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Council Contact Information
District 1: Bryan Tabor, ph. 291.8801, email: email@example.com
District 2: Kevin Naquin, ph. 291.8802, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 3: Josh Carlson, ph. 291.8803, email: email@example.com
District 4: John Guilbeau, ph. 291.8804, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 5: AB Rubin, ph. 291.8805, email: email@example.com
District 1: Pat Lewis, ph. 291.5101, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 2: Andy Naquin, ph. 291-5102, email: email@example.com
District 3: Liz Hebert, ph. 291-5103, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 4: Nanette Cook, ph. 291-5104, email: email@example.com
District 5: Glen Lazard, ph. 291-5105, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we’ve been up to
What's on the BallotLafayette City and Parish Tax PropositionsParishwide Proposition No. 1 of 4Airport Millage Renewal - 1.71 Mills Renewal - PC - 10 Yrs. ● A YES vote supports continuing the mill for the airport.● A NO vote would eliminate this mill for airport....
In her humble and modest manner, Thetis Cusimano was a trailblazer. She believed in good government, fairness, and treating people with respect and dignity. In her personal, professional, and civic engagement endeavors, she fought for what she believed.In...
Press ReleaseLafayette, LA (January 31, 2021) – Recent actions by the Lafayette Public Library Board and the Mayor-President’s office to deny a grant-supported public discussion of voting rights and ballot access in the United States raises questions for the League of...
Tuesday, August 18th, both the parish and city councils will vote on FINAL ADOPTION OF CO-069-2020 and PO-035-2020. The agreement will establish an early voting site at the Martin Luther King Center off of W. Willow St. in Lafayette. This is a compromise proposal...
Election Day - Nov 3rdPresidential General and Open Congressional Primary Election will be held on November 3rd. Polls open at 6 a.m. for TUESDAY elections. Polls close at 8 p.m. All voters in line at 8 p.m. have the right to vote.Voter Registration...
Email or Phone the Council Submit your comments via e-mail to DoNotSpeakCM@lafayettela.gov In your message, you must identify which Council meeting agenda you are calling about(City or Parish), then include the agenda item number, your name and your position (for...
Tuesday, July 21st, the parish council will introduce this item for consideration. The agreement is between Broussard, Youngsville, and Lafayette parish that opens an early voting site at the East Regional Public Library on the southside of Lafayette Parish. The...
Dear Councilmen, The League of Women Voters of Lafayette would like to share with you our thoughts regarding an issue pending your decision to enter into a memorandum of understanding between the municipalities of Broussard and Youngsville to open an early voting site...
LWV-Lafayette will make a case to the council to get to work on opening an additional early voting site
At the parish council meeting Tuesday, February 18th, 5:00pm, the LWV-Lafayette will make a case to the council to get to work on opening an additional early voting site. We hope that you will consider attending and/or writing your new parish councilman in support of...
2019 LWV of Lafayette Annual Meeting PhotosREADY TO JOIN? We are an inclusive community of action and diverse thinkers. Membership starts at $60 per year, opportunities to learn and make an impact are plentiful.
READY TO JOIN?
We are an inclusive community of action and diverse thinkers. The opportunities to learn and make an impact are plentiful.