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I Benoit Holloway Jr. owner
of Main Street Southern Grill
of Farmerville 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 712
North Main St. Farmerville
LA 71241.
1/22/15 1/29/15

The following units will be
auctioned off on 2/7/15 at
9:00 a.m. at the location
listed above. Cash only to
highest bidder.
1. Tamekia Gibson Unit 2
- 15 x 10 cc. Furniture and
household goods.
2. Roshunda Johnikin Unit
13 10 x 10 cc. Furniture and
household goods.
3. Stephen Cross Unit 409
10 x 10. Furniture and
household goods.
Please call the day of sale
to insure we will still have it.
318-368-7201
1/29/15

The Holmesville Water
System is currently in violation
of the maximum
contaminant level (MCL) for
total trihalomethanes as set
forth by the State[Part XII of
the Louisiana State Sanitary
Code (LAC 51:XII)] 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.
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 standard
for public water systems
serving less than 10,000
individuals initially became
effective and enforceable
on January 1, 2004. Compliance
with the TTHMs
standard is determined by
calculating a locational running
annual average (LRAA)
of quarterly TTHMs sample
results. Compliance calculations
performed for the
third quarter of 2014 show
that the system’s current
TTHMs LRAAs are 183 ppb
at DBP01 - Highway 15 and
196 ppb at DBP02 - Jones
and Pardue Road; thus, the
system is currently in violation
of the TTHMs standard.
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 posting this
notice in a public place or
distributing copies by hand
or mail.
This is not an emergency. If
it had been, you would have
been notified immediately.
EPA and LDHH 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.
The Holmesville Water System
would like to reassure its
customers that the water is
safe to drink. We ask for your
patience and understanding
as we address this ongoing
problem.
Please call 318-982-7299 if
you have any questions or
concerns.
January 21, 2015
1/29/15

Linville-Haile Water System,
Inc. January 20, 2015 2014
109 Reynolds Rd. Marion,
LA 71260 (318-292-4121)
President: Kenn Harrell
(318-292-4228)
Linville Haile Water System,
Inc. is an “Equal Opportunity
Provider”
NOTIFICATION:
The Linville-Haile Water
System is currently in
violation of the maximum
contaminant level (MCL)
for total trihalomethanes
(TTHMs) as set forth by
the State [Part XII of the
Louisiana State Sanitary
Code (LAC 51:XII)] 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 have
an increased risk of getting
cancer.
In December 1998, EPA
set enforceable drinking
water standard for TTHMs
at 80 parts per billion (ppb)
to reduce the risk of cancer
or other adverse health
effects. Compliance with
the new TTHMs standard
for all public water systems
serving less than 10,000
individuals initially became
effective and enforceable
on January 1, 2004. Compliance
with the TTHMs
standard is determined
by calculating a locational
running annual average
(LRAA) of quarterly TTHMs
sample results. Compliance
calculations performed during
the fourth quarter of
2014 show that the system’s
TTHMs LRAA is 97 ppb at
DBP01 – Hooker Hole and
93 ppb at DBP02 – George
Reppond: thus, the system
is currently in violation of the
TTHMs standard.
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).
Copies of this notification
will also be mailed directly
to all current members of
the water system.
This is not an emergency. If
it had been, you would have
been notified immediately.
EPA and LDHH 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 levels above the
standard (e.g., 20 years of
exposure) has the potential
to have serious adverse
effects on human health.
1/29/15

