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Seattle City Council to host conversations on community priorities for the City budget

What do you think? Comments Off April 30, 2012 at 7:49PM

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This May, the Seattle City Council is hosting three conversations about the City budget and community priorities.

At the meetings, which will use the World Café format, participants will engage Seattle City Councilmembers and neighbors in conversation centered on five questions about the future of the city.

Participants will also learn the basics of the Seattle City budget and about the choices faced by City policymakers.

These conversations are not a formal public hearing and do not require extensive knowledge of City politics, policy or history. The Council will hold public hearings on the 2013 City budget and Capital Improvement Program in the fall where members of the community will be invited to advocate for specific programs and services.

The conversation closest to Green Lake will be held on Monday, May 7, 2012, 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the North Seattle Community College (9600 College Way N), College Center, Room 1161.

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