The City of Twentynine Palms is seeking public input on local access to food, housing, and other quality-of-life markers at a meeting held in Twentynine Palms on Wednesday, January 12, from 5-7 p.m. increase.
The conference will also focus on the local availability of education, healthcare, transportation and public services. All information, experiences and recommendations will be recorded and carefully considered as part of the draft General Plan Elements.
Mayor McArthur List said the city “looks forward to hearing from residents on these important issues as we continue to promote safe and healthy communities for all.”
After passing a Fall 2021 resolution condemning racism and xenophobia, the city established a General Planning Advisory Board to guide the development of the new Element. In addition to her two public workshops held this summer, the committee recommended holding public meetings to gather additional community input.
A city master plan is a policy document that establishes a long-term vision and consistent direction for the city’s policies and future development.
For more information, contact Mayor Frank Luckino. Phone numbers and email addresses are listed in the article on z1077fm.com.
760-367-6799 ext. 1004 or [email protected]