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					                                                                      Police Jury Room
                                                                      October 17, 2005
                                                                      Abbeville, Louisiana

       Minutes of a regular meeting of Vermilion Parish Police Jury held on October 17,
2005, with President Hubert J. Faulk presiding.

        The meeting was called to order by Mr. Faulk, who asked Juror Gaulman Gaspard
to lead the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. Following the pledge, the President asked
for a moment of silent prayer or reflection.

       The following members were present:

Mr. Purvis Abshire             Mr. Hubert Faulk               Mr. Mark Poche’
Mr. Minos Broussard            Mr. Gaulman Gaspard            Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr.
Mr. Maxwell Chreene            Mr. Luther “Buster” Hardee     Mr. Edval Simon, Jr.
Mr. Ronald Darby               Mr. David C. Mayard            Mr. Wayne Touchet
Mr. Carroll Duhon              Mr. Ravis Menard

       Absent: None

        The President recognized those persons who had requested time on the agenda to
present their business at this time:

       Mr. Salcolm Hull, Mr. Chris Gilmore, and Mr. Jake Rerranova with the U.S. Army
Corp of Engineers, gave a presentation and discussion on the AGMAC Channel Project.
The Jury requested a letter of support for the project, but with it mortified, asking the U. S.
Army Corp. of Engineers for a 12’ armored bankline to be constructed. Mr. Hull informed
the Jury for the change to be made the project needs to be modified and must go to
Congress. Mr. Tim Creswell, Mr. Jay Campbell, Mr. Harold Schlofler and Mr. W. P.
“Judge” Edwards addressed the Jury on their concerns for the AGMAC Channel Project
and the impact of the Hurricane Rita storm surge.

        Upon motion of Mr. Maxwell Chreene, duly seconded by Mr. Gaulman Gaspard,
unanimously carried, the Police Jury authorize Legal Counsel to work with Mr. Hull to
modify the language in the letter of support being sent to the U.S. Army Corp. so that the
Police Jury’s position is shown.

      Upon motion of Mr. Purvis Abshire, duly seconded by Mr. Luther “Buster”
Hardee, III, unanimously carried, the reading of the minutes of the regular meeting of
October 3, 2005 were dispensed with and were accepted.

President Faulk read the following announcements:
   1. The Vermilion Parish Library invites the Jurors to participate in the Eleventh
      Annual “Scare on the Square” to be held on Monday, October 31, 2005, at
      Magdalen Square, in Abbeville.

   2. The Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act Task Force
      Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at 9:30 a.m. at the La.
      Department of Wildlife & Fisheries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

   3. The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Coastal Restoration and Conservation
      will hold a meeting on Monday, October 24, 2005 from 10:00 a.m. till 2:00 p.m. in
      the LSU AgCenter at the Burden Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

   4. The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Coastal Forest Conservation And Use
      will hold a meeting on Thursday, October 27, 2005 from 9:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. at
      the La. Department of Wildlife & Fisheries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

   5. Lorman Education Services will host a seminar entitled “Advanced Zoning And
      Land Use In Louisiana” to be held on December 8, 2005 at the Baton Rouge
      Marriott in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

        Mr. Eugene Sellers, Sr., with Sellers and Associates, Inc., presented various items
for the Police Jury’s consideration.

       Upon motion of Mr. Mark Poche`, duly seconded by Mr. Edval Simon, Jr., and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved payment of Partial payment Estimate No. 2
in the amount of $14,252.40 and Estimate No. 3 in the amount of $29,095.20, to Gray
Construction Company, relative to the Erath/Bayou Tigre Phase I Project.

        Upon motion of Mr. Luther "Buster" Hardee, III, duly seconded by Mr. Gaulman
Gaspard, and unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved the issuance of the following
Project Permits:

       (A) Project Permit No. 1372-D to Petro-Hunt, LLC, to install a drill site, for the Delta
           Bertrand No. 1 Well, located off of Oliver Road, in Election District 14.

       (B) Project Permit No. 1373-D to Per-Tex Oil Company, LLC, to install a drill site for
           the Green & Broussard Plantation, Inc., Well No. 1, located off of Indogo Road, in
           Election District No. 10.

       (C) Project Permit No. 1374-D to MrMoRan Oil & Gas, LLC, to install a drill site for
           the S.L. 18090 #2, located in White Lake, in Election District No. 13.
         Upon motion of Mr. Luther “Buster” Hardee III, duly seconded by Mr. Purvis
Abshire, and unanimously carried, the Public Road Committee Recommendations were
approved as presented and the appropriate officials of the Jury were authorized to carry out
the recommendations:

                                                       PUBLIC ROAD COMMITTEE
                                                       OCTOBER 12, 2005
                                                       ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA

        AS A RESULT OF A PUBLIC ROAD COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON
OCTOBER 12, 2005, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
FOR THE JURY’S CONSIDERATION:

1.   It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize the Road Supervisor to get quotes to
     repair the mailbox that was damaged by the Road Supervisor during Hurricane Rita.

