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August 3, 2014

Three Town Hall Meetings scheduled

Three City Councilors will host town hall meetings this week.

Ward 1 Councilor Kip McNeil will host a meeting on Tuesday, August 5,  at 6:00 p.m.  at Outlaw field Airport. He will discuss topics coming  up for vote at Thursday’s regular City Council session.

Ward 11 CoucnilorKaye Jones will hold her  monthly Town Hall meeting on Monday, August 4, at 6:30 pm at 2215 Madison St. in the Gas & Water Administration Building to discuss the upcoming council meeting. She reminds constituents that she has submitted  the following issues to city  departments for action:

  • Drains that need cleaned on Allenwood Dr, Lydia and West Park drives, Drain repair on Stonegate Dr., Drain issues on Kimbrough and Kimbrough Ct., Drain on Wingate Dr. that needs attention, Drain issue on Clearview Dr. North.
  • Missing Stop sign, red top fire hydrant to be upgraded, Neighborhood Watch stickers that were requested by homeowner, tagged AT&T box that had graffiti that was offensive , tagged stop sign at Allendale and Memorial,
  • Issue of dying trees at Georgetown Rd. power station, third set of trees planted are dying.
  • Various unsightly yards or lots that need mowed or cleaned.

Ward 2 Councilor Deanna McLaughlin will host a town hall meeting on Tuesday August 5, from 6-7 p.m.  at the Kleeman Community Center at 166 Cunningham Lane to discuss the upcoming city council agenda and any other items her constituents would like to address.


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