Supervisors Bowen and Rainey to Hold Joint Town Hall Meeting October 30
Supervisors Welcome Input From 10th and 2nd District Residents on 2015 Budget
“I look forward to hearing from the hard working residents of the 10th District as we discuss the proposed 2015 budget at the County Board,” Bowen said. “I welcome everyone’s attendance determine how we spend $1.3 billion.”
Rainey said the town hall will allow the supervisors a chance to hear from their constituents on budget matters that are important to them.
“The budget affects many lives in Milwaukee County, and it’s important that we hear from those whose lives are most affected by the budget as well as from all those who are interested in discussing the issues before the County Board,” Rainey said.
Who: Supervisors David Bowen and Khalif Rainey
What: Town Hall Meeting on the Milwaukee County 2015 Budget
When: Thursday, October 30 at 6 p.m.
Where: COA Goldin Center, 2320 W. Burleigh St, Milwaukee.
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