2.   It is recommended that the Secretary-Treasurer send letters of thanks to ALPHA
     Pump and Equipment, Inc. and Mr. Lynnwood Broussard with the Lafayette
     Consolidated Government Council for the pumps that were donated to the Police
     Jury.

3.   It is recommend that the Police Jury authorize the Secretary/Treasurer to send a letter
     to Jimmie Meaux Jr. advising him to remove the trees he placed in the drainage ditch
     on Romules Road and also remind him about the liability he has by impeding
     drainage on that Road.

4.   It is recommended that the Police Jury recognize Denais Road and M.C. Frederick
     Road be established as private roads in Vermilion Parish.

5.   It is recommended that the invoices submitted be approved to be paid.

6.   It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize the Secretary/Treasurer to send a
     letter to NRCS asking for their assistance in cleaning ditches within our parish road
     right of ways.

7.   It is recommended that the Police Jury repair the damages to the parking lot at the
     Charles Gay Building while it was being used as a staging area for trailers as a result
     of Hurricane Rita.

                                                              Respectfully submitted,
                                                              Luther "Buster" Hardee III,
                                                              Chairman

PARISHWIDE:
HEAD & ENGQUIST EQUIPMENT, LLC ................................... ................. $ 5,520.00
BIG D & LITTLE F TIRE CENTER .............................................. ................. $ 193.20
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 5,713.20

PARISHWIDE:
BAY CITY MOTORS ................................................................... ................. $ 162.73
BREAUX TIRE CO .. .................................................................... ................. $ 205.26
STAR TRUE VALUE HARDWARE............................................. ................. $                                7.90
DISCOUNT TIRE CENTER.......................................................... ................. $                      80.00
FRENZEL MOTORS .................................................................... ................. $                  9.63
G & H TIRE & SERVICE.............................................................. ................. $ 337.46
CARQUEST-ABBEVILLE............................................................ ................. $ 268.15
VOORHIES SUPPLY CO.............................................................. ................. $ 111.35
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 1,182.48

MAINT RD-SUB ROAD 1 OF ROAD 2:
ACADIANA SHELL CO .............................................................. ................. $               738.29

MAINT RD-SUB ROAD 3 OF ROAD 2:
ACADIANA SHELL CO ............................................................... ................. $ 6,914.85

MAINT. OF ROAD #7:
ACADIANA SHELL CO ............................................................... ................. $              368.22

       Upon motion of Mr. Carroll Duhon, duly seconded by Mr. Ravis Menard, and
unanimously carried, the Public Works Committee Recommendations were approved as
presented and the appropriate officials of the Jury were authorized to carry out the
recommendations:

                                                                          PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTE
                                                                          OCTOBER 12, 2005
                                                                          ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA

AS A RESULT OF A PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON
OCTOBER 12, 2005, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
FOR THE JURY’S CONSIDERATION:

     1. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize their legal counsel to seek an
        Attorney General’s opinion on paying employees that did not attend work because
        of their homes being damaged by Hurricane Rita.

     2. It is recommended that the Police Jury ratify payment of Invoice No. 12802 to
        Frenzel Motors, Inc. in the amount of $92,743.38 for a 2006 International 7400
        truck for the Solid Waste Program.
     3. It is recommended that the Police Jury reappoint Mr. Gaulman Gaspard to the
        Vermilion Parish Waterworks District No. 1 Board of Commissioners for a 5 year
        term.

     4. It is recommended that the Police Jury have a special meeting on October 17, 2005
        beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers regarding the
        proposed AGMAC channel if the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers representatives are
        available. If they are unavailable, the Secretary-Treasurer can set up the special
        meeting with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers before the October 24, 2005
        deadline for public comment on the project.

     5. It is recommended that the Police Jury permanently relocate Precinct 42-A and
        Precinct 42-B from the Charles Gay Building (Old Fruit of the Loom) located at
        3221 Veterans Memorial Drive, Abbeville, Louisiana to the Abbeville High School
        located at 1305 Senior High Drive, Abbeville, Louisiana.

