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					                         ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT
                                     P. O. Box 170
                             Port Allen, Louisiana 70767-0170
                                                                            Phone (225) 387-2249
                                                                            Fax (225) 387-4742

                                                                                      May 2, 2012

A Regular Board Meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee
District was held at the Office of the Board in Port Allen, Louisiana at 3:00 p.m., Wednesday,
May 2, 2012. President John Grezaffi called the meeting to order. Mrs. Janice Jarreau called the
roll. The following members were present:

         COMMISSIONER                          PARISH
         Glenn Angelle                         Iberia
         Gerald Alexander                      Ascension
         Cory Chustz                           West Baton Rouge
         Bill Flynn                            West Baton Rouge
         John Grezaffi                         Pointe Coupee
         Daniel Hebert                         Iberville
         Karen Jewell                          Iberville
         Stephen Juge                          Pointe Coupee
         Moise LeBlanc                         St. Martin
         Gerald LeGrand                        St. Martin
         Harry Marionneaux                     Iberville (arrived late)
         Earl Matherne                         Assumption
         Barry Soileau                         St. Landry

         Absent:
         None

Also Present:

         INDIVIDUAL                            REPRESENTING
         Matt Jewell                           Citizen
         Pat Theophilus                        Citizen
         Rick Dugas                            CPRA
         Steve Marionneaux                     Levee Board Attorney
         Cecil Tessier                         Assistant Executive Director
         Richard Sparks                        Levee Board Operations Superintendent
         Bruce Guidry                          Levee Board Police Captain
         Janice Jarreau                        Administrative Program Manager
         Peggy McCutcheon                      Accounting Technician
         Kristy Jewell                         Human Resource Analyst
         Crissi Canezaro                       Administrative Coordinator
         Tiffany Weber                         Administrative Coordinator
         Will Tyson                            Executive Director

                                              *****

President John Grezaffi asked for any public comments. Hearing none, Mr. Will Tyson advised
the Commissioners that he has now received the final figures from the Assessors' offices, and
asked the Commissioners for approval to advertise a public notice to roll the mileage forward for
next year. Commissioner Earl Matherne moved, seconded by Commissioner Daniel Hebert and
unanimously carried to authorize the staff to advertise to roll the mileage forward for next year.

After review, Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Gerald LeGrand and
unanimously carried to approve the minutes of the April 4, 2012 meeting and that they be
published in the official journal of the Board.

                                              *****

Mr. Tyson reported that he received a request from the Corps of Engineers for a Right of Entry
for four stockpile areas for levee crown surfacing materials. The location of the stockpiles are
within the existing right-of-way on the East and West Atchafalaya Basin Protection Levee,
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Pointe Coupee, Iberville, and St. Martin Parishes. He said this stone will not quite be enough to
finish what we need, but it will be close. He recommended approval of their request.
Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Gerald LeGrand and unanimously
carried to approve the request for Right of Entry.

The Commissioners reviewed a request for a Letter of No Objection from Fenstermaker &
Associates, Inc. for a proposed pipeline for Katrina Energy. Mr. Tyson said this is in the same
corridor as one we did earlier. He asked if the board wished to follow the same procedures and
use the same language as before. The consensus of the board was to turn this over to our attorney
to prepare the language.

Mr. Tyson advised the board of a request for Right of Entry from the Corps of Engineers to make
repairs to four relief wells in connection with the Mississippi River Levees. Commissioner
Moise LeBlanc moved, seconded by Commissioner Cory Chustz and unanimously carried to
approve the request.

Commissioner Earl Matherne moved, seconded by Commissioner Steve Juge and unanimously
carried to approve a request for Right of Entry by the Corps of Engineers for the purpose of
surveys, soil borings, environmental and cultural resource investigations and hazardous, toxic
and radioactive waste assessments in connection with the Mississippi River Levees, Morganza
Lower Guide Levee, Baseline Stations and Borrow Area, Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana.

Commissioner Gerald Alexander asked Mr. Tyson if we hired Mr. Chuck Ward this year to lobby
for the levee district and monitor bills that could have an effect on the district. Mr. Tyson said
we hired Mr. Ward last year because there were several bills affecting the levee boards, but this
year we have had only one bill to monitor.

Mr. Tyson said that last month we gave a partial Right of Entry to the Corps of Engineers in
Iberville Parish. Since then, he has met with them and they are requesting the Right of Entry
outside of our Right of Way for survey purposes only. They are asking that we contact the
landowners under Title 38 in this tract, stating they will be going in to do surveys and drainage
studies. Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Moise LeBlanc and
unanimously carried to approve the Right of Entry requested by the Corps of Engineers to do
surveys and to notify the landowners of same.

                                               *****

Mr. Rick Dugas of CPRA addressed the Board. He commended the Board on their 1st Quarter
Inspection Report, and reminded the Commissioners of the workshop to be held tomorrow. He
said the web-based permit project should be set up soon.

