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City to Increase Traffic Enforcement By Mike Gennaro
The Zachary City Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting, May 28, 2019. Members in attendance included Lael Montgomery, Hunter Landry, Laura O’Brien, Brandon Noel, and Francis Nezianya. Ricky McDavid, city attorney, was sitting in for John Hopewell. Mayor David Amrhein presided over the meeting. The Zachary Police Department and city officials are responding to the city’s progressive growth trajectory, evidenced by a recent uptick in residential building permits. The ZPD applied for and was awarded a grant to hire three new police officers. The new officers will be a part of Zachary’s new traffic enforcement division. When asked whether the new hires had anything to do with the speeding complaints from Fennwood residents at recent council meetings, Chief McDavid responded, “Just growth.” McDavid explained that the department covers 23 square miles, over which the Zachary Police Department currently spreads 38 total officers. This will be the first increase the force has had since 1998. In a post meeting interview, Councilman Hunter Landry announced a new council initiative to allocate $50,000 to hire off-duty
police officers to work traffic details. The decision was made at a budget workshop, which took place Monday, May 20, 2019, in council chambers. The money would be an increase to the department’s budget, separate from the existing allocation. He explained that the City Council could not by law, mandate more tickets to be written. However, to justify the expense, officers would be required to make contact with at least three people per hour-- “not ticket three per hour, just contact,” as Landry explained. He reported that officer sentiment for the program is high, in part because the pay will be $50 per hour. To put that into perspective, the highest paid detail currently pays $40 per hour. This gives officers an opportunity to make more money while addressing public safety concerns. “We’re not just looking for a reason to write tickets, we’re doing it because citizens of Zachary have expressed concerns of public safety. We’ve done a traffic study, and we don’t want to tax the overburdened police department budget,” explained Landry. Among other issues discussed or decided in the evening: • The utility debate is still ongoing, in response to recent ex-
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Bank of Zachary to Release Economic Impact Study
The news of the Georgia Pacific, BASF, and Thompson Pipe layoffs hit local communities at the beginning of 2019. Bank of Zachary immediately commissioned an economic impact analysis in conjunction with the LSU AgCenter. The purpose of this study was to provide a detailed understanding of the economic impact on those directly affected as well as the potential impact on local economies and related industries. “The bank’s hope was to add clarity to the decision-making process of
our government officials, small business owners and to the community as a whole,” stated Bank of Zachary President/CEO Mark Marionneaux. A community meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11 at the Zachary High School Performing Arts Center to present the findings of the analysis. The public is invited to attend through this medium. For questions or more information, please contact Heather Prejean at Bank of Zachary 225654-2701.
Lt. Steven Whitstine was escorted to his final resting place in Greenoaks Memorial Park from First Baptist Church of Zachary on Tuesday. The funeral procession traveled down Hwy. 64 through Downtown Zachary and then through Central. Zachary citizens and businesses lined the streets in honor of the fallen brother in blue.
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In Our Business Community Feliciana Federal Credit Union Board of Directors’ Retire after 44 Years of Service
Gerald “Jerry” Eggert and wife, Dorothy Ann have been married for 47 years and have three children, Coury Causey, Julie Neubig and Wendy Eggert and are the grandparents of Henry Neubig. Mr. Eggert is a passionate LSU football and baseball fan and loves spending time with his wife. Mr. Eggert has been a credit union member since 1971, and an officer of the credit union since 1975. Jerry served two years on the Credit Committee, and fourteen years as Chairman of the Supervisory Committee. Since 1984, he has served on the Board of Directors. As a member of the Board, he served as President, Vice President, and Secretary. Jerry was employed at the paper mill for 37 years and currently works for Jacobs Engineering in Project Management. Jerry retired from the Board of Directors in April of 2019 after 44 years of service as a volunteer.
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ecutive decision to place 100% responsibility for non-paid utilities on property owners. With council members divided, concerned residents may want to keep a watchful eye over amended ordinance 201908. Some suggestions to remedy the deficit created by non-payment of utilities were to double deposits or tighten up collection processes. Upon being asked post meeting the next afternoon whether the council had come to an agreement, a concerned Lael Montgomery responded, “The city attorney just emailed over an amended draft of 2019-08. They are trying to put this [ordinance] in stone.”
