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|IN TODAY'S SENTINEL -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2008|
• HIKES APPROVED FOR FERRIDAY WORKERS: NOT FOR ALDERMEN
The Ferriday Town Council granted a six percent pay raise for city employees Tuesday night, but balked at Johnnie Brown's suggestion that aldermen hike their pay by $500 a month.
• RAISES APPROVED FOR VIDALIA MAYOR, ALDERMEN
The Vidalia Town Council -- on a 3-2 vote -- passed an ordinance boosting the salaries of the mayor, alderman and chief of police. The pay raises lift Mayor Hyram Copeland's annual salary $13,000 from $53,500 to $69,500; the police chief $10,100 from $44,900 to $55,000 annually; and aldermen from $250 to $600 monthly.
• FERRIDAY MAYOR GIVES FAREWELL ADDRESS
Outgoing Ferriday Mayor Gene Allen, at his regular town council meeting, said Tuesday night in his farewell speech that the past four years has been "quite an experience."
• ANDERS INTRODUCES AGRITOURISM BILL
Rep. Andy Anders announced this week that a bill easing the burdens on agritourism businesses in Louisiana is on the verge of passage.
• ORDINANCES PASSED FOR LAKE ST. JOHN
The Lake St. John Recreational & Water Conservation District Board of Directors passed ordinances and discussed plans for the construction of a community center during a meeting Monday night.
• POLICE JURY VIEWS HEALTH UNIT, EUGENE WILLIAMS ROAD
The Concordia Parish Police Jury will wait for direction from officials with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals concerning renovation work to the Health Unit in Ferriday. The Jury may also consider tweaking its policy on issuing building permits to subdivision developers due in part to a problem on the Eugene Williams Road in Ferriday.
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