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Minutes of the Road Committee and Regular Meeting August 2, 2011
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            MINUTES OF THE ROAD COMMITTEE MEETING

WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY

August 2, 2011

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:   Steve Ramsey, Chairman; Steve Lemmons, Vice-Chairman; Steve Duggan; Jerri Lee;  Daniel Thomas; Vera Davison; C. C. Cox; Jim Bonsall; Charles Odom; Jimmy Thomas; and Charles Walker

MEMBERS ABSENT: Bruce Blanton

 

 

Mr. Steve Ramsey called the Road Committee Meeting to order, and Vera Davison  opened with prayer.  Mr. Ramsey then asked for additions to the agenda.

 

Mr. Charles Walker moved, seconded by Mr. Jim Bonsall to approve the following additions to the agenda:  8.  Sarepta and Sibley Road Department Security; 9.  Smithfield Road Private Property Access permission; 10.  Holiday Trail of Lights; 11.  Parish Wide Recycling report.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Charles Walker moved, seconded by Mr. Jim Bonsall to approve the 2010 re-bid for Crushed Stone and Rip Rap.  Mr. Teddy Holloway recommended that the Jury approve the bid from Granite Mountain Quarries.  The bid is for delivery to Hanson Yard in Bossier City and the Jury will truck the rock to each location or will get quotes for hauling from the Hanson Yard to location.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. C. C. Cox moved, seconded by Mrs. Jerri M. Lee to approve a resolution from the town of Sibley to widen NE 4thAvenue at the Hwy 371 intersection using municipality funding.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. C. C. Cox moved, seconded by Mr. Daniel Thomas to approve a resolution from the Town of Cotton Valley to repair streets on the list submitted using municipality funds and $5,000.00  from the town sales tax fund.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. C. C. Cox moved, seconded by Mr. Daniel Thomas to approve a resolution from the Town of Cotton Valley to clean ditches on North Main Street.  Motion carried unanimously. 

 

Mr. Steve Duggan moved, seconded by Mr. Daniel Thomas to approve a Juror Approved Dedication of Right of Way for the Country Place Road Extension.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Concerning the installation of a 4 way Stop to be located at the intersection of Benson Road and Blue Run Road, Parish Engineer Brad Graff recommended that a 4-Way Stop Sign be placed at each leg of the intersection and that if possible a flashing sign be placed there for a couple of weeks in order to make the public aware of the new stop restrictions at this intersection.  The news media was also asked to make the public aware.  Mr. Steve Duggan moved, seconded by Mr. Daniel Thomas to approve the recommendation as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Jim Bonsall moved, seconded by Mr. Charles Odom to approve setting a 25 MPH from end to end on the Central School Loop.    Motion carried unanimously.

 

Ms. Vera Davison moved, seconded by Mr. C. C. Cox to obtain quotes for security equipment to install at the two road departments at a cost of approximately $3,500.00.  Motion carried unanimously. 

 

Mr. Charles Walker moved, seconded by Mr. Charles Odom to ratify action taken to clean out a beaver dam on private property, with owner permission, and alleviate the drainage issues on the parish road, Smithfield Road.  Motion carried unanimously. 

 

 

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Mr. Charles Odom told the Jury that the City of Minden will be included in the Tour of Lights that will extend from Natchitoches to the Monroe area.  This will be a two month long event and Mr. Odom urged the Jury to be involved in this event due to the fact the the Parish owns two of the largest buildings in Minden. 

 

Mr. Odom then told the Committee about a planned “Parish Wide Recycling Day” that will be held at the Minden Fair Grounds on October 29, 2011.  Republic Waste is partnering with the Jury to host this event.  Citizens will be able to drop off waste that is not normally taken to the landfill such as paint, batteries, tires, white goods, etc.

