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Wednesday, January 13, 2021 Page 8 | Section A | www.sabinetoday.com PUBLIC NOTICES P ✁▲✂❈ ✥❖❚✄☎✆ The Many Planning and Zoning Commission has received a request from All Hours Fitness, Inc. to open a business at 770 Shreveport Hwy. in Many, Louisiana. This request will be consid- ered at the regular monthly meeting of the Commission on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. Amie Brown Zoning Administrator 467.20 12/23, 12/30, 1/6, 1/13 ❆✝❱✞✟✠✡☛❊☞✌✍✎ ❋✏❘ ✑■✒✓ The South Sabine Fire District will be accepting sealed bids for a CLASS- ROOM ADDITION at the Toro Fire Station, 52825 LA Hwy 191, Florien, Louisiana 71449. Contractors must be licensed, insured, and bonded. Bids can be mailed to P.O. Box 38, Florien, Louisiana 71429. Bids will be received and opened on January 18, 2021 @ 6pm at the monthly Fire Board Meeting which is open to the public. For further informa- tion contact: Chief Downs @ 318-315-1934. 472.20 12/23, 12/30, 1/6, 1/13 ✔✕✖✗✘✙✚✛ ◆✜✢✣✤✦ I Charles S. Stephenson DOC# 107374, DOB De- cember 21, 1962 currently residing in Sabine Parish, Louisiana, have applied for clemency for my conviction for Simple Burglary which occurred October 23, 1983, in Sabine Parish, Louisiana. If you have any comments or wish to communicate with the Board of Pardons, please call 225-342-5421. 481.20 12/30, 1/6, 1/13 ❙❍✧★✩✪✫➆✬ ✭✮✯✰ 21ST MORTGAGE CORP, ETAL VS NO. 070489 PHILLIP LEE JAMISON, ETAL Eleventh Judicial District Court Parish of Sabine State of Louisiana By virtue of a writ of WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE issued and to me di- rected by the honorable court aforesaid, I have ✱✲✳✴✵✶ ✷✸✹ ✺✻✼✽ ✾✿❀❁ ❂❃❄ ❅❇❉● at public auction to the last and highest bidder with the ❏❑▼◗❯❲ ❳❨ ❩❬❭❪❫❴❵❛❜❝❞❡❢ ❣❤ the principal front door of the courthouse in the City of Many, Parish of Sabine, on Wednesday, FEBRUARY 17TH, 2020 between le- gal hours, starting at 10:00 A.M. the following described property located in Sabine Parish, La: 2019 Kabco mobile home bearing serial num- bers KB0212644A19 and KB0212644B19 AND Tract 1 of 2: A 2.00 acre, more or less, tract of land located in the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SE/4 of SW/4) of Section 26, Township 9 North, Rang- er 11 West, Sabine Parish, Louisiana, more particularly described as follows: Com- mencing at the Northeast corner of the SE/4 of SW/4 of said Section 26, run South 00 06’ 39” East a distance of 176.00 feet; thence run South 00 40’ 44” East a dis- tance of 140.50 feet; thence continue South 00 40’ 44” East a distance of 235.60 to the Point of Beginning; Thence continue South 00 40’ 44” East a distance of 109.96 feet; thence run South 89 53’ 21” West a dis- tance of 26.00 feet to a ref- erence corner; thence con- tinue South 89 53’ 21” West a distance of 649.49 feet; thence run North 00 31’ 40” West a distance of 273.21 feet; thence run North 89 33’ 05” East a distance of 76.71 feet; thence run South 00 31’ 36” East a distance of 162.55 feet; thence run North 90 00’ 00” East a distance of 26.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. Tract 2 of 2: The North One-Half of two (2) Acres in a square in the Northeast corner of the South Half of the South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S/2 of the S/2 of the SW/4) of Section 26, Township 9 North, Range 11 West, Sa- bine Parish, Louisiana, be- ing the North 147.58 feet of the 2.00 acre tract of land shown on the Map of Survey dated September 25, 2018, Job No. KM02555B by Kenneth E. Murphy, P.L.S. 4676. Seized under said writ. Terms: Cash AARON MITCHELL ✐❥❦❧♠♥♦ ♣qrst✉ ✈✇①②③④⑤ ⑥⑦⑧ ⑨⑩❶❷❸❹❺❻ ❼❽❾❿➀ ➁➂➃➄➅ ➇➈➉ 005.21 1/13, 2/10 ➊➋➌➍➎➏ ➐➑➒➓➔→ IMPORTANT INFOR- MATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER Ebarb Wwks Dist #1 – Aimwell Area, N Ebarb-Bel- mont and North Ebarb Wa- ter System Failed to Take Corrective Action Following ➣↔↕➙➛➜➝➞➟➠➡➢➤ ➥➦ ➧ ➨➩➫➭➯➲ - ➳➵➸➺ ➻➼➽➾➚➪➶➹➘ On January 31, 2020, the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) performed a detailed inspection and engineering evaluation of our water system called a sanitary survey. During this sanitary survey, they ➴➷➬➮➱✃❐❒❮ ❰ÏÐ ÑÒ ÓÔÕÖ ×ØÙ - ÚÛÜÝÞßà áâãäåæçèéêë ìí îïð system. As our customers, you have a right to know what happened and what we are doing to correct this situation. According to EPA’s Ground Water Rule, we were required to correct ñòó ôõö÷øùúûü ýþÿ ✁✂✄☎✆✝ - cies) or work with the State to develop a plan to correct ✞✟✠ ✡☛☞✌✍✎✏✑✒ ✓✔✕ ✖✗✘✙✚✛✜ - cies). However, we failed ✢✣ ✤✥✦✧★✩✪ ✫✬✭ ✮✯✰✱✲✳✴✵✶ ✷✸ contact the State before the established deadline and have therefore violated a requirement of the Ground Water Rule. What should I do? There is nothing you need to do. You do not need to boil your water or take other corrective actions. If a situ- ation arises where the water is no longer safe to drink, ✹✺✻ ✼✽✾✿ ❀❁ ❂❃❄❅❆❇❈ ❉❊❋●❍■❏ 24 hours. What does this mean? This is not an emergency. If it had been an emergency, you would have been noti- ❑▲▼ ◆❖P◗❘❙ ❚❯ ❱❲❳❨❩❬ ❭❪❫❴ ❵❛❜❝❞❡❢❣❤✐ ❥❦❧♠♥♦♣ - cy has a potential to result in lack of proper treatment and oversight of the water system. Inadequately treat- ed or inadequately protect- ed water may contain dis- ease—causing organisms. These organisms can cause symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea, cramps, and threats related to your source water, we are still committed to qrst✉✈✇①②③ ④⑤⑥ ⑦⑧⑨⑩❶❷❸❹❺ ❻❼ eliminate the threat of con- tamination. What was done? We are currently working with LDH to correct these issues. This includes in- stalling a new Generator at the Negreet booster station. Most other issues found have been corrected which include mending some fence ❽❾❿➀➁ ➂➃➄ ➅➆➇➈➉➊ ➋➌➍➎ ➏➐➑ lying areas that could possi- bly hold standing water. Please share this infor- mation with all the other people who drink this wa- ter, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for exam- ple, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail. For more information, please contact Gilberto Li- mon 318-645-7722 Po box 371 Zwolle La 71486 09/22/2020 006.21 1/13 ➒➓➔→➣↔ ↕➙➛➜➝➞ - 1 - BAYOU SAN MIGUEL FIELD 21-44 and 21-45 LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVA- TION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA. In accordance with the laws of the State of Loui- siana, and with particular reference to the provisions of Title 30 of Louisiana Re- vised Statutes of 1950, a public hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, 1st Floor, LaSalle Building, 617 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 9:00 a.m. on TUESDAY, FEB- RUARY 9, 2021, upon the application of VINE OIL & GAS, LP. At such hearing the Com- missioner of Conservation will consider evidence rel- ative to the issuance of Or- ders pertaining to the fol- lowing matters relating to the Haynesville Zone, Res- ervoir A, in the Bayou San Miguel Field, Sabine Parish, Louisiana. 1. To permit the applicant to drill, designate and utilize four cross unit horizontal wells as alternate unit wells for HA RA SUN and HA RA SUS, at the locations and in the general manner shown on the plat submitted with the application, in exception to the spacing provisions of ➟➠➡ ➢➤➥➦➧➨ ➩➫➭➯➲➳ ➵➸ ➺➻➼➽ of Conservation Orders, and to provide that no portion of the perforated length of lateral in the cross unit wells should be located closer than 330’ to any unit bound- ary except for the common unit boundaries between said units. 