     6. It is recommended that the invoices submitted be approved to be paid.

                                                                                                  Respectfully submitted,
                                                                                                  Carroll Duhon,
                                                                                                  Chairman

SALES TAX AND BOND 1976
PUBLIC WORKS:
CENTERPOINT ENERGY ............................................................ ................. $                        56.72
KAPLAN UTILITIES .................................................................... ................. $                  91.81
MCI ............... .......... .................................................................... ................. $    21.11
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $      169.64

ADVANCE CHEMICAL ............................................................... ................. $ 238.98
TERRY BOURQUE . .................................................................... ................. $ 125.00
CINTAS CORPORATION #543 .................................................... ................. $                         9.44
STAR TRUE VALUE HARDWARE............................................. ................. $                                8.49
DESORMEAUX’S HEATING & AIR ........................................... ................. $ 393.00
ENTERGY..... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 1,865.67
J T & J ENVIRO SERV ................................................................. ................. $ 330.00
PIAZZA OFFICE SUPPLY ........................................................... ................. $                    89.61
REPUBLIC AUTO PARTS OF KAPLAN ..................................... ................. $                                 57.84
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $ 228.26
STANDARD COFFEE SERVICE ................................................ ................. $ 170.57
THE DENISON COMPANY LLC ................................................. ................. $ 942.50
VERMILION JANITORIAL & INDUSTR .................................... ................. $                                 49.00
VERMILION OFFICE SUPPLY ................................................... ................. $                         28.38
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 4,536.74
TERRY BOURQUE . .................................................................... ................. $               125.00
PARISHWIDE PUBL IMPR MTNE FUND .................................. ................. $                                   45.55
SOUTHEAST WATER DISTRICT # 2 ......................................... ................. $                              19.77
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $   190.32

MOSQUITO CONTROL:
KAPLAN TELEPHONE ................................................................ ................. $                   15.95
MOSQUITO CONTROL DIRECTOR P.C. ................................... ................. $                                  48.26
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $    62.21

MOSQUITO CONTROL:
ABBEVILLE HARDWARE ......................................................... ................. $                 37.38
CINTAS CORPORATION #543 .................................................... ................. $                 98.33
ENERTEC INC......... .................................................................... ................. $ 2,866.80
JIM’S TIRE SEVICE INC ............................................................. ................. $           8.00
MENARD OIL.......... .................................................................... ................. $ 2,250.00
CARQUEST-ABBEVILLE` .......................................................... ................. $ 192.67
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $ 4,117.45
VERMILION OFFICE SUPPLY ................................................... ................. $                  30.32
ADAPCO INC .......... .................................................................... …………$144,348.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... …………$ 153,948.95

MOSQUITO CONTROL:
PARISHWIDE PUBL IMPR MTNE FUND .................................. ................. $                                   65.11

FIRE PROTECTION:
A.C.’S EXXON SERVICE STATION ........................................... ................. $                           247.25
HOLLIER’S FIVE OAKS GROCERY .......................................... ................. $                             142.44
LAKE AUTO SUPPLY INC .......................................................... ................. $                     55.69
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $   445.38

FIRE PROTECTION:
ABBEVILLE/CITY OF ABBEVILLE ........................................... ................. $ 18,123.00
CITY OF KAPLAN-MAYOR’S OFFICE ...................................... ................. $ 8,060.00
TOWN OF ERATH .. .................................................................... ................. $ 5,587.00
TOWN OF DELCAMBRE ............................................................ ................. $ 3,169.00
TOWN OF GUEYDAN ................................................................. ................. $ 2,862.50
ATTN: CHIEF .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 4,363.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 42,164.50

FIRE PROTECTION:
KAPLAN TELEPHONE ................................................................ ................. $                  263.92
WATERWORKS DISTRICT #1 .................................................... ................. $                         13.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $   276.92
FIRE PROTECTION:
BELL SOUTH .......... .................................................................... ................. $           41.12
MARY BETH C BROUSSARD .................................................... ................. $                          100.00
ARVILLIEN CHOATE ................................................................. ................. $                  100.00
EATEL ......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $      40.03
JEFFERSON DAVIS ELECTRIC CORP ....................................... ................. $                                15.14
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $      543.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $    839.29

1994 SALES TAX AND BOND FUND:
LDEQ-DEQ FINANCIAL SERVICES .......................................... ................. $                              698.00
PARISHWIDE PUBL IMPR MTNE FUND .................................. ................. $                                   179.58
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $    877.58

1994 SALES TAX AND BOND FUND:
COMPLIANCE PLUS DRUG TESTING ...................................... ................. $                                 50.00
KAPLAN TELEPHONE ................................................................ ................. $                   15.95
SHELTON’S TRUCK & DIESEL ................................................. ................. $ 4,400.00
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $      24.27
TRUCK AND TRAILER CENTER ............................................... ................. $ 533.48
WATERWORKS DISTRICT #1 .................................................... ................. $                         30.49
MCI ............... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 21.52
SIDNEY J. FAULK, JR. ................................................................ ................. $               56.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 5,131.71

