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Acreage and Lots
6.5 acres for sale on
Green Bridge Road
at LA 550 in northern
Union Parish.
Claiborne Electric
and D Arbone water
available. Ideal for
mobile home site
with owner financing.
See WWW.
arklatexproperties.
com for more details.
1-318-671-7673.
Lost / Found
Found ring i n
Wal-mart parking
lot, call to identify
318.348.6004.

FOUND: Set of keys
in parking lot of Farrar
Funeral Home.
Found September
29, 2014. Call 368-
3043 to identify.

Found small floating
dock on Lake Darbonne,
call to identify,
318.283.3181
Found a set of keys
at Pickers Paradise
call 318.366.3180 to
identify.

Found a set of keys
between the Dean of
Flowers and the Gazette
office, please
come by the Gazette
office to identify or
call 318.368.9732.
Work Wanted
STUMP REMOVAL,
Free estimates
call James Stewart
318.243.1009 or
318.768.2554.

ROUTE DRIVER
NEEDED Five hours,
Thursdays only.
Must have reliable
transportation, proof
of insurance.
Must be available in
all weather conditions.
318-325-1022.
Legals
NOTICE TO PUBLIC:
PROPERTY FOR SALE
The Union Parish School
Board is now receiving
bids for the sale of a
former school site.
One-half (50%) of the
mineral rights on the
property will be retained
by the Union Parish
School Board. The description
of the property
to be sold is the following
described property
situated in the Parish
of Union, State of Louisiana,
together with all
improvements and appurtenances,
to-wit:
The: Lillie School Property
Legal Description
EXHIBIT “A”
(1) The following described
property situated
in Union Parish, Louisiana,
to-wit: Southwest
Quarter of NorthWest
Quarter (SW 1/4 of NW
1/4) Section 11, Township
22 North,
Range 3 West containing
40 acres, more or
less, together with all the
improvements situated
thereon and thereunto
belonging.
and
(2) The following described
property situated
in Union Parish, Louisiana,
to-wit: West Half
of SouthEast Quarter
of NorthWest Quarter
South Quarter of North-
West Quarter NorthWest
Quarter Section 11 Township
22 North, Range
3 West.
LESS AND EXCEPT
THE FOLLOWING TWO
TRACTS:
(1) The following described
property situated
in Union Parish, Louisiana,
to-wit: Beginning at
the SouthWest corner
of the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4,
Section 11 Township 22
North, Range 3 West,
proceed East 234 feet
to Highway #167, thence
190 feet along the right of
way of Highway167,
thence West 234 feet,
thence South 190 feet
to the point of beginning,
containing 1 acre, more
or less, together with all
improvements situated
thereon and thereto belonging.
and
(2) A certain tract of land
situated in the W 1/2 of
the NW 1/4 of Section 11,
T22N,R3W,Village of
Lillie, Union Parish, Louisiana
and being more
particularly described
as follows, to-wit: Commencing
at a 1 1/2 inch iron
shaft found representing
the NW corner of said
Section 11, thence S
Oo 14’ 31” E along the
west line of said section
985.38 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING: thence
S 89o 34’ 15” E 1.62 feet
to an axle found; thence
continuing S 89o 34’ 15” E
251.30 feet to a 5/8 inch
rebar set; thence continuing
S 89o 34’ 15” E 40.00
feet to the centerline of
U.S. Highway No. 167;
thence S Oo 12’ 07” E
along the centerline of
said highway 1,485.54
feet; thence West 40.00
feet to a 5/8 inch rebar
set on the west line of
said Section 11, thence
N Oo 14’ 31” W along said
line 1,487.59 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
containing 9.296 acres,
more or less, and being
subject to any rights-ofways,
easements or servitudes
of record or use.
Specification for Bid for
Purchase
The property is appraised
at $180,000.00. The
Union Parish School
Board voted to set the
minimum bid for purchase
at 85% of the
appraised value Accordingly,
the minimum bid for
purchase must equal at
least $153,000.00.
The above described
property is to be sold
without any warranty
whatsoever as to title
or the merchantability
of the title but with full
substitution and subrogation
in and to any and
all rights and actions of
warranty which Union
Parish School Board
has or may have against
preceding owners. Onehalf
(50%) of the mineral
rights on the property
will be retained by the
Union Parish School
Board. The immovable
property and all improvements
will be conveyed
and accepted “as is”
and “where is” without
any warrant of any kind
whatsoever. Purchaser
shall be required to pay
the bid price in cash or
certified funds and an
additional $500.00 for
deed preparation and
recordation fees within
fifteen (15) days of the
awarding of the bid. All
bids must be accompanied
by a certified check
in the amount of 10%
of the bid which will be
returned if the bid is not
accepted. The transfer
shall be made by a deed
without warrant which is
available to all bidders for
review and is part of the
bid specifications which
bidders must obtain.
