Meetings
 
Louisiana Board of Ethics
LaSalle Building
First Floor - Griffon Room
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013
1:00 PM
617 North 3rd Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Note: Meetings begin on September 19, 2013 and continue to September 20, 2013.

Executive Session
Consideration of complaints and reports deemed confidential pursuant to Section 1141 of the Code of Governmental Ethics.
Discussion in executive session regarding charges issued against Joy and Larry Cochran.

Louisiana Board of Ethics
LaSalle Building
First Floor - LaBelle Room
SEPTEMBER 20, 2013
9:00 AM
617 North 3rd Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

GENERAL
Appearances
G1. Docket No. 13-832
Waiver request submitted by Micah Hebert, a candidate for Representative in the October 22, 2011 election, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2 Candidate pfd days late.
G2. Docket No. 13-907
Reconsideration of a request that the Board waive the $800 and $400 campaign finance late fees assessed against John R. Patterson III, a candidate for Rapides Parish Police Juror, District C in the October 22, 2011 election, whose 10-G and EDE-G campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 488 and 468 days late.
G3. Docket No. 13-951
Waiver request submitted by Edwin Guchereau, a member of the Workforce Investment Board #82, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 323 days late.
G4. Docket No. 13-977
Waiver request submitted by Herbert Pate, a candidate for EBR Parish Metro Council in the November 6, 2012 election, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2 candidate pfd 137 days late.
G5. Docket No. 13-1037
Declaratory opinion request from Steven C. Wilson regarding Mr. Wilson's continued employment with Motiva while serving on the Pontchartrain Levee District and a declaratory opinion request from Gulf Coast GTL, LLC, as to whether its submission of an application to the Pontchartrain Levee District for a Letter of No Objection and the District's subsequent consideration of said Letter of No Objection while Mr. Wilson serves on the District would violate the Ethics Code.
G6. Docket No. 13-1074
Advisory opinion regarding whether the Lobbying Laws under the jurisdiction of the Board of Ethics apply to members of the Louisiana State Board of Dentistry.
G7. Docket No. 13-1089
Request the Board waive the $1,200, $1,000 and $1,200 campaign finance late fees assessed against Pelican State Liberty PAC and Reilly O'Neal, its chairman, whose three (3) Monthly campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 6, 5 and 6 days late.
G8. Docket No. 13-1098
Waiver request submitted by Larry Haley, member of the Louisiana State Nursing Board, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 327 days late.
G9. Docket No. 13-1114
Waiver request submitted by Glenn Arnold, member of the Pleasant Hill Board of Aldermen, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 3 annual pfd 108 days late.
G10. Docket No. 13-1133
Request that the Board waive the $2,000, $2,000, $2,000 and $2,000 campaign finance late fees assessed against Suddenlink Louisiana PAC whose 90-P, 30-P, 10-P and 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 243, 181, 161 and 131 days late.
G11. Docket No. 13-1135
Request that the Board waive the $2,000 and $1,000 campaign finance late fees assessed against LA Republican Party of Caddo Parish, whose two (2) Monthly campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 25 and 5 days late.
G12. Docket No. 13-1137
Request that the Board waive the $400 campaign finance late fee assessed against Larry Hanisee, a candidate for Councilman, District 5, Town of Bossier, in the May 4, 2013 election, whose EDE-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 10 days late.
G13. Docket No. 13-1143
Waiver request submitted by Nary Smith, candidate for State Representative in the October 22, 2011 election, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his amended 2010 Tier 2 candidate pfd 484 days late.
G14. Docket No. 13-1146
Timely waiver request submitted by Dexter Brown, member of the St. Landry Parish Council, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his amended 2010 Tier 2 candidate pfd 197 days late.Untimely waiver request regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 2 annual pfd 355 days late; a $1,900 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2 annual pfd 19 days late; a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2 annual pfd 25 days late; and a $800 late fee assessed for filing his amended 2011 Tier 2 annual pfd 8 days late.
G15. Docket No. 13-1161
Waiver request submitted by Willie Haynes, III, Mayor of the Town of Melville, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd 432 days late.
G16. Docket No. 13-1162
Request for reconsideration of the $280, $100 (reduced from$500), $80, and $280 late fees assessed against Craig B. Lee, a candidate for Councilman, District B, City of Shreveport, in the October 2, 2010 election, whose 30-P,10-P, 10-G, and Special campaign finance reports were filed 7, 13, 2, and 7 days late.
