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(September 16, 2019) – Mayor Jean Stothert will hold her annual series of Town Hall meetings this fall beginning September 24th.  In the last six years, Mayor Stothert has hosted 46 Town Hall meetings.           

“Town Halls give taxpayers the opportunity to learn about important city issues, offer input and ask questions,” said Mayor Stothert.  “This year, we will be talking a lot about developing a long-term strategy to improve and maintain our roads and the transition to the new trash collection system in 2021.  It’s so important to meet people personally so we can work together on issues that affect all of us.”

 

SEPTEMBER 24 -  City Council District 2                                                                                       

Adams Park Community Center                                      

3230 John A Creighton Blvd                                                            

6:00-7:30pm                                                               

                                                           

SEPTEMBER 30 - City Council District 6                                               

Montclair Community Center                                    

2304 S. 135 Avenue                                                         

6:00-7:30pm                                                               

           

OCTOBER 3 - City Council District 4                                                                                                       

Our Lady of Guadalupe Hall                                        

23rd & O                                                                           

6:00-7:30pm

                                                                       

OCTOBER 7 - City Council District 1           

Laura Dodge Elementary School

3520 Maplewood Blvd

6:00-7:30pm

 

OCTOBER 22 - City Council District 7

Sunny Slope Elementary School

10828 Old Maple Road

6:00-7:30pm         

 

NOVEMBER 18 - City Council District 3

Subby Anzaldo Columbus Park Community Center

1515 S. 24th Street

6:00-7:30pm         

 

NOVEMBER 21 - City Council District 5

Sandoz Elementary School

5959 Oak Hills Drive

6:45-8:00pm         

 

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