A Four State city office goes bilingual to accommodate all of its residents. The 2000 Census shows nearly 500 Hispanic speaking residents now call the city of Neosho home. To help make life easier for them, the Neosho City Hall now prints listings in their offices in both English and Spanish. Also, applications for water hook ups are printed in both languages. The city offices are finding it beneficial that many of their employees are bilingual. Making it easier to bridge the language gap.