The restaurant business has always been notoriously tough. Even more so in a place like Lafayette, where the bar has been set so high by so many establishments for so many years.
Developers and residents alike say Lafayette’s codes let down both groups by causing heartburn for residents and giving false hope to builders.
In town halls held this week, economic development emerged as the central tenet of incoming M-P Boulet’s vision for Lafayette.
Incoming M-P Boulet is holding three town hall meetings next week to gather input from the public on a trio of key local issues.
Federal data shows Lafayette’s economy is behind a billion dollars. We can’t afford to be complacent.
As Lafayette voters head to the polls Saturday to decide the mayor-president election, daylight has been hard to find between the two candidates on local issues.
UL will create Community Resilience Hubs, which will be part of a network to help communities maintain access to electricity and key services during disasters.
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Lafayette is losing young people, but Downtown is poised to be a crucial asset in the fight to keep them here.
Lafayette lost more than 700 college grads under 25 from 2017 to 2021. Better jobs and lowering housing costs could reverse the loss.
Lafayette is looking to a new idea to offload adjudicated properties: putting communities in charge of their fates
Cities around the country have blazed new trails with solutions to their housing problems that Lafayette can learn from. But its own citizens have answers too.
The company will tap the University for a large portion of the workforce at the facility, where high-performance photovoltaic (PV) solar modules will be produced. Initial projections call for construction to be completed in 2026.