Faye Lemoine - City of Ville Platte Alderwoman, District A

Faye Lemoine - City of Ville Platte Alderwoman, District A City Alderwoman for District A of the City of Ville Platte. Elected on November 6, 2018 for a four year term beginning January 8, 2019.

Operating as usual

08/23/2020

Good afternoon! Looks like 2020 isn’t finished with us yet. I am sure all of you are aware that there is the potential for 2 hurricanes to hit our area in the coming days. Please prepare your home and property. Pick up branches and any other items that can be picked up by wind. Sand bags are available at the city barn on Hickory St. Good luck to all and praying for minimal action.

07/05/2020

Happy Independence Day! Let’s not take the meaning of this day for granted for one second. God bless America today and every day!

06/17/2020

Please consider this an effort to dispel rumors going around about a rally tomorrow. There is a march beginning at 6:00 at the Media Center and ending at the Court House. The rally will last until 8:30. There are no buses from out of town coming. It is planned as a peaceful candlelight gathering. Let us all pray for peace in our community and country. 🙏🙏

04/12/2020

Wishing everyone a Holy and Happy Easter. May God keep you healthy and safe.🙏🙏🙏

03/17/2020

I have no words of wisdom in this crisis we are all experiencing. I only hope that you are being smart and taking care of yourselves. You have all heard what to do to stay safe. Check on the elderly. And most of all PRAY. God is listening.🙏🙏😘😘

01/11/2020

Everyone OK out there???

12/21/2019

Merry Christmas to everyone! May God bless you at this special time of year!

11/27/2019

Happy Thanksgiving to all! Don’t forget to count your blessings!

11/03/2019

Kudos to the Evangeline Art Association for a wonderful night of fun and friendship! Thanks to all the sponsors that made the street dance possible. Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys were awesome as usual. The event was a huge success! You guys know how to plan an event! Can’t wait til the next one!!!!

10/12/2019

Today is a very special day. Do not take it for granted. Many people have died to give you the privilege of voting. Let your voice be heard! Go vote!!

I had the pleasure of attending the Bras on the Bayou cancer fund raiser Monday night. What a huge success! And so much ...
10/10/2019

I had the pleasure of attending the Bras on the Bayou cancer fund raiser Monday night. What a huge success! And so much fun! Congratulations to Connie Lamke and her team!

07/11/2019

It looks like we are in for another assault by Mother Nature. This time we do have time to prepare. Please do whatever you can to help prevent or lessen damage by wind or flooding water. Pick up loose branches that are in the ditch near your home. Move them where they can’t blow into your windows or stop up the ditch. Everyone needs to be aware of everything that can be picked up and blown by hurricane force winds. Sandbags are available at the City Barn on Hickory. Take care of the elderly. Make sure they have food and water and if possible aren’t left alone. Order meds. These are just a few suggestions that might help. Good luck and God bless you!

07/04/2019

Congratulations to Paul’s Meat Market! Awesome show!

07/04/2019

Happy Independence Day! God Bless America!!

06/08/2019

Please let me know if you had any issues with the recent rain storm that flooded parts of the city. Thank you

Welcome SouthStar Urgent Care! What beautiful building and such warm welcoming employees! You are a wonderful asset to o...
05/30/2019

Welcome SouthStar Urgent Care! What beautiful building and such warm welcoming employees! You are a wonderful asset to our community.

05/26/2019

I feel an apology is owed to the residents and business owners of our city. Clearly this ordinance raising utility rates is too much too soon. Hopefully we can come to a consensus that allows the city to function properly and not abuse anyone.

05/19/2019

Praying for a quick recovery and thankful that there were no fatalities. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to help you in any way. God Bless VP!!

05/18/2019

Smoked Meat Festival opening ceremony today. Thank you to all Vets!

More photos from UL presentations. I had the pleasure of sharing this evening with both my grandson, Wyatt Savant, repre...
05/12/2019

More photos from UL presentations. I had the pleasure of sharing this evening with both my grandson, Wyatt Savant, representing Phil Lemoine candidate for State Representative and my brother in law Donald Bergeron with the Evangeline Parish Police Jury. Really cool having family share in these activities.

I had the pleasure of attending the presentations by the UL group of Grad students that are working on Project Engage. T...
05/09/2019

I had the pleasure of attending the presentations by the UL group of Grad students that are working on Project Engage. They were here several months ago for our town hall meetings. They have gathered information and come up with excellent ideas for economic growth, revitalizing downtown, and promoting our town and parish. We are so fortunate to have them as a invaluable resource. Thank you!!!