 

There being no further business to bring before the committee, the meeting adjourned.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

Ronda C. Carnahan                                                                Steve Ramsey

Secretary-Treasurer                                                                 Chairman

 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING

WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY

July 5, 2011

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:  Charles Walker, President; Vera Davision, Vice President; Jim Bonsall; Steve Ramsey; Charles Odom; Daniel Thomas; Jerri Lee; C. C. Cox; Steve Lemmons; Jimmy Thomas; and Steve Duggan

MEMBERS ABSENT:  Bruce Blanton

 

Mr. Charles Walker, President, called the meeting to order, and asked COL Carl Thompson to open the meeting with prayer, and Mr. Morris Guin to lead in the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Mr. Walker then asked for additions to the agenda:  Mr. Jim Bonsall moved, seconded by Mr. C.C. Cox to add:   11.  Main to Main;  4. Delete the agenda item and add Mr. Charles McBride representing Tiberon Company. Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Steve Ramsey moved, seconded by Mr. Charles Odom to approve the minutes of the July 5, 2011 Road Committee meeting with the following correction:  “Mr. Charles Walker moved, seconded by Mr. Charles Odom to surface the Haynes Road with 3-shot using Road District A funding for an estimated cost of $8,000.00”.  To approve the minutes of the July 5, 2011 Regular Meeting.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Ms. Vera Davison moved, seconded by Steve Lemmons to approve invoices for payment pending review of the committee.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Charles McBride spoke to the Jury concerning the possible contract for the Tiberon Company to obtain a defense contract to be housed at Camp Minden facility.  Mr. Daniel Thomas moved, seconded by Mr. Steve Duggan to authorize a Resolution of Endorsement and Support of the efforts to bring Tiberon to Camp Minden, and to have the Secretary-Treasurer and the Parish Attorney  draw up a Resolution and forward to the appropriate agencies.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Jim Bonsall moved, seconded by Mrs. Jerri Lee to approve Webster Parish Ordinance # 1002 to correct the legal description of Districts 6&7 – A technical correction that does not change the demographics of the pre-cleared plan by the DOJ.

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mrs. Margie Williamson presented the 2010 Audit of the Financials of the Webster Parish Police Jury, the Webster Parish Police Jury Office of Community Services, and the Webster Parish E-911 Communications District.  Mrs. Williams stated that there was an unqualified opinion on all units, a clean audit. 

 

 

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Mr. C. C. Cox moved, seconded by Mr. Charles Odom to adopt a Resolution to comply with requirements of the Louisiana Community Development Block Grant for water improvements, including plans and policies, appointments and authorization of individuals for compliance with the LCDBG regulations.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Steve Duggan moved, seconded by Mr. Jimmy Thomas to approve the appointment of Mr. Tim Mouser to the Board of the Shongaloo Fire Protection District #9 to replace Mr. Bobby Ward upon his retirement.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Steve Duggan moved, seconded by Mr. Jim Bonsall to accept the resignation of Mr. Tom Moore and to approve the appointment of Mr. Gary Moreland to serve as Chairman and to fill the vacancy of Mr. Moore and to accept the resignation of Mr. Lane Davison and to approve the appointment of Mr. James Culpepper to fill the vacancy of Mr. Davison.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Ms. Vera Davison moved, seconded by Mr. Jim Bonsall to approve the Ordinance # 1003 to adopt the millage rates of the Webster Parish Police Jury for the year 2011.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mrs. Jerri Lee moved, seconded by Steve Lemmons to approve the Budget Amendments of August 1, 2011 for the Webster Parish Police Jury.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Jimmy Thomas moved, seconded by Mr. C. C. Cox to approve a Beer Permit Application for T. C. Lounge and Bar L.L.C. pending review by the Webster Parish Sheriff Department.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

The next item on the agenda was discussion of the Webster Parish Main to Main event.  The towns of Sibley and Heflin have been removed from the event. 

 

MONTHLY REPORTS:

Ms Vera Davison reported for Mrs. Wanda Finley for the Webster Parish Head Start

Beverly Hammett                                               Webster Parish Library

Susan Baird                                          Webster Humane Association

Lisa Holmes                                         Webster Parish Extension Office

Michael Owens                                    Webster Parish County Agent (Newly appointed)

COL Carl Thompson                          Camp Minden –LA Military

 

JUROR COMMENTS:

 

Mr. Steve Ramsey moved, seconded by Mr. Steve Lemmons to approve the action of the Road Committee Meeting held earlier today.   Motion carried unanimously.

