Southeast Grant Water System


Due to Gov. Edwards Statewide Stay At Home Order today, I may have to decrease the hours I’m in the office.
I will talk to all the Board of Directors tomorrow. If they decide to decrease the hours the office is open I will let everyone know tomorrow.
Booger and I do fall under “essential worker’s”.
I plan on being at the office on Monday’s, Wednesday’s & Friday’s, even if it’s for fewer hours each day.
If anyone needs to talk to me #318-765-3020. Thanks, Brenda


Boogers new cell phone number 318-487-3325


Booger is in the process of getting a new cell phone & a new cell phone number.
As soon as I know his new cell phone number, I will post it for everyone.


Due to the Carina Virus, we are asking all members/customers to either mail your payment or put your payment in the drop box.

If you need to talk to Brenda call the office # 318-765-3020. Office hours-Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 8am-1pm.
If I have to run an errand during this time, leave a message and I will return your call as soon as I get back in the office.

We have waived the late fee penalty for March. If you paid your bill after the 10th of March, you will have a credit showing on your next bill.

We are sorry if this causes any inconveniences. We are following the orders of the Governor & Public Service Commissioners office’s. Thank you, Brenda


Everyone on Southeast Grant Water System will be receiving their water bill with a letter about Backflow/Cross Connection Prevention Program, a questionnaire for everyone to fill out and return to the office.
There is also a notice in the Colfax Chronicle about the water system’s non-compliance because of the Backflow/Cross Connection Prevention Program. The reason for the non-compliance is I was late getting these letters out to everyone (past the date that the State gave us).
I was late getting the letters out because we (the Board of Director’s and myself) were trying to learn more about this program the State of Louisiana is making ALL water systems put in place and enforce.
This is a program that had to be put in place. I promise the Board of Director’s didn’t think this up. The State of Louisiana has mandated that ALL water systems have a Backflow/Cross Connection Program or Ordinance in place.
If the members/customers don’t return the questionnaire by March 23, 2020, the water system will have another notice of non-compliance letter from the State.
Thank you, Brenda

Boil Advisory has been lifted.....

Boil Advisory has been lifted.....


Southeast Grant Water System is still under a boil advisory. We are experiencing some problems with the chlorine ejector.
Water samples will be taken, from ALL 5 sample taps through out the water system, on Tuesday, January 21.


The entire water system is still under a boil advisory.
Hopefully, we will be able to lift the boil advisory by Friday.
Water samples will be taken from 5 different locations throughout the water system.
Thanks for being patient


If anyone still has discolored water, Booger is still flushing the water lines.
The entire water system is still under a boil advisory.
Thanks for being patient with us as we get this all taken care of.


We want to thank everyone for being patient yesterday until we got the line repaired.


Booger is working on flushing all the water lines.
Right now he has the north end of the water system flushing.


Main water line is repaired and the water system is back up and running.
But the entire water system is under a boil advisory until the Department of Health and Hospital tells us we lift it.
As soon as we hear from them I will post it.
Thanks for being patient today


Southeast Grant Water System, the entire water system, will be under a boil advisory until Department of Health day the boil advisory can be lifted


Southeast Grant Water System has a break in an 8 inch main water line.
The contractor is on his way to fix the break.
We are working as fast as possible to fix the problem and get the water back on line.


The boil advisory that was put into effect on Wednesday, October 23 has been lifted.


Southeast Grant Water System has had a valve blow out inside the pump shed.
Booger, Cedric Holden and Johnny Broussard are working to get this repaired and the water system back up and running.
The entire water system is under a boil advisory until further notice.
As soon as we can lift the boil advisory I will let everyone know.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.


I’m not posting this to start a Facebook debate on this issue. But the truth needs to be told. Especially, since the water system is being accused of pressing the charges.

In reference to the man that was arrested for theft of water/utilities, the water system DID NOT press charges.
He didn’t tapped into the main water line (the water systems line).
He tapped into his NEIGHBORS water line.
The owner of the property, whose water line was tapped into, pressed charges!!!!!


Southeast Grant Water System’s office will be closed on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day.
Have a blessed and safe holiday!!!


