The Parish Government Highway Dept. performed 198 jobs during September according to the report submitted to the Parish Council by Director Johnny Salard. The jobs cost a total of $219,958; $41,551 for labor; $65,792 for materials and $112,615 for equipment. The jobs represented 109 miles that received maintenance. The department also put out 1,359 yards of reclaimed asphalt that was taken off of Fish Hatchery Road.
There was one job in District 1 represented by Chris Paige. That job cost $1,091 with $468 for labor and $623 for equipment. There were 27 miles graded. There were six jobs in District 2 represented by Patsy Ward-Hoover. They cost $6,047 with $589 for labor, $3,749 for materials and $1,708 for equipment. There were 33 miles graded. There were two jobs in District 3 represented by Jim Kilcoyne. The total was $6,560 with $1,030 for labor, $3,126 for materials and $2,403 for equipment. There were 18 miles graded.
There were 112 jobs for 71 miles in District 4 represented by Monty Cheatwood. The total cost was $100,061 with $20,988 for labor, $21,168 for materials and $57,905 for equipment. There were 377 miles graded. The largest district by size, District 5, represented by John Salter, had 77 jobs with a cost of $106,197. Of the total, $18,475 was for labor, $37,747 was for materials and $49,974 was for equipment. The jobs covered 38 miles with 369 miles graded.