The Keota City Council is seeking public input on its plans to develop the town. The council has set the framework for development in Keota, but it wants to hear the views of the public on what kind of development should occur. Councilman Scott Flynn says the council will hold a special meeting Tuesday evening to discuss any public opinion. He says some ideas have been explored, such as a community center or a day care. Any residents of Keota or surrounding areas are invited to the meeting, Flynn says.
The meeting takes place at Lagos Acres Country Club at 7:00 p.m.