESS BY THE LOUISIANA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

NUMBER ____            ; DIVISION __  _

19TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

PARISH OF EAST BATON ROUGE

STATE OF LOUISIANA

ORDER

To:  All taxpayers, property owners, citizens of the State of Louisiana, including nonresidents owning property subject to taxation therein, and all other persons interested in or affected in any way by the issuance of bonds or other evidence of indebtedness by the Louisiana Local Government Environmental Facilities and Community Development Authority.

      Considering the Motion for Judgment filed herein by the Louisiana Local Government Environmental Facilities and Community Development Authority (the “LCDA”), which is authorized to file this validation proceeding under La. R.S. 13:5121, et seq., (the “Bond Validation Act”), at any time prior to, or during the issuance of any governmental bonds or other indebtedness, for the purpose of establishing the validity and legality of a particular governmental bond issue, including without limitation, to determine the validity and legality of:  (1) the issuance of not to exceed $14,500,000 Revenue Bonds (the “Series 2010 Bonds”) by the LCDA; (2) the means provided for the payment of the Series 2010 Bonds; (3) the pledges of revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds; (4) all covenants and provisions of any and all resolutions or ordinances authorizing the Series 2010 Bonds; and (5) all of the proceedings and matters upon which the validity and legality of any of the foregoing are based, including without limitation, whether the revenues pledged under the Series 2010 Bonds must be remitted to the City by the Iberville Parish Sales Tax Department (the “Collector”), and said Motion now having been presented to this Court, and the Court being fully advised in the premises:

      IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT the plaintiff is hereby directed to publish the Motion for Judgment filed in these proceedings, together with a copy of this Order, on the _______ day of _________________ 2010, and the __________ day of ___________________, 2010, in the Advocate, a daily newspaper published in the Parish of East Baton Rouge, the official journal of the Parish of East Baton Rouge and the State of Louisiana, and on the _______ day of _________________ 2010, and the __________ day of ___________________, 2010, in the Plaquemine Post South, a newspaper published in the City of Plaquemine, the official journal of the Parish of Iberville.    

      IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT all taxpayers, property owners, citizens of the State and nonresidents owning property subject to taxation therein, and all other persons interested in or affected in any way by the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds, be and they are each hereby required to show, if they can, on the _______ day of November, 2010, at ________ o’clock at the Nineteenth Judicial District Court, Division _______, Parish of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, why the relief prayed for in the said Motion for Judgment should not be granted establishing and declaring the validity and legality of:  (1) the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds by the LCDA; (2) the means provided for the payment of the Series 2010 Bonds; (3) the pledges of revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds; (4) all covenants and provisions of any and all resolutions or ordinances authorizing the Series 2010 Bonds; and (5) all of the proceedings and matters upon which the validity and legality of any of the foregoing are based, including without limitation, whether the revenues pledged under the Series 2010 Bonds must be remitted to the City by the Collector.  

      ORDERED AND SIGNED in chambers at Baton Rouge, Louisiana this ____ day of ____________, 2010.        

______________________________________

      Judge, 19th Judicial District Court

10/28, 11/4, 11/11

LOUISIANA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

VERSUS

ALL TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY OWNERS, CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA AND NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR AFFECTED IN ANY WAY BY THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OR OTHER EVIDNCES OF INDEBTEDNESS BY THE LOUISIANA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

NUMBER ____            ; DIVISION __  _

19TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

PARISH OF EAST BATON ROUGE

STATE OF LOUISIANA

MOTION FOR JUDGMENT

    NOW INTO COURT, through undersigned counsel, comes the LOUISIANA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (the “LCDA”), which respectfully represents as follows:

PROCEDURAL CAPACITY AND JURISDICTION

1.

    The LCDA is a governmental unit and political subdivision of the State of Louisiana (the “State”), created and organized under, and pursuant to, the provisions of Chapter 10-D of Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended by Act 1151 of the 1997 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature (La. R.S. 33:4548.1 through 33:4548.16) (the “Community Development Act”).  The LCDA was created to provide for and encourage economic development by assisting political subdivisions in constructing, extending, rehabilitating, repairing and renewing infrastructure and environmental facilities, as well as to assist in the financing of such needs by the political subdivisions of the State.   Pursuant to the Community Development Act, the governing authority of the LCDA is the LCDA Board of Directors (the “Board”). 

2.

      The LCDA is domiciled in and is doing business within the Parish of East Baton Rouge.   

3.

    The LCDA is authorized and empowered to issue and sell bonds, notes, renewal notes, refunding bonds, interim certificates, certificates of indebtedness, certificates of participation, debentures, warrants, commercial paper, or other obligations or evidences of indebtedness on behalf of or for the benefit of political subdivisions within the State.  The LCDA is further authorized, pursuant to La. R.S. 13:5121, et seq., (the “Bond Validation Act”), at any time prior to, or during the issuance of any governmental bonds or other indebtedness, to file suit for the purpose of establishing the validity and legality of a particular governmental bond issue. 

4.

      The Board adopted a resolution on June 10, 2010, granting preliminary approval to the issuance of, not to exceed, $14,500,000 Revenue Bonds (the “Series 2010 Bonds”), for and on behalf of the City of St. Gabriel (the “City”), a political subdivision located within the State.  (A copy of the LCDA Resolution is attached hereto as Exhibit A.)

