VISION FOR FUTURE — Graduate architecture students from the University of Louisana-Lafayette last week presented three possible scenarios for the future development of the bayou-side Talley property owned by St. Martinville. The 3-acre site currently includes an RV parking area and is used by several city festivals. From left are UL students Jesus Navarro, Randel Reeves, John Welcher and Garrett Armentor; Mayor Thomas Nelson, Blake Douet with the Main Street Association, and UL architect instructor Ashlie Latiolais.(Henri C. Bienvenu)
Graduate architecture students from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette showcased their ideas for the future development of the city-owned Talley property along Bayou Teche during a gathering of local officials and civic leaders last week.
Mayor Thomas Nelson will vie with challenger Melinda Narcisse “Mel” Mitchell in the May 3 runoff election.
In District 4, interim incumbent Debra Landry, who had three challengers in Saturday’s primary, will go head-to-head with former policeman Nary Smith Sr. in the runoff.
Investigators with the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the person seen in the attached photo.
During the early morning hours of February 27, 2014, the suspect stole a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria from Rainbow Daiquiris located at 1900 Mills Avenue, Breaux Bridge, La.
St. Martinville – Polls are open Saturday to vote for mayor and three of the five members of the City Council.
Candidate for St. Martinville mayor are the incumbent, Thomas Nelson, Bernard J. Mitchell Jr., an administrator in the St. Martin Sheriff’s Office, and Melinda “Mel” Narcisse-Mitchell, a former state worker.
The Town of Arnaudville had to shut-off its entire water system today, due to low water pressure caused by an unforeseeable electrical problem on the water well control system.
Because of the shut-off, the water produced by our water system will be of questionable microbiological quality when water is restored.