Hearing on Lincoln Clerk of Court Public Records Lawsuit set for 9 AM Monday, 10/12

A 9:00 AM, Monday, October 12 hearing has been set for arguments in a lawsuit asking for a Writ of Mandamus to compel production of records by Lincoln Parish Clerk of Court Linda Cook.

The suit was filed this morning in Third Judicial (Lincoln, Union Parishes) District Court, Division A, Judge Cynthia Woodard presiding.

The suit was filed by Ruston attorney Ashley Page, who is also a candidate for Lincoln Parish Clerk of Court in the October 24 election.

See here Emergency Petition for Writ of Mandamus

See here Exhibits

Among other things, Page is requesting:

Any and all receipts, invoices, requests for reimbursement submitted by any and all employees (including the name of the employee) related to any and all travel, conventions certification, training, etc for the years 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Page told Lincoln Parish News Online that for the year 2014, Cook’s budget for “Travel and other charges” was some $51,900.

See here the 2014 audit, page 16.

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3 Responses to “Hearing on Lincoln Clerk of Court Public Records Lawsuit set for 9 AM Monday, 10/12”

  1. SHAME Says:

    pretty alarming that the Clerk’s office’s costs for the retirement contribution is 18.5% of payroll, Plus 1/4 of 1% 0f tax collected . The employees’ portion is 8.5%. Seems high but it is a better retirement than Social Security.

  2. James Says:

    Kind of a back handed compliment….but she is one of the craziest lawyers in town….so she might get sumten done….but…then she is what she is

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