Lafayette City Council Picks Wei-Tai Kwok to Fill Vacant Council SeatAt its meeting Tuesday night, the Lafayette City Council tapped Wei-Tai Kwok to be the newest member of the council in a 3-1 vote, with Mayor Susan Candell dissenting.
Lafayette City Council Announces Process to Replace Member Who ResignedThe Lafayette City Council announced a search for a new member to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Cameron Burks, who left the council on June 29 for family reasons with more than three years left on his term.
Lafayette City Councilman Steps Down Months After Being Re-ElectedJust months after he was re-elected, Lafayette City Councilman Cameron Burks resigned, with more than three years to go on his term.
Wildfire Season: Lafayette City Council To Hold Special Meeting On Wildfire ResponseThe Lafayette City Council announced Thursday that its holding a special meeting next week to discuss the early-arriving 2021 fire season.
Lafayette City Council Votes To Ask Caltrans, CHP To Stop Trump Supporters From Hanging Banners, Flags Over Highway 24The city of Lafayette has approved a resolution asking for more law enforcement assistance at a weekly pro-President Trump demonstration along a Highway 24 overpass.
Lafayette City Council Approves Lawsuit Against PG&E Over Tree RemovalThe Lafayette City Council agreed Thursday to sue Pacific Gas & Electric over an agreement to remove a group of trees, city officials said.
Late Night City Council Vote Approves Controversial Terraces Of Lafayette Apartment ProjectAfter 9 1/2 years of plans and revisions, dozens of contentious public meetings, a ballot measure and threats of lawsuits, the controversial 315-unit Terraces of Lafayette apartment project was approved early Tuesday morning by the Lafayette City Council.
Lafayette City: Council To Discuss Plan To Save Park TheaterThe Lafayette City Council will discuss a proposal Monday night that could help save the historic Park Theater in the downtown area, and allow a developer to build an apartment building nearby.
Lafayette City Council To Discuss Land Where Controversial Memorial SitsThe battle over the fate of an East Bay war memorial could be decided Monday night as the Lafayette City Council discusses the land where the more than 4,000 crosses near the BART station are on display.