Everett Library Hosts “Share With Your Mayor” Monday

February 21, 2016

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Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson

If you’ve ever wanted to speak face to face with Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson you’ll get a chance tomorrow (Feb 21) as the Everett Public Library presents another “Share with your Mayor” event. Here are the details from Sarah Reyes at the City of Everett…

Community members interested in joining Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson for an informal lunchtime discussion are invited to attend “Share with Your Mayor” on Monday, Feb. 22, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Main Library Branch, 2702 Hoyt Avenue. This is the second in a new conversation series, occurring every other month, alternating between the two branches of the Everett Public Library.

Share with Your Mayor offers residents and business owners an additional opportunity to get updates from Mayor Stephanson about happenings in the city of Everett, including City projects, community developments. Attendees will also have the chance to ask questions and share feedback. The mayor also participates in monthly coffee chats at the Carl Gipson Senior Center and makes regular visits to neighborhood association meetings.

Lidded beverages and light snacks are permitted in the meeting room for Monday’s event.




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3 Responses to “Everett Library Hosts “Share With Your Mayor” Monday”

  1. Bourne Says:

    I will be mucking out the horse stalls during this time. Priorities.

    I’ll speak with hizzhonor at the ballot box.

  2. Zach Says:

    Wonder how many of you with an insatiable hatred of the mayor are gonna find a way to pussy out of actually meeting him and telling him your problems face to face.