The first of five scheduled public meetings to go over the April second Shreveport bond election is planned for six this evening.The bond issue is actually divided into three propositions and Mayor Glover says a large chunk of the money, if approved, would be used to try to stay out in front of the EPA and Justice Department over the city's sewer system. The bond issue also contains money for streets and drainage, public buildings, police and fire, and other city needs. This evening's meeting will be at the Southern Hills Community Center. Another will be held Thursday evening at the Bill Cockrell Community Center.