To have your business service or items you have for sale listed or list any Legal/Public Notices, Advertisements for Bid, Requests for Proposals and/or Quotes – send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quality Electrical & Controls Service:
Over 60 years of combined Licensed and Certified experience in Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Control Panels, Electrical, HVAC and Inspections service. Located at 5039 Hwy 4 East, Jonesboro, LA. For free estimate contact: Billy Earl Wilhite: (318) 475-2403 or Richard Andrews: (318) 475-5136. www.qualityecs.com
“Call us when you want the job done right.”
Dirt Cheap Lawn Care, LLC:
Licensed and Insured! Any type of lawn care work done at reasonable prices. For quotes or to schedule service call Owner – David Hammock at 318-533-7133 or go by 209 Talbot Street, Jonesboro, LA.
“If you don’t look good, we don’t look good!”
4T Exterior Cleaning:
House wash, Metal roof wash, gutter cleaning, concrete, deck, and brick/ patio cleaning. For free estimates call Trevor Hall at (318) 475-0347 or email Trevor.email@example.com
B3 Lawn Services:
No job to large or small. For complete lawncare and select landscaping services contact: Todd Lowe (318) 623-8532, TJ Wilkerson (318) 480-1328 or Josh Henry (318) 480-1596.
Harris Yard Beautification Service:
For all your lawn and landscaping needs contact Greg Harris at (318) 245-2349. Free estimates and professional service guaranteed. Based out of Chatham.
For Sale: “100 year history of JHHS football”
A year-by-year description of the first 100 years (1919-2019) of JHHS football. Included is summary of early beginnings, yearly results, rosters, updated team and individual records and a gallery of pictures. Perfect gift for that grandfather, father, uncle or cousin who would enjoy remembering their “glory days”. Cost is $25.00 per book plus $3.00 shipping and handling. To order call (318) 480-1206 or send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Sale: Small “Cowboy” Trailer
Excellent Condition. Solid floors. Metal sides and roof. Dimensions: 56″ tall x 93″ long x 60″ wide. $3,000.00 or best offer. Owned by Jonesboro-Hodge Methodist Church. For more information or to set appointment to see trailer call: 318-480-1206.
Jackson Parish Police Jury Legal Notice
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Jackson Parish Police Jury, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana 71251, until 1:30 PM, Thursday, October 28, 2021, for the furnishing and/or constructing of the following item(s) as needed, for a period of one (1) year, beginning January 1, 2022, and ending December 31, 2022, at which time all bids will be opened and read aloud. No bids will be accepted after the deadline. All bids MUST be submitted on Jackson Parish Police Jury bid spec sheets. These are available upon request from the Jackson Parish Police Jury Office by phone: (318) 259-2361 ext. 2, from our website: https://www.jacksonparishpolicejury.org/rfps or by email: email@example.com. All envelopes must be marked: SEALED BID – October 28, 2021: 2022 MATERIALS. Tabulated bids will be presented for consideration of award or rejection to the Jackson Parish Police Jury on Monday, November 8, 2021, at 5:30 PM in the Charles H. Garrett Community Center, 182 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana:
1.) Metal Polymer Coated Culverts (per linear foot)
2.) Plastic Culverts (per linear foot)
3.) Tank Car Culverts (per linear foot)
4.) Hot Mix (asphaltic concrete; per ton)
5.) Cold Mix (per ton)
6.) Cracked Fuel Oil (road oil)
7.) Crushed Stone – SB2 (per ton)
8.) Crushed Stone – Winn Rock (per ton)
9.) Pit Run – sand/clay/gravel (per yard)
10.) Iron Ore (per yard)
11.) Gasoline & diesel fuel (per gallon)
13.) Vegetation Control Spraying (roadside; per mile)
14.) Reclaimed Asphaltic Pavement (RAP) (per ton)
15.) Riprap – Class 30 lb. (per ton)
16.) “A” Stone (per ton)
17.) Borrow/Fill Material (per cubic yard)
18.) Solid Waste Bin Containers
Ward Two Fire Protection District Meeting Minutes
October 12, 2021
189 Vernon-Eros Road, Ruston, LA. 71270
Office 318-249-3300 Fax 318-249-3340
e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax I.D. #72-1400917
The Ward Two Fire Protection District Board of Commissioners met in regular session on October 12, 2021 7:00 pm at the District Office. By Roll Call the following members were present: Mack Williams, Alton Fallin, Charles Hopkins and George Gryder. Absent Bill Wheelis. There were 0-additions 0-deletions. Meeting called to order by Chairman Williams, followed by invocation by George Gryder. Motion entertained by Mr. Williams to accept the agenda as presented. George Gryder second. Motion Carried. Mr. Williams entertained a motion to proceed into business motion Charles Hopkins, second George Gryder, motion carried. Minutes from last meeting were read. Motion entertained by Mr. Williams to accept the minutes September 14,2021. No addition and no deletions, and proceed into business, motion to accept Charles Hopkins, second George Gryder, motion carried.
