We need a constitutional convention to fix this system and keep entrepreneurs in the state.
It was a near record-breaking year in residential real estate — and an extraordinary year for new construction in Lafayette Parish.
In his third and final term, Joey Durel still has a full agenda to discuss at the annual State of the Parish Luncheon Feb. 6.
Commercial real estate markets in economies driven by energy exploration weathered the recession and are on the upswing.
If nothing changes before Jan. 1, hundreds of billions of dollars in tax increases and critical budget cuts will occur.
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