                                               *****

A meeting of the Equipment Committee of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya
Basin Levee District was held at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at the Board Office in
Port Allen, Louisiana. Commissioner Moise LeBlanc called the meeting to order. The following
members were present:

Moise LeBlanc, Chairman
Gerald Alexander, 1st Vice Chairman
Harry Marionneaux, 2nd Vice Chairman
Glenn Angelle, Member
Gerald LeGrand, Member
John Grezaffi, Ex-officio Member
Bill Flynn, Ex-Officio Member

Absent:
None

Also Present:
Commissioner Karen Jewell
Commissioner Earl Matherne
Commissioner Barry Soileau
Richard Sparks, Levee Board Operations Superintendent
Bruce Guidry, Levee Board Police Captain
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Janice Jarreau, Administrative Program Manager
Kristy Jewell, Human Resource Analyst
Peggy McCutcheon, Accounting Technician
Crissi Canezaro, Administrative Coordinator
William Tyson, Executive Director, Levee Board

Receive and discuss motor grader bid - Mr. Tyson advised the committee that we received one
bid, which was opened and read at the last board meeting from Doggett Machinery Services in
Baton Rouge. He said he feels the bid is good, and meets our specifications. He will let Mr.
Steve Marionneaux review the bid before the next regular board meeting to make sure he agrees.
 Commissioner Alexander asked how the John Deere equipment compares to Caterpillar. Mr.
Tyson said they are both first class operations and have good service. Mr. Tyson said that even
though we received only one bid, other companies could have bid, since we allowed exceptions.
Mr. Tyson presented modifications to the equipment section of the budget for the committee's
review. He said this will reflect the cost of the motor grader under the heavy equipment line
item. Commissioner Marionneaux moved, seconded by Commissioner Alexander and
unanimously carried to approve the bid from Doggett Machinery, and to propose approval of the
budget modifications as stated by Mr. Tyson to the full board at their regular meeting.

Commissioner Alexander asked when we have the next auction scheduled for used equipment.
Mr. Tyson stated we have had several auctions already. We put minimum bids on the trucks
previously, and we need to check with the attorneys representing the class action lawsuit for the
Ford trucks to see if we can dispose of the trucks at this time. Mr. Tyson said we have been
selling our used equipment through sealed bids instead of auctions recently. He informed the
committee that he is looking into the possibility of adding some equipment in the state auction
that is held at the foot of the bridge in Baton Rouge.

There being no further business, upon motion by Commissioner Marionneaux, the meeting
adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

/s/Moise LeBlanc, Chairman                               /s/Gerald Alexander, 1st Vice Chairman

/s/Harry Marionneaux, 2nd Vice Chairman                  /s/Glenn Angelle, Member

/s/Gerald LeGrand, Member                                /s/Bill Flynn, Ex-Officio Chairman

/s/John Grezaffi, Ex-Officio Chairman

Mr. Tyson advised the Commissioners that a single bid was opened for a motor grader at the
meeting. After review, he recommended we approve this bid, which was submitted by John
Deere. Commissioner Moise LeBlanc moved, seconded by Commissioner Earl Matherne and
unanimously carried to approve the bid for the motor grader and the minutes of the April 11,
2012 meeting as presented.

                                              *****

A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District was held on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at the Board Office in Port
Allen, Louisiana. Chairman Steve Juge called the meeting to order. The following members
were present:

Steve Juge, Chairman
Harry Marionneaux, 2nd Vice Chairman
Barry Soileau, Member
Moise LeBlanc, Member
John Grezaffi, Ex-Officio Chair
Bill Flynn, Ex-Officio Chair

Absent:
Daniel Hebert, 1st Vice Chairman

Also Present:
Commissioner Gerald Alexander
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Commissioner Karen Jewell
Commissioner Glenn Angelle
Commissioner Earl Matherne
Commissioner Gerald Grand
Jake Kern, Basin Ice Program
Arthur Kern, Basin Ice Program
Bobbie Kern, Basin Ice Program
Shane Verret, St. Martin Land Company
Richard Sparks, Levee Board Operations Superintendent
Janice Jarreau, Administrative Program Manager
Kristy Jewell, Human Resource Analyst
Crissi Canezaro, Administrative Coordinator
Peggy McCutcheon, Accounting Technician
William Tyson, Executive Director, Levee Board
Steve Marionneaux, Levee Board Attorney


   1. Request from Mr. Arthur Kern to make presentation to committee regarding Basin Ice
      Program - Mr. Arthur Kern addressed the committee relative to a request for permission
      to install vending machines to dispense ice, water, soft drinks, snacks and live bait in
      Henderson. Commissioner LeBlanc moved, seconded by Commissioner Soileau and
      unanimously carried to ask Mr. Kern to move forward to get approvals from the Corps of
      Engineers and the CPRA before coming back to the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for
      approval of their permit. Commissioner Juge asked Mr. Kern to work with Mr. Tyson to
      get the forms necessary to complete this task.

