Some Lawrence community members have started rallying to save Prairie Park Nature Center shortly after the city released a proposed 2022-23 budget.
The city is hitting pause on its Lawrence Listens — SeeClickFix reporting platform for about nine months.
A community engagement meeting to discuss a proposed city government restructure drew significantly more public interest than the last meeting, and most public commenters indicated they were in favor of making changes.
City leaders need feedback from the public in order to decide whether to ask voters if the local government should be restructured to directly elect a four-year mayor and to elect commissioners by districts.
City of Lawrence transit staff members have published the final scenario of bus route redesigns, which include some Sunday service and improved access to grocery stores for those who live in underserved areas of town.
Install road barriers, gather feedback, rinse and repeat: the city’s pilot traffic calming system in Old West Lawrence is moving on to a second round this week, and some roads will be closed to through traffic while adjustments are made.
An online survey is asking folks to share their opinions on the city’s traffic project that has placed temporary barriers throughout Old West Lawrence neighborhood streets.
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