Legal Notices
last updated: 08-27-2015
SHERIFF’S SALE
Third District Court
Parish of Union
State of Louisiana
MARION STATE BANK
Vs. C.D. 46784
MA DEL ROSARIO AMAYAVAZQUEZ,
MARIA YANETT
VAZQUEZ AMAYA, ALBERTO
VAZQUEZ AMAYA,
RUBI VAZQUEZ AMAYA,
ERNESTO VAZQUEZ AND
JONY VAZQUEZ
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 September 30, 2015,
the following described
property, to-wit:
LOTS 1 AND 2 OF FRACTIONAL
BLOCK 72 OF
THE TOWN OF BERNICE,
UNION PARISH,
LOUISIANA. MUNICIPAL
ADDRESS BEING 202
SCHOOL STREET, BERNICE,
LA 71222
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,
WITH the benefit of appraisement.
DUSTY J. GATES
Sheriff
08/27/15 09/24/15

Part XII of the Louisiana
State Sanitary Code requires
the notice include the
following statements:
Concord 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 and HAA5
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 second
quarter of 2015 show that
the system’s current TTHMs
LRAAs are 300 ppb at
DBP01- 802 HWY 348 and
285 ppb at DBP02- 2597
HWY 551; 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 by 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 level above the
standard (e.g., 20 years of
exposure) has the potential
to have serious adverse
effects on human health.
Part XII of the Louisiana
State Sanitary Code further
requires that the notice include
the telephone number
of the owner, operator, or
designee of the public water
system as a source of additional
information concerning
the notice. Steps being
taken to comply should also
be included.
8/27/15
Point Wilhite Water System,
Inc.
688 Prentice Pardue Road
Downsville, LA 71234
318-982-0898
pointwilhitewater@live.com
August 21, 2015
The Point Wilhite Water
System is currently in violation
of the maximum
contaminant level (MCL) for
total trihalomethanes as set
forth be 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 TTHM s 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 second quarter of 2015
show that the system’s current
TTHMs LRAA is 239
ppb at DBP01 – Littleton
Loop Rd, 176 ppb at DBP02
– Curtis Dean and 229 ppb at
DBP03 – Mt. Ararat Church
Hwy 553; 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 by 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 Point Wilhite Water
System would like to reassure
its customers the
water is safe to drink. We
ask for your patience and
understanding as we look
for a solution to correct this
ongoing problem. If you
have any additional questions
or concerns, please call
Robert Mears at 318-982-
3884 and leave a message
or email pointwilhitewater@
live.com.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider. To file
a complaint of discrimination,
write: USDA, Director,
Office of Civil Rights, 1400
Independence Avenue,
S.W., Washington, D.C.
20250-9410 or call (800)
795-3272 (voice) or (202)
720-6382 (TDD). USDA
is an equal opportunity
provider, and lender.
8/27/15
Point Wilhite Water System,
Inc.
688 Prentice Pardue Road
Downsville, LA 71234
318-982-0898
pointwilhitewater@live.com
August 21, 2015
The Point Wilhite Water
System is currently in violation
of the Public Notification
of Non-Compliance, Stage
2 Disinfection/Disinfection
By-Products Rule Monitoring
and Reporting Violation
as set forth by the State
(Part XII of the Louisiana
State Sanitary Code (LAC
51:XII.301.B. The noncompliance
(and the requirement
for public notification)
was determined as a result
of the above supply failing
to monitor and/or report
for total trihalomethanes
(TTHMs) and haloacetic
acids (HAA5) during the
monitoring period (second
quarter 2015).
We are required to monitor
your drinking water for disinfection
byproducts (total
trihalomethanes [TTHM]
and haloacetic acid-five
[HAA5] every 90 days from
the peak historical month
(August). Results of regular
monitoring are an indicator
of whether or not your
drinking water meets health
standards. During the monitoring
period of April through
June, the Point Wilhite Water
System did not monitor, did
not complete all monitoring,
or did not report the results
for total trihalomethanes
(TTHMs) and haloacetic
acids-five (HAA5), and
therefore we cannot be sure
of the quality of your water
during that time.
This violation occurred
because of the failure to
collect the required samples
for total trihalomethanes
(TTHMs) and haloacetic
acids (HAA5) from the
water system’s distribution
system.
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.
Necessary action has been
taken to prevent this violation
from recurring.
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 Point Wilhite Water
System would like to reassure
its customers the
water is safe to drink. We
ask for your patience and
understanding as we look for
a solution to correct this ongoing
problem. If you have
any additional questions or
concerns, please call Robert
Mears at 318-982-3884
and leave a message or
email pointwilhitewater@
live.com.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider. To file
a complaint of discrimination,
write: USDA, Director,
Office of Civil Rights, 1400
Independence Avenue,
S.W., Washington, D.C.
20250-9410 or call (800)
795-3272 (voice) or (202)
720-6382 (TDD). USDA
is an equal opportunity
provider, and lender.
8/27/15

SPECIAL MEETING UNION
PARISH POLICE JURY
Farmerville, Louisiana
August 20, 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, Stan Smith,
Don Acree & John Watley.
Absent: A. J. Smith. The
President called the meeting
to order and welcomed
all visitors. Prayer was
expressed by Mr. Watley.
Mr. Stan Smith led the group
in the Pledge of Allegiance.
President Sawyer asked
if anyone in the audience
would like to register for
public comment. The Jury
offered its condolences to
the family of Robert Paige.
At this time, the public was
given the opportunity to
comment on any item shown
on the agenda. No comment
was made.
Motion Mr. Hutto, seconded
Mr. Watley and declared adopted
by unanimous roll call
vote of the Jury to approve
the agenda with no changes.
ORDINANCE # 763
AN ORDINANCE TO
CHANGE POLLING PLACE
FOR PRECINCT #23
WHEREAS, The Union Parish
Police Jury is require to
maintain polling places in
said Parish,
WHEREAS, the Antioch
Community Store is no
longer eligible to be a voting
precinct,
NOWTHEREFORE, BE IT
ORDAINED by the UNION
PARISH POLICE JURY,
acting as the Governing
Authority of Union Parish,
Louisiana that the following
place be changed:
Precinct 23 from Antioch
Community Store, 4960 Hwy
2, Farmerville Louisiana
71241 to Antioch Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall,
3501 Hwy 828, Farmerville,
Louisiana 71241
The foregoing ordinance
was introduced by Mr.
Stan Smith, who moved its
adoption and duly seconded
by Mr. Hutto and was then
adopted by the following
YEA and NAY vote: YEAS:
Eight (Sawyer, Parker,
Hutto, Pylant, Nyegaard,
Stan Smith, Acree and
Watley)
NAYS: None
ABSENT: O n e ( A . J .
Smith)
WHEREUPON, the foregoing
Ordinance was duly
adopted this 20th day of
August, 2015
ATTEST:
/s/ Dan Morgan
Secretary-Treasurer
/s/ Charles Sawyer
President
The following resolution was
offered by Mr. Acree and
seconded by Mr. Nyegaard:
RESOLUTION #2015-13
BE IT RESOLVED that the
Union Parish Police Jury
authorizes the President to
execute all necessary documents
with the Department
of Public Safety and Corrections,
Public Safety Services
to collect a four dollar ($4.00)
fee for services rendered.