5.

    Made defendants herein, pursuant to the Bond Validation Act, are all taxpayers, property owners, citizens of the State of Louisiana and non-residents owning property or subject to taxation therein, and all other persons interested in or affected in any way by the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds or other evidences of indebtedness by the LCDA, all of which are proper defendants to this action pursuant to La. R.S. 13:5123.

6.

    Jurisdiction and venue are proper in this Court pursuant to La. R.S. 13:5121, et seq., as the LCDA, the issuer of the Series 2010 Bonds, is domiciled in the Parish of East Baton Rouge.   

7.

      The LCDA brings this matter under the Bond Validation Act for the purpose of establishing the validity and legality of:  (1) the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds by the LCDA; (2) the means provided for the payment of the Series 2010 Bonds; (3) the pledges of revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds; (4) all covenants and provisions of any and all resolutions or ordinances authorizing the Series 2010 Bonds; and (5) all of the proceedings and matters upon which the validity and legality of any of the foregoing are based, including without limitation, whether the revenues pledged under the Series 2010 Bonds must be remitted to the City by the Iberville Parish Sales Tax Department (the “Collector”).

THE LEGALITY OF THE SERIES 2010 BONDS

8.

      The Community Development Act created the LCDA as a political subdivision of the State, authorized to engage in certain economic development projects, and to issue or sell bonds in connection therewith.  The LCDA is authorized by statute to issue or sell bonds on behalf of other participating political subdivisions or organizations within the State.  

9.

    The City is a political subdivision of the State, which has the necessity to acquire, rehabilitate, improve or expand certain infrastructure projects within its incorporated boundaries for the benefit of its commercial and residential citizens.

10.

    On May 20, 2010, the City Council, acting as governing authority of the City passed a resolution, requesting the LCDA issue revenue bonds in an amount not to exceed $14,500,000, for purpose of acquiring, rehabilitating, improving or constructing certain infrastructure projects within the City (the “Project”).  (A copy of the resolution of the City is attached hereto as Exhibit B.)

11.

    Pursuant to the resolutions of the LCDA and the City, each has authorized execution of an agreement which would provide a means of financing the Project by the LCDA, for or on behalf of the City, as well as means for repayment of the debt obligations resulting from the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds. 

12.

    More particularly, the resolution adopted by the LCDA on June 10, 2010, provides the LCDA will fund a loan to the City through proceeds obtained from the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds.   The City shall service its obligations under the loan agreement and the holders of the Series 2010 Bonds shall be secured by a pledge of the lawfully available funds of the City, including a 1% sales and use tax (the “Tax”).  (See LCDA Resolution, previously referenced as Exhibit A.) 

13.

      The resolution of the City also establishes that the debt obligations shall be payable from and secured by payments made by the City, which are derived from the Tax.  If the Tax revenues are insufficient to make payments, the resolution provides that the City will utilize all sources of lawfully available funds to satisfy the obligations established from the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds.

14.

      The actions authorized by the resolutions of the LCDA and the City are in accordance with applicable law and constitute a valid exercise of the powers granted to the LCDA and the City under Louisiana law.  

THE REVENUES PLEDGED TO SATISFY THE SERIES 2010 BONDS

15.

      The City is authorized under Louisiana law to exercise any power and perform any function necessary, requisite, or proper for the management of its affairs, including levy and collect taxes and to assume indebtedness as provided by law.

16.

    Subsequent to an affirmative vote of the qualified electors in the City, the governing authority of the City enacted Ordinance #1996-10, imposing a one percent (1%) sales and use tax (also referred to herein as the “Tax”) within the incorporated limits of the City, from and after October 1, 1996.  Ciba-Geigy Corporation, located within the City, disputed the validity of the Tax.  The parties eventually agreed to compromise, which provided the City would suspend the levy and collection of 2/3 of the Tax for ten years, covering the period from October 1999 through October 2009.  (A copy of the 1996 Ordinance is attached hereto as Exhibit C.)

17.

    Thereafter, the governing authority of the City enacted Ordinance #1999-3, which provided the City would roll back the Tax to 1/3% within the incorporated limits of the City.  (A copy of the 1999 Ordinance is attached hereto as Exhibit D).

18.

      On October 18, 2007, the governing authority of the City, through Ordinance # 2007-0001-1115, rescinded Ordinance #1999-3 and ratified all provisions of Ordinance #1996-10, as remaining in full force and effect.  Ordinance #2007-0001-1115 reimposed the Tax within the incorporated limits of the City, and required the Collector to collect and remit the Tax to the City.  (A copy of the 2007 Ordinance is attached hereto as Exhibit E.)

19.

    Upon passage of the 2007 Ordinance, the Collector sued the City seeking injunctive relief, precluding collection of the full 1% Tax.  The Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled for the City and determined the Collector was required to collect and remit the full Tax (the “First Circuit Opinion”).  See Parish of Iberville Sales Tax Dept. v. City of St. Gabriel, 21 So. 3d 955, 2008-1780 (La. App. 1 Cir.7/22/09), a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit F.   

20.

