What should Fenton’s future look like?
Fenton city officials and administrators are hoping for many participants at Wednesday’s vision session, 6 p.m. Dec. 5 in the Andrew G. Schmidt Middle School cafeteria, 3255 Donaldson Dr., in Fenton.
The vision session is to gather information on what the community would like to see in Fenton in the future, said City Manager Lynn Markland. City council members will help lead brainstorming sessions of groups of people, gathering input for the full council to review and use in a strategic goal setting plan for Fenton.
AGS Middle School’s cafeteria can hold at least 75 to 100 people or more, Markland added. Dinner and child care will be provided.
“We are hoping for a large turnout,” he said. “We’ve been planning it for a few months now.”
Dr. Lou Bender is helping council with the process, Mayor Sue Osborn said at Monday’s council worksession. As of Monday night, 105 people had said they would attend the vision session.
“We really want to know what the public thinks,” Markland said. “We want their ideas.”