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See Reduced Minimum Bid - Priced to Sell FOR SALE: Wheelchair Accessible Buses 2012 FORD F-550, Vin # 3FRNF6FA9BV422630, it is has a diesel engine, and almost 111,000 miles. The bus is in great working condition mechanically. All maintenance is logged and kept on file. It has 13 seats including the driver seat, 4 additional seats if wheelchair lift is not used, 2 wheelchair base with interior wheelchair lift that is in great condition. The front and rear A/C blows cold and the heater blower works great. The bus appraises for $32,000. Reference Bid Number: 20180070 2012 FORD F-550, Vin # 1FDGF5GT4CEA22337, it is has a diesel engine, and almost 134,000 miles. The bus is in great working condition mechanically. All maintenance is logged and kept on file. It has 13 seats including the driver seat, 4 additional seats if wheelchair lift is not used, 2 wheelchair base with interior wheelchair lift that is in great condition. The front and rear A/C blows cold and the heater blower works great. The check engine light is on. Reference Bid Number: 20180076 DEADLINE FOR BID IS AUGUST 23rd, 2018! To inspect the vehicle - Please call Sharon Jacob, Transportation Director at 985-345-6269 ext. 147 to make an appointment. Bids may be submitted by email to bids@options4u.org or by sealed envelope to 19362 West Shelton Rd, Hammond, LA 70401. On August 24th, the bids will be opened and the vehicle will be awarded to the highest bidder. (Reference minimum bid listed below. The act of sale must be completed no later than August 31st, 2018. Minimum bid is $9,800. Procedures: * All bids received through the mail or in person will be given to CEO without opening. Email bids will not be opened until August 24th. Be sure to include reference bid number. * On August 24th, 2018, CEO and CFO will open all bids both sealed and emailed and record the name and bid amount of all bids in an excel spreadsheet. * Name of highest bidder will be given to Transportation Director as soon as bids are recorded. Transportation Director will immediately contact highest bidder and make arrangements to complete the sale by August 31st. * If for some reason, the highest bidder is unable to complete the sale by the required deadline, the vehicle will be awarded to the next highest bidder and the new bidder will be required to complete the sale within five business days. AUGUST 15, 2018 18-08-63

MINUTES TANGIPAHOA PARISH SCHOOL BOARD - SPECIAL Wednesday, August 1, 2018 Members present Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow Member absent Tom Tolar Meeting called to order at 6:35 PM 1. OPENING ITEMS A. Pledge of Allegiance (All veterans and active military, please render the proper salute) Mr. Andy Anderson led the Pledge of Allegiance. B. Roll Call C. Consider approval of Board minutes of July 18, 2018 Motion to approve as presented. Motion by Betty Robinson, 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 2. CONSIDER COMMITTEE REPORTS A. Personnel Committee - August 1, 2018 Superintendent Melissa Stilley recognized Ms. Mary Beth Crovetto, the newly selected principal for Ponchatoula Junior High School. Board President Therese Domiano recognized former Board member Al Link and his wife, Rose. Motion to approve. Motion by Walter Daniels, second by Rose Dominguez. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow (The official adopted minutes have been placed in the Board Minute Archives and/or for viewing on the TPSS website: https://www.boarddocs.com/la/tpss/Board.nsf/public ) 3. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORTS AND/OR RECOMMENDATIONS A. Discuss and consider the GradeResults, Inc. Agreement Superintendent Stilley stated she's had many meetings with the GradeResults to discuss concerns about academics. She reported this virtual school is for grades 9 through 12 and believes it is an opportunity for some students to be a part of this. She feels comfortable about the accountability of this program. She stated Mr. Bret Schnadelbach, Chief Financial Officer, and Mr. Chris Moody, Board Attorney, reviewed and revised the contract and the School System can move forward on this endeavor. Superintendent Stilley requested the Board to approve GradeResults, Inc. as a pilot program. Motion to approve. Motion by Andy Anderson, 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 B. Consider approval of the 2019 Graduation Dates Several Board member expressed their concern about having Amite High School's graduation on a Saturday evening. Superintendent Stilley stated she would look into this matter with the principal. Motion to approve. Motion by Mike Whitlow, 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 C. Consider approval to refer revisions to policy BCBD - Agenda Preparation and Dissemination to the Policy Committee Motion to approve. Motion by Rose Dominguez, second by Brett K Duncan. Final Resolution: Motion Carries Yea: Andy Anderson, Sandra Bailey-Simmons, Walter Daniels, Therese Domiano, Rose Dominguez, Brett K Duncan, Betty Robinson, Mike Whitlow D. Miscellaneous Information Superintendent Stilley stated during her 6th week of superintendency she has met with employees returning to work, attended the Principal's Retreat. This week she welcomed all new teachers at the New Teacher Orientation workshop held at Central Office and reviewed her goals and vision with them. All Pre-K teachers and paras attended workshops at Amite Elementary School, while assistant principals and disciplinarians met at SLU Kiva Center. She invited the Board members to the Back To School Rally to be held on Tuesday, August 7th, 8:00 a.m. at the SLU University Center that will kick off the school year. She reported that all buddies’ assignments are complete and she met with her District Planning team today. 4. PERSONAL PRIVILEGE A. Board Member Comments Ms. Bailey-Simmons stated the Back to School Bash at Hammond Westside Montessori School was a great success. She encouraged Superintendent Stilley to keep doing what she is doing and she is hearing nothing but positive comments on her. Ms. Domiano expressed her excitement about the children coming back to school after having a safe summer. She also commented how she loved the welcome sign for the new teacher’s workshop that was placed on Central Office's grounds. 5. LITIGATION A. Consider the case of Joyce M. Moore vs. TPSB, USDC, Eastern District of Louisiana, No. 65-15556, Section B(1) There was no action on this item. Motion to enter into Executive Session to discuss the case of Joyce M. Moore vs. TPSB. Motion by Andy Anderson, 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 There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned. (7:57 PM) Therese Domiano, Board President Melissa M. Stilley, Secretary-Treasurer Thursday, August 2, 2018 Generated by Cynthia Jenkins 18-08-60 AUGUST 15,2018 18-08-60

