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1. 1/17/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING City of Baker, Louisiana In accordance with the Open Meetings Law at R.S. 42:26, et seq. The Mayor and Council of the City of Baker, Louisiana, will meet on January 22, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Baker City Hall in the Council Chambers, 3325 Groom Road, Baker, Louisiana 70714, at which time a public meeting will be held for adoption of the following: Ordinance 2018-35, an ordinance to amend, supplement and re-enact Baker Code of Ordinances, Chapter 12 (Floods), Article I (In General) and Article II (Flood Damage Prevention), particularly Sections 12-44 through 12-46, and related matters (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-1, sales & use tax (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-2, insurance license tax (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-3, occupational license tax (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-4, chain store license tax (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-5, alcoholic beverage tax (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinance 2019-6, property tax 6.22 mills (Mayor) (Introduced 1/8/2019) Ordinances can be viewed in full at City Hall, 3325 Groom Road, Baker, Louisiana 70714, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. In accordance with the rules of conduct of the Baker City Council Meetings, any person desiring to be heard relative to any of these ordinances and matters for public hearing may contact the Clerk of the Baker City Council, City of Baker, Louisiana, P. O. Box 707, Baker, Louisiana, 70704-0707, in writing, and an opportunity will be offered to speak during this public hearing. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance, please contact Ashley Williams at 225-778-0300, describing the assistance that is necessary. Angela Canady Wall, LCMC, Clerk of Council City of Baker, Louisiana 323722-jan 17-1t
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2. 1/17/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - The City Council of the City of Central, LA will hold a public meeting and public hearing on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 6:00 pm at Kristenwood Building, 14025 Greenwell Springs Road, Central, LA 70739, to discuss the following instruments/items: a) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget to appropriate $1,545.00 for the purchase of equipment and hosting subscription to provide live video and audio streaming of public meetings on the City of Central website and to provide for related matters. (By Councilman Freneaux) b) Planning & Zoning Appointments: 1) Seat E (Term Expiration of December 31, 2022). Choose one: Gregory Cook H. P. "Pete" Firmin T. J. Johnson Jeffery LaCour, Sr. Steven Lumpkin Matt Moore David Shepherd 2) Seat F (Term Expiration of December 31, 2022). Choose one: Gregory Cook H. P. "Pete" Firmin T. J. Johnson Jeffery LaCour, Sr. Steven Lumpkin Matt Moore David Shepherd c) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Half-Cent Fund Budget and Capital Outlay Budget to appropriate additional funds for Road Resurfacing and Repair Projects and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Ellis) d) RZ-5-18: An ordinance granting a rezoning of an approximately 1.13 acre parcel from R-2 to R-1 in order to permit the construction and maintenance of an accessory dwelling unit. (13174 Joor Road) Applicant: Anya Glusman Hudnall (By Councilman Moak) The complete agenda can be found at www.centralgov.com on the Council Agenda page or by calling 225-262-5000. 323723-jan 17-1t
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3. 1/16/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Central Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Kristenwood Meeting Facility, 14025 Greenwell Springs Rd, Central, LA 70739 to consider the following item(s): EOP-16-18 Exchange of Property between Tracts 7-A-1-A, 9-B-1-A, 9-C-1-A and 10-A of the Thurston F. Watts Property into Tracts 7-A-1-A-1, 9-B-1-A-1, 9-C-1-A-1 and 10-A-1 This property is located on the west side of Glenn Watts Road between Tallowwood Avenue to the north and Hooper Road to the south in Section 1, T6S, R1E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is proposing an exchange of property. (Applicant: Alan Watts) EOP-17-18 Exchange of Property between a 7.84 acres, more or less, designated as Tract "C" and Lots 13-A and 14 of the White Oak Run Subdivision into Tract C-1, Lot 13-A-1 and Lot 14-A This property is located on the north side of Denham Road between Blackstone Drive to the east and White Oak Run Drive to the west in Sections 21 and 47, T5S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is proposing an exchange of property. (Applicant: Tracey Mouton LeClair) SS-24-18 Subdivision of Tract A-1-A-1-A of the Jimmie Dale Swain Property and Tract 1-B of the J.H. Bennett Tract into Tracts 1-B-1, 