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 City Council is set to vote Tuesday on setting aside $9.5 million to buy a new building for City Court, while both councils will look at allowing Sunday morning beer sales.
Lafayette’s City Council will vote on the city’s first rules for short-term rentals and look at reviving a $9.5 million plan to move City Court.
Lafayette’s annual budget season is here, and in just about a month the city and parish councils will be voting on how to spend hundreds of millions of tax dollars next year. Take a deep dive into the proposed budget with our updated explorer.
Lafayette’s city and parish councils are looking at $3 million worth of raises for fire and police employees plus a new approach to adjudicated properties Tuesday.
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.
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.
Lafayette’s City Council is eyeing two competing paths forward on short-term rentals like Airbnbs this week. One that would kick them out of much of the city, and another that solidify their statuin Lafayette.
LUS is set to get an $83,000 grant for five new electric car chargers under auto giant Volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal settlement.
In all, Lafayette is in line for $688 million across dozens of projects in this year’s proposed state budget, including big money for UL and parish government.
Here’s a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
The roles have reversed from the 2020 budget cycle, and now the City Council ought to play budget hawk.