G17. Docket No. 13-1163
Appearance in connection with a request that the Board waive the $600, $2,000, $600 and $600 campaign finance late fees assessed against Micah Hebert, a candidate for State Representative, 54th District in the October 22, 2011 election, whose 30-P, 10-P, EDE-P and 10-G campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 662, 642, 622, and 614 days late.
Consent Agenda, Consent Opinions
&
Items Requiring No Board Action
G18. Docket No. 09-1053
Proposed consent opinion concerning the former CAO of Jefferson Parish, Tim Whitmer, and his company, Lagniappe Industries, performing compensated services in connection with insurance coverage provided for employees of West Jefferson Medical Center and for vendors of the parish.
G19. Docket No. 12-249
Consent opinions offered to Scott and Brandy Barrilleaux for alleged violations of the Ethics Code involving the Homer Memorial Hospital.
G20. Docket No. 12-1729
Consent opinion regarding New Orleans Firefighter Pension Board member, Richard Hampton, being employed as assistant director and CEO of the Pension Board.
G21. Docket No. 13-510
Advisory opinion request regarding the propriety of Plaquemines Parish dredging a canal partially owned by Plaquemines Parish President, Billy Nungesser.
G22. Docket No. 13-920
Advisory opinion regarding whether Eliska Brooks can be a part owner with her sister or whether her sister can be a sole owner of a day care that accepts assistance from the Childcare Assistance Program (CCAP) administered by the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) while Eliska Brooks is employed with DCFS.
G23. Docket No. 13-927
Advisory opinion regarding whether Wendell Benoit may serve as a substitute Fire Captain and a Fire Engineer of the Sulphur Fire Department while his son, Josh Benoit, serves as a Firefighter First Class with the Sulphur Fire Department.
G24. Docket No. 13-987
Advisory opinion request regarding whether the Calcasieu Parish School Board may do business with H & H Chemical Company at a time when Jerry Carlile, the spouse of an employee of the Calcasieu Parish School Board, is employed with the company.
G25. Docket No. 13-1038
Advisory opinion regarding whether the Director of the Worker's Compensation has the authority to make a final decision on conflicts of interest involving the medical director or associate medical director and the parties to a dispute and what situations would cause a conflict of interest to arise between the medical director or associate director.
G26. Docket No. 13-1043
Advisory opinion regarding whether members of the Lafayette Citizens Advisory Committee are required to file annual personal financial disclosure statements.
G27. Docket No. 13-1046
Advisory opinion regarding whether Hilda Curry, Mayor of New Iberia, may use her campaign funds to pay her airfare and hotel for visits to France and Belgium.
G28. Docket No. 13-1047
Advisory opinion regarding whether members of the Louisiana Rice Promotion Board may participate in matter involving the U.S.A. Rice Council and the U.S. Rice Producers Groups.
G29. Docket No. 13-1050
Advisory opinion request from Steve McManus regarding a potential nepotism violation if he were to be appointed Haughton Fire Chief while his son Aaron McManus works for the Haughton Fire Department.
G30. Docket No. 13-1072
Advisory opinion request from Maury Drummond regarding an ex-officio member of the USS KIDD Veteran's Memorial Commission accepting a position as Executive Director of the USS KIDD Veterans Memorial.
G31. Docket No. 13-1075
Advisory opinion request from Patterson Mayor Rodney Grogan regarding whether the post employment restrictions of the Ethics Code would prohibit the City of Patterson from rehiring Mr. David Lowery, the City Manager, after he retires in February of 2014, on a part time basis.
G32. Docket No. 13-1078
Advisory opinion request from Bambi Polotzola regarding the dual office holding provisions of Louisiana R.S. 42:63.
G33. Docket No. 13-1080
Advisory opinion request regarding the West Feliciana Hospital hiring a Pediatrician and her son to work at the Hospital.
G34. Docket No. 13-1081
Advisory opinion request as to whether Lori Lamm-Williams, a Denham Springs City Council member, may accept employment with Parks and Recreation of Denham Springs.
G35. Docket No. 13-1085
Advisory opinion request regarding the propriety of hiring Chris Paul, the son of Oakdale's mayor, to work as a police officer for the city of Oakdale.
G36. Docket No. 13-1087
Advisory opinion regarding the post-employment restrictions on former DOTD employee Matthew Hebert who is currently employed with Huval and Associates, Inc.
G37. Docket No. 13-1092
Advisory opinion regarding whether Louisiana State Trooper, Fred Martinell, may teach driving courses at his wife's driving academy.
