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|IN TODAY'S SENTINEL -- WEDNEDAY, JULY 16, 2008|
MCGLOTHIN SAYS $3.14 MILLION IN TRAFFIC TICKETS WRITTEN 2005-08
"In four years from 2000 to 2004 there were $544,000 in tickets written in the town," Ferriday Mayor Glen McGlothin said of the last time he was in office. "From 2005-08 there were about $3.12 million in tickets. Of that $2.5 million was collected, and that is hard to do.
FERRIDAY MAYOR SAYS WATER, SEWER PLANTS IN DIRE SHAPE
Ferriday Mayor Glen McGlothin showed council members photos of the Ferriday water plant Tuesday night which he said was in serious need of repair.
ESCAPEE MAY HAVE BEEN SITED IN CLAYTON
A Catahoula Parish correctional facility escapee -- Froilan Corrias -- may have been sighted in Clayton Tuesday night although deputies and the police chief didn't find the man.
THREE-MAN RACE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY: BOOTHE UNOPPOSED
Three candidates officially threw their hats in the ring for District Attorney in the Seventh Judicial District during qualifying last week, including Brad Burget, Andy Magoun and Ronnie McMillin. Judge Leo Boothe was unopposed for the Division B judgeship in the Seventh Judicial District, while Judge Kathy Johnson drew opposition in Division A.
LIBRARY TAX ON BALLOT SATURDAY
On Saturday, voters will go to the polls to decide the fate of a 10-year, 8.5-mill property tax renewal for the Concordia Parish Library. The tax generates about $850,000 per year for maintenance, repair, improvements, operations and other areas of support for the library system parishwide.
BARRON LOW BIDDER FOR BATHROOM WORK IN SCHOOLS
A Farmerville contractor was the low bidder at $1,587,000 for Phase 2 bathroom renovation work for schools throughout the parish. Don Barron's bid and two others were opened during the Concordia Parish School Board's regular meeting Thursday night.
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