Milton GA is rolling out a draft of its three year Strategic Plan and invites residents of the city to attend a meeting at Milton’s City Hall (City Council Chambers Suite 107E) on Thursday, April 28, from 7 to 8:15pm. At this meeting, the public is encouraged to provide input on the plan. The plan so far has been fashioned by Milton city staff and small groups of citizens representing Milton’s equestrian, residential and educational communities.
According to Milton Communications Manager Jason Wright, the meeting will occur just after another public meeting, an open house to discuss improvements to the Hopewell, Francis and Cogburn Roads intersection, which runs from 5 to 7pm in the Milton Executive Conference Room (Suite 107G). Both meetings are at City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Pkwy.
Milton City Manager Chris Lagerbloom has been leading a 15 member work group to develop the plan. According to Lagerbloom, the plan includes “the overall vision, mission and strategies of what we would like to accomplish for our community over the next three years. The input we receive will serve as a road map for our priorities, infrastructure decisions, approach to growth and the services and programs offered to our community by city government.”
Lagerbloom said at the meeting residents will be asked to review the draft Strategic Plan to ensure it captures the spirit of what is important to Milton. It will be moderated by a group of Milton staffers, resident representatives and consultants brought in for this project. Similar, smaller focus meetings have been and are being held for Milton’s equestrian community and parent-teacher and homeowners’ associations.”We want to know: Is the plan on track? Is it missing anything? What additional ideas do you have for moving forward?” said the City Manager. “Your participation will be a key factor in the success of this Strategic Plan designed to create that shared vision for the future.”
Plan to attend this meeting if you want to know what Milton will be prioritizing short-term and/or if you have suggestions or questions about the plan.