G38. Docket No. 13-1165
Advisory opinion request regarding whether Jeremy Edwards may continue his employment as a receptionist with the Lake Charles Housing Authority while his mother is employed as Housing Area Manager with the Lake Charles Housing Authority.
G39. Docket No. 13-1167
Advisory opinion regarding whether the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) will violate the Ethics Code if it approves a charter school application of a non-profit corporation which is partnered with Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) at a time when OPSB member, Ira Thomas, is employed by SUNO.
G40. Docket No. 13-1168
Advisory opinion regarding whether David Montgomery, may run for the office of Mayor of Bossier City at a time when his company, Montgomery Agency, Inc., has contracts with different agencies within Bossier City.
G41. Docket No. 13-1174
Advisory opinion regarding whether Lambert Hassinger, member of the Non-Flood Protection Management Authority and counsel of record for DOTD, may represent a local housing authority.
G42. Docket No. 13-1179
Advisory opinion regarding whether Pastor Yulanda Coring may continue to accept the love offerings from her church while she runs for Mayor for the City of New Orleans.
G43. Docket No. 13-1182
Advisory opinion request concerning the propriety of Cynthia Samuel, an attorney in New Orleans, donating a painting to the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court.
G44. Docket No. 13-1183
Advisory opinion request concerning whether Alpha-Tech Computers, the information technology contractor for the Jackson Parish School Board, may sell computers to the Jackson Parish School Board.
G45. Docket No. 13-1204
Advisory opinion request concerning post-employment restrictions that would apply to Kimberly Darby, a former employee with the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.
G46. Docket No. 13-1205
Advisory opinion request regarding potential ethics violations if Ms. Geneva Burrell were to open a commercial driving school, licensed and regulated by the Department of Public Safety, Office of Motor Vehicles.
G47. Docket No. 13-1206
Advisory opinion regarding whether Livingston Waste can enter into a contract with Livingston Parish when it is partly owned by Chance Parent, who is a member of the Livingston Parish Council.
G48. Docket No. 13-1207
Advisory opinion regarding whether Dr. James Hussey may accept employment with CenseoHealth, Inc. and the United States Social Security Administration while he is employed as the Medicaid Behavioral Health Medical Director for the Department of Health and Hospitals.
G49. Docket No. 13-1208
Advisory opinion request regarding whether Penny Harville, an Alderwoman for the Village of Rodessa, may be employed with a company that has a contract with the Village of Rodessa.
G50. Docket No. 13-1210
Advisory opinion request regarding Mario Johnson, husband of Lavon Johnson, General Counsel l, for the Department of Health and Hospitals may enter into a contract with a company that has a contract with the Department of Health and Hospitals.
G51. Docket No. 13-1310
Advisory opinion regarding whether Benjamin Spann may accept employment with a company within two years of the termination of his employment with the Louisiana Department of Treasury when his new employer has a contract with the Louisiana Department of Treasury.
Disclosure Reports
G52. Docket No. 13-894
Answer submitted on behalf of Ms. Veronica "Connie" LeBlanc who was a member of the Melville Town Council and the Melville Municipal Gas Authority, in response to a notice of delinquency requesting she file her 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd.
G53. Docket No. 13-1070
Answer submitted by Rosemary Davis, former member of the Louisiana Workforce Investment Commission, regarding her failure to file a 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd.
G54. Docket No. 13-1103
Answer submitted on behalf of Mr. Luther C. Speight, III a member of the New Orleans Board of Trustees, in response to a notice of delinquency requesting he file his 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd.
G55. Docket No. 13-1104
Answer filed by Robert Henderson, member of the Deferred Compensation Commission, regarding a notice of delinquency received requesting he file a 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd.
G56. Docket No. 13-1259
Notice of disclosures filed with the Board during June 2013 and July 2013.
Regular Business
G57. Docket No. MINUTES
August 2013 Board Minutes
G58. Docket No. MTG2014
2014 Calendar for Meetings of the Louisiana Board of Ethics
G59. Docket No. 13-1073
Untimely waiver request submitted by Rosa Elaine, Concordia Parish Constable, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing a 2009 Tier 3 annual pfd days late; a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing a 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd days late; and a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing a 2011 Tier 3 annual pfd days late.
G60. Docket No. 13-1108
Untimely waiver request submitted by Joe Aswell, member of the Choudrant Board of Aldermen, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing a 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd 331 days late.