    Subsequent to the issuance of the First Circuit Opinion, the Collector issued a notice providing that it would disregard the ruling of the Appellate Court and collect taxes in the manner it chose.  The Collector did not seek further judicial support, relief or authority to disregard the First Circuit Opinion, but instead chose to take unilateral action in derogation of Louisiana law and its duties established thereunder.

21.

    To enforce the ruling, the City filed a Petition for Writs of Mandamus, ordering the Collector comply with the First Circuit Opinion.  This matter is currently pending in the trial court.  

22.

    The Petition for Writs of Mandamus is not at issue in this suit, nor is any relief requested by the LCDA. 

23.

    The remittance of the Tax to the City is required to ensure that the City can satisfy its obligations under the loan agreement and to ensure that the pledge of revenues under the Series 2010 Bonds will be available as security to the bondholders. 

24.

    The First Circuit Opinion finds no unresolved issues of fact or law regarding the levy and collection of the Tax.  The Tax was established and approved by the citizens of the City, and through valid and binding acts of the governing authority of the City, as memorialized in the passage of the 1996 and 2007 ordinances.  All issues concerning the levy and collection of the Tax were determined by the First Circuit Opinion.  The decision of the First Circuit has not been overruled. 

25.

    As validly established by the 1996 and 2007 ordinances, the Tax constitutes valid and lawfully available funds of the City.   The City can utilize these funds to secure a loan or financing agreement with the LCDA

26.

    Proceeds from the Tax and other lawfully available funds of the City, as authorized by the resolutions of the City and the LCDA, can be a legal and valid pledge of revenues by the City to secure the financing for the Project, and to provide a means for repayment of the obligations incurred under the Series 2010 Bonds.

27.

    The resolutions and ordinances of the LCDA and the City were valid and approved by the governing authority of the City and the LCDA, respectively.  The actions authorized by each of the resolutions further constitute a valid exercise of the powers granted to the City and the LCDA under Louisiana law.

28.

    All matters concerning the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds, including (i) the legality and validity of the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds; (ii) the means provided for payment of the Series 2010 Bonds; (iii) the pledges and revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds; (iv) all covenants and provisions of the resolutions and ordinances of the City or the LCDA, that are any way related to the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds; and (v) all other related matters or proceedings related or associated with any of the foregoing, or any other matters in connection with the authorization and issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds are valid, legal and binding in accordance with Louisiana law. 

29.

    Despite the validity of the foregoing actions of the City and the LCDA, including the levy and collection of the Tax by the City, prior to seeking approval from the Louisiana State Bond Commission authorizing issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds, the LCDA seeks a final determination from this Court establishing the validity of the Series 2010 Bonds, authorization to issue the Series 2010 Bonds, and for a determination that any proceedings taken in accordance with the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds, including without limitation, the validity of all pledges of revenues and of all covenants and provisions which constitute a part of the contract between such governmental unit and the holders of such bonds, are legal and valid in accordance with Louisiana law.

30.

    The LCDA further seeks an order requiring the Collector to remit the Tax to the City to ensure that the City can satisfy its obligations under the loan agreement with the LCDA, as well as to ensure that the pledge of revenues under the Series 2010 Bonds will be available as security to the bondholders. 

    WHEREFORE, the LCDA as proper party, in the proper jurisdiction and venue prays:

(1) That, pursuant to the Bond Validation Act, this Court take jurisdiction of this cause and issue an Order directing the publication of this Motion For Judgment two (2) times within a period of fifteen (15) consecutive calendar days in the Advocate, a daily newspaper published in the City of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, being the official journal of the Parish of East Baton Rouge and State of Louisiana and the Plaquemine Post South, a newspaper published in the City of Plaquemine, being the official journal of the Parish of Iberville (the first publication of which is to be not later than eight (8) days from and after the date of issuance of the Order), and at the same time, fix a time and place for the hearing of this cause, which time and place will be published with this Motion for Judgment (the date fixed for hearing to be at least ten (10) days, but not more than thirteen (13) days, after the second publication of this Motion For Judgment);

(2)    That, at the time and place designated in said Order, this Court proceed to hear and determine all questions of law and fact in this cause, including, but not limited to the validity and legality of (1) the Series 2010 Bonds; (2) the means provided for the payment of the Series 2010 Bonds; (3) the pledges of revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds; (4) all covenants and provisions of the resolutions and ordinances authorizing the Series 2010 Bonds; and (5) all of the proceedings and matters upon which the validity and legality of the foregoing is based.

(3)    That after due proceedings, this Court render a judgment herein declaring (1) the Series 2010 Bonds to be valid and legal; (2) the means provided for the payment and security of the Series 2010 Bonds to be valid and legal; (3) the pledges of revenues securing the Series 2010 Bonds to be valid and legal; (4) all covenants and provisions of the resolutions and ordinances associated with the issuance of the Series 2010 Bonds to be valid and legal; (5) the Collector remit the Tax to the City to ensure the City can satisfy its obligations under the loan agreement with the LCDA, as well as to ensure the pledge of revenues under the Series 2010 Bonds will be available as security to the bondholders; and (6) that all of the proceedings and matters upon which the validity and legality of the foregoing is based are valid and legal.    

