LUFKIN, Texas (KTRE) - On Tuesday, The Lufkin city council held a meeting where they continued the discussion of the Capital Improvement Plan. The main focus of the conversation was the need to create a detailed list of the projects that the city plans to do.
“It went exactly how we wanted it to. There was a discussion about the projects that we have proposed and laid before the city council members,” said Jason Arnold, Lufkin’s assistant city manager. “They gave us some really good insights and good feedback. This is feedback that they have been getting back from the community and from the areas that they represent.”
Moving forward, the order of importance for the different project ideas for the community, reasonings, behind the proposals and budget requirements will topics of discussion.
“We’re going to be able to take that advice, those opinions and that feedback,” Arnold said. “We’re going to be able to just kind of refocus and refine that proposal and give it back to them in a couple of weeks. Going to give them something we feel like they are going to be very happy with."
Further discussion of the capital improvement plan for 2020 will be addressed at Lufkin City Hall in the upcoming weeks.