The first of seven ward meetings was held Monday night and it proved to be a success. Voters and the city both felt like they're on the right track to see much needed changes.
Little Rock City Manager, Bruce Moore, said, "Getting citizen input as we move forward with infrastructure and the bond issue it's critical that we hear from our citizens about the priorities in their wards."
The city has more than 20 million dollars to improve the city's infrastructure over the next three years.
Opportunity for Public Input on $20.3 Million Dollar City Improvements