The Acadia Parish Police Jury will continue to furnish its weekly garbage collection services to all parish residents and eligible businesses as it has in the past, but under a new service contract
Acadia Parish Police Jury
THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
The Acadia Parish Police Jury elected officers and appointed a new secretary-treasurer during its regular January meeting held Wednesday night. From left, Robert Guidry was re-elected vice president; David Savoy was re-elected president; and A.J. “Fatty” Broussard was appointed secretary-treaurer. The president and vice president are elected for one-year terms; the secretary-treasurer is appointed for two years.
Former Police Juror A.J. “Fatty” Broussard is headed back into parish government, but in a different position.
A new control system for the Acadia Parish Jail will be considered when the Acadia Parish Police Jury meets in regular session here Wednesday.
Whether or not to commission parish Animal Control Officers, thus allowing them to carry weapons on duty, was among the topics discussed by the Acadia Parish Police Jury Tuesday night.
It’s simple, according to Acadia Parish Police Juror Richard Faul, when you compare Acadian Ambulance and St. Landry EMS, there is no comparison.