The foregoing resolution
was read in full, the roll
was called on the adoption
thereof, and the resolution
was adopted by the following
votes:
YEAS: Eight (Sawyer, Parker,
Hutto, Pylant, Nyegaard,
Stan Smith, Acree and
Watley)
NAYS: None
ABSENT: O n e ( A . J .
Smith)
ATTEST:
/s/ Dan Morgan
Secretary-Treasurer
/s/ Charles Sawyer
President
Motion Mr. Hutto, seconded
Mr. Nyegaard reappointing
Ms. Jennifer Leonard to the
Board of Commissioners of
the Reeves Memorial Medical
Center; term expires July
11, 2021. Motion carried
unanimously.
Motion Mr. Watley, seconded
Mr. Parker appointing
Michael Brandon to the
Board of Commissioners of
the Reeves Memorial Medical
Center. He is fulfilling
the unexpired term of Jim
Mabry; term expires July
11, 2019. Motion carried
unanimously.
Motion Mr. Acree, seconded
Mr. Parker to grant a Quietus
on the 2014 Tax Roll. Motion
carried unanimously.
Motion Mr. Watley, seconded
Mr. Hutto to approve
the request from Union
Parish School Board for
assistance at Bernice High
School site, pending inspection
of requested assistance
by Road Superintendent;
School Board to pay for
materials. Motion carried
unanimously.
Secretary-Treasurer informed
Jurors that State
had approved the merger
of Workforce Investment
Board #82 into Workforce
Investment Board #83; effective
date of merger was
July 1, 2015. Workforce
Investment Board #83 is
now composed of ten (10)
parishes, including Union.
Franklin Parish Police
Jury is the grant recipient
for Workforce Investment
Board #83. Motion Mr.
Hutto, seconded Mr. Pylant
to recognize the merger
of Workforce Investment
Board #82 into Workforce
Investment Board #83. Also
authorizes the President to
execute all necessary documents
pertaining to merger.
Motion carried unanimously.
Motion Mr. Hutto, seconded
Mr. Parker to authorize the
transfer of Keith Jeselink
from the Road Department
to the Landfill Department;
employee had requested
transfer. Motion carried
unanimously.
Motion Mr. Watley, seconded
Mr. Acree to accept
the Road Committee’s recommendation
concerning
the access road issue with
the D’Arbonne Bluffs I & II
subdivisions. To accept the
land in question as public
based on the three (3) points
presented by Johnny Dollar:
1. Accept $25,000 in case it
is needed for expropriation
of land.
2. Developers will provide
a Five Hundred Thousand
($500,000) title insurance
policy on this strip of land.
3. Jury obtains tacit dedication
after it maintains this
strip for three (3) years.
This motion carried by a
roll call vote of: Yeas: Eight
(Sawyer, Parker, Hutto,
Pylant, Nyegaard, Stan
Smith, Acree and Watley);
Nays: None; Absent: One
(A.J. Smith).
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. Parker,
seconded by Mr. Watley on
this the 20th day of August,
2015.
Dan Morgan, Secretary-
Treasurer
Charles Sawyer, President
8/27/15

The Union Parish Waterworks
District 1 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 combined with
naturally occurring organic
and inorganic matter present
in water to form chemicals
called disinfections byproducts
(DBPs). EPA and LDHH
set standards for controlling
the levels of disinfectants
and DBPs in drinking water,
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 calculation a locational
running annual averages
(LRRA) of quarterly TTHMs
sample results. Compliance
calculations performed for
the second quarter of 2015
show that the system’s
current TTHMs LRRA is
142 ppb at DBP02- 158
Dogwood Drive; thus, the
system is currently in violation
of the TTHMs standard.
Please share this information
with all the other people
who drink 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 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.
Waterworks District No. 1 -
Bobby Grier - 317-368-2371
8/27/15

We are required to monitor
your drinking water for disinfection
byproducts (total
trihalomethanes [TTHM]
and haloacetic acids-five
[HAA5] every 90 days from
the peak historical month
(August). Results of regular
monitoring are an indicator
of whether or not your
drinking water meets health
standards. During the
monitoring period of April
through June, the Union
Parish Waterworks District
1 Water System did not
monitor, did not complete
all monitoring, or did not
report the results for total
trihalomethanes (TTHMs)
and haloacetic acids-five
(HAA5), and there fore we
cannot be sure of the quality
of your drinking water during
that time.
This violation occurred because
of the failure to collect
the required samples for total
trihalomthanes (TTHMs)
and haloacetic acids (HAA5)
from the water system’s
distribution system.
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.
Necessary action has been
taken to prevent this violation
from recurring.
Bobby Grier 318-368-2371
8/27/15

Disinfectants/Disinfection
By-Products Rule (TTHMs)
MCL Violation
Salem 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 chemical
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 acids
(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 and HAA5
standard for public water
system 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 second
quarter of 2015 show that
the system’s current TTHMs
LRAA is 94 ppb at DBP03-
LANDFILL RD; 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 by 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 level above the
standard (e.g., 20 years of
exposure) has the potential
to have serious adverse
effects on human health.
If you have any questions
about this notice please
contact Gary Taylor at 318-
376-5970.
8/27/15
N O T I C E O F S P E -
C I A L E L E C T I O N
Pursuant to the provisions
of a resolution adopted by
the Police Jury of the Parish
of Union, State of Louisiana
(the “Governing Authority”),
acting as the governing
authority of the Parish of
Union, State of Louisiana
(the “Parish”), on June 2,
2015, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that a special election
will be held within the
Parish on SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 24, 2015, and
that at the said election there
will be submitted to all registered
voters in the Parish
qualified and entitled to vote
at the said election under
the Constitution and Laws
of the State of Louisiana
and the Constitution of the
United States, the following
proposition, to-wit:
PARISH HEALTH FACILITIES
(MILLAGE CONTINUATION)
Shall the Parish of Union,
State of Louisiana (the
“Parish”), levy a special tax
of one and seventy hundredths
(1.70) mills on all
property subject to taxation
in the Parish (an estimated
$284,750 expected at this
time to be collected from the
levy of the tax for an entire
year), for a period of ten
(10) years, beginning with
the year 2015 and ending
with the year 2024, for the
purpose of paying for the
operation, construction and/
or maintenance of public
health facilities in the Parish,
said millage to represent a
thirteen hundredths of a mill
(.13) increase over the 1.57
mills tax authorized to be
levied through the year 2014
pursuant to an election held
on July 16, 2005?
The said special election will
be held at the following polling
places situated within the
Parish, which polls will open
at seven o’clock (7:00) a.m.,
and close at eight o’clock
(8:00) p.m., in accordance
with the provisions of La.
R.S. 18:541, to-wit:
POLLING PLACES
Precint/Location
01: New Direction Christian
Out Cen, 209 E.4th St, Junction
City
02: Lillie Town Hall, 111 Hwy.
