When officials from Medgreen, a medical and food waste sterilization firm, approached the police jury about establishing a transfer station in Acadia, two jurors immediately proclaimed, “Not in my
Acadia Parish Police Jury
A new medial and food waste treatment facility is looking to locate in Acadia Parish.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Police Jury President David Savoy, left, listens as Brad Andrus, attorney, makes a point prior to Tuesday night’s police jury meeting. Andrus tendered his resignation during the meeting, however, jurors, by unanimous voice vote, refused to accept his resignation and instructed Savoy to meet with the attorney to “establish parameters.”
In a move that surprised members of the Acadia Parish Police Jury here Tuesday night, parish attorney Brad Andrus resigned the position he has held for the last six-and-a-half years.
An executive (closed) session is expected when the Acadia Parish Police Jury meets here Tuesday (tonight) in regular monthly session.
Thirty years ago Friday, Aug. 10, Ruby Dalcour walked into the Acadia Parish Courthouse for her first day on the job with the police jury.