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Dunbar runs for re-election to Concordia Parish Police Jury

Special to the democrat

Willie J. Dunbar, announces his candidacy for re-election to the Concordia Parish Police Jury District No. 2.

“I have lived in Concordia Parish for 37-years,” Dunbar said. “I am married to Violet Brown Dunbar and we have four children, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.”

Dunbar is employed with Catahoula Parish Hospital District No. 2.

“I am on the board of trustees, deacon and member of Greater Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church. I am a member of Concord Youth and Adult Community Association,” Dunbar said.

Dunbar is vice-president of LaSalle Community Action Association and a member of Kisatchie-Delta Board of Trustees.

“My service to the people of Concordia Parish and District No. 2 has been by returning your phone calls and assisting you in whatever way I could,” Dunbar said.

“As police juror, I have worked to improve our community by cleaning up vacant lots, cutting and spraying ditches to get the water out of the community,” Dunbar said. “I have worked to improve the roads and sewers throughout the parish.”

Dunbar said he pledges to continue to work for the people and the community.

“As your juror of the people and the community, I will work to get equal representation for our district and community,” Dunbar said. “I need your help to continue to be a working man for the community.”

“Please vote and re-elect No. 89, Willie J. Dunbar, Police Jury District No. 2.”

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