Citizens Can Meet With Mayor Fischer October 6

September 23, 2014
"Talk to Greg" session Oct. 6 at Central High School Citizens will have a chance to meet and talk directly with Mayor Greg Fischer Monday, Oct. 6, 6 p.m. at Central High School, 1130 W. Chestnut St. People can bring suggestions, questions and concerns to Fischer, who will be joined by city department directors, Mayor's Office staff and Metro Councilmembers. "It's important to hear directly from citizens on what's working, what's not working and how we can do a better job of delivering services," Fischer said. "Our many public meetings and forums - Vision Louisville, MoveLouisville, the VapStat sessions on vacant properties and more - all underscore that citizen engagement is a vital part of our goal of creating the best and most open city government in America." All citizen suggestions and requests at the Central High School session will be entered into the city's customer service system for follow up and response. In addition to Fischer's face-to-face meetings and public forums, virtual "Talk to Greg" sessions are held where Fischer and other city officials respond to citizens on Facebook and Twitter. Between the scheduled sessions, people can always visit the mayor's Facebook page, mayorgregfischer, and Twitter page, @louisvillemayor, or contact him through the website.

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