15, Lillie
03: McDaniel Recreation
Center, 211 Willow Street,
Bernice
04: Spearsville Town Hall,
2511 Hwy. 3121, Spearsville
04A: Spearsville Town Hall,
2511 Hwy. 3121, Spearsville
05: Bernice Town, 403 East
Fourth Street, Bernice
05A: Bernice Town, 403 East
Fourth Street, Bernice
06: Shiloh Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall, 12841 Hwy.
2, Bernice
07: Farmerville Fire Station
$5, 5459 Hwy. 15,
Farmerville
08: Laran Voting Building,
1329 Hwy. 550, Laran
09: Laran Voting Building,
1329 Hwy. 550, Laran
10: Truxno Voting Building,
2670 Hwy. 549, Truxno
11: C&W Tire Store, 7710
Hwy. 33, Farmerville
12: Cooperation Ext Auditorium,
210 E. Water Street,
Farmerville
13: Parish Health Unit
Building, 1002 Marion Hwy.,
Farmerville
14: Cooperation Ext Auditorium,
210 E. Water Street,
Farmerville
15: Parish Health Unit
Building, 1002 Marion Hwy.,
Farmerville
16: Sardis Baptist Church,
367 Sardis Church Road,
Farmerville
17: Holmesville Voting Building,
518 Pint Road, Holmesville
Community
17A: Holmesville Voting
Building, 518 Pint Road,
Holmesville Community
18: Mt Ararat Recreation
Center, 792 Hwy. 552, Mt.
Ararat Community
19: Point-Wilhite Fire Station,
2393 Hwy. 552, Point
20: Point-Wilhite Fire Station,
2393 Hwy. 552, Point
22: Parish Health Unit
Building, 1002 Marion Hwy.,
Farmerville
23: Antioch Community
Grocery, 4960 Hwy. 2,
Farmerville
24: Marion High School,
3078 Taylor Street, Marion
26: Marion High School
Gym, 3078 Taylor Street,
Marion
27: Linville Fire Station Office,
2222 Hwy. 143, Linville
28: Spencer Fire Station,
6439 Hwy. 143, Spencer
29: Pleasant Hill Baptist
Church Fellowship, 10267
Hwy. 143, Rocky Branch
The polling places set forth
above are hereby designated
as the polling places
at which to hold the said
election, and the Commissioners-
in-Charge and
Commissioners, respectively,
shall be those persons
designated according to law.
Notice is further given that
a portion of the monies collected
from the tax described
in the Proposition shall be
remitted to certain state
and statewide retirement
systems in the manner
required by law.
The said special election will
be held in accordance with
the applicable provisions of
Chapter 5 and Chapter 6-A
of Title 18 of the Louisiana
Revised Statutes of 1950,
as amended, and other
constitutional and statutory
authority, and the officers
appointed to hold the said
election, as provided in this
Notice of Special Election,
or such substitutes therefor
as may be selected and
designated in accordance
with La. R.S. 18:1287, will
make due returns thereof
to said Governing Authority,
and NOTICE IS HEREBY
FURTHER GIVEN that the
Governing Authority will
meet at its regular meeting
place, the Police Jury Meeting
Room of the Courthouse
Annex, 303 E. Water Street,
Farmerville, Louisiana, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3,
2015, at SEVEN O’CLOCK
(7:00) P.M., and shall then
and there in open and public
session proceed to examine
and canvass the returns and
declare the result of the said
special election. All registered
voters of the Parish
are entitled to vote at said
special election and voting
machines will be used.
THUS DONE AND SIGNED
at Farmerville, Louisiana,
on this, the 2nd day of
June, 2015.
ATTEST:
/s/ Charles Sawyer
President
/s/ Dan Morgan
Secretary-Treasurer
8/27/15 9/3/15 9/10/15
Sheriff’s Listing

DODI EUBANKS
CLERK OF COURT
Union, LA
Juror Number
Name
Address
City
State
Card No.
List of jurors drawn and to
serve for the term beginning
08/12/2015
SEPTEMBER 28, 2015
CRIMINAL PETIT JURY,
A & C
Jury Name:
Zip
325449
ALANIZ JR, ARTURO
125 BOBBIE DRIVE
FARMERVILLE
LA
1
71241-5600
367069
ALBRITTON, ALEX LARKIN
647 L ALBRITTON RD
BERNICE
LA
2
71222-3701
322061
ALBRITTON, MICHAEL
630 L ALBRITTON RD
BERNICE
LA
3
71222
318873
ALBRITTON, REBA R.
12690 HWY. 15
DOWNSVILLE
LA
4
71234-0000
310236
ALBRITTON, SUE T
2981 CHERRY RIDGE RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
5
71241-8221
326364
ALBRITTON, TERRY P
647 L ALBRITTON RD
BERNICE
LA
6
71222-3701
310241
ALBRITTON, TOTSY S
702 HOPEWELL RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
7
71241-5120
372742
ALLRED, TIMOTHY SHELDON
4080 CHERRY RIDGE RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
8
71241-8327
316181
ALMONTE, PAULA T
816 HOOKER HOLE RD
MARION
LA
9
71260-4439
322819
ALVIS, WILLIAM WARREN
II
1540 RUGGS BLUFF RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
10
71234-3732
371471
ANDERSON, DEANNA
BETH
206 WHITE OAK DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
11
71241-5236
373935
ANDREWS, DENNIS W JR
611 ANDREWS RD
MARION
LA
12
71260
372559
ARCHIE, JOHN LEE JR
113 COX FERRY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
13
71241-3604369938
ARIAS, JULIO CESAR
206 REEVES ST
BERNICE
LA
14
71222-4136
368809
ARNOLD, MARY JESSICA
1950 THOMAS ST
MARION
AL
134
71260-3660
372779
ASHLEY, TOMMY LEE
187 AUBREY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
15
71241-5760
367076
ATKINS, JAMES CLAY
197 PEACEFUL LN
DOWNSVILLE
LA
16
71234-2620
330266
AUGER, HALEY H
200 WILDWOOD ACRES
DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
17
71241-5150
370048
BAKER, WESLEY RYAN
112 HILL RD
STERLINGTON
LA
18
71280-2900
328788
BALL, DARREN K
469 BIRD CHAPEL RD
MARION
LA
19
71260-5031
310787
BANKS, KAREN D
74 W 2ND ST
BERNICE
LA
20
71222
367178
BARNES, ED JR
802 3RD ST
BERNICE
LA
21
71222-4067
310916
BAUGHMAN, LYNN K
806 SELIG ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
22
71241-2001
375836
BEARDEN, CURTIS LYNN
JR
121 WHEELER RD
MARION
LA
23
71260
310991
BEARDEN, HENRY
1079 HOLLY ST
BERNICE
LA
24
71222-5103
374983
BEASLEY, ANGIE MARIE
212 LONNIE MALONE RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
25
71234-3410
335590
BEDOIT, HEATH EUGENE
104 RED BARN RD
BERNICE
LA
26
71222-5242
373356
BEST, EVA ELIZABETH
470 CRIP MASON RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
27
71277-3550
311167
BIGGS, NANCY W
147 LAKE DRAIN RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
28
71234-3309
328258
BILBERRY, KATRINA M
700 SALEM CHURCH RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
29
71241-8066
311250
BLACKMON, OPHELIA M
3355 US HIGHWAY 167
LILLIE
LA
30
71256
330615
BORLAND, KATHRYN A
134 KINGS WAY
FARMERVILLE
LA
31
71241-5216
370143
BOWERS, JOHNATHAN
