City’s annual town hall meeting is June 16

June 4, 2015

By Staff

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It’s that time again to get answers to those burning questions about Newcastle city operations.

Want to know where your tax dollars go? Need an update on local crime trends or new development? Want to meet the Newcastle City Council?

You can get answers to these questions and more at the city’s annual town-hall meeting June 16, held again at The Golf Club at Newcastle.

Described in a news release as an effort to “facilitate good communication between residents and our government,” the town hall is the city’s ultimate outreach tool.

In the past, the town hall has served as a question-and-answer session, complete with polling tools and staff presentations. This year, it will look slightly different.

In the first hour, city departments will staff booths and visual displays offering information and education about community resources. The open-house style approach will allow residents to speak directly with both staff and council members in a more informal arena.

The second hour will resemble past events, as City Manager Rob Wyman introduces the Newcastle City Council members, who will then talk “about their ideas for the city as they provide some policy insights,” according to the news release. Residents will then have the opportunity to ask questions.

The meeting goes from 7-9 p.m. June 16 in the golf club’s St. Andrews Ballroom, 15500 Six Penny Lane. Light refreshments will be available throughout the evening.

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