1994 SALES TAX AND BOND FUND:
ABBEVILLE HARDWARE .......................................................... ................. $                         15.58
STINE LUMBER CO .................................................................... ................. $                  21.54
ATTN: THERESA MILLIMAN .................................................... ................. $                        1,684.80
BERAUD ENTERPRISES ............................................................. ................. $                   8,547.00
BREAUX TIRE CO .. .................................................................... ................. $                25.00
HARVEY BROUSSSARD ............................................................ ................. $                     1,000.00
CINTAS CORPORATION #543 .................................................... ................. $                         687.88
DISCOUNT TIRE CENTER.......................................................... ................. $                     8,418.65
ELECTRONIC SERVICES ........................................................... ................. $                      336.00
ENERTEC INC......... .................................................................... ................. $          6,351.60
FRED’S PLUMBING .................................................................... ................. $                  70.00
FRENZEL MOTORS .................................................................... ................. $                  509.34
GORDON’S DISPOSAL & LANDFILL........................................ ................. $                                  81.00
DUTCH GOSNELL MFG SUPPLY INC ....................................... ................. $                                 292.30
GUEYDAN JOURNAL ................................................................. ................. $                    482.50
IKE’S PLUMBING SERVICE ...................................................... ................. $                        232.60
J T & J ENVIRO SERV ................................................................. ................. $              1,005.45
KAPLAN HERALD . .................................................................... ................. $                 247.50
LAFAYETTE SPRING CO INC .................................................... ................. $                         264.36
LANGLINAIS TRACTOR ............................................................ ................. $ 514.96
LINGO INTERNATIONAL, INC. ................................................. ................. $ 888.18
LOUISIANA MACHINERY ......................................................... ................. $ 253.00
ROLAND LEMAIRE WELDING SERVICE................................. ................. $ 3,275.00
UNITED FUELS & LUBRICANTS LLC ...................................... ................. $ 730.08
MENARD OIL.......... .................................................................... ................. $ 21,967.34
MUSIC MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER ....................................... ................. $ 207.50
CARQUEST-ABBEVILLE............................................................ ................. $ 2,940.33
NATIONAL AMERICAN SALES ................................................ ................. $ 175.20
NATIONAL WELDING SUPPLY ................................................ ................. $ 226.89
NORTAX SOUTH .... .................................................................... ................. $ 220.68
BIG D & LITTLE F TIRE CENTER .............................................. ................. $ 163.75
PETERSEN INDUSTRIES INC..................................................... ................. $ 259.74
PIAZZA OFFICE SUPPLY ........................................................... ................. $ 103.90
PROCHEM INC ....... .................................................................... ................. $ 465.61
QUALITY EQUIPMENT .............................................................. ................. $ 177.00
ROMERO AUTO ELECTRIC, LLC .............................................. ................. $ 352.00
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $ 40,548.79
SCOTT CONSTRUCTION EQUIP CO ......................................... ................. $ 202.59
THRIFTY WAY PHARMACY ..................................................... ................. $                    15.25
VERMILION JANITORIAL & INDUSTR .................................... ................. $                           83.90
VERMILION OFFICE SUPPLY ................................................... ................. $ 399.76
VERMILION PRINTERS .............................................................. ................. $ 167.16
VOORHIES SUPPLY CO.............................................................. ................. $ 701.13
DEHART SHIPYARD INC ........................................................... ................. $                4.70
DUHON BROS OIL CO ................................................................ ................. $ 4,868.64
TOTAL       …………………………………………………………………$110,186.18

      In accordance with the Public Works Committee Recommendations, the following
ordinance was adopted:

                                                  ORDINANCE
                                                   2005-O-31

            AN ORDINANCE RELOCATING CERTAIN POLLING LOCATIONS FOR
                    THE CONVENIENCE OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC
                    WHICH WERE PREVIOUSLY ESTABLISHED IN
                            ORDINANCE NO. 2004-0-38
                      IN ACCORDANCE WITH ACT 1420 OF THE
                          1997 LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE
            WHEREAS, there are polling locations that are not conveniently located within the
     Precinct; and

             WHEREAS, the Vermilion Parish Police Jury desires to relocate these polling
     locations due to numerous requests to facilitate voter turnout.

             NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Vermilion Parish Police Jury, that
     the following sections be approved.

               Section 1.    Precinct 42A: Moved from the Charles Gay Building (Old Fruit of
                             the Loom) building located at 3221 Veterans Memorial Drive in
                             Abbeville, to the Abbeville Senior High building, located at 1002
                             1305 Senior Drive in Abbeville.

               Section 2.    Precinct 42B: Moved from the Charles Gay Building (Old Fruit of
                             the Loom) building located at 3221 Veterans Memorial Drive in
                             Abbeville, to the Abbeville Senior High building, located at 1002
                             1305 Senior Drive in Abbeville.

               Section 3.    All other polling locations previously adopted shall remain in effect.

