Mayor David A. Miller will host the first of his Mayor's Round Table public meetings on Thursday, November 29. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. in the Cavazos Middle School library, 210 N. University.
District 1 City Councilwoman Linda DeLeon will attend and Gary Lawrence, Chief Executive Officer of the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA), will be the special guest.
Mr. Lawrence will talk about new jobs and businesses that LEDA has brought to Lubbock as well as what's planned for the future. Also in attendance will be representatives from various City of Lubbock departments, including police, code enforcement, community development, animal services, and streets.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will administer free flu shots to the first 50 adults.
Everyone is encouraged to attend and bring their concerns, questions, and comments to the meeting. City staff will be sitting at different tables, giving attendees the chance to speak to any or all of the staff.
Mayor Miller plans to hold a Mayor's Round Table in each of the six council districts during the next six months.
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