In case you missed it, here's what happened last week in Lakeland!
We launched a new tool this week: Citizen Perspectives. Citizen Perspectives is an innovative new tool designed to engage helpful community participation into the City's decision-making process.
A number of incidents have happened on Lake Morton Drive over the past several weeks involving distracted drivers. The City of Lakeland is seeking opinions on Lake Morton Drive safety enhancements.
As a first step in making Lake Morton Drive safer for wildlife and pedestrians, the City of Lakeland will soon be installing new 20 MPH speed limit signs along Lake Morton Drive.
If you notice a lot of activity at Lake Wire in October, here's what's happening: The City of Lakeland will be executing an aquatic plant harvesting project for hydrilla on Lake Wire beginning October 8, 2018. Hydrilla is a submersed, invasive aquatic plant that grows very rapidly and can crowd out beneficial native plants if not managed.
Last Saturday and again on Tuesday, Mayor Mutz hosted the second part in his Economic Inclusion Summit series. Current and prospective business owners, entrepreneurs and dreamers were invited to have their voices heard in this public listening session designed to address the hard work that is necessary to level the economic playing field in Lakeland.
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.
The City Commission met on Friday for this week's Agenda Study. You can view/download the agenda and join us at 3 PM on Monday, October 1st, 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 28, 2018