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District 7 Town Hall with Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson

City Councilor Tania Anderson invites the community to attend an upcoming D7 Town Hall, a “dynamic discussion…about the ARTery’ project and its impact on our community’s cultural landscape.”

“Dive into the intricacies of the City Budget. Uncover the latest policies that directly influence our neighborhood, fostering an informed and engaged citizenry. Address your community concerns directly with local leaders, fostering a collaborative environment for positive change. Don’t miss this opportunity to be an active participant in shaping the destiny of our district!”

When: Saturday, January 13th from 1 to 3pm

Where: 2377 Washington Street

 

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