   2. Request to appear before the committee from the St. Martin Land Company - Mr. Shane
      Verrett of the St. Martin Land Company appeared before the committee to request a
      permit for two separate subdivisions north of I-10 in Butte LaRose. Mr. Verrett said he
      has recently taken over this project, due to the death of Mr. Theriot, who previously
      handled the matter. He said he has several permits from the parish government, and he
      now needs approval from the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for on ramps. Mr. Tyson
      said he needs a letter from CPRA, which use to be the DOTD Flood Control. Mr. Tyson
      further stated that we have a policy in place that requires each individual camp site to
      have a $500 bond and a $500 campsite fee. There are 50 lots, which would total $50,000.
       The $500 bond is for cleanup in case there is a high water event and we have to clear
      debris. Mr. Steve Marionneaux said that one of the issues to be considered is if you have
      an individual that owns part of the levee, there is no need for him to post a bond or be
      permitted until the application is made to put a camp there. We have a situation here with
      a division of lots for camp sites, so we have to determine at what point in time do we
      assess the fee. Commissioner Harry Marionneaux moved, seconded by Commissioner
      Moise LeBlanc and unanimously carried to ask Mr. Verrett get with Mr. Tyson and
      determine what he needs to do to move forward. He will need to proceed with getting the
      approval from CPRA, and then come back to the levee district. Commissioner Barry
      Soileau moved, seconded by Commissioner Moise LeBlanc and unanimously carried that
      all fees are to be paid up front prior to issuing a permit.

   3. Discuss the police officer starting pay - Mr. Bruce Guidry advised the committee that he
      has checked with other surrounding parishes to determine their starting salaries for
      officers in the sheriffs' offices; and he proposed that he be authorized to hire an officer
      starting at 7% below $31,500. When the officer becomes post certified that he be paid
      $31,500. Commissioner Barry Soileau moved, seconded by Commissioner Moise
      LeBlanc and unanimously carried to approve the request.

   4. Discuss employee merit increases - President John Grezaffi advised the committee that
      we would be able to grant a pay adjustment for our employees if the agency has the
      money available. Commissioner Harry Marionneaux moved, seconded by Commissioner
      Moise LeBlanc, and unanimously carried to grant a 4% pay adjustment for all classified
      and unclassified employees effective October 1, 2012.

       Commissioner Steve Juge said the next two items have been placed on the agenda for
       discussion. The items include: (1) discussion of the change in term of board officers to
       two year term limits, and (2) elect board officers. Commissioner Juge asked that these
       two items be taken off the agenda today. Commissioner Harry Marionneaux said he
       feels this does not have to be on the executive committee agenda, since any member can
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       place an item on the board's agenda at any time. Commissioner Alexander asked if this
       could be addressed in executive session. He was informed that it does not meet that
       criteria. Mr. Steve Marionneaux advised the committee that they can elect officers at any
       time, but there is no definite time frame set by the bylaws. Commissioner Moise LeBlanc
       said the bylaws are very vague on this, but he feels it should be something that comes up
       every year for consideration. Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by
       Commissioner Moise LeBlanc to table the two items and remove them from the agenda at
       this meeting. The motion carried.

There being no further business to come before the committee, upon motion by Commissioner
Barry Soileau and unanimously carried, the meeting adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

/s/Steve Juge, Chairman                                 /s/Harry Marionneaux, 2nd Vice Chairman

/s/Barry Soileau, Member                                /s/Moise LeBlanc, Member

/s/Bill Flynn, Ex-Officio Chairman                      /s/John Grezaffi, Ex-Officio Chairman

After review, Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Gerald LeGrand and
unanimously carried to approve the minutes of the meeting of April 11, 2012 as presented.

                                             *****

Mr. Steve Marionneaux reported that in reference to the Lemoine Industries bid on the hunting
lease, he has been in contact with Mr. Brent Lemoine and his bonding agent. They have chosen
to pay the damage between their bid and the second bidder out right.

                                             *****

Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Earl Matherne to waive the
reading and unanimously approve the following memorial resolutions after the death of Mr. Huey
Brown, a former member of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee
District; and Mr. Hubert Sparks, who retired from the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District as an
Equipment Operator 3 with 27 years of service.

                                     RESOLUTION

Moved by Commissioner Steve Juge and Unanimously Seconded:

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District has learned
with deepest regret and sincere sorrow of the death of Mr. Huey Brown, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Brown was an active and respected member of the Board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District from November 28, 1988 until January 1, 1997, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Brown will be missed by many who were close to him and who cherished his
friendship.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the members of this Board hereby remember Mr. Brown
 for his contributions to this Agency and to the people of this District and does express the
gratitude of these members for his service and dedication,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District does hereby express its condolences to the family of Huey Brown and its deepest
regrets upon his death, that this Resolution be incorporated and made a permanent part of the
Minutes of this Board, and further that a copy of this Resolution be presented to the Brown
Family, so that they may know of our sincere appreciation of the life and work of Huey Brown
and of our sincere regrets in his passing.

Vote:
Yeas: Commissioners Gerald Alexander, Glenn Angelle, Cory Chustz, Bill Flynn, John
      Grezaffi, Daniel Hebert, Kay Jewell, Steve Juge, Moise LeBlanc, Gerald LeGrand,
      Harry Marionneaux, Earl Matherne, and Barry Soileau.
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Nays: None.

Absent and not voting: None

The vote in favor thereof being unanimous, the resolution was declared duly adopted.

                                              *****
I, Janice G. Jarreau, Secretary for the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy
of excerpts of the Minutes of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District, a      Regular        Meeting held in Port Allen, Louisiana on Wednesday,
May 2, 2012       .