(4)    That this Honorable Court issue a permanent injunction to prevent any person from instituting any action or proceeding contesting the validity of the Series 2010 Bonds, the security for the Series 2010 Bonds, the validity and collection of the Tax, the validity of the resolutions or ordinances, or any of the other proceedings or matters set forth herein above or any other matter adjudicated or which might have been called in question in such proceedings; and

(5)    For all other equitable relief.

                        Respectfully submitted,

                        CRAWFORD LEWIS, PLLC

                        ___________________________________

                        JAMES R. LEWIS (#8844)

                        DONALD L. CUNNINGHAM, JR. (#4654)

                        MICHAEL T. DURHAM (#28344)

    450 Laurel Street, Suite 1600

    Post Office Box 3656

    Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821-3656

    Telephone: (225) 343-5290

    Facsimile: (225) 383-5508

                        ATTORNEYS FOR LOUISIANA                            LOCAL GOVERNMENT                                 ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITIES AND                         COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                             AUTHORITY

10/28, 11/4, 11/11

Advertisement for Bids

              Sealed bids will be received by the Iberville Parish School Board, Attention Patrick Norris, Project Manager, at 58030 Plaquemine St., P.O. Box 151, Plaquemine, LA. 70764, not later than 2:00 PM Wednesday, December 1, 2010 for the following:

Math, Science & Arts Academy West Campus – STEM Center

57955 St. Louis Road – Plaquemine, La. 70764

NOTE **  Outer envelope if mailed shall be marked SEALED BID.

Please find bid related materials and place electronic bids at – “www.centralbidding.com”

             The bids will be opened at the School Board Office immediately following the close of bid time on the above noted date.

             A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 57955 St. Louis Road, Plaquemine, La. 70764 on Tuesday December 16, 2010 at 10:00 A.M., . No bid will be accepted from any contractor who did not attend and sign-in at the Pre-Bid Conference.

             Preliminary bid information may be obtained by contacting the Architectural Firm listed below.

Fusion Architecture

58156 Court Street

Plaquemine, La. 70764

225-687-4848

             It is the policy of the Iberville Parish School Board to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disabilities, or veteran status in educational programs and activities. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, educational services, financial aid and employment.

Iberville Parish School Board

P. Edward Cancienne,

Superintendent

An Equal Opportunity Employer

11/4, 11/11, 11/18

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

A Public Hearing will be held at the Louisiana State Capitol, Senate Committee Room E, Baton Rouge, LA, 70804 on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.

This Public Hearing will be held in accordance with LA R.S. 48:231 and conducted by the Joint Highway Priority Construction Committee.

The purpose of this Public Hearing is to review highway construction priorities for the fiscal year 2011-2012 for the parishes of Ascension, Assumption, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, St James, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana which comprise Highway District 61.  

A copy of the Preliminary Program for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 is available for review by interested persons at the Department of Transportation and Development District 61 Administrator’s office, 8100 Airline Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70815; at the Department’s   Headquarters Building, 1201 Capitol Access Road, Room 200U, Baton Rouge, LA 70802; or through the website at www.dotd.la.gov under public information, then public meetings.

All interested persons are invited to be present at the above time and place for the purpose of becoming fully acquainted with the proposed program and will be afforded an opportunity to express their views.  

Oral testimony will be received.  However, in order that all persons desiring to make a statement have an equal opportunity to do so, it is requested that every effort be made to complete individual testimony in as short a period of time as possible.  Oral testimony may be supplemented by presenting important facts and documentation in writing.  Your cooperation and assistance will be appreciated.  

Written statements and comments should be handed to the committee conducting the Hearing, or mailed to the following address, postmarked within 30 calendar days following the Hearing:

    JOINT HIGHWAY PRIORITY CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE

    C/O LA DOTD (SECTION 85)

    P.O. BOX 94245

    BATON ROUGE, LA 70804-9245

Should anyone requiring special assistance due to a disability wish to participate in this public hearing, please contact LADOTD (Attn:  Ms. Mary Elliott) by mail at the address listed above or by telephone at (225) 379-1218 at least five days prior to the date of the public hearing.  

Senator Joe McPherson, Chairman

Joint Highway Priority Construction Committee

10/14, 11/11

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Iberville Parish Sheriff's Department will receive bids

in the Office of the Director of the Civil Division, New Courthouse Building, 58050 Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana, until 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 15, 2010 for the following:

ONE (1) 2011 CHEVROLET CREW CAB: MODEL #CC10543-2WD LTZ

We will receive bids, open and tabulate them on the above stated date. Specifications are available upon request at the Office of the Director of the Civil Division, New Courthouse Building, 58050 Meriam Street in Plaquemine, Louisiana. Bids must be sealed and marked 'BID FOR TRUCK'.

The right is reserved to take under advisement, or reject any proposals, and to waive any informalities.

