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.
FEASTival is almost over. Here’s a sampling of our favorite gluttonous pile-ons.
Rather than contribute constructively to the important community dialog about the future of consolidated government, Guillory chose to pollute the waters by twisting the truth to fit his preferred narrative. The city and parish of Lafayette deserve better.
Festival International is a celebration of global sound. FEASTival is a showcase of international tastes. Flavor is everywhere.
In an at-times barbed response to the committee reviewing Lafayette’s form of government, Mayor-President Josh Guillory argues the city of Lafayette has thrived under consolidation, attempting to upend contentions that the arrangement has been unfair.
Festival after festival is announcing its live return. Musicians are getting back an important launching pad.
His hardest sells will be carbon reduction and increasing the current $7.25 minimum wage, a political hot potato that Edwards lobbed squarely into the Legislature’s lap.
Months after the Louisiana Public Service Commission decided to “close the door” on allegations of overpayments from LUS to LUS Fiber, the Guillory administration insists Fiber owes the utility system a refund.
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Three Parish Council members illegally arranged votes outside of public view to make a controversial library appointment, Lafayette library advocates allege in a suit filed last week in district court.
Relatively light agendas include a continued push to privatize local park facilities, another step towards building detention ponds to help with drainage, and approval of new sidewalks around some schools.