                                                         /s/Janice G. Jarreau

                                      RESOLUTION

Moved by Commissioner Steve Juge and Unanimously Seconded:

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District has learned
with deepest regret and sincere sorrow of the death of Mr. Hubert Sparks, and

WHEREAS, Hubert retired from the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District as an Equipment
Operator 3 with 27 years of service, and

WHEREAS, Hubert will be missed by many who were close to him and who cherished his
friendship.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the members of this Board hereby remember Hubert for
his contributions to this Agency and to the people of this District and does express the gratitude
of these members for his service and dedication,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District does hereby express its condolences to the family of Hubert Sparks and its
deepest regrets upon his death, that this Resolution be incorporated and made a permanent part
of the Minutes of this Board, and further that a copy of this Resolution be presented to the
Sparks Family, so that they may know of our sincere appreciation of the life and work Hubert
Sparks and of our sincere regrets in his passing.

Vote:
Yeas: Commissioners Gerald Alexander, Glenn Angelle, Cory Chustz, Bill Flynn, John
      Grezaffi, Daniel Hebert, Kay Jewell, Steve Juge, Moise LeBlanc, Gerald LeGrand,
      Harry Marionneaux, Earl Matherne, and Barry Soileau.

Nays: None

Absent and not voting: None

The vote in favor thereof being unanimous, the resolution was declared duly adopted.

                                              *****
I, Janice G. Jarreau, Secretary for the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy
of excerpts of the Minutes of the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District, a      Regular        Meeting held in Port Allen, Louisiana on Wednesday,
May 2, 2012       .
                                                             /s/Janice G. Jarreau




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                                               *****

Due to the fact the public opening of a hunting lease was scheduled to be opened at 4:00 pm, the
Commissioners recessed until 4:00 pm. President John Grezaffi and Mr. William Tyson left the
meeting at this time to attend a meeting with the Governor.

At 4:00 pm, Commissioner Bill Flynn called the meeting back to order with a quorum still
present.

                                               NOTICE

       Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District up to 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for the leasing for hunting and fishing
purposes only on the following described property, to-wit, bid related materials may be obtained
and electronic bids may be submitted online at www.centralbidding.com:

       Northeast ¼ of Northeast ¼ of Section 1, Township 9 South, Range 7 East, St. Martin
       Parish, Louisiana, containing approximately 40 acres.

     Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board in Port Allen, Louisiana on
Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m..

         The said property will be leased for hunting and fishing purposes only (the taking of
alligators excluded), as one tract, for a period of five (5) years. Payments shall be made annually;
the first payment due upon execution of the lease by all parties and on the anniversary thereafter.
 Bid bond in the amount of 10% of the total 5 year lease amount is required with bid when
submitted. Upon request, said bond shall be returned at the termination of the lease, provided all
terms and conditions of the lease have been met by lessee. The successful bidder is required to
submit proof of liability insurance of not less than $1,000,000 on the leased land with the
Atchafalaya Basin Levee District being named on the policy as additionally insured.

        Prospective bidders are to satisfy themselves as to the validity of the land title prior to
submitting their bids, in as much as the land will be leased without warranty of title except as
against the Board's own acts. Access to said property is not guaranteed by the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District and is the responsibility of Lessee. Prospective bidders may wish to obtain copy
of the lease prior to submitting bid to assure themselves of the terms and conditions to which
they are bidding. Said copy may be obtained at 525 Court Street, P. O. Box 170, Port Allen,
Louisiana, 70767.

       The land will be leased subject to any oil, gas and mineral lease, that may exist now or be
entered into in the future, the bonus, rentals and royalties from which shall be reserved to the
Board. All mineral rights shall be reserved to the Board in perpetuity in accordance with the
Constitution.

       The Board will not consider any bids submitted for less than $10.00 per acre per year.

        The successful bidder will be responsible for all advertising costs. The Board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.

        It is mandatory that all bids are submitted on forms provided by the Atchafalaya Basin
Levee District otherwise bid will be considered null and void, bid forms are available at 525
Court Street, P.O. Box 170, Port Allen, Louisiana, 70767. All Bids should be marked in bold
print “Hunting and Fishing Lease Bid.”

John Grezaffi                                   Janice Jarreau
President                                       Secretary

The following bid was duly received and read:

Mr. Alvin Berard
1043 Johnson Road
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
$203.00 bid bond check, $10.15 per acre. One year lease amount is $406.00. Five year lease
amount is $2,030.00
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Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Moise LeBlanc and unanimously
carried to take the bid under advisement.

                                  NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

        By virtue of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 30, of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District at Port Allen, Louisiana, up to 2:00
p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for lease of the oil, gas and/or liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon
mineral rights in and to the following lands situated in the Parish of St. Martin Parish, State of
Louisiana, to wit, bid related materials may be obtained and electronic bids may be submitted
online at www.centralbidding.com. Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board
in Port Allen, Louisiana on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m.:

       That certain tract or parcel of land containing 40.0 acres, more or less, being the
       Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter Section 21, Township 13 South, Range 12
       East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana

        All bids to offer cash payment for a lease having a primary term which shall not exceed
five (5) years. The MIMIMUM ROYALTIES required by R.S. 30:127, as amended, are one-
eighth (1/8) of all oil, produced and saved or utilized; one-eighth (1/8) of all gas produced and
saved or utilized; and one-eighth (1/8) of all other liquid or gaseous minerals in solution and
produced with oil or gas and saved or utilized, which are not specifically mentioned herein. Free
sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals are to be excluded and any bid thereon will
be disregarded to such extent. A bid of a royalty less than the aforesaid statutory minimums will
be increased to said statutory minimums by the Board.