               Section 4.    The revised list of polling locations within the Parish of Vermilion,
                             State of Louisiana shall be as follows:

                                   NEW LIST OF POLLING LOCATIONS
Precinct No.                    Location                                      Address

     1          Jesse Owens School                         203 13th St., Gueydan, LA 70542

     2          Gueydan High School Gym                    901 Main St., Gueydan, LA 70542

     3          Gueydan High School Gym                    901 Main St., Gueydan, LA 70542

    5-A         Leleux Fire Station                        5801 La. Hwy. 13, Kaplan, LA 70548

    5-B         Leleux Fire Station                        5801 La. Hwy. 13, Kaplan, LA 70548

     6          Kaplan Elementary School                   608 N. Eleazar St., Kaplan, LA 70548
 7-A     Indian Bayou/Andrew Fire Station        4723 La. Hwy. 700, Kaplan, LA 70548

 7-B     Indian Bayou/Andrew Fire Station        4723 La. Hwy. 700, Kaplan, LA 70548

  8      Rene Rost Middle School                 112 W. 6th St., Kaplan, LA 70548

  9      Kaplan Elementary School                608 N. Eleazar St., Kaplan, LA 70548

10-A     Rene Rost Middle School                 112 W. 6th St., Kaplan, LA 70548

 11      Rene Rost Middle School                 112 W. 6th St., Kaplan, LA 70548

 12      Kaplan High School                      200 E. Pirate Lane, Kaplan, LA 70548

 14      E. Broussard/Forked Island Elementary   19635 Columbus Rd, Abbeville, LA 70510
         School

 15      E. Broussard/Forked Island Elementary   19635 Columbus Rd, Abbeville, LA 70510
         School

 16      Pecan Island Fire Station               25600 W. La. Hwy. 82, Kaplan, LA 70548

 18      North Vermilion High School             11609 La. Hwy. 699, Maurice, LA 70555

19-A     Meaux Elementary School                 12419 La. Hwy. 696, Abbeville, LA 70510

19-B     Meaux Elementary School                 12419 La. Hwy. 696, Abbeville, LA 70510

20-A-1   Kaplan High School                      200 E. Pirate Lane, Kaplan, LA 70548
20-A-2   Kaplan High School                      200 E. Pirate Lane, Kaplan, LA 70548

20-B-1   Kaplan High School                      200 E. Pirate Lane, Kaplan, LA 70548

 21      V.P. Public Works Building              2211 Leonie Street, Abbeville, LA 70510

 23      Seventh Ward Elementary School          12012 Audubon Road, Abbeville, LA 70510

 24      Maurice Municipal Building              401 Lastie Street, Maurice, LA 70555

 25      Maurice Elementary School Gym           203 S. Albert Ave., Maurice, LA 70555
                                                 (P. O. Box 277)

 26      Alfred Romero`s Residence (Leased)      10297 La. Hwy. 697, Maurice, LA 70555
27-A-2   County Agents` Office                 1105 W. Port St., Abbeville, LA 70510

 28      County Agents` Office                 1105 W. Port St., Abbeville, LA 70510

 29      County Agents` Office                 1105 W. Port St., Abbeville, LA 70510

32-B     Gulf Area Vo-Tech (Old Building)      608 Lyman St., Abbeville, LA 70510
                                               (P. O. Box 878)

 34      Gulf Area Vo-Tech (New Building)      1115 Clover St., Abbeville, LA 70510
                                               (P. O. Box 878)

 35      Parish Government Office Complex      407 Charity St., Abbeville, LA 70510

36-A-1   J. H. Williams Middle School (East)   1105 Prairie Ave., Abbeville, LA 70510

 37      Parish Government Office Complex      407 Charity St., Abbeville, LA 70510

 38      Live Oak Masonic Lodge 193            1002 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
                                               Abbeville, LA 70510

 39      J. H. Williams Middle School (West)   1105 Prairie Ave., Abbeville, LA 70510

 40      V.P. Public Works Building            2211 Leonie Street, Abbeville, LA 70510

 41      V.P. Public Works Building            2211 Leonie Street, Abbeville, LA 70510

42-A     Abbeville Senior High                 1305 Senior Drive Abbeville, LA 70510

42-B     Abbeville Senior High                 1305 Senior High Drive Abbeville, LA 70510

 44      LeBlanc Volunteer Fire Station        3834 Bares Road, Abbeville, LA 70510

45-A     V.P.P.J. Area 1 Barn                  13115 Mack Switch Road, Erath, LA 70533

46-A     Parish Government Office Complex      407 Charity St., Abbeville, LA 70510

46-B-1   Herod Elementary                      120 Odea St., Abbeville, LA 70510

46-B-2   Herod Elementary                      120 Odea St., Abbeville, LA 70510

46-B-3   Herod Elementary                      120 Odea St., Abbeville, LA 70510
49-B-1     Erath Housing Authority Community           601 N. Lahasky, Erath, LA 70533
           Activities Building

49-B-3     Erath Housing Authority Community           601 N. Lahasky, Erath, LA 70533
           Activities Building

50-A       Erath City Court                            410 N. Broadway St., Erath, LA 70533

50-B       Erath City Court                            410 N. Broadway St., Erath, LA 70533

