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LCG honors retiring LPD Deputy Chief Reggie Thomas

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Posted at 10:42 PM, Jun 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-02 23:42:14-04

Members of the Lafayette Consolidated Government honored retiring Lafayette Police Department Deputy Chief Reginald Thomas during a meeting Tuesday night.

Thomas announced his retirement last Wednesday after 30 years in law enforcement.

He served as LPD Interim Chief and Deputy Chief since 2016.

READ MORE: LPD Deputy Chief Reginald Thomas announces retirement

At tonight's meeting, Mayor-President Josh Guillory presented Thomas with a plaque, thanking him for his dedicated years of service to the citizens of Lafayette and the Lafayette Police Department.

Also at tonight's meeting, the City and Parish Councils approved an ordinance to use more than $800,000 in HUD funds for business recovery.

LEDA will administer the funds, which will be given to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

HUD must still approve the plan before it can take effect.

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