Port Alberni to hold e-Town Hall Meeting

Ask questions about the 2018-2021 budget online or in person

The city of Port Alberni will be holding an e-Town Hall Meeting on Monday, Jan. 29.

READ: Port Alberni city council to ‘stay on course’ for five-year budget plan

The format of the meeting will allow opportunities for members of the public to voice their opinions, suggest new ideas and ask questions about the city’s 2018-2021 Draft Financial Plan.

Questions received through the city’s social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) will be presented for response throughout the evening. You can join the conversation by posting your question on the Budget Event page on Facebook, or by tweeting @cityportalberni.

The 2018-2021 Draft Financial Plan is available to view here.

The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in council chambers and will be streamed live here.

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