To have published your Business Services, Job Opportunities, Items for sale, Advertisements for Bids, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Quotes, Public Notices, and Legal Notices – send an email to: email@example.com. Possible costs are dependent on content.
Stump Removal and Grinding: Call James Stewart at (318) 243-1009 or (318) 768-2554 for your stump removal and grinding needs. Free Estimates!
Jackson Parish Ambulance Service District – Full time Paramedic Supervisor, Paramedic and EMT positions available. For more information call JPASD Director Aaron Johnson at 318-259-2877.
Resumes can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by regular mail to: JPASD, attn: Aaron Johnson, 115 Watts St., Jonesboro, LA 71251
Jackson Parish Police Jury – Openings for an Operator 1 position at the Solid Waste Department and a Mechanic 1 position at the Road Department. Applications can be found on the Jackson Parish Police Jury Website, or by visiting the Administration Department at 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, LA 71251. Applications will be accepted through March 24, 2023. (For description of jobs see below in Public Notices)
Globe Life Insurance – Sales position available for motivated self starter to represent the Family Heritage Division that offers supplemental Life, Cancer, Heart, Stroke, ICU and Accident policies. To learn more contact Regional Director, Jamie Antley, at 318-488-1218 or send email to email@example.com
Book – “100-year history of JHHS football” Comprehensive year-by-year description of the first 100 years (1919-2019) of JHHS football. Includes categorial individual and team top ten rankings. Perfect gift for that family member or friend who would enjoy remembering their “glory days”. The cost is $25.00 per book plus $3.00 for shipping and handling. To order call (318) 480-1206.
Commemorative Plates – Beautifully etched china plates commemorating Jonesboro-Hodge High School and Jackson Parish. To order contact Wilda Smith at (318) 426-6511.
REQUEST FOR BIDS: The Jackson Parish Recreation District is looking for a vendor to run the concession stand for the upcoming baseball season. If you want to submit a proposal or have questions, contact Tommy Smith at 318-737-8493.
Veteran’s Affairs Office Open: The Veteran’s Affairs Office, located at 322 6th Street in Jonesboro, is open on Tuesday and Wednesday each week from 9:30a.m. – 3:00p.m. Representative, Mr. Gary Poole, can be reached at 318-259-2100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC / LEGAL NOTICES
The Jackson Parish Police Jury is hiring for the following open position
Please submit all applications to Jackson Parish Police Jury Administrative Building, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, LA 71251. To request a detailed job description, please contact our office at (318) 259-2361 or by email: email@example.com.
POSITION: Mechanic I
DEPARTMENT: Jackson Parish Road Department
Under close supervision, the Road Department Mechanic I is a skilled position responsible for performing minor and major repairs on automobiles, trucks, heavy trucks, tractors, heavy equipment, and related departmental equipment. Assignments are made orally or in the form of written work orders.
• Must be 18 years of age.
• High school diploma, or equivalent, required.
• Class A Commercial Driver’s License preferred.
• ASE certified or two (2) years experience at the journey level, working with diesel engines, heavy trucks, and equipment, or three (3) years experience as an auto mechanic.
• Must be able to lift up to 100 pounds frequently.
• Ability to work safely in all weather conditions, including adverse conditions.
• Can understand and follow oral and written instructions.
• Able to work in elevated areas, confined spaces, and on and off ladders.
• Must be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
• The Mechanic is responsible for performing all types of routine maintenance and service duties on equipment, including repair work on engines, transmissions, differentials, electrical systems, front ends, and minor tune-ups. Arc welding, Mig Welding, and Acetylene Cutting with torch and plasma cutting.
• Road tests vehicles and confirms complaints, checks malfunctions, and determines necessary repair needs using experience and the use of various testing equipment and tools.
• Changes oil and oil filters, air filters, hydraulic filters, etc. on gas and diesel equipment.
• Greases truck chassis, wheel bearings, and end equipment moving parts.
• Performs repair work on small gasoline engines. Able to operate a chainsaw and weed eater.
