Up and down the Teche, communities are turning to the bayou once more as a vehicle for economic and cultural development. Is it a model Lafayette could follow on the Vermilion?
Lafayette has spent big money on drainage projects for years, but it’s not clear how much that work was worth.
It’s time to stop pretending the actions of this administration documented in this audit are normal or acceptable.
Increases of more than 50% are expected for National Flood Insurance Program policies in nine of the 10 ZIP Codes that cover the Lafayette area. That represents 15,000 single-family homes.