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For Sale:

Book – “100 year history of JHHS football” 

jh bookA 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: jpjjacksonla@gmail.com

Business Services:

Quality Electrical & Controls Service:

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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:

dirt cheapLicensed 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.hall62@yahoo.com

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. 

PUBLIC NOTICES


Jackson Parish School Board Meeting Minutes
December 6, 2021

The Jackson Parish School Board met in regular session at 11:00 a.m. on December 6, 2021 at Jackson Parish School Board, 315 Pershing Highway, Jonesboro, La.

Absent: None

Gerry Mims gave the Invocation.

Rickey McBride led in the Pledge of Allegiance.

The meeting was called to order by President Dennis Clary.

A motion was made by Wade McBride, seconded by Calvin Waggoner and carried to add item 8A to the agenda: Consider accepting low bid from The Mabry Company in the amount of $99, 180.00 to repair the rear parking lot at the Central Office and low bid of $21,000.00 to repair the side parking lot at the Central Office, to be paid from Parish Wide District funds.

Mary Saulters nominated Calvin Waggoner to serve as Vice-President 2022. There were no other minations. Calvin Waggoner was approved to serve as Vice-President 2022.

Motion was made by Mary Saulters seconded by Rickey McBride and carried to approve the minutes as presented from the regular scheduled meeting held on November 1, 2021.

Motion was made by Wade McBride seconded by Mary Saulters and carried to approve the minutes of the Special Called Meeting held on November 10, 2021.

Information was provided by Amy Hay concerning the 2020-2021 District Test Scores.

A motion was made by Mary Saulters, seconded by Gerry Mims and carried to approve the revised 2020-2021 General Fund and Special Funds budget.

A motion was made by Mary Saulters, seconded by Calvin Waggoner and carried to accept low bid from The Mabry Company in the amount of $99, 180.00 to repair the rear parking lot at the Central Office and low bid of $21,000.00 to repair the side parking lot at the Central Office, to be paid from Parish Wide District funds.

Gloria Davis reported to the Board on the meeting of the Executive Finance Committee held prior to the Board meeting.

A motion was made by Rickey McBride, seconded by Calvin Waggoner and carried to approve for payment the following bills: General Fund, Federal Program, Food Service, Sales Tax, Special Education, District Maintenance bills.

A motion was made by Gerry Mims, seconded by Wade McBride and carried to approve the purchase of Moby Max curriculum for grades K-8 at Jonesboro Hodge Elementary School, Jonesboro Hodge Middle School and Quitman High School at a cost of $10,136.00, to be paid from 2021-2022 ESSERS III funds.

A motion was made by Mary Saulters, seconded by Rickey McBride and carried to approve the renewal of the site license agreement with Certiport for Jonesboro Hodge High School, Jonesboro Hodge Middle School, Weston High School and Quitman High School at a cost of $15,780.00, to be paid from 2021-2022 Career and Technical Education funds.

A motion was made by Wade McBride, seconded by Rickey McBride and carried to approve the payment of $10,000.00 to Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service, LSU AgCenter for the 2020-2021 school year, to be paid from General Fund.

A motion was made by Mary Saulters, seconded by Wade McBride and carried to approve the purchase of No Red Ink Premium curriculum for grades 5-12 at a cost of $16,367.00 to be used at Jonesboro Hodge Middle School, Jonesboro Hodge High School, Quitman High School and Weston High School, to be paid from 2021-2022 ESSERS III funds.

A motion was made by Rickey McBride, seconded by Mary Saulters and carried to approve the payment of $33,694.58 to Presidio for ERate services and equipment for the 2021-2022 school year, to be paid from General Fund.

A motion was made by Calvin Waggoner, seconded by Gloria Davis and carried to approve the Statement of Support for the Reimagine Grant based on the required criteria and giving Superintendent Claxton permission to sign the Memorandum of Understanding to sustain the Reimagine School Action.

