Legal Notices
last updated: 07-30-2015
SHERIFF’S SALE
Third District Court
Parish of Union
State of Louisiana
WELLS FARGO BANK NA
Vs. C.D. 46576
CURTIS W WILLIAMS
By virtue of a WRIT OF SEIZURE
AND SALE issued out
of the Third District Court, in
and for the Parish of Union,
State of Louisiana, in the
above styled and numbered
cause and to me directed
as Sheriff of Union Parish, I
have seized and taken into
my possession and will offer
for sale at public auction
in the lobby of the Union
Parish Sheriff’s Complex
at 710 Holder Road in the
Town of Farmerville, Louisiana,
within legal hours of
sale, on August 05, 2015,
the following described
property, to-wit:
The land referred to in this
policy is situated in the
State of Louisiana, Parish
of Union, and described
as follows:
The following described
property:
Lot 7 and a portion of Lot
6 of Hilltop Subdivision, a
subdivision of Union Parish,
Louisiana, per the process
verbal and plat thereof on
file and of record in Conveyance
Book 1121 at page 75,
records of the Clerk of Court
of Union Parish, Louisiana,
the entirety of said property
being more particularly described
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at an existing
1/2 inch rebar set at the
Southeast corner of said
Lot 7, and from said point of
beginning, run thence North
81 degrees 45 minutes 34
seconds West along the
South line of said Lot 7 for
a distance of 201.44 feet
and to a 1/2 inch rebar set
at the Southwest corner of
said Lot 7, thence run North
01 degree 13 minutes East
along the West line of said
Lot 7 for a distance of 125
feet, and to a 1/2 inch rebar
set at the Northwest corner
of said Lot 7; thence run
North 01 degree 13 minutes
East along the West line of
said Lot 6 for a distance of
10.35 feet, and to a 1/2 inch
rebar; thence run South
82 degrees 13 minutes 11
seconds East for a distance
of 198.77 feet, and to a 1/2
inch rebar set on the East
line of said Lot 6; thence
run South 00 degrees 11
minutes 13 seconds West
along the East line of said
Lot 6 for a distance of 7.91
feet, and to a 1/2 inch rebar
set at the Northeast corner of
said Lot 7; thence run South
00 degrees 11 minutes 13
seconds West along the
East line of said Lot 7 for
a distance of 129.38 feet,
and back to the point of
beginning, containing 0.621
acre, more or less; subject
to restrictions, servitudes,
rights-of-way and outstanding
mineral rights of record
affecting the property.
Being the same property
conveyed to CURTIS W.
WILLIAMS, A SINGLE MAN
by deed from DEBRA L. WILLIAMS,
A SINGLE WOMAN,
dated 1/31/06, filed 2/7/06
and recorded in Deed in
Book 1159, Page 626 in
Union Parish Records.
Municipal address believed
to be 180 Skyline Drive,
Farmerville, La 71241
Seized as the property of
the defendant and will be
sold to satisfy said WRIT
OF SEIZURE AND SALE
and all costs.
Terms of sale: Cash to the
last and highest bidder,
WITHOUT the benefit of
appraisement.
DUSTY J. GATES
Sheriff
07/30/15

ADVERTISEMENT FOR
BIDS
SEALED PROPOSALS
FOR:
2015 PILE DRIVING PROJECT,
will be received by
the Bayou D’Arbonne Lake
Watershed District at the
office of the Engineer, Riley
Company of Louisiana, Inc.,
112 East Mississippi Ave.,
Ruston, LA 71270 until 10:00
A.M., local time, on Wednesday,
August 12, 2015. No
proposals will be received
after this hour or date. On
this date and specified time,
bids will be publicly opened
and read aloud.
PROJECT: 2015 Pile Driving
Project
CONTRACT TIME: 50
Calendar Days
LIQUIDATED DAMAGES:
$200.00 per Calendar Day
Complete sets of drawings,
specifications, and forms
may be obtained at the
office of RILEY COMPANY
OF LOUISIANA, INC., 112
East Mississippi Avenue,
P.O. Drawer 1303, Ruston,
Louisiana 71273-1303,
Telephone (318) 251-0238,
Fax (318) 251-0239. Cost
per contract set is $25.00.
Any unsuccessful bidder,
upon returning such set
within ten days of bid opening
and in good condition,
will be refunded the deposit
and any non-bidder upon so
returning such set within ten
days of bid opening will be
refunded $10.00.
Bidders are advised that a
Performance and Payment
Bond each in the amount
of 100 percent (100%) of
the Contract Price, will be
required for any project
amount over $25,000. No
Bidder may withdraw his
bid within thirty (30) days
after the actual date of the
opening thereof.
Types of construction required
for this project include
furnishing and driving channel
markers within Bayou
D’Arbonne Lake.
The BAYOU D’ARBONNE
LAKE WATERSHED DISTRICT
reserves the right to
reject any or all proposals
for just cause.
BAYOU D’ARBONNE LAKE
COMMISSION
Steve Cagle
President
7/30/15 8/6/15

