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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO ISSUE
NOT EXCEEDING
$1,040,000
OFTAXABLE WATER
REVENUE BONDS OF
WATERWORKS
DISTRICT NO. 1,
UNION PARISH,
LOUISIANA
As provided by a resolution
adopted by the Board of
Waterworks Commissioners
of Waterworks District No. 1,
Union Parish, Louisiana (the
“Governing Authority”), acting
as the governing authority
of Waterworks District No.
1, Union Parish, Louisiana
(the “Issuer”), on August 14,
2017, the Issuer HEREBY
DECLARES ITS INTENTION
to issue up to One
Million Forty Thousand Dollars
($1,040,000) of taxable
water revenue bonds (the
“Bonds”), for the purpose of
paying costs of constructing
and acquiring improvements,
renovations and replacements
to the drinking water
system of the Issuer (the
“System”), including equipment
and fixtures therefor.
The Bonds will be limited
and special revenue bonds
of the Issuer, secured by
and payable solely from the
revenues of the System,
after there have been paid
from those revenues the
reasonable and necessary
expenses of operating and
maintaining the System.
The Bonds will not be a
charge on the other income
and revenues of the Issuer,
nor shall they constitute an
indebtedness or pledge of
the general credit of the Issuer,
provided to the extent
that other moneys of the
Issuer are available and
appropriated to the payment
of costs of operating and
maintaining the System, the
rates charged by the Issuer
for water service may be
correspondingly reduced.
The Bonds will be issued
pursuant to Part XIII, Chapter
4, Title 39 of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950,
as amended, and/or other
applicable laws (collectively,
the “Act”).The Bonds will be
issued and authorized by
resolution(s) adopted by the
Governing Authority, in one
or more series, will mature up
to twenty-two (22) years from
their date of issuance, will
bear interest at rates up to two
and forty-five hundredths percent
(2.45%) (which rate shall
include any administrative
fees), and will be subject to
prepayment anytime without
penalty.As provided by the
Act, all of the other details of
the Bonds will be set forth in
the resolution(s) authorizing
their issuance, including the
following: covenants relating
to the management and
operation of the System, the
imposition and collection of
rates and charges from the
System’s customers, the
expenditure of such rates
and charges, the issuance
of future bonds and the
creation of future liens and
encumbrances against the
System and all other pertinent
matters as may be necessary
to the authorization and issuance
of the Bonds.The Bonds
are expected to be sold at a
private sale, as provided for
in the Act, to the Drinking
Water Revolving Loan Fund,
and the Bonds will also be
approved by the State Bond
Commission and the Union
Parish Police Jury prior to
their delivery.The PUBLIC
IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the Governing Authority will
meet in open and public
session on OCTOBER 9,
2017, at FIVE FORTY-FIVE
O’CLOCK (5:45) P.M., at the
Waterworks Office, 168 North
Spillway Road, Farmersville,
Louisiana, or at another regular
or special meeting of the
Governing Authority as may
be determined by the Governing
Authority in consultation
with bond counsel and duly
advertised in the manner
provided by law, to hear any
objections to the proposed
issuance of the Bonds. If
at such hearing a petition
duly signed by electors of
the Issuer in a number not
less than five percent (5%)
of the number of such electors
voting in the last special
or general election object to
the issuance of the Bonds,
then the Bonds shall not be
issued until approved at an
election held for that purpose.
Any such petition must be
accompanied by a certificate
of the Union Parish Registrar
of Voters certifying that the
signers of the petition(s) are
registered electors of the
Issuer and the number of
signers amounts to not less
than five percent (5%) of the
registered voters that voted
in the last tax election held
in the Issuer, all as provided
by the Act.
WATERWORKS
DISTRICT NO. 1,
UNION PARISH,
LOUISIANA
(664) 9/14/17- 9/21/17
9/28/17 - 10/5/17

Bid Notice
The Union Parish School
Board will be receiving bids
for gasoline/diesel fuel for
the 2017-2018 school year.
Interested parties should
contact the Union Parish
School Board office and request
an information packet.