        Should the lessee fail to begin the actual drilling (spudding in) of a well on the leased
premises within one year from the date of the lease, the lease shall terminate as to both parties to
the lease, unless on or before such anniversary date lessee shall pay a delay rental (which in no
event shall be less than one-half of the cash payment offered), which shall cover the privilege of
deferring drilling operations for a period of one year. Upon like payments annually, drilling
operations may be further deferred for successive periods of one year each during the primary
term. The primary term of the lease shall be five years. The lease shall provide for the drilling of
offset wells where necessary to protect the lessor’s interest and shall contain the provisions
against the assignment of sublease of the lease unless approved by the board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

        Certified check, cashier’s check or bank money order, payable to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for the full amount of the cash payment
shall accompany and be deposited with each bid and no bid or deposit may be thereafter
withdrawn or cancelled; and the cash payment thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District by the successful bidder in the event
said bidder does not enter into written contract within TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE
WRITTEN LEASE IS SUBMITTED TO HIM FOR EXECUTION. Additionally, bidder will be
required to submit a good faith deposit in the amount of $100.00 with bid when submitted. This
deposit shall be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, certified check, or bank money order. The
deposit shall be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event the contract is not entered into
within twenty days after lease is submitted to him for execution.

       The lessee shall have the right to enter into pooling or unitization agreements with respect
to development of the leased premises subject to the approval of the Board of Commissioners for
the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

         Prospective bidders are put on notice that the lease will be executed without any warranty
of title, even as to the return of cash payment, rentals or royalties.
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       In addition, said lease will contain a provision requiring the lessee to attempt to market
any natural gas produced to an intrastate purchaser, provided same can be at a competitive price.

      THIS BOARD ADVISES ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS THAT THE MINIMUM
ROYALTIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTABLE VALUES; AND THAT
THE BOARD PREFERS ROYALTY BIDS OF 25% (1/4) OR GREATER AND WILL, LESS
AND EXCEPT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, VIEW BIDS OF LESS THAN 25% (1/4)
ROAYLY AN INSUFFICIENT ROYALTY CONSIDERATION OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER
MINERALS LEASES ON ITS LANDS. THE BOARD WILL PREFER NOT LESS THAN
$200.00 PER ACRE BONUS.

        Any bid may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the above described
lands and the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to grant a lease on any portions of said land and to withdraw the
remainder.

       In the event that a portion of lands is bid, a surveyed plat shall be submitted showing the
portion of the land bid upon.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT

Janice Jarreau                                  John Grezaffi
SECRETARY                                       PRESIDENT



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                                   NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

        By virtue of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 30, of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District at Port Allen, Louisiana, up to 2:00
p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for lease of the oil, gas and/or liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon
mineral rights in and to the following lands situated in the Parish of St. Martin Parish, State of
Louisiana, to wit, bid related materials may be obtained and electronic bids may be submitted
online at www.centralbidding.com. Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board
in Port Allen, Louisiana on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m.:

       That certain tract or parcel of land containing 80.0 acres, more or less, being the West
       Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 22, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, St.
       Martin Parish, Louisiana.

        All bids to offer cash payment for a lease having a primary term which shall not exceed
five (5) years. The MIMIMUM ROYALTIES required by R.S. 30:127, as amended, are one-
eighth (1/8) of all oil, produced and saved or utilized; one-eighth (1/8) of all gas produced and
saved or utilized; and one-eighth (1/8) of all other liquid or gaseous minerals in solution and
produced with oil or gas and saved or utilized, which are not specifically mentioned herein. Free
sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals are to be excluded and any bid thereon will
be disregarded to such extent. A bid of a royalty less than the aforesaid statutory minimums will
be increased to said statutory minimums by the Board.

       Should the lessee fail to begin the actual drilling (spudding in) of a well on the leased
premises within one year from the date of the lease, the lease shall terminate as to both parties to

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the lease, unless on or before such anniversary date lessee shall pay a delay rental (which in no
event shall be less than one-half of the cash payment offered), which shall cover the privilege of
deferring drilling operations for a period of one year. Upon like payments annually, drilling
operations may be further deferred for successive periods of one year each during the primary
term. The primary term of the lease shall be five years. The lease shall provide for the drilling of
offset wells where necessary to protect the lessor’s interest and shall contain the provisions
against the assignment of sublease of the lease unless approved by the board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

        Certified check, cashier’s check or bank money order, payable to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for the full amount of the cash payment
shall accompany and be deposited with each bid and no bid or deposit may be thereafter
withdrawn or cancelled; and the cash payment thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District by the successful bidder in the event
said bidder does not enter into written contract within TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE
WRITTEN LEASE IS SUBMITTED TO HIM FOR EXECUTION. Additionally, bidder will be
required to submit a good faith deposit in the amount of $100.00 with bid when submitted. This
deposit shall be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, certified check, or bank money order. The
deposit shall be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event the contract is not entered into
within twenty days after lease is submitted to him for execution.

