Public encouraged to meet the mayor and councillors

January 28, 2014   ·   0 Comments

By Mark Pavilons
Residents are encouraged to be engaged in their community. And local politicians are giving them an informal, up-close opportunity to do just that.
The meet and greet sessions to discuss ward or Township issues run February, March and April.
“It’s an opportunity to connect with your local councillor and the mayor,” observed Mayor Steve Pellegrini. “You can talk about whatever you want.”
The mayor would like to encourage “new” residents to attend to get to know their representatives and learn about the community. It’s a great opportunity for them to put down roots in the community and say hi.
The first session will be held Thursday, Feb. 6 at the King City Library. Meet Mayor Steve Pellegrini and Councillors Cleve Mortelliti and Debbie Schaefer. It runs 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The next one takes place Wednesday, Feb . 19 at the Nobleton Library on Sheardown Drive. The mayor, along with Councillors Peter Grandilli and Linda Pabst will be on hand to field questions. It also runs 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The mayor and Councillor Bill Cober will greet visitors Wednesday, March 19 at the Schomberg Library on Main Street. It runs 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The final meeting will be hosted by Councillor Avia Eek Thursday, April 17 at the Asnorveldt Library at 18997 Dufferin Street. This session runs 7-9 p.m.



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