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Wednesday, July 21, 2021 www.sabinetoday.com | Page 11 | Section A PUBLIC NOTICES ❆ ❱✁✂❚✄☎✁❊✁✆❚ ❋✝✂ ✥✄ ☎ The Sabine Parish Po- lice Jury will accept sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., July 28, 2021 at the Police Jury ✞✟✠✡ ☛☞ ✌✍✡ ✎✏✑☛☞✡ ✒✏✓☛✔✍ Courthouse, 400 S. Capitol Street, Room 101, Many, Louisiana 71449 to purchase an engine driven roadside ditcher. At that time, the sealed bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. The bids will then be presented to the Police Jury during its regularly scheduled August 18, 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 ✓✡✠✡☛✕✌ ✖✓ ✗✏☛✘✡✙ ✏✔ ✠✡✓✌☛✚✡✙ 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 “Roadside Ditcher”. 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- ✡✔ ✛✒✖✘☛✠✡ ✜✢✓✣ ✡✤✡✗✕✌ ✑✣ R.S.47:301(8)(c)(i), Act No. 1029, 1991 Regular Session, ✦✖✢☛✔☛✏☞✏ ✦✡✧☛✔✘✏✌✢✓✡★✩ 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. GENERAL ✪✍✡ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✔ ✍✡✓✡☛☞ state the minimum require- ments of the Sabine Parish Police Jury. All bids must be regular in every respect. Un- authorized conditions, lim- itations, or provisions shall be cause for rejection. The Sabine Parish Police Jury may consider as “irregular” or “non-responsive”, any bid not prepared and submitted in accordance with the bid ✙✖✠✢✗✡☞✌✔ ✏☞✙ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏ - tion, or any bid lacking suf- ✚✠☛✡☞✌ ✌✡✠✍☞☛✠✏✘ ✘☛✌✡✓✏✌✢✓✡ to enable the Sabine Parish Police Jury to make a rea- sonable determination of ✠✖✗✕✘☛✏☞✠✡ ✌✖ ✌✍✡ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏ - tion. It shall be the bidder’s responsibility to carefully examine each item of the ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✩ ✫✏☛✘✢✓✡ ✌✖ ✖✬✡✓ a completed bid or failure to respond to each section of ✌✍✡ ✌✡✠✍☞☛✠✏✘ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞ will cause the proposal to be rejected, without review, as “non-responsive”. All variances, exceptions, and/ or deviations shall be fully described in the appropriate ✔✡✠✌☛✖☞✭ ✙✡✠✡☛✌ ☛☞ ✓✡✔✕✖☞✙ - ☛☞✧ ✌✖ ✌✍✡ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞ ✮☛✘✘ be cause for rejection. INTERPRETATIONS In order to be fair to all bidders no oral interpreta- tions will be given to any bidder as to the meaning ✖✯ ✌✍✡ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✔ ✙✖✠✢ - ments or any part thereof. Every request for consider- ation shall be made in writ- ing to the Sabine Parish Po- lice Jury. Based on written inquiry the Sabine Parish Police Jury may choose to issue an Addendum in ac- cordance with Local Public Contract Laws. SPECIFICATIONS ✪✍✡ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✔ ✏✓✡ ✏ minimum for a new (un- used) engine driven road- side ditcher and are used only to denote the quality standard of the product desired and do not restrict ✑☛✙✙✡✓✔ ✌✖ ✏ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠ ✑✓✏☞✙✰ make, manufacturer, or ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞ ☞✏✗✡✙✭ ✔✏☛✙ ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✔ ✏✓✡ ✑✡☛☞✧ 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) engine driven roadside ditcher equal to or better than a Maddock Model 160 Ditch- er. General: 102 inches wide in the transport position. 50-gallon fuel tank. 25-gallon hydraulic tank Engine: Minimum of 165 horsepower diesel engine. Control Panel: Electric operator controls for the hy- draulic functions. 