Dear CustomersThe Sardis
Water System is currently
in violation of the maximum
contaminant level (MCL) for
total trihalomethanes as
set forth by the State [Part
XII of the Louisiana State
Code (LAC 51:XII] 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 (DBP’s), EPA
and LDHH set standards
for controlling the levels of
disinfectants and DBP’s in
drinking water, including
trihalomethanes (THMs)
and halacetic 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.
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 standard
for public water systems
serving less than 10,000
individuals initially became
effective and enforceable
on January 1, 2004. Compliance
with the TTHMs
standard is determined
by calculating a locational
running annual average
(LRAA) of quarterly TTHMs
sample results. Compliance
calculations performed the
forth quarter of 2014 show
that the system’s current
TTHMs LRAA is 206 ppb at
DBP01 – Florence Williams
Rd and 212 ppb at DBP03
– 2046 Hicks/Frasier Rd;
thus, the system is currently
in violation of the TTHMs
standard. This is not an
emergency. If it had been,
you would have been notified
immediately. EPA and
LDHH 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.
The Sardis Water System is
working to correct this problem.
If you have any questions
contact the President
of the Board Kathy Harrison,
Secretary Angela Freeman
or Head Well Operator David
Freeman at 318-368-0740.
1/29/15

OFFICIAL NOTICE OF
BOND SALE
$15,000,000
GENERAL OBLIGATION
SCHOOL BONDS, SERIES
2015
CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL
DISTRICT NO. 1
OF THE PARISH OF
UNION, STATE OF LOUISIANA
Sealed bids or electronic
bids via PARITY7
will be received until twelve
(12:00) o’clock p.m.,
Louisiana (Central) Time,
on Thursday, February
12, 2015.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Parish School
Board of the Parish of
Union, State of Louisiana
(the ASchool Board@),
acting as the governing
authority of Consolidated
School District No. 1 of the
Parish of Union, State of
Louisiana (the AIssuer@),
will receive sealed bids or
electronic bids via PARITY7
at its regular meeting place,
the Union Parish School
Board Office, 1206 Marion
Hwy., Farmerville, Louisiana
71241, until twelve (12:00)
o’clock p.m., Louisiana
(Central) Time, on Thursday,
February 12, 2014 (or such
other date as may be determined
by the School Board
and advertised by Munifacts
Disclosure Service) for the
purchase of Fifteen Million
Dollars ($15,000,000) of
General Obligation School
Bonds, Series 2015 (the
“Bonds”) of the Issuer, being
the second emission
of bonds autho¬rized at an
election held in the Issuer
on May 3, 2014, for the
acquiring and/or improving
lands for building sites and
playgrounds, including construction
of necessary sidewalks
and streets adjacent
thereto; purchasing, erecting
and/or improving school
buildings and other school
related facilities within and
for the District, and acquiring
the necessary equipment
and furnishings therefor,
and specifically for those
facilities, technology and
security initiatives set forth
in the ACapital Improvement
Plan@ approved by the
School Board on January
13, 2014, title to which
shall be in the public, under
the authority conferred by
Article VI, Section 33 of the
Constitu¬tion of the State
of Louisiana of 1974, Sub-
Part A, Part III, Chapter 4,
Title 39 of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950,
as amended, and other
constitutional and statutory
authority.
Electronic bids will be
received for the Bonds
via PARITY7, in the manner
described below, until
twelve (12:00) o’clock p.m.,
Louisiana (Central) Time,
on Thursday, February
12, 2014.
Bids may be submitted
electronically via PARITY7
pursuant to this Official
Notice of Bond Sale until
twelve (12:00) o’clock p.m.,
Louisiana (Central) Time),
but no bid will be received
after the time for receiving
bids specified above. To
the extent any instructions or
directions set forth in PARITY7
conflict with this Official
Notice of Bond Sale, the
terms of this Official Notice
of Bond Sale shall control.
For further information about
PARITY7, potential bidders
may contact PARITY7 at
(212) 849-5021.
Each prospective electronic
bidder shall be solely responsible
to register to bid
via PARITY7 as described
above. Each qualified prospective
