We could be next: A recent decision made by the North Carolina State Court states that waste from coal-fired electric power plants is to be treated as hazardous waste and disposed of as such. This [Click to Read More]
If you could not attend the meeting, please click the links below to view video coverage of the entire event. A printed summary of the event may be downloaded by clicking the link below. [Click to Read More]
The meeting was a great success with over 200 in attendance. Changes that will make a difference for citizens of Acadiana are already in the making. Stay tuned for further announcements. Please consider [Click to Read More]
If you missed this meeting, you can watch the entire presentation here. Or, you can visit our YouTube channel: Lafayette Sierra Club.
CONTAMINATION DETECTED IN LUS WATER WELLS OPEN PUBLIC MEETING TAKES A TURN OPEN PUBLIC MEETING DOWNTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY Thursday, January 19, 2017 @ 6:30 P.M. CONTAMINATION DETECTED IN LUS WATER WELLS We [Click to Read More]
The next meeting concerning I-49 will be held at the main branch of the Lafayette Public Library, in the 2nd floor conference room. 6:00 P.M. Downtown Library Let Your Voice be HEARD Open Mic forum, [Click to Read More]
At the Sierra Club’s first Y-49? meeting, held at the Lafayette Public Library’s meeting room on December 3, 2015, various interested parties offered opening comments. Below is video footage for each of the invited parties. [Click to Read More]