 

Mr. Charles Odom commented on the Audit Report, the Webster Parish Police Jury has not raised taxes in the last 20 years and have continued to provide needed services for the citizens of the parish. 

 

Ms. Vera Davison expressed her appreciation to COL Carl Thompson and the YCP staff for the invitation to the YCP Graduation.  It was a packed house, well attended.  Ms. Davison then addressed Beverly Hammett as a former librarian she appreciated all of her hard work. 

 

Mrs. Jerri Lee told the Jury that as a Board member of the Library Board of Control, she could truly say that the Parish is blessed to have the facilities and staff that we have in Webster Parish.  Mrs. Lee then addressed the guest attending the meeting, she stated that their attendance is appreciated and it helps to keep the Jurors aware of the needs of the community.  Mrs. Lee also thanked COL Thompson for the work that is being done at Camp Minden for the Cadets at YCP.

 

 

 

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Morris Guin, Webster Parish Assessor’s Office told the Jury that there have been 48 new houses built in Webster Parish and 18 new businesses.  Many of the businesses are oil and gas related fields, and they are well run and established business that will be in our area for some time. 

 

Mr. Charles Walker, who recently had back surgery, that he was doing well and getting back to 100% thanks to all of the encouragement from Jurors as well as friends of the Police Jury.  He thanked everyone for the cards, calls, food, and most especially the prayers. 

 

There being no further business to bring before the Jury, the Meeting adjourned.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                               

Ronda C. Carnahan                                                                Charles Walker

Secretary-Treasurer                                                                 President

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STATE OF LOUISIANA

PARISH OF WEBSTER

ADOPTED:              August 2, 2011                                                                                       

W.P. CLERK FILE #  527971

WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY

ORDINANCE # 1002    

 

MOTION OFFERED BY: ___Jim Bonsall__            SECONDED BY: _Jerri M. Lee_______

 

ORDINANCE AMENDING WEBSTER PARISH ORDINANCE #999 THAT ADOPTED A TWELVE (12) DISTRICT SINGLE MEMBER PLAN OF REAPPORTIONMENT FOR WEBSTER PARISH TO COMPLY WITH REAPPORTIONMENT LAWS, BASED ON 2010 PL94171 DATA, TO REAPPRANGE, CHANGE AND RELOCATE VOTING PRECINCTS. 

TO CORRECT THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF DISTRICT 6 AND DISTRICT 7;  A TECHNICAL CORRECTION THAT DOES NOT CHANGE THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE PRECLEARED PLAN AS APPROVED IN THE JULY 12, 2011 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE LETTER.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY IN REGULAR SESSION ON THIS THE  2ND Day of August, 2011 , THAT SAID POLICE JURY DOES HEREBY REDISTRICT AND REAPPORTION THE PARISH OF WEBSTER IN ACCORDANCE WITH 2010 PL94171 DATA AS PROVIDED BY LAW AS FOLLOWS:

 

 

