The special briefing on public education is sponsored by the Mississippi Association of Educators and Mayor Jason Shelton.
A work session is scheduled for 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 15, in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall at 71 East Troy St.
The topic of the work session will be a management contract for Azalea Garden.
The regular City Council meeting will follow at 6 p.m. in the same location.
As part of the City of Tupelo Major Thoroughfare Program’s long range transportation planning process, a public survey regarding a variety of transportation related issues has been published in order to solicit and gather critical information from the public about this very important infrastructure system. The resulting information will be utilized during the planning process by our consultant, Civil Link, in order to better ascertain the current impacts (existing conditions, safety concerns, problem areas, pedestrian and alternate transportation, traffic signals, maintenance, etc.) associated with the transportation system within the City of Tupelo.
Please take a few moments to complete the referenced survey so that we may have the aid of your experience as is relates to this issue. Your participation will be very beneficial to this project and the resulting survey data will be instrumental in determining the future of the transportation system within the City of Tupelo through the year 2035.
The online survey is located at the following link: http://civil-link.com/survey/