electronic bidder
shall be solely responsible
to make necessary arrangements
to access PARITY7
for the purposes of submitting
its bid in a timely manner
and in compliance with the
requirements of the Notice
of Sale. Neither the Issuer
nor PARITY7, shall have
any duty or obligation to
provide or assure access
to PARITY7 to any prospective
bidder, and neither the
Issuer nor PARITY7 shall be
responsible for a bidder’s
failure to register to bid or for
proper operation of, or have
any liability for any delays or
interruptions of, or any damages
caused by, PARITY7.
The Issuer is using PARITY7
as a communication
mechanism, and not as the
Issuer’s agent, to conduct
the electronic bidding for
the Bonds. No other form of
electronic bid or provider of
electronic bidding services
will be accepted. The Issuer
is not bound by any
advice and determination
of PARITY7 to the effect that
any particular bid complies
with the terms of this Official
Notice of Bond Sale and in
particular the “Bid Requirements”
hereinafter set forth.
All costs and expenses
incurred by prospective bidders
in connection with their
registration and submission
of bids via PARITY7 are the
sole responsibility of the
bidders; and the Issuer is
not responsible, directly or
indirectly, for any of such
costs or expenses. If a prospective
bidder encounters
any difficulty in submitting,
modifying or withdrawing a
bid for the Bonds, he should
telephone PARITY7 at (212)
849-5021 and notify the Issuer’s
Bond Counsel, Foley
& Judell, L.L.P. at (504)
568-1249.
Electronic bids must be
submitted for the purchase
of the Bonds via PARITY7.
Bids will be communicated
electronically to the Issuer at
twelve (12:00) o’clock p.m.,
Louisiana (Central) Time,
on Thursday, February 12,
2014. Prior to that time, a
prospective bidder may (1)
submit the proposed terms
of its bid via PARITY7, (2)
modify the proposed terms
of its bid, in which event
the proposed terms as last
modified will (unless the bid
is withdrawn as described
herein) constitute its bid for
the Bonds, or (3) withdraw
its proposed bid. Once the
bids are communicated
electronically via PARITY7
to the Issuer, each bid will
constitute an irrevocable
offer to purchase the Bonds
on the terms therein provided.
For purposes of the
electronic bidding process,
the time as maintained on
PARITY7 shall constitute
the official time.
Bids will also be accepted
in written form on the Official
Bid Form. The Issuer
will receive sealed bids at
the Union Parish School
Board Office, 1206 Marion
Hwy., Farmerville, Louisiana
71241, for the purchase
of Fifteen Million Dollars
($15,000,000) of principal
amount of General Obligation
School Bonds, Series
2015, of the Issuer. Each bid
must be in written form on the
Official Bid Form in a sealed
envelope marked “Proposal
for the Purchase of General
Obligation School Bonds,
Series 2015, of Consolidated
School District No. 1
of the Parish of Union, State
of Louisiana”. For purposes
of accepting written bids,
the time as maintained on
PARITY7 shall constitute
the official time.
The Bonds will be dated the
date of delivery thereof, will
be payable from unlimited
ad valorem taxation, and
will be in the denomina¬tion
of Five Thousand Dollars
($5,000) each, or any integral
multiple thereof within a
single maturity. The Bonds
will bear interest from date
thereof or the most recent
interest payment date to
which interest has been
paid or duly provided for, at
a rate or rates not exceeding
six per centum (6%) per
annum on any Bond in any
interest payment period,
said interest to be payable
on September 1, 2015, and
semiannu¬ally thereafter on
March 1 and September 1 of
each year. The Bonds will
mature serially on March 1 of
each year as follows, to-wit:
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026 800,000
2027 835,000
2028 865,000
2029 900,000
2030 930,000
2031 970,000
2032 1,005,000
2033 1,045,000
2034 1,085,000
2035 1,125,000
Year Principal
Payment
$595,000
615,000
640,000
665,000
690,000
715,000
745,000
775,000
The Bonds will be issued
as fully registered bonds
in Abook-entry only@ form
and registered in the name
of Cede & Co., as nominee
of The Depository Trust
Company, New York, New
York (ADTC@). DTC will act
as securities depository for
the bonds, and purchasers
of the Bonds will not receive