2. To permit the operator to produce the unit allow- able for each unit from the unit well and/or the alter- nate unit wells, in any com- bination, at its discretion. ➾➚ ➪➶ ➹➘➴ ➷➬➮➱ ✃❐❒ ❮❰Ï - posed wells are necessary to ÐÑÒÓÔÕÖ×Ø ÙÚÛ ÜÝÞßàáâãäåæç drain a portion of the res- ervoir covered by each unit which cannot be so drained by any existing well within such units. èé êë ìíî ïðñò óôõö ÷øù - duction from the cross unit horizontal alternate unit wells shall be allocated to each unit in the same pro- portion as the perforated length of the lateral in each unit bears to the total length of the perforated lateral as determined by an “as drilled” survey performed after the cross unit horizon- tal well is drilled and com- pleted; provided that unit production shall continue to be shared on a surface acre basis. 5. To provide that pro- duction from each cross unit horizontal well shall be separated and metered indi- vidually and this informa- tion shall be reported in the manner prescribed by the úûüý þÿ ✁✂✄☎✆✝✞✟✠✡☛☞ ✌✍ ✎✏ ✑✒✓ ✔✕✖✗✘ ✙✚✛✜ ✢✣ - spect to each cross unit hor- izontal well, where the hor- izontal portion of the well is cased and cemented back above the top of the Haynes- ville Zone, Reservoir A, the distance to any unit bound- ✤✥✦ ✧★✩ ✪✫✬✭✮ ✯✰✱✲✳✴✵ ✶✷✸✹✺✻ be calculated based on the distance to the nearest per- foration in the well, and not based on the penetration point or terminus. 7. Except insofar as set ✼✽✾✿❀ ❁❂❃❄❅❆ ❇❈ ❉❊❋●❍■ ❏❑▲ ▼◆❖P◗❘❙❚ ❯❱ ❲❳❨❩❬ ❭❪❫ ❴❵❛ - visions of the 1513-B Series of Orders, the units creat- ed thereby and applicable Statewide Orders. 8. To consider such other matters as may be pertinent. The Haynesville Zone, ❜❝❞❡❢❣❤✐❥ ❦ ❧♠♥ ♦♣qrst ✉✈ ✇①②③④ ⑤⑥⑦ ⑧⑨⑩❶❷❸❹ ❺❻❼❽❾❿➀➁ October 28, 2008. A plat is available for in- ➂➃➄➅➆➇➈➉ ➊➋ ➌➍➎ ➏➐➑➒ ➓➔ →➣↔ - servation in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, Louisiana. http://dnr.louisiana.gov/ conshearings All parties having inter- est therein shall take notice thereof. BY ORDER OF: RICHARD P. IEYOUB COMMISSIONER OF CONSERVATION Baton Rouge, LA 12/30/20;1/5/21 S lck IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE AT THE HEARING, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF CONSERVATION-EN- GINEERING DIVISION AT P.O. BOX 94275, BATON ROUGE, LA 70804-9275 IN WRITING WITHIN TEN (10) WORKING DAYS OF THE HEARING DATE. 007.21 1/13 ↕➙➛➜➝➞➟➠➡➢➤➥➦ ➧➨➩ ➫➭➯➲ The Sabine Parish Po- lice Jury will accept sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Feb- ruary 5, 2021 at the Police ➳➵➸➺ ➻➼➽➾ ➚➪ ➶➹➘ ➴➷➬➮➱✃ Parish Courthouse, 400 S. Capitol Street, Room 101, Many, Louisiana 71449 to purchase a street broom. At that time, the sealed bids will be opened and public- ly read aloud. The bids will then be presented to the Po- lice Jury during its regularly scheduled February 17, 2021 meeting, at which time they will be reviewed for award. SEALED BIDS-HAND DELIVERED OR CERTI- FIED MAIL Sealed bids must be ei- ther hand delivered for a ❐❒❮❰ÏÐÑ ÒÓ ÔÕÖ×ØÙ ÚÛ ÜÝÞßàáâã mail, with a return receipt requested. BID FORM-BID ENVE- LOPE Bidder should bid on bidder’s letterhead, with bid signed by bidder’s rep- resentative. The sealed bid envelope should be plainly marked “Sealed Bid” show- ing the bidder’s name, bid opening date and time and “Street Broom”. REJECTION OF BIDS Any bid received after the bid closing time will be returned unopened. The Po- lice Jury reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids. EXEMPT FROM SALES TAXES All prices should be bid without any sales tax- es [Police Jury exempt by R.S.47:301(8)(c)(i), Act No. 1029, 1991 Regular Session, Louisiana Legislature]. PURCHASE ORDER RE- QUIRED Once the bid is awarded, the Police Jury will issue a Purchase Order to bind the Police Jury. PAYMENT TERMS Payments will be net 30 days after delivery and af- ter approval by the Finance Committee. SPECIFICATIONS äåæ çèéêëìíîïðñòó ôõö ÷ minimum for a new (un- used) street broom and are used only to denote the quality standard of the product desired and do not øùúûüýþÿ ✁✂✄☎✆✝ ✞✟ ✠ ✡☛☞✌✍✎✏ brand, make, manufactur- ✑✒✓ ✔✕ ✖✗✘✙✚✛✜✢✣✤✥✦ ✧★✩✪✫✬ ✭✮✯✰ ✱✲✳✴✵✶✷✸✹✺✻✼✽ ✾✿❀ ❁❂❃❄❅ used only to set forth and convey to prospective bid- ders the general style, type, character, and quality of the product desired. Equivalent products are acceptable as follows: A new (unused) street broom, equal to or better than a Broce Broom RCT- 350. Engine: Minimum 74 HP - Tier 4 Final Turbo II precleaner Extension air stack Cab: Cab with front wiper Suspension seat Heater and defroster fan Pressurized air condi- tioner Light group Amber strobe light Windshield washer West coast mirrors Chassis Equipment: 7 ½ foot front scraper blade Broom skid plates Rear bumper guards Axle: Heavy duty rear axle Broom: 8-foot poly brush Heavy duty brush core Other: Minimum 150-gallon water system with tank and wrenchless nozzles Down pressure relief valve Warranty: Minimum 12 months Manuals: Operators man- ual (one copy); shop manual (one copy) and parts manu- al, in English. DELIVERY Delivery is to be made within one hundred twenty (120) calendar days from the date of the bid award, FOB Sabine Parish, Louisiana. The bidder must guarantee delivery time in the bid. The Police Jury reserves the right to waive any infor- malities in the bidding. s/William E. Weather- ford Secretary Treasurer 008.21 1/13, 1/20, 1/27 ▼❆❇❚❈❉● ❊❋❍■❏❑▲ Many, LA 71449 January 4, 2021 1. Meeting Opening: The Parish School Board of Many, Louisiana, Sabine Parish, met in public session on January 4, 2021, at 5:30 p.m. for the regular meeting of December 14, 2020 which was postponed to this date due to Covid-19 quaran- tines, at the regular meeting place of said Board, with the following members present: Terrell Snelling, Board Pres- ident; Dr. Leah Byles, Board Vice-President; Daron Chandler; Spencer Faust; Donald Garcie; Genevieve Gordon; Kowonno Greene; Donald Remedies; and Dale Skinner. Absent: None The meeting was called to order by President Terrell Snelling. Mr. Spencer Faust ◆❖P◗❘❙ ❯❱❲ ❳❨❩❬❭❪❫❴❵❛ ❜❝❞ the Pledge of Allegiance was rendered. 2. Recognition of Visi- tors: Dr. Ebarb introduced Shelly Salter, Sabine Parish Clerk of Court, and Chasity ❡❢❣❤✐❥ ❦❧♠♥♦ ♣q rst✉✈✇① Greene. At this time, Ms. Salter instructed Mr. Greene ②③ ④⑤⑥ ⑦⑧⑨⑩ ❶❷ ❸❹❺❻ ❼❽❾ ❿➀➁ ➂➃➄➅➆➇ ➈➉➊ ➋➌➍➎➏➐➑➒ ➓➔→➣↔ ↕➙➛➜ ➝➞➟➠ ➡➢ ➤➥➦➧ ➨ ➩ ➫➭➯ - trict 4 Board Member. 3. Consent Agenda: On motion of Donald Garcie and seconded by Kowonno Greene, it was carried to approve the Con- sent Agenda as follows: A. Approve and adopt Board Meeting Minutes No- vember 9, 2020; B. Approve and adopt LA Early Leaders Academy Budget 2020-2021; C. Approve Early Child- hood Network Lead Agency Grant 2020-2021 – Revi- sion #2; D. Approve and adopt Line Item Budget Amend- ments as follows: a. Transfer $15,000 to MES Principal B&E from Sales Tax Fund 71; b. Transfer $120,000 to CHS Principal B&E from CHS primary B&E fund; and c. Transfer $46,000 to EHS Principal B&E from EHS primary B&E fund. E. Approve Consent Agenda Items 3A-3E. 4. Regular Agenda Items: A. At this time, Mrs. Shrea Mitchell asked the ➲➳➵➸➺ ➻➼➽ ➾➚➪➶➹➘➴➷➬➮➱✃ ❐❒ expulsion policy. Dr. Ebarb explains procedures of poli- cy. Kristy Brumley, Director of Student Services, explains changes in law that dictates the new policy to be voted on. On motion of Daron Chandler and seconded by Dr. Leah Byles, it was car- ried to approve and adopt ❮❰Ï ÐÑÒÓÔÕÖ×ØÙ ÚÛÜÝÞßà áâ ãäåæ reading as follows: a. JD-20 Discipline b. JDD-20 Suspension c. JDE-20 Expulsion d. BD-20 School Board Policy e. JDF – (New) Virtual Discipline B. At this time, the Board discussed what items are placed on the Consent Agen- da. No action was taken. C. On motion of Daron Chandler and seconded by Dale Skinner, it was carried to enter into Executive Ses- sion to discuss investigative proceedings regarding alle- gations of misconduct pur- suant to LA. R.S. 43:17(A) (4). No action was taken. On motion by Donald Garcie and seconded by Kowonno Greene, it was carried to exit Executive Session. 