On February 27th at 6:30 pm Visalia's Mayor Steve Nelsen will be speaking at the Visalia Branch of the Tulare County Library.
The Mayor will give a snapshot of the city – where we stand financially and what issues lie ahead. He will give updates on current projects, including the new animal control facility, the new emergency communication center, the water conservation plant upgrade, and progress on parks throughout the city, including the Lincoln Oval. There will be discussion about the drought and current status of water conservation measures the City Council may consider, and how the public’s efforts could make a huge difference in the city’s water supply. Community members will have an opportunity to get to know Visalia's Mayor. Find out what led him to get involved in local government and about the demands of being a mayor.
This is the second program in the “Getting to Know” series at the Tulare County Library, which is designed to give the people of Visalia and surrounding areas an opportunity to get to know the people and issues affecting them. These programs are free to the public and all are welcome to attend. For more information, please call (559) 713-2703 or go to: www.tularecountylibrary.org.