sábado, junio 22

Residents invited to Community Conversations with Mayor Nicholls

Yuma, Ariz. – Mayor Douglas Nicholls invites residents to Community Conversations with the Mayor, a series of informal dialogues held across various neighborhoods in January through April 2023.
Community Conversations will serve as a platform for local residents of all ages and backgrounds to ask questions, voice concerns, engage in dialogue, or simply participate by listening. These meetings will rotate to different locations and take place following traditional working hours in an effort to maximize accessibility.
“Actively listening to the community’s input is key to being able to serve the community to the best of my ability,” Mayor Nicholls said. “I appreciate those who email, call, and come to City Council meetings. I hope to reach all parts of the community to connect with residents of all ages, occupations and neighborhoods.”
Each event in the series is scheduled for 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on a Thursday. Locations are as follows:
Jan. 26: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Center, 300 S. 13th Ave.
Feb. 16: Mesa Heights Community Resource Center, 2150 S. Arizona Ave.
March 16: Kofa High School Ernest F. Rillos Gymnasium, 3100 S. Avenue A.
March 23: Arizona at Work, 3826 W. 16th St.
April 27: Yuma Readiness and Community Center, 6550 E. 24th St.
Comment cards will be available at the neighborhood meetings for residents who would prefer to ask a question or leave a comment anonymously.