The Fayette Citizen-News Page
Wednesday, December 16, 1998
5-, 10-year plans on Tyrone agenda

Staff Writer

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Tomorrow night's meeting of the town council in Tyrone should provide residents with a glimpse of the town's future.

One of the more interesting items on the agenda is the appointment of the planning commission members. Town manager Barry Amos said the town usually advertises the planning commission positions, but has not been instructed to do so this year.

Another quirk of this year's appointments is that all the members are up for reappointment. The terms run for two years, but Amos said that for some reason all the terms expire at the end of this year.

"I really don't know what Mayor Santiago plans to do," Amos said.

On another future-related issue, the council will discuss the five and 10 year plans that were originally discussed at an earlier meeting this month. The town is looking at a period of rapid growth in the next decade and is evaluating its facilities and personnel.

The plans call for the town to build a new police station, library and administrative complex and Amos expects the council to have a lengthy discussion on managing the town's growth.

The council meets at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall.

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