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Mayor Jeri Muoio Holds the Latest Town Hall Meeting with Residents
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(West Palm Beach, FL) – Last night, West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio once again was taking questions from the public. Here is the video…unedited and unfiltered.
No topic was off limits at the public town hall held in the City’s western communities. All members of the public were able to ask about any issues.
Mayor Muoio was joined by West Palm Beach Commissioner Keith James, Police Chief Vincent Demasi and City Planning Manager Rick Greene.
This was the fourth event in a series of public Q&A sessions held by Mayor Muoio as she continues her “Open Access” Campaign intended to make sure all residents have a chance to speak directly to her, and ask her direct questions.
Town Hall meetings are being held in each of the City’s five commission districts. The Mayor is also using social media to allow residents to reach her, as well as monthly morning coffee chats at coffee houses around the city. Follow the City on social media, or sign up for email alerts for the latest event dates and locations.
Here is the video of the Town Hall. It is unedited and unfiltered. It runs just over an hour. (you may notice one spot where it looks like an edit was made. We had to shut down the camera for approximately 30 seconds while we switched batteries.)