 51        Erath City Hall                             115 W. Edwards St., Erath, LA 70533

 53        Delcambre City Hall                         107 N. Railroad St., Delcambre, LA 70528

 54        Delcambre City Hall                         107 N. Railroad St., Delcambre, LA 70528

 55        Delcambre High School Gym                   601 W. Main Street, Delcambre, LA 70528
           (Temporarily located at Delcambre           (Temporary Location)
           Elementary School due to construction)      706 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive

 56        Delcambre High School Gym                   601 W. Main Street, Delcambre, LA 70528
           (Temporarily located at Delcambre           (Temporary Location)
           Elementary School due to construction)      706 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive)

57-A       Henry Fire Station                          6124 La. Hwy. 330, Erath, LA 70533

57-B       Henry Fire Station                          6124 La. Hwy. 330, Erath, LA 70533


         Section 5.     Should any section or provision of this ordinance be declared by the
                        courts to be unconstitutional or invalid, such decision shall not affect
                        the validity of the ordinance as a whole, or any part thereof, other
                        than the part so declared unconstitutional or invalid.

         Section 6.     All ordinances, or part of ordinances, in conflict herewith or
                        incompatible with the provisions of this ordinance, are hereby
                        replaced.

         The above ordinance was submitted to a vote and the vote thereon was as follows:
   YEAS:       Mr. Purvis Abshire, Mr. David Mayard, Mr. Minos Broussard
                Mr. Maxwell Chreene, Mr. Ronald Darby, Mr. Carroll Duhon, Mr. Hubert Faulk

                Mr. Gaulman Gaspard, Mr. Luther "Buster" Hardee, III, Mr. Ravis Menard,

                Mr. Edval Simon, Jr., Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr., Mr. Wayne Touchet, Mr. Mark Poche`

 NAYS:          None

 ABSENT OR PRESENT AND NOT VOTING:                                     None
                           ****************************************

       Upon motion of Mr. Mark Poche`, duly seconded by Mr. David C. Mayard, and
unanimously carried, the Finance Committee Recommendations were approved as
presented and the appropriate officials of the Jury were authorized to carry out the
recommendations:

                                                                               FINANCE COMMITTEE
                                                                               OCTOBER 12, 2005
                                                                               ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA

           AS A RESULT OF A FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON
OCTOBER 12, 2005, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
FOR THE JURY’S CONSIDERATION:

     1. It is recommended that the Police Jury approve the payback owed to Mr. Joseph
        Duhon in the amount of 1574.40.

     2. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize the Secretary-Treasurer to
        purchase an additional Print Boss needed to print permits for the Police Jury’s
        Administration office at a cost of $500.00.

     3. It is recommended that the invoices submitted be approved to be paid.

                                                                                 Respectfully submitted,
                                                                                 Mark Poche`,
                                                                                 Chairman

GENERAL FUND .... .................................................................... ................. $     0.00

CRIMINAL COURT. .................................................................... ................. $     888.41

PARISHWIDE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT MTNE FUND ............ ................. $ 67,440.16

VERMILION PARISH PUBLIC LIBRARY .................................. ................. $ 88,294.43
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $                       116.40

ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1 FUND.................................................... ................. $ 5,002.70

SUB 1 OF 2 MTNE. FUND ........................................................... ................. $                     633.54

RD. DIST. NO.3 AND/OR SUB 2 OF 2 FUND ............................. ................. $                                   217.46

SUB 3 OF 2 MTNE. FUND ........................................................... ................. $ 5,054.74

SUB 4 OF 2 MTNE. FUND ........................................................... ................. $ 6,043.07

SUB 5 OF 2 MTNE. FUND ........................................................... ................. $                     160.78

ROAD DISTRICT 4-A MTNE. FUND .......................................... ................. $                                 0.00

ROAD DISTRICT NO. 6 MTNE. FUND ....................................... ................. $                                  0.00

ROAD DISTRICT NO. 7 MTNE. FUND ....................................... ................. $ 5,607.48

PAYROLL ACCOUNT ................................................................. …………$203,070.01

VERMILION PARISH CIVIL DEFENSE ..................................... ................. $                                    0.00

HEALTH UNIT:
CINTAS CORPORTATION #543 ................................................. ................. $                          13.99
DAVE’S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR ............................................ ................. $ 172.11
CENTERPOINT ENERGY ............................................................ ................. $                     45.83
LAKE AREA ANIMAL HOSPITAL ............................................. ................. $ 145.00
USDA, APHIS, WS .. .................................................................... ................. $ 2,950.62
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 3,327.55

HEALTH UNIT:
CINTAS CORPORATION #543 .................................................... ................. $                        13.99
DAVE’S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR ............................................ ................. $ 172.11
LAKE AREA ANIMAL HOSPITAL ............................................. ................. $ 145.00
USDA, APHIS, WS .. .................................................................... ................. $ 2,950.62
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 3,281.72

