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CENTRAL SPEAKS

January 21, 2016 • Daily News at CentralSpeaks.com

Good News
for a
Great City!

City Knew of TND Traffic Concerns
City Zoning Expert’s Email to Mayor Shelton Cited Negative Traffic Impact on City

Investigative Report by Dave Freneaux


A November public records request has revealed an April 24, 2015,
email (see image at right) in which Central’s zoning attorney Mark Balkin
advised Mayor Junior Shelton that the traffic generated by the proposed Shoe
Creek TND was “not going to serve the people living in the development
or the traffic already on Sullivan” and suggested that “before final plan
approval is granted for any part of the development” the Council should
resolve the extension of Wax Road to Hooper Road. Instead, Central’s City
Council eventually approved the TND with entrances routing all traffic onto
Sullivan Road.
In the email, Balkin, whom Mayor Shelton and city council

members refer to as the City of Central’s “expert” in zoning matters, tells
Mayor Shelton and Planning and Zoning Director Woodrow Muhammad:
“It doesn’t require a traffic engineer to know that one entrance onto
Sullivan and one to Sagebrush is not adequate. Similarly, sending virtually
all traffic to Sullivan (whether directly or from Wax Rd. a few hundred
yards away) is not going to serve the people living in the development or
the traffic already on Sullivan.”

In their recommendation to the council, the planning commission
staff does not mention the email and zoning attorney Mark Balkin’s expert
opinion that if the TND’s only entrances routed traffic onto Sullivan
Road and through Morgan Place subdivision, the added traffic would be a
problem. As approved by the council, the Morgan Place entrance has been
eliminated, and the TND’s only entrances will empty onto Sullivan Road.

Balkin’s email was obtained as part of a public records request
initiated on November 9. After the city had failed to respond to the public There is no indication that city council members were made aware of this
records request for over a month, a public records lawsuit was heard and email and important opinion from the city’s own expert prior to their vote to
Judge Don Johnson instructed the city to release the documents. The approve the TND.
documents, including Balkin’s email, were finally released in late December.
See Email on Page 3.

CHS Basketball
in Full Swing

Photo by Expressions Photography

On Saturday, the Central Chamber of Commerce hosted the 10th annual Krewe
de Centrale Mardi Gras Ball at St. Alphonsus. The evening was filled with music by The David St. Romain Band.
This year’s Mardi Gras King is former Central Councilman Aaron Moak, and Mardi Gras Queen is Suzonne Cowart.
Both are known for their faithful participation in good causes and charitable efforts around the Central community.
Turn to page 7 for more Mardi Gras Ball photos.

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Head Basketball Coach Brian
Hargroder and his players.

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Thursday, January 21, 2016 • CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition

Answer Raises Questions

Why Public Records Access Matters


After reading the email
(see page 1) from Central’s expert
planning and zoning attorney
Mark Balkin to Mayor Shelton,
I’m wondering how anyone
involved in the approval of the
Shoe Creek TND, with 10,000
square feet of commercial space,
447 houses, and 250 apartments,
could read that email and still
support the project as proposed.
There certainly must be a better
explanation.

In a nutshell, way back
in April, Central’s attorney
and zoning expert Mr. Balkin
indicated that the additional traffic

of the Shoe Creek TND posed
a problem. Balkin stated that
the development would require
more than a couple of entrances
onto Sullivan Road and the one
through Morgan Place (which
the council has since prohibited).
His email calls for an extension
of Wax Road to Hooper Road to
handle the TND traffic. However,
the project was approved with the
only entrances leading to a short
stretch of Sullivan Road.

I won’t tell you I know
everything
else
that
may
have factored into apparently
disregarding the advice of the
city’s own zoning expert.
I
do know that Balkin’s email
was sent to Mayor Shelton and
Planning and Zoning Director
Woodrow Muhammad. I don’t
know whether it was ever shared
with the Central’s city council
members.

I also must confess that
our elected officials and I are not

real chummy lately, so until better
explanations surface I’m left with
these questions:

Why would the city
council vote to prevent traffic
through Sagebrush Avenue if
they knew of Mr. Balkin’s email
advising that Central’s streets
could not effectively handle the
traffic of this TND even WITH
the Sagebrush connection?

