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The Bossier Parish Police Jury met in regular and legal session on this 15th day of August, 2001, - page 10 / 16

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August 15, 2001

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Mr. Patrick Williams, reported on the inmate space needs study, advising that in accordance

with the study, the bed count being considered for the new facility should be adequate to handle

current and future needs of the parish.

***

Motion was made by Mr. Altimus, seconded by Mr. Avery, to authorize payment of

accounts payable invoices for the month of July, 2001. Motion carried unanimously.

***

Mr. Mitchell urged the jury's participation with the City of Bossier City and the Levee Board

in the construction of a dock site on Red Chute Bayou at Dogwood Trail. He stated that with the use

of parish equipment, it is believed that construction costs can be reduced. Motion was made by Mr.

Mitchell, seconded by Mr. Avery, to participate with the Levee Board and the City of Bossier

City in the construction of a dock site on Red Chute Bayou at Dogwood Trail, up to a

maximum expenditure of $10,000 from the police jury. Motion carried unanimously.

***

Mr. Rogers stated that it is recommended by the Policy and Procedures Committee that the

police jury employ an outside consultant to prepare job descriptions and perform a salary survey for

police jury employees. Motion was made by Mr. Rogers, seconded by Mr. Hammack, to

proceed with the hiring of a consulting firm to prepare job descriptions and perform a salary

survey for police jury employees, as recommended. Motion carried unanimously.

***

Mr. Hammack reported on a meeting of the Building and Grounds Committee regarding

expansion of the juvenile detention center. He stated that Fibrebond has requested approval of

substantial completion of the current expansion project, and that plans for future expansion are being

reviewed. Motion was made by Mr. Hammack, seconded by Mr. Cochran, to approve the

request of Fibrebond for substantial completion of the expansion of the Bossier Parish Juvenile

Detention Center. Motion carried unanimously.

Motion was made by Mr. Hammack, seconded by Mr. Cochran, to approve the

purchase of the following items at the Bossier Parish Juvenile Detention Center, up to a

maximum expenditure of $2,000. Motion carried unanimously.

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