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Community Meetings & Events

  1. COMMUNITY DISCUSSION Coming Together for Solutions: The Impact of Opiates and Other Drugs on Families

    January 24, 2019, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm @ Olive Baptist Church

    EDUCATION PRESENTATION WITH Q&A INFORMATION SHARING FROM EXPERTS Panel Experts to include Family Law Attorney, Families First Network, Mental Health Professionals, DCF, Foster Grandparents, School District Representatives and Law Enforcement. Let’s HELP make Escambia County a healthier place to live, work, learn and play. Drug use and addiction affect us all. Join us and become part of the solution.

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Office of the Mayor

  1. Town Hall Meeting #1

    January 24, 2019, 5:30 pm @ Woodland Heights Resource Center

    Mayor Grover Robinson will hold his first town hall meeting on January 24 at 5:30 p.m. at the Woodland Heights Resource Center “I’m looking forward to having my first town hall in District 5,” Robinson said during a press conference on Monday. “We’ll rotate to a different district next month, but I’m excited to start there.” Mayor Robinson has been working with Councilman Gerald Wingate to plan the first event. Councilman Wingate serves District 5. “I’d like to see citizens come to this town hall to meet Mayor Robinson and myself to let us know what they want out of their community,” Councilman Wingate said. Hosting town halls is a high priority for Mayor Robinson. During his campaign for mayor, Robinson promised he would host town halls at various locations throughout the City so citizens would not have to come to City Hall to have their voice heard. Mayor Robinson hopes citizens will attend the town hall so he can work with them to come up with plan to move the Cit

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