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City Councilor Jesse Lederman to Host Fourth Town Hall Meeting in East Springfield

February 12, 2019

 

At-Large Springfield City Councilor Jesse Lederman will host a fourth Town Hall Style Meeting on February 26, 2019 in East Springfield. Doors will open at 5:30 PM and the event will begin at 6:00 PM.

 

The event will take place at the East Springfield Neighborhood Council Building, 1437 Carew Street behind Pottenger Elementary School.

 

Ward 2 City Councilor Michael Fenton will serve as the co-host, in collaboration with the East Springfield Neighborhood Council. 

 

Neighborhood Council President Kathy Brown will serve as the moderator.

 

Joining them will be City Council President Justin Hurst along with At-Large City Councilors Kateri Walsh and Tracey Whitfield and At-Large School Committeewoman LaTonia Monroe-Naylor.

 

Bill Baker, Director of Constituent Services for Mayor Domenic Sarno, will also be in attendance. 

 

All residents are welcomed and encouraged to attend. The event serves as an opportunity for residents to engage with their elected officials, sharing their questions, concerns, and ideas for Springfield. Lederman has hosted previous Town Halls in Mason Square, the North End, and the Outer Belt areas.

 

“Through our Town Hall style meetings we have been able to engage residents across our city’s neighborhoods, bringing them to the table around the future of Springfield,” said At-Large City Councilor Jesse Lederman, “The opportunity to interact with local government should be easy and often, and should generate results, that’s the goal of these events.”

 

“I am happy to be bringing government to the people,” said Ward 2 City Councilor Michael Fenton, “This town hall will make government more transparent, accessible, and creative. I look forward to hearing questions and ideas from the public in an organized forum.”

 

The event will be live streamed on Lederman’s Facebook page, located at www.Facebook.com/JLLederman .

 

For more information contact City Councilor Jesse Lederman at (413) 285-3041

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