Posted: Oct 31, 2009 3:34 PM by Jthibodeaux
Updated: Oct 31, 2009 3:34 PM
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - The Cajundome won't be going dry, after all.
A dispute over $1.4 million in overdue sales taxes had threatened to halt beer and liquor sales at the Cajundome.
But Lafayette Parish School Board President Carl LaCombe says the board and Cajundome officials worked out a deal Friday. He says that let the school system's tax director sign a clearance that the Dome needed to renew its liquor permit Saturday.
Friday was the deadline for that signature.
Lafayette Parish School Board President Carl LaCombe said Friday afternoon that details of the agreement will be revealed next week, when court documents are filed as part of sales tax litigation.
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