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The Bossier Parish Police Jury met in regular and legal session on this 15th day of August, 2001, - page 6 / 16





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August 15, 2001

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their input.


Mr. Woodward advised that a letter has been received from East Central Fire District No. 1

regarding the proposed development of Adner Ranch Estates. He stated that the fire district has

indicated that since water wells are planned for the development, they have no requirements. Motion

was made by Mr. Rogers, seconded by Mr. Johnston, to approve the plat of the proposed

development of Adner Ranch Estates. Motion carried unanimously.


There was discussion of payroll procedures to accommodate an additional deferred

compensation program. Ms. Martin provided jurors with a list of current payroll deduction

information. Mr. Woodward recommended that the number of deferred compensation providers be

limited to two. There was discussion of the large number of current deductions for various insurance

providers, and the possibility of consolidating these to reduce the number of companies.

Mr. Rogers recommended that an annual presentation be made to employees regarding

current benefits. He further recommended that employees be provided a benefit package containing

information on the available benefits. Motion was made by Dr. Shell, seconded by Mr. Rogers,

to allow Mr. John Sands, with Retirement Plan Advisors, to make a presentation to police jury

employees regarding the deferred compensation program offered by Prudential. Motion

carried unanimously. Mr. Cochran and Ms. Martin are to review current supplemental insurance

coverages for possible consolidation.


Mr. Woodward advised that the Louisiana Community Development Block Grant program

has an internet web site available that provides information on criteria for eligible uses for grant

funding. Jurors are to review the web site and discuss this matter further at the September 5 regular



There was discussion of the location of a site for construction of the proposed maximum

security jail facility. Mr. Woodward advised that Mr. Mark Montgomery has submitted an appraisal

of $1000 per acre for the 101.55 acre tract owned by Mr. Coile, located across from the existing

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