City Hall coming to the Bronx next week

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City Hall will be making its way to the Bronx starting next week. City Hall will be making its way to the Bronx starting next week.
THE BRONX -

City Hall will be making its way to the Bronx starting next week.

Those who normally work at city hall in Manhattan will be listening to Bronx residents during the City Hall In Your Borough Tour.

Community Affairs Commissioner Marco Carrion says the mayor will be having lunch throughout the city, and agencies will be holding a variety of events.

"This will be great," says Carrion. "People are really going to feel the administration in The Bronx.”

He says it is a great chance to have their voices heard about issues like adding stop signs or reducing water bills.

Mayor Bill de Blasio will be having a town hall Wednesday in Soundview where people can ask him questions about their community.

Those interested in going to the town hall event can register online.

Resource Fair
Sign up to attend via at nyc.gov/Bronx or call 212-748-0281.

Town Hall
Residents of the 18th Council District are asked to RSVP by Friday, May 19 at noon via email at townhallrsvp@cityhall.nyc.gov or by calling 212-788-1412. 

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