Mayor Calls Strategic Planning Conference A Success - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/30/06

Mayor Calls Strategic Planning Conference A Success

Mayor David Miller's two day strategic planning conference came to an end Friday night in Post.

NewsChannel 11 caught up with city and community leaders participating in the event Friday afternoon. Mayor Miller says the idea is not new. He says it is just a way to help point the city in the right direction when it comes to the city's needs versus the wants of residents. Miller says it also shows former city leaders were on track when they were planning the future.

"They were right on target, back in the 70's, 80's 90's and we have books from the 40's. So, what we're doing is not new, but we are reaffirming that we're right on target and that's how you finely tune and strategically plan your approach to get the results you want," he says.

Mayor Miller tells us the group has developed rough drafts of both a mission statement and vision statement for the city.

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