Instruction for all bids
Bid specifications and
bid forms are available
at the office of the Superintendent
of the Union
Parish School Board.
The only bids that will
be accepted must be
contained on a bid form
that will be provided by
that office. All inquiries
should be directed to the
Superintendent, Union
Parish School Board, P.
O. Box 308, Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241.
Bids must be hand delivered
to the Union Parish
School Board at its office,
at 1206 Marion Highway,
Farmerville, Louisiana
or received by certified
mail at the above address
no later than 2:00
PM Thursday, April 16,
2015. Sealed bids must
be hand delivered or sent
by certified mail to P. O.
Box 318, Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241, in an
envelope clearly marked:
“Bid for School Property”.
The Union Parish School
Board reserves the right
to reject any bid for sale
or to accept the high bid
that meets specifications
of the bid for sale.
Dr. George Cannon,
Superintendent
Union Parish School
Board
3/12/15 3/19/15 3/26/15

NOTICE TO PUBLIC:
PROPERTY: PROPERTY
FOR SALE
The Union Parish School
Board is now receiving
bids for the sale of property
known as the “Spearsville
School Site” located
in Spearsville, Louisiana.
The description of the
property to be sold is
the following described
property situated in the
Parish of Union, State
of Louisiana, together
with all improvements
and appurtenances, to
wit: The following described
property situated
in Spearsville, Union
Parish, Louisiana, to-wit:
Beginning at the North-
East corner of that certain
lot sold by present vendors
to present vendor
By deed recorded in Book
153 at page 496 of the
Conveyance Records of
Union Parish, Louisiana,
on July 8, 1949, with this
is a point of beginning
thence proceed East
673 feet to The East forty
line of the North West
Quarter of the SouthWest
Quarter (NW 1/4 of SW 1/4)
of Section 32, Township
23 North, Range 2 West;
THENCE south along
said forty line a distance
of 70 feet; THENCE West
a distance of 673 feet;
THENCE North 70 feet
to the point of beginning;
being and lying in the
NorthWest Quarter of the
SouthWest Quarter (NW
1/4 of SW 1/4) of Section
32, Township 23 North,
Range 2 West; containing
1.08 acres, more or
less, together with all
the improvements situated
thereon and thereto
belonging.
AND:
A lot or parcel of land described
as follows: Beginning
at the SW corner of
Section 32, Township 23
North, Range 2 West, and
run thence North 1538
feet, thence run East a
distance of 316 feet; and
with this as the place of
beginning, run thence
North 70 feet, thence East
331 feet, thence South 70
feet, thence West 331 feet
to the place of beginning,
being in the NW 1/4 of SW
1/4 Section 32, Township
23 N.R. 2 West.
AND
Beginning at the Northwest
corner of Section
32, Township 23 North,
Range 2 West and run
South 3800 feet, thence
East 280 feet; thence
South 183 feet for a point
of beginning, thence run
South 65 degrees and 05
minutes East a distance
of 328 feet; thence North
88 degrees and 20 minutes
East a distance of
600 feet; thence North
43 degrees and 30 minutes
East a distance of
158 feet; thence West
1010 feet to the point of
beginning.
AND
The S 1/2 of the G. W. Hollis
residence Lot in the town
of Spearsville, Louisiana
located in the NW 1/4 of
SW 1/4 of Sec. 32, T 23 R
2 West bounded on north,
Dr. V. E. Dudley residence
lot East by W. T. Cherry
south by Dr. N. T. Elkins
and West by Spearsville
town Lots containing 8
acres, more or less.
Specifications for bid for
purchase
The above described
property is to be sold
without any warranty
whatsoever as to title
or the merchantability
of the title but with full
substitution and subrogation
in and to any and
all rights and actions of
warranty which Union
Parish School Board
has or may have against
preceding owners. The
immovable property and
all improvements will be
conveyed and accepted
“as is”, where is, “without
any warranty of any kind
whatsoever.” Purchaser
shall be required to pay
the bid price in cash or
check and an additional
$500.00 for deed preparation
and recording fees
within fifteen (15) days
of the awarding of the
bid. All bids must be accompanied
by a check
in the amount of 10%
of the bid which will be
returned if the bid is not
accepted. The transfer
shall be made by a deed
without warranty which is
available to all bidders for
review and which is part of
the specifications.
