Pointe Coupee Parish, LA: Pit bull ban vote postponed

Next police jury meeting will be May 11. The proposal from the Animal Control Committee may be ready for discussion at that time. The Police Jury meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in the Police Jury Meeting Room, Courthouse Annex Building,160 East Main Street (located across the street from the courthouse), New Roads, Louisiana.

Contact information for Parish authorities:

Pointe Coupee Parish Police Jury
P.O. Box 290, New Roads, Louisiana 70760
(225) 638-9556 – Fax (225) 638-5555

District 1: Mr. Allen Monk
P.O. Box 285, Batchelor, LA 70715
(225) 492-3704

District 2: Mr. John Pourciau
3768 La. Hwy. 419W, Batchelor, LA 70715
(225) 492-2701

District 3: Mr. Russell Young (pushing for ban)
9005 Mandela Drive, New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-3941

District 4: Mr. Glenn Ray Cline
14110 Chenal Road, Jarreau, LA 70749
(225) 627-9511

District 5: Mr. Willie Olinde
P.O. Box 256, Ventress, LA 70783
(225) 638-8726

District 6: Mrs. Melanie Bueche
11850 Hwy 416, Lakeland, LA 70752
(225) 627-4055

District 7: Mr. Albert Dukes
8979 Rodney Drive, New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-3383

District 8: Mr. Cornell Dukes
309 Railroad Street, New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-8778

District 9: Mrs. Janet Vosburg
9431 False River Road, New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-8328

District 10: Mr. Kurt Jarreau
P. O. Box 383, Livonia, LA 70755
(225) 637-2540

District 11: Mr. Joseph Bergeron, Sr.
P. O. Box 90, Fordoche, LA 70732
(225) 637-3486

District 12: Mr. Clifford Nelson
P. O. Box 336, Ventress, LA 70783
(225) 638-3589

Police Jury postpones pit bull ban vote

By KORAN ADDO
Advocate Westside bureau
Published: Apr 28, 2010 – Page: 4B

NEW ROADS — […]

After the discussion, Young offered his motion to ban pit bull ownership, but he was voted down when other police jurors advised him that the parish would have to hold a public hearing before the ban could take effect.

Jurors Joseph “Bozo” Bergeron Sr., Melanie Bueche, Glenn Ray Cline, Cornell Dukes, Kurt Jarreau, Allen Monk, Clifford Nelson, Willie Olinde and John “Sassy” Pourciau voted instead to postpone action on the issue and allow the Animal Control Committee more time to come up with a recommendation.

Jurors Albert “Dewey” Dukes and Young voted against setting the issue aside.

Article retrieved 4/28/10 from http://www.2theadvocate.com/news/92281704.html?showAll=y&c=y

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