certificates representing
their interest in the Bonds
purchased.
Those Bonds maturing
March 1, 2026 and
thereaf¬ter, will be callable
for redemption by the Issuer
in full, or in part, at any time
on or after March 1, 2025,
and if less than a full maturity,
then by lot within such maturity,
at the principal amount
thereof and accrued interest
to the date fixed for redemption.
Bonds are not required
to be redeemed in inverse
order of maturity. In the event
any Bond to be redeemed is
of a denomina¬tion larger
than Five Thousand Dollars
($5,000), a portion of
such Bond ($5,000 or any
multiple thereof) may be
redeemed. Official notice of
such call of any of the Bonds
for redemption will be given
by first class mail, postage
prepaid, by notice deposited
in the United States mails
not less than thirty (30) days
prior to the redemption date
addressed to the registered
owner of each bond to be
redeemed at his address as
shown on the registra¬tion
books of the Paying Agent.
The principal of the Bonds,
upon maturity or redemption,
will be payable at the
principal corporate trust
office of the Paying Agent
upon presentation and surrender
thereof, and interest
on the Bonds will be payable
by the Paying Agent by
check mailed by the Paying
Agent to the registered
owner (determined as of
the 15th calendar day of
the month next preceding
said interest payment date)
at the address as shown on
the books of said Paying
Agent. Said Paying Agent
will be a qualified bank or
trust company selected by
the Issuer.
Except as provided under
DTC=s book-entry only
system, the Bonds may be
transferred, registered and
assigned only on the registration
books of the Paying
Agent, and such registration
shall be at the expense of
the Issuer. A Bond may be
assigned by the execution
of an assignment form
on the Bonds or by other
instruments of transfer and
assignment acceptable to
the Paying Agent. A new
Bond or Bonds will be delivered
by the Paying Agent to
the last assignee (the new
registered owner) in exchange
for such transferred
and assigned Bonds after
receipt of the Bonds to be
transferred in proper form.
Such new Bond or Bonds
must be in the denomination
of Five Thousand Dollars
($5,000) or any integral
multiple thereof within a
single maturity. Neither
the Issuer nor the Paying
Agent shall be required
to issue, register, transfer
or exchange (i) any Bond
during a period beginning
at the opening of business
on the 15th day of the month
next preceding an interest
payment date and ending
at the close of business on
the interest payment date,
or (ii) any Bond called for
redemption prior to maturity
during a period beginning
at the opening of business
fifteen (15) days before the
date of the mailing of a notice
of redemption of such Bonds
and ending on the date of
such redemption.
In connection with the sale
of the Bonds, a good faith
deposit of 1% of the principal
amount of the Bonds will
be required. The manner
and time of such deposit
shall be set forth in the
Preliminary Official Statement
for the Bonds. The
good faith deposit of the
successful bidder or bidders
will be deposited and the
proceeds credited against
the purchase price of the
series of Bonds, or in the
case of neglect or refusal
to comply with such bid, will
be forfeited to the Issuer as
and for liquidated damages.
No interest will be allowed
on the amount of the good
faith deposit.
Bidders shall name the rate
or rates of interest the Bonds
shall bear, not exceeding six
per centum (6%) per annum
on any Bond in any interest
payment period. Bids must
stipulate a purchase price
for the Bonds not less than
the par value thereof and
accrued interest from the
date of the Bonds to the
date of delivery of the Bonds.
No bid which specifies
cancellation of the Bonds
will be considered. No bids
providing for additional or
supplemental interest will
be consid¬ered.
The School Board will meet
at the place and time hereinabove
set forth for the receipt
of bids. The Bonds will be
awarded to the bidder whose
bid offers the lowest “true
interest cost” to the Issuer for
the full authorized amount of
the Bonds, to be determined
by doubling the semiannual
interest rate (compounded
semiannually) necessary
to discount the debt service
payments on the Bonds from
the payment dates to the
dated date of the Bonds,