DEWAYNE
269 DOUBLE BRIDGES RD
BERNICE
LA
32
71222
311372
BOYD, CARLTON M
200 MARTY BOYD RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
33
71234-5726
371712
BOYD, PAULETTE H
232 BEAR DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
34
71241
311430
BRAGGS, MARVELENE H
106 BETTY ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
35
71241-2609
373943
BRANTLEY, ANGELA TRAHAN
121 AULDS RD
MARION
LA
36
71260-3004
370133
BRASWELL, DAWN ANNE
167 DICK HINTON RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
37
71241-7555
311625
BRITT, SHARON M
350 HAILE MALONE RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
38
71241-5862
335153
BROOKS, CHRISTOPHER
HOWARD
611 PITTMAN RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
39
71234-4401
369988
BROWN, RONNIE
514 US HIGHWAY 167 N
BERNICE
LA
40
71222-5526
372746
BRYANT, JAMES W
1018 OLIN HILLS RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
41
71241-3920
326116
BULLOCK, MARY A
376 BEAR CREEK RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
42
71241-6104
311810
BURCH, JOHNNIE B
3572 MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR DR
MARION
LA
43
71260
368475
BUSH, AARON MARQUE
9065 HWY 145
DOWNSVILLE
LA
44
71234-4221
328689
BUTLER, MYRA
505 GOLDSBY RD
MARION
LA
45
71260-5203
329635
BYERS, MELISSA J
118 MEL KIM RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
46
71241-5570
324049
BYNUM, ROBERT D
183 TATUM RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
47
71241
318489
CABLE, FRANCES L
526 CABLE LN
MARION
LA
48
71260-4108
336578
CAIN, KRISTYN NICOLE
154 CADE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
49
71280-2936
325460
CALDWELL, MILTON W
151 WATER TANK RD
MARION
LA
50
71260-5528
329429
CALDWELL, VICKI M
198 DOGWOOD LN
FARMERVILLE
LA
51
71241-7638
327871
CALHOUN, ALFRED M
4207 HWY 552
DOWNSVILLE
LA
52
71234-2941
372569
CHAPLIN, CINDY JOAN
551 PINT RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
53
71241-6935
312142
CHAPMAN JR, TROY L
1011 CHAPMAN RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
54
71241-5615
325604
CHARLES, ALPHONSO R
3044 GEORGE JOHNIKINS
RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
55
71277-2262
331422
CHELETTE, DAVID L
549 WALLACE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
56
71280-2821
330889
COATES, WILLIS W
6365 HWY 33
MARION
LA
57
71260
313360
COLVIN, RUBY H
2479 HWY 828
FARMERVILLE
LA
58
71241-5301
327634
CONNOR, DUNDY J
4914 HWY 2
FARMERVILLE
LA
59
71241-0000
371307
COOK, MISTY ANN
1823 TIGER BEND RD
MARION
LA
60
71260-3719
371200
CULBERTSON, KATRINA
CHANTELLE
305 ACADIAN DR
MARION
LA
61
71260-4541
329701
DAILY, MARY T
141 BUCK DR
DOWNSVILLE
LA
62
71234-5203
366430
DALTON, DAVID ALLEN
10908 HWY 15
DOWNSVILLE
LA
63
71234-3050
312634
DANIELS, JO A
970 DANIEL RD
MARION
LA
64
71260-5132
373103
DAUGHERTY, JEFFREY
OLIN
532 BAILEY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
65
71241-5546
329044
DAVIS, ALBERT C
143 W 2ND ST
BERNICE
LA
66
71222-4004
367098
D AV I S , TOM I E K A
QUASHAUN
160 6TH ST 1
BERNICE
LA
67
71222-4049
312862
DECELLE, LAVERNE H
1127 MARION HWY
FARMERVILLE
LA
68
71241-9313
374087
DENHAM, WALKER E
961 PISGAH CHURCH RD
BERNICE
LA
69
71222-4845
330223
DISON JR, CECIL
618 GREEN LOOP
SPEARSVILLE
LA
70
71277-0000
312977
DIXON, ROY J
299 WILBER RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
71
71277-3415
374628
DUPREE, THOMAS C JR
6842 HWY 33
FARMERVILLE
LA
72
71241-4983
313229
ELKINS, MELANIE H
562 JAMES WILLIAMS RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
73
71277-3702
368602
ELLIOT, CLIFFORD
109 LAKE TERRANCE RD
BERNICE
LA
74
71222
334310
ELLIS, JERRY WAYNE
146 DONNA DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
75
71241-7244
372707
ERNST, PENNY BAHAM
2681 PHILLIPS FERRY RD
STERLINGTON
LA
76
71280-2921
369950
FIELDS, CHALENCIA
TAREKE
311 WEST ST 10
FARMERVILLE
LA
77
71241
313512
FIELDS, MARGIE T
705 W BOUNDRY ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
78
71241-2017
373957
FISHER, JAMES C JR
261 PAPPYS PLACE
FARMERVILLE
LA
79
71241
325613
FURLOUGH, ROSE E
405 COUNTY LINE RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
80
71277-2203
313855
FUTCH, JIMMYE F
2385 HWY 828
FARMERVILLE
LA
81
71241-5263
313869
FUTCH, NATHAN A
2658 GAME RESERVE RD
MARION
LA
82
71260-5151
374583
FUTCH, SUMMER DANIELLE
420 SPELLS LAYNE RD
MARION
LA
83
71260-3525
328408
GALLOWAY, MARTHA B
5383 HWY 549
FARMERVILLE
LA
84
71241-8015
375538
GARNER, MARIE
1001 PINE DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
85
71241-2225
375834
GATES, JOHN W
216 GATES RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
86
71241-5739
334032
GATES, STACY ALAN
120 GAME RESERVE RD
MARION
LA
87
71260-5145
369903
GOSSLER, TWYLA
5583 N HWY 15
FARMERVILLE
LA
88
71241-8361
373424
GRAVES, LESLIE RENEE
592 CARTER RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
89
71234-4918
374988
GULLEY, CHARLES H III
358 POWELL ST
MARION
LA
90
71260
372233
GUYOTTE, ALEXIS FAITH
130 LOLLEY RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
91
71234-4106
335543
HALL, VIVIAN REA
438 HONEYSUCKLE RD
MARION
LA
92
71260-4433
329766
HARRISON, FELIX D
242 BEAR DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
93
71241-6204
329206
HARRISON, KATHY R
115 LEVI RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
94
71241-6907
330211
HARTMANN, BRIAN K
808 LONG LANE DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
95
71241-2216
367719
HATLEY, ASHLEY RENEE
27706 SUMMERFIELD RD
BERNICE
LA
96
71222-5138
335497
HAULCY, CARLA
917 ROUND DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
97
71241
366948
HENDERSON, NANCY H
312 DOGWOOD LN
FARMERVILLE
LA
98
71241
315007
HICKS, ANITA G
9914 HWY 33
FARMERVILLE
LA
99
71241-7402
315045
HICKS, PATTY C
1874 THOMAS ST
MARION
LA
100
71260
332102
HICKS, REGINA J
137 GEORGE BYRNSIDE
RD
MARION
LA
101
71260-5153
325400
HILL, EDWARD FRANCIOSIS
604 E JACKSON ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
102
71241-2940
315114
HILL, LULA M
722 W BAYOU ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
103
71241-2632
334488
HIXON, JEIGH DOMINO
463 ROCKY BRANCH RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
104
71241-5718
374872
HOBSON, JAMES T
1544 PLANTATION DR
STERLINGTON
LA
105
71280-3305
315182
HODGE, BOBBY J
