Police Jury

It was a light meeting for the Webster Parish Police Jury on Tuesday. The Jury approved several board appointments: Sarepta Fire District #5 Appointment of Rev. Todd Pickard to replace Mack Garrett for the term of January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022.  Reappointment of Mike Corley to a 2 year term from January 1, […]

A number of board appointments highlighted the final meeting of the Webster Parish Police Jury for 2020 on Tuesday.  Board Appointments included: Webster Parish Library Board of Control Reappointment of Laura Evans to a 5 year term expiring 12/31/2025 Pine Country Education Center Board of Commissioners Appoint Lisa Balkom to 2 year term expiring 12/31/2022 […]

As Louisiana moves into Phase 2 on Friday, June 5, 2020, free drive through testing will be offered to state residents who are 18 years or older with a valid ID. All persons will stay in their vehicle while the test is conducted. There will be 50 tests available on a first come first served […]

For the third straight month, the Webster Parish Police Jury met via teleconference as some members were still not in attendance at the Courthouse Annex for Tuesday’s meeting of the Webster Parish Police Jury. It was the final day for the Secretary-Treasurer, as Ronda Carnahan, who has served in the position since 2005, is retiring […]

High speed broad band availability to areas of Bossier Parish which currently are not served could be a matter for study for the parish Police Jury in the near future. A pair of Benton residents asked police jury members Wednesday to consider forming a committee to look at what can be done to convince providers […]

The Webster Parish Police Jury held its monthly meeting on Tuesday morning. The meeting was again by teleconference, with some members choosing to meet at the Courthouse Annex and some calling in to the meeting. Among the items addressed by the Jury included: Approving Video Poker/Alcohol Sales Permit for Bonnie & Clyde Café and Convenience […]

Bossier Parish Police Jury members will conduct its regular business meeting Wednesday, May 6 both in person and by teleconference. In order to comply with Governor John Bel Edwards’ directive on public gatherings, no more than 10 people will be allowed in the jury meeting room. An emergency declaration that closed the Bossier Parish Courthouse […]

The Claiborne Parish Police Jury is set to meet on Wednesday at 10 am at the CPPJ Administration Building at 507 West Main Street in Homer. While the meeting is open to the public, the Police Jury will be limiting the attendance size to 25% of the Fire Marshal’s rated capacity. The Police Jury also […]

For a second month in a row, the Webster Parish Police Jury will meet via teleconference on Tuesday at 11 am. Among items on the agenda include: Approving Video Poker/Alcohol Sales Permit Budget Amendments ending April 30, 2020 Approve Financial statements Board Appointments A full copy of the agenda can be found here.  

After years of denials by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) over claims of damage to paved roads in south Bossier Parish during the historic floods of 2015 and 2016, the parish has won an unprecedented victory on appeal. Parish Attorney Patrick Jackson announced at Wednesday’s Police Jury meeting that an appeals panel of judges […]


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