As you can tell, we’re proud of Milton’s natural beauty, and are committed to maintaining it. The question is what is most important to you? If we are able to preserve pieces of land in Milton, what do you want to see? This is why the City Council and I recently asked the Planning Commission to find out what basic criteria is most important for greenspace preservation to residents like you. If you have an opinion, come out--we want to hear from you.
Speaking of creating a top-notch community, we have some great things happening this spring. From the Household Paint & Chemical Collection (March 19), our second annual Community Easter Egg Hunt (March 26), to Earth Day (April 23) and the one-of-a-kind Milton Hometown Jubilee (May 7), we have something for everyone in Milton. Come out, meet your neighbors and be a part of our unique hometown.
That’s it for this month. As always, I’ll close by saying your City Hall is always open to your concerns, questions and comments. Be sure to take some time this month to stop by and tell us what you think.
Mayor Joe Lockwood