MINUTES Town of Independence 583 West Railroad Ave Independence, La 70443 Special Meeting July 24, 2018 6:30 P.M. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. Roll Call was read by Assistant Town Clerk Julie Peterson. Present was Aldermen Larry Car daro ne lla, Jim Pain e, Calvin Batiste , Luke Suarez and Jimmy Gregory. Quorum was present. 3. Prayer was led by M r. Butch Jackson. 4. Pledge was led by Police Chief Frank Edwar ds. 5. There was public input on the matter of the Independence High School (Principal Chastity Collier) 6. New Business A. M s. Chastity Collier, Prin cipal of the Independence High School was present. She discussed the benefits of being a small school and the career path options that they off er . Independence High School is the only school that has a certified drafter on staff. The carpentry team won p t place at ABC Carpentry compet it ion . There has been a culinary program added. Mr. Larry Holland spoke of the need to have band and the need for technical programs. Ms. Alexa Hookfin spoke of the problems with schedules that som et imes make it impossible to add some programs. Ms. Robin Abrams was present and stated that parents need to be involved to help our stu dents. M s. Janice Holland spoke of how the community needs to adopt st udents. B. The matter of Anthony Baglio will be discussed at the end of Old Business 7. Old Business A. A motion was made by Jimmy Gre gory, seconded by Jim Paine to adopt Ordinance #2018-1038 which is the Zoning Ord inance (for property by old Dollar General). Voting to adopt was as fo llows : YEAS : Larry Car daronella, Ji m Pa ine, Calvin Batiste , Luke Suar ez, Jimmy Gregory NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Voting to adopt was passed unanimously. B. A motion was made by Jim Paine , seconded by Luke Suarez to adopt Ordinance #2018- 1039, which is the Water Shut Off ordinance . Voting to adopt was as follows: YEAS: Larry Cardaronella, Luke Suarez, Jim Paine, Jimmy Gregory, Calvin Batiste NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Motion to adopt was passed unanimously. C. A motion was made by Jimmy Gregory, seconded by Larry Cardaronella to grant approval to give Mayor Mannino permission to sign the donation for the Dileo property. Voting to grant Mayor Mannino permission to sign any paperwork pertaining to accepting the donation was as follows: YEAS: Larry Cardaronella, Luke Suarez, Jim Paine, Jimmy Grego ry, Calvin Batiste NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Motion to give permission to Mayor Mannino to sign paperwork pertaining the donation was passed unanimously . A motion was made by Larry Cardaronalla, seconded by Jimmy Gregory to go into executive session. Voting was as follows: YEAS: Larry Cardaronella, Luke Suarez, Jim Paine, Jimmy Gregory, Calvin Batiste NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Voting to go into Executive Session was passed unanimously. A motion was made by Calvin Batiste , seconded by Luke Suarez to go back into Regular Session. Voting was as follows: YEAS : Larry Cardaronella, Luke Sua rez, Jim Paine , Jimmy Gregory , Calvin Batiste NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Voting to go back into Regular Session was passed unanimously. A motion was made by Jimmy Gregory, seconded by Jim Pa in e to follow the advice of Atty . LeAnne Malnar on the matter of Anthony Baglio. Voting to follow the advice of Town Atty. Malnar was as follows: YEAS: Larry Cardaronella , Luke Sua rez, Jim Paine, Jimmy Gregory, Calvin Batiste NAYS: None ABSENT: None ABSTAINED: None Voting to follow advice of counsel was passed unanimously. REMARKS : No remarks were made Meeting adjourned . /s/Angelo Mannino, Mayor /s/Julie Peterson Asst. Town Clerk AUGUST 15, 2018 18-08-56