• Repairs and adjusts brakes and clutches; replace brake linings and cylinders.
• Performs hydraulic systems repairs on trucks and equipment.
• Repairs flat tires and performs all related tasks incumbent to this endeavor.
• Uses manual and power equipment for breaking down and balancing of tires.
• Operates service/lube truck and performs maintenance duties on equipment.
• Performs routine maintenance work of vehicle air conditioning systems.
• Inspects and repairs suspension systems on automobiles and trucks.
• Tracks all warranty work available for equipment.
• Maintains all shop records, work orders, purchase orders, shop inventory, and shop work scheduling.
• Performs proper pre-start and daily maintenance and service of equipment including lubrication, changing tires, making minor adjustments and repairs, and cleaning.
• Requires a thorough knowledge of general maintenance requirements of various pieces of light to heavy motorized equipment.
• Services, changes tires and cutting blades, cleans machines including trucks, and makes minor adjustments.
• Recognizes and diagnoses equipment malfunctions or complicated services needs and reports to Supervisor.
• May be required to lift equipment, tools, or any combination in excess of 100 pounds.
• Skilled in the use of tools and the operation of machines and equipment used in automobile repair and maintenance.
• Adheres to all traffic laws, applicable Federal and State health and safety rules, local ordinances, and Jackson Parish Police Jury rules and regulations and policies and procedures.
• Ability to drive various pieces of equipment used by the Police Jury.
• Follows safety procedures and practices as required, as well as wearing required safety
• Performs other job-related duties, as assigned.
Detailed Job Description available upon request.
The Jackson Parish Police Jury is hiring for the following open position.
Please submit all applications to: Jackson Parish Police Jury Administrative Building, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, LA 71251. To request a detailed job description, please contact our office at (318) 259-2361 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSITION: Operator I
DEPARTMENT: Jackson Parish Solid Waste Department
Under close supervision, the Solid Waste Department Operator I is a semi-skilled to skilled position consisting of equipment operation, manual labor, and maintenance repair of various pieces of light and heavy motorized equipment and trucks used in solid waste management, maintenance, inclement weather, and other generalized work. Incumbent may be used as a relief operator on equipment of a higher class if qualified and trained.
• In good standing as an employee in current position
• Class B CDL Driver’s License required; progression towards Class A CDL a plus
• Primarily operates trackhoe/packer located at the Solid Waste Landfill.
• Directs compact trucks and the public to the proper dumping areas in the landfill.
• Packs and tarps the garbage in the trailers and prepares the trailers to be transported to the Union Parish Landfill.
• Keeps the wall area washed and clean.
• Cleans out drains and bins, when necessary.
• Monitors the water transport and hauls and empties, when necessary.
• Picks up general litter and debris around the landfill, keeping it clean and organized.
• Cross-trained on all Operator II positions; prepared and able to operate any and all equipment used at the landfill.
• Serves as a backup for the Specialty Equipment Operator (Compact Truck), if qualified, trained, and licensed and Operator I and II positions, if necessary (at the appropriate set-up rate).
• Physically present to perform the duties of the position.
• Performs walkaround safety checks at the beginning of every day noting any deficiencies found on equipment and report to Supervisor.
• Complete daily paperwork noting equipment and materials used each day and daily equipment forms.
• Must have good working knowledge of equipment and safety habits.
• Performs manual work functions associated with construction, maintenance, and cleanup of the solid waste landfill and off-site bin sites in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.
Detailed Job Description available upon request.
Jackson Parish Police Jury Meeting Minutes
March 21, 2023
The Jackson Parish Police Jury met in regular session on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at 5:30 PM in the Dr. Charles H. Garrett Community Center, 182 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana. Members Present: Mr. Todd Culpepper, Mr. Lewis Chatham, Ms. Amy Magee, Mr. John McCarty, Ms. Tarneshala Cowans, and Ms. Regina Rowe. Absent:
Mr. Lynn Treadway. Also present: Mr. Brad Roller, Operations Manager; Mr. Jody Stuckey, Road Superintendent; Mr. Robin Sessions, Solid Waste Superintendent; and Mr. Darrell Avery, Assistant District Attorney.