Sealed bids must be hand
delivered, sent via certified
mail, registered mail, and
received by this office by
Thursday, September 28,
2017 by 2:00 p.m.
The Union Parish School
Board reserves the right to
reject and or all bids.
Contact and Mailing
Information:
Union Parish School Board
PO Box 308
Farmerville, LA 71241
Attention: Robby Lindsay,
318-368-9715, ext. 102
(97) 9/14/17 -
9/21/17 - 9/28/17

LEGAL NOTICE
The Union Parish Consortium
of Louisiana Local
Area # 83 is submitting a
Grant Agreement for One
Stop Services within Workforce
Development Area
83 for Program Year 2017
and Fiscal Year 2018. The
Agreement being submitted
to the Louisiana Workforce
Commission incorporates
funding for Adult, Youth, and
Dislocated Workers. The
amount of the funds are as
follows: PY17 Adult $ 84,121,
FY18 Adult $ 576,483, PY17
Youth $ 644,238, PY17 Disl.
Worker $ 88,990, and FY18
Disl.Worker $ 341,383 for a
total of $ 1,735,215.
This Consortium designates
the Workforce Development
Board SDA-83,
Inc., as the fiscal agent to
receive and disburse authorized
funds. The Workforce
Development Board SDA-83,
Inc., meets quarterly and its
meeting schedule for this
contract year is as follows:
October 17, 2017, January
16, 2018, April 17, 2018 and
July 17, 2018.
Any comments should
be addressed to the Workforce
Development Board
SDA-83,Inc., 1504 Stubbs
Avenue, P.O.Box 14269,
Monroe, LA. 71207, or on our
website at WWW.WDB83.
Com.
The Workforce Development
Board SDA-83, Inc.,
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer/Program “Auxiliary
Aids and Services are
available upon request to
Individuals with Disabilities.”
(187) 9/21/17 - 9/28/17

HEARN’S U STORE IT
Saturday, September
30 @ 9 AM
6827 Hwy 2 E, Farmerville,
LA
A cash sale to the highest
bidder:
Storage Unit 56, 6827
Hwy 2, belonging to REBECCA
RAMPHREY containing
misc. furniture.
Storage Unit 57, 6827
Hwy 2, belonging to FRANK
BOYD containing a pool
table, boxes, and other various
items.
Storage Unit 61, 6827
Hwy 2, belonging to CECILIA
MOORE containing 2 TVs,
dresser, shelf, table, dryer,
lamp, and other misc. items.
Storage Unit 76, 6827
Hwy 2, belonging to KEITH
LEE containing gun cabinet,
corner hutch, desk, and misc.
furniture.
Storage Unit 166, 6827
Hwy 2, belonging to VICKI
TAYLOR containing furniture.
Bids will be accepted
for the entire unit contents
only with successful bidder
responsible for removal of all
items upon acceptance of bid.
Hearn’s U Stor It reserves
the right to refuse
any bid.
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ADVERTISEMENT
FOR BIDS
TOWN OF FARMERVILLE
ROADWAY REPAIRS
Separate sealed bids for
the construction of Roadway
Repairs will be received by
the Town of Farmerville, at the
Farmerville Town Hall, 407
South Main Street, Farmerville,
Louisiana until 2:00
p.m. local time on Tuesday,
October 17, 2017 and then at
said location publicly opened
and read aloud.
If forwarded by mail, the
sealed envelope containing
the bid must be enclosed in
another envelope addressed
to the Town of Farmerville,
P O Box 427, Farmerville,
LA 71243.
The Bidding Documents
may be examined at the office
of the Engineer:
MEYER, MEYER,
LACROIX & HIXSON, INC.
TELEPHONE (318) 255-
7236
09 EAST REYNOLDS
DRIVE
RUSTON, LOUISIANA
71270
CD copies of the bidding
documents may be obtained
from the office of the Engineer
at a cost per copy of $40.00,
which represents the cost of
reproduction and handling,
and is nonrefundable. Any
requests for bid documents
must be accompanied by
payment in full. Prime Bidders
must obtain Bidding
Documents from the Engineer.
Bids received from Contractors
utilizing any other
Bidding Document source
will be returned unopened.