WHEREABOUTS Anyone knowing the whereabouts of someone with the name of Leroy Garrett, please contact Renee S. Raborn Molland, Attorney at Law, P.O.Box 811, Amite, Louisiana 70422 or call (985) 748-8045. AUGUST 15, 16, 17, 2018 18-08-74

MINUTES TANGIPAHOA MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICT #1 REGULAR MEETING, JUNE 13, 2018 The regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners, of the Tangipahoa Mosquito Abatement District #1, was held on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 5:45 p.m. at the District Office, 15483 Club Deluxe Road, Hammond, LA. Bruce Caliva, Chairman, called the meeting to order. Roll call was as follows: Bruce Caliva – present Sunny Ryerson – present Deek DeBlieux – present Adrien Wells - absent Philip Graziano Jr. - present Bill Wheat – present Pete Jones - present Also Present: Douglas Curet, Colby Colona, Dennis Wallette, and Cheri Vining. Amend the October 25, 2017 Meeting Minutes Mr. Wells is now in attendance. Mr. DeBlieux made a motion to amend the October 25, 2017 meeting minutes to clarify that the position of assistant director was discussed and created when the budget was approved and the position of entomologist would not be funded for 2018. The assistant director would be a dual role (assistant director/entomologist) and would be effective January 1, 2018. Mr. Wheat seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Mr. Caliva – yea, Mr. DeBlieux – yea, Mr. Graziano – yea, Mr. Jones – abstain, Ms. Ryerson – yea, Mr. Wells – yea, and Mr. Wheat – yea. Motion passed. Approval of Minutes from May 8, 2018 meeting Ms. Ryerson made a motion to accept the May 8th meeting minutes. Mr. DeBlieux seconded the motion. Motion passed – all yeas, no nays. Discuss and Adopt Revised Personnel Manual Mr. Wheat made a motion to accept the change recommendations from the Director to eliminate the rule regarding election service statement, transportation to work statement and to include in the personnel manual that the District has a vehicle use policy and that a form will be provided by the Director to each applicable employee to sign. Mr. DeBlieux seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Mr. Caliva – yea, Mr. DeBlieux – yea, Mr. Graziano – yea, Mr. Jones – yea, Ms. Ryerson – yea, Mr. Wells – yea, and Mr. Wheat – yea. Motion passed. Further discussion continued. Ms. Ryerson made a motion to accept the personnel manual with the corrections, amendments and revisions that had been previously discussed by the Board. Mr. Wells seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Mr. Caliva – yea, Mr. DeBlieux – yea, Mr. Graziano – yea, Mr. Jones – abstain, Ms. Ryerson – yea, Mr. Wells – yea, and Mr. Wheat – yea. Motion passed. Discuss and Adopt Board Policy Regarding Excess Leave Mr. Jones made a motion to adopt the Board Policy for Payment for Excess Leave as presented. Mr. DeBlieux seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Mr. Caliva – yea, Mr. DeBlieux – yea, Mr. Graziano – yea, Mr. Jones – abstain, Ms. Ryerson – yea, Mr. Wells – yea, and Mr. Wheat – yea. Motion passed. Approve Official Journal Mr. Wheat made a motion to accept the proposal from the Daily Star to serve as the District’s official journal. Mr. Graziano seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Mr. Caliva – yea, Mr. DeBlieux – yea, Mr. Graziano – yea, Mr. Jones – abstain, Ms. Ryerson – yea, Mr. Wells – yea, and Mr. Wheat – yea. Motion passed. Discuss Banking Services The District’s current banking contract expires December 31, 2018. Mr. Wallette will advertise for bids in September and bring bid information to the October regularly scheduled meeting for the Board to review. Program Update Ms. Colona provided the surveillance report. To date, the District has submitted just under 700 mosquito pool samples for testing. We have one positive mosquito pool for the West Nile virus. There have been 14 positive mosquito pools within the state of Louisiana to date. Mr. Wallette provided his report. Work on the annual audit was completed last week. They will return one other day next week to finalize. The new chemical tank for the airplane was received today. All surplus items auctioned through GovDeals were reviewed. Mr. Wallette recently received certification from the Train the Trainer program sponsored by the American Mosquito Control Association. Also, Mr. Wallette has been elected to the Southeastern Louisiana University Alumni Board of Directors. Ms. Ryerson made a motion to adjourn. Mr. Jones seconded the motion. Motion passed – all yeas, no nays. ATTEST: /s/Bruce Caliva, Chairman /s/Deek Deblieux, Secretary /s/Cheri Vining, Recording Secretary Tangipahoa Mosquito Abatement District #1 AUGUST 15, 2018 18-08-61

