Conque pointed out that the project, which would begin from Holden Avenue to Cajundome Boulevard (or “coulee to coulee” as Conque referred to it) would call for the 5 lanes to be reduced to 4 lanes with a raised median, BUT there will be controlled left turns built in.
Bruce Conque, District 6 Representative on the Lafayette Council and 2016 Chairman of the Lafayette Public Utilities Authority, has been named to a one-year term on the American Public Power Association’s Policy Makers Council by APPA’s Board of Directors.
The Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is coming off a great year in 2011 that brought honors including a national five-star accreditation. Today Bruce Conque, Chamber VP of Marketing & Governmental Relations sat in with “Mornings With Ken & Bernie” and discussed upcoming events including the annual Chamber Banquet and “Food for Thought” a new luncheon series which will replace “Eggs & Issues”.
The Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for another active Legislative session. This year legislators are required by law to deal primarily with only fiscal matters, but are allowed to submit five non-fiscal pieces of legislation. Chamber spokesman Bruce Conque says they will be watching.
Last night six out of nine members of the Lafayette Charter Commission voted on a proposal to be sent to voters that would call for local government to be governed by a separate city and parish chater. Currently we have consolidation in Lafayette.
The Charter Commission could take a final vote tonight on a proposal to create separate governmental charters for the city of Lafayette and Lafayette Parish. The panel was leaning that way when it last met. Commission member Bruce Conque spoke with Ken Romero and Bernadette Lee about what could happen this evening.