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Proud to be Zachary’s only locally owned, managed, and staffed newspaper. Zachary Post • Tuesday, August 20, 2019 • Vol. 15, No. 33 • Published Weekly • Circulation 16,000 • zacharypost.com © 2019

Council Approves Final Design for New Water Tower By Mike Gennaro

The Zachary City Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday August 13. Members in attendance included Francis Nezianya, Brandon Noel, Laura O’Brien, Hunter Landry, and Lael Montgomery. Mayor Amrhein presided, with John Hopewell as legal counsel. While locals may revel in the success of the many Bronco sports victories, baseball still reigns supreme in Zachary, and the new water tower will help keep the favorite pastime top of mind. As Zachary’s new 500,000 gallon water nears completion, the city unveiled plans to have a little fun with the design. “A baseball stitching painting is being added to the exterior of the new elevated tank,” read the July 25, 2019, contract change order sent to Caldwell Tanks, Inc., the contractor responsible for constructing the tower. The stitching will face due east

The final blueprint artwork design for the new water tower.

and due west, and will be seen over the tree tops of East Mount Pleasant as guests enter the facility. The cost for the change is set at $36,905.00 and was approved by

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the full council at the August 13 meeting. Before fiscally conservative residents cry foul ball, Zachary Youth Park is a significant generator of revenue for the city and is the

crown jewel of the region when it comes to competitive tournament play. “For $500,000, you can also get your logo on there,” the mayor said in jest. “It could say Subway,” Brandon Noel chided Francis Nezianya, who is a Subway franchisee. The Zachary Youth Park has been in the news in the past year regarding what the mayor reported was poor treatment of the facility by a local softball tournament club that tossed cigarette butts and left beer bottles on the ground. Coincidentally, representatives from that club lined the back wall of city hall this to ask for a second chance to play ball at the facility. “Please reconsider, please discuss it, and we’ll do anything we can to continue this league,” Umpire Larry Moss said on behalf of the group. Hunter Landry and Lael Montgomery said that it was ultimately an See COUNCIL on page 2

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Ronald R. Johnson Announces for District Judge, 19th JDC, Sec 2, Div. L Some may be asking the question, “Why are you running for judge?” I am running to safeguard our institutions of government, family, and to enforce laws to protect our children and elderly by ensuring that justice is rendered swiftly and certainly against violent and repeat offenders. I am a firm believer of the second amendment, and I will rule to uphold the law with the right to bear arms. I am also pro-life and believe that life begins at conception based upon my Christian beliefs and values. I also believe in community-based schools that strengthen relationships among families and create lifelong bonds between children and youth who attend them. However, I can’t do this without your vote and support.

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Having lived and been educated in Louisiana most of my life, I am keenly aware of the fears and frustrations of our youth and our elderly who need judges that apply laws equally and fairly without discrimination because of their social status, sexual orientation, race, religion or gender. Zachary has a unique opportunity to elect a new district judge for Division L, after the long tenure of our beloved Judge Micheal Erwin, who successfully retired after a long and distinguished legal career. I am humbled and deeply appreciative for the opportunity to serve our community. My educational pursuits have shaped, prepared and provided me with judicial temperament, a nec-

essary attribute to serve as judge. I attended Baton Rouge High School and furthered my education at Southern University where I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology and began my career in the industry. After working in Cincinnati, Ohio for General Electric Corporation as a mechanical engineer for several years, the desire to return home was forged by a passion for serving others in my community. This passion led me to enroll in Southern University’s Law Center and earn a Juris Doctorate. My life’s mission was to make a difference in the world, not only as a lawyer, but also as an elected school board member of East Baton Rouge