Boil advisory for Quail Ridge Rd has been lifted.
Sorry it took so long to get the boil advisory lifted.

Southeast Grant Water Systems new (new to the water system) truck.

Southeast Grant Water Systems new (new to the water system) truck.


BOIL ADVISORY: As of July 21, 2019, starting at 7450 Hwy. 165 to the end of Quail Ridge Rd. You are under a boil advisory until further notice.

This is the only part of the water system under a boil advisory!!!
I will let all of you know when the boil advisory is lifted.


Just got off the phone with Cleco, again, the lady said they’re aware of the areas that are out of power and that crews are working on those areas!!!
Please be assured Booger is tirelessly running the generator and checking water levels in the tanks.
Booger is doing a great job keeping the water system up and running.
There’s still no need to have a boil advisory thanks to Booger and the generator.


Everyone please stay safe, especially as it starts getting dark. That’s when the weather hear is supposed to get worse!


Booger has the water plant up and running with a generator.
Thank you to Booger for being there and taking care of things.
Also, thank you Judy and John Bruce, both with Redhill Water System, for letting us barrow the generator.
As of now, there is no need for a boil advisory. The system didn’t loose water pressure and the tanks are being kept full.
Again, thanks Booger

Wishing everyone a Blessed and safe 4th of July!

Wishing everyone a Blessed and safe 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July America!


Southeast Grant Water System (just north of Pollock) is not the water system that was in violation for having low chlorine test results.

That was South Grant Water System (Prospect/Bentley area).

They made an error in this report. This didn’t happen on Southeast Grant Water System. It happened on South Grant Water ...

They made an error in this report. This didn’t happen on Southeast Grant Water System. It happened on South Grant Water System, Bentley, LA.

The Grant Parish Sheriffs’ Office received a report from Southeast Grant Water System that a customer had cut the lock on his water meter three different times, stealing water.

Sergeant Danny Hebert investigated the complaint and arrested Anthony Racina, 38 years old, of 120 Seals Road, Bentley, for Theft and Simple Criminal Damage to Property.


I want to thank Booger Mitchell, Diane Coleman and her crew, Johnny Broussard, Gary Lemons, Tinker Mitchell, and Kevin Roberts for their time and work they did for the water system Thursday, November 1, 2018.
Daine Coleman's crew did a great job cleaning the trees off of the fence and Well #2.
Johnny Broussard and Gary Lemons went to Red Hill Water System and brought the generator to our water plant.
Booger Mitchell was here working and manning the water system until 8-9 p.m. Thursday. He was back Friday, on and off, constantly checking the generator and water supply.
We never ran out of water and we didn't lose water pressure.
Thank you to each one of you.


Southeast Grant Water System Annual Meeting
September 20, 2018

Present: Judy Brewer, President; Cedric Holden, Vice-President; Charles Petrus, Director; James Springer, Director; Richard Mitchell, Director; Brenda Brown, Secretary; Charles Mitchell, Operator.

Meeting called to order at 6 p.m.
Proof of quorum is met.

Business Meeting Minutes, Financial Report & Director’s Report:
Cedric Holden made motion to accept all reports. Charles Petrus 2nd. Unanimous vote to approve all reports.

All of the forms to vote for a new director, that had been returned to the office on time, where presented to the Board of Director’s.
189 forms to vote for a new director was mailed out and only 22 forms where returned to the office.
Kevin Roberts received 20 votes and Joel Holloway received 2.
By unanimous vote from members and Board of Director’s Kevin Roberts was elected to the Board of Director’s for Southeast Grant Water System.
Kevin is replacing Richard “Tinker” Mitchell.

Meeting adjourned.



6871 Hwy 165
Pollock, LA

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Monday 08:00 - 13:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 13:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:00


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Ok people, we all just got our letter about the rate increases, and our ballots in the mail. Please read the letter twice if you have to. I know some of you are just going to skim over it and flip out. Our minimum bill is going to be $31, NOT the $39 that LDH wanted them to charge. If you want change in the system, run for the empty spot on the board of Directors. Also, be sure to vote! Don't gripe and complain about things if you don't vote. I shall be including some pics of the letter with some things highlighted for a visual aide to some of you. READ the WHOLE letter!