Urbana council to discuss priorities for coming years

URBANA — City council members will meet in a special session Monday night to discuss their priorities for the next few years, and they are hoping the public will help them sort it out.

The Urbana City Council will meet in what is expected to be an informal meeting to discuss their goals at 6 p.m. today in the Urbana City Building, 400 S. Vine St.

City officials are expected to open the session with a budget overview and a summary of their previous goals and what has been accomplished.

They will then present a proposed list of new goals and survey questions.

They have allotted 40 minutes for public input on their proposals and 25 minutes after that for city council discussion.

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ROB McCOLLEY wrote on September 30, 2013 at 4:09 pm
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Some members of the council are interested in opinions from constituents. But we know who isn't.