Why
did
Central’s
Planning and Zoning Director
Woodrow Muhammad, at Mayor
Shelton’s request, ask EBR
traffic engineers to approve
the Shoe Creek traffic study,
telling them that the Sagebrush
Avenue connection “has not
been eliminated,” after receiving
Balkin’s email which all but
mandated a direct connection to
Hooper Road?

Why would Central’s P&Z
Director prepare a detailed sevenpage staff report on the proposed
TND, designed to give guidance

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to the city council for their vote
on the matter, and fail to mention
the negative traffic comments in
the email from Central’s expert
zoning attorney?

Had Central’s city council
members even seen this email
when they voted to approve the
TND in the face of overwhelming
public opposition to the project?

How could any public
official have such an important
public record in their possession,
in the face of so many questions
by citizens, on the largest
development in the history
of the city, and not share that
information with the people of
Central until forced to do so by a
court decision?

What did Central’s zoning
expert think of the traffic impact
of the proposed TND? I believe
the email makes that clear, but
the answer raises more questions.
Answers to these questions would
be Good News for a Great City.

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CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition • Thursday, January 21, 2016

Email Raises Traffic Impact Study Questions
Continued from Page 1


This newly-discovered opinion
re-opens questions about the
approval of the traffic impact study
used by the city to support approval
of the Shoe Creek development.
For any development to proceed,
its traffic impact study must be
approved by East Baton Rouge
Traffic Engineering, as well as the
Central City Council. There is no
evidence that either of these groups
were made aware of Balkin’s expert
opinions expressed in his email to
Mayor Shelton.

On July 20, 2015, EBR Traffic
Engineering declared the traffic
impact study for the Shoe Creek
TND “invalid,” in part because the
Sagebrush Avenue traffic connection
to Morgan Place subdivision had
been eliminated by the Central City
Council, leaving only the entrances

on Sullivan. Central’s Planning
and Zoning Director, Woodrow
Muhammad, testified in October that
he sent an email response later that
same day, at the direction of Mayor
Shelton, assuring that the connection
to Sagebrush Avenue “has not been
eliminated.” In fact, the Central City
Council voted on May 26, 2015,
not to allow the dedication of the
Sagebrush Avenue connection as a
public street.

The
council
ordinance
instead left the street private, allowing
bollards to be placed on the street
to limit it to foot traffic. However,
as a direct result of assurances by
the City of Central, EBR Engineers
withdrew their objection to the use
of the traffic impact study, clearing
the way for the council’s approval of
the Shoe Creek TND.

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CITY 3

4 COMMUNITY

CENTRAL
COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
THURSDAY 1/21:

Central Speaks Hits the Streets and Mailboxes
Intro to Email, Central Library, 11AM
Cross Stitch Lessons, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 1PM
Powerpoint Basics, Greenwell Springs Library, 3PM
CPS Soccer at Laurel Christian, 3PM
Sports Central Radio Show, 910 AM, 5PM
Food Addicts Anonymous, Lane RMC, 5:30PM
Corpus Christi Prayer Group, St. Alphonsus, 7PM

FRIDAY 1/22:

Artist’s Paint-In/Crafts Work Room at Magnolia UMC, 9:30AM-12PM
CPS JH/Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball at Silliman, 4PM
CHS Boys Basketball at Scotlandville, 5PM
CHS Girls Basketball vs Scotlandville, Home, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer at Belaire, 6PM

SATURDAY 1/23:

Magnolia UMC Community Market, 8AM
BREC Frenchtown Conservation Area Woods Walk, 9-11AM
Live Music with Tanner Stockton, Central Perk, 1-3PM
Mardi Gras Mask Upcycled Craft, Greenwell Springs Library, 2PM
See you at church!

SUNDAY 1/24:
MONDAY 1/25:

CHS Boys Bowling vs Runnels, All Star, 3:15PM
CHS Girls Bowling vs Woodlawn, All Star, 3:15PM

TUESDAY 1/26:

AARP Driver Safety Program, Lane RMC, 9AM
Preschool Storytime, Greenwell Springs Library, 10AM
Anime Lovers Unite, Central Library, 4PM
CPS JH/V Girls and Boys Basketball vs Bens Ford, Home, 4PM
Family Storytime, Central Library, 4:30PM
CHS Boys Basketball vs Denham Springs, Home, 5PM
CHS Girls Basketball at Denham Springs, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer vs Woodlawn, Home, Senior Night, 6PM
City Council Meeting, 6PM

