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|Secretary of State attorney asks Police Jury to complete paperwork|
Louisiana Secretary of State attorney Steve Hawkland asked the Concordia Parish Police Jury to file paperwork detailing the completion of various minor items related to making all polling places handicapped accessible.
Hawkland told jurors at their regular meeting Monday night that Concordia is "one of the better parishes" in the state in handling its elections and said the work requested had probably been completed but paperwork should to be sent to his office prior to upcoming federal election
Jury President Melvin Ferrington acknowledged that all of the paperwork had not been filed but would be soon.
Hawkland said whatever upgrades done at polling places to make the facilities accessible to the handicapped could be reimbursed through a federal program.
"Everything that needed done in Concordia was all minor in nature," said Hawkland. Most of the work simply required the placement of signs at about a dozen polling places.
In other business, the Jury:
• Approved millages for 2008 at the same rate as last year.
• Appointed Warren Enterkin to the Concordia Waterworks Board.
• Agreed to pay L-64 Inc. $15,325 for spraying and clearing two miles of the Vidalia canal inside the city limits. The parish is obligated to keep the canal clean.
• Presented a $500 Louisiana Housing scholarship to Andrea Wright.
• Agreed to spend up to $4,000 for final work to renovate the Registrar of Voters office downstairs. The Jury had previously spent $22,800 for the work through grant funding.
• Agreed to write a letter to Barron Construction asking for an update on road repair work and asked for the reconstruction of two roads as soon as possible. The Jury declared an emergency recently on portions of the Moose Lodge Road and Eagle Road which were damaged during work on a sewer project.
• Approved occupational licenses for Marine Systems, Inc., 4984 Hwy. 84 West, Vidalia; Daniel Reed, Reed's Auto Sales, 137 Latimore Plantation Drive, Vidalia; and Sandra Tiffee, Tiffee Fine Things, Monterey.
• Approved transfers of $2,375 from the Solid Waste Fund to the General Fund, $7,500 from the Sales Tax Fund to the General Fund and $100,000 from the Sales Tax Fund to the Highway Maintenance Fund.
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