G61. Docket No. 13-1144
Untimely waiver request submitted by John Edens, member of the Webster Parish School Board, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2012/2013 school board disclosure statement 169 days late.
G62. Docket No. 13-1145
Untimely waiver request submitted by John Pourciau, a member of the Pointe Coupee Parish Police Jury, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 3 annual pfd 309 days late; a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd 309 days late; a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 3 candidate pfd 97 days late; and a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 3 annual pfd 49 days late.
G63. Docket No. 13-1147
Waiver request submitted by Jonathan Green, member of the White Castle Board of Aldermen, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 3 candidate pfd days late. Untimley waiver request regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 3 annual pfd days late.
G64.   WAIVER REQUESTS - CAMPAIGN FINANCE
  Docket No. Chart
September 2013 Campaign Finance Waiver Chart
  Docket No. 13-128
Request that the Board reconsider to waive the $1,000 campaign finance late fee assessed against Joseph Roger Bergeron, a candidate for Mayor of Port Allen, in the November 6, 2012 election, whose Special campaign finance disclosure report was filed 45 days late.
  Docket No. 13-701
Request the Board waive the $840 campaign finance late fee assessed against Edward L. Brown, a candidate for Tensas Parish Sheriff in the October 22, 2011 election, whose Supplemental campaign finance disclosure report was filed 14 days late.
  Docket No. 13-981
Request that the Board waive the $280 campaign finance late fee assessed against Samuel M. Jackson, a candidate for Mayor of Bastrop, Louisiana, in the April 6, 2013 election, whose EDE-P campaign finance disclosure report was filed 7 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1091
Request the Board waive the $600, $975 and $600 campaign finance late fees assessed against Milton Gordon, a candidate for Councilman at Large, City of Alexandria in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-P, 10-G and EDE-P campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 226, 203 and 208 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1124
Request the Board waive the $2,000 campaign finance late fee assessed against Walter A. "Walt" Bennetti, a candidate for Council Member Jefferson Parish, District 4, in the October 22, 2011 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 463 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1125
Request the Board waive the $1,000 campaign finance late fee assessed against Larry J. Warino, Sr., a candidate for Council Member, District 5, City of Westwego, Jefferson Parish in the April 6, 2013 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 34 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1126
Request the Board waive the $900 and $2,000 campaign finance late fee assessed against Lourdes Moran, a candidate for Member of Orleans Parish School Board, District 4, in the November 6, 2012 election, whose Supplemental and 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 15 and 202 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1127
Request the Board waive the $800 campaign finance late fee assessed against VISION PAC, in the September 20, 2012 election, whose Monthly campaign finance disclosure report was filed 4 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1128
Request the Board waive the $2,000 campaign finance late fee assessed against LA Restaurant Association Hospitality PAC, in the April 6, 2013 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 26 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1129
Request the Board waive the $600 campaign finance late fee assessed against John "Randy" R. Sexton, a candidate for Assessor in Iberville Parish, in the October 20, 2007 election, whose Supplemental campaign finance disclosure report was filed 10 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1130
Request the Board waive the $2,000 and $2,000 campaign finance late fees assessed against Concerned Leadership Organization Unity Tenacity PAC in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-P and 10-G campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 11 and 41 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1131
Request that the Board waive the $2,500 campaign finance late fee assessed against Jeffery Oglesbee, a candidate for Family Court Judge, 21st JDC, in the October 19, 2013 election, whose 180-P campaign finance disclosure report was filed 39 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1134
Request that the Board waive the $520 campaign finance late fee assessed against Al J. Kaiser, a candidate for Council Member, District 2, City of Westwego in the April 6, 2013 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 13 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1136
Request that the Board waive the $240 campaign finance late fee assessed against Billy Hebert, a candidate for State Representative, 53rd District, Terrebonne Parish in the October 22, 2011 election, whose Supplemental campaign finance disclosure report was filed 4 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1138
Request that the Board waive the $400 and $400 campaign finance late fees assessed against Ronald E. Berry, a candidate for Councilman, District 4 City of Morgan City in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-G and EDE-P campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 78 and 207 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1140
Request that the Board waive the $120, $600 and $600 campaign finance late fees assessed against Steven Cook, a candidate for Councilman, Metro District 2, East Baton Rouge Parish, in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-P, EDE-P and 10-G campaign finance disclosure reports were filed 2, 235 and 224 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1141
Request that the Board waive the $500 campaign finance late fee assessed against Henry Wright, a candidate for Chief of Police, Town of Roseland, Tangipahoa Parish, in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 152 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1142
Request that the Board waive the $600 campaign finance late fee assessed against Jerrelda Drummer-Sanders, a candidate for Council Member, District E, Orleans Parish, in the November 6, 2012 election, whose 10-G campaign finance disclosure report was filed 14 days late.
