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NOTICE OF FORFEITURE 1987 FORD RANGER GREEN IN COLOR, VIN# 1FTCR14A2HPA42541 HAS BEEN IN CONTINUOUS STORAGE AT BIG WHEEL, 42241 S MORRISON BLVD., HAMMOND, LA. 70403 SINCE JULY 19, 2018 WITH AN ADJUSTED STORAGE DATE OF AUGUST 16, 2018. IF ALL CURRENT CHARGES ARE NOT PAID AND TRUCK NOT CLAIMED BY OWNER BY OCTOBER 6, 2018 A PERMIT TO SELL OR DISMANTLE MAY BE OBTAINED. SEPTEMBER 14, 21, 2018 18-09-71
WHEREABOUTS Anyone knowing the whereabouts of someone with the name of MARVIN HART, please contact Jessica C. Ledet, (225) 222-4191. SEPTEMBER 20, 21, 22, 2018 18-09-103
NOTICE Garrett Ward, his heirs, successors and/or assigns THIS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IS NOTIFICATION THAT YOUR RIGHTS OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY LOCATED IN PONCHATOULA, LOUISIANA DESCRIBED BELOW MAY BE TERMINATED BY OPERATION OF THE LAW IF YOU DO NOT TAKE FURTHER ACTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW. 0.36A 0.58A IN SEC 39 T7SR7E B174 P283 LESS E 50 FT SOLD B224 P61 LESS 25 FT SOLD B300 P190 B619 P209 ACQ 2000 TAX B919 P624 Improvements thereon bear Municipal No. 14485 Wadesboro Rd., Ponchatoula, LA 70454 Tax sale title to the above described property has been sold for failure to pay taxes. You have been identified as a person who may have interest in this property. Your interest in the property will be terminated if you do not file a lawsuit in accordance with law within 60 days of the date of this notice. SEPTEMBER 14, 21, 2018 18-09-73
WHEREABOUTS Anyone knowing the whereabouts of someone with the name of JAMES WOLFREY, please contact Renee S. Raborn Molland, Attorney at Law, P.O.Box 811, Amite, Louisiana 70422 or call (985) 748-8045. SEPTEMBER 19, 20, 21, 2018 18-09-85
HIGH/LOW RAISE YOUR GLASS, L.L.C. dba THE NIGHT OWL BAR & LOUNGE is applying to the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control of the State of Louisiana for a permit to sell beverages of high and low alcohol content at retail in Tangipahoa Parish at the following address: The Night Owl Bar & Lounge 1073 W Railroad Ave. Suite A Independence, LA 70443 Angie Vicknair, Owner September 20, 21, 2018 18-09-107
MINUTES TANGIPAHOA PARISH SCHOOL BOARD Tuesday, August 28, 2018 Members present Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar Meeting called to order at 5:05 PM 1. OPENING ITEMS A. Pledge of Allegiance (All veterans and active military, please render the proper salute) Miss Amira Griffin led the Pledge of Allegiance. B. Patriotic Song Miss Victoria Hart sang "The Star Spangled Banner". C. Roll Call D. Consider approval of Board minutes of August 7, 2018 Motion to approve as presented. Motion by Tom Tolar, second by Sandra Bailey-Simmons. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar 2. AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS A. Recognize high schools that participated in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Ms. Lisa Fussell, Career and Technical Coordinator, presented plaques to District high schools for participating in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. Those high schools are as follows: Loranger High School - 16 years; Independence High Magnet School - 16 years; Hammond High Magnet School - 10 years and Kentwood High Magnet School - 16 years. B. Recognize Mr. Shelby P. LaSalle, Jr and Mr. William Joubert with the Young Entrepreneurs Academy - Northshore Superintendent Melissa Stilley welcomed and recognized Mr. Shelby P. LaSalle, Jr. and Mr. William Joubert with the Young Entrepreneurs Academy. They gave a brief summary of the program. Mr. LaSalle stated that 20 Tangipahoa Parish students graduated the program this year. He introduced Miss Maggie Tilyou, a Hammond High Magnet School junior, who explained her journey through this program. C. Recognize Beacon Light Baptist Church Algebra Camp Participants Ms. Sandra Bailey-Simmons recognized Rev. Dennis Hebert with Beacon Light Baptist Church, which held an Algebra Camp this summer for over 40 students. Rev. Hebert gave a brief report of the Camp's success. 