A project of a $157,000 in excess revenue in the St. Landry Parish School Board’s 2015-16 budget may be trimmed by $71,000.
The board plans a public hearing on its proposed budget at 4 p.m. Monday at the Supplemental Resource Center, 1013 E. Creswell Lane, Opelousas.
UL Lafayette police are seeking the identify of attempted armed robbery suspects caught in a surveillance camera.
On Wednesday, at approximately 11:23 p.m., UL police responded to an attempted armed robbery at Legacy Park Apartments at 210 Girard Park Circle.
John Ardoin, standing, talks about a proposed policy on annual and sick leave at a meeting of the St. Landry Parish School Board Executive Committee on Monday. Board members, seated at the table, from left, are Candy Gerace, Raymond Cassimere, Albert Hayes, Hazel Sias and Mary Ellen Donatto. Board member Randy Wagley is at right. (Photo by Harlan Kirgan)
The St. Landry Parish School Board is to consider tightening the number of days 12-month employees can accumulate.
The board’s Executive Committee voted Monday to send the question to the board at its Aug. 3 meeting.