Thursday, July 7, 2016

Watch Live Streaming: City Commission Workshop tonight (July 7th)

If you cannot attend tonight's workshop but are interested in what is being addressed here is how you watch from home: At 6:00 use this link and look on right side of the page for "Video/Audio of Public Meetings". If the screen is blank wait a few minutes and try again. It's that easy.

Despite what you may have read or heard, this workshop is not "all about potholes". Here is the City's agenda:

City of Lake Worth
City Commission Work Session
Thursday, July 7th, 6:00 PM
1. Roll Call
2. Pledge of Allegiance: Led by Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell
3. Updates/Future Action/Direction
A. Infrastructure Oversight
4. Adjournment

Executive Brief:
Public Services Staff is working with Community Sustainability’s GIS Division to develop maps for all of the new data. Due to the large scope of work, additional data will be provided prior to the meeting.

Did you know:
It's also about "ROADS AND ALLEYS". . .
. . . sidewalks, conduits, mains (water, sewer, and storm), and other infrastructure too. The City has more than just a "pothole problem".
The reason we have these problems is because "previous commissions have ignored the city's basic needs"; for example, dumping millions of dollars into the failed Casino at the beach:
From an editorial in The Palm Beach Post leading up to the failed LW2020 Bond vote to fix our City's infrastructure. The vote failed by 25 votes. Learn why using this link.