HEALTH UNIT:
KAPLAN TELEPHONE ................................................................ ................. $                     237.37
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $        399.77
WATERWORKS DISTRICT #1 .................................................... ................. $                            36.98
MCI ............... .......... .................................................................... ................. $    10.68
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $      684.80
GENERAL FUND:
ABBEVILLE/CITY OF ABBEVILLE ........................................... ................. $ 1,635.65
ACADIANA CONTRACTORS INC ............................................. ................. $ 1,505.00
BELL SOUTH .......... .................................................................... ................. $           37.97
BURCH, MARCUS, POOL, KRUPP ............................................. ................. $ 297.50
COX COMMUNICATIONS ......................................................... ................. $ 194.95
DON’S CUSTOM CATERING ..................................................... ................. $ 5,100.00
HNB COMMERCIAL CARD ........................................................ ................. $                         13.28
PITNEY BOWES INC ................................................................... ................. $ 223.00
SELLERS & ASSOCIATES .......................................................... ................. $ 2,814.50
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $        9.86
AMERICAN PEST CONTROL ..................................................... ................. $                          70.00
CAROLYN BESSARD .................................................................. ................. $                   28.56
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 11,930.27

GENREAL FUND:
ABBEVILLE/CITY OF ABBEVILLE ........................................... ................. $ 17,195.93
ALL-SEASONS MNTE. SERVICE, INC ...................................... ................. $ 210.00
BUDDY CABROL A/C & ELECTRIC .......................................... ................. $ 2,125.00
CHEF BOBBY & DOT CATERING ............................................. ................. $ 5,285.00
DON’S CUSTOM CATERING ..................................................... ................. $ 1,080.00
GUEYDAN JOURNAL ................................................................. ................. $                    63.00
KAPLAN HERALD . .................................................................... ................. $                 20.80
CLAY P. MENARD . .................................................................... ................. $                91.32
PIAZZA OFFICE SUPPLY ........................................................... ................. $ 732.97
ROBIE’S FOOD CENTER ............................................................ ................. $                     71.86
DOMINICK REMOLLINO ........................................................... ................. $ 206.00
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $ 1,600.77
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $       21.96
V.P. COUNCIL ON AGING .......................................................... ................. $ 3,341.67
V.P. OFFICE OF EMERGENCY ................................................... ................. $ 13,485.06
WILL’S I.G. FOOD & HARDWARE ............................................ ................. $ 207.57
MCI ............... .......... .................................................................... ................. $  94.87
XEROX CORPORATION ............................................................. ................. $ 1,116.93
HUBERT FAULK .... .................................................................... ................. $ 370.30
SELINA PERRY....... .................................................................... ................. $             39.82
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 47,360.83

FEDEX .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $   19.09
GACHASSIN. .......... .................................................................... ................. $         73.50
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $   92.59
US POSTMASTER... .................................................................... ................. $           111.00

SALES TAX AND BOND 1978:
BELL SOUTH .......... .................................................................... ................. $            3.05
CENTERPOINT ENERGY ............................................................ ................. $ 1,639.80
HOH PAK, LABORATORY INC .................................................. ................. $                           80.00
INSTITUTIONAL SVC & CONSULTANT .................................. ................. $ 30,900.00
PITT STOP OIL CHANGE & CAR ............................................... ................. $                           97.89
SLEMCO ....... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 8,590.98
SOUTHEAST WATER DISTRICT # 2 ......................................... ................. $ 1,162.96
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 42,474.68

ABBEVILLE/CITY OF ABBEVILLE ........................................... ................. $ 1,198.73
A T & T ........ .......... .................................................................... ................. $     2.10
CINTAS CORPORATION #543 .................................................... ................. $                         9.44
CENTERPOINT ENERGY ............................................................ ................. $ 514.56
KAPLAN TELEPHONE ................................................................ ................. $                   15.00
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 1,739.83

ABBEVILLE HARDWARE .......................................................... ................. $                       97.45
ADVANCE CHEMICAL ............................................................... ................. $                    33.00
AUTO-CHLOR SYSTEM ............................................................. ................. $                     50.00
JB ELECTRICAL SERVICES ....................................................... ................. $                      55.00
COBURN’S LAFAYETTE-SOUTH .............................................. ................. $ 3,000.00
DERBY INDUSTRIES ................................................................. ................. $ 2,900.00
FRANKLIN SUPPLY, INC ........................................................... ................. $                    24.19
J T & J ENVIRO SERV ................................................................. ................. $ 900.00
LANGLINAIS TRACTOR ............................................................ ................. $ 386.21
QUALITY EQUIPMENT .............................................................. ................. $                    14.32
REPUBLIC AUTO PARTS OF ABB ............................................. ................. $                            93.51
ROMERO AUTO ELECTRIC, LLC .............................................. ................. $ 124.00
ROYALTY ROAD FUND ............................................................. ................. $ 927.32
SOLA COMMUNICATIONS, INC. .............................................. ................. $ 195.00
TECH ELECTRIC ... .................................................................... ................. $              28.65
BETA TECHNOLOGY INC .......................................................... ................. $ 291.96
TOTAL .......... .......... .................................................................... ................. $ 9,120.61

