LaMATS Cooperative Purchasing Joint Commission Welcomes Two New Members
Launched in May of this year, the LACPC is a member-controlled administrative body created in accordance with the Local Services Law to allow political subdivisions to cooperate in the purchasing of materials, supplies, and equipment through a joint commission.
Membership in the commission is open to all Louisiana local governments simply by passing the model resolution and appointing a commission representative.
This week the LACPC welcomes two new members, the City of Youngsville, which adopted the resolution June 10, and the City of Ville Platte, which adopted the resolution June 14. These cities join a growing list of members, including Kaplan, Carencro, Lake Arthur, Natchitoches, Baker, and White Castle.
To inquire about membership and benefits of the LACPC, contact Paul Holmes, at: email@example.com.