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POST Tuesday, August 20, 2019 teers were present to honor him. COUNCIL • Ordinance 2019-14 was incontinued from page 1 troduced, to clarify the intent of the administrative decision. After hear- UDC regarding designated open ing the request for a second chance, spaces in development. “SomeMayor Amrhein did not comment one will go buy a big tract of land and quickly moved on to the next and pay pennies on the dollar for agenda item. With millions of dol- wetlands and call that your green lars invested in the Youth Park facil- space,” stated Noel. • Approval to surplus certain ity, it seems that for now, the City of Zachary is content to have the lo- Zachary Police Department weapcally popular softball league warm ons. Lt. Ray Day was present to explain that the department would like the bench. Among other newsworthy items to surplus machine guns that are 20 years old and move to AR-15 style of the evening: • Ordinance to fix annual rifles. “Most of your shooters are all property millage rate for 2019 and rifle oriented,” stated Lt. Day. • Lt. Day also mentioned that to establish rate of taxation and levy a tax in the amount of 5.48 Mils, ap- one of the department’s existing AR-15 rifles was stolen out of a poproved. • Recognition of Reggie lice car, taken from the trunk where Dykes, for all the time and effort he it sat in a case. The firearm is still at put into the Zachary Food Pantry. large. Dykes is retiring, and fellow volun-

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Parish School System. My desire to have a greater impact on the lives of others led me to study theology and obtain a Masters of Divinity degree from Christian Bible College in Baton Rouge. Additionally, I completed graduate courses in business administration at Louisiana State University, and theology courses at New Orleans Theological Seminary and Reform Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS. Upon completion of my degree in Divinity, I was licensed and ordained as a minister, then later elected as pastor of Union Bethel Family Church in Weyanoke, Louisiana. For over 35 years, I continue to practice law and be a private business owner in the community. As an attorney, I’ve handled thousands of criminal and civil cases before local, state, and federal courts throughout the state of Louisiana and Texas. These experiences have helped me develop the qualities and abilities that are helpful in being successful as the next judge, when elected. I am a proud husband, father, and grandfather who firmly believes when families thrive, our communities are made stronger. Zachary and surrounding communities can continue to thrive educationally, economically, and culturally, holding true to their be-

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In Our Business Community Bank of Zachary Announces Expansion into Livingston Parish and Continued Facility Upgrades

Bank of Zachary announced a strategic initiative focused on expanding into new markets and renovating existing branches. The bank recently opened its first Loan Production Office at 348 Veteran’s Boulevard in Denham Springs. In addition, Bank of Zachary acquired the recently closed Capital One location on Highway 16 in Watson. The facility is expected to be renovated and open to the public in early 2020. “We’re a 115-year-old bank, and we’re here to stay,” stated Mark Marionneaux, the bank’s President

and Chief Executive Officer. “In fact, we’re growing. We’re continuing to make enhancements that allow our customers to bank the way they want.” The Bank of Zachary also recently purchased land adjacent to its Central branch location on Hooper Rd. in the City of Central. This land acquisition will allow the bank to renovate and expand the Central facility in 2020. As the oldest chartered bank in East Baton Rouge Parish, Bank of Zachary continues to enhance its customers’ hometown banking ex-

Rotary Club District 6200 Governor Harold Domingue recently visited the Zachary Rotary Club. During his tenure as Rotary District 6200 Governor, Harold Domingue, who is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Lafayette, is required to make an official visit to each of the 50 Rotary clubs throughout the state. Zachary Rotary President Brandy Westmoreland welcomed Governor Domingue and said it was an honor to have him speak to our local Rotarians. He encouraged Rotarian’s to demonstrate the 20192020 Theme, “Rotary Connects The World.” Rotary is built on connection. Through its distinct mission and structure, Rotary International provides a way to connect to our communities, to network professionally, and to build strong and lasting relationships. District Governor Domingue also congratulated the Zachary Rotary Club for being the recipient of a Rotary International District Grant. District grants fund small-scale, short-term activities that address needs in your community. Each district club chooses which activities it will fund with these grants. The Zachary Rotary Club was awarded a $3,500 grant that will be used to help transform the Zachary Train Depot into a hands-on museum for children ages 5-12 years of age, as well as serve as a historical information site for adults.

perience. The birth of this initiative began in 2017 with the full remodel of Bank of Zachary’s Plaza location at 2110 Church Street in Zachary. The bank, which is headquartered in Zachary, is also planning a full remodel of its Main Office located at 4743 Main Street in Zachary. “Bank of Zachary’s latest expansion and remodeling efforts will enhance our customers’ experience,” Marionneaux said. “Whether our customers choose to bank online or at a branch, nothing pleases our team more than developing generations of loyal friends, neighbors, and family.

