Round 7 - May 2039
Mayor: Christian Brown; Financial Advisor: Kimber Henderson; Healthcare Advisor: Joe Carr; City Architect: Terrence Coners; Public Safety Advisor: Tanner Knowles
Christian decided to have regular meetings of the city council to take care of issues that arise.
"Any new business to discuss?" he asked.
"Well the city has received a public safety grant worth $15,000 and I think the money should be used to update the police station. Crime hasn't been an issue lately, but we want to keep it that way. We would also like to get the community more involved as well," Tanner said.
"I agree, the station could use some updating. The money was specifically set aside for public safety so I think that is a great idea," Christian said.
"Great! I really think it would help the community as a whole. I was even thinking of having some events around LaQuest Beach to promote community more. We need to let the people of LB know we care and are taking steps to ensure their safety," Tanner said.
"It all sounds great, get with Terrence to work up some plans for the renovations."
"Kip couldn't be here, but he wanted me to bring up our rapidly growing population. We need to ensure that we are going to have the space in our schools for all the children that we have," Kimber said.
"That was what I wanted to discuss as well. The elementary school has quite a few children and while it isn't a problem right now, it certainly can become one in the future," Lorelai said.
"What are you suggesting? Bigger buildings or more teachers," Christian asked.
"I think we're going to eventually need both honestly."
"We can beginning planning now, and implement it later. Terrence, if you could also draw up plans for some renovations so we can estimate how much money we would be looking at," Christian said.
"I'd just like to say how much I am in agreement with working on the schools. My twin girls will be starting high school this year and I want them to get the best education possible," Terrence said.
"Imani and Imara are very intelligent girls and I'm sure they will have no problem at all adjusting to high school," Lorelai said.
"We'll probably have grandkids going to the schools soon. I'm sure Kenny and Kayla won't waste time having babies," Terrence said with a laugh.
"Let's hope they do! This will be your first grandchild, but my third," Tanner said.
"I think that concludes all the business we had for this meeting. Thank you all for coming out and I look forward to working with each of you to create a better city for our residents," Christian said.
* I just decided to do a little meeting to incorporate the ROS "$15000 grant for public safety". I actually have a police station, I've just never shown it. This gives me a reason to go in and fix it up to show off :).
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