705 HODGE RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
106
71241-5825
370279
HODGE, LESLIE MICHELLE
1136 WILLIAMS COLONY
RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
107
71234
315231
HOGUE, DYANTHLYN
101 JEFFERSON RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
108
71241-2015
331853
HOLLAND, GENEVA
606 MONROE ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
109
71241-3322
323692
HOLLOWAY, RONA
1143 MOSHACK RD
MARION
LA
110
71260-5433
374229
HOLLY, CALVIN JAMES II
603 MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
111
71241-3407
326955
HOLLY, LADEDDRIC M
114 BETTY ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
112
71241-2609
368026
HONZA, CHARLES W JR
1818 HWY 558
SPEARSVILLE
LA
113
71277-2036
337456
HURST, JEFFERY L
232 HENRY’S TRAIL
FARMERVILLE
LA
114
71241-6983
370708
HURTADO, COREY
LEWIS
115 W 4TH ST 17
BERNICE
LA
115
71222-4016
332179
ISAAC, RITA C
212 DANIEL RD
MARION
LA
116
71260-5118
374235
ISLAND, JOHNNY B
1121 RED HILL APT DR 14
FARMERVILLE
LA
117
71241-9344
331093
JENNINGS, TIMOTHY D
116 HILLSIDE DR
DOWNSVILLE
LA
118
71234-3458
323537
JINKS, HOMER R
460 PINT RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
119
71241-6932
315713
JOHNIKIN, RICKY L
101 JEFFERSON ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
120
71241-4806
371362
JOHNSON, CHANNEL
ANTOINETTE
810 SMITH ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
121
71241-3534
374870
JOHNSON, JAMES L
213 LOCH LOMOND RD
STERLINGTON
LA
122
71280
321954
JOHNSON, LINDA H
561 WALLACE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
123
71280-2821
374575
JOHNSON, STACEY
ROBIN
119 ROY LEE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
124
71280-2811
368781
KANEHL, KATIE L
245 ANTLEY RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
125
71234-4901
372211
KEASTER, MELISSA
169 JARIED RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
126
71241-6349
330031
KEENAN, SUSAN J
643 VIC ALLEN RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
127
71234-5845
316082
KELLEY, MARTHA J
711 US HIGHWAY 167 N
BERNICE
LA
128
71222-5531
316211
KILCREASE, MARY B
383 WHEELER RD
MARION
LA
129
71260-4925
368794
KING, HOLLI NOELLE
2517 PHILLIPS FERRY RD
STERLINGTON
LA
130
71280-2923
323848
KING, ROBERT F
9462 HWY 145
DOWNSVILLE
LA
131
71234-5100
316284
KNIGHT, SALLY N
542 GATSON RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
132
71277-2164
372379
KNOLES, LINDA G
124 BROWN SCARBOROUGH
RD
MARION
LA
133
71260-4106
316471
LEE, VERONICA L
160 GRAVES LEE RD
MARION
LA
135
71260
335472
LEWIS, ANDREA K
319 GEORGIA ST #A
FARMERVILLE
LA
136
71241
316545
LEWIS, SHERYL
578 GUICE RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
137
71234-2836
316569
LINDSEY, JOHN F
675 VILLAGE CREEK RD
BERNICE
LA
138
71222
316598
LITTLETON, HUEY P
145 PHEASANT LN
STERLINGTON
LA
139
71280
326658
LITTLETON, LONNIE RAY
197 LITTLETON LOOP
DOWNSVILLE
LA
140
71234-3407
329295
LONG, SUSAN H
425 HUDSON RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
141
71241-7945
335708
LOYD, ROMICKA
808 HICKORY ST B
FARMERVILLE
LA
142
71241-2055
324332
MACK, PRISCILLA M
848 HWY 550
SPEARSVILLE
LA
143
71277-2119
372414
MADDEN, JUSTIN C
777 WELDON CHURCH
RD
BERNICE
LA
144
71222-4248
369468
MANNING, RONALD
WAYNE
352 MASONIC RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
145
71241-8250
327038
MCALPHIN, DANIEL R
308 COX FERRY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
146
71241-3703
334745
MCCLAIN, JOEL THOMAS
1431 GARLAND GIN RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
147
71234-5077
317099
MCDOUGAL, BETH N
1813 THOMAS ST
MARION
LA
148
71260
330505
MCKEE, GARY A
11730 HWY 33
FARMERVILLE
LA
149
71241-7476
372491
MCVICKER, AMANDA
LEIGH
507 E FRANKLIN ST A
FARMERVILLE
LA
150
71241-2925
370601
MEEKS, PATRICK DEMETRIUS
434 RANDOLPH RD
LILLIE
LA
151
71256-3412
321272
MELTON, LINDA F
1278 OAKLAND BRIDGE
RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
152
71277-2133
372085
MICKA, BRENT BENEDICT
767 WALLACE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
153
71280-3300
374377
MILLER, LASHA BRANTLEY
115 SPIGENER RD
STERLINGTON
LA
154
71280-2927
370720
MIXON, GRADY WESTER
107 MILL DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
155
71241-7119
373315
MONTGOMERY, JALISA
JAROLYN
119 DEAN ST
BERNICE
LA
156
71222-3715
374347
MOY, LEO
180 WALKER RD
STERLINGTON
LA
157
71280-3048
327360
MURPHY, LISHA M
4389 HWY 33
MARION
LA
158
71260
372551
MURRY, MARLA ELAINE
10747 HWY 143
FARMERVILLE
LA
159
71241-5530
372470
MURRY, STEPHEN GARY
10747 HWY 143
FARMERVILLE
LA
160
71241-5530
374352
NEWSOM, SARAH HALLEY
228 GILFORD RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
161
71241-5384
375029
NORTH, JORDAN W III
185 WHIPPOORWILL LN
MARION
LA
162
71260-4935
375739
NORTON, JACKIE DAVIS
1381 PERRY MURRAY RD
MARION
LA
163
71260-3423
371935
NUTE, SHATORIA SHANTE
604 HICKORY ST 3
FARMERVILLE
LA
164
71241-2059
375128
OBANNON, BILLY R
14082 HWY 2
BERNICE
LA
165
71222-5562
337801
OKEEFE, LISA ELAINE
9307 HWY 143
FARMERVILLE
LA
166
71241-5509
333346
OLSON, CHRISTINA J
706 LOUISIANA AVE 1
BERNICE
LA
167
71222-4184
335568
OTWELL, WILLIAM WILLARD
332 MASONIC RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
168
71241-8250
373025
OUCHLEY, SANDRA MARIE
140 OUCHLEY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
169
71241-5800
329840
OVERSTREET, TIMOTHY
R
7712 HWY 2
FARMERVILLE
LA
170
71241-6166
368911
OWENS, CEDRIC
110 BETTY ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
171
71241-2609
318114
OWENS, WINFRED W
129 W 2ND ST
BERNICE
LA
172
71222
330653
PAGE, GREGORY O
910 MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
173
71241-3414
335572
PALMERTREE, CHARLES
DARRYL
184 MASONIC RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
174
71241-8246
318188
PARDUE, GRACE K
4940 HWY 828
FARMERVILLE
LA
175
71241-5416
372800
PARDUE, WILLIAM
HUNTER
990 RUGGS BLUFF RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
176
71234-3759
368365
PARKER, JOHN RANDALL
JR
236 MELCAT DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
177
71241-4032
369936
PASHCAL,JR., SHERMAN
136 6TH STREET
BERNICE
LA
178
71222
335844
PENNINGTON, AMBER
CARPENTER
1436 TUCKER STORE RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
179
71277-0000
373547
PEPPER, MARVIN MAZION
JR
