Mayor-President Josh Guillory’s proposed budget for next year is out, and our award-winning budget guide is updated with new info for LCG’s annual budget process.
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The mayor-president released his annual budget proposal, kicking off a weeks-long budget hearing process. Here are four key figures and one that is soon to come.
The Lafayette City Council approved $50,000 in funding for the nonprofit Focus Clubhouse. But long term, funding can be a challenge.
A chief justice, now retired, wanted a comprehensive analysis of district attorneys’ diversion programs. Her wish was not fulfilled.
Short-term rental owners again pressed the council appoint a task force to discuss the matter and develop regulations that would address problems and concerns while not outlawing short-term rentals in residential areas.
Source: The Advocate
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Despite extreme heat being the No. 1 cause of death among weather events, more deadly than hurricanes, or floods and tornadoes combined, institutional protections from it often fall short.
News of the plan surprised some renewable energy advocates who expected LUS to replace the coal-sourced power with solar energy.
Source: Louisiana Illuminator
The City Council is set to vote on new rules for short-term rentals that operators oppose, and Mayor-President Josh Guillory is set to introduce his proposed budget for next year.
A new migration of Americans is uprooting their lives in response to legislation restricting health care for transgender people.