2000-840
Created By: Cynthia Monroe on 12/13/2000 at 12:02 PM
Category: Campaign Finance Charges
Caption:
Dismissed Document:

December 4, 2000

Perry DeWayne Ashley
151 SE 5th Avenue
Sibley, LA 71073

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Mr. Ashley:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:

CHARGE

That Perry DeWayne Ashley, a candidate for Chief of Police, Town of Sibley in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.

Perry DeWayne Ashley
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or 1-800-842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure






December 4, 2000

James Fahrenholtz
2824 Ursulines Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Mr. Fahrenholtz:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGE

That James Fahrenholtz, a candidate for Orleans Parish School Board, District 5 in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.
James Fahrenholtz
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or (800) 842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure






December 4, 2000

Terrie Carrie Guerin
101 Eastview Drive
New Orleans, LA 70128

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Ms. Guerin:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGE

That Terrie Carrie Guerin, a candidate for New Orleans City Council in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.
Terrie Carrie Guerin
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or 1-800-842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure






December 4, 2000

Anthony Huey
408 W. 4th Street
Donaldsonville, LA 70346

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Mr. Huey:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGE

That Anthony Huey, a candidate for Commissioner, City of Donaldsonville, District 1, in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.
Anthony Huey
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or 1-800-842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure






December 4, 2000

Charles Ipes
605 E. Second Street
Iowa, LA 70647

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Mr. Ipes:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGE

That Charles Ipes, a candidate for Chief of Police, Town of Iowa in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.
Charles Ipes
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or 1-800-842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure






December 4, 2000

Beverly Spearman
144 R W E Jones Drive
Grambling, LA 71245

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2000-840

Dear Ms. Spearman:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its November 30, 2000 meeting, considered a staff report regarding your failure to file a required campaign finance disclosure report.

The Board, by a majority vote of its membership, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGE

That Beverly Spearman, a candidate for State Representative, District 11 in the October 7, 2000 election, may have violated Section 1505.1B of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (ACFDA@) (La. R.S. 18:1505.1B) by failing to file the tenth day prior to the general campaign finance disclosure report required by the provisions of Section 1495.4B(5) of the CFDA (La. R.S. 18:1495.4B(5)) to be filed by October 30, 2000, and covering the reporting period of September 18, 2000 through October 18, 2000.

The hearing will be held in the Louisiana Retirement Systems Building Board Room, 8401 United Plaza, 4th Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 15, 2001 at 9:00 a.m.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements as set forth in R.S. 18:1511.4C, provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose civil sanctions of up to $10,000 as per R.S. 18:1505.4A(4) for each violation of the CFDA.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, we will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents we may introduce into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses we intend to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10)days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed and state the reasons that their testimony will be relevant and material.
Beverly Spearman
December 4, 2000
Page 2 of 2


If I can provide you with any additional information, please call Kathleen M. Allen at (225) 922-1400 or (800) 842-6630.

Yours truly,

LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS



Robert L. Roland
For the Board

EB:RLR:kma

Enclosure
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