The President, Mr. Culpepper, called the meeting to order. Mr. McCarty gave the invocation and Ms. Cowans led in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Ms. Cowans, second by Mr. Chatham to amend the agenda for the following items:
• Give the President the authority to sign the Resolution for the DOTD Grant for the Town of Jonesboro and add the agenda item as No. 20;
• Continue funding 100% of the health insurance for all employees and give all employees a 2% salary increase and add the agenda item as No. 21;
• Give Solid Waste Department the authority to schedule grinding activities and add the agenda item as No. 22.
The President opened the floor for public comments. There were no public comments.
Mr. Aaron Johnson, Jackson Parish EMS Director of Jackson Parish Ambulance Service District presented an overview of the Ambulance Service District’s construction of a Training Center, training classes opportunities, and new equipment recently received and expected to be received.
The President moved to the approval of minutes.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Mr. McCarty to adopt the minutes of the February 22, 2023, and March 13, 2023, Jury Meetings, monthly purchase orders, and the payment of all bills. Motion carried.
The President moved to Committee Reports.
Motion by Mr. Chatham, second by Ms. Cowans to adopt the following minutes from the March 16, 2023, Road Committee meeting. Motion carried.
March 16, 2023
The Road Committee met Wednesday, March 16, 2023, at 12:00 PM in the Nathaniel Zeno, Jr. Meeting Room, Jackson Parish Administrative Building, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana. Members Present: Mr. Todd Culpepper, Mr. Lewis Chatham, and Ms. Amy Magee. Absent: none. Also present: Mr. Paul Riley, Parish Engineer
and Mr. Jody Stuckey, Road Superintendent.
The meeting was called to order by the Chair, Ms. Amy Magee. Mr. Culpepper gave the invocation and Mr. Chatham led in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Chairman opened the floor for public comments. There were no public comments.
Mr. Riley presented the 2023 Revised Maintenance Program. Motion by Mr. Culpepper, second by Mr. Chatham to
recommend the Jury approve the 2023 Revised Maintenance Program. Motion carried.
Mr. Riley presented the 2023 Road Program. Motion by Mr. Culpepper, second by Mr. Chatham to recommend the Jury approve the 2023 Road Program with the increase to $800,000. Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. Culpepper, second by Mr. Chatham to recommend the Jury give permission to Mr. Paul Riley, Parish Engineer to advertise the 2023 Road Program. Motion carried.
The Committee discussed other road issues, but no action was taken.
The date of the next Road Committee meeting was set for Thursday, April 13, 2023, at 4:30 PM.
Motion by Mr. Culpepper, second by Mr. Chatham to adjourn. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Mr. Chatham to approve the 2023 Revised Road Maintenance Program. Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. McCarty, second by Ms. Magee to approve the 2023 Road Program with an increase to $800,000.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Cowans to give permission for Mr. Paul Riley, Parish Engineer to advertise the 2023 Road Program. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Rowe to adopt the following minutes from the March 16, 2023, Parish Cleanup Committee meeting. Motion carried.
Parish Cleanup Committee
March 16, 2023
The Parish Cleanup Committee met Monday, March 16, 2023, at 12:30 PM in the Nathaniel Zeno, Jr. Meeting Room, Jackson Parish Administrative Building, 160 Industrial Drive, Jonesboro, Louisiana. Members Present: Mr. Lewis Chatham, Ms. Amy Magee, and Mr. John McCarty. Absent: none.
There were no public comments.
The Committee discussed the place(s) to meet for the volunteers to get grabbers, vests, and trash bags and have a group picture taken. It was decided that the parish would be divided into four (4) areas. Jurors will be the team leader(s) for each area and will need to pick up grabbers, vest, and trash bags at the Jackson Parish Police Jury
Administrative Building on Friday, April 21, 2023, by 2:00 PM. Jurors Mr. Todd Culpepper and Mr. John McCarty will lead the Quitman area. Juror Mr. Lewis Chatham will lead the Chatham area. Juror Ms. Amy Magee will lead the Weston area. Jurors Ms. Tarneshala Cowans, Ms. Regina Rowe, and Mr. Lynn Treadway will lead the
Jonesboro area. A Fire Station in each area will be the meeting place for the volunteers to get their needed items at 7:00 AM and have a group picture taken.