In the order of Old Business: Chief Manning delivered the August Fire report for 0 EMS, 0 Fire, 1 MVA 1 trees 0 Other for total calls of 2. Fuel report for August was on hand of 480 gallons, fuel usage was 37 gallons. September training had 0 Attendees. Purchasing agent reports for September 2021 were reviewed. Gap Report is 100%. Motion entertained by Mr. Williams to proceed into new business, motion Mr. Hopkins, second Mr. Gryder, motion carried.
In the order of New Business, Financial Report for m/e September 30, 2021 was presented. The bill review was completed by Mr. Williams. Presentation of Bills for September was discussed. Mr. Williams entertained a motion to accept Presentation of bills Motion Charles Hopkins second George Gryder, motion carried. Mr. Williams entertained a motion to accept proposal for fire hydrant installation at the Robinson Chapel standpipe and to expand installation throughout district. Motion Charles Hopkins, second George Gryder. Motion carried.The Action List was reviewed- 1 item.
Board members were asked if they had any comments? There was none. Mr. Williams entertained a motion to adjourn motion Alton Fallin, seconded by Mr. Gryder motion carried meeting declared adjourned at 7:46pm.
Chatham Town Council Meeting Minutes
October 12, 2021
The Chatham Town Council met in regular session with the following members present: Marvin Davis, Toni Malone, Laverne Mixon, Sue Proffer and Mike Wilson. The mayor was also present. Visitors: John Mize, Dwight & Judy Cooper, Sue Henderson and Brenda Williams. Meeting was called to order. Pledge of Allegiance and invocation given.
Toni Malone offered the motion, seconded by Mike Wilson, and approved unanimously, to accept as read, the minutes of the regular meeting held on September 14, 2021.Toni Malone offered the motion, seconded by Laverne Mixon and approved by all, to pay the monthly bills.
Toni Malone offered the motion, seconded by Laverne Mixon, approved by all, to adopt ordinance 2021-07, authorizing the mayor to advertise for bids to sell surplus property located at 6537 Hwy 34, to the highest responsible bidder.
Motion was offered by Toni Malone, seconded by Mike Wilson and approved by all to accept the amended bid offered by the Jackson Parish Hospital of $175,000.00 for the purchase of the Chatham Medical Clinic.
Marvin Davis offered the motion, seconded by Mike Wilson, approved by all, to adopt Ordinance 2021- 08 authorizing the mayor to execute a cash sale deed between the Town of Chatham and the Jackson Parish Hospital for the sale of the Chatham Medical Clinic.
Mike Wilson offered the motion, seconded by Marvin Davis, approved by all, to adopt Ordinance 2021- 09 requesting the rezoning of property at 6551 Hwy 34 from residential to business.
Toni Malone offered the motion, seconded by Marvin Davis, approved by all, to table until the next meeting, the decision to change out the streetlights within our town.
The financial statements were reviewed. A motion was offered by Toni Malone, seconded by Marvin Davis and approved to accept the financial statements as presented.
Motion to adjourn was offered by Marvin Davis, seconded Sue Proffer approved by all.
To report an issue or typo with this article – CLICK HERE