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e Banner-Tribune, Franklin, La., Wednesday, December 30, 2020, Page 7 LEGALS V.B. GLENCOE CHARTER SCHOOL SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION V. B. Glencoe Charter School Board will hold an election for a Business/Community Leader vacancy on the Board of Directors at the January 25, 2021 meeting. If you are interested in applying, you may send a letter of intent to 4491 LA Hwy 83, Franklin, 70538, E-mail to ldecuir@ vbglencoecharter.org , or fax to 337-923-6942 by January 22, 2021. Advertised December 30, 2020 & January 13, 2021 CITY OF FRANKLIN NOTICE OF INTRODUCTION NOTICE OF INTRODUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following entitled ordinances were introduced at a Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the City of Franklin, on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 and laid over for publication of notice: Ordinance #3407 - An ordinance establishing the water rates to be assessed as a monthly charge to all residents and customers receiving water services from the City of Franklin, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana, with said income to be utilized for construction, renovation and operation of the City of Franklin’s water system, or for any public purpose, de ning the same; providing for billings to said resident and customers; and repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in con ict herewith. Ordinance #3408 – An ordinance amending Chapter 18 Section 18-8(e) and Chapter 18 Section 18-8(g) of the Franklin City Code. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the Mayor and Council will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at six (6:00) o’clock p.m. at the Council Room of City Hall, 300 Iberia Street, Franklin, Louisiana, to consider nal adoption of the aforesaid ordinances. Ordinances can be viewed in full at City Hall - 300 Iberia St., Franklin, Monday – Thursday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm. CITY OF FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA /s/ EUGENE P. FOULCARD, MAYOR /s/ Karen LeBlanc Clerk of the Council Advertise Banner-Tribune December 30, 2020 CIVIC SOURCE ADJUDICATED PROPERTY SALE ST. MARY PARISH GOVERNMENT ADJUDICATED PROPERTY SALE ADVERTISEMENT BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME BY THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, I WILL SELL, AT CIVICSOURCE.COM, WITHIN THE LEGAL HOURS FOR JUDICIAL SALES BEGINNING AT 8:00 O’CLOCK A.M ON THE 6th DAY OF JANUARY, 2021 AND CONTINUING UNTIL SAID SALES ARE COMPLETED, TITLE TO IMMOVABLE PROPERTY ON WHICH TAXES WERE ADJUDICATED TO THE ST. MARY PARISH GOVERNMENT, TO ENFORCE COLLECTION OF TAXES. THE NAMES OF SAID DELINQUENT TAX DEBTORS AND THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR EACH OF THE PROPERTIES TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS: TILLMAN MANUEL 108 SORRELL LANE 1, SORRELL, LA TAXES OWED ARE WITH THAT CERTAIN LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND, LYING AND BEING SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF ST. MARY, STATE OF LOUISIANA, AT WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE VILLAGE OF SORREL, AND BEING KNOWN, DESIGNATED AND DESCRIBED AS LOT FIVE (5) IN SQUARE TWO (2) OF MILLING’S ADDITION TO SAID VILLAGE, AS PER MAP AND PLAN OF SURVEY BY V. E. SMITH, CIVIL ENGINEER, DULY RECORDED IN THE RECORDS OF ST. MARY PARISH, LOUISIANA. 1905041043.00 ON THE DAY OF SALE I WILL SELL THE PROPERTY TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. THE SALE WILL BE WITHOUT APPRAISEMENT, FOR CASH OR OTHER PAYMENT METHODS ACCEPTABLE TO THE TAX COLLECTOR, IN LEGAL TENDER MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES, AND A NON-WARRANTY CASH SALE CERTIFICATE SHALL BE ISSUED TO THE PURCHASER FOR THE PROPERTY. Advertised December 30, 2020 ST. MARY PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE MELANCON LEGAL NOTICE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT PARISH OF ST. MARY STATE OF LOUISIANA Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Not in its Individual or Banking Capacity, but Solely as Trustee on Behalf of the Lake Country Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-HE1 Vs. No. 135191 Div “E” Twila Perera Melancon A/K/A Twila P. Lapoint, Individually and as Administratrix of the Succession of James S. Melancon- Deceased TAKE NOTICE, that by virtue of Order of Seizure and Sale issued out of the Honorable 16th Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of St. Mary, and to me directed, in the above numbered and entitled suit, I have seized the following mentioned and described property, to wit: THAT CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, LYING AND BEING SITUATED IN THE PARISH OF ST. MARY, STATE OF LOUISIANA, OUTSIDE OF THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF FRANKLIN, FRONTING ON WHAT IS KNOWN AND REFERRED TO AS THE CHATSWORTH ROAD, AND BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS LOT NO. FOUR (4), ON A PLAT SHOWING SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION OF PROPERTY OF RICHARD BECNEL MADE BY HOWARD C. FENSTERMAKER, JR., C.E., OF DATED JUNE 30, 1953, WHICH PLAT IS DULY RECORDED IN THE CONVEYANCE RECORDS OF THE PARISH OF ST. MARY, STATE OF LOUISIANA, IN BOOK 8-1 OF CON. AT ENTRY # 86,815 AND TO WHICH MAP REFERENCE IS HERE MADE, THE SAME AS THOUGH SAID MAP WERE ATTACHED HERETO AND PARAPHED “NE VARIETUR” HEREWITH, SAID