3. CONSIDER COMMITTEE REPORTS A. Personnel Committee - August 28, 2018 Motion to approve. Motion by Walter Daniels, second by Andy Anderson. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar (The official adopted minutes have been placed in the Board Minute Archives and/or placed on the TPSS website: https://www.boarddocs.com/la/tpss/Board.nsf/public ) Superintendent Melissa Stilley recognized Ms. Lisa Fussell, newly appointed Director of Academics; Mr. Michael Kyles, newly appointed Principal at Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet School; Ms. Felicia Jones, newly selected Assistant Principal at O.W. Dillon Elementary School and Ms. Margaret Milazzo, newly selected Assistant Principal at D.C. Reeves Elementary School. 4. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORTS AND/OR RECOMMENDATIONS A. Consider approval to refer policy JGCF - Behavioral Health Services For Students to the Policy Committee Motion to approve. Motion by Tom Tolar, second by Sandra Bailey-Simmons. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar Mr. Brett Duncan requested clarity from Administration on the development the consent process that would pull a student out of core classes. B. Updates Superintendent Stilley reviewed the Eureka Math page on the TPSS website with the audience which contains study resources, videos, modules, tutorials and much more to assist parents in helping their child with homework. She has been working across departments and schools to align with the District goals, and she has developed a District Leadership Organizational Chart, plus departmental charts. These charts will be posted on the website for stakeholders and will be hyperlinked for easy access to individual emails plus contact phone numbers. Superintendent Stilly reported the Amite area schools will conduct their Active Shooter Training this Thursday and the Hammond area schools will be next Thursday, thereby completing the training for the September 6th deadline. She informed the Board the Virtual School Information night would be held tomorrow night from 6:00-7:30 p.m., beginning with the STEM and Career Academy for the home school population, and following will be the Tangi Fast4ward Academy for high school students at risk which will be held on Thursday night from 6:00-7:30 p.m. She reported Administration is working with the Transportation Department to focus on substitute drivers and are looking into finding a solution for this problem. She stated a specific plan is in the works to assist hired non-certified teachers acquire certification. Mr. Duncan thanked Superintendent Stilley for the new organizational chart and complimented her on the way she structured the inverted chart, with the School Board at the bottom and the students at the top. He also was glad to see her goals attached to agenda items on the online BoardDocs program 5. OTHER BOARD ACTIONS A. Report on the 2018 Southern Regional Conference Board President Therese Domiano gave an update on the 2018 Southern Regional Conference held in Biloxi, MS on July 22-24, 2018, which she, Walter Daniels, Rose Dominguez and Andy Anderson attended, therefore earning the mandated CLU’s as required by Louisiana Revised Statue 17:53, Act 705 for the year 2018, which are hereby entered into the official Board minutes. 6. PUBLIC INPUT A. Public Input Mr. Mack McCraney spoke in Public Input. 7. PERSONAL PRIVILEGE A. Board Member Comments Mr. Tom Tolar congratulated Ms. Lisa Fussell on her new position as Director of Academics. He also congratulated her husband for Sumner High Football team defeating Kentwood High Football team, which also was the first game using their new scoreboard. Mr. Walter Daniels congratulated everyone on their promotions and thanked the Superintendent for the appointments. Ms. Bailey-Simmons stated she has a caller who was excited about what was going on in the School System. She stated she is thrilled about the new crossing light to be installed at the Loranger schools. Mr. Andy Anderson echoed thoughts on the crossing lights and is very happy to make the Loranger campuses safe. Ms. Betty Robinson congratulated all the personnel promoted tonight. 