City accepting questions for Thursday's town hall meeting

Residents will have an opportunity to learn more about Plano's plans for street improvements and the status of the city's water system during a town hall meeting from 7-8 p.m. on May 28 at the Plano Municipal Center.

Plano residents may attend the town hall meeting in person or follow the conversation online via social media or participate by phone. Residents can also participate by listening in and asking questions over telephone.

“We have received feedback from many residents with their concerns on future water updates along with strenghthening our street infrastructure” City Manager Bruce Glasscock said in a release. “The Plano Town Hall will be a great opportunity for our residents to have their specific questions and concerns addressed about our streets and water."

The Plano Town Hall will be moderated by Mayor Harry LaRosiliere. Most of the hour will be devoted to questions submitted during the meeting.

Residents may participate in the town hall in several ways:

In person: Plano Municipal Center in the Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chambers at 1520 K Ave.

By phone: Call 888-409-5380 – Ask questions and listen in.

Watch and listen live online:

Submit questions/comments via Facebook:

Submit questions/comments via Twitter: @cityofplanotxpr or use #PlanoTownHall


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