        Upon motion of Mr. Ronald Darby, duly seconded by Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr., and
unanimously carried, the Courthouse/Building Committee Recommendations were
approved as presented and the appropriate officials of the Jury were authorized to carry out
the recommendations:

                                                                COURTHOUSE/BUILDING COMMITTE
                                                                OCTOBER 12, 2005
                                                                ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA
AS A RESULT OF A COURTHOUSE/BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON
OCTOBER 12, 2005, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
FOR THE JURY’S CONSIDERATION:

    1. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize the President to review the quotes
       for the remediation work to be done at the Fire Stations when they will be
       submitted to the Police Jury and authorize the work to be done from the lowest
       quote submitted.

    2. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize Sellers and Associates, Inc. to
       prepare plans and specifications to repair the Erath Library.

    3. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize the courthouse janitorial staff to
       meet with Clerk of Court, Diane Broussard, regarding the cleaning and waxing of
       the floor at the St. Theresa Holy Family Center.

                                                            Respectfully submitted,
                                                            Ronald Darby,
                                                            Chairman

         Upon motion of Mr. Luther “Buster” Hardee III, duly seconded by Mr. Purvis
Abshire, and unanimously carried, the Rabies & Animal Control Committee
Recommendations were approved as presented and the appropriate officials of the Jury
were authorized to carry out the recommendations:

                                                   RABIES CONTROL COMMITTEE
                                                   OCTOBER 12, 2005
                                                   ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA

          AS A RESULT OF A RABIES CONTROL COMMITTEE MEETING
HELD ON OCTOBER 12, 2005, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESPECTFULLY
SUBMITTED FOR THE JURY’S CONSIDERATION:

   1. It is recommended that the Police Jury authorize a crisis leave pool be started for
      Mr. Elby Keith Henry.

   2. It is recommended that the Police Jury approve payment to Prejean Veterinary
      Clinic for an abuse case of a dog belonging to Ms. Karen Greene in the amount of
      $45.00 and restitution be requested if convicted by the District Attorney’s Office.

                                                          Respectfully submitted,
                                                          Wayne Touchet,
                                                          Chairman
       Upon motion of Mr. Carroll Duhon, duly seconded by Mr. Maxwell Chreene, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved to ratify payment of Invoice No. 12806 to
Frenzel Motors in the amount of $43,461.88 for a 2006 International Truck for Solid
Waste Plant.

       Upon motion of Mr. Wayne Touchet, duly seconded by Mr. Ronald Darby, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury authorized to purchase a new V55 Motorola Cell
phone at the cost of $99.00, for the Solid Waste Plant Supervisor who is having trouble
hearing his existing phone.

       Upon motion Mr. Ronald Darby, duly seconded by Mr. Wayne Touchet, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved to close the Police Jury Offices on October
21, 2005 for the Cattle Festival and the Solid Waste Plant will remain open and the
employees will get time and ½ pay.

        Upon motion Mr. Luther “Buster” Hardee, III, duly seconded by Mr. Mark Poche’,
and unanimously carried, the Police Jury authorized Sellers & Associates, Inc. to create a
resolution for flood mitigation.

        Upon motion Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr., duly seconded by Mr. Ronald Darby, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury authorized to reapply for the following capital outlay
grants.

                (A) Drainage Improvements In The Erath/
                    Bayou Tigre Area – Phase 3 - $475,000.00

                (B) Truck By-Pass Route Improvements
                    In The Gueydan Area - $250,000.00

                (C) Multipurpose Arena - $2,400,000.00

                (D) Courthouse Parking Garage - $2,400,000.00

       Upon motion Mr. Wayne Touchet, duly seconded by Mr. Ronald Darby, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved to ratify all engineering and architecture
services being done by Sellers & Associates, Inc., related to Hurricane Rita.

      Upon motion Mr. Maxwell Chreene, duly seconded by Mr. Carroll Duhon, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved all overtime for employees working on
FEMA related projects.

       Upon motion Mr. Edval Simon, Jr., duly seconded by Mr. Purvis Abshire, and
unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved to hire someone to assist with issuing out
building permits in the Permit Department.
        Upon motion Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr., duly seconded by Mr. Luther “Buster” Hardee,
III, and unanimously carried, the Police Jury approved to terminate Mr. Darren Sonnier, in
view of him not performing his duties.

       Upon motion Mr. Mark Poche’, duly seconded by Mr. T. J. Prejean, Jr., and
unanimously carried, there being no further business to be presented, the meeting was duly
adjourned.

____________________                               _________________________
 Secretary-Treasurer                                     President

				
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