Lafayette (LA) Officials Considering $1.25m for Fire Station

Lafayette officials are considering increased funding for a new fire station, reports Daily Advertiser.

Lafayette Consolidated Government has budgeted $1.7 million to replace the old fire station. The administration is asking the City Council to consider plans to set aside $1.25 million for additional funding to complete the project. If the City Council agrees, the decision will go for a final vote on June 15.

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