IBERVILLE PARISH SHERIFF DEPARTMENT

BRENT ALLAIN, SHERIFF

BY: Denise J. Johnson

    DENISE J. JOHNSON

          DIRECTOR, CIVIL DIVISION

10/28, 11/11

PUBLIC NOTICE

Capital Area Human Services District (CAHSD)

SOLICITATION OF OFFERS FOR

Adult Residential Care Facility/

Supervised Independent Living Services

CAHSD, a political subdivision of the State of Louisiana, is conducting a fair and impartial competitive procurement process to solicit offers from qualified contractors with either an Adult Residential Care Facility (ARCF) or a Supervised Independent Living program (SIL) licensed in the State of Louisiana, interested in providing beds for adults with severe mental illnesses (adults must be established clients with CAHSD) who reside in CAHSD geographical area which includes the parishes of East and West Baton Rouge; East and West Feliciana; Iberville; Ascension; and Pointe Coupee.  The services contracted as a result of this Solicitation of Offers (SOO) will be directed by CAHSD and provided to CAHSD identified consumers in the CAHSD geographical service area.  Qualified contractors must be licensed by the State of Louisiana to provide any services that require a license.  Non-profit and for-profit agencies may submit offers in response to this SOO, which is made possible by CAHSD.

The contract period will be renewable annually for up to 3 years, beginning December 6, 2010.  A full summary of the work specifications is contained in the Solicitation Guidelines package which will be available beginning November 15, 2010 through November 30, 2010.

The last date for CAHSD staff to receive questions concerning the SOO will be November 24, 2010.

The package may be picked up at: CAHSD Community Support Services, 4615 Government St., Bldg. 2,  Baton Rouge, LA 70806 between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except for state holidays, or it can be obtained from the following website: WWW.CENTRALBIDDING.COM.

Completed offers will be accepted no later than 4:00 pm, on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at:  CAHSD Community Support Services; 4615 Government Street, Bldg. 2; Baton Rouge, LA; 70806. To submit electronically visit the website: WWW.CENTRALBIDDING.COM.

Offers must be submitted in the format specified in the Solicitation Guidelines document in order to receive consideration.

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SECTION 00030

    ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

OWNER:    City of Plaquemine                    

        Attn:  City Clerk’s Office                    

Mailing:  P. O. Box 675, Plaquemine, LA  70765-0675    

Physical:  Plaquemine City Hall, First Floor, Room 103, 23640 Railroad Ave., Plaquemine, LA  70764

Separate sealed BIDS for     Asphalt Road Rehabilitation Program -Phase II will be received by

       City of Plaquemine,

       Attn:  City Clerk’s Office

       Mailing:  P. O. Box 675, Plaquemine, LA  70765-0675

       Physical:  Plaquemine City Hall, First Floor, Room 103, 23640 Railroad Ave., Plaquemine, LA  70764

until     2:00 p.m.       (local time)  on      Wednesday, December 8, 2010     .

       The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud on  Wednesday, December 8, 2010:

       Plaquemine City Hall, Third Floor

       Mayor’s Conference Room

       23640 Railroad Avenue

       Plaquemine, LA  70764

       Any BIDDER sending his BID by mail or submitting in person must be addressed it to:

    City of Plaquemine

       City Clerk’s Office                    

P. O. Box 675                

Plaquemine, LA  70765-0675                        

Attention:     BID DOCUMENT

        Asphalt Road Rehabilitation Program -Phase II

        PEC Project No. 10814

       The INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS, BID FORM, FORM OF CONTRACT, PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, and BID BOND, PERFORMANCE BOND, PAYMENT BOND, and other CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:

__________PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS CORPORATION__________

7600 GSRI AVENUE, BATON ROUGE, LA  70820

________--AGC/F. W. DODGE DIVISION, MCGRAW_HILL INFORMATION SYSTEMS_______---

666 NORTH STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA  70802

----------AGC/F.W. DODGE DIVISION, MCGRAW-HILL INFORMATION SYSTEMS----------

2475 Canal Street, Suite 101, New Orleans, LA  70119

       Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Professional Engineering Consultants Corporation located at   7600 GSRI Avenue, Baton Rouge, Louisiana  70820 upon payment of $150.00 for each set.

       Any BIDDER, upon returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS promptly and in good condition within fourteen (14) calendar days after the BID OPENING will be refunded in accordance with current state laws less handling fees.

       Each BIDDER must deposit with the BID, BID SECURITY in the amount of five (5) percent of the amount BID.  BID SECURITY shall be in the form of a certified check, cashier’s check or a BID BOND.

       A CONTRACT resulting from the requested BIDS shall be accom_panied by a PERFORMANCE BOND and a PAYMENT BOND, each in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the CONTRACT and must be in a form acceptable to the OWNER'S attorney.  SURETIES used for obtaining BONDS must appear as acceptable on U.S. Dept. of Treasury Circular 570.

       BIDS must be submitted on the blank forms furnished with the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.  Each BID shall have attached a BID BOND with an accompanying duly authorized POWER OF ATTORNEY as provided for in the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.  Only the BIDS of contractors and/or subcontractors licensed under Act 113 of the 1964 Louisiana Legislature will be considered.  Contractors desiring to BID shall submit to the ENGINEER evidence that they hold license of proper classification and in full force and effect.

       The OWNER reserves the right to waive any informalities and to reject any and/or all BIDS.

       No BIDDER may withdraw his BID within sixty (60) consecu_tive calendar days after the actual date of opening thereof.