Motion by Mr. Chatham, second by Ms. Magee to adjourn. Motion carried.
The President called for monthly management reports.
Mr. Brad Roller, Operations Manager presented the February 2023 Operations Manager Report.
Mr. Jody Stuckey, Road Superintendent, presented the February 2023 Road report noting that $11,181.94 had been spent on emergency call-outs/off-schedule work.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Rowe to accept the January 2023 emergency call outs/off-schedule report.
Mr. Robin Sessions, Solid Waste Superintendent presented the February 2023 Solid Waste report.
Mr. Emmett Gibbs, Secretary-Treasurer presented the February 2023 Financial Report highlighting the budget vs. actual comparisons for the major funds.
The President moved on to Other Business.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Mr. McCarty to adopt the Opioid Resolution. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION NO. 0321-2023-02
A Resolution authorizing the Parish of Jackson (herein referred to as this “Governmental Unit”) to join with the State of Louisiana and other local governmental units as a participant in the LOUISIANA STATE-LOCAL GOVERNMENT OPIOID LITIGATION MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (the “MOU”) and any subsequent Formal Agreements necessary to implement the MOU, including but not
limited to, the Subdivision Settlement Participation Form(s) in Exhibit K of the Distributor Settlement Agreement and the Janssen Settlement Agreement.
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jackson has suffered harm from the opioid epidemic;
WHEREAS, the Parish of Jackson recognizes that the entire State of Louisiana has suffered harm as a result from the opioid epidemic;
WHEREAS, the State of Louisiana has a pending action in state court, and a number of Louisiana Cities and Parishes have also filed an action In re: National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804 (N.D. Ohio) (the “Opioid Litigation”) and the Parish of Jackson is a litigating participant in that action;
WHEREAS, the State of Louisiana and lawyers representing certain various local governments involved in the Opioid Litigation have proposed a unified plan for the allocation and use of prospective settlement dollars from opioid related litigation;
WHEREAS, the Louisiana Memorandum of Understanding (the “MOU”) sets forth sets forth a framework of a unified plan for the proposed allocation and use of opioid settlement proceeds and it is anticipated that formal agreements implementing the MOU will be entered into at a future date; and, WHEREAS, participation in the MOU by a large majority of Louisiana cities and parishes will materially increase the amount of funds to Louisiana and should improve Louisiana’s relative bargaining position during additional settlement negotiations;
WHEREAS, failure to participate in the MOU will reduce funds available to the State, the Parish of Jackson, and every other Louisiana city and Parish; 1 Available at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com/
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THIS GOVERNMENTAL UNIT:
SECTION 1. That this Governmental Unit finds that participation in the MOU would be in the best interest of the Governmental Unit and its citizens in that such a plan ensures that almost all of the settlement funds go to abate and resolve the opioid epidemic and each and every City and Parish receives funds for the harm that it has suffered.
SECTION 2. That this Governmental Unit hereby expresses its support of a unified plan for the allocation and use of opioid settlement proceeds as generally described in the MOU, attached hereto as Exhibit “A.”
SECTION 3. That Michael G. Stag and/ or John F. Young are hereby expressly authorized to execute the MOU in substantially the form contained in Exhibit “A.”
SECTION 4. That Todd Culpepper is hereby authorized to execute any formal agreements implementing a unified plan for the allocation and use of opioid settlement proceeds that is not substantially inconsistent with the MOU and this Resolution including but not limited to the Subdivision Settlement Participation Form(s) in the Distributor Settlement Agreement and the Janssen Settlement
SECTION 5. That the Clerk be and hereby is instructed to record this Resolution in the
appropriate record book upon its adoption.
