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Police Jury appoints Charles Jones to Port Commission - Avoyelles Today

It didn’t go as expected, and it was not without a little controversy, but the Avoyelles Port Commission received its first minority member at a special Avoyelles Police Jury meeting on April 20. Police Jury President Charles Jones was appointed... Juror Marsha Wiley voted against the appointment solely because she believes a more proper procedure should have been followed. She told Jones after the vote that she believes he will do a great job on the commission and her vote was not against him, but against the way it was brought to the jury. Juror Henry Moreau abstained because he felt his resignation from the Port Commission set the events in motion leading to the appointment. When Moreau resigned his Town of Simmesport-appointed position, the town named Wayne Coco as its appointee. Coco was already serving as a jury-appointee on the commission. The town’s action opened a space for a Police Jury appointment. Jones said he requested names from minority organizations and church associations to find a possible minority appointee. Wiley said other jurors should have been given an opportunity to recommend possible appointees, rather than Jones taking on that responsibility alone. Jones said he was not trying to control the process, but felt that was the best way to address the issue of identifying and naming a minority citizen willing to serve on the commission. Avoyelles NAACP President Allen Holmes told the jury he did not want black citizens being used as pawns in a political fight. Jones said he has received calls asking the jury not to fill the vacancy “because there is pending legislation. He then asked his fellow jurors to appoint him to the Port Commission to fill the vacancy, which would not only meet their legal obligation to make appointments to fill a vacancy but also add some diversity to the membership. “To say ‘There’s pending legislation’ and not carry out that duty would be derelict, in my opinion,” Jones said. “I’m willing to serve as an interim commissioner and carry out the duties of a port commissioner for as long as I on the commission,” he continued. “If the Legislature changes things in a month, so be it. ”. After the meeting, Jones said it is probably better that he fills the vacant position rather than someone from the general public, due to the possibility that the entire structure of the... “It wouldn’t be fair to name someone to a position and then in a month that position is terminated,” he noted. Robert Johnson has filed a bill seeking to restructure the Port Commission. Source: avoyellestoday.com

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  • Police Jury appoints Charles Jones to Port Commission

    04/25/16 ,via Avoyelles Today

    Juror Marsha Wiley voted against the appointment solely because she believes a more proper procedure should have been followed. She told Jones after the vote that she believes he will do a great job on the commission and her vote was not against him

  • Crowds celebrate in style

    04/23/16 ,via The Advocate

    Strutting their stuff down the runway were Carol Abadie and Michael Marsh, Rebecca Butler and Nial Patel, Stephanie Possa-Delgado and Dr. Kevin McCarthy, Holly Edmonds and Jason Dupree, Melissa Ferachi and Al Moreau, Courtney Hart and James Peltier

Books

  • In the Spirit of Homebirth

    Seven Stories Press. 2015. ISBN: 9781609805807,1609805801. 304 pages.

    The collection gives voice to those often overlooked in birthing books, including stories from indigenous families, and families from diverse socio-economic classes, religions, and urban and rural lifestyles. Also unique are the additional stories from witnesses to birth: partners describe their awe, children write sweetly of siblings' arrivals and midwives and doulas recount their experiences aiding women in their journeys. Included as landmarks amongst the stories are testaments to birth traditions such as blessingways and umbilical cord and placenta practices. From days of labor, to babies born so quickly support did not make it in time; from waterbirths at home, to transfers to the hospital; from planned pregnancies to unexpected ones; from tales of tears to tales of euphoria--the eclectic stories brought together here share one theme: they capture an intent to birth at home that comes out of a deep love for and belief in the human body and spirit. These amazing voices rise to a clarion call--women of all descents reclaiming a birthright: to give birth, and to be birthed, as they choose. It is an ancient choice made now by modern women. These stories, delightful and empowering, find the new within the old.

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  • Obituary: Shirley Ruth (Moreau) Saulnier, 79

    07/03/15 ,via Patch

    Butler. Shirley was the oldest of 6 siblings, Henry Moreau of Mississippi, Ellen Moreau Miller and her husband Robert of Tennessee, Marsha Moreau Audette and her husband William of Middletown, Mary Moreau Cardoza of Portsmouth, RI, and John Moreau of ...

  • Shirley R. Saulnier

    07/03/15 ,via The Newport Daily News

    Butler. Shirley was the oldest of 6 siblings, Henry Moreau of MS, Ellen Moreau Miller and her husband Robert of TN, Marsha Moreau Audette and her husband William of Middletown, Mary Moreau Cardoza of Portsmouth and John Moreau of Newport, and her sister-in ...

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