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Public Input Sought for Horse Farm

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After years of groundwork to transform one hundred acres into a public park residents will soon be able to voice their opinion on the Horse Farm. 

Last year, the city-parish council approved the purchase the property to create a new central park. Last week, the community foundation of Acadiana announced the creation of a new, nonprofit group to raise money and oversee

It's development and long-term management. 

Lafayette Central Park will lease the property from city-parish government. The central park board envisions several opportunities for public input in the future.

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