Along with its regular committee meetings, the Vernon Parish Police Jury will hold a special called meeting Monday evening.

Along with its regular committee meetings, the Vernon Parish Police Jury will hold a special called meeting Monday evening.

On the docket are a pair of motion which are expected to be approved.

The special called meeting will feature a motion to authorize a Multi-Jurisdictional Agreement between the 6-parish consortium of Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Jeff Davis and Vernon Parishes .

The agreement stipulates the actions and responsibilities for the services provided as a result of the funds allocated through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, which was passed in July of 2014.

Also to be discussed is a motion to adopt the System Survey Compliance questionnaire as required by the legislative auditor, while also authorizing VPPJ president Jim Tuck to sing the certificate for the auditor, thus certifying the funds made available during 2016.

During the regular committee meeting, the jury is expected to submit notice that it will call for an adoption of a resolution to call for an election in Vernon Parish during its meeting on April 17. The meeting is slated for 10 p.m.

The jury will also consider holding public hearings at its next meeting, scheduled at 10 a.m. on March 20, in regards to ordinances to abandon a number of roads.

Public hearings will also be scheduled during the April 17 meeting, where even more roads are expected to be abandoned by the jury.

Finally, the jury is expected to adopt a resolution approving a change order for the Fort Polk Growth Management Infrastructure Improvement Project in regards to the University Parkway water.

Also, the jury will consider rescinding the order to change Bob Moore Road to Mitchum-Moore Road, a resolution passed last year.