SECTION 6. The Clerk of this Governmental Unit is hereby directed to furnish a certified copy of this Ordinance/Resolution to:
Attorney General Jeff Landry
c/o Bill Stiles
Post Office Box 94005
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
SECTION 7. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.
Adopted this 21st day of March, 2023.
ATTEST: /s/ Todd Culpepper
Todd Culpepper, President
Motion by Ms. Rowe, second by Ms. Cowans to accept the resignation of Jackson Parish Registrar of Voters Angie Roberts. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Rowe to approve Jackson Parish Recreation Board Resolution requesting approval from State Bond Commission for sale of Limited Tax Bonds not to exceed $1,500,000. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Rowe, second by Ms. Magee to increase CDL Physical exam reimbursement not to exceed $150. Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. McCarty, second by Ms. Magee to approve overtime for Solid Waste employees on Saturday, April 8, 2023. Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. Chatham, second by Ms. Magee to extend the services of Kenneth Folden & Associates for 45 days.
Ms. Rowe voted Nay. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Rowe to approve the following changes at the Health Unit: increase Andrea Gates’ rate of pay from $11.44 per hour to $12.45 per hour and hire a part-time receptionist in the $11.00 per hour range. Motion carried.
The Jury reviewed Parish Boards and Commissions Appointments.
• Motion by Ms. Rowe, second by Ms. Magee to re-appoint Mr. Brandon Lamkin to the Recreation Board for a 3-year term ending 02/28/2026. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Rowe, second by Ms. Magee to give the President the authority to sign the Resolution for the DOTD Grant for the Town of Jonesboro. Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. Chatham, second by Mr. McCarty to continue funding 100% of the health insurance for all employees and give all employees a 2% salary increase. Motion carried.
Motion by Ms. Magee, second by Ms. Rowe to give Solid Waste Department the authority to schedule grinding activities. Motion carried.
The President opened the floor for Juror comments.
Motion by Ms. Rowe, second by Ms. Magee to adjourn. Motion carried
Jackson Parish Tourism Board Meeting Minutes Minutes
March 21, 2023
Notice Posted: March 20, 2023 @ 9:00 AM
Meeting Date: March 21, 2023, TIME: 5:30
PLACE OF MEETING: The Sunshine Room 160 Industrial Dr., Jonesboro, LA 71251
Roll Call: D. Barlow, K. Spangler, C. Weeks, Y. Washington Invocation and Pledge: C. Weeks gave the invocation with D. Barlow leading the pledge.
Public Comments / Recognition of Guests:
Approval of Minutes of the February 2023 meeting: Motion made by Y. Washington second by D. Barlow to approve the minutes as presented. All in favor, Yea.
Approval of the February 2023 Financials and Pay Bills: Motion made by D. Barlow second by Y. Washington to approve the financials as presented. All in favor, Yea.
Review Old Business:
a. Civil Rights Trail-only lacking four pictures of original founders of the DOD to be complete.
b. Rental space-Police Jury is working on a location.
c. La fishing tournament- was a success.
d. Major League Fishing Tournament-
1. WELCOME SIGNS- Finished and out on display.
2. BANNER CONTEST- moved to nest meeting.
3. Billboard designs-design has been selected.
4. Gift cards-finished
e. Promotional items- getting list together- may get person to come with ideas.
f. LTA Fishing/ Rec Guide- completed.
g. Rural Tourism Conference- Motion Made by D. Barlow second by Y. Washington for up to but not exceeding 700.00 for C. Weeks to attend. All in favor. Yea.
Discuss New Business:
a. Jackson Parish Chamber of Commerce-Motion made by D. Barlow second by Y.
Washington for 500.00 dollars for promotion of the Sunshine Festival. All in favor. Yea.
a. Clean up the Boot- April 22, 2023
Adjournment – 7:03 – Motion by D. Barlow second by K. Spangler to adjourn the meeting.
