Connector street plans moving forward

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Posted: Apr 23, 2014 11:21 PM by Trey Schmaltz
Updated: Apr 24, 2014 6:23 AM
Source: WBRZ

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Topics: cemetary and businesses stalling progress, BATON ROUGE, Department of Works, Highland Road Burbank Drive, extend Kenilworth Parkway, ease congestion, Ace Hardware Store, Country Day School of Baton Rouge, David Guillory, Ryan Naquin, Grant Giesler

BATON ROUGE- City leaders agreed Wednesday, it is time to study a new way to get from Highland Road to Burbank.

The Metro Council approved moving forward with looking at possibly connectors. Planners have already focused on Kenilworth or Seyburn Drive.

A previous WBRZ News 2 report showed that Kenilworth could be problematic because the city would need to remove a cemetery and hardware store for the street to extend over Highland and continue down to Burbank.

The Department of Public Works plans to make a decision on how to connect Highland and Burbank in the next six months.
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