Evansville: Mayor to Host Traveling City Hall May 15

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~ Evansville Mayor Stephanie Terry is continuing her efforts to connect with the community by hosting her second Traveling City Hall meeting this month. The event, in partnership with the University of Evansville, will take place in Eykamp Hall on the second floor of the Ridgway University Center.

Residents can expect to hear brief remarks from Mayor Terry before having the opportunity to speak directly with officials from all city departments. Representatives from United Neighborhoods of Evansville and the Indiana Department of Transportation will also be in attendance to address any questions or concerns about upcoming state road projects, including the highly anticipated Lloyd4U project set to begin this spring.

In a statement, Mayor Terry expressed her enthusiasm for connecting with residents and addressing their issues and concerns. "As mayor, I am proud to have the opportunity to represent all of the people of Evansville," she said. "An important part of that is having the opportunity to hear directly from people in the community about their issues and concerns, as well as about the things that they want to see and the things that excite them about our community."

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The Traveling City Hall program, which will continue throughout 2024, aims to bring city officials closer to residents by hosting quarterly meetings in different areas of Evansville. Each meeting will be held in partnership with different community organizations.

President Christopher Pietruszkiewicz of UE expressed his excitement for this collaboration between town and gown. "The Traveling City Hall coming to the University of Evansville exemplifies the intentional relationship between our town and academic institutions," he said. "This is an opportunity for our community and academic institutions to unite, share perspectives, and collaborate with residents for the betterment of our city."

The next Traveling City Hall meetings are scheduled for August and November 2024, with August's meeting being held in partnership with the West Side Nut Club. More details about this event will be announced at the May 15 Traveling City Hall meeting. Mayor Terry and her administration are committed to addressing the concerns of Evansville residents in real time and working towards the betterment of the city.

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