 Thursday, November 11, 2010     

             DATE

                                     City of Plaquemine        

                    OWNER        

                                                  BY:       /s  Mark A. “Tony” Gulotta        

TITLE:        Mayor            

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COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

November 11, 2010

Iberville Parish Council        P. O. Box 389      Plaquemine, LA  70765

(225) 687-5190

This notice shall satisfy the above-cited two separate but related procedural notification requirements.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about November 29, 2010 the Iberville Parish Council will submit a request to the Louisiana Division of Administration (DOA) for the release of funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383), as amended, to undertake a project known as LCDBG FY’10 New Sewer System, for the purpose of providing the community of Bruceville, in Iberville Parish, with a new wastewater collection system.

FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

The Iberville Parish Council has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment.  Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required.  Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the office of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Iberville Parish Council, 58050 Meriam Street, Plaquemine, LA  and may be examined or copies during weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to the Chief Administrative Official.  All comments received by November 26, 2010 will be considered by the Iberville Parish Council prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds.  Commentors should specify which part of this Notice they are addressing.

RELEASE OF FUNDS

The Iberville Parish Council certifies to Louisiana Division of Administration that J. Mitchell Ourso, Jr. in his capacity as Chief Elected Officer (CEO) consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied.  The State’s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities, and allows the Iberville Parish Council to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

The Louisiana Division of Administration will consider objections to its release of funds and the Iberville Parish Council’s certification received by December 14, 2010 or a period of fifteen days from its receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following basis: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer or other officer of the Iberville Parish Council approved by State;  (b) the Iberville Parish Council has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the project have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by State; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to the Louisiana Division of Administration at P. O. Box 94095, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095.  Potential objectors should contact the State to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

Iberville Parish Council

___________________________________

J. Mitchell Ourso, Jr.

Parish President and CEO

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Judicial Advertisement

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT         STATE OF LOUISIANA         PARISH OF IBERVILLE

October 19, 2010

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.

    vs.    Suit #   69290

JAMES N. ANDERSON AND LAUREN A. ANDERSON A/K/A LAUREN A. STOCKARD ANDERSON

Acting under and by virtue of a WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE dated this 29th day of September, 2010, and directed to the Sheriff of Iberville, State of Louisiana, by the Honorable the 18th  Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of Iberville, in the above numbered and entitled cause, I have seized and will offer for sale at Public Auction, in the lobby of the Iberville Parish Courthouse Building, Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana, Iberville Parish, between the legal hours prescribed by law, beginning at 10:00am WITH the benefit of appraisement, to the last and highest bidder on, Wednesday, December 15, 2010 the following described property, to wit:

ONE (1) CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF GROUND, TOGETHER WITH ALL THE BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF IBERVILLE, STATE OF LOUISIANA, IN THAT SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS UNIVERSITY CLUB SOUTH, AND BEING DESIGNATED ON THE OFFICIAL PLAN OF SAID SUBDIVISION, ON FILE AND RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK AND RECORDER OF SAID PARISH AND STATE, AS LOT 26, SAID SUBDIVISION, SAID LOT HAVING SUCH SIZE, SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS AND BEING SUBJECT TO SUCH SERVITUDES AS ARE SHOWN ON SAID MAP; SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS, SERVITUDES, RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND OUTSTANDING MINERAL RIGHTS OF RECORD AFFECTING THE PROPERTY.

 PROPERTY ADDRESS:  315 FACULTY DRIVE, ST. GABRIEL, LA  70776

Attorney for the Plaintiff:         DEAN MORRIS, LLP

                1505 NORTH 19TH STREET P.O. BOX 2867

                MONROE,   LA  71207-2867

                (318) 388-1440

Note to Bidders:  100% of the highest bid is due at the time of sale

To pay and satisfy the writ issued in this case, together with costs as far as same may go.

TERMS OF SALE, cash, according to law

Advertisement dates:     November 11, 2010

            December 09, 2010

Brent Allain, Sheriff

by:   DENISE J. JOHNSON

Director of Civil Dept.

Judicial Advertisement

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT         STATE OF LOUISIANA         PARISH OF IBERVILLE

October 26, 2010

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE REGISTERED HOLDERS OF GSAMP TRUST 2005-SD1, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-SD1

    vs.    Suit #   67208

ANNA JACKSON (A/K/A ANNA HOLMES JACKSON, A/K/A ANNA H. JACKSON, NOW DECEASED)

Acting under and by virtue of a WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS dated this 27TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2010, and directed to the Sheriff of Iberville, State of Louisiana, by the Honorable the 18th  Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of Iberville, in the above numbered and entitled cause, I have seized and will offer for sale at Public Auction, in the lobby of the Iberville Parish Courthouse Building, Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana, Iberville Parish, between the legal hours prescribed by law, beginning at 10:00am WITH the benefit of appraisement, to the last and highest bidder on, Wednesday, December 15, 2010 the following described property, to wit:

THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR PORTION OF GROUND, TOGETHER WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, AND ALL THE RIGHTS, WAYS, PRIVILEGES, SERVITUDES, APPURTENANCES AND ADVANTAGES THEREUNTO BELONGING OR IN ANYWISE APPERTAINING, SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF IBERVILLE, STATE OF LOUISIANA, IN THAT SUBDIVISION THEREOF KNOWN AS WEST TERRACE AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL MAP OF SAID SUBDIVISION ON FILE AND OF RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK AND RECORDER FOR THE PARISH OF IBERVILLE, LOUISIANA, AS LOTS 9 SAID LOT MEASURING 50.4 FEET FRONT ON JETSON AVE., BY A DEPTH OF 119.75 FEET ON THE OTHER SIDE AND MEASURING 50.4 FEET ACROSS THE REAR. SAID LOT IS SUBJECT TO A 10 FOOT SERVITUDE ACROSS THE REAR AND TO THE OFFICIAL SUBDIVISION RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD.