The property is appraised
at $200,000.00. No bids
were received on the
property when advertised
the first time, or the second
time at 85% of the
appraised value, so the
minimum bid for purchase
at this time will be 80%
of the appraised value,
which must equal at least
$160,000.00.
Instructions for all bids,
bid specifications and bid
forms are available at the
office of the Superintendent
at the Union Parish
School Board located at
1206 Marion Highway,
Farmerville, Louisiana.
The only bids that will
be accepted must be
contained on a bid form
that will be provided by
that office. All inquiries
should be directed to the
Superintendent, Union
Parish School Board, P.
O. Box 318, Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241.Bids
must be delivered to
the Union Parish School
Board no later than 2:00
P.M. Thursday, April 16,
2015. Sealed bids that
are hand delivered or
sent by certified mail
must be in an envelope
clearly marked: “Bid for
Spearsville School Site.”
Hand-delivered bids
should be brought to the
1206 Marion Highway
address and bids sent by
certified mail should be
sent to the P. O. Box 318,
Farmerville, Louisiana
71241 address.
The Union Parish School
Board reserves the right to
reject any bid for sale or
to accept the highest bid
that meets specifications.
Dr. George Cannon, Superintendent
Union Parish School
Board
Publish:
3/12/15 3/19/15 3/26/15

NOTICE TO PUBLIC:
PROPERTY FOR SALE
The Union Parish School
Board is now receiving
bids for the sale of a
former school site.
One-half (50%) of the
mineral rights on the
property will be retained
by the Union Parish
School Board. The description
of the property
to be sold is the following
described property
situated in the Parish
of Union, State of Louisiana,
together with all
improvements and appurtenances,
to-wit:
The “Linville School.”
Legal Description
All interest of the Union
Parish School Board in
and to the following described
property situated
in the Parish of Union,
State of Louisiana, together
with all buildings
and improvements thereon
and all appurtenances
thereunto belonging
to-wit:
1. A certain tract of land
lying and situated in
Union Parish, LA., and
described as follows:
Commencing at the
northwest corner of the
Northeast quarter of he
northeast quarter of section
6 Township 21 Range
3 East, and running
east six chains, south
ten degrees east, four
chains and fifty six links,
west forty one degrees
south three chains, and
northwest seven chains
and 39 links to the place
of beginning, containing
Two & 60 –100 acres
more or less.
And
2. Beginning at a point
on the North line of
NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 Section
6, Township 21 North,
Range 3 East, a distance
of 6 chains East of the
Northwest Corner of the
said forty and which point
is also the NE corner
of the present school
property of the Linville
High School, run thence
South 10 degrees East, a
distance of 244-1/5 feet,
thence West 41 degrees
S. a distance of 222 feet,
or to the Farmerville-
Bastrop Highway, thence
in a southeasterly direction
along said Highway a
distance of 333 feet,
thence East 30 degrees
North, a distance of 264
feet, thence North 18
degrees West a distance
of 584 1/5 feet to the
North line of the said
forty, thence West along
the said forty line to the
place of beginning, all
being situated in the
NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 Section
6, Township 21 North,
Range 3 East, containing
3.344 acres more or
less, together with all the
improvements situated
thereon and thereto belonging.
And
3. Beginning at the SW
corner of the SE 1/4
of the SE 1/4 of Section
31, Township 22
North, Range 3 East,
thence running East 6
chains, thence run North
6 chains, thence run
West 6 chains, thence
run South 6 chains to the
place of beginning, less
and except a lot in the SW
corner 40 feet East and
West by 80 feet North and
South, containing 3 1/2
acres, more or less,
together with all the
improvements situated
thereon and thereunto
belonging.
Specifications for Bid for
Purchase
The property is appraised
at $25,000.00. No bids
were received on the
property when advertised
the first time or the
second time at 85% of
the appraised value, the
minimum bid for purchase
at this time would
be 80% of the appraised
value, which must equal
at least $20,000.00.