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
FARMERVILLE ZONING
COMMISSION
A public hearing will be
held on Monday, August
3, 2015 at 5:30p.m., at the
Farmerville Town Hall on
407 South Main Street,
Farmerville, Louisiana to
hear the views and opinions
of the citizens concerning
the zoning change of the
property belonging to Mr.
Deddric Wright, located at
301 Bernice Avenue to B-1
for a takeout food business.
Legal description as follows:
N 88 FT. SOUTH OF NW/C
OF LOT 8 OF BLK W
OF SMITH ADDITION,
THENCE RUN E. 91 FT., S.
TO S. LINE OF LOT 7, W.
91 FT., N. TO P.O.B.
7/30/15

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
FARMERVILLE ZONING
COMMISSION
A public hearing will be
held on Monday, August
3, 2015 at 5:30p.m., at the
Farmerville Town Hall on
407 South Main Street,
Farmerville, Louisiana to
hear the views and opinions
of the citizens concerning
the zoning change of the
property belonging to Mr.
Lavelle Maine, located at
198 Betty Street to R-3 for
a mobile home.
Legal description as follows:
BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF
THAT CERTAIN LOT DESCRIBED
AS THE SOUTH
ONE-HALF(½) OF THE
FOLLOWING; “BEGIN AT
THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE LOT SOLD
BY MRS. H.E. SLAWSON
TO CHARLIE OWENS,
OR BEGINNING AT THE
NORTH-WEST CORNER
OF LOT DESCRIBED IN
DEED BOOK 25, PAGE 583,
C O N V E YA N C E R E -
CORDS OF UNION PARISH,
LOUISIANA, MADE A
PART HEREOF BY REFERENCE,
AND FROM
THENCE RUN NORTH
70 YARDS; THENCE RUN
EAST 70 YARDS, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 70 YARDS,
THENCE RUN WEST 70
YARDS TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING,” THIS
NORTHWEST CORNER
BEING THE BEGINNING
POINT, AND FROM THIS
POINT RUN EAST 35
FEET; THENCE SOUTH
105 FEET; THENCE WEST
35 FEET, THENCE NORTH
105 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
7/30/15
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Union Parish School
Board 2015-2016 Budget
will be available for public
review beginning July 15,
2015 until August 10, 2015
from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
at the Union Parish School
Board Office in Farmerville,
Louisiana, Monday – Friday.
The Union Parish School
Board will hold a public
hearing for the 2015-2016
Budget on August 10, 2015
at 6:00 p.m. at the Union
Parish School Board Office.
7/30/15 8/6/15

