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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
At its July 29 meeting, Springfield City Council unanimously approved a resolution adopting its 2019 priorities, which will guide and empower the City’s elected officials and staff as they work on the City’s behalf.
“During a retreat in May, City Council identified several important priority items and related objectives that we believe will provide general guidance for the application of municipal time and resources and support the future betterment of the Springfield community,” said Mayor Ken McClure.
The priorities are:
Those features of physical environment and qualities of life that make a location a desirable, competitive and economically vibrant place to live
The deliberate formation of a positive relationship with local and regional legislative delegates to affect positive outcomes in legislative policy.Objectives
The ability of a municipal organization to adequately meet its primary service delivery needs and financial commitments over the long-term, while also preserving a healthy financial condition based on municipal association best practices including accountability and transparency.Objectives
A sustainable economic climate that fosters low poverty, affordable options for quality housing and wage levels that allow the opportunity for people to participate in quality of life endeavors.
The effective delivery of police, fire, 911 and emergency management service, including prevention efforts and protection from events that could endanger the safety of the general public from significant injury/harm or damage, such as crimes or disasters.
For more information, please contact Cora Scott at 417-380-3352 or [email protected]