Each bid must be accompanied
by bid security
made payable to Owner in
an amount of 5 percent of
bidder’s maximum bid price
and in the form of a certified
check, cashier’s check or
a bid bond. The successful
bidder will be required to
obtain a Performance Bond
and a Payment Bond each
in the amount of 100% of the
contract amount. All bonds
shall be executed by such
sureties as are named in U.S.
Department of the Treasury
Circular 570. A bond signed
by an agent or attorney-infact
must be accompanied
by a certified copy of that
individual’s authority to bind
the surety.
Bidders may not withdraw
their bid within forty-five
(45) days after the actual
date of opening thereof. The
Owner reserves the right to
reject any and all bids for just
cause in accordance with
Louisiana R.S. 38:2214B.
This contract is subject
to the requirements of the
Davis-Bacon Act (DOL 29
CFR Part 5), as amended.
The Contractor is required
to comply with wage and
labor provisions and to pay
minimum wages in accordance
with the schedule of
wage rates established by
the United States Department
of Labor.
Date: September 11,
2107
/s/ M. Stein Baugman
Jr., Mayor
(382) 9/21/17- 9/28/17
10/5/17

PUBLIC HEARING,
UNION PARISH SCHOOL
BOARD
September 11, 2017
A public hearing was
held on September 11, 2017
at 6:00 p.m. at the Union
Parish School Board Office
in Farmerville, Louisiana.
President Barkley
opened the hearing for the
budget for Fiscal Year 2017-
2018 and allowed for public
comments. There were none.
President Barkley adjourned
the public hearing.
REGULAR MEETING,
UNION PARISH SCHOOL
BOARD
September 11, 2017
The Union Parish School
Board met in Regular Session
at the Union Parish School
Board Office in Farmerville,
Louisiana, on Monday, September
11, 2017 at 6:05 p.m.
Members were present as
follows: Mr. Danny Smith,
Mr. Tommy Bennett, Mrs.
Judy Mabry, Mrs. Shannon
Barkley, Mr. John Ellis, Mrs.
Sharon Stewart, Mrs. Challana
Dean, and Mr. Clyde
Hays. Absent from the
meeting was Mr. Robert C.
James, Jr.
President Barkley called
the meeting to order and Mr.
Bennett gave the invocation.
On motion by Mrs. Stewart,
seconded by Mrs. Dean,
the Board agreed to amend
the agenda to reflect second
viewing of policies on IX.
Policy.
On motion by Mr. Ellis,
seconded by Mr. Hays, the
Board approved the agenda
as amended.
On motion by Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mrs. Mabry, the
Board agreed to amend, add,
and approve the August 14,
2017 minutes to include the
presentation to David Gray,
Principal of Union Parish High
School, by Congressman
Mike Johnson’s office, honoring
Mr. Gray as Louisiana’s
2017 Principal of the Year.
Volkert staff reported to
the Board on the construction
of the new Junior/High School
nearing completion.
Superintendent Cannon
informed the Board the ribbon
cutting on the newly constructed
Union Parish High
School would be 1:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, October 10, 2017.
Scotty Ferguson, School
Food Service Supervisor,
presented an overview of the
Kromos Timekeeping System
to the Board.
Crystal Washington,
Principal of Union Parish
Elementary School, and
staff members reported to
the Board on the academic
progress and professional
development at the elementary
level.
A motion was made by
Mr. Smith, seconded by Mr.
Bennett, for the Board to
authorize the Superintendent
to sign insurance documents
on behalf of the School Board
rejecting Uninsured/Underinsured
Motorist coverage
with Arthur J. Gallagher and
Company.
President Barkley called
for a roll call vote on rejecting
the purchase of uninsured/
underinsured motorist coverage
with Arthur J. Gallagher
and Company. The vote was
as follows:
Yeas: Mr. Smith, Mr.
Bennett, Mr. Hays, Mr. Ellis
Nays: Mrs. Barkley, Mrs.
Mabry, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs.
Dean
Absent: Mr. James
The motion failed.
