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1/17/08

First of Two Mayor Roundtable Meetings Today

Mayor David A. Miller is hosting two citizen roundtable meetings in January. The first one is scheduled for Thursday evening.

"The meetings will focus on collaborations and partnerships that work to strengthen our city," said Mayor Miller.

City, county and state affairs are the topic of the first meeting, set for Thursday, January 17 at Monterey High School, 3211 47th Street. Special guests include Senator Robert Duncan, Judge Tom Head, and County Commissioner Patti Jones. District 3 City Councilman Todd R. Klein will also participate.

Higher education opportunities are the topic of the second meeting, set for Tuesday, January 22 at Mae Simmons Community Center, 2004 Oak Avenue.

Special guests include Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance, Lubbock Christian University President Ken Jones, South Plains College President Kelvin Sharp, and Wayland Baptist Dean of the Lubbock Campus David L. Bishop. District 2 City Councilman Floyd Price will also participate.

Both meetings begin at 6 p.m.

Representatives from the City police, fire, codes, streets and park departments also will be available to answer questions from citizens.

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