The town of White Bluff is hosting a community meeting tonight to answer questions and discuss the skateboard park that is being donated to the town by Burns. The meeting is set for 6:30 pm in the White Bluff Community Center. The Burns Board of Commissioners and Mayor Landon Mathis voted Jan. 7 to close the five-year-old skate park and donate the equipment to White Bluff. The following night the White Bluff Town Council voted to accept the donation and began discussing fund-raising and possible locations. The council decided to seek donations for what it expects to be around $10,000 needed to move the equipment and pour a concrete pad. Mayor Linda Hayes said the town has some extra money in its budget that could be used to cover whatever cost cannot be funded through contributions. On the Power Lunch program last week, Hayes said the town was already receiving pledges the day after the council vote. Tonight’s community meeting will allow residents to ask questions about plans for the park and continue the discussion on possible locations. At last week’s meeting, Hayes and the council discussed primarily a grassy area next to the community center, but had concerns over whether it would provide enough space. For more information on tonight’s community meeting, call White Bluff Town Hall at 797-3131.