5. Superintendent’s Re- port: Informational only. 6. Adjournment: There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. Terrell Snelling, Presi- dent ATTEST: Sara P. Ebarb, EdD, Su- perintendent 009.21 1/13 çèéêëìí îïðñòóô VILLAGE OF FLORIEN MINUTES January 04, 2021 Mayor Jones and Alder- persons of the Village of Florien met in regular ses- sion on January 04, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Eddie Jones, Jr., Alderman Bradley Marr (via Virtual Meeting), Alderwoman Tan- ja Charles, Alderwoman Su- zanne Williams, Anna Fer- guson, Clerk, Geri Alford, Treasurer (via Virtual Meet- ing), Herman Love, Chief of Police and Allie Sparks, Tax Collector (via Virtual Call). Absent: Kelvin Matthews, Street Commissioner PUBLIC DISCUSSION: None MEETING CALLED TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 5:03 p.m. Prayer õö÷ øùúûüý þÿ ✁✂✄☎✆✝✞ ✟✠✡ the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Charles. The agenda was approved on a motion by Williams and seconded by Charles, mo- tion carried by all. CONSENT CALENDAR The consent calendar was presented as follows: min- utes of the previous meet- ing- December 7, 2020; the ☛☞✌✍✎✏✑✒ ✓✔✕✖✗✘ ✙✚ ✛✜✢ ✣✤✥✦ - surer-line item by peach tree accounting along with trans- fers; budget compared to ac- tual expenditure and receiv- ables; the Marshall’s report; payment of outstanding ✧★✩✪✫ ✬✭✮✯✰✱✲✳ ✴✵ ✶✷✸✹✺✻✼✽ ✾✿ payments; tax commission- er’s report; street commis- sioner’s report; and Water Department report, the con- sent calendar was adopted on a motion by Williams, seconded by Charles, mo- tion carried by all. OLD BUSINESS: None NEW BUSINESS: The Penalty Abatement on behalf of Allstate Insur- ance Companies (LAMATS) was approved on a motion by Charles and seconded by Williams, motion carried by all. The hiring of Trace Foote ❀❁ ❂❃❄❅❆❇❈❉❊ ❋●❍■❏❑ ▲▼◆❖P pending Physiological Eval- uation and drug screen was approved on a motion by Williams and seconded by Charles motion carried by all. The donation of a 2011 White Crown Vic from the ◗❘❙❚❯❱ ❲❳❨❩❬❭ ❪❫❴❵❛❜❝❞ ❡❢ - partment was accepted on a motion by Marr and sec- onded by Charles motion carried by all. Mayor and Council dis- cussed whether to keep or dispose of the 2010 Black Crown Vic. All council mem- bers agreed to keep the 2010 Crown Vic in service. Mayor and Council re- viewed the quotes for re- placing the Civic Center and City Hall roofs with shingles. The quote of $5,875.00 for City Hall and $9,150.00 for Civic by Stewart Builders was accepted on a motion by Williams and seconded by Charles, motion carried by all. A discussion was made on replacing or repairing the lift station generator on West Port Arthur. A motion was made by Williams, sec- onded by Charles to replace the lift station generator once FEMA has assessed the damages. Motion carried by all. Replacement of the water well Generator was tabled There was no further business therefore the meet- ing adjourned on a motion by Charles, duly seconded by Williams, motion carried by all. Meeting adjourned at 5:31 p.m. The next regular sched- uled council meeting will be held on February 01, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. ATTEST: (S) Anna Ferguson Anna Ferguson, Clerk (S)Eddie Jones, Jr. Eddie Jones, Jr., Mayor 010.21 1/13 ❣❤✐❥❦❧♠♥♦♣qrs t✉✈ ✇①②③ INVITATION TO BID SEALED BIDS TO IN- STALL AND APPLY COAT- ING SYSTEM/LINER ON Continued on Page 10

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