1-B-2, 1-B-3, 1-B-4 and 1-B-5. This property is located on the east side of Joor Road between McCullough Road to the north and Denham Road to the south in Section 20, T5S, R2E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide two tracts zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural Zoning District into five tracts for residential land use with a waiver to Sec. 7:14.3(1) of the Development Code to permit the development of the property without connection to sanitary sewer. (Applicant: Ashley and Adam Hunt) SS-25-18 Subdivision of Tract B-1 of the J.H. Bennett Tract into Tracts B-1-A and B-1-B. This property is located on the south side of Lovett Road between Bronco Road to the east and Joor Road to the west in Sections 82 and 84, T6S, R1E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide one tract zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural Zoning District into two tracts with a waiver to Sec. 7:13.6(9)d of the Development Code to permit the use of an existing, 14' wide roadbed instead of widening to the required 20' width, within a 30 ft. wide private servitude of access for residential land use. (Applicant: James E. Edwards) SS-26-18 Subdivision of Tract 2 of the W.E. Newson Tract into Tracts 2-A and 2-B This property is located on the north side of Greenwell Springs Port Hudson Road between Shoe Creek to the east and Joor Road to the west in Sections 82 and 84, T6S, R1E, GLD, EBR, LA. The applicant is requesting to subdivide one tract zoned (R/A) Rural/Agricultural Zoning District into two tracts for residential land use. (Applicant: James Ryan Myers) 321853-jan 9-16-23-3t
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4. 1/16/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - CITY OF CENTRAL MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL Kristenwood Building 14025 Greenwell Springs Road Central, LA 70739 Tuesday, December 11, 2018 6:00 PM I. Preliminary Business 1) Call to Order Mayor Shelton called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. 2) Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance Ron Erickson 3) Roll Call Present: Council Members Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance Absent: Council Member Ellis 4) Approval of the minutes from the November 27, 2018 council meeting Council Member Vance moved to accept the November 27, 2018 minutes. The motion was seconded by Council Member Fralick. There were no objections. The minutes of the November 27, 2018 council meeting stand approved as written. II. Unfinished Business 1) Items deferred to January 8, 2019 Council meeting: a) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget to appropriate funds for construction, planning, and testing related to a City Hall Building and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Messina) b) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Half-Cent Fund Budget and Capital Outlay Budget to appropriate additional funds for Road Resurfacing and Repair Projects and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Ellis) c) RZ-3-18: An ordinance granting a rezoning from R/A to B-2 and site plan approval for the construction and operation of a two-story approximately 15,000 square foot building with offices on the first floor and residential on the second floor. (15239 Wax Road). Applicant: Debra Sullivan (By Council Member Evans) III. New Business 1) Mayor's report and presentations 2) Introduction of the following item(s) (with public hearing to be held at the January 8, 2019 council meeting): None 3) Public Hearing and action regarding the following instrument(s): a) An ordinance to amend and reenact Title 1, Chapter 2, Section 1:225 relative to compensation of elected officials and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Evans) Council Member Evans moved to put this ordinance before Council for discussion. The motion was seconded by Council Member Fralick. Council Member Evans made a substitute motion to defer this item to the January 8, 2019 Council meeting. The substitute motion was seconded by Council Member Messina. Public comment: None. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Substitute motion passed. b) An ordinance authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute an agreement to sell approximately two acres of land to the Central Community School System and to cancel servitudes and rights of first refusal, and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Messina) Council Member Messina moved to put this proposed ordinance before the Council. The motion was seconded by Council Member Evans. Council Member Evans made a motion to amend this ordinance in the following locations: 1) Page 1, line 8: delete "and"; 2) Page 1, line 9: insert "amend the 2018-19 Capital Outlay and Improvement Fund Budget for the receipt of funds"; 3) Page 1, line 38: add paragraph "Whereas, the City of Central Council desires to amend the 2018-19 Capital Outlay & Improvement Fund Budget for the receipt of $285,000.00 related to the sale of the two acres of land near the corner of Hooper and Sullivan Road in Central, Louisiana"; 4) Page 2, line 5: add Section 2: "Proceeds from the Sale of Asset (CO&I Fund Revenue Account No. 210.380.00) is hereby increased by $285,000.00 to provide for the receipt of $285,000.00 related to the sale of two acres of land near the corner of Hooper and Sullivan Road in Central, Louisiana"; 5) Page 2, line 6: Rename to "Section 3"; 6) Page 2, line 9: Rename to "Section 4"; and 7) Page 2, line 15: Rename to "Section 5". The motion was seconded by Council Member Vance. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion on amendment carried. Vote on ordinance with amendment: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion passed. c) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year General Fund Budget to appropriate funds for updating the Master Plan, Land Use Map and Zoning Matters and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Vance) Council Member Vance moved to approve this ordinance. The motion was seconded by Council Member Evans. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion passed. d) An ordinance to amend the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget to appropriate funds for general liability insurance purposes for City Hall and the Police Department and to provide for related matters. (By Council Member Messina) Council Member Messina moved to approve this ordinance. The motion was seconded by Council Member Evans. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion passed. e) A resolution to designate the City of Central Police Department Headquarters as the James Douglas Browning Police Headquarters. (By Council Member Messina) Council Member Messina moved to approve this resolution. The motion was seconded by Council Member Evans. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion passed. IV. Zoning Cases 1) Introduction of the following item(s) (with public hearing to be held at the January 8, 2019 council meeting): None 2) Discussion and action regarding the following case(s): a) TA-4-18: An ordinance amending the City of Central Comprehensive Zoning Code adding regulations for recreational vehicle parks. (By Council Member Messina) Council Member Messina moved to approve this ordinance. The motion was seconded by Council Member Fralick. Public comment: None. Vote: 4 yeas (Evans, Fralick, Messina, Vance), 0 nays, 1 absent (Ellis). Motion passed. V. Other Business 1) Public Comment *Restricted to items not on the agenda. A Public Comment Request to Speak Card must be turned in to the City Clerk prior to the start of the meeting in order to be considered. Public comment is limited to 10 speakers with three minutes each. a) R.J. Saucier thanked Mayor Shelton and Council for their service. b) Debbie Dougherty thanked Mayor Shelton and Council for their service. c) Aaron Moak thanked Mayor Shelton and Council for their service. 2) Announcements None 3) Adjournment Council Member Messina moved to adjourn. Mayor Shelton adjourned the meeting at 6:37 p.m. 323460-jan 16-1t
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5. 1/16/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - Minutes of the St. George Fire Protection District Board Minutes approved November 8, 2018 A Meeting of the Board of Commissioners Was Held as Follows: Date of Meeting: Thursday, October 11, 2018 Time of Meeting: 5:30 p.m. Place of Meeting: St. George Fire Protection District No. 2 Headquarters 14100 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 70817 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER at 17:37 2. ROLL CALL: Present: Ourso, Rosendahl, Suchy Absent: Corzo, Carnes 3. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES: Minutes of the September 13th & September 27th 2018 Meetings. Motion to approve by Mr. Ourso, seconded by Mr. Rosendahl- All in favor motion passed. 4. FINANCIAL - BUDGET UPDATE REPORT: Monthly Budget Financial Cash Flow Forecast Report as of September 30, 2018. Motion to approve by Mr. Ourso, seconded by Mr. Rosendahl, all in favor-motion passed. 5. OLD BUSINESS 6. NEW BUSINESS a. A resolution providing for the incurring of debt and issuance, execution, negotiation, sale and delivery of the $16,500,000 Revenue Bond, Series 2018, of the St. George Fire Protection District No. 2 of the Parish of East Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana; prescribing the form, terms and conditions of said Bond; designating the date, denomination, time and place of payment of said Bond; providing for the payment thereof in principal and interest; providing for the acceptance of an offer for the purchase of said Bond; and providing for other matters in connection therewith. Resolution Number 10-11-2018-01. Motion to approve Mr. Ourso, seconded Mr. Rosendahl, all in favor-motion passed. b. A resolution authorizing and providing for an increase in the not to exceed interest rate with respect