6-way joystick control provides control of the boom and carriage cylinders allowing boom to raise and lower, left-right movement of the boom carriage, and manual control of the head tilt function. Heavy Duty Cutter Head: Replaceable tungsten car- bide tipped cutter bits. Cutter head is kept level through the use of a Sun- strand automatic level con- troller. Ditching Capabilities: ✱✢✌✔ ✏ ✲✳✔☛✙✡✙✰ ✴✏✌✳✑✖✌✌✖✗ ditch that is sixteen (16) inches wide at the base. Capable of cutting up to 27 inches deep in one pass. Maximum cut depth must be a minimum of sixty (60) inches below the base of the road. Moving the cutter head right or left using the car- riage control does not change the cutting depth. Outreach from the right side of the machine to the center of the ditch must be at least eighty-four (84) inches. One hundred and twenty (120) inch extended reach. Warranty: The engine driven roadside ditcher shall be warranted against defects in materials and workman- ship for a period of not less than one year from date of delivery with unlimited hours of use. Training: Manufacturer ✔✍✏✘✘ ✯✢✓☞☛✔✍ ✵✢✏✘☛✚✡✙ ✕✡✓ - sonnel to instruct operators and service technicians on operation and maintenance of unit purchased under this ✔✕✡✠☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞✩ ✶✕ ✌✖ ✯✖✢✓ hours of training in the cor- rect use and maintenance of the unit will be given at time of delivery. Manufacturer shall furnish one (1) copy of the owner’s manual and one (1) copy of the operator’s manual at time of delivery. DELIVERY Delivery is to be made within three hundred (300) calendar days from the date of the bid award, FOB Sa- bine Parish, Louisiana. The bidder must guarantee de- livery 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 290.21 7/7, 7/14, 7/21 ✆✝❚✄■✁ ✝❋ ☎P✁■✄❆✷ ✁✷✁■❚✄✝✆☎ Pursuant to the provi- sions of a resolution adopt- ed by the Police Jury of the Parish of Sabine, State of Louisiana (the “Governing Authority”), acting as the governing authority of (i) the Parish of Sabine, State of Louisiana and (ii) Road Dis- trict No. 4, Ward 7 of Sabine Parish, Louisiana (the “Par- ish and District”), on April 21, 2021, NOTICE IS HERE- BY GIVEN that special elec- tions will be held within the Parish and District on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021, and that at the said elections there will be sub- mitted to all registered vot- ers in the Parish and District ✵✢✏✘☛✚✡✙ ✏☞✙ ✡☞✌☛✌✘✡✙ ✌✖ ✲✖✌✡ at the said elections under the Constitution and Laws of the State of Louisiana and the Constitution of the United States, the following propositions, to-wit: PARISHWIDE PROPO- SITIONS PROPOSITION NO. 1 OF 2 (LIBRARY TAX RENEW- AL) Shall the Parish of Sa- bine, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”), continue to levy ✏ ✔✕✡✠☛✏✘ ✌✏✤ ✖✯ ✚✲✡ ✏☞✙ ✚✲✡ hundredths (5.05) mills on all the property subject to taxation in the Parish (an estimated $1,161,000 rea- sonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2022 and ending with the year 2031, for the pur- pose of the administration, improvement, operation, maintenance and support of the Sabine Parish Library and its branches, including the costs of any capital im- provements thereto? PROPOSITION NO. 2 OF 2 (HEALTH UNIT TAX RENEWAL) Shall the Parish of Sa- bine, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”), continue to levy a special tax of one (1) mill on all the property subject to taxation in the Parish (an estimated $229,900 reason- ably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2022 and ending with the year 2031, for the purpose of operation, administration, support and maintenance for the Sabine Parish Health Unit, including the costs of any capital improvements thereto? ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4, WARD 7 PROPOSITION (TAX CONTINUATION) Shall Road District No. 4, Ward 7 of Sabine Parish, Louisiana (the “District”), continue to levy a thirteen and eighty-eight hundredths (13.88) mills tax on all the property subject to taxation within the District (an esti- mated $311,650 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, be- ginning with the year 2022 and ending with the year 2031, for the purpose of constructing, improving, maintaining and/or repair- ing public roads and bridg- es in the District, includ- ing ditching and drainage