Mayor Keisha Lance Bottom announced the town halls where residents can speak with top city officials.  
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Residents will get to voice their concerns at Atlanta town halls

Residents will get to voice their concerns to Atlanta’s top officials, including Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms,  in a series of town halls. 

The next town hall will be held 6:30 p.m. at Cascade United Methodist Church on 3144 Cascade Road. Bottoms held the first town at the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead — a meeting which largely focused on the city’s efforts to fight crime in one of Atlanta’s wealthiest neighborhoods. 


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The final town hall  is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. March 28 at FanPlex on 768 Hank Aaron Drive. 

Doors open an hour before each town hall meeting. 

Residents are asked to contact the Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services at 404-330-6023 or atlconstituentservices@atlantaga.gov for more information.  


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