Thursday, September 22, 2016

Join in on a "Neighborhood Conversation" with your Elected

An opportunity to ask Council and the Mayor about growth, school traffic, road construction, tree loss, ST-3, parks, art, cultural events, their vision for our city, or anything else on your mind.

October 3rd, Monday evening, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm the Mayor and City Council will host a casual "Neighborhood Conversation" forum at Horace Mann Elementary, located at 17001 NE 104th Street. The forum is not restricted to Education Hill residents and is open to the Public.  

“We want to hear what’s on the minds of Education Hill residents, answer your questions and share what’s going on around Redmond,” said Mayor John Marchione.  
There will be a reception at 6 pm, and the meeting will begin at 6:15 pm. The forum is “kid-friendly” and light snacks will be provided.  This is the last neighborhood conversation meeting of the year.

Please note, in past meetings the Mayor facilitated the conversations. Residents were asked to write their questions on a white board.  If you are uncomfortable with this, write your questions on index cards or paper in advance. Your questions are anonymous unless you choose otherwise.

I hope you can make it!

Bob Yoder

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