Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Tonight at the Main Library: Mayor, Councilors Host Community Listening Session on Budget

As part of an ongoing city effort to engage and include the public in the City’s budget-making this year, Mayor Javier M. Gonzales and City Councilors have convened two public listening sessions and conversations to answer questions, discuss proposed solutions, and ensure public participation as the administration continues to tackle long-term structural budget challenges.

The second of those meetings (and final meeting for this year) will take place on Tuesday, December 15, at the Main Library, beginning at 6:00pm.

Public and members of the press are welcome.

Announcing the meetings, Mayor Gonzales said, “In any budget process, public engagement is important, but especially as we face the challenges we face, and with the commitment we have made to put the City back on sound financial footing, we need the whole community to know what’s happening, have input, and participate in the solution.”

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