WEDNESDAY 1/27:

Toddler Storytime, Central Library, 10AM
Preschool Storytime, Central Library, 10:30AM
Toddler Storytime, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 10:30AM
Preschool Storytime, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 10:30AM
CHS Boys & Girls Bowling vs St. Thomas Aquinas, Tangi Lanes, 3:15PM
CHS Boys Soccer vs Broadmoor, Home, 6PM

THURSDAY 1/28:

Central Speaks Hits the Streets
CPS Soccer at Natchez Cathedral
Central Book Club, Central Library, 11AM
Cross Stitch Lessons, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 1PM
Intro to Excel, Greenwell Springs Library, 3PM
Sports Central Radio Show, 910 AM, 5PM
Board of Adjustments Meeting, Kristenwood, 5PM
Food Addicts Anonymous, Lane RMC, 5:30PM
Planning and Zoning Meeting, Kristenwood, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer at Live Oak, 6PM
PJ/Night Storytime, Greenwell Springs Library, 7PM

Thursday, January 21, 2016 • CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition

Tickets on Sale for CCAF
Valentine’s Ribeye Dinner


The Central Community
Assistance Foundation (CCAF)
will host a fundraising event on
February 13, 2016. Bring your
“honey” to our Valentine’s Ribeye
Dinner. The CHS Jazz Combo
will perform, and there will be a
silent auction. Come join us and
help our kids!

Funds generated by this
event will help needy children in
Central receive school supplies,
food, coats, and uniforms for
school.
DATE: Saturday, February 13, 7
p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
PLACE:
Kristenwood
on

Greenwell Springs Road.
COST: $50 per person (We
can reserve a table of 8 for
friends/family.) Tickets must be
purchased prior to the event, so
we can plan for the appropriate
amount of food.
TICKET PURCHASE:
Ross
Tire, Central Early Learning
Center (previously known as
Central Christian Academy on
Joor), Central School Board
Office.

For information call:
650-2906 or email jstevens@
centralcss.org. Thank you for
your support!

FBC to Host Valentine’s
Day Banquet February 13

Submitted by First Baptist Church Central


The annual Valentine's Day Fundraiser Banquet for the youth to
earn their way to camp will be held Saturday evening, February 13 at 6
p.m. in the church gym. Tickets are on sale from youth at the church or
in the church office. They are $15 each for a great chicken dinner.

Each year we try to have some good, clean entertainment, as
well. Since our pastor is Daryl Purpera, State Legislative Auditor, he
has been able to get Senator Jonathan Perry, State Senator from Kaplin,
LA, to come this year. Mr. Perry does stand-up Cajun comedy, so you
should be in for a real treat, as well as a good meal.

Come out for a fun evening while supporting the youth of
Central. First Baptist Church Central is located at 9676 Sullivan Road,
Baton Rouge, LA 70818. Call (225) 261-3722 with any questions.

January is National Blood Donor Month
Blood Drive to be held at Lane Regional
Medical Center January 29
From Lane RMC


Lane Regional Medical
Center and United Blood Services
will hold a blood drive on Friday,
January 29, from 7:00 a.m.2:30 p.m., in the hospital’s Staff
Development Classroom.

Blood is traditionally in
short supply during the winter
months due to the holidays, travel
schedules, inclement weather, and
illness. January, in particular, is a
difficult month for blood centers
to collect blood donations. A
reduction in turnout can put our
nation’s blood inventory at a

critical low. January has been
designated as National Blood
Donor Month to encourage donors
to give blood.

The blood drive is free and
open to the public. Appointments
are not required, but donors are
encouraged to sign up online at
www.UnitedBloodServices.org Code: LaneRegional

Please note: United Blood
Services is the sole provider of
blood to Lane Regional Medical
Center, so your donation will
directly benefit Lane and the
communities we serve.