Therefore, the Superintendent
was authorized to sign
insurance documents on
behalf of the School Board
purchasing Uninsured/Underinsured
Motorist coverage
with Arthur J. Gallagher and
Company due to failure of
the vote on the agenda item.
A motion was made
by Mr. Smith, seconded by
Mr. Bennett, for the Board
to accept the low bid of
$2,460,000.00 from Don
Barron Contractor, Inc. for
the construction of a new
stadium and field house for
Union Parish High School.
President Barkley called
for a roll call vote, and the vote
was as follows:
The vote was as follows:
Yeas: Mr. Smith, Mr.
Bennett, Mr. Hays, Mr. Ellis
Nays: Mrs. Barkley, Mrs.
Mabry, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs.
Dean
Absent: Mr. James
The motion failed.
On motion by Mr. Bennett,
seconded by Mr. Hays,
the Board approved the
proposed 2017-2018 budget
as recommended by the
Finance Committee.
On motion by Mrs. Dean,
seconded by Mrs. Mabry, the
Board approved the following
policies at their second
viewing:
1. Suspected Child
Abuse and/or Neglect Cases
2. Seclusion/Restraint
Procedures under LA Revised
Statues
The Board was informed
of the following resignations:
1. Somer Hattaway -
Union Parish Elementary
School, Teacher, Effective:
August 23, 2017
2. Johnette Bearden
- Downsville Community
Charter School, Bus Driver,
Effective: August 11, 2017
3. Linda Bennett –
Downsville Community
Charter School, Bus Driver,
Effective: August 11, 2017
4. Stacey Bennett –
Downsville Community
Charter School, Bus Driver,
Effective: August 3, 2017
The Board was informed
of the following retirements:
1. Grady “Andy” Allred
– Union Parish Junior High
School, Principal, Effective:
September 2, 2017
2. Sandy Brantley –
Union Parish High School,
Special Education Paraprofessional,
Effective: November
1, 2017
The Board was informed
of the following employments:
1. Nathaniel Perry –
Union Parish High School,
Assistant Principal, Effective:
August 8, 2017
2. Arlana Davis – Union
Parish Elementary School,
Assistant Principal, Effective:
August 8, 2017
3. Glenda Henderson
– Union Parish Elementary
School, Teacher, Effective:
August 8, 2017
4. Danna B. Brand –
Union Parish Junior High
School, Teacher, Effective:
August 14, 2017
5. Jerry – Union Parish
Junior High School, Teacher/
Coach, Effective: August
8, 2017
6. Emily Lambright –
Union Parish Junior High
School, Teacher, Effective:
August 14, 2017
7. Julie Dalton – Union
Parish High School, Teacher,
Effective: August 8, 2017
8. Brian Fine – Union
Parish High School, Teacher/
Coach, Effective: August
8, 2017
9. Hanna Thomas–
Union Parish High School,
Athletic Trainer, Twelve
Month Employee, Effective:
August 15, 2017
10. Barbara Sisk – Union
Parish High School, Bus
Driver, Effective: August
8, 2017
11. Rebecca Goss –
Union Parish Elementary
School, Bus Driver, Effective:
August 8, 2017
12. Lori Rawls – Union
Parish Elementary School,
Bus Driver, Effective: August
8, 2017
13. Amy Norwood –
Union Parish Elementary
School, Bus Driver, Effective:
August 12, 2017
The Board was informed
of the following employee
transfers:
1. Richard Roy – From
Union Parish High School,
To Union Parish Junior High
School As Assistant Principal,
Effective: August 24, 2017
2. Willie Simmons –
From Union Parish High
School, Teacher, To Union
Parish Junior High School,
Special Education Resource
Teacher, Effective: August
8, 2017
The Board was informed
of the following medical
leave:
1. Debbie Plummer –
Union Parish School Board
Office, SIS/Data, Effective:
September 8, 2017 – October
18, 2017
The Board was informed
of the following extended
medical leave:
1. Leland Rawls – Union
Parish High School, Teacher,
Effective: August 22, 2017
until released by doctor
2. Andrea Gatson –
Union Parish Elementary
RONNIE DEAN’S
WEATHER REPORT
Serving Our Customers Since 1946
• Industrial Flushing and Filtration
• Power Generation Services • Lubricants • Fuels
911 Ward Chapel Road • Farmerville, LA 71241
318-368-3101
Tuesday, September 12 high 68 low 56 prec. 0
Wednesday, September 13 high 82 low 59 prec. 0