The above described
property is to be sold
without any warranty
whatsoever as to title
or the merchantability
of the title but with full
substitution and subrogation
in and to any and
all rights and actions of
warranty which Union
Parish School Board
has or may have against
preceding owners. Onehalf
(50%) of the mineral
rights on the property
will be retained by the
Union Parish School
Board. The immovable
property and all improvements
will be conveyed
and accepted “as is”
and “where is” without
any warrant of any kind
whatsoever. Purchaser
shall be required to pay
the bid price in cash or
certified funds and an
additional $500.00 for
deed preparation and
recordation fees within
fifteen (15) days of the
awarding of the bid. All
bids must be accompanied
by a certified check
in the amount of 10%
of the bid which will be
returned if the bid is not
accepted. The transfer
shall be made by a deed
without warranty which is
available to all bidders for
review and is part of the
bid specifications which
bidders must obtain.
Instruction for all Bids
Bid specifications and
bid forms are available
at the office of the Superintendent
of the Union
Parish School Board.
The only bids that will
be accepted must be
contained on a bid form
that will be provided by
that office. All inquiries
should be directed to the
Superintendent, Union
Parish School Board, P.
O. Box 308, Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241.
Bids must be hand delivered
to the Union Parish
School Board at its office,
at 1206 Marion Highway,
Farmerville, Louisiana or
received by certified mail,
Union Parish School
Board Office, P. O. Box
308, Farmerville, Louisiana
71241 no later than
2:00 PM Thursday, April
16, 2015. Sealed bids
must be hand delivered
or sent by certified mail
in an envelope clearly
marked: “Bid for School
Property”.
The Union Parish School
Board reserves the right
to reject any bid for sale
or to accept the high bid
that meets specifications
of the bid for sale.
Dr. George Cannon,
Superintendent
Union Parish School
Board
3/12/15 3/19/15 3/26/15
ADVERTISEMENT FOR
BIDS
Sealed bids or electronic
bids are requested by Union
Parish School District from
general contractors for
construction of:
PROJECT NAME: Union
Parish Elementary School
– Classroom Improvements
SCHOOL: Union Parish
Elementary School
PROJECT NO.:
Bids will be received at the
Union Parish School District
Office, 1206 Marion Hwy.,
Farmerville, LA 71241 until:
2:00 PM, LOCAL TIME, April
16, 2015 at which time and
place the bids will be publicly
opened and read aloud.
Bidders have the option to
submit their bids electronically
by using Bid Express.
Complete Bid Documents
for this project are available
in electronic form. They may
be obtained without charge
and without deposit from
www.lettermansdigitalvault.
com . Printed copies are not
available from the Designer,
but arrangements can be
made to obtain them through
most reprographic firms.
Plan holders are responsible
for their own reproduction
costs. Questions about this
procedure shall be directed
to the Designer at:
Coleman Partners Architects
LLC
3377 North Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
(225) 387-4414
The successful Bidder is
allowed 320 calendar days
to complete the Project from
the date of a Notice to Proceed.
Liquidated damages
will be assessed at $500 for
each consecutive calendar
day for which the work is not
substantially complete and
$500 for each consecutive
calendar day for which all of
the work listed on the punch
list is not complete.
Bid Documents may be reviewed
at the office of Coleman
Partners Architects
LLC, 3377 North Blvd, Baton
Rouge, LA, 70806 and TBA
Studio, 103 Cypress Drive,
Monroe, LA 71203.
Bids must be accompanied
by a bid security equal to
five percent (5%) of the base
bid and include all additive
alternates in the form of a
certified check, cashier’s
check or bid bond. A bid
bond shall be written by a
company with a current A.M.
Best Rating of “A-“ (Excellent),
Financial Size Category
“VII” with a “Stable”
Outlook and licensed in the
State of Louisiana.
The successful bidder will
be required to furnish the
following bonds written by a
company with a current A.M.
Best Rating of “A-“ (Excellent),
Financial Size Category
“VII” with a “Stable”
Outlook and licensed in the
State of Louisiana: Performance
Bond in an amount
equal to one hundred percent
(100%) of the contract
amount; and Payment Bond
in an amount equal to one
hundred percent (100%) of
the contract amount.
A PRE-BID CONFERENCE
will be held at 10:00 a.m. on
April 2, 2015 in the Board
Room of the Union Parish
School District Office, 1206
Marion Hwy., Farmerville,
LA 71241
Attendance at this Pre-bid
Conference is Mandatory
and bidders must be seated
prior to 10:00 a.m. in order
to submit a bid.
Contract, if awarded, will be
on the basis stated in the
Instructions to Bidders. The
non-collusion affidavit and
other requirements must
be hand delivered by the
apparent low bidder within 5
business days of the bid
opening. No bid may be
withdrawn for a period of
45 days after bid opening
except as provided by law.
