The city council and mayor are inviting residents to a combination picnic and public meeting Monday to discuss issues affecting the city's future. City Administrator Belva Provost said residents are urged to bring their families and a picnic lunch to Nicholls Road Park at 6 p.m. At 7 p.m., Mayor Brand Dean and councilmen will answer questions concerning Highway 89, the proposed tax rollback initiatives and their effect on Fruit Heights; a storm drain bond election to be held in conjunction with the primary election Sept. 13; and any other issues the public desires to discuss.