Marana participating in Manifesto Project
People put sticky notes on three different boards at the Marana Manifesto Project meeting that took place on Aug. 8 in the Marana Operations Center Community Room. The project is to help encourage young leaders to stay in Tucson and take action to improve the city.
Stacy Gowler waits to put her sticky note on the board that answers the question to "our generation is...". There were 12 people at the Marana Manifesto Project meeting.
How do you feel about a potential memorial art project to honor our community’s bravest men and women?
During the Jan. 20 town council meeting, a vote was unanimously passed to look into the feasibility of a “Memorial Public Art Project,” at the request of Oro Valley resident Dick Eggerding to potentially be placed somewhere in the town to honor military veterans and first responders.
Though no concrete plans were then ready to act on, there was a show of overwhelming support for such project from residents and staff alike during the council meeting. In an effort to poll to community at-large, The Explorer would like to know how you feel about a potential memorial art project to honor our community’s bravest men and women.
Total Votes: 28
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