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|Four firms seeking Jury engineering job|
One of four companies will be chosen as the parish's next engineer at the Police Jury's first regular meeting next month.
A committee of four jurors has been named to review qualifications of the firms seeking the post and will make a recommendation to the full Jury at its May 10 meeting.
Meanwhile, during its regular meeting Monday night, the Jury reviewed a preliminary design for the new courthouse roof and heard a request that constables be given a $250 monthly raise.
Four police jurors were appointed by Jury President Melvin Ferrington to serve on the special committee to review qualifications submitted by the four engineering firms.
Candidates for the job include the Jury's present engineer, Bryant Hammett & Associates of Ferriday, as well as Jordan, Kaiser and Sessions LLC of Natchez, Pan American Engineers Inc. of Alexandria and Denmon Engineering of Monroe. Serving on the Jury committee are Ferrington, Public Works Committee chairman Jimmy Jernigan, Personnel Committee chairman Red Tiffee and Policy Committee chairman Whest Shirley.
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