One-on-one time with the mayor and city leaders

Mayor's Night Out on Tuesday, Feb. 4, is a chance for one-on-one conversations with local leaders including the mayor, city council members, and city government department directors.


Lincolnites: We want to be sure you know about a Feb. 4 get-together at Eiseley Branch Library with Lincoln city leaders. Mayor’s Night Out is a chance for one-on-one conversations with local leaders including the mayor, city council members, and city government department directors. 

We hope you will join Collective Impact Lincoln at this event. As you know, we aim to connect residents with local leaders to share their experiences and to discuss issues within our neighborhoods and communities – and this is a great chance to connect with key policymakers in our city government.

In addition to Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird, city council members James Michael Bowers, Sandra Washington, and Jane Raybould will be on hand. So will department directors Tom Casady (Transportation and Utilities), Dan Marvin (Urban Development), and Lynn Johnson (Parks and Recreation). 

We also encourage you to complete the city’s Resident Satisfaction Survey at your earliest convenience. It’s available for Lincolnites at this link and takes about 10 minutes to complete. The survey ends in mid-February, so please don’t delay. 
We only get out of our democracy what we put into it – so we hope you’ll take advantage of each and every opportunity to advocate for the issues that matter most to our neighborhoods and our community. See you on Feb. 4!

Thanks for all that you do,

Nancy Petitto
Program Manager
Collective Impact Lincoln

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