About 60 people again converged on the Neosho High School cafeteria Monday to give their input in what direction they would like the city to go during a community planning session.


About 60 people again converged on the Neosho High School cafeteria Monday to give their input in what direction they would like the city to go during a community planning session.

The meeting, the second in a series of sessions to update the city’s comprehensive plan presented to the Neosho City Council in 2006, featured discussion on physical infrastructure, transportation and civic image.

Topics discussed included improving city streets, signage, and consistency in naming roadways, improved communication between the city and the public and sidewalks.

Chris Byers, co-organizer of the sessions, said he could tell citizens were developing a consensus, as groups were bringing up the same concerns independent of each other.