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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