111 FIVE OAKS RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
180
71277-2071
371944
PERRY, HEZEKIAH JR
1121 RED HILL APT DR 14
FARMERVILLE
LA
181
71241-9344
373567
PETTAWAY, BOBBIE J
900 SMITH ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
182
71241-3536
368366
PILGREEN, CHARITY
RENEE
411 DOWELL RD
STERLINGTON
LA
183
71280-2943
331117
PILGREEN, JONATHAN
411 DOWELL RD
STERLINGTON
LA
184
71280-2943
318509
PILGREEN, SHERMAN G
276 HONEYSUCKLE RD
MARION
LA
185
71260-4429
372937
PLACKE, VALERIE MICHELLE
431 ARKANSAS RD
MARION
LA
186
71260-4034
374310
POST, JON M
1207 SPEARSVILLE RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
187
71277-3507
372994
PRICE, LINDA FISHER
310 ACADEMY ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
188
71241-2704
318698
RAINWATER, GERALDINE
103 STEWART ST 19
MARION
LA
189
71260-3537
371949
RAY, JOHNNA STANLEY
1428 CROW FARM RD
MARION
LA
190
71260-4132
372854
REDDEN, CHRISTOPHER
DEWAYNE
633 LIBERTY HILL RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
191
71241-4945
336205
REED, CHERYL F
508 W BAYOU ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
192
71241-2714
328522
REED, VICTORIA
900 WALTER RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
193
71277-3436
329973
REEDER, JUDITH A
608 SAM ROGERS RD
BERNICE
LA
194
71222-4734
318843
REEVES, FREDERIC S
1082 EVERGREEN RD
BERNICE
LA
195
71222-5420
371239
REVVES, BOBBY LEE
187 ASHLEY ROAD
MARION
LA
196
71260-3002
372343
REYNOLDS, LARRY A
123 PINEWOODS RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
197
71241
318951
RHODES SR, DEWEY L
431 MALLARD RD.
MARION
LA
198
71260-0000
368316
RICHARD, JERRY JR
129 ALICE ST
MARION
LA
199
71260-5001
367777
RICHARDSON, SHERYL
LARONE
244 EASY LIVING LN
DOWNSVILLE
LA
200
71234-3022
332530
RISINGER JR, THOMAS G
107 BOUNDARY RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
201
71277-3731
335803
ROGERS, GEORGE DAVID
9253 HWY 143
FARMERVILLE
LA
202
71241-5507
319322
ROWLAND, LARRY D
161 ALLEN ST
MARION
LA
203
71260-3040
332034
RUBERTINO, DONNA R
223 CAMP CORNEY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
204
71241-8245
331930
RUSSELL, MARILYN K
1991 HICKS FRAZIER RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
205
71241-7445
367634
SAMPSON, CHARLVANNAH
WOODS
406 OUACHITA ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
206
71241-3527
311626
SENN, JEORGE A
2116 HWY 3121
SPEARSVILLE
LA
207
71277-2004
319571
SILMON, BILL W
527 SILMON RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
208
71234-4513
327030
SIMS, BRENDA K
133 SIMS RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
209
71277-3427
319730
SKAINS, REGGIE G
4659 HWY 151
DOWNSVILLE
LA
210
71234
335521
SMITH, DONNA KAY
1129 WES GREEN RD
STERLINGTON
LA
211
71280-3257
335161
SMITH, KELLIE HISE
117 FOGGY BOTTOM DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
212
71241-6961
366873
SMITH, KIMBERLY MICHELLE
1040 OUACHITA CITY RD
STERLINGTON
LA
213
71280
319968
SMITH, RUFUS M
10850 HWY 33
FARMERVILLE
LA
214
71241-7472
372962
SMITH, THERESA KIM
1527 SALEM RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
215
71241-7907
374846
STAMEY, WHITNEY COLLEEN
138 FIELDS RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
216
71241-7320
369656
STEPHEN, LYLE RICHARD
360 EASY LIVING LN
DOWNSVILLE
LA
217
71234
320124
STEPHENS, BILLY D
240 RUGGS CIR
FARMERVILLE
LA
218
71241-6334
371605
STONE, HANNAH VICTORIA
387 HENRY SMITH RD
BERNICE
LA
219
71222-5521
332729
STRINGFELLOW, LATONYA
909 PINE DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
220
71241-2223
325832
STRINGFELLOW, MABEL
A
160 6TH ST 15
BERNICE
LA
221
71222-4048
369079
TAYLOR, AFTON RACHELLE
515 DAVIDSON RD
MARION
LA
222
71260
371519
TEMPLE, SAVANNAH
613 EDWARD FERRY RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
223
71241-5337
320518
TERRAL, CHARLES S
168 BARR RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
224
71241-8328
331364
THOMAS, BRINKLEY
2875 OLD HAILE RD
STERLINGTON
LA
225
71280-2959
374185
THOMAS, JENNIFER
1294 HOLLEY RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
226
71277-3496
369415
THOMAS, TYSHEITA M
1121 RED HILL APT DR 26
FARMERVILLE
LA
227
71241-9344
375137
THOMPSON, GARRY W
103 1ST ST
BERNICE
LA
228
71222
324397
THURSTON, SANDRA M
255 HARRELL RD
MARION
LA
229
71260-4413
370739
TRYON, BARBARA JEAN
189 SALEM CHURCH RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
230
71241-8057
369398
WADE, AMY KATHLEEN
304 PARK BAY DR
FARMERVILLE
LA
231
71241
325705
WADE, CHRISTA F
5749 HWY 549
FARMERVILLE
LA
232
71241-8023
374673
WADE, FRED M III
1445 HUDSON RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
233
71241-4968
369131
WAGONER, CHARLES
HERBERT
233 WESS LILY RD
BERNICE
LA
234
71222-5227
366580
WALKER, JAYME DIANE
514 WARD ST 1
FARMERVILLE
LA
235
71241-2437
373519
WALL, RANDY D
528 COX FERRY RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
236
71234-4320
321074
WALLACE, AMELIA
544 HENRY SMITH RD
BERNICE
LA
237
71222-5524
372109
WALLACE, JOHN R JR
311 BEAR CREEK RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
238
71241-6105
374942
WATSON, BRANTLEY
DEVAN
194 JACK DISMUKE RD
SPEARSVILLE
LA
239327304
WHITE, CHRIS C
1108 STEWART RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
240
71241-5250
332173
WHITE, MELANIE RICHARD
3420 MAIN ST
MARION
LA
241
71260
321523
WILEY, BARRY L
263 BURFORD RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
242
71241-5805
375125
WILSON, JOANNA M
1643 OWL CREEK RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
243
71241
336821
WINSTON, MICHAEL
WAYNE
907 CEDAR ST
FARMERVILLE
LA
244
71241-3514
369498
WOLFF, LARRY DEAN
217 ODIS RD
MARION
LA
245
71260-5441
369179
WOODS, CHRISTOPHER
JEROME
802 DOYLE ST B
FARMERVILLE
LA
246
71241-2057
321888
WYATT, YVONNE M
312 JOHN PARKER RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
247
71234-5708
331558
YOUNG, SHELLI Y
408 BEAR CREEK RD
FARMERVILLE
LA
248
71241-6106
370132
ZEIGLER, GAYE N
285 LOLLEY RD
DOWNSVILLE
LA
249
71234
321926
ZIEGLER, DIANE S
2055 HWY 552
DOWNSVILLE
LA
250
71234-5235
2.1.54
100 EAST BAYOU STREET
** SUITE 105 ** FARMERVILLE,
LA 71241 ** (318)
368-3055
08/27/2015

STATE OF LOUISIANA
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
PARISH OF UNION CT
COURT
BILL BURNS
VERSUS NO. 46,613
FRANK ODELL HITT, JR.