LOT HAS A FRONT OF 80 FEET ON THE CHATSWORTH ROAD AND RUNS BACK BETWEEN PARALLEL LINES OF DISTANCE OF 150’ FEET TO LANDS OF RICHARD BECNEL IN THE REAR, BOUNDED ON THE FRONT OR EAST BY THE SAID CHATSWORTH ROAD, WEST AND SOUTH BY REMAINING LANDS OF RICHARD BECNEL, AND NORTH BY LOT NO. THREE (3), SHOWN ON SAID PLAT, NOW THE PROPERTY OF RICHARD BECNEL. LESS AND EXCEPT: THAT CERTAIN TWENTY (20’) FOOT BY TWENTY (20’) FOOT PARCEL OF LAND AS SHOWN ON A “PLAT SHOWING PROPERTY TO BE ACQUIRED FROM LANCE J. POIMBOUEF, ET AL BY ST. MARY PARISH LOCATED IN SEC. 62, T14S-49E, ST. MARY PARISH, LA” PREPARED BY ALFRED L. REAUX, L.S., REG. NO. 3158, DATED DECEMBER 3, 1987, AND THAT CERTAIN TEN (10’) FOOT BY TWENTY (20’) FOOT PARCEL AS SHOWN ON A “PLAT SHOWING PROPERTY TO BE ACQUIRED FROM LANCE J. POIMBOEUF, ET AL BY ST. MARY PARISH, LOCATED IN SEC. 62, T14S- R93E, ST. MARY PARISH, LA”, PREPARED ALFRED L. REAUX L.S. REG. NO. 3153 AND DATED MARCH 1, 1991, WHICH PLAT IS ATTACHED HERETO AND MADE A PART HEREOF; subject to restrictions, servitudes, rights-of-way and outstanding mineral rights of record a ecting the property. to satisfy the sum of FOURTEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED FORTY AND 97/100 ($14,240.97) DOLLARS, and deferred principal of $575.06 with interest thereon on 10.070% per annum from February 12, 2018, until paid; all expenses incurred in enforcing the note and mortgage including reasonable attorney’s fees; if/ as applicable, such other or additional amounts incurred or advanced for taxes, insurance premiums, special assessments, repairs to and/ or maintenance of the property, for the protection, preservation, repair and recovery of the property, for the protection and preservation of the lien of the mortgage, for the protection and preservation of the mortgagee’s interest thereunder, and other amounts provided by the mortgage and applicable law, such as late charges, escrow advances for the payment of taxes and insurance corporate advances, property appraisals, inspections fees, prior attorney fees and expenses, abstract and title charges, NSF charges, attorney fees and expenses, and other charges which plainti is permitted to prove by veri ed petition, veri ed supplemental petition, or a davit led or submitted before distribution by the sheri of the proceeds of the judicial sale herein; and all law charges, fees and expenses incurred in connection or relating to this proceeding including without limitation sheri ’s commission, sheri ’s costs, court costs all as permitted by the note or mortgage being enforced by this proceeding and all costs of this proceedings as well as all sheri ’s cost and commission. All successful bidders must have cash, cashier’s check or a veri able letter of credit in favor of said bidder from a solvent bank, savings and loan association or other such nancial institution authorized to do business in the state of Louisiana and full payment must be made on the date of sale. Letter must state that money is available on the date of sale. I shall expose the same at public sale, for Cash, according to law with appraisement to the last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the Court House in the Parish of St. Mary, Town of Franklin, Louisiana, on Wednesday, the 27th day of January A.D., 2021, between the legal hours commencing at 10 0’Clock A.M. Sheri ’s O ce Parish of St. Mary, La. Thursday, the 3rd day of December A.D., 2020 BLAISE W. SMITH, SHERIFF By: Torrie Chatman Deputy Sheri Advertised in the Franklin Banner on December 30, 2020 and January 20, 2021 CGDD1 DEC. 14 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MINUTES OF THE ST. MARY PARISH CONSOLIDATED GRAVITY DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 1 The regular meeting of the St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No. 1 was held on Monday December 14, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. at the Drainage District O ce in Franklin, Louisiana. The following were: PRESENT Chad Gianfala – President Donnie Coots – Vice-President Cleveland Jackson – Secretary-Treasurer Earlon Arnaud – Board Member J.P. Hebert, Jr – Board Member Lamonika Dwyer – Board Member Alton Broussard, Jr. – Board Member Harry Ponti – Supervisor Ti any Blanchard – O ce Manager ABSENT GUEST The minutes of the regular meeting held on Monday, November 9, 2020 were approved as written with a motion made by Mr. Earlon Arnaud and seconded Mr. Alton Broussard, Jr. Motion carried. After a review of the Pro t & Loss YTD report a motion was made by Mr. Earlon Arnaud, Jr. and seconded by Mr. Cleveland Jackson. Motion carried. A motion was made by Mr. J.P. Hebert, Jr. and seconded by Mr. Lamonika Dwyer that the invoices as per the Bills Paid Prior Month report dated November 2020 be approved for payment. Motion carried. Supervisor Ponti gave the supervisor report for the month of November. A discussion was held in regards for the approval of the Atmos Bill for the Hanson Gas Line. A motion was made by Mr. J.P. Hebert, Jr to make the payment and seconded by Mr. Donnie Coots. Motion carried. A motion was by Mr. Earlon Arnuad and seconded by Mr. Lamonika Dwyer to approve the Substantial Completion of the Equipment Shed. Motion carried. A motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Mr. Lamonika Dwyer and seconded by Mr. Earlon Arnaud. Motion carried. CLEVELAND JACKSON SECRETARY-TREASURER CHAD GIANFALA PRESIDENT Advertised December 30, 2020 ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY NOTICE REC. DIST. NO. 6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the St. Mary Parish Council in accordance with law that a vacancy exists on the Board of Commissioners of Recreation District No. 6. The St. Mary Parish Council will receive applications for the lling of this vacancy from this date until January 21, 2021 at Noon. Quali cations for submitting of an application will be in compliance with Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, Section 33:4564. Applications may be mailed or personally submitted Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and Noon and 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to Lisa C. Morgan, Clerk of the Council, Fifth Floor Courthouse, Franklin, Louisiana 70538. The St. Mary Parish Council will meet in regular session on January 27, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Meeting Room, Fifth Floor Courthouse, and Franklin, Louisiana to ll this vacancy. ADVERTISE: December 30, 2020 and January 13, 2021 ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY NOTICE WATER & SEWER 4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the St. Mary Parish Council in accordance with law that a vacancy exists on the Board of Commissioners of St. Mary Parish Water and Sewer Commission No. 4. The St. Mary Parish Council will receive applications for the lling of this vacancy from this date until January 21, 2021 at Noon. Quali cations for submitting of an application will be in compliance with Chapter 24-A Title 33 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, Section 33:7832 and 7833. Applications may be mailed or personally submitted Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and Noon and 1:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to Lisa C. Morgan, Clerk of the Council, Fifth Floor Courthouse, Franklin, Louisiana 70538. The St. Mary Parish Council will meet in regular session on January 27, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Meeting Room, Fifth Floor Courthouse, and Franklin, Louisiana to ll this vacancy. ADVERTISE: December 30, 2020 and January 13, 2021 ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 2242 ORDINANCE NO. 2242 An Ordinance adopting the 2021 Combined Budgets of Revenues and Expenditures for the Parish of St. Mary, State of Louisiana. BE IT ORDAINED, by the St. Mary Parish Council, that the following 2021 Combined Budgets of Revenues and Expenditures are hereby adopted and that all amounts appropriated for all accounts shall not exceed the amounts xed therefor in the Budget of Expenditures; the Administration shall notify the Council within 30 days of a budget account uctuation of ve percent (5%) below revenues or ve percent (5%) over in expenditures and the necessary budget amendments shall be made: GENERAL FUND FUND 001 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $1,150,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3100. TAXES 3,520,000 3200. LICENSES & PERMITS 721,500 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 1,492,500 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS FOR SERVICES 368,425 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 335,796 3700. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 144,860 3800. OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 2,280,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 8,863,081 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 10,013,081 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 6,787,963 4100. PUBLIC SAFETY 542,786 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE 808,141 4500. CULTURE & RECREATION 816,670 4850. OTHER FINANCING USES 550,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 9,505,560 FUND BALANCE ENDING $507,521 WITNESS FEE FUND FUND 020 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $80,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS FOR SERVICES 50,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 50,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 130,000 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 61,500 TOTALANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 61,500 FUND BALANCE ENDING $68,500 JUROR COMPENSATION FUND FUND 030 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $180,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS FOR SERVICES 50,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 50,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 230,000 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 25,000 4850. OTHER FINANCING USES 50,000 TOTALANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 75,000 FUND BALANCE ENDING $155,000 GAMING RECEIPT FUND FUND 101 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $500 Anticipated Revenues: 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS 1,400,000 FOR SERVICES TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 1,400,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 1,400,500 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 2,145 4100. PUBLIC SAFETY 95,000 4850. OTHER FINANCING USES 1,296,851 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 1,393,996 FUND BALANCE ENDING $6,504 ROAD CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE FUND 102 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $150,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 5,491,780 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 11,000 3700. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 55,000 3800. OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 200,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 5,757,780 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 5,907,780 Anticipated Expenditures: 4200. PUBLIC WORKS 3,714,164 4850. OTHER FINANCING USES 2,163,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 5,877,164 FUND BALANCE ENDING $30,616 SANITATION FUND 108 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $710,942 Anticipated Revenues: 3100. TAXES 2,200,000 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 126,159 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS 1,358,000 FOR SERVICES 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 11,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 3,695,159 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 4,406,101 Anticipated Expenditures: 4100. PUBLIC SAFETY 195,351 4200. PUBLIC WORKS 2,113,650 4300. HEALTH AND WELFARE 76,159 4850. OTHER FINANCING USES 1,988,385 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 4,373,545 FUND BALANCE ENDING $32,556 BOAT LANDING PERMIT FUND FUND 111 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $162,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3200. LICENSES & PERMITS 20,000 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS 29,050 FOR SERVICES 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 2,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 51,050 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 213,050 Anticipated Expenditures: 4500. CULTURE & RECREATION 107,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 107,000 FUND BALANCE ENDING $106,050 WARDS 5 & 8 SALES TAX FUND 125 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $548,236 Anticipated Revenues: 3100. TAXES 240,000 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 3,500 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 243,500 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 791,736 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 4,300 4100. PUBLIC SAFETY 10,000 200. PUBLIC WORKS 69,000 4500. CULTURE & RECREATION 163,450 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 246,750 FUND BALANCE ENDING $544,986 WARDS 1,2,3,4,7, & 10 SALES TAX FUND 129 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $388,041 Anticipated Revenues: 3100. TAXES 360,000 3600. USE OF MONEY & PROPERTY 2,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 362,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 750,041 Anticipated Expenditures: 4000. GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1,000 4100. PUBLIC SAFETY 50,523 4200. PUBLIC WORKS 140,000 4300. HEALTH AND WELFARE 4,000 4500. CULTURE & RECREATION 170,243 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 365,766 FUND BALANCE ENDING $384,275 FAIRVIEW TREATMENT CENTER FUND 154 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 -0- Anticipated Revenues: 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE $2,067,991 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS 600 FOR SERVICES TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 2,068,591 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 2,068,591 Anticipated Expenditures: 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE 2,068,591 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES $2,068,591 FUND BALANCE ENDING -0- FAIRVIEW PATIENT FEE FUND FUND 155 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $8,000 Anticipated Revenues: 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS 2,000 FOR SERVICES TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 2,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 10,000 Anticipated Expenditures: 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE -0- TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES -0- FUND BALANCE ENDING $10,000 CLAIRE HOUSE FUND FUND 156 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 -0- Anticipated Revenues: 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE $579,363 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 579,363 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 579,363 Anticipated Expenditures: 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE 579,363 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES $579,363 FUND BALANCE ENDING -0- 16TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ST. MARY PARISH DRUG COURT FUND 157 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 -0- Anticipated Revenues: 3300. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE $450,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 450,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 450,000 Anticipated Expenditures: 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE 450,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES $450,000 FUND BALANCE ENDING -0- 16TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ST. MARY PARISH DRUG COURT FEE FUND – FUND 158 A Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 -0- Anticipated Revenues: 3400. FEES, CHARGES, & COMMISSIONS FOR SERVICES 4,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUES 4,000 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 4,000 Anticipated Expenditures: 4300. HEALTH & WELFARE 3,000 TOTAL ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES 3,000 FUND BALANCE ENDING $1,000 JOB READINESS PROGRAM FUND 162 Estimated beginning balance 1/1/21 $533 More on Page 8

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