8. LITIGATION Motion to enter into Executive Session to consider the cases of Betty Page, et al vs. Berkeley Insurance Company, et al; Robin Henderson, et al vs. TPSB and Ja'Rod Pool vs. TPSB. Motion by Andy Anderson, second by Betty Robinson. Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar A. Consider the case of Betty Page, et al vs. Berkeley Insurance Company, et al, 21st JDC, No. 2017-0001343, Division B Motion to adopt counsel’s recommendation on Items A and B. Motion by Brett K Duncan, second by Betty Robinson. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow, Tom Tolar B. Consider the case of Robin Henderson, et al vs. TPSB, et al, No. 2017-0000416, 21st JDC, Division B C. Consider the case of Ja'Rod Pool vs TPSB, TAPC170079L CAS There was no action on this item. There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned. (7:21 PM) Therese Domiano, Board President Melissa M. Stilley, Secretary-Treasurer Wednesday, August 29, 2018 Generated by Cynthia Jenkins 18-09-90 SEPTEMBER 21, 2018
AGENDA North Oaks Health System Board of Commissioners Meeting September 26, 2018 3:00 p.m. Board Room I. Call to Order: Ron S. Macaluso, J.D., Chairman; Ann Carruth, DNS, RN, Vice-Chairperson; Robert Barsley, DDS, JD; Blake Daniels; Terry Harper; Joycelyn Lee, RPh; Roger Navarra II. Approval of Minutes A. Board of Commissioners: August 13, 2018 B. Board of Commissioners: August 22, 2018 III. Public Input IV. Management Reports A. North Oaks Health System: Michele K. Sutton, President/CEO of NOHS B. North Oaks Physician Group: Percival Kane, Administrator/CAO V. Medical Staff Reports A. North Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital: Cynthia Willingham, MD/Medical Director 1. Quality Council Update 2. Medical Staff Applications 3. Advanced Practitioner Applications B. North Oaks Medical Center: Robert Kidd, MD/Chief-of-Staff 1. Quality Council Update 2. Medical Staff Applications 3. Advanced Practitioner Applications VI. Finance Committee A. Dashboard Review/Financial Report B. Capital Equipment Requests C. Unfinished Business D. New Business VII. Building Committee A. Inhouse Projects B. Outsourced Projects C. Unfinished Business D. New Business VIII. Unfinished Business IX. New Business X. Executive Session XI. Confirm Date of Next Board Meeting: October 24, 2018 – 3:00 p.m. – Board Room XII. Adjourn SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 18-09-128
PUBLIC NOTICE Village of Tickfaw PUBLIC HEARING October 9, 2018 4:45 pm AGENDA Call to Order Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call 1. Discuss repealing of Ordinances 146/151/161 ADJOURNMENT SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 18-09-104
CITY OF HAMMOND ORDINANCE No. 18-5568 C.S. An ordinance to amend the City of Hammond budget for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 in accordance with the procedures set within Section 5-03 of the City of Hammond charter. BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of Hammond, Louisiana, that: The above and foregoing ordinance having being duly submitted to the Hammond City Council in writing; introduced at a public meeting on August 28, 2018 of the Hammond City Council and discussed at a public meeting held on September 11, 2018; after motion and second was submitted to the official vote of the Hammond City Council. On motion by Councilman Jason Hood and Second by Councilwoman Janice Carter Beard the foregoing ordinance was hereby declared adopted on September 11, 2018 by the following roll call vote: Votes: Johnny Blount (Y), Jason Hood (Y), Janice Carter Beard (Y), Lemar Marshall (Y), Mike Williams (Y). Motion Approved 5-0 WHEREFORE the above and foregoing ordinance was declared duly adopted on this 11th Day of September in the year 2018, at Hammond, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. /s/Johnny E. Blount President, Hammond City Council /s/Pete Panepinto Honorable Mayor City of Hammond /s/Tonia Banks Clerk, Hammond City Council SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 18-09-112
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