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  Lafayette Growth
Eight years of steady growth, progress and achievement has put Lafayette on the map - and made us the destination for opportunity, jobs and culture.
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Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel presented the UL-Lafayette College of Nursing with a proclamation for being named the Outstanding College of Nursing in Louisiana.

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  Meet and Greet
Have something on your mind and wish to schedule a "meet and greet" with the Mayor?
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Welcome to!  I have compiled this website as a way of communicating with you about topics that are important to our community. 

You might ask why not just use the Lafayette Consolidated Government website to do what I am doing with this site?
I do intend to continue communicating with you through the office, but from time to time, there may be issues that may be inappropriate for a government website. Click here to read more.

Here are a few highlights of what you will find on my new site:

  • You can sign up to receive our newsletter – you can also opt out of receiving the newsletter here.  Our goal is to keep them monthly, however I may find the need to update you more (or less) often from time to time.
  • Your Input – I welcome your input!  Let me hear from you on how I can make this site and our community better.
  • You can find information on becoming part of my campaign whether it is to make a donation or volunteer your time.
  • My public calendar will be posted and updated.
  • There will be polling and surveys for you to participate in so I know your position or opinion about the issues.
Thank you for visiting and I look forward to hearing from you.

The Charter Commission has recommended a change in consolidation. It would keep the services we receive consolidated, keeping the efficiencies we now have. But it would divide the government into a pure parish government and a pure city government for Lafayette. Do you support the Charter Commission's recommendation?



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Lafayette Officials Release Bicentennial Calendar  More >>

LCG Receives Donation of Trees From Apache  More >>

Durel declares 10/1/2011 Hispanic Heritage Day  More >>