The city of Clovis will host a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Clovis Civic Center.
“The purpose of the community visioning event is to hear from Clovis’ residents regarding what is most important to them, what their vision for the community is and what areas they would like the city to focus on in the next few years,” Clovis Mayor David Lansford said in a release.
In the release, Lansford extended invitations to individuals, civic organizations, not-for-profit groups and any other interested residents.
The meeting will be led by Kathie Novak, former president of the National League of Cities and an elected official for 18 years.
The city last held a similar event in 1996, the release said.
Friday fire still under investigation
Clovis Fire Department officials are continuing to investigate the cause of a Friday afternoon duplex fire in the 800 block of Hinkle Street.
No injuries were reported, but Capt. Allan Silvers said the duplex where the fire started was heavily damaged.
The back door to the burned duplex was open when firefighters arrived about 4:30 p.m., ilvers said, but the resident was not home.
A resident in the accompanying duplex was home, but escaped without incident.
Silvers said the fire started in the back part of the duplex.
CCC board to meet Wednesday
The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees are scheduled to meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday in room 512 at the college.
The action agenda has only two items:
• a Higher Education Department report for the second quarter of 2013;
• review of an audit for the fiscal year that ended in June.