LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY)- Tonight, Lafayette City-Parish Council unanimously passed a resolution expressing opposition to “any possible sale, lease or third-party management” of LUS.
The council’s statement comes weeks after Baton Rouge-based company NextGEN announced that it was withdrawing its proposal to manage a portion of the utility system.
A resolution by the Lafayette Public Utilities Authority expressing its opposition to any possible sale, lease or third party management of the City of Lafayette Utilities System, has PASSED UNANIMOUSLY. Full Council passed a similar resolution 2 weeks ago. @KLFY pic.twitter.com/L1TDiqbJzn— Lester Duhé (@LesterDuhe) November 20, 2018
We’ll have more tonight at 6 p.m.