to the not to exceed $4,000,000 Revenue Anticipation Note, Series 2018, of the St. George Fire Protection District No. 2 of the Parish of East Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana, from not to exceed 2.00% per annum to not to exceed 3.50% per annum; ratifying the August 9, 2018 Resolution of the St. George Fire Protection District No. 2 of the Parish of East Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana, authorizing the issuance of said revenue anticipation note; and providing for other matters in connection therewith. Resolution Number 10-11-2018-02. Motion to approve Mr. Ourso, seconded by Mr. Rosendahl, all in favor-motion passed. c. Approving a resolution providing for the incurring of debt and issuance, execution, negotiation, sale and delivery of not to exceed $4,000,000 Revenue Anticipation Note, Series 2018, of the St. George Fire Protection District No. 2 of the Parish of East Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana; prescribing the form, terms and conditions of said Note; designating the date, denomination, time and place of payment of said Note; providing for the payment thereof in principal and interest; providing for the acceptance of an offer for the purchase of said Note; and providing for other matters in connection therewith. Resolution Number 10-11-2018-03. Motion to approve by Mr. Ourso, seconded by Mr. Rosendahl, all in favor-motion passed. 7. ADJOURNMENT at 17:45 Motion to adjourn by Mr. Ourso, seconded by Mr. Rosendahl, all in favor-motion passed. 323213-jan 16-1t
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6. 1/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - VISIT BATON ROUGE Nominating Committee Minutes December 13, 2018 A scheduled meeting of the Nominating Committee was held on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at its office located at 359 Third Street. Present were: Ralph Ney Claude Reynaud Paul Arrigo Lauralyn Maranto Ralph Ney called the meeting to order and opened the meeting for public comment. Discussion was held regarding a proposed slate of officers for 2019. On a motion by Claude Reynaud, seconded by Ralph Ney to recommend to the board the following slate of officers for 2019. Norman Chenevert, Chairman Scott Michelet, Vice Chairman Claude Reynaud, Secretary/Treasurer Motion carried. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 322817-jan 15-1t
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7. 1/15/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - VISIT BATON ROUGE BOARD MINUTES December 13, 2018 A scheduled board meeting of Visit Baton Rouge was held on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at its office located at 359 Third Street. Present were: Scott Michelet Donna Collins Lewis Mickey Freiberg Flynn Foster Claude Reynaud Ralph Ney Absent were: Pastor Wesley Mark Drennen Carolyn McKnight Norman Chenevert Present but not participating in formal actions: Paul Arrigo, Staff Lauralyn Maranto, Staff Sid Jackson, former Visit Baton Rouge Controller Karron Alford, Staff Geraldine Bordelon, Staff Stacy Simon, Staff Philipa Blair, Staff Jessica Coffing, Staff Chuck Elkins, Legal Counsel Mary Stein, Assistant Library Director, EBRP Library Ben Blackwell, General Manager, Courtyard by Marriott Baton Rouge Downtown Holly Dutchman, Baton Rouge Business Report Scott Michelet called the meeting to order and opened the meeting for public comment. Paul Arrigo introduced Jessica Coffing as the new Director of Finance and Courtney Taylor as the new Director of Destination Services. Mr. Arrigo recognized Philipa Blair, who was retiring from Visit Baton Rouge and Ralph Ney, who concluded his last term on the board. Mr. Arrigo thanked them for their dedication and contribution to Visit Baton Rouge. In addition, Mr. Arrigo recognized Ben Blackwell, General Manager, Courtyard by Marriott, and Mary Stein, Assistant Library Director. A motion was made by Flynn Foster, seconded by Ralph Ney to approve the October 25, 2018 minutes as presented. Motion carried. Sid Jackson presented the Treasurer's Report and reviewed November's financial statements. In a public hearing, Sid Jackson distributed and reviewed the 2019 Proposed Budget. A motion was made by Donna Collins Lewis, and seconded by Claude Reynaud to adopt the 2019 Budget as presented. Motion carried. Ralph Ney, reporting for the Nominating Committee, presented the following as the proposed Slate of Officers for 2019: Norman Chenevert, Chairman Scott Michelet, Vice Chairman Claude Reynaud, Secretary/Treasurer In lieu of Ms. McKnight's resignation, Chuck Elkins stated that he would review the Bylaws regarding the Immediate Past Chairman's vacant position. The Slate of Officers will be voted on at the January 2019 board meeting. Scott Michelet reporting for the Personnel Committee stated that the Committee met on November 29, 2018 to review and discuss Paul Arrigo's Employment Agreement and Performance Objectives and Incentive Payment Addendum