Ward 6 Community Forum – Rethinking the relationship between Citizens and City Hall
Thursday May 28th at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM – Luther Tower 22nd Floor (highest viewpoint in Saskatoon) 1223 Temperance ST
Come share your ideas about the challenges we face in our community, our vision for the City, and the actions we can take as citizens to make the best of our opportunities. The discussion will be kicked off with ‘civic storytelling’ to help set the context and bring some key issues to life.
From Charlie Clark, Ward 6 Councillor:
The last 8 months or so at City Hall have been busy and challenging to say the least. This has caused me to reflect on the relationship between City Hall and citizens. It is important that we continually find ways to build a healthy and resilient community, together. In a smaller-sized city like Saskatoon, filled with talented people, we have tremendous opportunities to do this well.
In past years there have been Mayor’s Town Halls in each Ward. This will not be happening this year. Instead, I will be hosting a Ward 6 Forum to discuss how we can rethink the relationship between citizens and City Hall, as it relates to the key challenges we face, our vision for the City, and the actions we can take to make the best of our opportunities. The evening will include some ‘civic storytelling’ to help set the context and bring the issues to life.