Dozens of Lafayette residents filled a meeting room at the Rosa Parks Transportation Center downtown over the lunch hour — 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to be precise — to offer their input on what they want the Horse Farm to look like when design and construction is complete. “Personally I really was expecting this kind of turnout, but it’s still really impressive to see this much interest in the project, and this is just our first meeting,” Elizabeth “EB” Brooks told us appreciatively. Brooks is the director of planning and development for Lafayette Central Park Inc., the nonprofit created to shepherd the project from pristine 100 acres to premier public green space. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION