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Jackson City Councilwoman Arlene Robinson, 1st Ward, will conduct a neighborhood meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday April 27, at the Martin Luther King Center, 1107 Adrian St. in Jackson.
After nearly two years of planning, fund raising and construction, city officials and project donors will unveil the Glidden Parker mural next month.
Jackson City Council will meet Wednesday, April 26, and Monday, May 1, at 6 p.m. for two budget workshops, on the 10th Floor of City Hall, 161 W. Michigan Ave. No action will be taken by Council, simply discussion on the upcoming fiscal budget.
The city of Jackson will begin it’s spring fire hydrant flushing program Monday, April 17. Flushing will start in the southwest section of the city and will finish in the northeast section roughly two weeks later.
After receiving a $20,000 matching grant from the Weatherwax Foundation, Jackson Public Arts Commission officials are launching a public campaign to garner the necessary funds to restore the “Summer Night Tree” sculpture in downtown Jackson.