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Published on July 22nd, 2020
Lafayette mayor to retire from council in November
Lafayette's current longest-serving city council member has announced that he will not be running for re-election this November.
Mayor Mike Anderson made his intention clear at the July ...
By Pippa Fisher


Published on July 22nd, 2020
2020 Art and Wine Festival canceled
Although it was probably inevitable, it ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on July 22nd, 2020
Schools to reopen online; different hybrid models may follow
The recent spike of COVID-19 cases in Contra ...By Sophie Braccini


Published on July 8th, 2020
Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police



Published on July 8th, 2020
City works with PG&E to keep lights on at resource center during power shutoffs
The council voted unanimously to work in partnership with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. to provide a community resource center for use by residents in any upcoming Public Safety Power Shutoff events during this year's fire season, subject to further negotiation on the ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on July 8th, 2020
Cost of Lafayette Police Department scrutinized at council meeting
With the city of Lafayette projecting a $1.5 million operating loss in the next fiscal year, an 11% increase in year-over-year spending for the city police department came under fire at the June 22 City Council meeting. Questions on the rise in police expenditures came ...By Nick Marnell


Published on July 8th, 2020
Planning commission approves Terraces, but saga far from over
With evident reluctance voiced by several commissioners, the planning commission voted 5-2 to approve the controversial 315-unit Terraces apartment complex, which is expected to be escalated to the Lafayette City Council on appeal during the next 14-day period.
By Pippa Fisher


Published on July 8th, 2020
Lafayette forms task force; needs community engagement to address systemic racism in city
Unanimously supported by the Lafayette City Council, three council members held their first task force meeting to brainstorm vision, objectives and to identify strategies to address equity in the city. It quickly became apparent that in order for that to happen and to ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on June 24th, 2020
Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police



Published on June 24th, 2020
Lafayette starts conversation about racism
The city of Lafayette is opening dialogue to address racism within the community and among the first steps was a public safety subcommittee meeting attended by several dozen residents to hear the police response to the hundreds of community emails and questions about ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on June 24th, 2020
Planning Commission vote on Terraces pushed back again
The continuation of a very long May 18 ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on June 24th, 2020
Embracing European-style street dining in COVID era
The Lafayette City Council unanimously backed plans aimed at helping the city's restaurants stay afloat, with a multi-phase approach to expand outdoor dining options.
Following a ...
By Pippa Fisher


Published on June 10th, 2020
Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police



Published on June 10th, 2020
Lafayette teacher a finalist for County Teacher of the Year
A Lafayette teacher has made it into the final four under consideration for a top educator award.
In late May the Contra Costa County 2020-21 Teacher of the Year nominations were ...
By Pippa Fisher


Published on June 10th, 2020
Car rally celebrates graduates
Horns were blaring, and people, social distance-appropriately spaced out, were cheering as the Acalanes High School graduates of 2020 drove through the center of Lafayette May 29 proving indeed that "Community Can't be Canceled." ...By Pippa Fisher



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