Blueprint City Initiative begins 2nd year of operation

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DOTHAN, AL (WTVY) -- The Blueprint City Initiative is beginning its second year in Dothan.

Once again, the group is working with the Mayor's office to help bridge racial and cultural gaps in the Circle City.

The Dothan Community Relations Group released a pre-participation survey this morning.

They want to know what issues need to be addressed in Dothan City schools in 2018.
The group also focuses on matters of affordable housing, arts and culture, policing, religion and business.

Community Relations Group President Precious Freeman says "The whole point of Blueprint City is for us to hold ourselves accountable as a community. I think that self accountability is the, you know, is a really great step in being a wonderful place to be. A lot of people love it here. We partner a lot community wide, We're a very friendly town and I think this is just that next step."

The first meeting for this year's Blueprint City Initiative will be on January 24th.

If you would like to have your voice heard for how the city's school system can be improved, you can fill out the survey at