Bidders must meet the
requirements of the State
of Louisiana Contractor’s
Licensing Law, R.S.
37:2151 et seq.
NOTE: BIDS SHALL ONLY
BE ACCEPTED FROM
CONTRACTORS WHO
ARE LICENSED UNDER
LOUISIANA CONTRACTORS
LICENSING LAW
FOR THE MAJOR CLASSIFICATION
OF BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION.
The Union Parish School
District reserves the right to
award the project on whatever
basis is in the interest
of the Owner and to accept
or reject any or all bids and
to waive technicalities and
informalities.
Mr. Robert C. James Jr.,
President
Union Parish School District
Dr. George Cannon, Superintendent
Union Parish School District
3/26/15 4/2/15
I Marcy Witherington, Dannny
Witherington, John Haddox,
and Marlo Haddox,
owner of Antioch Grocery
LLC. I am applying to the
Office of Alcohol Tobacco
Control of the State of
Louisiana and The Town of
Farmerville Louisiana, for a
permit to sell beverages of
low alcoholic content at retail
in the Town of Farmerville
LA, Union Parish at the following
address 4960 Hwy 2
Farmerville LA 71241.
3/26/15 4/2/15
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ABOUT YOUR
DRINKING WATER
Monitoring Requirements
not met by Salem Water
System.
We are required to monitor
your drinking water for
chlorine residual at point of
collection taps at the same
time bacteriological samples
are collected. Results of
regular monitoring are an
indicator of whether or not
your drinking water meets
health standards. During
the monitoring period of
February 01, 2015 through
February 28, 2015, the Salem
Water System “did not
complete all monitoring od
testing” for coliform bacteria
as set forth in the State and
Federal Primary Drinking
Water Regulations[Part
XII of the Louisiana State
Sanitary Code(LAC 51:XII) ].
Therefore, the Salem Water
System cannot be sure of the
quality of your drinking water
during that time.
This situation was due
to: Failure to collect the
required bacteriological
samples for monitoring
period February 01, 2015
through February 28, 2015
for the Salem Water System
What does this mean?
This is not an emergency.
There is nothing you need
to do at this time. As our
customer, you have the right
to know what happened and
what is being done to correct
the situation.
The following action(s) have
been taken to correct this
issue “We have addressed
the cause of the missed
monitoring and are now
monitoring as required and
will continue to do so as
scheduled.”
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.
This notice is being sent to
you by Salem Water System,
LA1111014. If you have any
questions about this notice
please contact the water
system directly: Gary Taylor,
President at 318-376-5970
3/26/15
“Anyone knowing the whereabouts
of any of the heirs
of the deceased, JAMES
REUBEN MAY, please
contact David F. Post, Attorney
at Law, 105 East
Bayou Street, Farmerville,
Louisiana, 71241, or (318)
368-9707.”
3/26/15
REGULAR MEETING,
UNION PARISH SCHOOL
BOARD
March 9, 2015
The Union Parish School
Board met in Regular Session
at the Union Parish
School Board Office in
Farmerville, Louisiana, on
Monday, March 9, 2015 at
6:00 p.m. Members were
present as follows: Mr.
Robert C. James, Jr., Mr.
Danny Smith, Mr. Frankie
Futch, Mrs. Judy Mabry, Mrs.
Shannon Barkley, Mrs. Sharon
Stewart, Mrs. Challana
Dean, and Mr. Clyde Hays.
Absent from the meeting
was Mr. John Ellis.
President James called the
meeting to order and gave
the invocation.
On motion by Mrs. Barkley,
seconded by Mrs. Dean, the
Board approved the agenda
for the March 9, 2015 Regular
Board Meeting as printed.
On motion by Mr. Futch,
seconded by Mr. Smith, the
Board approved the minutes
for the February 9, 2015
Regular Board Meeting
and the February 12, 2015
Special Board Meeting as
printed.
Karen Barefield, Taylor and
Sons Insurance and Financial
Services, presented an
engraved award to Richard
Roy, chemistry, environmental
science, and physical
science teacher, as well as
coach, at Union Parish High
School, as “Employee of the
Month” for February, 2015.