for January 1, 2019 December 31, 2019. A motion was made by Claude Reynaud, seconded by Flynn Foster to adopt the following Resolution and Exhibits attached hereto as presented. RESOLUTIONS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS DECEMBER 13, 2018 BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors (the "Board") of Visit Baton Rouge ("VBR") that for purposes of the calendar year 2019 incentive compensation addendum (the "2019 Incentive Addendum") to be offered to the President & CEO of VBR pursuant to Paragraph 6.2 of that certain Amended and Restated Employment Agreement dated effective January 1, 2019 by and between VBR and its President & CEO (the "2019 Employment Agreement"): (A) The "Room Nights Booked" goal and the lower room nights booked threshold shall be 90,000 room nights and 85,500 room nights respectively; and (B) The "Tax Revenue" goal and the lower tax revenue threshold shall be $5,393,500 and $5,123,825 respectively. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board that the Secretary/Treasurer of the Board be authorized and directed to execute and deliver to the President & CEO the 2019 Employment Agreement and the related 2019 Incentive Addendum reflecting the changes set forth in the prior resolutions and any other changes or modifications to such agreements that the Secretary/ Treasurer deems appropriate and in the best interest of VBR. Motion carried. Paul Arrigo and Department Heads presented the President's Report. Paul Arrigo presented a brief overview in regard to Visit Baton Rouge's current 457 Deferred Compensation Retirement Plan. A motion was made by Ralph Ney, seconded by Mickey Freiberg to adopt the following Resolution: RESOLUTIONS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS CONCERNING CHANGES TO VBR EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT BENEFIT PLAN WITH RESPECT TO NEW EMPLOYEES DECEMBER 13, 2018 WHEREAS, VBR currently maintains a defined contribution employee benefit plan (the "Plan" ) which provides for a delay in Plan participation by new VBR employees; and WHEREAS, to bring the Plan into concordance and compliance with law and other provisions of VBR's employee benefit programs, and subject to the Plan administrator's favorable opinion, effective January 1, 2019 new VBR employees will be eligible to participate in the Plan on the first day of the next Plan quarter after such new employees' hire date, provided, that, such new employee shall have completed forty(40) hours of service and a sixty (60) day probationary period. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors (the "Board") of VBR that, Paul Arrigo, President & CEO, is hereby authorized and directed to take all any and actions necessary and/or convenient to amend the governing documents and agreements of the Plan to effect the above described Plan changes effective January 1, 2019. There being no further business, the meeting adjourned. 322818-jan 15-1t
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8. 1/12/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - BATON ROUGE AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) The Baton Rouge, LA Urbanized Area Metropolitan Planning Organization's Transportation Policy and Technical Advisory Committees are scheduled to meet jointly on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the BREC Ballroom, 6201 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA. Agenda 1. INTRODUCTION Hon. Riley L. "Pee Wee" Berthelot TPC Chairman 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF LAST MEETING Hon. Riley L. "Pee Wee" Berthelot TPC Chairman 3. ACTION ITEMS a) Updated TIP Amendment and Modification Procedures b) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 2019 2022 Amendments Project H.013755: I-10: NICHOLSON ACADIAN R/W ACQUISITION Adding ROW phase at a cost of $6.5M of NHPP in FFY 2019 Project H.013837: GRADE RAISING ON VALLEY ST Add Engineering phase at a cost of $500k GARVEE to be Advanced Constructed and $150K NFA in FFY 2019 Add ROW phase at a cost of $6M GARVEE to be to be Advanced Constructed in FFY 2019 Add Construction phase at a cost of $900K NFA in FFY 2020 Project H.011825: BUDDY ELLIS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS Add construction phase at a cost of $1.895M STPFLEX and $1.6M STP>200k both at 80/20 in FFY 2019. Project H.012232: LA 3064 TO LA 1248 PHASE 2 Add ROW phase at a cost of $3M STP>200k at 100% in FFY 2019 Project H.013674: BENTON LANE IMPROVEMENTS Add Utility phase at a cost of $12K STP>200k at 80/20 in FFY 2019 Add Construction phase at a cost of $827K STP>200k at 80/20 in FFY 2020 Project H.013793: GERMANY RD WIDENING (US 61 TO LA 44) Add Util phase at a cost of $550K STP>200k at 80/20 in FFY 2021 Add Construction phase at a cost of $3.75M STP>200k at 80/20 in FFY 2022 H.013797 LA 30 WIDENING: BRIGHTSIDE AIRLINE Add Environmental phase at a cost of $2M STP>200k at 80/20 in FFY 2019 c) Federal Highway Transportation Performance (TPM) 1 