City of Clovis Mayor Lansford, District 4 Commissioners Chris Bryant and Tom Martin, together with Clovis’ new City Manager Larry Fry, will be holding a Town Hall for District 4 and area residents at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 28th at the Kingswood Methodist Church located at 2600 N. Main Street in Clovis.
As well as the Clovis Police Department giving a presentation regarding the availability of the Neighborhood Watch program in the community, the town hall meeting is also an opportunity for district 4 residents to interact with their commissioners to learn more and ask questions regarding projects the city is currently undertaking in district 4 or elsewhere in the city.
“We would like to invite our district 4 constituents to come and meet with us to share any questions they may have and discuss any concerns regarding matters effecting them in District 4, or the community as a whole,” advised Commissioner Chris Bryant. “We are here to represent the public and would like to ensure their municipal needs are being met.”
“As a relatively new commissioner, I would like to meet with our district 4 constituents to obtain their input regarding the work we are doing for them and to discuss their recommendations for future municipal projects,” advised Commissioner Tom Martin. “As a representative of the residents of district 4 it is important for us to let the public know that we are there for them to provide answers to the questions they have.”
Commissioner Chris Bryant: 575-799-3261
Commissioner Tom Martin: 575-760-8989
To meet EPA requirements, EPCOR Water will be flushing a well behind James Bickley at Mitchell and Purdue streets for twenty-four hours, beginning at noon, April 23rd, 2015. The water will be running along Mitchell Street towards 21st Street and into Green Acres Lake.
For questions regarding this matter, please contact EPCOR at (575) 763-5536.