Eunice Economic Development Board

Board meets on the first and third Thursday of each month.

The Eunice Economic Development Board was created in November 2007 by city appointment. The original board consisted of 12 members. The original members included: Anthony Baltakis, Clifton Clause, Andre Soileau, David Lance Pitre, Margaretta Frey, LeeEdwards, Johnny Reed, David Papillion, Fred Landry, John Guillory, James Bergeron, Jr., and Tom Dischler.

Created and presented an economic devolopment plan before the mayor and city council seeking the city's directive as to which aspects of the plan needed attention.

Since inception, it has been the goal of the board, with the assistance of the City and the Chamber of Commerce, to promote our City for economic growth and to retain the wonderful businesses that have made Eunice home. This goal is to be acheived while keeping in mind our desire to maintain our unique identity as a superb small town in Acadiana.

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  • Jack D. Miller's Photos

  • Timeline PhotosMARK YOUR CALENDARS PEOPLE! — with Haidee DeRouen Artwork and 8 others.

  • NesbittFrom Joan McManus, Eunice Main Street Manager: IS PARKING A PROBLEM IN OUR HISTORIC CITY? have you noticed a lack of available parking spots in our historic district for CUSTOMERS? It may be due to business owners, store owners, and employees parking where customers would normally park. Please be aware of the customers of your neighbors and leave places for them to park as well -"With spirit of cooperation and a good neighbor attitude, we can all prevail and end up with a win-win situation" As you know, there is adequate parking on 3rd Street and along Park Avenue, as well as three city-owned parking lots in our downtown area. Thanks for your cooperation. (May 8, 2013)

  • The Leader in Me process helps develop the essential life skills and characteristics students need in order to thrive in the 21st century. The process is designed to be integrated into a school’s core curriculum and everyday language so that it isn’t one more thing teachers and administrators have to do. It becomes part of the culture, gaining momentum and producing improved results year after year, benefiting schools and students. Attached is an event invitation to learn more about the program and process. Please share with your local Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, schools, or anyone that may have an interest in learning about “Leader in Me.” Thank you! Judy C. Meche

  • Patient satisfaction vs government mandate vs patient's best interest -> an interesting 3-way dance we are engaged in.Patient Satisfaction and Quality of Care: Are They Linked?: They Can't Always Get What They Wantwww.medscape.comTwo years after the study that fueled the debate on patient satisfaction, quality of care, and outcomes, Medscape speaks with the investigator about results and subsequent research.

  • Important memo for upcoming meeting.


  • Symphony Wows Audiences With Radio Hits | | The Eunice News, Eunice, La.www.eunicetoday.comEunice Symphony Wows Audiences With Radio HitsWed, 2014-04-09 14:38Todd ElliottBy Todd C. Elliotttodd.elliott@eunicetoday.comThe sound of any city is not in its loud daytime traffic or night time sirens. And only when those sounds become song, can that society, or city, hear what it truly sounds lik...

  • Saturday, APRIL 12, 2014, the weekly "Rendez-vous des Cajuns" Music Show will celebrate a very special birthday, Cajun Music Legend DL MENARD'S 82nd birthday (on April 14) with a performance by MR. DL MENARD AND THE JAMBALAYA CAJUN BAND. The "Rendez-vous des Cajuns" show is performed live every Saturday night at the historic Liberty Theater in downtown Eunice, LA. Best described as the "Cajun Grand Old Opry" the family-friendly show features an emcee who hosts the show in Cajun French and a dance floor where people can dance to the music of Cajun bands performing live in the restored 1924 Vaudeville house. Tickets go on sale every Saturday at 4:00 PM at the ticket window of the Liberty Theater. Tickets are $5.00 and it is general admission seating in the Theater. The show starts at 6:00 PM. AND, every Saturday in Eunice, LA, within a one block area of the Liberty Theater, visit the Eunice Depot Museum, and the Cajun Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the JEAN LAFITTE PRAIRIE ACADIAN CULTURAL CENTER will feature the following events: 3:00 PM: Cajun Music Jam 4:00 PM: Food presentation For more information call (Monday thru Friday) 337-457-7389 or go to Photos courtesy of David Simpson

  • Guest at last meeting. Very informative.

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