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LEESVILLE CITY COUNCIL

City of Leesville
Council Meeting Agenda
Sept. 22
3 p.m.

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge
3. Invocation
4. Roll Call
5. Minutes
6. Monthly Bills
7. Review of City Financials
8. Pay Requests

A. L39 Leesville Municipal Airport                Apron Reconstruction
Apeck Construction            Invoice No. 4            $26,416.17

B. L39 Leesville Municipal Airport                Apron Reconstruction
Pan American Engineers, LLC        Invoice No. 18387        $563.95

C. KA – Potable Water System                                Leesville DWRLF Water Improvements
Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc.                  Pay Request No. 12               $5,520.49

9. Condemnation

A. Structure located at 744 W. North Street, owned by Daniel & Joelle Carruth.

10. Resolution No. 104 authorizing the Mayor of the City of Leesville to enter into a cooperative endeavor agreement with the Vernon Parish Police Jury and the Vernon Parish Sherriff’s Office for joint use of the City’s shooting range.

11. Resolution No. 106 amending the intergovernmental agreement between the City of Leesville and the Vernon Parish Police Jury for the provision of concise language for the installation of (2) two culverts along Marie Street within the City of Leesville.

12. Resolution No. 107 authorizing the Mayor to enter into a memorandum of understanding  providing use of the State School for an event held by Hearts for Paws, a local nonprofit organization.

13. Resolution No. 108 authorizing the Mayor of the City of Leesville to sign a Certificate of Substantial Completion for Layne Christensen Company for the Water Well No. 16, M.A. Project No. A8-12037-DD.

14. Resolution No. 109 adopting a Procurement Policy, Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan, Policy Statement for Communicating Information to Persons with Sensory Impairments, and Grievance Procedure; as well as appointing the following individuals: Handicapped/Section 504 Compliance/Coordinator – Courtney Christian,  Antidisplacement Coordinator – Courtney Christian, Equal Employment Officer – Courtney Christian, Citizen Complaint Officer – Courtney Christian, Labor Compliance Officer - LCDBG Administrator, and authorizing the Mayor to sign all documents pertaining to the FY 2014 LCDBG-DN Program for the City of Leesville.

15. Resolution No. 110 authorizing the Mayor of the City of Leesville to sign a Letter of Agreement with the State of Louisiana, Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, Office of Cultural Development, Division of Historic Preservation’s Louisiana Main Street program in order to provide certain benefits and requirements placed upon the Leesville Main Street program.

16. Resolution No. 111 authorizing the Mayor to sign Amendment No. 2 to the Commercial Lease Agreement with the Vernon Parish School Board providing for an amended term and use of undeveloped property in close proximity to Building C at the Leesville Industrial Park.

17. Resolution No. 112 authorizing the Mayor to advertise for BIDS for the Wastewater Treatment Facility Enhancements, City of Leesville; M.A. Project No. A9-11062-DB.

18. Resolution No. 113 awarding the contract to the low bidder, Trek, Inc. for the Rehabilitation and/or Replacement of Lift Stations FP&C No. 50-MG3-13-01 Contract 1 – Rehabilitation of Ball Park Lift Station, approving Change Order No. 1, and committing City funds to cover the difference in the project cost vs. funding received from the State of Louisiana.

19. Introduction of Ordinance No. 29 rezoning Oschwin, LLC Parcel No. 0111533294 – Oscwin, LLC – Lot 4, Less N 5 ft, & lot 5, Blk 7, RR Add, Leesville, LA 71446 B546-P337; B830-P306 Map # 0-20 from A-8 High Density Urban District to C-2 Commercial District.

20. City Administrator Update

21. City Engineer Update

22. Chamber of Commerce Update

23. City Council Members Comments

24. Public Comments (allowed on any preceding agenda item if submitted in accordance with notice).

A. Jamie Yelverton re: Candidacy for Court of Appeals Judge
B. Sean Dowden re: Allow bars to open on Sunday afternoons

25. Mayor’s Comments

26. Adjourn



DERIDDER CITY COUNCIL

Sept. 22
5:30 p.m.

1. Meeting Called to Order

2. Invocation

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Roll Call

5. Visitor’s Docket
A. Jamie Yelverton

6. Amendments To The Agenda

7. Adoption Of Minutes From The Regular Meeting
September 8, 2014

8. Service Awards
None

9. Ratification of Appointments
None    

10. Condemnations
None

11. Resolutions
None

12. Ordinances
A. Introductions
1. AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE AMENDING THE OPERATING BUDGET OF REVENUES, OTHER FINANCING SOURCES, AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE CITY OF DERIDDER, LOUISIANA FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014, BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2013. (Operating Budget – Brand)

B. Public Hearings
1. AN ORDINANCE REZONING A CERTAIN PORTION OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT ONE LOT – 100 FEET SQUARE IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 4 OF MCMAHON ADDITION (FRANKLIN STREET) AND BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE BODY OF THIS ORDINANCE, SAID PROPERTY IS PRESENTLY ZONED R-1 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO BE REZONED TO R-3 (MULTI FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) AS REQUESTED BY STEVEN CROCKETT SR.; AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. (Rezoning – Crockett)

2. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF DERIDDER TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH JOHN A. WINDHAM, CPA, TO AUDIT THE CITY OF DERIDDER’S FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 AND FOR THE YEAR THEN ENDED; AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. (Windham – Brand)

3. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF DERIDDER TO ENTER INTO A FISCAL AGENCY AGREEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAW WITH BEAUREGARD FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, CITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN DERIDDER, FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF LOUISIANA, SABINE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AND CHASE, OR AUTHORIZED GROUP THEREOF; AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. (Fiscal Agency Agreement – Brand)

13. Payments
A. Self-Insurance
Hester’s Paint & Body Shop
Invoice # 7148
$960.33

B. Self-Insurance
Duplechain’s Paint & Body
Invoice # 158
$1,658.48

C. Self-Insurance
EAN Holdings, LLC
Invoice # 439889
$275.96

D. Self-Insurance
Hudson Glass
Invoice # 37033
$325.39

E. Self-Insurance
Penney’s Glass
Invoice # PGS0070335
$214.64

14. Reports
A. Mayor
B. Director of Public Works – Al Shellenbarger
C. Director of Finance – Ginny Brand
D. Community Service Director – Misty Clanton
E. 1st MEB / FT. Polk / Ex-Officio Council Member
F. City Council

15. Consideration of other items on the agenda
None

16. Adjournment

PUBLISH: Sunday – September 21, 2014

(Notice placed on front door of City Hall – Friday – September 19, 2014)

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