Richard Roy, Union Parish
High School Football Coach,
introduced to the Board the
following graduating seniors
who have signed scholarships
to play collegiate
football:
Bobby Holly, Jr. -
Louisiana Tech University
Lee Hill -
Northwest Mississippi Community
College
Quan Qualls -
Northwest Mississippi Community
College
Monquairious Caldwell -
Arkansas Baptist College
DeAndre Elliott -
Arkansas Baptist College
Arturo Nation -
Arkansas Baptist College
Shakeem Tisdale -
Arkansas Baptist College
Volkert staff gave an update
on the master plan for the
district’s capital projects
resulting from the May 3,
2014 election.
Debra James, 21st Century
Grant Coordinator, reported
to the Board on the status of
the 21st Century Grant and
its third year budget.
On motion by Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mrs. Barkley,
the Board authorized the
Superintendent to sign
all documents necessary
to effectuate the grant for
year three.
On motion by Mr. Futch,
seconded by Mr. Hays, the
Board approved a petition
to Senator Bill Cassidy
requesting protection/continuation
of the 21st Century
Grant Program.
On motion by Mrs. Stewart,
seconded by Mrs. Dean,
the Board approved a Contingency
Plan for the 2014-
2015 school year extending
the school year by one day,
making Friday, May 22, 2015
the last day for students.
The extension was needed
due to the four missed
instructional days because
of inclement weather. Three
extra days were built into the
2014-2015 school calendar.
On motion by Mrs. Mabry,
seconded by Mr. Futch, the
Board granted permission
to advertise for bids for the
Union Parish Elementary
School renovation project
once construction documents
and specifications
are completed.
President James asked for
public comments on the
renovation of Downsville
Charter School. None were
received.
On motion by Mrs. Barkley,
seconded by Mrs. Dean,
the Board granted permission
to advertise for bids
for the Downsville Charter
School renovation project
once construction documents
and specifications
are completed.

On motion by Mrs. Dean,
seconded by Mr. Hays, the
Board granted approval to
re-advertise for the sale
of the Spearsville School
property with a minimum
bid to be eighty percent
of the appraised value of
$200,000 which would equal
at least $160,000. Bids must
be received no later than
2:00 p.m., Thursday, April
16, 2015.
On motion by Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mrs. Dean, the
Board granted approval to
re-advertise for the sale of
the Linville School property
with a minimum bid to be
eighty percent of the appraised
value of $25,000
which would equal at least
$20,000. Bids must be
received no later than
2:00 p.m., Thursday, April
16, 2015.
On motion by Mrs. Dean,
seconded by Mr. Hays, the
Board granted approval to
advertise for the sale of
the Lillie School property
with a minimum bid to be
eighty-five percent of the
appraised value of $180,000
which would equal at least
$153,000. Bids must be
received no later than 2:00
p.m., Thursday, April 16,
2015. Mrs. Dean commented
that any property
owned by other parties will
need to be removed by a
responsible party.
On motion by Mr. Futch,
seconded by Mr. Hays,
the Board approved the
financial statements for
January, 2015.
The Board was informed of
the following retirements:
1. Wanda Washington -
Union Parish Junior High
School
Special Education Teacher
Effective: July 15, 2015
2. Rebecca Jackson -
Union Parish Junior High
School
Special Education Teacher
Effective: July 1, 2015
The Board was informed of
the following resignation:
1. W. J. Jenkins -
Bus Shop Mechanic
Effective: March 3, 2015
The Board was informed of
the following employment:
1. Sharon Purifoy -
Downsville Charter School/
Mom’s Helper/
Head Start/Union Parish
Elementary School
Effective: March 2, 2015
The Board was informed
of the following medical
leaves:
1. Mildred Ferguson -
Union Parish Elementary
School, Teacher
Effective: March 5 – June
5, 2015
2. Richard Evans -
Union Parish High School,
Bus Driver
Effective: February 10 –
23, 2015
The Board was informed
of the following employee
entering the Deferred Retirement
Option Program:
1. Jeffery Carr -
Central Office
Assistant Transportation
Manager
Effective: April 14, 2015
On motion by Mrs. Mabry,
seconded by Mrs. Barkley,
the Board ratified all
personnel actions taken
by the Superintendent of
Schools and stated on and/
or attached to the agenda of
March 9, 2015.
The Board, having set it
next Regular Board Meeting
for Monday, April 13, 2015
at 6:00 p.m. to be held at
the Union Parish School
Board Office in Farmerville,
Louisiana, adjourned on this
the 9th day of March, 2015.
George Cannon, Secretary
Union Parish School
Board
Robert C. James, Jr., President
Union Parish School
Board
3/26/15

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