therefor and purchasing equipment therefor, said millage to represent a one and thirty-two hundredths mills (1.32) increase (due to reappraisal) over the 12.56 mills tax authorized to be levied through the year 2021 pursuant to an election held on November 2, 2010? Said special election for the Parish of Sabine will be held at each and every poll- ing place in the Parish of Sa- bine, which polls will open at seven o’clock (7:00) a.m. and close at eight o’clock (8:00) p.m., in accordance with the provisions of La. R.S. 18:541. Said special election for Road District No. 4, Ward 7 of Sabine Parish will be held at the polling places at the following precincts of the District which polls will open at seven o’clock (7:00) a.m. and close at eight o’clock (8:00) p.m., in accordance with the provi- sions of La. R.S. 18:541, to wit: PRECINCTS 9-1 9-2(PART) 9-3(PART) The polling places at the precincts in the Parish and District are hereby designat- ed as the polling places at which to hold the said elec- tion, and the Commission- ers-in-Charge and Commis- sioners, respectively, shall be those persons designated according to law. The estimated cost of the Parish of Sabine election as determined by the Secre- tary of State based upon the provisions of Chapter 8-A of Title 18 and actual costs of similar elections is $40,000. The estimated cost of Road District No. 4, Ward 7 of Sabine Parish election as determined by the Secre- tary of State based upon the provisions of Chapter 8-A of Title 18 and actual costs of similar elections is $7,000. Notice is further given that a portion of the monies collected from the taxes de- scribed in the Propositions shall be remitted to certain state and statewide retire- ment systems in the manner required by law. The said special election will be held in accordance with the applicable pro- visions of Chapter 5 and Chapter 6-A of Title 18 of the Louisiana Revised Stat- utes of 1950, as amended, and other constitutional and statutory authority, and the ✖✟✠✡✓✔ ✏✕✕✖☛☞✌✡✙ ✌✖ ✍✖✘✙ the said election, as provid- ed in this Notice of Special Election, or such substitutes therefor as may be selected and designated in accor- dance with La. R.S. 18:1287, will make due returns there- of to said Governing Author- ity, and NOTICE IS HERE- BY FURTHER GIVEN that the Governing Authority will meet at its regular meeting place, the Police Jury Room of the Courthouse, 400 Cap- itol Street, Many, Louisiana, on WEDNESDAY, NO- VEMBER 17, 2021, at NINE O’CLOCK (9:00) A.M., and shall then and there in open and public session proceed to examine and canvass the returns and declare the re- sult of the said special elec- tion. All registered voters of the Parish and District are entitled to vote at said spe- cial election and voting ma- chines will be used. THUS DONE AND SIGNED at Many, Louisi- ana, on this, the 21st day of April, 2021. ATTEST: /s/ Richard M. McCormic President /s/ William E. Weather- ford Secretary-Treasurer 306.21 7/21, 7/28, 8/4, 8/11 ❲✸✁✂✁❆✥✝❯❚☎ Anyone knowing the whereabouts of the follow- ing: HEIRS, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS OF ROB- ERT D. HAMMACK, SR., HEIRS, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS OF DOLORES COUMES HAMMACK, ROBERT HAMMACK or WILLIAM HAMMACK please contact Christopher M. Sylvia, Attorney at Law, ✒✖✔✌ ✞✟✠✡ ✹✖✤ ✺✻✼✰ ✽✏☞✣✰ Louisiana 71449, 318-431- 5009. 