2:00 P.M.

Cameron Parish Police Jury
West Annex – Board Room
148 Smith Circle, Cameron, LA

    1. Call to Order
    2. Pledge of Allegiance/Prayer
    4. Approval of Minutes
    5. Approval of Add-ons:
    6. Other Permits:
      • a. Miami Corporation – Approx. 7.47 miles NW of Creole, T14S-R7W, T14S-R8W, T13S-R7W, T13S-R8W, T13S-R9W, (proposed clean-out of existing trenasses), Cameron Parish, LA. (190301)
      • b. Miami Corporation – Grand Chenier, T15S-R4W, T15S-R3W, (proposed clean-out of existing trenasses), Cameron Parish, LA. (190302)
      • c. Miami Corporation – Grand Chenier, T13S-R4W, T13S-R5W, T13S-R6W, T13SR7W, T14S-R6W, T14S-R7W, (proposed clean-out of existing trenasses), Cameron Parish, LA. (190303)
      • d. Walter Oil & Gas Corporation – Grand Chenier, T15S-R3W, (proposed to plug and abandon the SL 20350 Well No. 1 and removal of associated platforms and flowline), Cameron Parish, LA. (190304)
      • e. Cameron Parish Gravity Drainage District No. 7 – Johnson Bayou, Deep Bayou, Section 5, T15S-R14W, (proposed renewal of a 5-barrel salinity control structure and boat barrier within Deep Bayou to protect the interior intermediate and brackish marshes from high saline waters and approx. 850 cu. yds. of hauled in topsoil/dirt to be used to complete the embankment across the bayou), Cameron Parish, LA. (190305)
      • f. Cameron Parish Gravity Drainage District No. 7 – Johnson Bayou, South of Smith Ridge Rd., (proposed renewal to construct a single earthen terrace in shallow open water area to offset impacts resulting from CUP No. P20190114), Cameron Parish, LA (190306)
      • g. Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC – Johnson Bayou Area, (proposed excavation activities at eleven anomaly dig sites to inspect pipeline integrity along Transco’s existing North High Island Pipeline B), Cameron Parish, LA. (190307)
      • h. Raleigh Newman – Johnson Bayou, Greens Bayou Tract, Section 25-27, T12S-R13W, (proposed to restore historic hydrology within the project & limit circulation of tidal waters within internal marsh, install (2) water/salinity control structures along with multiple plugs, and a section of approx. 2,940 ft. of levee for perimeter containment), Cameron Parish, LA. (190308)
      • i. Venture Global Calcasieu Pass LNG – Varies Areas, Sections 4, 5, & 6, T15S-R10W, Sections 27, & 28, T14S-R9W, Sections 19, 20, & 25, T14S-R7W, Section 5, T15SR6W, (proposed geotechnical borings and site surveys at 22 sites to support a future pipeline), Cameron Parish, LA. (190309)
      • j. Jordan Lands, LLC – Sweetlake, Off LA Hwy. 384, Section 17, T12S, R7W, (proposed excavation of borrow/pit, approximately 142 acres, to provide fill material for local industry and infrastructure and must adhere to the stipulations set by Gravity District No. 8), Cameron Parish, LA. (181203)
    7. Appointments:
      • a. Library Board of Control – Peter Posada, term expired
      • b. Lower Cameron Hospital District No. 2 – Barry Hunt, term expired
      • c. Recreation District No. 9 – Nina Jones, term expired
      • d. Cameron Parish Tourism Commission – JoAnn Nunez, term expired
      • e. Cameron Parish Tourism Commission – Tunie Dunaway, term expired
      • f. Waterworks District No. 2 – Donald Buford, term expired
      • g. Waterworks District No. 2 – Mark Trahan, term expired (tabled from previous
    8. Authorize Audit Engagement Agreement with Gragson, Casiday & Guillory, LLP
      for the Year Ending December 31, 2018
    9. President Authority to sign Compliance Questionnaire with Gragson, Casiday, &
      Guillory, LLP
    10. President Authority to sign Letter of Renewal of Beach Monitoring Agreement with
      DHH – Louisiana Beach Monitoring Program
    11. Ratification of approval for President Authority to sign LPA Assurance Letter with
    12. Conduct Public Hearing to Abandon Parish Road 543 (Romero Road); located in Section
      10, T15S, R14W (Johnson Bayou), Cameron, LA
    13. Adopt Resolution to abandon Parish Road 543 (Romero Road); located in Section 10,
      T15S, R14W (Johnson Bayou), Cameron, LA
    14. Consideration of Change Order No. 10 – Courthouse Renovations, additional work
      identified (as described below) – Total Contract Increase – $21,007.06 increase in
      contract time 93 additional days:

      • a. COR #47 – additional labor and materials to add electrical and A/V to
        Courtroom areas – increase $21,007.06, 21 additional days
      • b. COR #48 – Weather and unforeseen project related delays 72 additional days,
        no contract increase
    15. Consideration of Change Order No. 1 – Cameron Fisheries Project Wescold Systems,
      Contractor Credit ($25,057.00), Delete item #6 – Glycol Chiller from the scope of work
    16. Increase allocation of funding to LSU Ag Center in the amount of $1,547.00 for
      Extension Programs
    17. Consideration of Request from Venture Global to Commence with the Abandonment of
      the Southern End of PR No. 3143 (Davis Road) in Accordance with Police Jury
      Resolution Adopted January 14, 2019
    18. Accept Bids for Cameron Fisheries Equipment – Pneumatic Ice Conveyor System
    19. Pay Bills

Adjourn Meeting

See the official document.