LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - "(The proposal outlines) where you put the neighborhood center, where will you put a grocery store, where will you put a health clinic, and also we are going have housing, economic development. Different things for the community that's not easily accessible to people that's in North Lufkin." said Robert Shankle, the president of Impact Lufkin.
Shankle also said this will be first of many community talks to get input on the plot. Impact Lufkin said the 170-acre plot cost $935,000.
Community talks happen once a month.