There’s a town hall meeting on Monday, June 11 at 6pm at the West Central Community Center.
The town hall is an annual meeting where Spokane’s neighborhood councils present reports of their past and future activities to the city council and the mayor. It’s open to the general public and is televised.
Liorah Wichser, chair of the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council, will be making the slideshow presentation on behalf of the neighborhood. It’s an opportunity to voice our concerns and also to tell the city council what we’ve achieved over the past year and what we plan to do in the the coming year.
We’d obviously like Emerson-Garfield to have as much representation as possible, so please stop by. The meeting is only scheduled to last about 90 minutes. In addition to offering a show of support for your neighborhood, it will also give you a chance to catch up on what Emerson-Garfield’s priorities were in 2011-12 and what they will be into 2013 and beyond.
You’ll also be able to see what other Spokane neighborhoods have been up to, and whether their activity can serve as inspiration or a template for what we envision in our own neighborhood.
We look forward to seeing you there!