Ville Platte Gazette
03/30/2019

Ville Platte Gazette

Volunteers were hard at work this morning for the second City of Ville Platte clean up day.

02/11/2019
02/09/2019

What an exciting afternoon! Attended meetings at the library and Civic Center sponsored by the Evangeline Chamber of Commerce and the Evangeline Foundation . The MBA students and Dr. Geoff Stewart of UL helped us assess the strengths and weaknesses of our industrial potential, tourism potential and the Main Street Project. All of it together is called Project Engage. I urge you, if you care about improving our city to please attend and make your voice heard. The more people are involved, the better chance of success.

Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI
02/05/2019

Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI

The Evangeline Parish Police Jury met Monday evening with a full house. Several Ville Platte City council members and Mayor Jennifer Vidrine addressed the police jury with issues of blighted properties and drainage. Regarding the issue of blighted properties, police jury secretary treasurer Donald Bergeron said they had budgeted $60,000 for the clean up of blighted properties and have successfully cleared two houses this past week. He said the process is to start with the worst houses that pose a public risk. Some of the houses are owned by the police jury, but some are privately owned. Mayor Vidrine said the city of Ville Platte is also in the process of tearing down blighted properties, and they have found that 53 of them belong to the police jury. She said the city is getting blamed for the properties that they cannot touch because they belong to the jury. Bergeron said, “At least 95% of these homes did not come to us in great shape.” The police jury and the City of Ville Platte came to an agreement that, going forward, the jury would report every quarter period on the number of blighted properties demolished, starting with the properties that post the greatest public risk.
The next issue on the agenda was the subject of drainage, and the city council members remained to discuss drainage issues in the city of Ville Platte. Mayor Vidrine said the city needs help from the police jury to clean the city’s canals. She said they do not understand why the police jury cannot clean the canals, especially since the last elecetion saw an amendment pass that allows political subdivisions to loan equipment to one another. Police Jury president Ryan Leday Williams said he’s in favor of doing anything to help in his district. Councilman Bryant Riggs said the top two issues he hears from the public are blighted properties and drainage. Mayor Vidrine stressed that the city and the police jury can work together to get this issue solved. Jury members said part of the problem is that, with the machine they have, they would have to break the concrete in the canals, and it could affect some property owners’ fences. For a few moments the jury and the council members, and even audience members tried talking over one another. Jury president Williams banged his gavel when the cacaphony had reached its crescendo. Williams brought everyone back on topic and said another potential problem with helping the city with drainage is the wait time when it comes to equipment floating through the districts. He said he might not get the equipment for another several months in his district, and then he has projects on the line. Mayor Vidrine asked that the city canals be added to the wait list

I had the pleasure of attending the ribbon cuttings for two new businesses in the past two days. Welcome to Ville Platte...
02/02/2019

I had the pleasure of attending the ribbon cuttings for two new businesses in the past two days. Welcome to Ville Platte! Best of luck to you all!

Official swearing in ceremony on January 8, 2019. First meeting as an elected official.
01/09/2019

Official swearing in ceremony on January 8, 2019. First meeting as an elected official.

Official swearing in ceremony on January 8, 2019. First meeting as an elected official.

12/24/2018

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I will be sworn in on January 8th at 4:00 before the regular CC meeting. From then on I am at your service ! Thank you again for this opportunity for a new chapter in my life. I promise to make you proud.

11/12/2018

Thank you everyone for all of your kind words and good wishes. I appreciate each and every one.

11/07/2018
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I’m happy to announce that I have officially been elected to the office of Alderman for...
11/07/2018

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I’m happy to announce that I have officially been elected to the office of Alderman for District A of the City of Ville Platte. Thank you for your support! Let’s get the job done!

11/06/2018

Today is the day! Please vote!

11/06/2018

Tomorrow is Election Day!! Please Vote!
And if possible, vote for me! #97

Just a reminder- early voting begins tomorrow October 23rd through October 30th. Please exercise your right to vote!
10/22/2018

Just a reminder- early voting begins tomorrow October 23rd through October 30th. Please exercise your right to vote!

Photos from last night’s Meet the Candidates political rally.
10/18/2018

Photos from last night’s Meet the Candidates political rally.

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I wish you the best of luck with your campaign and I hope it's a huge success!!
Faye is the way!
Team Faye Lemoine all the way.