307.21 7/21, 7/28 ❆ ❱✁✂❚✄☎✁❊✁✆❚ ❋✝✂ ✥✄ ☎ Sabine River Authority – State of Louisiana 15091 Texas Highway Many, LA 71449 Separate sealed Bids for Sabine River Authority of Louisiana - Sabine Riv- er Diversion Canal Capital Bond Project No. 18 – Canal Bridges Repairs, MA Project No. H1-18085-DA, will be received at the headquarters ✖✟✠✡ ✖✯ ✌✍✡ ✎✏✑☛☞✡ ✾☛✲✡✓ Authority – State of Loui- siana until 11:00 A.M., on August 18, 2021, and then at said time and at said of- ✚✠✡ ✕✢✑✘☛✠✘✣ ✖✕✡☞✡✙ ✏☞✙ read aloud. Work consists of construction of various canal bridge piling and tim- ber repairs for Sabine River Diversion Canal Bridges 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 18, and 19 all in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. ✿✖✓❀ ✱✘✏✔✔☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞❁ Heavy Construction, Mu- nicipal and Public Works, or Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction Electronic copies of the Bidding Documents may ✑✡ ✖✑✌✏☛☞✡✙ ✯✓✖✗ ✌✍✡ ✖✟✠✡ of Meyer & Associates, Inc. (337) 625-8353, located at 600 N. Cities Service Hwy., Sulphur, LA 70663. A Bid- ding Document deposit is not required. In order to submit a bid, Bidders must obtain an original set of electronic Bidding Docu- ments from Meyer & Associ- ates, Inc.. The CONTRACT DOCU- MENTS may be examined at the following locations: Meyer & Associates, Inc. 600 Cities Service Hwy. Sulphur, LA 70663 Sabine River Diversion ✞✟✠✡ 2365 E. Napoleon Sulphur, LA 70663 There is no available ac- cess to electronic bidding and there is no approved electronic bid website. /s/ Jimmy Foret, Jr., Chairman 308.21 7/21, 7/28, 8/11 ❊✁✁❚✄✆● ❊✄✆❯❚✁☎ Village of Fisher, May 10, 2021 The regularly scheduled Monthly Business Meeting of the Mayor and Village Council for the Village of Fisher, Louisiana, in Accor- dance with the Governor’s Covid- 19 safe Guidelines was called to order at 6:00 P.M. this 10th day of May 2021, by Chief Lamar Thom- as. Presiding was the Hon- orable Susan C. Slay. The In- vocation was given by Mayor Slay. Other’s present were as follows: Council Mem- ber Johnnie Maxie, Council Member Edwina Thomas, Council Member Amy John- son, Lt. DeWayne Nall, and clerk Ruthann Nall. The Mayor presented an Agenda for this meet- ing. Following a discussion Council Member Thomas made a motion to adopt the Agenda. A second was made by Council Member Maxie. The Mayor called for a vote. A vote was taken and the motion was passed. Motion carried unanimously. The Minutes from the meeting of March 8, 2021 was read by clerk Ruthann Nall. Council Member John- son made a motion and was seconded by Council Mem- ber Thomas to accept the minutes as read. Motion carried unanimously. ✪✍✡ ✚☞✏☞✠☛✏✘ ✔✌✏✌✡✗✡☞✌✔ were reviewed. Council Member Thomas made a motion and was seconded by Council Member Max- ☛✡ ✌✖ ✏✠✠✡✕✌ ✌✍✡ ✚☞✏☞✠☛✏✘ statements. Motion carried unanimously. New or Old Business 1. The Town and Water Budget for 2020-2021 was reviewed and amended. Council Member Johnson made a motion and was sec- onded by Council Member Thomas to accept and adopt the Amended Town and Wa- ter budgets for 2020-2021. Motion carried unanimous- ly. The projected Town and Water budgets for 2021- 2022 was reviewed and dis- cussed and the new Project- ed budgets was present to the Council. Council Mem- ber Johnson made a motion and seconded by Council Member Thomas to adopt the new Projected Budgets for the Town and Water. Motion carried unanimous- ly. 2. The mayor asked the Council if anyone would like to go to the Conference in Leesville and all replied no. 3. Cell Tower rent was discussed. Council Member Johnson made a motion and was second by Council member Maxie to table this discussion until another date giving the town Lawyer more time to check into the ✘✡✏✔✡ ✖✬✡✓ ✗✏✙✡ ✑✣ ✦✖✧✏☞ with Unison. The Mayor called for the discussion of any additional Old or New Business. There were no responses. The Mayor called for a motion for Adjournment. A Motion for Adjournment was made by Council Member John- son. This Motion was sec- onded by Council Member Maxie. The Mayor called for a vote. A vote was taken and this Motion for Adjourn- ment was passed. Motion carried unanimously. This Monthly Business Meeting of the Mayor and Village Council for the Village of Fisher, Louisiana was ad- journed at 6:26 P.M. this 10th day of May, 2021, until the next regularly scheduled or special meeting. The next regularly scheduled Month- ly Business Meeting will be held on Monday, June 14, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. 