Citizens Invited to Discuss Potential Bond Election - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/18/07

Citizens Invited to Discuss Potential Bond Election

Greg Bruce Greg Bruce

Members of ListenLubbock will host a Listening Session at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 19, in the Monterey High School Cafeteria.  The Listening Session will focus on the capital improvement bond authorization projects recently proposed to the Lubbock City Council by the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC).

Listening Stations, each covering a certain area of the proposed projects, will be located throughout the session venue, and participants will be able to offer input or ask questions regarding the relevant project at each Listening Station.

"This type of format really allows for gathering great input and being able to answer any questions participants might have," said Greg Bruce, ListenLubbock chairman.

ListenLubbock is a collaborative group of community organizations, neighborhood associations, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and community leaders. The purpose of ListenLubbock is to facilitate discussion on community issues and build community consensus regarding the City of Lubbock bond recommendations.

Monterey High School is in the geographic center of Lubbock on the northwest corner of 50th Street and Indiana Ave.  The Cafeteria may be accessed by turning north from 50th Street to the south parking lot and entering the south door, where there will be signs directing participants to the Cafeteria.

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