Dear Branson Community,
A bit of history for Constitution Week. This observance was enacted by President/General Dwight D. Eisenhower. I believe it provides an opportunity to dedicate some study time on the Constitution and other historical events that brought us together as a country. One Nation under God.
While they are not always "pretty" against the views of our spectacular natural scenery, construction cranes and equipment are a great sign of progress and a growing economy. Our Planning and Development Department is following these new businesses who are all scheduled to complete construction this year:
Our best to all of you and we look forward to your opening Ceremonies.
With our active and progressive Branson Lakes/Area Chamber of Commerce and CVB we join in celebrating Silliman Realty & Associates on the official opening and ribbon cutting at their new location
Our best to you and to all of our local businesses and organizations making changes this year.
Your attention, please. If you have large unwanted items that are not typically picked up by your private trash service, feel free to drop them off this weekend at the Cooper Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant during our City Wide Fall Cleanup. For details and more information, you can read all about it on the city’s website.
I hope you are looking forward to the 47th Autumn Daze Arts, Crafts and Music Festival this weekend. I understand this year we have 80 vendors, lots of live entertainment, and great food as always.
If you haven’t done so already, please make sure to fill out your 2020 Census. This is extremely important for our community. You can respond online at my2020census.com, by phone at 844-330-2020, or by filling out the packet you received in the mail.
Please, as called, continue to pray for our city, stay positive, and be thankful for living in the best city in America and my hometown.
Thank you for letting me serve you,
Mayor Edd Akers