       The lessee shall have the right to enter into pooling or unitization agreements with respect
to development of the leased premises subject to the approval of the Board of Commissioners for
the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

         Prospective bidders are put on notice that the lease will be executed without any warranty
of title, even as to the return of cash payment, rentals or royalties.

       In addition, said lease will contain a provision requiring the lessee to attempt to market
any natural gas produced to an intrastate purchaser, provided same can be at a competitive price.

      THIS BOARD ADVISES ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS THAT THE MINIMUM
ROYALTIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTABLE VALUES; AND THAT
THE BOARD PREFERS ROYALTY BIDS OF 25% (1/4) OR GREATER AND WILL, LESS
AND EXCEPT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, VIEW BIDS OF LESS THAN 25% (1/4)
ROAYLY AN INSUFFICIENT ROYALTY CONSIDERATION OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER
MINERALS LEASES ON ITS LANDS. THE BOARD WILL PREFER NOT LESS THAN
$200.00 PER ACRE BONUS.

        Any bid may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the above described
lands and the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to grant a lease on any portions of said land and to withdraw the
remainder.

       In the event that a portion of lands is bid, a surveyed plat shall be submitted showing the
portion of the land bid upon.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT

Janice Jarreau                                  John Grezaffi
SECRETARY                                       PRESIDENT



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                                  NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

        By virtue of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 30, of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District at Port Allen, Louisiana, up to 2:00
p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for lease of the oil, gas and/or liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon
mineral rights in and to the following lands situated in the Parish of St. Martin Parish, State of
Louisiana, to wit, bid related materials may be obtained and electronic bids may be submitted
online at www.centralbidding.com. Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board
in Port Allen, Louisiana on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m.:

       That certain tract or parcel of land containing 40.0 acres, more or less, being the
       Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 27, Township 13 South, Range 12
       East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana.

        All bids to offer cash payment for a lease having a primary term which shall not exceed
five (5) years. The MIMIMUM ROYALTIES required by R.S. 30:127, as amended, are one-
eighth (1/8) of all oil, produced and saved or utilized; one-eighth (1/8) of all gas produced and
saved or utilized; and one-eighth (1/8) of all other liquid or gaseous minerals in solution and
produced with oil or gas and saved or utilized, which are not specifically mentioned herein. Free
sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals are to be excluded and any bid thereon will
be disregarded to such extent. A bid of a royalty less than the aforesaid statutory minimums will
be increased to said statutory minimums by the Board.

        Should the lessee fail to begin the actual drilling (spudding in) of a well on the leased
premises within one year from the date of the lease, the lease shall terminate as to both parties to
the lease, unless on or before such anniversary date lessee shall pay a delay rental (which in no
event shall be less than one-half of the cash payment offered), which shall cover the privilege of
deferring drilling operations for a period of one year. Upon like payments annually, drilling
operations may be further deferred for successive periods of one year each during the primary
term. The primary term of the lease shall be five years. The lease shall provide for the drilling of
offset wells where necessary to protect the lessor’s interest and shall contain the provisions
against the assignment of sublease of the lease unless approved by the board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

        Certified check, cashier’s check or bank money order, payable to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for the full amount of the cash payment
shall accompany and be deposited with each bid and no bid or deposit may be thereafter
withdrawn or cancelled; and the cash payment thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District by the successful bidder in the event
said bidder does not enter into written contract within TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE
WRITTEN LEASE IS SUBMITTED TO HIM FOR EXECUTION. Additionally, bidder will be
required to submit a good faith deposit in the amount of $100.00 with bid when submitted. This
deposit shall be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, certified check, or bank money order. The
deposit shall be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event the contract is not entered into
within twenty days after lease is submitted to him for execution.

       The lessee shall have the right to enter into pooling or unitization agreements with respect
to development of the leased premises subject to the approval of the Board of Commissioners for
the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

         Prospective bidders are put on notice that the lease will be executed without any warranty
of title, even as to the return of cash payment, rentals or royalties.




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       In addition, said lease will contain a provision requiring the lessee to attempt to market
any natural gas produced to an intrastate purchaser, provided same can be at a competitive price.

      THIS BOARD ADVISES ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS THAT THE MINIMUM
ROYALTIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTABLE VALUES; AND THAT
THE BOARD PREFERS ROYALTY BIDS OF 25% (1/4) OR GREATER AND WILL, LESS
AND EXCEPT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, VIEW BIDS OF LESS THAN 25% (1/4)
ROAYLY AN INSUFFICIENT ROYALTY CONSIDERATION OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER
MINERALS LEASES ON ITS LANDS. THE BOARD WILL PREFER NOT LESS THAN
$200.00 PER ACRE BONUS.

        Any bid may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the above described
lands and the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to grant a lease on any portions of said land and to withdraw the
remainder.

