Broadmoor Neighborhood Association invites members and the public to a 4-part meeting at 7 PM Tues, February 25, Broadmoor Presbyterian Church in the gym, 1915 Grover Place. Speakers include LA District 4 Representative Patrick Williams, candidate for Mayor of Shreveport; Honorable Scott J Crichton of the First Judicial District Court, a candidate for LA Supreme Court; Donald Weir, Jr, local attorney and candidate for First Judicial District Court; and Theodis Lamar Goree, Jr, PhD, Superintendent, Caddo Parish Schools. Audience questions are welcome
after a speaker concludes his presentation. Visit BNA
Ken Krefft – BNA President
Broadmoor Neighborhood Association invites members and the public to a 3-part meeting on Tuesday, 9/24/13, in the adult ed building at Broadmoor Presbyterian Church, 1915 Grover Pl. At 7 PM it will entertain proposals for the 2014 Neighborhood Improvement Program. Next is a presentation by Caddo Parish Administrator Woody Wilson on the Caddo Commission’s $19 million bond election set on Sat, 10/19/13. Audience questions follow Mr Wilson’s comments. Last is a forum for the Caddo District Judge seat recently held by Judge Jeanette Garrett. The 2 candidates face off Sat, 10/19/13 for that seat on the bench are attorneys Brady O’Callaghan, a Caddo Parish Assistant District Attorney & Mike Miller, a Bossier Parish indigent defender. The moderator will be Lou Gehrig Burnett of the Forum News and the Fax-Net update
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On 9/24/2013 The BNA
has invited Mr. Woody Wilson to speak to to us concerning the upcoming $23 million bond issue on the ballot at the next election on 10/19/2013. Audience questions will follow the presentation. We’ll have 1 tray of finger wrap sandwiches available for folks w/ the munchies.
Woody Wilson is the administrator for the Caddo Parish Commission. My own request is we should work w/ Mayor Glover & the emergency prep folks to install loud air raid sirens to warn of coming twisters or other severe weather conditions. Victims who perished at Albert Pike campground in the Ouachita Mountains 6/10 might be alive if there were proper warning devices, ie, sirens, to awaken ‘em. Sending a tweet, twit, or e-m didn’t help much in the middle of the night. Let us at least discuss this important safety feature as part of the bond.
Your consideration is quite welcome.
There will be a BNA meeting to discuss the CPSB millage renewal election on 5/4/13. The meeting will be held at Broadmoor Presbyterian Church 1915 Grover on 4/23 at 7pm
Broadmoor Neighborhood Assn invites members and the general public to its annual catfish and jambalaya dinner at 6:15 Tues, 3/26 in the Broadmoor Presbyterian gym. Cost is $4 for members with current dues, $6 other adults, $2 ages 13-17, and free 12 and under. Entertainment is by Lenny Kacenjar and his talented young musicians. District 37 LA State Senator Barrow Peacock will be our guest speaker following a 7 PM brief business meeting. He’ll discuss the upcoming LA legislative session that starts in early April. He will gladly answer audience questions after his presentation.
The Broadmoor Neighborhood Association would like to invite its members and the general public to its post-thanksgiving meal and meeting Tues, 11/27. Shaver’s Catering & Crawfish will serve up “The Broadmoor” which includes fried chicken & catfish, green beans, jambalaya, mashed potatoes, tossed green salad, cole slaw, and hush puppies at 6:15 PM in the Broadmoor Presbyterian Church gym, 1915 Grover Place. Encourage young children to enjoy the talents of “Jelly the Clown” (Frank Johnson). At 7 PM a brief regular business meeting, maybe 10 minutes. Then a rep from both the Shreveport Police and Fire Depts will explain the importance of a 1/4 cent sales tax renewal on the ballot Sat, 12/8. Audience questions will be answered. Our main guest speaker will be Ms Dorothy Farnell, Director, Property Standards, City of Shreveport. She should begin about 7:30 PM. Dorothy will be glad to answer audience questions after her presentation.
The meal is $3 to members whose dues are either current or become current that evening. Other adults will pay $5 each. Children 13-17 will pay $2 apiece, and children 12 and under eat free. BNA appreciates the Neighborhood Improvement program for making possible the delicious meal and the clown act.
Broadmoor Neighborhood Association invites the public to a 4-part program at the
Broadmoor Presbyterian Church, Adult Ed building, 1915 Grover Place, as follows:
6:15 PM, meet, greet, and eat. Light snacks from Shavers’ Crawfish and Catering.
6:30, Elliott Stonecipher discusses LA Hwy 3132 and replies to audience questions.
7:00, Jeffrey Sadow, PhD at LSUS, explains the 9 LA constitutional amendments.
7:15, Court of Appeal forum between Caddo District Judge Frances Pitman and
Caddo Juvenile Court Judge Davit Matlock, moderated by Lou Gehrig Burnett.
The candidates will reply to audience questions. This event will finish by 8:15.
will be having a Judicial Forum on Oct. 23 2012. The purpose is to explain 9 of the constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot this coming election 11/6/2012. So if you would like more information on these issues or you need a better understanding please feel free to attend. The events are as follows…
6:15 PM, early meet/greet/eat activities, light snax from Shavers’ Crawfish/Catering.
6:30 PM, Elliott speaking of LA 3132 matters followed by Q & A, ending about 7 PM.
7:00 PM, Dr Jeff on the proposed 9 LA constitutional amendments up for 11/6 vote.
7:15 PM, here come the judges! Lou moderates the Court of Appeal judicial forum.
Each candidate has an opening & closing statement. ?? will alternate so that each is replying about half the time. I’ll keep time. We’ll work out specifics time allotment as David & Frances deem most appropriate. We should wrap @ 8:00-8:15 PM. A lot depends upon the crowd’s asking?? Am uncertain how that will go, but usually BNA folks are rather inquisitive, considering the juvenile judges’ forum a few years back.
Let’s meet to entertain the 2013 NIP proposals at 7 PM, Tuesday, 9/25/12 in the adult ed room at Broadmoor Presbyterian Church. Will submit a request to Community Development next week for
3rd & last check to accommodate those who haven’t received any or their full award. Intend once again requesting a Phase III NIP $10,000 grant as we have this year & 2 years before that. I’ve got
to report for jury duty 9/24 which might complicate things a little. I know Kim is no longer at BMLS. Billy Williams the new principal? Someone kindly reply if that is correct so might FW him NIP info. Please bring a short proposal. Pictures are very helpful.
Ms Liz Swaine will present a PowerPoint on downtown activities.