Community shares ideas for St. Andrews at "Coffee with the Commish"

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - The community got a chance to learn the progress of St. Andrews during the first "Coffee with the Commish" event since Hurricane Michael.

"Coffee with the Commish" event held in St. Andrews. (WJHG/WECP)

Commissioner Mike Nichols invited residents to come share ideas, concerns and questions about St. Andrews. During the meeting, Nichols talked about widening the sidewalks, adding more lights, improving oaks by the bay park, among other things. Adding more trash cans around St. Andrews was another topic discussed.

"Citizens want information and a lot of times you only get so much from an email or Facebook post and they want to have that dialogue directly with the commissioner," Commissioner Nichols said.

Commissioner Nichlos also talked about an app the city will launch that will allow residents to submit ideas and problems to be addressed.

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