Input from these sessions will help the city determine what types of improvements need to be made and strategies to make those improvements that have been deemed a priority.
Green3 is working with the city in these networking sessions to prepare a comprehensive plan. A grant from the Office and Community and Rural Affairs will be used to help fund this process.
In a previous meeting, officials toured the city and highlighted the downtown area as a possible revitalization area. The group pointed out the city’s assets which include the parks, community center, rural living and leadership in the community.
A clean, safe and practical area in which to live is envisioned along with having trustworthy, stable services available of which to be proud.
One session is scheduled at 3 p.m. on Wednesday and another at 6 p.m. CT in the executive room in the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center in Knox.