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2011-02-24 / Front Page

The City’s Advisory Committee Sets Time Limits and Parameters

The Committee was appointed to hear observations about the Lexington Police Department

The advisory committee to hear citizens’ complaints and accommodations regarding the Lexington Police Department had their first meeting last Thursday night to set guidelines and perimeters.

Each person will be heard individually, in private, and a time limit will be set for each presentation. No cameras, cell phones, laptops, recording or transmitting devices of any kind will be allowed in the Lee County Precinct Building on Hwy. 77 in Lexington, where the meetings will be held.

The committee decided not to post the meetings. William Langehennig, Chairman of the Committee, said, “We will meet once or twice a week for two to two and one-half hours. As you may recall, the City has requested that the committee meet back with them within one month’s time.”

The Advisory Committee requests that individuals call any of the members to set a time and date to be heard. Committee members are all residents of the City of Lexington. Two are City Council members and three are from the community at-large. Their phone numbers are: William Langehennig: 979-773-4962; Tim Brown: 512-760-0897; Kerry Quinney: 979-716-4600; Angela Brower 512-281-6959; Angela Stinnet: 979-773-4324.

The first meeting to hear individuals was held Tuesday night, February 22. A Notice regarding the meeting can be found on page 3 of today’s paper.

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