LCG dealing with $28 million budget shortfall

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Lafayette Consolidated Government is trying to figure out how to make its budget for the next fiscal year, starting November 1st. Current projections have the city at a $28 million deficit, due to a carry over deficit from the previous administration, and low tax revenues due to the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. News 10’s Mark Rigsby talked to Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory about the budget.

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