In keeping with her campaign promise to open lines of communication with the members of the community, Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu announced the second Open Office Hours has
been scheduled for Wednesday, February 14 from 1:30- 4pm in the Mayor’s office, on the third floor of City Hall.
“This will be a roundtable format for people to discuss issues and concerns,” stated Mayor Zoppo-Sassu.
“If someone has a specific or private issue, they should know they still have an opportunity to make an one-on- one appointment.”
The anticipated outcome of these meetings is to provide an open forum for members of the community to bring forth ideas and concerns that they have on city issues.
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