Monrovia Launches Online Town Hall Website

The 'Plan Monrovia' website aims to get residents involved with the planning of the city's future.

Monrovia launched a new online town hall website this week designed to get residents to contibute to the planning of the city now and into the future.

The "Plan Monrovia" website went live Thursday and includes a number of interactive features that residents can use to contribute ideas and media.

"Propose ideas, second ideas you support and leave feedback," the site's masthead states. "We are listening."

City Manager Laurie Lile wrote in her weekly report that ideas cultivated on the website will be incorporated into the city's future budgets.

"Your ideas and the ideas of your neighbors will add to the planning process, as part of the city’s five-year plan," Lile wrote. "Once completed, Plan Monrovia will act as a guideline as city leaders prioritize projects and services to the community in our 2013-2015 budget."


Gem City Dude Man November 24, 2012 at 04:19 PM
This is great. When we changed to Direct TV we lost our local KGEM coverage. I miss the local coverge. Is there anyway KGEM can provide coverage through other networks?
Scarletcat November 25, 2012 at 08:06 PM
I agree on SOME of the KGEM coverage that are true city events- council meetings, planning commission, school board etc would be great if online. Parades, school events maybe. Some of the shows produced by residents.... well, not so much.
Ellen Zunino November 26, 2012 at 12:56 AM
Cable companies are required to provide local access. So you're not going to find local access channels on satellite providers.


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