Ask The Mayor: Lafayette's Tony Roswarski On Plans For A New Public Safety Building

Dec 10, 2020

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This week on WBAA’s Ask The Mayor: COVID-19 vaccines are headed to Indiana as the spread of the coronavirus worsens across the state, and as Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the cancellation of non-emergency procedures in hospitals to ease the strain on a stressed healthcare system. What can be done to lower local case counts and rising test positivity rates as the wait for widespread vaccinations begins?

This week in our talk with Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski, we’ll discuss plans for a new public safety building in Lafayette as the city prepares for a public meeting next week to get responses from residents. What’s planned for the new space, and how could community input help to shape the project?

Plus, more on the city's feasibility study on what a two-way Third Street and Fourth Street could look like in downtown Lafayette. And a listener asks about broadband internet access.