Next meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, 2023, at 5:30PM
Jackson Parish Watershed Meeting Minutes
March 17, 2023
Members present: Mr. Hightower, Mr. Joyner, Mr. Chestnut, Mr. Waggoner, Mr. Ponder, Mr. Barlow. Members absent: Mr. Harvey
Agenda Item Number.
1. Mr. Hightower called the meeting to order.
2. Mr. Waggoner gave the opening prayer.
3. No Public Comments
4. Motion Mr. Waggoner second Mr. Ponder to approve minutes from February 16, 2023, meeting. Motion carried.
5. Old Business: Three broken buoys were removed by A-1 Honey Do’s. No update from JPPJ on adding JPWD to permit list.
Ebenezer Pier Drawings are being reviewed by Professional Engineer. LA Striping, will re-stripe Spillway parking lot on April 23 late evening while ramp and parking lot is closed prior to MLF tournament.
6. Motion Mr. Waggoner second Mr. Chestnut to approve financial statement and pay
invoices for February 23. Motion Carried.
7. It was learned that Political Subdivisions cannot loan, pledge or donate money to any person, association or corporation public or private. No Action Taken on Agenda Item #7
8. The board decided due to current financial deficit reported for FY 2022, to continue collecting daily and annual launch fees for persons launching at Ebenezer and Spillway launch. No action needed since previous ordinance to pay launch fees was still in place.
9. Motion Mr. Chestnut second Mr. Barlow to approve Building permits for Dr. Roy
Kennison, DKA Construction, Amy Moore and Brian Stevenson. Motion carried.
10. No Action
11. No Action
12. No Members Comments
13. Motion Mr. Chestnut second Mr. Ponder to adjourn Motion carried.
Utilities, Inc. of Louisiana Spillway Water Supply Notice
Utilities, Inc. of Louisiana Spillway Water Supply Noticeis currently in violation of the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids as set forth by the State [Part XII of the Louisiana State Sanitary Code (LAC 51:Xll)] and the Federal Primary Drinking Water Regulations (40 CFR Part 141).
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (LDHH) set drinking water standards and requires the disinfection of drinking water. Where disinfection is used in the treatment of drinking water, disinfectants combine with naturally occurring organic and inorganic matter present in water to form chemicals called disinfection byproducts (DBPs). EPA and LDHH set standards for controlling the levels of disinfectants and DBPs in drinking water, including trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acid (HAAs). Some people who drink water containing THMs in excess of the MCL over many years may experience problems with their liver, kidneys, or central nervous system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer. Some people who drink water containing HAA5s in excess of the MCL over many years may have an increased risk of getting cancer.
In December 1998, EPA set enforceable drinking water standards for TTHMs at 80 parts per billion (ppb) and for HAA5 at 60 parts per billion (ppb) to reduce the risk of cancer or other adverse health effects. Compliance with the TTHMs and HAA5 standards for public water systems servicing less than 10,000 individuals initially became effective and enforceable on January 1, 2004. Compliance with the HAA5 standard is determine by calculating a locational running annual average (LRRA) of quarterly HAA5 sample results. Compliance calculations performed for the first quarter of 2023 show that the system’s current HAA5 LRAAs are 69 ppb at sample location DBP02 – 133 Suanna Road and 66 ppb at DBP03- 211 Spruce Drive. Thus, the system is currently in violation of HAA5 standards.
Water Sector Program has approved UIL to receive grant funding for the design improvements to the water system. The upgrades include the installation of a granular activated carbon (GAC) filter to reduce HAA5 concentration. The project is in the bidding process. Construction and purchasing materials will begin once the public bid and contract are complete. UIL continues to work with the engineering firm and has kept LDH informed of our progress.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail. If you have any questions, contact the UIL Compliance Administrator, Vicki Spence at 985-893-6646 – Opt. 2.
This is not an emergency. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. EPA and LDH do not consider this violation to have any serious adverse health effects on human health as a result of short-term exposure; however, continued long-term exposure to TTHMs and HAA5 levels above the standard (e.g., 20 years of exposure) has the potential to have serious adverse effects on human health.
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