Centennial Conversations Start Mondayeneario

Panama City is approaching a milestone, its 100th birthday. And to prepare, local government leaders are asking the public for input on how to improve over the next 100 years.

Monday, April 28, 2008

About 50 people showed up at Gulf Coast Community College for the first of the city's centennial conversations.
Residents were encouraged to voice their concerns and ideas about how to improve the quality of life in this area. The organizer, Janice Lucas, says she was pleased with the variety of topics discussed during the forum.

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