Blue Springs, Mo. – District 1 Councilmen Dale Carter and Jeff Quibell will host a town hall meeting on Thursday, September 26 at Pointe of Hope Church, 1215 NW Highway 7, beginning at 6:30 p.m. to talk with community members about city government issues. The councilmen will provide information about the Dedicated Parks Sales Tax Initiative, field questions from residents and facilitate dialog about district priorities.
“This Town Hall meeting is a great way for residents to learn more about the Dedicated Blue Spring Parks Sales Tax Initiative and other city initiatives,” said Councilman Dale Carter. “I invite all Blue Springs residents to attend and bring their questions, concerns and ideas not only about our district, but about our community as a whole.”
“Town Hall meetings are a great way for elected officials to get out there, talk with residents in a one-on-one format and hear their thoughts, concerns and priorities,” said Councilman Jeff Quibell. “We hope to create a two-way conversation about important issues in our district and help to make Blue Springs the best community it can be.”
Refreshments will be available at this meeting. For more information about the town hall meetings, email Councilman Dale Carter at email@example.com or Councilman Jeff Quibell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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