LAFAYETTE, La. — Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory will answer questions from Lafayette Parish citizens during monthly Town Hall Meetings that begin on Wednesday, May 27.
“As the Mayor-President, it’s important to keep residents informed and to hear feedback on issues affecting our community,” Guillory said in a release. “Based on the numerous requests I receive daily for meetings and conversations to address constituent issues, I’ve decided to make myself available for citizens to get their concerns addressed directly.”
The Town Hall Meetings will be held in the Lafayette Consolidated Government Council Auditorium at Lafayette City-Parish Hall from 9 - 11 a.m.
According to LCG, participants can take part four ways:
- Facebook during the live stream at Facebook.com/LafayetteConsolidatedGovernment.
- Email questions to TownHall@LafayetteLa.gov with "Town Hall" in the subject line.
- Phone in questions by dialing 337-291-8300.
- In person at City-Parish Hall, though it is limited to 25% of the building’s capacity which includes employees.
The deadline to email and call in questions is Tuesday, May 26, at 12 p.m. Callers should state that they want to submit a question for the Town Hall.
LCG will live stream the meeting on the Lafayette Consolidated Government Facebook page..
Capacity in the auditorium is reduced to 25% so an additional seating area will be provided in the City-Parish Hall Foyer for overflow attendance. All attendees must wear a mask and will be subject to temperature checks prior to entering the building.
The mayor-president will host the Town Hall meetings at the end of each month. Future dates are to be determined.
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