Members of the Three Rivers City Commission last week discussed a few of their goals for 2012.
The casual conversation revealed that more directional signs need to be placed around the city. Commissioner Daryl Griffith said so-called wayfinding signs to instruct motorists to key places in the city and fringe areas on its borders should be considered.
In addition, Mayor Tom Lowry indicated his support behind every effort to keep Scidmore Park’s petting zoo in operation, Commissioner Ken Baker expressed interest in an expanded farmer’s market and Commissioner David York said it’s his hope the city can secure funding to help cover the expense of demolishing the old hospital on the south end of Scidmore Park.
Though no motion to act on any of the measures was made, Lowry and commissioners agreed to not lose sight of the goals.