SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward will be hosting a town hall meeting to discuss community priorities, public safety and more.
“Public safety is always a topic of conversation when I visit neighborhoods and businesses,” Woodward said. “We continue to talk with the community to hear their thoughts and ideas even as we are executing a plan that expands our capacity to clean, better connects services to needs, advocates for the tools Spokane needs to be successful, activates our public spaces, places additional patrol officers in neighborhoods, and returns vibrant activity to the places we play and gather.”
Woodward also plans to release a budget proposal on November 1 that invests in public safety and people within the community. The City says Spokane City Council will host budget hearings in November and approve a budget by the end of the year.
The moderated town hall starts at 6 p.m. on November 1. Anyone who is interested in participating can call 877-353-4701. You can also sign up online by 3 p.m. on November 1. The City says phone calls will be placed to over 20,000 homes inviting people to join. The town hall will last one hour.
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