Classifieds

For Sale: 98 Chevrolet Corvette white w/ For Sale: 1 cord of firewood 4 ft high x 16
removable sunroof, very low mileage, ex. ft long $225. 1/2 cord of firewood 4 ft high
condition. Call 261-7356
x 8 ft long $125. 225-261-8122
Cleaning: Christian, dependable lady - Caregiver: 35 years experience. In home.
House cleaning, office cleaning, & sitter. Day/night/live-in. 654-3313 or 301-2663
Call Norma at 261-3754 or 485-1084.
Garage Sale: Tools, housewares, furniture,
For Lease: 1000 square foot office
clothes, electronics, home decor. Fri & Sat
building. 12023 Sullivan Rd. behind
7am-Noon. 13821 Denham Road.
Lancasters $850 per month. Call 261-5000.
Garage Sale: Saturday Only, January 23.
Wanted: Magnolia Methodist Church
8am-3pm 11966 Sullivan Rd, Central
Thrift Store wants your yard sale leftovers!
Wsh/Dry,Pool Table,Riding Lwn Mower
Call 225-261-2789 for information.
Email classifieds@centralspeaks.com. Deadline MONDAY at 5 PM.
Real estate & professional ads are $10 for 3 lines, plus $3 per extra line.
Other ads are free for 3 lines (35 characters per line).

COMMUNITY 5

CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition • Thursday, January 21, 2016

St. Alphonsus Alumni Help CAPA Corner: Finding and
Lead Catholic High to Victory
Using the Light in 2016

Pictured left to right are: Connor Rawls, Dylan Ramsey, Anna Ashford, Zach
Olsen, Justin McNeeley, Justin Stevens, Alex Bertrand, James DeLee, Kole
Lemoine, Austan Hood, Brandt Boudreaux, and DJ Rousseau

St. Alphonsus
alumni were well
represented on
the Catholic High
School football
team and cheer
squad this year.
The CHS Bears
won the 2015
LHSAA Football
Division
I
Championship
on
December
The members of the football team and cheer squad who are
St. Alphonusus alumni are Kole Lemoine, Alex Bertrand, 4, 2015 in the
Superdome.
Justin McNeely, and Anna Ashford.

When my wife and I moved from
the Midwest to Central 3 ½ years ago,
we noticed something when we drove
around Central at night – it was dark;
it was very dark! Only around the
major retail and restaurant areas was
it not dark. We were used to being
able to see the road well as we traveled
throughout the Midwest. We have
had to adjust to the lack of light as we
drive around Central at night. We are
making progress! Light for our eyes is
a good thing!
In the Bible we read about the
importance of light – the light that
shines from God’s Word so that we
might know God better, know what
we are to believe about Him, and
how we are to live to honor Him. In
Psalm 119:105, we read, “Your Word
is a lamp to my feet and a light to my
path.” God’s Word (the Bible) is what
we need every day, no matter if it’s
dark out or not, so that we can come

to know and love the Lord more and
more. God’s Word also points us to
Jesus Christ over and over again –
what He has done to accomplish our
salvation, how He meets our spiritual
needs and transforms our lives with
the grace of forgiveness. God’s Word
is clear that we desperately need Jesus
Christ and His righteousness 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week.
We have the greatest source of light
as we live each day – God’s Word.
God’s Word is the light we need each
day to grow in our love and knowledge
of the Lord Jesus Christ. Why not make
2016 a year in which you take God’s
light and use it each day (reading and
studying it), so that when you stumble
you will know the way back to the path
of God – keeping your eyes on Jesus –
the Light of the world!
Don Hulsey,
Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church
(9526 Joor Road)

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COMMUNITY Print Edition • Thursday, March 8, 2012

Thursday, January 21, 2016 • CentralSpeaks.com
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Print Edition11

The Central Chamber Report

Board of Directors being sworn in

Executive Committee being sworn in

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Mayor Shelton


Last Wednesday, January
13, the Central Chamber held
its January Monthly Investors’
Luncheon, and what a jam
packed meeting it was! The
Central Chamber of Commerce’s
2016 Executive Committee and
Board of Directors were sworn
into office by Central’s Justice
of the Peace Mark Miley. As an
added bonus, board member and
former councilman Aaron Moak
was sworn into office as a new
member of Planning and Zoning
by Mr. Miley and Mayor Junior
Shelton. To wrap things up,
Mayor Junior Shelton addressed
the Central Chamber Investors on
the state of the City of Central. It
was insightful to hear about all of
the different projects taking place
in Central. From road projects
to housing developments, the
economic future is looking great
for Central.

Throughout the year we
will continue to bring a variety of
speakers to our Monthly Investors’
Luncheons. You can be a part of
these informative luncheons as

Justice of the Peace

Aaron Moak being sworn in

well. To find out how, contact the
Central Chamber at 261-5818.