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Our goal is to serve our customers anywhere, anytime. Of course, none of these endeavors would be feasible without a committed and dedicated staff. Our Bank of Zachary employees make this momentous occasion possible. We are excited for what the future holds.” Founded in 1904, Bank of Zachary is the oldest state-chartered bank in East Baton Rouge Parish serving residents, businesses and communities. Bank of Zachary is a locally owned and operated bank. Hometown banking is Bank of Zachary’s mission and specialty. The Bank of Zachary is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The FDIC Standard Maximum Deposit Insurance Amount (SMDIA) for deposits is $250,000 per depositor, per insured financial institution, for each account ownership category. The Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Housing Lender. For more information, visit www. bankofzachary.com or call (225) 654-2701.

On Thursday, July 25th, the Executive Director of the Zachary Food Pantry, Eelin Golan gave a presentation to the members of the Zachary Rotary Club. Eelin reported that the Zachary Food Pantry serves approximately 285 households a month. The food pantry is 100% volunteer ran and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization, The food pantry is govererned by a board of 14 volunteer members. There are 50 to 65 volunteers who contribute over 650 hours total each month. The Zachary Food Pantry serves clients who reside in the Zachary School District and meet certain income criteria. This would not be possible without the help of the generous citizens, businesses and members of the Zachary Community. If you are interested in donating to the Zachary Food Pantry, email Eelin at info@ZacharyFoodPantry.org. Pictured L to R – Eelin Golan, Executive Director of the Zachary Food Pantry, Sharon Phillips, Rotarian and Brandy Westmoreland, President of the Zachary Rotary Club

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Galilee Baptist Church Invites All to Awana Kids Galilee Baptist Church Invites all community children to attend the new year Awana ( a discipleship program designed for children) beginning August 25. Galilee Baptist is located at 11050 Greenwell SpringsPort Hudson Rd. (Hwy 64) in Zachary. The Awana Club will be held every Sunday night during the school year from 4:45-p.m-6:30 p.m. Awana stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed- the acronym comes from Timothy 2:15Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.

The Awana curriculum reaches kids and their families with the gospel using proven and adaptable curriculum led by trained volunteer workers of Galilee. Additionally, the curriculum assists in the development and discipling kids so that they will walk with Christ for life. The

curriculum and programs offered start at age 3 and continue through 6th Grade. Throughout the year they will have many different programs, including theme nights similar to a vacation bible school, where dress up and game time activities will follow the bible lesson that particular week. Galilee Baptist Awana is free and open to the public. The Awana Programs are by age as listed: Cubbies are preschool age up to 3 years before Kindergarten. In Cubbies, the youngest children are drawn into a greater understanding of God and His love for them! Gatherings each week include play time,

songs and simple crafts and activities. Sparks are Kindergarten through 3rd grade. SparksÂŽ ignites the cu-

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curriculum teaches kids the truth of God’s Word, trains them to follow Him and practice His grace. Brandy Westmoreland serves as this year’s Awana Commander. Any questions can be directed to Galilee Baptist Church at 654-5633 or info@ galileebc.com. Activities and opportunities for all ages can be found at galileebc.com/calendar and the church Facebook page.

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PUBLIC NOTICE In Our Wellness Community TO ESTABLISH A Sims Recognized for 10,000 Hours of Volunteer Service Eva Jones, outgoing Lane Auxiliary vice-president, presented a BRANCH ruby service pin to Gladys Sims

