08 February, 2014

Think Of It As A St. Albans Town Meeting

Don't think of it as a Neighborhood Watch meeting.  Mayor Callaway will speak and answer your questions about felony crime arrests rising 144% in St. Albans. Members of the St. Albans Police Department will be there. Will you be there?

Ask the mayor about what St. Albans is doing to identify upstream threats to our water. Councilwoman Cheryl Thomas will be there. Will you be there?

Will you speak up and tell your mayor, your councilperson and your police department what's on your mind?

6:30PM this Tuesday 11 February at The Crossing Church, 2031 Harrison Ave.

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