Targets 2019 Safety Targets d) Federal Highway Transportation Performance (TPM) 2 Targets 2021 Pavement Condition Targets 2021 Bridge Condition Targets e) Federal Highway Transportation Performance (TPM) 3 Targets 2021 Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Targets 2021 Percent Reliable Person Miles Traveled targets 2019, 2021 CMAQ Emissions Reduction Targets f) Federal Transit Administration Regional Transit Asset Management (TAM) Targets g) Marketing and Branding RFP Consultant Selection 4. NON-ACTION ITEMS a) 2019 TAC/TPC Schedule b) CRPC Activity Update 5. OTHER BUSINESS Hon. Riley L. "Pee Wee" Berthelot TPC Chairman 6. ADJOURNMENT ADA Notice: CRPC meetings are conducted in accessible locations and provision can be made for those persons of limited English proficiency. For special accommodations for this meeting, contact Title VI/ADA/LEP Coordinator via phone 225-383-5203 or via email at info@crpcla.org at least one week in advance. 322788-jan 12-1t
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9. 1/12/2019
PUBLIC NOTICE - - - PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE METROPOLITAN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT FOR THE CITY OF BATON ROUGE AND PARISH OF EAST BATON ROUGE, WILL MEET ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2018 AT 3:30 P.M. ON THE THIRD FLOOR IN ROOM 348, 222 ST. LOUIS STREET, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TO CONSIDER THE REQUESTS LISTED BELOW. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO APPEAR. AGENDA METROPOLITAN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT January 14, 2019 3:30 p.m. 222 ST. LOUIS STREET, THIRD FLOOR, ROOM 348 Agenda 1. 750 Longwood Dr. Nathan Stubbs Lot 33-A, Sq. 35 Capital Heights A2 Zoning District Council District 7 - Cole Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 11.3 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the 25' rear yard setback to 9' to add open carport to existing residence. Deferred from the December 10, 2018 meeting. 2. 1701 Main Street Joe Staffioti City of Baton Rouge Lot 14, Sq. 2 Lefever C2 Zoning District Council District 10 - Wicker Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 11.509 A of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the 25 foot side setback to 22.5 feet in a C2 zone, to enclose the existing vehicular drive through under canopy to create additional office space. 3. 2768 Grand Way Ave Russell Alleman Lot 274 Lexington Estates Rural Zoning District Council District 3 - Loupe Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 11.3 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the front yard setback from 15' to 9.3' to allow for a slab past the building line. The slab has been poured. 4. 23880 Huggins Ln Samuel Folse Lot 2 Rivers Tract Rural Zoning District Council District 1 - Welch Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 3.2-B-5b-1 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to allow for the placement of a second manufactured home due to hardship, for adult child to care for elderly parent. 5. 6858 Annabelle Ave Jeff Romig Brent Honore' Lot 28, Sq. 5-B Goodwood Estates A1 Zoning District Council District 11 - Watson Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 11.3 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the 8' side yard setback to 5' to allow for the remodeling and addition of a two story garage with living space above the right side of the residence, to include a bonus room with a full bath and closet. 6. 4025 Churchill Ave Brandon Billeaudeau Lot 9, Sq. 43 Walnut Hills A1 Zoning District Council District 7 - Cole Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 11.3 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the 25' rear yard setback to 8.5' to remodel and build and addition to an existing residence. 7. 10484 Black Rd. Karen Manual Lot B-3, Millican Tract Rural Zoning District Council District 1 Welch Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 3.2 B 3b and 3.2 B 5d of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to reduce the 100' front yard setback and 50' side yard setback to be reduced to 78' at the front and 38' from the side to allow the placement of a mobile home at the highest elevation of the property to reduce the risk of future flooding. Additionally to allow the existing mobile home to remain onsite for hardship placement for the care of an adult child and grandchildren. 8. 2040 Woodchase Blvd. Paul Fisher Carter Fourrier Lot 51, Woodchase First Filing A1 Zoning District Council District 12 - Freiberg Applicant requests the Metropolitan Board of Adjustment grant a waiver of Section(s) 7.5 of the Baton Rouge City-Parish Unified Development Code, to allow a nonconforming structure that extends into the 25' rear yard setback to be remodeled to include a second floor bonus room over the existing garage and the addition of an outdoor kitchen. 321612-jan 11-12-2t
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