The bill is up for reconsideration Wednesday.
The university wants to develop the fire station property for possible residential housing, while the city wants to build a new, larger Fire Station No. 5 on the Cajundome Boulevard tract.
The provision raises the potential for “cannabis commuting” much the way people commute to casinos.
On the docket for the next city and parish council meetings are increased costs for LUS, budgeting the new LUS Fiber director’s salary, more drainage projects and a reprieve for some restaurant permit holders.
Over the last year, Lafayette showed what resilience looks like. And we want to celebrate that achievement and shine a light on the locals that got us to this point.
Lawmakers are also considering loosening medical marijuana rules.
The bill forces Republican lawmakers to choose between two core constituencies, gun rights advocates and police officers. So far, in Louisiana, the advocates seem to be winning out.
Officials are working to pin down a revised proposal for the alignment and design of the Lafayette Connector by early 2022.
The legislation could make it easier to move blighted properties and redevelop economically beleaguered North Lafayette.
Louisiana Legislature gives another chance to bill that would allow industrial facilities to self audit their pollution
Environmental groups say the bill will create loopholes that keep health risks hidden from people who live near industry.
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