The city of Lynnwood wants to hear your ideas for closing the estimated $21 million budget shortfall.
A town hall meeting is scheduled for Saturday to give you a chance to learn about the proposed cuts and provide feedback on balancing the budget.
“The intent of the meeting is to encourage and engage Lynnwood residents in the city of Lynnwood budget process. Given the current city of Lynnwood budget shortfall, very important budget decisions will be made soon. We hope our efforts will help to gather residents’ views on the budget and share this information with City Council and the Mayor,” said Dave Gilbertson, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board member.
Representatives from the Diversity Commission, Arts Commission, Parks Advisory Board and Lynnwood Visioning Task Force will be participating in the town hall. It will be held Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Edmonds Community College, Snoqualmie Building, Room 113.
In the meantime, Mayor Don Gough will present his budget to the City Council tonight.