Friday, September 4, 2015

Norristown town hall meeting

Linda Christian, 3d district councilwoman in Norristown, has scheduled a town hall meeting for Wednesday, 6 p.m., in the community room of the Montgomery County Human Services Building, at the corner of Dekalb and Fornance streets.

Norristown town hall meeting

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The next 3d district town hall meeting will be Wednesday at 6 p.m., in the community room of the Montgomery County Human Services Building, said 3d district Councilwoman Linda Christian. The building is at the corner of Dekalb and Fornance streets, Christian's press release on the meeting included these agenda topics and other information: 

"1. Update on business development in Norristown - presented by Council President Gary Simpson;

"2. New layout for the Kennedy Kenrick Site - presented by Gary Gearhart - Hallman Retirement Communities.

"Norristown's 3rd District boundaries are Harding Boulevard to Arch Street, and Jacoby Street to Johnson Highway, however all Norristown residents are welcome to attend.

Questions? Contact Councilwoman Christian at lchristian@norristown.org or telephone number 610-960-2280."

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