The go-cups in Lafayette will go... but no official date has been set. city Parish President Joey Durel may sign the ordinance before the end of next week.
The ordinance failed once in September and again in October. Tonight the ordinance was brought up again. This vote means the... more »
The "so-called go cup" ordinance is up for final adoption at tonight's Lafayette City Parish Council meeting.
It would prohibit possession of open alcohol containers, and public consumption of alcohol in the Downtown District, Simcoe-Surrey Street Corridor and the Mckinley Street Strip.
Lafayette police hope the ordinance will... more »
Tuesday night, the Lafayette City-Parish Council will once again consider final adoption of the so-called "go cup" ordinance. The proposal would ban the possession of open alcohol containers and public consumption of alcohol in the downtown district, the Simcoe-Surrey Street corridor and the McKinley Street Strip.
Lafayette Police Chief... more »
Take a Monday afternoon stroll on McKinley Street in Lafayette and it's apparent what goes on there over the weekend. Beer bottles, broken glass and those popular go cups are a common sight at the edge of the sidewalk and elsewhere. "Bottles, go cups, even wine bottles, pretty much anything... more »
A heated topic, no doubt about it and we want to hear what you think....
If you'd like to rant on the "go cup" ordinance, send your rants to Hoyt. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look for your rants Monday night at 10 right here on TV-3.... more »
Tuesday, the Lafayette City-Parish council will consider final adoption of an ordinance that would essentially ban the popular go-cups from downtown Lafayette. Now ahead of that council meeting, some citizens aren't standing for it, and they're taking their fight to the streets. "We came out to try and save the... more »