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Tangipahoa Parish School System has rescheduled the Board meeting of August 21, 2018 to August 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., at the Central Office, 59656 Puleston Road, Amite, LA 70422. MELISSA M. STILLEY Superintendent AUGUST 15, 2018 18-08-62

WHEREABOUTS Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Alden D. Darouse, please contact Allen Harvey, Attorney at Law, 201 NW Railroad Ave., Suite 303, Hammond, LA 70401, 985-634-9568. AUGUST 14, 15, 16, 2018 18-08-54

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed Bids for the construction of “Sidewalk Improvements – FY 2018 for Hammond Area Recreation District No. 1” will be received by the Board of the Hammond Area Recreation District No. 1 at the at the District Board Room, 19325 Hipark Boulevard, Hammond, Louisiana, until 10:00 a.m. (CDT) Friday, August 24, 2018, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. The Project consists of: Installation of about 1,450 SY of P.C. Concrete Sidewalks; removal and relocation of about 1,300 LF of existing chainlink fencing and gates; and related work as called for on the drawings, indicated on the Bid Form, or reasonably implied. Bids will be received for a single prime Contract. Bids shall be on a unit price basis as indicated in the Bid Form. The Issuing Office for the Bidding Documents is: Spangler Engineering, LLC; 214 Southwest Railroad Avenue; Hammond, LA 70403; (985) 542-8665; Webb M. Anderson, P.E.; webb@spanglerengineering.com. Prospective Bidders may examine the Bidding Documents at the Issuing Office between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Monday-Thursday), and 8:00 am – 12 noon (Friday), and shall obtain copies of the Bidding Documents from the Issuing Office as described herein. Bidding Documents may also be examined at the District board room, 19325 Hipark Boulevard, Hammond, Louisiana; Hammond, LA 70403. Printed copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Issuing Office during the hours indicated above upon payment of a deposit of $40.00 for each set. Bidders who return full sets of the Bidding Documents in good condition (suitable for re-use) within ten (10) days after receipt of Bids (September 4, 2018) will receive a full refund ($40.00). Non-Bidders, and Bidders who obtain more than one set of the Bidding Documents, will receive a refund of $20.00 for documents returned in good condition within the time limit indicated above. Checks for Bidding Documents shall be payable to “Spangler Engineering, LLC”. Upon request and receipt of the document deposit indicated above the Issuing Office will transmit the Bidding Documents via delivery service. The date that the Bidding Documents are transmitted by the Issuing Office will be considered the Bidder’s date of receipt of the Bidding Documents. Partial sets of Bidding Documents will not be available from the Issuing Office. Neither Owner nor Engineer will be responsible for full or partial sets of Bidding Documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other than the Issuing Office. A pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 am (CDT) on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at the District board room, 19325 Hipark Boulevard, Hammond, Louisiana; Hammond, LA 70403. Attendance at the pre-bid conference is highly encouraged but is not mandatory. Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Owner: Hammond Area Recreation District No. 1 By: Jason Hood Title: CHAIRMAN Date: 25 July 2018 July 25, 2018 and August 1, 8, 15, 22, 2018 18-07-148