The meeting will occur in the Karp Room of the main branch of the San Leandro Library, located at 300 Estudillo Avenue.
The event is being hosted by Mayor Stephen Cassidy, Vice-Mayor Jim Prola, and City Councilmember Pauline Russo Cutter.
“Town Hall meetings are a time-honored American tradition because they enable the community to gather information and directly ask questions and receive answers from their elected officials and city staff," stated Mayor Cassidy.
“We look forward to a spirited dialogue with the community, sharing pertinent information, and making our local government more accessible and transparent to the public,” added Vice-Mayor Prola.
The agenda for the evening includes substantial open time for questions from the public on any topics concerning city government, with staff in attendance from all city departments to provide answers.
Brief presentations also will be provided on the following topics:
- City Roads and Transportation Projects
- Public Safety and Crime Prevention in Council Districts 5 & 6
“I encourage anyone interested in learning more about what is happening in their neighborhoods or at City Hall to join us for what I know will be a very informative evening,” added Councilmember Cutter.
For those who may be unsure of the specific City Council district in which they reside, detailed maps can be found on the Council District Map webpage, which also can be found under the “What’s New” section of the City’s homepage www.sanleandro.org within the “Neighborhoods” link.
For additional information, please contact Eric Engelbart, Assistant to the City Manager, at (510) 577-3391 or email@example.com.