Mar 11, 2014 7:36 AM by AP
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - After nearly four months of searching, the Baton Rouge City-Parish Planning Commission has offered the parish's top planning job to Charles Graves, a Cincinnati planning director.
The Advocate reports no timeline has been set, but Graves is expected to become the new city-parish planning director, pending a background and reference check and his formal acceptance of the job offer.
Planning Commission Chairwoman Tara Wicker said the process is expected to take about a week.
Currently serving as director of city planning and buildings in Cincinnati, Graves previously worked as a city planner in Baltimore, Atlanta and Washington D.C.