       In the event that a portion of lands is bid, a surveyed plat shall be submitted showing the
portion of the land bid upon.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT

Janice Jarreau                                 John Grezaffi
SECRETARY                                      PRESIDENT



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                                  NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

        By virtue of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 30, of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District at Port Allen, Louisiana, up to 2:00
p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for lease of the oil, gas and/or liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon
mineral rights in and to the following lands situated in the Parish of St. Martin Parish, State of
Louisiana, to wit, bid related materials may be obtained and electronic bids may be submitted
online at www.centralbidding.com. Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board
in Port Allen, Louisiana on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m.:

       That certain tract or parcel of land containing 78.67 acres, more or less, being that portion
       of Governmental Lots 1 and 2 in the North Half of Section 22, Township 13 South,
       Range 12 East, lying West of Grand River, in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, as depicted on
       the Original Government Township Plat, approved and dated October 26, 1838, Less and
       Except a tract containing 8.33 acres, designated at Tract B on Plat of Survey prepared by
       C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates, dated August 9, 2005, filed attached to Deed of
       Exchange recorded in Conveyance Book 1513, Page 671, Entry No. 416529, in the
       records of St. Martin Parish, Louisiana.

       All bids to offer cash payment for a lease having a primary term which shall not exceed
       five (5) years. The MIMIMUM ROYALTIES required by R.S. 30:127, as amended, are
       one-eighth (1/8) of all oil, produced and saved or utilized; one-eighth (1/8) of all gas
       produced and saved or utilized; and one-eighth (1/8) of all other liquid or gaseous
       minerals in solution and produced with oil or gas and saved or utilized, which are not
       specifically mentioned herein. Free sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals
       are to be excluded and any bid thereon will be disregarded to such extent. A bid of a

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       royalty less than the aforesaid statutory minimums will be increased to said statutory
       minimums by the Board.

        Should the lessee fail to begin the actual drilling (spudding in) of a well on the leased
premises within one year from the date of the lease, the lease shall terminate as to both parties to
the lease, unless on or before such anniversary date lessee shall pay a delay rental (which in no
event shall be less than one-half of the cash payment offered), which shall cover the privilege of
deferring drilling operations for a period of one year. Upon like payments annually, drilling
operations may be further deferred for successive periods of one year each during the primary
term. The primary term of the lease shall be five years. The lease shall provide for the drilling of
offset wells where necessary to protect the lessor’s interest and shall contain the provisions
against the assignment of sublease of the lease unless approved by the board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

        Certified check, cashier’s check or bank money order, payable to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for the full amount of the cash payment
shall accompany and be deposited with each bid and no bid or deposit may be thereafter
withdrawn or cancelled; and the cash payment thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District by the successful bidder in the event
said bidder does not enter into written contract within TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE
WRITTEN LEASE IS SUBMITTED TO HIM FOR EXECUTION. Additionally, bidder will be
required to submit a good faith deposit in the amount of $100.00 with bid when submitted. This
deposit shall be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, certified check, or bank money order. The
deposit shall be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event the contract is not entered into
within twenty days after lease is submitted to him for execution.

       The lessee shall have the right to enter into pooling or unitization agreements with respect
to development of the leased premises subject to the approval of the Board of Commissioners for
the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

         Prospective bidders are put on notice that the lease will be executed without any warranty
of title, even as to the return of cash payment, rentals or royalties.

       In addition, said lease will contain a provision requiring the lessee to attempt to market
any natural gas produced to an intrastate purchaser, provided same can be at a competitive price.

      THIS BOARD ADVISES ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS THAT THE MINIMUM
ROYALTIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTABLE VALUES; AND THAT
THE BOARD PREFERS ROYALTY BIDS OF 25% (1/4) OR GREATER AND WILL, LESS
AND EXCEPT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, VIEW BIDS OF LESS THAN 25% (1/4)
ROAYLY AN INSUFFICIENT ROYALTY CONSIDERATION OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER
MINERALS LEASES ON ITS LANDS. THE BOARD WILL PREFER NOT LESS THAN
$200.00 PER ACRE BONUS.

        Any bid may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the above described
lands and the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to grant a lease on any portions of said land and to withdraw the
remainder.

       In the event that a portion of lands is bid, a surveyed plat shall be submitted showing the
portion of the land bid upon.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT

Janice Jarreau                                  John Grezaffi

                                       An Equal Opportunity Employer
SECRETARY                                       PRESIDENT

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                                  NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

        By virtue of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 30, of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District at Port Allen, Louisiana, up to 2:00
p.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012, for lease of the oil, gas and/or liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon
mineral rights in and to the following lands situated in the Parish of St. Martin Parish, State of
Louisiana, to wit, bid related materials may be obtained and electronic bids may be submitted
online at www.centralbidding.com. Said bids will be publicly opened at the office of said Board
in Port Allen, Louisiana on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m.:

       That certain tract or parcel of land containing 8.33 acres, more or less, located in the
       Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 13 South, Range 12
       East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, designated at Tract A on Plat of Survey prepared by
       C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates, dated August 9, 2005, recorded in Conveyance Book
       1513, Page 671, Entry No. 416529, in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana.

        All bids to offer cash payment for a lease having a primary term which shall not exceed
five (5) years. The MIMIMUM ROYALTIES required by R.S. 30:127, as amended, are one-
eighth (1/8) of all oil, produced and saved or utilized; one-eighth (1/8) of all gas produced and
saved or utilized; and one-eighth (1/8) of all other liquid or gaseous minerals in solution and
produced with oil or gas and saved or utilized, which are not specifically mentioned herein. Free
sulphur, potash, lignite, salt and other solid minerals are to be excluded and any bid thereon will
be disregarded to such extent. A bid of a royalty less than the aforesaid statutory minimums will
be increased to said statutory minimums by the Board.