 PROPERTY ADDRESS:  58554 JETSON AVENUE, PLAQUEMINE, LA  70764

Attorney for the Plaintiff:         SHAPIRO & DAIGREPONT, LLP

                3510 N. CAUSEWAY BLVD, SUITE 600

                METAIRIE,   LA  70002

                (504) 831-7726

Note to Bidders:  100% of the highest bid is due at the time of sale

To pay and satisfy the writ issued in this case, together with costs as far as same may go.

TERMS OF SALE, cash, according to law

Advertisement dates:     November 11, 2010

            December 09, 2010

Brent Allain, Sheriff

by:   DENISE J. JOHNSON

Director of Civil Dept.

Judicial Advertisement

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT         STATE OF LOUISIANA         PARISH OF IBERVILLE

October 13, 2010

JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.

    vs.    Suit #   69456

CHRISTINA MARIE KADOR

Acting under and by virtue of a WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE dated this 28TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2010, and directed to the Sheriff of Iberville, State of Louisiana, by the Honorable the 18th  Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of Iberville, in the above numbered and entitled cause, I have seized and will offer for sale at Public Auction, in the lobby of the Iberville Parish Courthouse Building, Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana, Iberville Parish, between the legal hours prescribed by law, beginning at 10:00am WITHOUT the benefit of appraisement, to the last and highest bidder on, Wednesday, November 24, 2010 the following described property, to wit:

ONE 2004 KIA SEDONA 4DR., VIN KNDUP131546610793

Attorney for the Plaintiff:         KIZER, HOOD, & MORGAN

                2111 QUAIL RUN DRIVE

                BATON ROUGE,   LA  70808-4127

                (225) 761-0001

Note to Bidders:  100% of the highest bid is due at the time of sale

To pay and satisfy the writ issued in this case, together with costs as far as same may go.

TERMS OF SALE, cash, according to law

Advertisement dates:     November 11, 2010

Brent Allain, Sheriff

by:   DENISE J. JOHNSON

Director of Civil Dept.

Judicial Advertisement

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT         STATE OF LOUISIANA         PARISH OF IBERVILLE

October 26, 2010

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR MERRILL LYNCH MORTGAGE INVESTORS TRUST, MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-OPT1

    vs.    Suit #   69067

TIFFANY M. PETERSON

Acting under and by virtue of a WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS dated this 27TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2010, and directed to the Sheriff of Iberville, State of Louisiana, by the Honorable the 18th  Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of Iberville, in the above numbered and entitled cause, I have seized and will offer for sale at Public Auction, in the lobby of the Iberville Parish Courthouse Building, Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana, Iberville Parish, between the legal hours prescribed by law, beginning at 10:00am WITH the benefit of appraisement, to the last and highest bidder on, Wednesday, December 15, 2010 the following described property, to wit:

A CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND, TOGETHER WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS AND ALL RIGHTS, WAYS, PRIVILEGES AND SERVITUDES THEREUNTO APPERTAINING OR IN ANYWISE BELONGING, LYING, BEING AND SITUATED IN THE TOWN OF PLAQUEMINE, PARISH OF IBERVILLE, LOUISIANA, IN THE SQUARE BOUNDED BY CARROLL, MARSHALL, COURT AND PLAQUEMINE STREETS, AND FORMING A PART LOT NUMBER SEVENTY-FIVE (75) OF SQUARE NUMBER TEN (10) “JEFFERSON” AS SHOWN ON THE MAP OF THE TOWN OF PLAQUEMINE PREPARED BY MICHAEL GILL IN 1854, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK & RECORDER OF THE PARISH OF IBERVILLE, LOUISIANA, WHICH SAID LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND HERE DESCRIBED FORMS THE SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF MARSHALL AND PLAQUEMINE STREETS, AND HAS A FRONT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF PLAQUEMINE STREET OF 62.70 FEET BY A DEPTH BETWEEN SLIGHTLY DIVERGING LINES OF 80 FEET, AND WITH A WIDTH IN THE REAR OF 66.84 FEET. SAID PROPERTY IS BOUNDED ON THE NORTH OR NORTHERLY SIDE OF PLAQUEMINE STREET, ON THE SOUTH OR SOUTHERLY SIDE BY THE REMAINING PROPERTY OF A. WILBERT’S SONS LUMBER AND SHINGLE CO., ON THE WEST OR WESTERLY SIDE BY MARSHALL STREET, AND ON THE EAST OR EASTERLY SIDE BY PROPERTY NOW OR FORMERLY OF AGNES DAIGLE CLEMENT. THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED IS MORE PARTICULARLY SHOWN ON A MAP PREPARED BY E.P. HARGROVE, REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR, DATED JULY 9, 1955, WHICH SHOWS THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN, TOGETHER WITH OTHER PROPERTY LOCATED IN SAID SQUARE, A BLUE PRINT OF WHICH SAID MAP OF SURVEY IS ATTACHED TO AN ACT OF SALE OF RECORD AT C.B. 131, E. 47 OF THE CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF IBERVILLE PARISH. BEING A PORTION OF THE SAME PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY A. WILBERT’S SONS LUMBER AND SHINGLE CO., UNDER DECLARATION OF TITLE DATED JULY 6, 1920, OF RECORD IN BOOK 45, ENTRY 736, OF THE CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF IBERVILLE PARISH.

