According to district officials, the meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. May 30 in the auditorium at Vandegrift High School, 9500 McNeil Drive, in Austin.
District officials will address the history of the construction of the two campuses, safety concerns and traffic congestion in the area, as well as how members of the public can assist in a social media campaign to obtain federal approval for the road project, according to a district press release.
“We feel like this is an incredibly important safety issue to get a second road built in the Four Points, Vandegrift area, both for our schools as well as the community,” said Superintendent Dan Troxell. “It’s going to take some assistance from our community with the federal government.”
For those unable to attend the forum, Troxell said it will be videotaped and will detail how people can engage with federal senators and congressmen to inform them of LISD’s efforts.
For more information, call LISD’s administration office at 512-570-0000 or visit www.leanderisd.org.