DISTRICT 6

The point of beginning being Louisiana and Arkansas R.R. and Methodist Camp Rd.; thence easterly and southerly along Methodist Camp Road to its confluence with Caney Creek; thence easterly along Caney Creek to its intersection Boy Scout Road; thence southeasterly along Boy Scout Road to its intersection with La. Hwy 159; thence southerly along La. Hwy 159 to its intersection with unnamed road; thence easterly along unnamed road to its confluence with Mile Creek; thence easterly along Mile Creek to its intersection with Germantown Road; thence northeasterly along Germantown Road to its confluence with an unnamed creek; thence easterly along  the unnamed creek to its intersection with pipeline/power transmission line; thence northeasterly along the pipeline/power transmission line to its intersection with Miller Road; thence southerly along Miller Road to its intersection with U.S. Hwy 79; thence northeasterly along U.S. Hwy 79 to its intersection with the Webster Parish Boundaries; thence southerly, westerly and southerly along the Webster Parish Boundaries to its intersection with Mims Grocery Rd.; thence northerly along Mims Grocery Rd. to its intersection with Alfred Loop; thence east along Alfred Loop to its intersection with Oscar Moore Rd.; thence north and east along Oscar Moore Rd. to its intersection with Mims Grocery Rd.; thence north along Mims Grocery Rd. to its intersection with State Route 531; thence continue north along State Route 531 to its intersection with corporate limits of  Dubberly, La.; thence east, north, and west along said boundaries to its intersection with Jack Martin Rd.;  thence northerly along Jack Martin Rd. to its intersection with  I-20; thence east along I-20 to its intersection with a pipline/power transmission line; thence northerly along said powerline to its intersection with State Route 532; thence northerly along Hwy 532 to its intersection with Hwy 80; thence west along Hwy 80 to its intersection with a pipeline/power transmission line; thence northwesterly along said pipeline/power transmission line to its intersection with Old Arcadia Rd.; thence westerly along Old Arcadia Rd. to its intersection with US Highway 79; thence northeasterly along US Highway 79 to its intersection with a pipeline/power transmission line; thence west along said pipeline/power transmission line to its intersection with Sanders Dr.; thence continue west along Sanders Dr. to its intersection with a powerline/pipeline; thence continue west along said powerline to its intersection with Whispering Pines Dr.; thence south along Whispering Pines Dr. to its intersection with Eames St.; thence west along Eames St. to its intersection with Drake Dr.; thence

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southwesterly along Drake Dr. to its intersection with Hinton St..; thence westerly along Hinton St. to its intersection with Beech St.; thence northeasterly along Beech St. to its intersection with Gloria Dr.; thence southerly along Gloria Dr. to its intersection with Kennon St.; thence west along Kennon St. to its intersection with Germantown Rd.; thence northeasterly along Germantown Rd. to its intersection with a powerline; thence west along said powerline to its intersection with Lewisville Rd.; thence south along Lewisville Rd. to its intersection with Pecanview Dr.; thence west, south, and west  along Pecanview Dr. to its intersection with Bonnie Lane; thence north along Bonnie Lane to its intersection with Roy St.; thence west along Roy St. to its intersection with Howard St.; thence south along Howard St. to its intersection with Ellis Dr.; thence west along Ellis Dr. to its intersection with Constable St.; thence north along Constable St. to its intersection with Shirley Dr.; thence west along Shirley Dr. to its intersection with Mile Creek; thence south along Mile Creek to its intersection with Norman St.; thence southwesterly along Norman St. to its intersection with Brenda Cir.; thence northwesterly along Brenda Cir to its intersection with Caney St.; thence westerly along Caney St. to its intersection with Pine St.; thence northerly along Pine St. to its intersection with Methodist Camp Rd.; thence northerly along Methodist Camp Rd. to its intersection with a powerline; thence west along said powerline to its intersection with the Louisiana and Arkansas R.R.; thence northerly along said Louisiana and Arkansas R.R. back to the point of beginning.