As stated last week,
congratulations to the following:
The Executive Committee for
2016 is Chair – Stephen David,
Whitney Bank; 1st Vice Chair
– Michael Loolara, State Farm;
2nd Vice Chair – Heidi Wendt,
Ochsner; Treasurer – John
Kovalcik, Greater Baton Rouge
Signs; and Past Chair – Wayne
Leader, AA Mini Storage and
Central Supersuds. Additional
Board Members are Brockwell
Bone, Aptus Marketing; Ti
Barnes, Walton J. Barnes II
APLC; Reda Cockerham, CJ
Brown; Si Kora, KG Capital
Management; Tim Lazaro, RV
Cams; Michelle Lewis, Lewis
Wrecker; Aaron Moak, Computer
Evolutions; Tommie Morden,
Central City Chapeaux Chicks
Red Hat Society; Kevin Rogers,
Rogers Regional Eye Center;
Lucky Ross, Ross Tire and
Services; and Russell Starns,
Chase Health Care and Nursing
PRN.

CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition • Thursday, January 21, 2016

COMMUNITY 7

10th Annual Krewe de Centrale Mardi Gras Ball
“Louisiana Saturday Night”

Photos by Expressions Photography

Aaron Moak and Suzonne Cowart were crowned king and queen.

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Thursday, January 21, 2016 • CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition

CFD Battles Warehouse
Fire
Mandatory CHS Football Parents’ Meeting
East
Side,

Central, and St.
George firefighters
responded
to
a
warehouse
fire Wednesday
morning in the
13800 block of
Florida
Blvd.
When firefighters
arrived on scene,
they discovered
heavy fire in one
end of the long
warehouse.
As
firefighters began
to attack the fire,
it was obvious more personnel would be needed and a second alarm was
requested, bringing in engines from the District Six and the Baton Rouge
Fire Departments.

An aggressive attack prevented the 8:59 a.m. blaze from spreading
past the area of origin, but not before causing approximately $160,000 in
damage to the structure and contents. Approximately 84 small motorcycles
were destroyed in the fire. There were no civilian or fire service injuries.

There will be a MANDATORY parent meeting for all returning
CHS football players and all football players who recently
signed up. The meeting will be held on Thursday, January 28 at
6:00 p.m. in the Central High School cafeteria. It is important
that each football player have at least one parent attend.

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns
Consumers of IRS Phone Scam

Consumer Alert


BATON ROUGE, LA –
Attorney General Jeff Landry is
warning Louisiana residents and
businesses to be vigilant of telephone
scammers claiming to be associated
with the Internal Revenue Service
(IRS). Recently, Attorney General
Jeff Landry’s Consumer Protection
Section has received calls from
people reporting that they have been
contacted by scammers identifying
themselves as IRS representatives.

Victims are told they owe
money to the IRS, and it must be paid
promptly through a pre-loaded debit
card or wire transfer. If the victim
refuses to cooperate, they are then
threatened with arrest or suspension
of business and driver’s licenses.
In many cases, the caller becomes
hostile and insulting.
“These
scammers
are
shameless criminals who will stop at
nothing to get your cash or personal
information,” said Attorney General
Jeff Landry. “If you receive a call
from someone claiming to be a

representative from the IRS who
is threatening to take legal action
against you, remember that the IRS
does not initiate contact requesting
information by electronic means.
Also, they do not call asking for credit
card numbers or demanding payment
without first sending a notification by
mail.”

If you get a phone call from
someone claiming to be from the
IRS: If you know you owe taxes
or you think you might owe taxes,
call the IRS at 800-829-1040. The
IRS employees at that line can help
you with a payment issue – if there
really is such an issue. If you know
you do not owe taxes or have no
reason to think that you owe any
taxes, call to report the incident to the
Treasury Inspector General for Tax
Administration at 800-366-4484.

Education is the best way to
avoid the pitfalls of fraud and scams.
For additional consumer tips, contact
Attorney General Jeff Landry’s
Consumer Protection Hotline at 800351-4889.

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HOUSE WASHING

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House & concrete cleaning
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Serving Central for over a decade.
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work and New Construction. Generator Installation and service. 261-4583

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Full Service Lawn Care, Including Weeding,
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