Tax revenues are up for the City and Parish councils this year, and a vote is set for the city’s first short-term rental rules.
Lafayette’s City Council is looking for news on the $9.5 million City Court relocation this week, while both councils will consider plans to give 14 adjudicated properties to Lafayette’s Habitat for Humanity.
Lafayette’s efforts to deal with adjudicated properties have seen slow but steady progress since adjudications peaked at 1,560 properties in July 2019. In the years since, LCG has brought hundreds of properties back into commerce.
On the docket for Tuesday night’s council meetings are approval for more drainage projects, a request to increase the LUS Fiber director’s salary, a report on police training, a request for another restoration tax abatement, and more.