DISTRICT 7

The point of beginning being Bayou Dorcheat and I-20; thence east along I-20 to its intersection with the Louisiana and Arkansas R.R.; thence north along said R.R. to its intersection with US Hwy 371; thence north along US Hwy 371 to its intersection with Sibley Rd.; thence continue north along Sibley Rd. to its intersection with Midland St.; thence east along Midland St. to its intersection with East St.; thence south along East St. to its intersection with Bailey St.; thence east along Bailey St. to its intersection with Lewis St.; thence south along Lewis St. to its intersection with Pershing St.; thence east along Pershing St. to its intersection with Fulton St.; thence south along Fulton St. to its intersection with Evans St.; thence west along Evans St. to its intersection with Young St.; thence south along Young St. to its intersection with Marion St.; thence west along Marion St. to its intersection with East St.; thence south along East St. to its intersection with Industrial Dr.; thence southeasterly along Industrial Dr. to its intersection with Cooley Branch; thence northeasterly along Cooley Branch to its intersection with US Hwy 80; thence east along US Hwy 80 to its intersection with Country Pines Dr.; thence north along Country Pines Dr. to its intersection with Southridge Dr.; thence northerly along Southridge Dr. to its intersection with Cooley Br.; thence easterly along Cooley Br. to its intersection with State Route 531; thence north along State Route 531 to its intersection with Country Club Cir.; thence continue north along Country Club Cir. to its intersection with Sanders Dr.; thence east along Sanders Dr. to its intersection with a powerline; thence continue east along said powerline to its intersection with US Hwy 79; thence southwesterly along US Hwy 79 to its intersection with Old Arcadia  Rd.; thence east  along Old Arcadia Rd. to a powerline; thence southeasterly along said powerline to its intersection with US Hwy 80; thence easterly along US Hwy 80 to its intersection with State Route 532; thence southerly along State Route 532 to its intersection with a powerline; thence southeasterly along said powerline to its intersection with I-20; thence west along I-20 to its intersection with Jack Martin Rd.; thence south along Jack Martin Rd to its intersection with the corporate limits of Dubberly, Louisiana; thence  east, south and west along said boundaries to its intersection with Nursery Rd.; thence west along Nursery Rd. to its intersection with the corporate limits of Sibley, Louisiana; thence east, north, east, north, west, and south along said boundaries to its intersection (on west side of Sibley) with State Route 164; thence west along State Route 164 to its intersection with Bayou Dorcheat; thence north along Bayou Dorcheat back to the point of beginning.

*Includes the corporate boundaries of the Village of Dubberly

BE IT ORDAINED that if any action of this ordinance were declared unconstitutional, that the rest of said ordinance should be and remain in full force and effect.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED by the Webster Parish Police Jury that this ordinance will supersede all prior resolutions or ordinances of the Webster Parish Police Jury, which are in conflict.

 

THUS DONE, CONSIDERED AND ADOPTED by the following vote on this the 2nd  day of  August 2011:

 

YEAS:                     11                            NAYS:                     0                              ABSENT                 

 

_____S/____________________________                           _____S/______________________________

Ronda Carnahan, Secretary Treasurer                      Charles Walker, President

Webster Parish Police Jury                                       Webster Parish Police Jury

 

 

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STATE OF LOUISIANA

PARISH OF WEBSTER

Adopted      August 2, 2011

WP CLERK FILE #527972  

   

 

WEBSTER PARISH ORDINANCE #              1003       

 

AN ORDINANCE LEVYING TAXES FOR REVENUE FOR EXPENSES OF THE WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY FOR THE YEAR 2011

 

SECTION I.          BE IT ORDAINED by the Webster Parish Police Jury in regular session convened, this 2nd  day of August , 2011, that in accordance with law and conformable to the budget of expenditures heretofore adopted by the Webster Parish Police Jury for the year 2011, and for the purpose of raising the necessary revenues to meet the charges and expenses of the Parish of Webster, according to its value as may be finally assessed, the following taxes for the year 2011, to wit:

 

  1. For general parish purposes (General alimony tax)  on all taxable property inside the corporate limits of the City of Minden, Louisiana and inside the corporate limits of the City of Springhill, Louisiana……………(2.03) MILLS  1077003

 

  1. For general parish purposes (General alimony tax) on all taxable property outside

the corporate limits of the City of Minden, Louisiana  and the City of Springhill, Louisiana……………………………………………..(4.06) MILLS 1077002

 

  1. For the maintenance and operation of the Webster Parish Courthouse, Webster   

      Parish Health Unit and Agricultural Extension Service..(2.78) MILLS 1077004

 

  1. For acquiring, constructing, improving, furnishing, equipping, operating and/or

      maintaining Public Libraries in Webster Parish…… (12.00) MILLS 1077005

 

