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The Capital Projects Advisory Committee is holding two identical Town Hall meetings to share information on the work the members have been conducting in anticipation of a bond election set for November.
The Town Hall meetings are set for Saturday, April 22 starting at 9:30 a.m. and Tuesday, April 25 starting at 6:30 p.m. Both meetings are scheduled for the City Council Chambers. The first half-hour of the meetings will provide opportunities for residents to interact with staff and CPAC members in an informal exhibit format.
Plans call for tables, personnel and exhibits to be set up in the City Hall entry lobby highlighting the five areas of concentration for the proposed bonds. These include: Public Safety, Parks and Recreation, Sustainment and Technological Initiatives, Infrastructure, and Roads.
The 30-minute exhibit period will be followed by a presentation by the Committee inside the Council Chambers, and conclude with a question and answer session. During the presentation, a review of how citizens can communicate with the CPAC will be shared.