Lafayette City-Parish Council members voted Tuesday night to override a veto from Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel on an ordinance that places restrictions on the use of recreational park vehicles as permanent homes in the unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish.
On "Your Afternoon Drive Home," Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel announced a partnership between Lafayette and Centla, a Mexican city in the state of Tabasco, something that will benefit our local oil and gas industry.
A longstanding property dispute between Lafayette and Vermilion Parishes has come to a head in recent weeks. The dispute is over the nearly 700 acres of land that lies between the two parishes that has been a point of controversy since Vermilion Parish was formed in 1844.
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