 PROPERTY ADDRESS:  58395 PLAQUEMINE STREET, PLAQUEMINE, LA  70764

Attorney for the Plaintiff:         DEAN MORRIS, LLP

                1505 NORTH 19TH STREET P.O. BOX 2867

                MONROE,   LA  71207-2867

                (318) 388-1440

Note to Bidders:  100% of the highest bid is due at the time of sale

To pay and satisfy the writ issued in this case, together with costs as far as same may go.

TERMS OF SALE, cash, according to law

Advertisement dates:     November 11, 2010

            December 09, 2010

Brent Allain, Sheriff

by:   DENISE J. JOHNSON

Director of Civil Dept.

PUBLIC HEARING

ADOPTION OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE BY THE

IBERVILLE PARISH COUNCIL

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Courthouse Building, 58050 Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana on the adoption of the following ordinance which was introduced at the Regular Meeting of the Parish Council of the Parish of Iberville, State of Louisiana, on Tuesday, October 19, 2010.  Copies of proposed entitled Ordinances are available at the Council Office, Room 202, Iberville Parish Courthouse, 58050 Meriam Street, Plaquemine, Louisiana.

ORDINANCE 1    Ordinance to Adopt the 2011 Operating and Capital Improvement Budget

                            Kirsha D. Barker, Council Clerk

                            Iberville Parish Council

                            58050 Meriam Street, P.O. Box 389

                            Plaquemine, Louisiana 70765

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance for the Public Hearing, please contact Iberville Parish Council at (225) 687-3257, describing the assistance that is necessary.   

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

CHANGE OF MEETING DATE FOR

IBERVILLE PARISH COUNCIL

THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE IBERVILLE PARISH COUNCIL SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2010 AT 6:30 P.M. HAS BEEN CHANGED TO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010 AT 6:30 P.M.

     /S/ Kirsha D. Barker

                                          Iberville Parish Council Clerk      

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance for the Council Meeting, please contact Iberville Parish Council at (225) 687-3257, describing the assistance that is necessary.                      

11/11

IBERVILLE PARISH COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010 at 6:30 P.M.

IBERVILLE PARISH COURTHOUSE, 2ND FLOOR

58050 MERIAM STREET, PLAQUEMINE, LA

AGENDA

1)     Call to Order

2)     Pledge of Allegiance  

3)     Public Comments (Must register with the Clerk)

4)     Presentations and Appearances

    A)  Bayou Plaquemine Storm Drain Project- Ms. Lauren Dwyer

5)    Reading and Approval of Minutes

6)     President’s Report

7)    Chamber of Commerce Report

8)        Financial Report

9)    Old Business

    A) Ordinance to Adopt the 2011 Operating and Capital Improvement Budget

10)    New Business

    A)  Introduction of Ordinances

    1)   Ordinance to authorize Iberville Parish Sheriff to construct equipment storage facility        at Multipurpose Center site

    2)    Ordinance to amend Section 3-9 of Iberville Parish Ordinances to modify fee          

                        schedule for impounding dogs, cats and livestock

    3)    Ordinance to Establish Weight Limits on Iberville Parish Bridges

    B)  Discuss the development of a trailer park on Castro (Butler)

    C)  Discuss getting keys to the Council Office (Butler)

11)    Resolution Committee Report

A)  Resolution to Provide a Cellular Phone Policy to Parish Council Members (Tabled from the October Meeting)

B)  Resolution Authorizing The Parish President, J. Mitchell Ourso, Jr., To Enter Into And Execute A Contract With Forte And Tablada For The Purpose Of Engineering Services For The Village Of Grosse Tete –Flood Prevention And Drain Restoration Under The Iberville Parish CDBG Disaster Recovery Infrastructure Funding As Allocated In The Recovery Proposal

C)  Resolution Authorizing The Parish President, J. Mitchell Ourso, Jr., To Enter Into And Execute A Contract With Professional Engineering Consultants Corportaion For The Purpose Of Engineering Services For The Town Of Maringouin- Channel And Drain Restoration Under The Iberville Parish CDBG Disaster Recovery Infrastructure Funding As Allocated In The Recovery Proposal

D) Resolution Authorizing The Parish President To Execute Those Documents And Agreements Required In The Submission Of The Application For Funding Of The Iberville Parish Hospital Project Under The Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-Dr) Program And Certifying That The “Urgent Need” National Policy Objective Is Being Met

12)    Boards & Commissions (Tabled from the October Meeting)

    A)  Appointment of four members to the IPRD Recreation Advisory Committee

    B)  Appointment of one member to the IPRD Board of Commissioners

13)    Correspondences   

14)    Addendum

15)     Adjournment

 Kirsha D. Barker, Council Clerk

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance for the following Council Meeting, please contact   Iberville Parish Council   at    (225) 687-3257 , describing the assistance that is necessary.                      

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