Lafayette’s residents could see higher sales taxes in parts of the city pending the approval of six new economic development districts proposed by outgoing Mayor-President Joel Robideaux.
The proposed districts are set for a vote by Lafayette’s City-Parish Council at its Dec. 17 meeting and would likely not require a vote from the public at large to levy the suggested sales tax increases at establishments within the multiple districts’ boundaries.
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by andrew capps
November 21, 2019