• The Francis was approved for a request to sell alcohol on premises. Randy Herring, CCIM, of Derbes Falgoust stated ownership is “shooting to start before the year.” • Request approved unanimously to rezone 5.56 acres at Copper Mill from Residential Estate to Commercial General. • Verizon Wireless to construct a 191ft steep monopole wireless tower on 6.67 acre site on 2010 Hwy. 64, to rear of Zachary Branch Library. Council stated Verizon must obtain a $10,000 surety bond to protect the owner in case lessee fails to pay.
Thomas Harold Henderson and wife, Wanda have been married for 46 years and have two children, Thomas Howard Henderson and Melissa Esnault and are the grandparents of Hunter Henderson and Hailey Esnault. Mr. Henderson is a lover of antiques, cooking and eating out. Harold has been a credit union member since 1983, and has served on the Board of Directors since 1988. He served as Vice President for one year, as President for eleven years, and as Finance Officer for two years. Harold was employed at the Paper Mill for more than 31 years as an Electrician in the Maintenance Department. He currently works for the West Feliciana Parish School System as a Maintenance/Operations Specialist. Harold retired from the Board of Directors in April 2019 after 31 years of service as a volunteer.
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BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo Receives Sponsorship from Entergy for the Project ARK Program in the 2019/2020 School Year
BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo received a sponsorship from Entergy that will support the Project ARK: Animals Reaching Kids program throughout the 2019/2020 school year. Project ARK is offered to grades 1st thru 5th in all schools in East Baton Rouge Parish. This generous Entergy sponsorship allows the program to be presented FREE to these schools. Project ARK, focuses on STEM education. The program offers offsite services to schools with handson encounters with education animal ambassadors & interactive programming that all compliments the existing science curriculum. Options of
theme include: Web of Life, Native Neighbors, or Creatures Have Class. The program takes place in November, December, January and February. Jennifer Shields, Education Curator, said “An example of some of the programs include the Web of Life which delves into what connects us to the planet, students learn how they fit in and how to make the planet a better place. We are thrilled to see the excitement students have as they discover more about science in a format that is fun. Who knows which ones may go on to do great things in the world of conservation because of a spark that was created
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Thirteen area high school students are participating in the A-HEC of a Summer program at Lane Regional Medical Center. The A-HEC of a Summer program is an exciting opportunity for ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade students who are interested in pursuing a healthcare career. These students are given a chance to explore different career opportunities in medicine by volunteering at local hospitals. The students rotate through various hospital departments and job shadow practicing healthcare professionals. They are able to obtain first-hand knowledge about a variety of healthcare fields, learn about health issues and patient care, gain CPR certification, practice taking vital signs, and attend interactive workshops. The program is a state accredited elective course, and students earn ½ unit of high school elective credit upon successful completion of the program. The program is sponsored by Central Louisiana Area Health Education Center (CLAHEC), a community-based, non-profit organization that connects health career professionals and local citizens in a 17-parish area of central and south central Louisiana. Pictured left: Seated (l to r): Imani Mellion, Jordan Harris, Alora Franklin, Chyna Royal, Reagan Rinehart; Standing (l to r): Jaci Conrad, Hannah Pate, Kiarra Allen, Destinee Lee, Miya Browning, Nicholas Adams, Arain Verdun, Jaylon Greening
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June Support Group Meetings at Lane Regional Medical Center The following support groups will meet in June at Lane Regional Medical Center, 6300 Main Street, Zachary: Call Dianne Miller at (225) 9751636 Amputee Support Group – a bimonthly support group to provide amputees a place to connect with others and exchange practical information on the challenges of adjusting to the changes in their lives. Date: Thursday, June 27 Time: 12:00 p.m. (lunch provided) Registration preferred. Call Melisa Poole at Lane Rehabilitation Center at (225) 6586800
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Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group – a monthly support group to provide a place for caregivers of persons with dementia to develop a mutual support system and to exchange practical information on caregiving challenges and ways of coping. Meets the fourth Friday of every month. Date: Friday, June 28 Time: 2:00 p.m. Call Dianne Miller at (225) 9751636 June Calendar of Events at Lane Regional Medical Center The following events will be held in June at Lane Regional Medical Center, 6300 Main Street in Zachary: FREE Cancer Screenings - Lane Cancer Center and Mary Bird
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Perkins–Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center are offering free skin cancer screenings and colorectal cancer screenings at Lane Cancer Center in Zachary. The skin cancer examinations will be conducted by experienced providers, and colorectal cancer screening kits will be available for the public to pick up and use at home. Results will be mailed to participants. Date: Thursday, June 13 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location: Lane Cancer Center, 6180 Main Street, Suite A, Zachary LA Walk-ins welcome; appointments are not required. Call 225-215-1234 for more information.
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