STATEWIDE BURN BAN ISSUED DURING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY
BATON ROUGE- State Fire Marshal H. “Butch” Browning, in collaboration with Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, have issued a statewide cease and desist order for all private burning, pursuant to authority under R.S. 40:1602. Private burning shall only be allowed by permission of the local fire department or local government. This order is effective as of 8 a.m., March 25, 2020 and shall remain in effect until rescinded.
“This burn ban is necessary to supplement the governor’s ‘Stay At Home’ order aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19 due to the anticipation that there may be an increase in open burning occurring across the state as families look for ways to pass the time at home,” said State Fire Marshal H. “Butch” Browning, “This order will assist in preventing potential fire-related dangers that could result in unnecessary fire service response as well as diminish airborne irritants caused by burning.”
This ban shall not apply to prescribed burns by the Department of Agriculture and Forestry, by those trained and certified by the Department of Agriculture and Forestry, or by those who conduct prescribed burning as a “generally accepted agriculture practice” as defined by the Louisiana Right to Farm Law
(R.S. 3:3601 et seq.).
Violation of this Fire Marshal order could result in criminal and/or civil penalties.
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The Grant Parish Police Jury is currently hiring for a Human Resources Manager/ Accounts Payable & Receivable Clerk
o Experience in Human Resources management, Accounts payable & receivable
o High School Diploma or equivalent
o Excellent computer skills
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o Knowledgeable with employee benefits and FMLA Skills
o Excellent organizational skills, work under deadlines, able to work with others, multitask
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Duties, responsibilities and activities may change from time to time with or without notice.
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200 MAIN ST – COURTHOUSE
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Grant Parish Police Jury is proud to announce that the Kateland Road Reconstruction Project (Bayou Darrow to LA 492) will commence on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. This project is funded by the Honorable John Bel Edwards, Division of Administration Community Development Block Grant Program FY2018.
This construction project consists of removing and replacing existing culverts, in-place-cement treated base course asphaltic concrete paving and associated miscellaneous items.
There will be short road closures and delays. Please exercise caution and plan accordingly. Detours will be provided during construction: Kateland to LA 8 or Kateland Road to LA 492 depending on your location/destination. Sparrow Lane is also available for detour of light passenger vehicle (posted bridge).
Pan American Engineers, LLC will be the professional engineers in charge of this project. Diamond B Construction Co., LLC will be the contractor performing this work.
For additional information:
Steve Haise: (318) 446-1168
Cephas Bowie, Jr.: (318) 201-9502
Congratulations to the 2020-2023 Grant Parish Police Jurors
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Thank you to everyone who attended the annual tree decorating event at the Grant Parish Courthouse yesterday evening. A special thank you to Dr. Tara Smith, Regional Director of the LSU Ag Center Central Region, Mrs. Donna Delong, Administrative Coordinator 3, Mrs. Letha Carey, Mrs. Virginia Foster, and students of Grant Parish including members of the Grant Parish 4-H and Junior Leaders. The true beauty is the love and fellowship that is put into each ornament adorning its branches.