309.21 7/21 ❊✁✁❚✄✆● ❊✄✆❯❚✁☎ Village of Fisher, June 14, 2021 The regularly scheduled Monthly Business Meeting of the Mayor and Village Council for the Village of Fisher, was called to order at 6:00 P.M. this 14th day of June 2021, by Chief Lamar Thomas. Presiding was the Honorable Susan C. Slay. The Invocation was given by Chief Thomas. Other’s pres- ent were as follows: Council Member Johnnie Maxie, Council Member Edwina Thomas, Council Member Amy Johnson and clerk Ruthann Nall. The Mayor presented an Agenda for this meet- ing. Following a discussion Council Member Thomas made a motion to adopt the agenda. A second was made by Council Member Maxie. The Mayor called for a vote. A vote was taken and the motion was passed. Motion carried unanimously. The Minutes from the meeting of May 10, 2021 was read by clerk Ruth- ann Nall. Council Member Maxie made a motion and was seconded by Council Member Thomas to accept the minutes as read. Motion carried unanimously. ✪✍✡ ✚☞✏☞✠☛✏✘ ✔✌✏✌✡✗✡☞✌✔ were reviewed. Council Member Thomas made a motion and was seconded by Council Member Max- ☛✡ ✌✖ ✏✠✠✡✕✌ ✌✍✡ ✚☞✏☞✠☛✏✘ statements. Motion carried unanimously. New or Old Business 1. The cell Tower was discussed. Council Member Johnson made a motion and was Second by Council Member Thomas against the ✘✡✏✔✡ ✖✬✡✓ ✗✏✙✡ ✑✣ ✶☞☛✔✖☞✩ Motion carried unanimous- ly. 2. Council Member John- son made a motion and was Second by Council Member Thomas to keep the Sabine ❂☞✙✡✤ ✏✔ ✌✍✡ ❃☛✘✘✏✧✡❄✔ ✞✟ - cial Journal. Motion carried unanimously. The Mayor called for the discussion of any addition- al Old or New Business. There were no responses. The Mayor called for a mo- tion for Adjournment. A Motion for Adjournment was made by Council Mem- ber Thomas. This Motion was seconded by Council Member Maxie. The Mayor called for a vote. A vote was taken and this Motion for Adjournment was passed. Motion carried unanimous- ly. This Monthly Business Meeting of the Mayor and Village Council for the Vil- lage of Fisher, Louisiana was adjourned at 6:18 P.M. this 14th day of June, 2021, until the next regularly scheduled or special meeting. The next regularly scheduled Month- ly Business Meeting will be held on Monday, July 12, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. 310.21 7/21 ✆✝❚✄■✁ Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Article IV, Sec- tion 21(D)(1) of the Lou- isiana Constitution, that on July 8, 2021, Entergy Louisiana, LLC (“ELL”), an electric public utility pro- viding retail electric service ✌✖ ✠✢✔✌✖✗✡✓✔ ☛☞ ✚✯✌✣✳✡☛✧✍✌ (58) parishes of the State ✖✯ ✦✖✢☛✔☛✏☞✏✰ ✚✘✡✙ ✮☛✌✍ ✌✍✡ Louisiana Public Service Commission (“LPSC”) its Application of Entergy Lou- ☛✔☛✏☞✏✰ ✦✦✱ ✯✖✓ ✱✡✓✌☛✚✠✏✌☛✖☞ to Deploy Natural Gas-Fired Distributed Generation and Authorization to Implement Rider UODG (“Applica- tion”). Through the Appli- cation, ELL seeks to make available Rider UODG to provide eligible customers a voluntary option to partici- ✕✏✌✡ ☛☞ ✏☞ ✖✬✡✓☛☞✧ ✌✍✏✌ ✮☛✘✘ allow ELL to deploy compa- ☞✣ ✖✮☞✡✙ ✧✏✔✳✚✓✡✙ ✧✡☞✡✓ - ators on to customer sites. The generators will provide automatic backup power to the host customer during outages and during all other times be available to ELL to dispatch to the distribution grid. Host customers will be charged for backup electric service provided by the on- site generators, as more ful- ly set forth in Rider UODG. For questions and com- ✗✡☞✌✔ ✓✡✧✏✓✙☛☞✧ ❅✦✦❄✔ ✚✘ - ing, please call the LPSC toll free at (800) 256-2397. ❇✙✙☛✌☛✖☞✏✘✘✣✰ ✌✍✡ ✚✘☛☞✧✰ ☛☞ - cluding its attachments may be viewed in the Records Division of the LPSC at the following address: Records Division 602 N. 5th Street, 12th Floor Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 Telephone: (225) 342- 3157 ENTERGY LOUISIANA, LLC 311.21 7/21 ☎✸✁✂✄❋❋➆☎ ☎❆✷✁

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