Jul 28, 2010 Ami Olson Uncategorized
Mayor Stephanie Miner will hold a series of neighborhood “office hours” throughout city parks beginning July 29.
The meetings will all be held at 6:30 p.m. at various sites and will offer residents a chance to speak with the mayor one-on-one. Miner will also update residents on what the city has been doing in their neighborhoods.
Representatives from the police department, Department of Neighborhood and Business Development, code enforcement and the Department of Public Works will also be on hand to answer questions from residents.
Home HeadQuarters and Say Yes to Education will also set up information booths to provide answers about the services they provide.
Residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.
Mayor ‘Office Hours’
Thursday July 29
Onondaga Park (Meadow Area). Enter off Crossett Avenue onto Onondaga Park Drive. Rain location: Bellevue Heights United Methodist Church, 2112 S. Geddes St.
Tuesday Aug. 3
Thornden Park (near Carriage House). Enter at Ostrom Avenue and Madison Street park entrance. Rain location: Carriage House.
Thursday Aug. 5
Schiller Park (near Lou Bova Center). Enter from Farmer Street. Rain location: Lou Bova Center.
Monday Aug. 9
Burnet Park (field near ice rink). Enter off Coolidge Avenue onto Burnet Park Drive. Rain location: ice rink.
Tuesday Aug. 10
Kirk Park (pavilion). Enter from Argyle Terrace off of Kirk Avenue. Rain location: pavilion.
Monday Aug. 16
Meachem Field. Enter from West Seneca Turnpike. Rain location: Bob Cecile Senior Center, 176 W. Seneca Turnpike.
Wednesday Aug. 18
Sunnycrest Park (pavilion by golf clubhouse). Enter from Caleb Avenue off of Hickock Avenue. Rain location: golf clubhouse.