Be part of a local town hall meeting

Close involvement with the community should be local government’s best feature. We can find solutions through real, open conversations among people, without the barriers that tend to divide us otherwise.

That’s how it should work, and as a candidate for Lakewood City Council At-large that’s what I’m committed to delivering. Let’s have open discussion, let’s discuss the issues, and let’s get more people not only heard but involved.

Let’s get started, too. Please attend a town hall conversation about your ideas for a better Lakewood. Starting June 10, I’m hosting a series of town halls in our city’s wards, but the focus is you and your input. What’s working in Lakewood, and what should work better? Whether it’s a citywide issue, a larger issue, or an issue local to your block, this is the place for it.

All voices are welcome, especially if you haven’t been engaged in local issues before! Your input does matter.

Town Hall meetings are open to all Lakewood and free of charge.

Sat., June 10, 1:30-3 p.m. (Ward 1)

Harding School cafeteria
16601 Madison Ave

Sat., June 17, 1:30-3 p.m. (Ward 3)

Garfield School cafeteria
13114 Detroit Ave

Sat., July 8, Noon-2 p.m. (Ward 4)

Ice cream social followed by town hall

Madison Park pavilion
13029 Madison Ave

Sat., July 29, 1:30-3 p.m. (Ward 2)
Harding School cafeteria
16601 Madison Ave