G65.   WAIVER REQUESTS - LOBBYING
  Docket No. CHART
September 2013 Lobbying Waiver Request Chart.
  Docket No. 13-1246
Request that the Board waive the $50 late fee assessed against Veronica L. Williams for her failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1247
Request that the Board waive the $50 late fee assessed against Malcom G. Myer for his failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1248
Request that the Board waive the $1900 late fee assessed against Marlene Dial for her failure to timely file lobbyist expenditure reports.
  Docket No. 13-1249
Request that the Board waive the $50 late fee assessed against John McMillan for his failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1250
Request that the Board waive the $300 late fee assessed against P.M. Woods for his failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1251
Request that the Board waive the $50 late fee assessed against Laura O'Halloran for her failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1252
Request that the Board waive the $50 late fee assessed against Frederick Yorsch for his failure to timely file a lobbyist expenditure report.
  Docket No. 13-1253
Request that the Board waive the $1,450 late fee assessed against Dawn Collins for her failure to timely file her Lobbyist Registration ($1,100) and a lobbyist expenditure report ($350).
G66.   WAIVER REQUESTS - PERSONAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE
  Docket No. waiver
September 2013 PFD Waiver Chart
  Docket No. 13-954
Waiver request submitted by Dr. Perry Rigby, a former member of the Louisiana Health Works Commission, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2009 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 288 days late and a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 298 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1017
Waiver request submitted by Irvin Mayfield, a member of the New Orleans Public Library Board, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 302 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1096
Waiver request submitted by Allyn Luckett, Mayor of the Town of Wisner, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing an amended 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd 125 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1099
Waiver request submitted by Beatrice Carter, East Carroll Parish Clerk of Court, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing her amended 2010 Tier 2 annual pfd 186 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1101
Waiver request submitted by James George, candidate for the Mayor of the Town of Delcambre in the November 6, 2012 election, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 3 candidate pfd 147 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1112
Waiver request submitted by Dimettera Frazier, a member of the Springhill Board of Aldermen, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing her 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd 343 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1115
Waiver request submitted by Dennis Franklin, a member of the Bernice Board of Aldermen, regarding a $250 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 3 annual pfd 5 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1116
Waiver request submitted by Jimmie Edwards, Sr., member of the St. Landry Parish Council, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his amended 2009 Tier 2 annual pfd 420 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1117
Waiver request submitted by Lucien Gauff, III, member of the St. John the Baptist Parish Council, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2 annual pfd 355 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1148
Waiver request submitted by Leonard Kopowski, member of the Audubon Zoo Board of Commissioners, regarding a $750 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 15 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1150
Waiver request submited by Blake Pitre, member of the LA Board of Pharmacy, regarding a $700 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 14 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1151
Waiver request submitted by Michael Guillot, member of the South Central Planning Commission, regarding a $400 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 8 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1152
Waiver request submitted by Benjamin Ruiz, constable for St. Bernard Parish, regarding a $2,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 2 annual pfd 38 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1153
Waiver request submitted by Roland Bertrand, Calcasieu Parish Constable, regarding a $600 late fee assessed for filing his 2011 Tier 3 annual pfd 12 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1155
Waiver request submitted by Betty Sue Thomas, Mayor of Pleasant Hill, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing her 2009 Tier 3 annual pfd days late; a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing her 2010 Tier 3 annual pfd days late; and a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing her 2011 Tier 3 annual pfd days late.
  Docket No. 13-1157
Waiver request submitted by Robert Harlowe, member of the Twin Brook Security District, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 349 days late.
  Docket No. 13-1158
Waiver request submitted by David Barnes, Jr., member of the LA aquatic Chelonian Research and Promotion Board, regarding a $1,500 late fee assessed for filing his amended 2010 Tier 2.1 annual pfd 433 days late.
G67.   WAIVER REQUESTS - OTHER DISCLOSURE
  Docket No. 13-1068
Waiver request submitted by John Ray Crispino regarding a $1,300 late fee assessed for filing his R.S. 42:1114 financial disclosure 13 days late.