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September 20th, 2017

Publilc Property & Buildings Committee

TO: Lincoln Parish Police Jury
FROM: Public Property and Buildings Committee
SUBJECT: Committee Report
The Public Property and Buildings Committee of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury met in the Police Jury Meeting Room, Third Floor, Lincoln Parish Courthouse, August 8, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. Present were: Hazel Hunter, David Hammons, and Sharyon Mayfield.
ABSENT: Nancy Wilson, Chair; Theresa Wyatt
Randy Roberson called the meeting to order and Skip Russell delivered the invocation.

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LPPJ Minutes

The Lincoln Parish Police Jury met in special session on Monday, August 7, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., at its regular meeting place in the Courthouse, Ruston, Louisiana. Present were: Theresa Wyatt, District One; Hazel D. Hunter, District Two; Bobby Bennett, District Three; Randy Roberson, District Four; David Hammons, District Five; Walter Pullen, District Six; Jody Backus, District Seven; Nancy Wilson, District Ten; Sharyon Mayfield, District Eleven; and Annette Straughter, District Twelve
Absent: Joe Henderson, District Nine; and Skip Russell, District Eight

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Legal Notice

Procedures for activating the privilege on Movable Property
Stored in the Self Storage Facility of:
167 North Self Storage
5568 Highway 167 N
Ruston, La 71270
LEGAL NOTICE. 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE pursuant to LA R.S. 9:4759, notice is hereby given that 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE, located at 55678 Highway 167 N, Ruston, LA 71270, will sell at auction the following described properties located in unit indicated and leased to person so named: FOE cash at Public Auction to the last and highest bidder. The property to be sold as one complete purchase.

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Legal Notice

LEGAL NOTICE
REQUEST FOR PRFOPOSALS
FOR
AUDITING SERVICES
Lincoln Total Community Action, Ins. is requesting proposals for independent auditing services from certified public accounting firms to audit and prepare financial statements for Head Start Program Year ending November 30, 2017.

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Local filmmaker makes Top 20 at festival

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A local man will soon have the chance to win $50,000.
Matthew Ramsaur, a local filmmaker, has been selected as a finalist in the film portion of Prize Fest in Shreveport.
Prize Fest is a street festival experience in downtown Shreveport featuring film, music, food and community. Since its first year in 2012, Prize Fest has grown from small town film festival to national recognition for the work of participating artists.
Ramsaur said he enjoys working in the film industry.

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More than 70 students affected by storm

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More than 200 Grambling State University students gathered for a Hurricane Maria prayer vigil hosted by the university’s International Student Organization Tuesday on campus.
Seventy GSU students come from Dominica, a Caribbean island nation recently hit by the Category 5 hurricane, and have relatives and friends affected by the storm, said Gourjoine Wade, associate vice president for student affairs.
Students said they were too grief-striken to talk to a reporter.

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August ‘Everyday Excellence’ awarded

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Olivia Cuthbert, a 16-year old sophomore at Cedar Creek School, is the #EverydayExcellence Award recipient for the month of August. Olivia created and manages a 501c3 non-profit organization called A Work of heART. The organization provides children and young adults with terminal illnesses an opportunity to creatively express themselves through art therapy. She was inspired to begin this organization after a close family friend lost a daughter to cancer. Olivia wanted to find a way to give the children some joy during their time in the hospital.

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Tech continues to be cornerstone institution for LaSIP

Annually, the Louisiana Board of Regents hosts a statewide grant competition to provide professional development dollars to serve educators in classrooms throughout Louisiana.
Funding is provided for innovative proposals that encourage interdisciplinary teams of university faculty and staff working in concert with partnering districts and community stakeholders to design and implement initiatives to promote academic growth and enhance the pedagogical practices of classroom teachers.

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Purchase ‘healthy’ for patients, community

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It’s often a bit perilous to single out a particular company, even for doing something good. Because, chances are somebody will want an equal slice of the glory.
But in the case of Priority Health Group, the risk seems worth it. PHG is the Bossier City-based company that bought what use to be LifeCare Specialty Hospital of North Louisiana and opened it as Ruston Regional Specialty Hospital.

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CCA still needs canned items

Congratulations, Lincoln Parish. The community came together to help Rotary of Lincoln gather 11,131 canned food items for Christian Community Action during its second annual summer food drive — exceeding the morning civic club’s goal of 10,000 by 1,131 cans.
The nonprofit organization that meets the needs of emergency or crisis events for Lincoln Parish families needs these donations to help replenish their pantry.
If there are no donations, CCA resorts to purchasing canned goods, which is not a good scenario in which for them to be.

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