Have your say

The Rossland city council is looking for public input on city priorities for the next three years.

The Rossland city council will host a public input session at the Miners Hall on Thursday, September 17.

City council is entering into a strategic planning session to set priorities and goals for the next three years, and its looking for public input on what they should be.

Rosslanders can drop by between 4 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. to review what the new city council has done during its first year, and make suggestions on what they’d like to see happen over the next three years.

At 7 p.m. there will be a presentation, and residents will have the chance to speak one-on-one with a councillor.

There will be beverages and free pizza snacks after 7 p.m. as well.

For those who’d like to prepare their ideas in advance or who can’t make it to the meeting, there’s a sheet where you can fill out your ideas available on the city’s website. You can either fill it out and bring it with you, drop it off at City Hall or email it to mayor@rossland.ca.

Council has also prepared a document that identifies its short-term priorities, and potential long-term issues, which will be made available in advance at rossland.ca and in hard copy at City Hall on Thursday.

 

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