The Lafayette City-Parish Council will be considering a proposal on alcohol delivery.
At Tuesday's meeting, the council will consider changes to the current ordinance to alcohol delivery within the city and unincorporated Parish of Lafayette.
The state approved alcohol delivery in July with a bill signed by Govenor John Bel Edwards. The sate law allows delivery services like Instacart, Shipt, Waitr and others to deliver beer, wine and liquor.
Local rules and regulations in Lafayette, however, have not been approved for the city and parish.
A final vote would be considered on December 17, if the council moves forward with the proposal.