In the matter of the establishment of a branch of the Bank of Zachary. Notice is hereby given that the Bank of Zachary, whose main office and domicile is located in Zachary, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, has made application to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Louisiana Commissioner of Financial Institutions to establish a branch to be located at 32340 LA Highway 16, Denham Springs, Livingston Parish, Louisiana, 70726. Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his or her comments in writing with the Regional Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at its Dallas Regional Office at 1601 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75201, before processing of the application has been completed. Processing will be completed no earlier than the 15th day following either the date of the required publication or the date of receipt of the application by the FDIC, whichever is later. The period may be extended by the Regional director for good cause. The non-confidential portions of the application are on file in the regional office and are available for public inspection during regular business hours. Photocopies of the non-confidential portion of the application file will be made available upon request. A schedule of charges for such copies can be obtained from the Regional Office. Any person wishing to comment on this application with the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions may file his or her comments, in writing, with the Commissioner of Financial Institutions, Post Office Box 94095, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70804-9095. The Office of Financial Institutions is not required to consider any comments received more than 30 days after the date of publication of this Notice. The Public Section of the application will be available at the Office of Financial Institutions for public inspection during the regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. This notice is published pursuant to Part 303.7 of the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and LAC 10:I.Chapter 5 of the “Louisiana Register”. Bank of Zachary 4743 Main Street, Zachary, LA 70791 By: Mark Marionneaux President / CEO

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The Lane Regional Medical Center Board of Commissioners re-elected Gaynell Young chair and Jordan Charlet vice-chair during its July 22nd meeting. Young was appointed to the board in 2011 and has served as chair since 2016. Charlet was appointed to the board in 2015 and has served as vice-chair since 2016. The Lane Regional Medical Center Board of Commissioners is comprised of nine board members appointed by the Metropolitan Council of East Baton Rouge Parish. In addition to Young and Charlet, current board members include David Bowman, Debby Brian, Doze Y. Butler, Ph.D., Reagan Elkins, M.D., Donna Kline, Thomas Scott and Darnell Waites.

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Classifieds Interested Applicants may apply online at Job Seekers . http:// www.civilservice.louisiana.gov For More Information contact: Villa Feliciana Medical Complex, HR Office Phone: (225) 634-4011 Bank of Zachary - Universal Banker- Bank of Zachary is looking for a highly motivated individual to fill a Full-Time Universal Banker position. This position offers an exciting opportunity for candidates with prior teller, cash handling, customers service, or retail sales experience who are interested in beginning a career with opportunities for growth and development. Universal Bankers perform all Teller duties along with providing support in many aspects of retail with a broad knowledge of the bank’s products and services, along with account opening. Must be customer focused with ability to multi-task and perform as a team player. Stable work history and high school diploma or GED required. 1-2 years prior/current banking, sales, cash handling, and/or customer service experience required. EEO/AA/M/F/VETERAN/DISABLED. Send all resumes to hr@bankofzachary.com. Local recycling facility hiring for operator and labor positions. Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-4 p.m. with holidays off and paid vacation. No rain outs. Apply in person at 6760 Hwy 19 Zachary, La 70791. NOW HIRING. Cashier and Kitchen help needed. 5am-2pm. Apply in person at TMC Concessions, 4347 High Street, Zachary (Next to Chris’s Specialty Meats) or call (225) 286-5744. COMPETITIVE SALARY and satisfying career in Geriatric Nursing. Lakeview Manor has IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for LPN’s with SIGN ON BONUS, for all shifts. We also have IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for CNA’s with SIGN ON BONUS and COOKS for all shifts. Call to set up an interview today at (225)638-4404. LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY at Angola is now hiring a Dentist, Physician, Lab Tech, Medical Lab Tech, Social Workers and EMTs. Retirement Benefits, Health, Life and Dental Insurance available. Corrections Credit Union available on-site. Applicants must possess valid Louisiana license/certification. Interested parties may contact Assistant Warden Tracy Falgout @ 225-655-2734. EEO MISCELLANEOUS/ ITEMS FOR SALE Cross Creek Cowboy Church. Sundays breakfast 9:30, service 10:30. 21160 Plank Road, Zachary. Come as you are. Crosscreekcowboychurch.com TREADMILL FOR SALE contact 225-278-1842

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POST Tuesday, August 20, 2019

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Another Zachary Movies in the Park Well Attended

Movies in the Park was held Friday, August 9th in the HugYourPeople Community Park behind City Hall. Children arrived early at 7 p.m. and made their very own dragon shield before the movie started! Everyone enjoyed “How To Train Your Dragon - The Hidden World.” The volunteers served chilidogs and soft drinks to the crowd.

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