Councilmember Harry Bowers, the District 3 representative on New Braunfels City Council, will host his quarterly citizen forum on Wednesday, December 9th, at 6pm.
Due to the ongoing response to COVID-19, this forum will be held virtually using the Zoom online video conference platform.
“In the interest of public safety I will continue to host these citizen forums virtually. Historically, we’ve had very good attendance at these quarterly meetings and I’m hoping the residents of District 3 will continue their participation,” said Councilmember Bowers.
Each quarterly forum typically has a main presentation; however, this forum will feature two presentations. First, Parks and Recreation Director Stacey Dicke will present plans for Mission Hill Park.
“Although the development of Mission Hill Park didn’t make the 2019 bond, I know my constituents desire to see some development on the site. I’ve been working with staff and we are proud to present what we can deliver in Phase 1 this coming spring,” said Councilmember Bowers.
The second topic of the forum will be a presentation by Bryan Ruiz, Neighborhood Services Manager, who will address challenges and possible solutions to coyote concerns reported in some residential neighborhoods near Panther Canyon.
The forum will conclude with updates from previous forums, as well as a general question and answer session.
To attend the virtual forum, simply go to www.nbtexas.org/district3forum on Wednesday, December 9th, at 6pm.