such that the sum of such
present values is equal
to the price bid, including
any premium bid but not
including interest accrued
to the date of delivery (the
preceding calculation is
sometimes referred to as
the “Canadian Interest Cost
Method” or “Present Value
Method”). In the case of a
tie bid, the winning bid will
be awarded by lot. If any bid
for the Bonds shall be acceptable,
a prompt award of
the bonds will be made. The
right is expressly reserved to
waive any irregularity in any
bid or to reject any and all
bids received.
The Official Statement containing
pertinent information
relative to the authorization,
sale and security of the
Bonds is being prepared
and may be obtained upon
its completion from the
Issuer’s Bond Counsel,
Foley & Judell, L.L.P., One
Canal Place, Suite 2600,
365 Canal Street, New Orleans,
Louisiana 70130. The
Purchaser will be furnished
a reasonable number of
final official statements on
or before the seventh business
day following the sale
of the Bonds.
The approving legal opinion
of Foley & Judell, L.L.P.,
Bond Counsel, who have
supervised the proceedings,
the Bonds and the transcripts
of record as passed
upon will be furnished to the
successful bidders without
cost to them. Said transcripts
will contain the usual
closing proofs, including
a certificate that up to the
time of delivery no litigation
has been filed questioning
the validity of the Bonds or
the taxes necessary to pay
the same.
It is anticipated that the
American Bankers’ Association
Committee on Uniform
Security Identification Procedures
(CUSIP) identification
numbers will be printed
on the Bonds, but the failure
to print such numbers shall
not constitute cause for
refusal by the successful
bidder to accept delivery of
and to pay for the Bonds. No
CUSIP identification number
shall be deemed to be part
of any Bond or a part of the
contract evidenced thereby,
and no liability shall hereafter
attach to the Issuer or
any of the officers or agents
thereof because of or on
account of such numbers.
All expenses in relation to
the printing of the CUSIP
identification numbers on
the Bonds shall be paid
by the Issuer. However,
the CUSIP Service Bureau
charge for the assignment of
such numbers shall be the
responsibility of and shall
be paid by the successful
bidder.
In order to assist bidders
in complying with S.E.C.
Rule 15c2-12(b)(5), the
Governing Authority will
undertake, pursuant to the
resolution providing for the
issuance of the Bonds and
a Continuing Disclosure
Certificate, to provide annual
reports and notices of certain
events. A description of
this undertaking is set forth
in the Preliminary Official
Statement and will also be
set forth in the Final Official
Statement.
For information relative to
the Bonds and not contained
in the Notice of Bond Sale
and Official Statement, address
Ms. Megan Wiens,
Chief Financial Officer,
Union Parish School Board,
1206 Marion Hwy., Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241,
or Foley & Judell, L. L. P.,
Bond Counsel, One Canal
Place, 365 Canal Street,
Suite 2600, New Orleans,
Louisiana 70130-1138.
THUS DONE AND SIGNED
at Farmerville, Louisiana, on
this, the 12th day of January,
2015.
/s/ Robert C. James, Jr.
President
ATTEST:
/s/ George Cannon
Secretary
1/29/15
Mobile Homes/Rent
For rent, 530 N. Washington
3BR/2BR mobile
homes, call Ella
at 714.624.2426.
Unfurn. Houses
For rent, unfurnished
2/BR house 630 N.
Spillway Rd., call
318.348.6089.
House for rent or
lease, 2BR/1BA,
large living room,
kitchen and dining
room combined, with
appliances, laundry
room with washer
and dryer, carport
and cover patio, no
pets, no smoking,
located in Marion in
a nice neighborhood.
Call 318.292.4232 or
951.733.1774.
Lost / Found
Found ring i n
Wal-mart parking
lot, call to identify
318.348.6004

Found, November 1,
a pair of saw horses
at the intersection
of Hopewell Rd and
Deloutre Switch, call
318-608-1880.

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 ring in front
of American Legion
Hall call to describe,
318.368.8355.

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.

Found a set of keys
at Pickers Paradise
call 318.366.3180 to
identify.
Mobile Homes/Sale
Will pay cash for mobile
homes, please
call, 318-680-9611.
Work Wanted
STUMP REMOVAL,
Free estimates
call James Stewart
318.243.1009 or
318.768.2554.