In case you missed it, here's what happened last week in Lakeland!
The 100 block of S Kentucky Avenue will be closing for 5 days (September 17-21) for a wastewater construction project. Remember this next week when you're planning a trip to the Kentucky Ave. shops and restaurants!
Welcome to the City of Lakeland team, Gilbert Absolu, Justin Adkins, Patty Allison, Colin Barnes, Dana Barry, David Bibby, Krystal Branch, John Geiger, Cedric Holton, Amanda Kaiser, William Lowe, Issac Martinez,Katrina Mincy, Cortni Murray, Kalei Owens, Tiara Reverdes, Amanda Serkez, Caitlin Smith, James Stephens and Sophia Wilkinson!
Here's to a successful career with the City of Lakeland!
A two-week traffic study began at Lake Morton this week after seven swans and one pedestrian were hit by distracted drivers around Lake Morton within the last month. Five of these swans were killed.
ICYMI, this month's Access Lakeland Live took place LIVE on our Facebook page on Monday, September 10th. (You can join us on the second Monday of each month at 11 AM and be a part of the show by submitting your comments and questions while we're on air!)
Our host (as always) was Director of Communications, Kevin Cook, and our guests this month were:
Guess who stopped by Lakeland on Tuesday? The Today Show's very own Dylan Dryer visited the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) hangar at Lakeland Linder International Airport today to film a live segment regarding The NOAA Hurricane Hunters and their specialized storm/hurricane monitoring equipment.
We still have $100 rebates available for City of Lakeland Water Utility customers who have purchased water-saving toilets! Toilets installed on or after October 2017 qualify for this great offer.
Florida League of Cities, Inc. "appreciates the individual advocacy efforts undertaken by hundreds of Municipal officials throughout the state. Each year, there are always a few who make an extraordinary effort; people who stand out for their high level of participation and effectiveness." Hence, the home rule hero award.
Congratulations, Commissioner Walker!
The City Commission met on Friday for this week's Agenda Study. You can view/download the agenda for the next City Commission Meeting here and join us at 3 PM on Monday, September 17th, 2018 for the next City Commission meeting. Watch live online or on Spectrum 643/FiOS 43.
Here are a few quick recaps of agenda items that will be voted on next week:
As of September 14, 2018