The device is about the size of a TV remote, has numbered or lettered buttons and Lafayette residents are using it to decide the future of one of Lafayette’s biggest park areas. The voting device allows the person holding it to weigh in about what the park at the Horse Farm property in central Lafayette should look like when it is eventually created on land off Johnston Street. They also get to vote on what activities the park should offer, from festivals, petting zoos and dancing to yoga, butterfly gardens and stargazing.