PUBLIC NOTICE
LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY (LDEQ)
F O S T E R P O U LT R Y
FARMS, A CALIFORNIA
CORPORATION/FARMERVILLE
COMPLEX DRAFT
WATER DISCHARGE
PERMIT
The LDEQ, Office of Environmental
Services, is
accepting written comments
on a draft Louisiana Pollutant
Discharge Elimination
System (LPDES) permit
prepared for Foster Poultry
Farms, a California Corporations,
Farmerville Complex,
P.O. Box 831, Livingston, CA
95334. The facility is located
at 6648 Highway 15 North in
Farmerville, Union Parish.
Upon the effective date of
the final permit, the LPDES
permit shall replace the
previously issued LPDES
permit.
The principal discharge
from this existing source
is made into an unnamed
ditch, thence into Hunnicut
Creek, thence into Fourmile
Creek, thence into Bayou
D’Arbonne Lake, waters
of the state classified for
primary contact recreation,
secondary contact recreation,
and propagation of
fish and wildlife. Under the
SIC Codes 2015 and 2077,
the applicant proposes to
discharge process wastewater
and stormwater runoff
from an existing poultry
processing and rendering
facility.
During the preparation of
this permit, it has been determined
that the discharge
will have no adverse impact
on the existing uses of the
receiving waterbody. As with
any discharge, however,
some change in existing
water quality may occur.
Comments and requests for
a public hearing or notification
of the final decision can
be submitted via personal
delivery, U.S. mail, email,
or fax. Comments and
requests for public hearings
must be received by 4:30 pm
CST, MONDAY, AUGUST
31, 2015. Delivery may be
made to the drop-box at 602
N. 5th St., Baton Rouge,
LA 70802. U.S. Mail may
be sent to LDEQ, Public
Participation Group, P.O.
Box 4313, Baton Rouge, LA
70821-4313. Emails may
be submitted to DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@
LA.GOV
and faxes sent to (225)
219-3309.
Please see additional instructions
for comment
submission, hand delivery
and information regarding
electronic submission
at http://www.deq.louisiana.
gov/portal/Default.
aspx?tabid=2256 or call
(225) 219-3276. Emails
should follow the statewide
email policies. For
more information regarding
statewide email policies,
go to http://doa.louisiana.
gov/ocs/email/policies.htm.
If LDEQ finds a significant
degree of public interest, a
public hearing will be held.
LDEQ will send notification
of the final permit decision
to the applicant and to each
person who has submitted
written comments or a written
request for notification
of the final decision.
The application, draft permit,
additional information and
statement of basis are available
for review at the LDEQ,
Public Records Center,
Room 127, 602 North 5th
Street, Baton Rouge, LA.
Viewing hours are from 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday (except
holidays). The available
information can also be accessed
electronically on the
Electronic Document Management
System (EDMS)
on the DEQ public website
at www.deq.louisiana.gov.
Inquiries or requests for additional
information regarding
this permit action should
be directed to Kelli Hamilton,
LDEQ, Water Permits Division,
P.O. Box 4313, Baton
Rouge, LA 70821-4313,
phone (225) 219-3212.
Persons wishing to be included
on the LDEQ permit
public notice mailing list or
for other public participation
related questions should
contact the Public Participation
Group in writing at
LDEQ, P.O. Box 4313, Baton
Rouge, LA 70821-4313, by
email at DEQ.PUBLICNOTICES@
LA.GOV or contact
the LDEQ Customer Service
Center at (225) 219-LDEQ
(219-5337).
Permit public notices including
electronic access to the
draft permit and statement
of basis can be viewed at
the LDEQ permits public
notice webpage at www.
deq.louisiana.gov/apps/
pubNotice/default.asp and
general information related
to the public participation in
permitting activities can be
viewed at www.deq.louisiana.
gov/portal/tabid/2198/
Default.aspx.
Alternatively, individuals
may elect to receive the permit
public notices via email
by subscribing to the LDEQ
permits public notice List
Server at http://louisiana.
gov/Services/Email_Notifications_
DEQ_PN/.
All correspondence should
specify AI Number 17027,
Permit Number LA0100811,
and Activity Number
PER20140001.
7/30/15

Bid Notice
The Union Parish School
Board will be receiving bids
for gasolinediesel fuel for
the 2015-2016 school year.
Interested parties should
contact the Union Parish
School Board office and request
an information packet.
Sealed bids must be either
hand delivered or sent via
certified mail or registered
mail and received by this
office by Tuesday, August
11, 2015 before 2:00pm. The
Union Parish School Board
reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Contact & Mailing Information:
Union Parish School Board
PO Box 308
Farmerville, LA 71241
Attn.: Lyn Kenley
318-368-9715 ext.102
7/30/15 8/6/15

Public Notice: Tri-Water
System, Inc. will hold its
rescheduled annual meeting
on Monday, August
10, 2015. The meeting
will be held at the North
Union Fire Protection District
fire station (2700 Hwy.
549 – Marion, LA 71260)
at 7:00 PM.. According to
Tri-Water’s Bylaws, three
board member’s terms will
expire. Tri-Water is operated
by Nathan Wilson (318-732-
0344) and provides water to
Oakland, Truxno, Conway,
Tugwell City, Hwy 549, Hwy.
348 to the intersection of
Burch Rd., Burch Rd., Game
Reserve Rd., 2 miles of
Moshack Rd., Hwy. 15 north
of the intersection with Hwy.
549 to approximately ½ mile
from the intersection with
Cypress Creek Rd., part of
Cypress Creek Rd., Denton
Rd, Masonic Rd., Scenic
Drive, Sandfield Rd., and
Websters Bluff. All questions
can be answered by
calling Shirley Kyle at 318-
368-4115. All payments are
accepted by mail (P. O. Box
571 – Farmerville, LA 71241)
or may be paid at the Marion
State Banks in either Marion
or Farmerville. THIS INSTITUTION
IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
PROVIDER
AND EMPLOYER.
7/30/15 8/6/15