Thursday, September 14 high 85 low 58 prec. 0
Friday, September 15 high 86 low 61 prec. 0
Monday, September 18 high 90 low 69 prec. 0
Sunday, September 17 high 89 low 66 prec. 0
Saturday, September 16 high 88 low 64 prec. 0
Tuesday, September 19 high 91 low 71 prec. 0
NOTICE
Interested persons need to provide a
cover letter and resume to:
Union Parish School Board
P. O. Box 308
Farmerville, LA 71241
or
Email Jean Futch at:
futchj@unionpsd.org
by 2:00 PM
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Union Parish School District is accepting
applications for a School Nurse for the
district. Must have a current Registered
Nurses License in the State of Louisiana,
with at least one year’s experience as a
Registered Nurse. Some of the duties will
include: Vision and hearing screening for all
required students, immunization checks on
all students, health plans for students with
chronic conditions, medical care provided
to students as needed, and meeting with
parents and staff concerning students with
on-going medical conditions.
Hog Slat Inc., Humboldt, IA, seeks 12 temporary
farm laborers from 10/10/17 to 12/15/17,
for the construction of livestock buildings near
Stratford, TX. Measure and layout building.
Excavate footings and level earth to grade
specifications. Tie rebar, position aluminum
wall-forms and place all concrete. Clean site.
Must be able to lift and carry 75lbs, 75yds.
Wage is $11.59/hr. Hog Slat Inc. guarantees
employment for a total number of work hours
equal to at least three-fourths of the workdays
from 10/10/17 to 12/15/17. Tools, supplies, and
equipment provided by employer at no cost to
employee. Housing provided at no cost to all
workers who cannot reasonably return to their
permanent residence at the end of the work
day. Transportation and subsistence expenses
to worksite will be paid by employer in the first
week of employment. Apply at the nearest office
of the state workforce agency or contact the
state workforce agent at P.O. Box 94094 Baton
Rouge, LA 70804, (225)342-7632 using job
order number TX6570848.
PUBLIC NOTICES
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On motion by Mrs. Stewart,
seconded by Mrs. Dean,
the Board granted permission
to create a second school
nurse position in the district.
On motion by Mrs. Stewart,
seconded by Mr. Smith,
the Board granted permission
to advertise for a master
mechanic at the bus shop.
On motion by Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mr. Ellis, the
Board ratified personnel
actions taken by the Superintendent
of Schools and
stated on and/or attached
to the agenda of September
11, 2017.
Ernest Wynn, Jr., teacher/
coach at the Alternative
School, spoke to the Board
concerning needs to continue
to advance the Union
Parish School System into
the future.
The Board, having set
its next Regular School
Board Meeting for Monday,
October 16, 2017 at 6:00
p.m. to be held at the Union
Parish School Board Office
in Farmerville, Louisiana,
adjourned on this the 11th day
of September, 2017.
George Cannon, Secretary
Shannon Barkley,
President
Union Parish School
Board Union Parish School
Board
(1,154) 9/21/17

AT&T Mobility, LLC proposes
to construct a 365-foot
overall height self-supporting
lattice telecommunications
structure. The structure
would be located at 12841
Highway 2, Bernice, Union
Parish, Louisiana. AT&T Mobility,
LLC invites comments
from any interested party on
the impact the proposed telecommunications
structure
may have on any districts,
sites, buildings, structures or
objects significant in American
history, archaeology,
engineering or culture that
are listed or determined eligible
for listing in the National
Register of Historic Places.
Comments may be sent to
Environmental Corporation of
America, ATTN: Dina Bazzill,
1375 Union Hill Industrial
Court, Suite A, Alpharetta,
Georgia 30004. Ms. Bazzill
can be reached at (770) 667-
2040 ext. 111. ECA Project
# T1307. Comments must
be received within 30 days.
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