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  1. Chickens

    Allowing one of two chickens in people's home backyards would be beneficial in many ways. Limiting the number (maybe 2-4?) would insure containment. No roosters would keep noise down. Most progressive...

    Aug 7, 2016 by eggs for lafayette (5 points)

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  2. They should have recycling for apartments

    Currently, only single households have recycling pick up, and apartments and multi-unit rentals don't. However, many people in apartments want to recycle, and having recycling bins and pick ups for...

    Jun 9, 2016 by Julia Thompson (5 points)

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  3. Improve bike lanes throughout the city

    Improve bike lanes throughout the city, particularly in high commuter areas to reduce auto pollution, increase community exercise, and to offer safer travel for cyclists.

    Jul 14, 2016 by Alexander Colbow (8 points)

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    they smoke stupid spice... makes your brain bleed... NO NO NO

    Mar 14, 2018 by n/a n/a (5 points)

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  5. crime

    Take a look at the removal of the nativity scene - 10 commandments from the courthouse lawn to the spike in our city's crime, Violent crime rate in 2013 Lafayette: 306.4 U.S. Average: 203.3 ...

    Feb 17, 2016 by Jon Stacey Sr (5 points)

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  6. Additional Parking Urgently Needed!

    I have moved to the downtown area recently and, to my dismay, discovered that it is impossible to sign up for permanent parking in any of the existing structures. They are all fully booked. Nor do...

    Sep 1, 2017 by J. G. (5 points)

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    I appreciate the City of Lafayette and am so thankful for all you do.

    Jul 29, 2016 by Penny Herbert (5 points)

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  8. Having landlords use containers when they empty rental property

    When landlords empty their rental property, it is currently acceptable practices to pile it all on the property, (or wherever it lands). I feel that they landlords should be required to hire a hauling...

    Aug 16, 2016 by Kevin Osborn (5 points)

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  9. Missing sidewalks/ walking paths within city limits

    It would be great to see Lafayette build decent sidewalks/walking/cycling paths within city limits. I drive along SR-38/Main St every morning and see a lot of people walking in the grass and/or...

    Mar 24, 2023 by Allison Lapcheska (5 points)

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  10. Traffic Cams.

    With all the accidents and running of red lights I have seen on the stretch of road between sagamore parkway and 65, maybe there should be traffic cams. This would help police, insurance companies,...

    Jul 17, 2017 by Dawn Davis (5 points)

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  11. State Insect election Campaign

    The city of Lafayette and our sister city West Lafayette, through the direction of city council will create a committee to introduce local legislation to accomplish electing the insect for the Great...

    Jan 18, 2018 by beachbarn (10 points)

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  12. Go Green in the Home

    Tips for improving compliance with the green initiative in the home. For example, Earth Breeze is a completely dissolvable, laundry detergent sheet. They come in your mailbox in a biodegradable...

    Apr 23, 2021 by Sustainability (7 points)

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  13. Extend the Lafayette Linear Park trail

    There is currently a bike path that runs from Beck Lane (East of Durco Drive) to 18th Street (N of Normandy drive) in the place of an abandoned rail line. That same siding space continues to the...

    Jan 10, 2020 by Oesten Nelson (5 points)

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  14. How%20do%20I%20find%20out%20what%20the%20city%20codes%20are

    I think when a litter is sent out saying that someone's property is against city codes, we should know the number of the code it is violating.

    Apr 3, 2020 by Christina LeFevre (5 points)

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  15. Create more recreational activities for adults

    There is a lack of recreational activities for adults. After doing research I have discovered multiple slow pitch softball leagues and basketball leagues but I believe we need to add adult flag...

    May 1, 2017 by Cshaw79 (5 points)

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  16. Upgrade Kennedy Park in south Lafayette

    I would like to suggest an upgrade to Kennedy Park on Sequoya Drive in Lafayette. As it sits, there have been no upgrades since the 80's. I would suggest a playground, a swingset, tables/benches,...

    Mar 9, 2016 by Angel Hampton Slate (5 points)

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  17. too many road constructions going at one time

    It would be nice if only a very few road projects were going on at a time. It is a real hassle going anywhere in Lafayette. How long is the mess going to go on?

    May 6, 2016 by Linda Huddleston-Head (5 points)

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  18. Adult swim times at Tropicanoe

    I love the water walking programs, but we cannot actually swim in the pools. Many times, I wish I could go to the pool, but there are so many children around, it gets chaotic and it's not the...

    Aug 3, 2016 by Sandra Wood (5 points)

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  19. Exposing Crisis home fraud

    I only came to Lafayette for a very short period . To get my life together after a couple of years of dealing with work place violence Traveling the Us and some sex trafficking issues. I was taken...

    Feb 9, 2022 by Dana M Lockhart (7 points)

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  20. Playground in Central Neighborhood

    The central, highland park, and Wallace triangle neighborhoods are a playground desert. With all the new families moving to the area, rising home prices, and new commercial development, playgrounds...

    Jun 9, 2022 by Andrew Flachs (8 points)

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  21. Assist the National Down Syndrome annual fund

    Address the City Council Of Lafayette in assisting in the national down syndrome fund by 300 million annual, necessity.

    Jan 18, 2018 by beachbarn (10 points)

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  22. A running track/ outdoor archery

    I think having a public outdoor track/archery field would be good for the community, for those who love to run or need to run or just want to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow. It would hopefully...

    Jun 11, 2023 by Josh w (5 points)

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