Town Hall meetings to discuss budget cuts
Posted by on November 24, 2008
City leaders to hold community meetings on cuts
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has announced a series of eight Town Hall Meetings throughout Philadelphia to explain his Administration’s response to the financial crisis and reductions in the city’s annual budget.
The meetings will from take place during late November to mid-December. At the meetings, city government leadership will explain the difficult decisions that need to be made, share the principles that guided the process, and to listen to any concerns that citizens may have.
At each session Mayor Nutter will make opening remarks and run the audience through a short overview presentation and then open up for approximately an hour-long Q&A session.
Meetings will be held from 7-9pm each evening. For dates and locations of the meetings, click here.
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