        Should the lessee fail to begin the actual drilling (spudding in) of a well on the leased
premises within one year from the date of the lease, the lease shall terminate as to both parties to
the lease, unless on or before such anniversary date lessee shall pay a delay rental (which in no
event shall be less than one-half of the cash payment offered), which shall cover the privilege of
deferring drilling operations for a period of one year. Upon like payments annually, drilling
operations may be further deferred for successive periods of one year each during the primary
term. The primary term of the lease shall be five years. The lease shall provide for the drilling of
offset wells where necessary to protect the lessor’s interest and shall contain the provisions
against the assignment of sublease of the lease unless approved by the board of Commissioners
for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

        Certified check, cashier’s check or bank money order, payable to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District for the full amount of the cash payment
shall accompany and be deposited with each bid and no bid or deposit may be thereafter
withdrawn or cancelled; and the cash payment thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Board of
Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District by the successful bidder in the event
said bidder does not enter into written contract within TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE
WRITTEN LEASE IS SUBMITTED TO HIM FOR EXECUTION. Additionally, bidder will be
required to submit a good faith deposit in the amount of $100.00 with bid when submitted. This
deposit shall be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, certified check, or bank money order. The
deposit shall be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event the contract is not entered into
within twenty days after lease is submitted to him for execution.




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       The lessee shall have the right to enter into pooling or unitization agreements with respect
to development of the leased premises subject to the approval of the Board of Commissioners for
the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.

         Prospective bidders are put on notice that the lease will be executed without any warranty
of title, even as to the return of cash payment, rentals or royalties.

       In addition, said lease will contain a provision requiring the lessee to attempt to market
any natural gas produced to an intrastate purchaser, provided same can be at a competitive price.

      THIS BOARD ADVISES ALL POTENTIAL BIDDERS THAT THE MINIMUM
ROYALTIES ARE NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ACCEPTABLE VALUES; AND THAT
THE BOARD PREFERS ROYALTY BIDS OF 25% (1/4) OR GREATER AND WILL, LESS
AND EXCEPT MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, VIEW BIDS OF LESS THAN 25% (1/4)
ROAYLY AN INSUFFICIENT ROYALTY CONSIDERATION OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER
MINERALS LEASES ON ITS LANDS. THE BOARD WILL PREFER NOT LESS THAN
$200.00 PER ACRE BONUS.

        Any bid may be for the whole or any particularly described portion of the above described
lands and the Board of Commissioners for the Atchafalaya Basin Levee District reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to grant a lease on any portions of said land and to withdraw the
remainder.

       In the event that a portion of lands is bid, a surveyed plat shall be submitted showing the
portion of the land bid upon.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT

Janice Jarreau                                 John Grezaffi
SECRETARY                                      PRESIDENT



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The following bid was duly received and read:

Theophilus Oil, Gas and Land Services, LLC.
263 Third Street, Suite 312
Baton Rouge, LA 70801

       $100.00 Good Faith Deposit. Bid amount for that certain tract or parcel of land containing
       40.0 acres, more or less, being the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter Section
       21, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana is $12,400.00

       $100.00 Good Faith Deposit. Bid amount for that certain tract or parcel of land
       containing 80.0 acres, more or less, being the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of
       Section 22, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana is
       $20,400.00

       $100.00 Good Faith Deposit. Bid amount for that certain tract or parcel of land
       containing 40.0 acres, more or less, being the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter
       of Section 27, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana is
       $10,200.00

       $100.00 Good Faith Deposit. Bid amount for that certain tract or parcel of land
       containing 78.67 acres, more or less, being that portion of Governmental Lots 1 and 2 in
       the North Half of Section 22, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, lying West of Grand
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       River, in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, as depicted on the Original Government Township
       Plat, approved and dated October 26, 1838, Less and Except a tract containing 8.33
       acres, designated at Tract B on Plat of Survey prepared by C.H. Fenstermaker &
       Associates, dated August 9, 2005, filed attached to Deed of Exchange recorded in
       Conveyance Book 1513, Page 671, Entry No. 416529, in the records of St. Martin Parish,
       Louisiana is $20,060.85

       $100.00 Good Faith Deposit. Bid amount for That certain tract or parcel of land
       containing 8.33 acres, more or less, located in the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast
       Quarter of Section 21, Township 13 South, Range 12 East, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana,
       designated at Tract A on Plat of Survey prepared by C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates,
       dated August 9, 2005, recorded in Conveyance Book 1513, Page 671, Entry No. 416529,
       in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana is $2,124.15

Commissioner Steve Juge moved, seconded by Commissioner Earl Matherne and unanimously
carried to take the bid under advisement.

                                            *****

There being no further business to appear before the board, upon motion by Commissioner Harry
Marionneaux and unanimously carried the meeting adjourned.




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Janice Jarreau, Secretary                          John Grezaffi, President



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Linda E. Alwood, Contract Stenographer




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