MONITION
WHEREAS, BILL BURNS,
by acts passed before Flora
B. Ebarb, purchased the
property described herein at
a public tax sale on or about
May 13, 2009;
WHEREAS, RUBEN MIDYETT
has applied to this court
for a monition or advertisement,
in conformity with LA.
R.S. 47:2276 et. seq.;
THEREFORE, IN THE
NAME of the State of Louisiana
and the Third Judicial
District Court for the Parish
of Union, all interested persons
who can establish any
right, title or claim in and to
the property described below,
in consequence of any
informality in the tax sales
wherein the sales above
referenced were made, or
any defect whatsoever, are
cited and admonished to
show cause, within sixty (60)
days from the date on which
this monition is first advertised,
why the sales so made
should not be confirmed and
homologated.
The property described by
this Monition was purchased
at Tax Sale for Union Parish,
Louisiana for $465.96, and
is described as:
AN UNDIVIDED 100%
INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED
PROPERTY:
118 SPRUCE LN LOT #2 OF
SWIFT WATER LANDING
Farmerville, Louisiana, this
31 day of MARCH, 2015.
DEBORAH ANDREW, DY
Clerk of Court, Third Judicial
District Court
8/27/15 10/22/15
STATE OF LOUISIANA
PARISH OF UNION
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
COURT
BILL BURNS and CHARLENE
BURNS
VERSUS NO. 46,612
JANE JARMEN
MONITION
WHEREAS, BILL BURNS
and CHARLENE BURNS,
by acts passed by Flora
B. Ebarb, purchased the
property described herein at
a public tax sale on or about
May 28, 2008;
WHEREAS, BILL BURNS
and CHARLENE BURNS
have applied to this court for
a monition or advertisement,
in conformity with LA. R.S.
47:2276 et. seq.;
THEREFORE, IN THE
NAME of the State of Louisiana
and the Third Judicial
District Court for the Parish
of Union, all interested persons
who can establish any
right, title or claim in and to
the property described below,
in consequence of any
informality in the tax sales
wherein the sales above
referenced were made, or
any defect whatsoever, are
cited and admonished to
show cause, within sixty (60)
days from the date on which
this monition is first advertised,
why the sales so made
should not be confirmed and
homologated.
The property is described by
this Monition was purchased
at Tax Sale for Union Parish,
Louisiana for $141.40, and
described as:
AN UNDIVIDED 100 PER
CENT INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY: Begin at the
SE/C NW SE Sec 34 T23N
R2E, Run W 29 1/3 yards
for P.O.B., N 330 yards, W
205 1/3 yards, S 330 Yards,
E 205 1/4 yards To P.O.B.,
Containing 14 acres and
being located NW SE Sec.
34 T23N R2E Farmerville,
Louisiana, this 31st day of
March, 2015.
Deborah Andrews, Dy
Clerk of Court, Third Judicial
District
8/27/15 10/22/15
Town of Farmerville
Regular Meeting
August 10, 2015
The Farmerville Town Council
met in regular session at
Farmerville Town Hall, located
at 407 South Main Street,
Farmerville, Louisiana, on
August 10, 2015. The council
members present were
Mayor M. Stein Baughman,
Jr., Aldermen Jerry Taylor,
Caroline Gatson, Wayne
“Pone” Jones, and Gerome
Nation. Alderman Lavelle
Maine was absent.
The roll was called and with
a quorum present Mayor
Baughman called the meeting
to order.
At this time Mayor Baughman
offered the public the
opportunity to voice their
opinion on all agenda items.
On motion by Gatson,
seconded by Taylor and
unanimously approved to
approve the minutes from
the July 13, 2015, regular
meeting.
On motion by Taylor, seconded
by Gatson and unanimously
approved to approve
the payables for July.
At this time Ordinance No
04-15 pertaining to the
zoning of annexed property
was introduced by Alderman
Taylor. A public hearing will
be held at the next regular
meeting of the Farmerville
Town Council on September
14, 2015.
At this time Ordinance No
05-15 pertaining to declaring
immovable property as surplus
and for the exchange of
property was introduced by
Alderman Nation. A public
hearing will be held at the
next regular meeting of the
Farmerville Town Council on
September 14, 2015.
On motion by Nation,
seconded by Taylor and
unanimously approved to
approve the committee
recommendation to award
Meyer, Meyer, LaCroix &
Hixson the contract for the
2016/2017 LCDBG Sewer
Project.
On motion by Gatson,
seconded by Jones and
unanimously approved to
reject the request from the
Farmerville Zoning Commission
to approve the zoning
change for the Lavelle
Maine property located at
198 Bettye Street to R3.
On motion by Nation,
seconded by Gatson and
unanimously approved to
accept the request from the
Farmerville Zoning Commission
to approve the zoning
change for the Mr. Deddric
Wright property located at
301 Bernice Avenue to B1.
There being no further
business to come before
the council this meeting
was declared adjourned
by Mayor Baughman, upon
motion by Taylor, seconded
by Nation.
Gay Nell Pepper, Town Clerk
M. Stein Baughman, Jr.,
Mayor
8/27/15

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
In accordance with R.S.
