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Niagara Falls City Council sets neighborhood meetings

NIAGARA FALLS – Every other Monday the Niagara Falls City Council meets in City Hall to discuss the issues that affect city government and the community. But once a month Council members travel around the city to meet directly with the people who elected them.

Meetings are held from 9 to 10 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month and provide the public a chance to meet with Council members in a more informal setting, ask questions and air their concerns. Department heads and city administrators also have been invited to join the meetings.

The next “Neighbor to Neighbor” meeting will be held on Saturday at Maple Avenue School, 952 Maple Ave.

Other scheduled meetings are:

• March 19, Niagara Falls Public Library, 1425 Main St.

• April 16, Doris Jones Family Resource Center, 3001 Ninth St.

• May 21, Niagara Falls Housing Authority Packard Court Community Center, 4300 Pine Ave.

• June 18, John A. Duke Senior Center, 1201 Hyde Park Blvd.

• July 16, Cristoforo Colombo Society, 2223 Pine Ave.

• Sept. 17, Niagara Street School, 2513 Niagara St.

• Oct. 15, St. John DeLasalle Church, 8477 Buffalo Ave.

• Nov. 19, Niagara Falls Public Library, LaSalle Branch, 8728 Buffalo Ave.

• Dec. 17, 24 Below Gallery and Cafe, 435 Third St.

There will be no meeting in August.

email: niagaranews@buffnews.com