  1. For the construction, maintenance, and repairing of Roads and Bridges located

      in Road District “A” of Webster Parish, Louisiana……...(2.65) MILLS 1077009

 

  1. For the construction, maintenance, and repairing of Road and Bridges located in     

Road District “B” of Webster Parish Louisiana………….(3.92) MILLS 1077010

 

  1. For constructing and improving Public Libraries for Webster Parish and acquiring the necessary land, equipment and furnishings therefore authorized and directed in Webster Parish, LA………….Bonds..__1.00____ MILLS 1077046

 

SECTION II.                        BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the Assessor of Webster Parish, Louisiana, shall extend said tax on the assessment rolls of Webster Parish, Louisiana for the year 2010, and the Tax Collector of Webster Parish, Louisiana shall collect and account for the same in the same manner at the same time as provided for the collection of taxes and that same shall become delinquent and bear the same penalty as provided by law for taxes.

WHICH ORDINANCE,      On Motion of          Vera Davison                           , seconded by

                Jim  Bonsall                             Was adopted this   2nd day of August, 2011.  by the following vote:

 

YEA:       11                            ABSTAIN:               0             

NEA:       0                              ABSENT:                1                   

 

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Ronda C. Carnahan                                                                 Charles R. Walker

Secretary-Treasurer                                                                  President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WEBSTER PARISH POLICE JURY

BID TABULATION

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS – RE-BID

July 6, 2011 – 2:00 P.M.

 

 

CRUSHED STONE AND RIP RAP:                                                                                                

Delivered to Cotton Valley

Bossier City or Cullen                                             FOB Parish Truck Hanson Bossier City

Description                                              Hollingsworth Construction                                Granite Mountain Q                            

 

#1A         3/4”                                         $32.50                                                                     $27.05*

#2            1/2”                                         $36.50                                                                     $30.80*

#3            3/8                                           $36.75                                                                     $31.05*

                2”                                            $34.50                                                                     No Bid

Rip Rap   6”                                            $34.50                                                                     No Bid

                    8”                                        $36.50                                                                     No Bid

                  12”                                        $36.50                                                                     $30.00

                                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                Delivered to Sarepta and                                         FOB Parish Truck to

                                                Stockpiled                                                                               Hanson, Bossier City

Description                              Hollingsworth Construction                                                Granite Mountain                                

 

#1A         3/4”                                         $39.50                                                                     No Bid

#2            1/2”                                         $43.50                                                                     No Bid

#3            3/8                                           $43.75                                                                     No Bid

                2”                                            $37.00                                                                     No Bid

Rip Rap   6”                                            $37.00                                                                     No Bid

                    8”                                        $39.00                                                                     No Bid

                  12”                                        $39.00                                                                     No Bid

                                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                Delivered to Minden or Bossier City                      FOB Parish Truck to

                                                Loaded in Parish Trucks                                         Hanson, Bossier City

Description                              Hollingsworth Construction                                                Granite Mountain                                

 

#1A         3/4”                                         $38.50                                                                     $27.05

#2            1/2”                                         $42.50                                                                     $30.80

#3            3/8                                           $42.75                                                                     $31.50

                2”                                            $34.50                                                                     No Bid

Rip Rap   6”                                            $34.50                                                                     No Bid

                    8”                                        $36.50                                                                     No Bid

                  12”                                        $36.50                                                                     $30.00

                                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                Delivered to Sibley and                                           FOB Parish Truck to

                                                Stockpiled                                                                               Hanson, Bossier City

Description                              Hollingsworth Construction                                                Granite Mountain                                

 

#1A         3/4”                                         $39.50                                                                     No Bid

#2            1/2”                                         $43.50                                                                     No Bid

#3            3/8                                           $43.75                                                                     No Bid

                2”                                            $37.00                                                                     No Bid

Rip Rap   6”                                            $37.00                                                                     No Bid

                    8”                                        $39.00                                                                     No Bid

                  12”                                        $39.00                                                                     No Bid

 

 

 

  

 

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