SPECIAL MEETING UNION
PARISH POLICE JURY
Farmerville, Louisiana
July 23, 2015
The Union Parish Police
Jury met this date in special
session in the Police
Jury meeting room, Courthouse
Annex, Farmerville,
Louisiana with the following
present: Charles Sawyer,
Lanny Parker, Glenn Hutto,
Steve Pylant, Ceismond
Nyegaard, John Watley &
Don Acree. Absent: A. J.
Smith & Stan Smith. The
President called the meeting
to order and welcomed
all visitors. Prayer was
expressed by Mr. Hutto. Mr.
Pylant led the group in the
Pledge of Allegiance.
President Sawyer asked
if anyone in the audience
would like to register for
public comment. At this
time, the public was given
the opportunity to comment
on any item shown on the
agenda. No comment was
made.
After the opportunity for
public comment, Motion Mr.
Hutto, seconded Mr. Watley
and declared adopted by
unanimous roll call vote
of the Jury to approve the
agenda with one addition:
Addition: 11. Discuss and
take action, if necessary,
approving travel for Registrar
of Voters personnel
for training on upcoming
elections and purchase of
necessary computer equipment.
Motion Mr. Acree, seconded
Mr. Watley to approve
Change Order #2 on the
Wheeler Road and Crow
Farm Road projects for a
decrease of $9,305.28 and
authorizing the President
to execute all necessary
documents. Motion carried
unanimously.
Mr. Watley, Road Committee
Chairman, presented
the two (2) bids received
on the Linville Fire Tower
Road, Feazel Road and
Liberty Hill Road. The bids
were: Amethyst Construction,
Inc. ($936,208.35)
and Soil Stabilizers, Inc.
($1,091,415.49). Motion
Mr. Watley, seconded Mr.
Acree to award the bid to
Amethyst Construction, Inc.
for $936,208.35 pertaining
to the 2015 road construction
projects: Linville Fire
Tower Road, Feazel Road
and Liberty Hill Road. Also
authorizes the President
to execute all necessary
documents. Motion carried
unanimously.
Motion Mr. Hutto, seconded
Mr. Parker to approve the request
from Town of Bernice
for load of cold mix; Town
to pay for materials. Motion
carried unanimously.
Motion Mr. Parker, seconded
Mr. Acree to appoint
Jimmy Hollis to the Board
of Commissioners for the
East Union Hospital Service
District replacing Bruce
Matte, Sr. (Matte resigned).
Jimmy Hollis’ appointment is
to fulfill the unexpired term
of Mr. Matte and Mr. Hollis is
also appointed for the term of
October 1, 2015- September
30, 2019. Motion carried
unanimously.
Motion Mr. Watley, seconded
Mr. Acree to table the
agenda item on recommendations
from Road Committee
concerning access road
issue for D’Arbonne Bluffs
I & II subdivision. Motion
carried unanimously.
Motion Mr. Hutto, seconded
Mr. Parker approving travel
for Registrar of Voters personnel
to Baton Rouge for
training on upcoming elections
and purchase of necessary
computer equipment.
Motion carried unanimously.
In accordance with Ordinance
549, time for public
comment was given. No
comments were made.
There being no further business
to come before the
Jury, the President declared
the meeting adjourned upon
motion by Mr. Acree, seconded
by Mr. Watley on this
the 23th day of July, 2015.
Dan Morgan, Secretary-
Treasurer
Charles Sawyer, President
7/30/15

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: 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 ¼ of NW ¼) 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 NorthWest
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 ¼ of NW ¼, 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 ½ of the NW ¼ of Section 11, T22N,R3W,
Village of Lillie, Union Parish, Louisiana and being more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Commencing at a 1 ½ 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-of-ways, 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. No bids were received on
the property, so the minimum bid for purchase was reduced to 80% of the appraised
value. No bids were received. Since this is the fourth time to advertise for bids there
is no minimum bid price for the property. 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. One-half
(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 warranty 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 at the above
address no later than 2:00 PM Thursday, August 13, 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 Lillie 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
07/16/15 07/23/15 07/30/15