Aberdeen mayor schedules ward meetings, wants input
ABERDEEN, Wash. – The mayor of the city of Aberdeen will conduct ward meetings in the coming months to gather questions, and hear your concerns about anything from needles to trains. Mayor Bill Simpson said you can attend any of the meetings being held at local schools regardless of ward. A citywide town hall meeting is also being planned for early 2014 to address concerns raised. Similar to meetings held last year, Simpson said “No solutions would be done that night, then we’ll meet again later on and show them what we’ve done with these ideas.”
The first meeting will be held at Steven’s Elementary, on October 28th then at A.J. West Elementary, on October 29th. Two November meetings will take place at Robert Gray on the 4th, then McDermoth on the 8th. All meetings will begin at 6:30 that evening.