Director of Lafayette Utilities System and LUS Fiber, Terry Huval has announced he will retire.
Huval announced today that after 23 years of service to Lafayette and its citizens he plans to retire at the end of 2018.
"While it’s never easy to say goodbye, I’m confident in the strength of these companies, and more importantly, the strength of the people left to continue this good work," Huval said in a press release.
Huval was instrumental in establishing LUS Fiber telecommunications system which is currently in its ninth year of operation in Lafayette.
As Utilities Director, Huval has served under four Mayor-Presidents and is the longest-serving director in LUS’ history.
"Lafayette is a better city because of Terry Huval’s service. LUS and LUS Fiber are both shining examples of his successful leadership and strengths as a director. Terry has been a steady hand in my introduction to Lafayette Consolidated Government. His support and partnership throughout my administration has been invaluable," said Mayor-President Joel Robideaux said in a press release.