The mayor of Broussard announced today that he will seek a seventh term in office.

Mayor Charles Langlinais will seek another term in office this fall.

Langlinais says,

"In the more than two decades I've been in office, I have worked for the city to see it become one of the fastest growing areas in our state.  I am asking the citizens of Broussard for the honor of continuing to lead them and work with our City Council to build our city, its infrastructure, its schools and its future.  Working together, we will attract even more new and diverse businesses that will create good paying jobs and see hundreds of new families call our community home."

Langlinais' press release lists his accomplishments while in office:

He's overseen the complete overhaul of all water lines in Broussard, increasing the volume of water produced.

He pushed for construction of a new waste water treatment facility.

He's pushed for the three lanes for Highway 90 and the expansion of Ambassador Caffery from Kaliste Saloom to Hwy 90.

He has ensured the road overlay and re-construction of major projects throughout the city, including the $6 million extension of Bernard Rd.

Langlinais says there have also been major businesses that have located in Broussard during his tenure including:

  • Walmart
  • Stine
  • Starbucks
  • Hampton Inn

Langlinais says he is also proud to have completed a new police facility, he has served as Mayor while two new fire stations have been built and a multi-purpose community center.

Langlinais says his focus in the future will be on completing the new $27 million St. Julien Park, off St. Nazaire Rd.