33:406 the following ordinance
was proposed at the
Farmerville town council
meeting on August 10,
2015, to-wit:
ORDINANCE #04-15
AN ORDINANCE TO ZONE
PROPERTY
ANNEXED BY THE TOWN
OF FARMERVILLE
The Board of Alderman of
the Town of Farmerville will
consider its adoption at the
Town Council meeting at
5:00 p.m. on September
14, 2015, at the Farmerville
Town Hall.
CLASS
n FROM PAGE 8A
GAY NELL PEPPER
FARMERVILLE TOWN
CLERK
8/27/15

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Notice is hereby given of
the introduction on August
10, 2015, of An Ordinance
Declaring Immovable Property
as Surplus Property and
Providing for the Exchange
of Property. Anyone desiring
to be heard, with reference
to the proposed ordinance
authorizing the Exchange
of Property, shall notify the
Town Clerk in writing within
fifteen (15) days of the first
publication of this notice.
Ordinance 05-15 will be
considered for adoption at
the Town Council meeting
at 5:00 p.m. on September
14, 2015, at the Town hall.
The Town Council for the
Town of Farmerville contemplates
Exchanging the
following described property
to-wit:
TRACT OF LAND OWNED
BY TOWN OF FARMERVILLEA
parcel of land being a
portion of that conveyed
to Town of Farmerville in
Conveyance Book 1310,
page 447 and located in
Section 18, Township 21
North, Range 1 East, Land
District North
of Red River, Town of
Farmerville, Union Parish,
Louisiana, said parcel being
more particularly described
as follows:
Commencing at a 1 inch
iron pipe found in place at
the Northwest Corner of
Section 18, T21N, R1E,
and run South 0 degrees
12 minutes 09 seconds
West along West line of
Section 18 for a distance
of 444.50 feet (record) to
a point; thence South 89
degrees 13 minutes 44
seconds East, 1833.57 feet
(record) to a 5/8 inch re-bar
found at the Southwest
corner of tract conveyed to
Dontrell Investment, L.L.C.
in CB 1170, page 436, also
being the Northwest corner
of tract conveyed to Town
of Farmerville in CB 1310,
page 447 and the POINT
OF BEGINNING of herein
described parcel; thence
continue South 89 degrees
13 minutes 44 seconds East
along boundary between
Dontrell (CB 1170-436) and
Town (CB 1310-477) for a
distance of 1039.86 feet
(record) to a 60d nail found in
the center of “Camp Road”;
thence Southerly along
center of “Camp Road” for
the following courses:
South 14 degrees 53 minutes
49 seconds East,
195.02 feet (record) to a
found cotton spindle;
South 12 degrees 50 minutes
41 seconds East,
226.75 feet (record) to a
found cotton spindle;
South 13 degrees 50 minutes
07 seconds East,
288.86 feet (record) to a
found cotton spindle;
South 14 degrees 40 minutes
04 seconds East (record),
89.15 feet to a cotton
spindle set; thence leaving
said road North 89 degrees
13 minutes 44 seconds
west, 1212.14 to a ½ inch
iron pipe set on the East
right of way of Louisiana
Highway No. 15; thence
North 1 degree 28 minutes
31 seconds West along East
right of way of Louisiana
Highway 15 and West line
of Town of Farmerville tract
(CB 1310-447) for a distance
of 774.20 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING, containing
20.00 acres and being
subject to any easements,
servitudes or rights of way
thereon and/or of record.
The Board of Alderman of
the Town of Farmerville desires
to exchange the above
described 20 acre tract with
Wade Trucking L.L.C. for a
tract of land located at the
corner of West Bayou and
North Main, being 106 W.
Bayou and 102 S. Main St.,
Farmerville, LA, to be used
as a parking lot, described
as follows, to-wit:
TRACT OF LAND OWNED
BY WADE TRUCKING,
L.L.C.
A certain parcel of land
being a portion of, but not
limited to, Lot 92 of Block 4
of the Town of Farmerville
and situated in Section 30,
T21N, R1E, Union Parish,
Louisiana and being more
particularly described as
follows, to-wit:
Commencing at a 3 inch
iron pipe found in concrete
representing the NE corner
of Section 30, T21N, R1E,
thence 4,510.51 feet South
and 2,482.60 feet West
to the NE building corner
of Baughman’s City Drug
building representing the
NE corner of said Block 4
and said corner is at the
intersection of the South
line of Bayou Street and
the West line of Main Street;
thence South along the east
line of said building 46.4
feet to the intersection of
said line and the centerline
of the wall separating said
building and the Farmerville
Office and Teachers Supply
building; thence West along
the centerline of said wall
60.1 feet to the corner of said
wall; thence South along the
centerline of said wall 20.6
feet to the South line of said
supply building, said building
line abuts the north building
line of the Selig & Baughman
Hardware Co., Inc. building;
thence East along the south
line of said supply building
60.1 feet to the SE corner
of said supply building;
thence North along the east
line of said supply building
which is also the west line
of Main Street, 20.6 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING;
together with all improvements
situated thereon and
thereto belonging.
AND
A certain parcel of land being
a portion of, but not limited
to, Lots 92, 93, 94 and 95
of Block 4 of the Town of
Farmerville and situated
in Section 30, T21N, R1E,
Union Parish, Louisiana
and being more particularly
described as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at a 3 inch
iron pipe found in concrete
representing the NE corner
of Section 30, T21N, R1E,
thence 4,510.51 feet South
and 2,482.60 feet West
to the NE building corner
of Baughman’s City Drug
building representing the
NE corner of Block 4 of the
Town of Farmerville and said
corner is at the intersection
of the south line of Bayou
Street and the west line of
Main Street marking the
POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence South along said
Baughman’s building 46.4
feet to the centerline of the
wall separating said building
and the Farmerville
Office and Teachers Supply
building; thence West along
said wall 60.1 feet to the
corner of said wall; thence
South along the centerline
of said wall 20.6 feet to the
south building line of said
Baughman’s building, said
building lines abuts the north
building line of the Selig &
Baughman Hardware Co.,
Inc.; thence West along
the south building line of
said Baughman’s City Drug
building and its extension to
the west line of said Block
4; thence North along said
west line 67.0 feet to the NW
corner of said block; thence
East along the North line of
said block 150.00 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TERMS:
Town of Farmerville to
transfer the 20 acre tract
described above, owned
by the Town of Farmerville
and appraised at a market
value of $85,000.00 to Wade
Trucking, L.L.C., less and
except a mineral reservation
and subject to existing
mineral reservation.
Wade Trucking, L.L.C. to
transfer the above described
property owned by it located
at 106 W. Bayou and 102
S. Main St., Farmerville,
Louisiana to the Town of
Farmerville, which property
was appraised at market
value of $102,000.00. Wade
Trucking, L.L.C. to waive any
rights of first refusal under
R.S. 41:1338. The Town of
Farmerville to acknowledge
receipt of a donation of the
difference in value of the
land received by it from
Wade Trucking, L.L.C. in
the amount of $17,000.00
and Wade Trucking, L.L.C.
to receive whatever tax benefits,
state and/or Federal,
allowed by law.
Farmerville, LA this the 10th
day of August, 2015.
GAY NELL PEPPER
FARMERVILLE TOWN
CLERK
8/27/15 9/3/15 9/10/15
71277-2056