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TELEPHONE TOWN HALL FOR DETROIT WORKS PROJECT LONG TERM PLANNING IS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, REGISTER TODAY

WHAT: Telephone Town Hall

WHEN: Monday, September 24, 2012 -- 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

WHY: Detroit Works Project Long Term Planning is utilizing the Telephone Town Hall format as another way for Detroiters to connect with project and provide input before the Strategic Framework Plan is completed at the end of October.  

CONTENT:  Luther Keith of ARISE Detroit! who serves as a Process Leader for the project and Alice Thompson of Black Family Development who serves on the project's Steering Committee will be answering questions about Long Term Planning, the Strategic Framework Plan, the Planning Elements and how the framework plan can be used to improve the Quality of Life for all Detroiters.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:   Detroiters can submit their name, phone number and zip code by calling 313-259-4407, emailing info@detroitlongterm.com or visiting www.DetroitLongTerm.com. The deadline for submitting contact information has been extended through Thursday , September 20.

If someone is unable to participate on the phone call, they can also listen online and submit questions by visiting www.DetroitLongTerm.com on Monday September 24 at 7 p.m. (Contact information provide will not be used for any other purposes other than the Telephone Town Hall)

 

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