A motion was made by Gerry Mims, seconded by Gloria Davis and carried to approve reimbursement to Sharon’s Lil Angels Day Care, Inc. in the amount of $21,448.59, to be paid from the 2021-2022 Covid-19 Community Child Care Recovery Grant.

Presentation of Monthly Financial Report by Kristi Bass, Business Manager.

Mary Saulters reported to the Board on the meeting of the Building and Grounds Committee held prior to the Board meeting.

A motion was made by Gerry Mims seconded by Gloria Davis and carried approving to accept low bid of $89,863.35 from Douglas Equipment for 5 Gas Steamers, to be paid from School Food Service.

A motion was made by Calvin Waggoner seconded by Rickey McBride and carried to approve adopting Resolution authorizing the sale of .0430 acres of old Chatham High School site to Jackson Parish Hospital. The lease from the Jackson Parish School Board to the Village of Chatham shall be cancelled in full upon the recording of the cash sale deed.

The Central Office parking lot was discussed with a decision to add this item to the main agenda.

A motion was made by Dennis Clary, seconded by Calvin Waggoner and carried to adjourn at 11:40 a.m.

Jackson Parish Police Jury Business Meeting Minutes
December 6, 2021

The Jackson Parish Police Jury met in Business Session Monday, December 6, 2021, at 5:15 PM in the Nathanial Zeno Jr. Meeting Room of the Jackson Parish Police Jury Administrative Building, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana. Members present: Mr. Todd Culpepper, Ms. Amy Magee, Mr. John McCarty, Ms. Tarneshala Cowans, and Ms. Regina Rowe. Absent: Mr. Lewis Chatham and Mr. Lynn Treadway. Also in attendance: Mr. Darrell Avery, Assistant D.A. and Mr. Brad Roller, Operations Manager.
The meeting was called to order by the President, Ms. Magee. Mr. Culpepper gave the invocation and Ms.
Cowans led in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
There were no public comments.
The President called for Committee Reports.
Mr. Culpepper and Mr. Roller, discussed the open projects. The Jury discussed the re-apportionment project.
Ms. Magee noted the Finance Committee did not have a quorum.
No other reports were given.
The Jury reviewed the expirations, nominees, and actions needed for parish board appointments.
The President moved to New Business.
The Secretary-Treasurer presented the preliminary 2022 budget with 2021 amendments. She highlighted capital projects, the employee pay schedule, and special requests. Mr. Roller presented information on the elevator modernization project.
The Jury reviewed the bid results for the Courthouse HVAC project. Mr. Roller presented his recommendation.
The Jury discussed a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Sheriff’s Office for security for the Courthouse.
The Jury discussed a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Sheriff’s Office for IT services.
The Jury discussed a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with Hunt, Guillot, & Associates for grant management services for hazard mitigation through GOHSEP.
The Jury discussed a Cooperative Endeavor Agreement for the Act 119 funding.
The Jury discussed de-obligating the Hospital Drainage project. The Secretary-Treasurer stated they were
submitting reimbursement requests and would have a final amount to de-obligate once that process was
completed.
The Jury discussed the elevator modernization project.
The Jury discussed amending the Organization Chart to have the Operations Manager report to the SecretaryTreasurer and be over the Maintenance, Road, and Solid Waste departments.
The President moved on to action items.
Mr. Roller presented information on a purchase of a 48’ trailer to replace the trailer that had been wrecked. He stated the current lead time for a purchase using a piggyback bid was 12 months and that with surplus waste from holidays and due to the wrecked trailer being a total loss, it would impact the service of hauling waste out of parish. He stated they were only able to get a 5-day hold on the unit before it would be sold elsewhere.
Motion Ms. Rowe, seconded Mr. Culpepper to declare an emergency to procure the 48’ trailer from Performance
Trailer-Houston and to make the purchase of $89,700.96. Motion carried.
The President opened the floor for discussion of other topics and announcements.
Motion Ms. Rowe, seconded Mr. Culpepper to adjourn. Motion carried.

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