Lohrville residents embark on city visioning process

When it comes to defining Lohrville, city residents know who they are.

“We’re known for our generous volunteers, whenever there’s a project of sorts,” Joe Berger said. “Whenever we do things for the future, there’s always plenty of help.”

Ron Christianson built on that idea at a meeting Thursday night to discuss the city’s vision for the next five years.

“Friendly people – people will wave at you, people will come up and talk to you that might not know you,” Christianson said.

Later, he added that people watch out for their neighbors, taking note of strangers in town and keeping an eye out for trouble. 

Read more in the Sept. 13 edition.