Pet Overpopulation Advisory Council

Name Pet Overpopulation Advisory Council
Contact Person Mr. Jeff Dorson - Interim President, Humane Society of Louisiana
Mailing Address Post Office Box 740321
New Orleans, LA 70174
Phone Number 901-268-4432
Fax Number 504-363-4913
Board Email stopcruelty11@gmail.com
Website --
Legal Authority R.S. 47: 463.60
Year Created 2001
Organizational Placement does not apply
Purpose/Function The Pet Overpopulation Advisory Council was established and created by R.S. 47: 463.60. The Council is charged with distributing funds raised for low-cost spay/neuter operations through the sale of Animal Friendly License Plates. Funds will be awarded through grants made to qualifying veterinarians, veterinarian clinics and non-profit humane societies.
Number of Entity Members: Number Authorized: 10
Number Currently Serving: 10
Number of Entity Meetings: Actual number in prior year: 2
Estimated number in current year: 2
The Entity is:
Active   Inactive   Not fully organized   Disbanded   Never fully organized
Do members receive per diem, salaries, and/or travel expense reimbursements?
Yes   No
Excluding member per diem, salaries, and travel expense reimbursements, does the entity receive or expend funds?
Yes   No
Entity Member Per Diem:
  Amount Authorized: $0      per meeting   per meeting day   per day spent on board business   None

Total entity member per diem:
  Prior year actual: $0
  Current year budgeted: $0
Entity Member Salaries:
  Prior year actual: $0
  Current year budgeted: $0
Entity Member Travel Expense Reimbursement:
  Prior year actual: $0
  Current year budgeted: $0
Number and Type of Authorized Employee Positions:
Classified: 0
Unclassified: 0
Part-time: 0
Entity Fiscal Year End:
4/30         7/31         10/31         Other (identify date)
6/30         9/30         12/31         None
Participation in State Employee Benefit Programs:
    Employees:
       participate in state retirement system(s) and/or state group insurance program(s)
       do not participate in state benefit programs

    Members:
       participate in state retirement system(s) and/or state group insurance program(s)
       do not participate in state benefit programs
A state agency provides: (Check all that apply and identify the state agency)
Per Diem Payments          State Agency:
Travel Reimbursements    State Agency:
Other (explain)    State Agency:
Is this entity a budget unit or included within a budget unit of the State of Louisiana as defined by LSA-R.S. 39:2?
   Yes    No
  If yes, identify the budget unit and the budget schedule number below:
  Budget Unit Name:
  Budget Schedule Number:
Notes February 5, 2007:


MEMORANDUM



TO: Members of the Pet Overpopulation Advisory Committee

FROM: Jeff Dorson

DATE: February 5, 2007

RE: Protocol for Reestablishing the Pet Overpopulation Advisory Committee


I have recently been in touch with Ms. Julie Vinson, Director of Boards and Commissions for Governor Kathleen Blanco. She has asked that all of the animal control departments and humane societies that have been chosen to serve on this committee forward information to her office. Please submit in writing, on your agency’s letterhead, the name and contact information of the representative from your organization that has been chosen to serve on this committee. Please include the proper mailing address, phone numbers, and email addresses for your representative. The information should be sent to: Ms. Julie Vinson, Office of the Governor, Director of Boards and Commissions, P.O. Box 94004, Baton Rouge, La 70804.

For your convenience, I have enclosed a copy of our document that has been submitted. After these documents have been received and filed with Ms. Vinson’s office, an official commission from the Office of the Governor authorizing this committee to meet will be issued to each representative.

As soon as these commissions have been issued, the committee can meet and begin the work that was interrupted several years ago. I look forward to working with all of you and finally completing the work that some of us began several years ago.








Grant applications were submitted to Pet Overpopulation Commission in June of 2011; due to problems encountered by the Commission, no funds have been issued as of 10/12. Commission is trying to resolve funding issues.
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