A representative from The 100 Black Men of Greater Lafayette and the Lafayette Parish Public Education Stakeholders Council will join the school board in narrowing down the superintendent search to 10 applicants.
“It is now a dead issue, to be dealt with by others in the future.”
“Unlike most recent statewide races in Louisiana — where Democrats faced nearly insurmountable circumstances — the 2011 secretary of state’s race is quite winnable ...”
On tap are the departments of Parks & Recreation, Community Development, Administrative Services and Information Services.
Former Lafayette City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams has filed suit against the Lafayette Housing Authority seeking back wages, penalties and attorney’s fees.
The number of voters registered as Democrats has fallen below 50 percent for the first time since the state began tracking the numbers.
A Democrat and former criminology professor at UL Lafayette, Mike Neustrom was first elected in a runoff in 1999.
The California-based Animal Legal Defense Fund is seeking to enlist a new partner in its effort to keep up the pressure on Michael Sandlin, owner of the Tiger Truck Stop in Grosse Tete: Louisiana State University.
More than 100,000 people and 549 cases will be consolidated into a massive three-phase trial starting next year for BP and other companies involved in the Macondo well blowout that caused the Gulf oil spill.
Each of the applicants will be asked to present a powerpoint presentation to the local board, and board members have decided to visit the school districts of the top three applicants.
“Not only was bundling done on a wholesale basis on Jindal’s behalf, but identical contributions by individuals and committees, many on the same dates totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars, routinely appeared in separate reports.”
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