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Mayor Hosts Town Hall by Phone Tonight

Gloucester Township Mayor David Mayer pitches the call-in session as an opportunity "to receive input from our citizens about how we can improve the quality of life in our community."

Gloucester Township Democrats released the following press release:

Gloucester Township Mayor Dave Mayer will host an hour-long Telephone Town Hall Meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Residents are encouraged to call toll free (888) 409-5380 from their home or cell phone to participate in a live question-and-answer session with Mayer.

“The goal of this live Telephone Town Hall Meeting is to encourage participation in township government and to receive input from our citizens about how we can improve the quality of life in our community,” said Mayer. “This will be an interactive opportunity for residents to share their vision of the township’s future and discuss how we can work together for a better Gloucester Township.” 

The live Telephone Town Hall Meeting is open to all residents of Gloucester Township. Residents will receive a phone call prior to the start of the meeting.  Those residents that are available and want to participate can stay on the line to share their ideas with Mayer. A recorded message with directions to join the call will be left for residents that do not answer. Residents who do not receive a phone call can also call the toll-free number, (888) 409-5380, from their home or cell phone to participate.

To listen live during the Telephone Town Hall Meeting, visit www.voteteammayer.com. An audio recording of the town hall meeting will be available after the event at the website.

Great Job Gt March 04, 2013 at 02:40 AM
I got some bad news. I will be leaving for Florida first thing in the morning. It's been fun but business first.............I hope you guys and gals have some good debates. Remember everyone is entitled to their opinions. Take care.......
Debbie Shinn March 04, 2013 at 02:45 AM
Be safe Gt.
Great Job Gt March 04, 2013 at 02:50 AM
I will. Be nice to Paul he means well. Continue your debates.....god bless America.
Susan Greene March 04, 2013 at 01:14 PM
Have a safe trip GJGT, when will you return? It's a shame you won't be here for the hearing on Wed., You know, the former councilwoman hearing. I know everyone is waiting to see if the comments will be reviewed and sequestered again by Patch Staff. Maybe not, because all the personal attacks on the Mayor just this week obviously haven't been reviewed and removed. I hope that they" Patch" are not holding a "former Councilwoman " in higher regard than a seated Mayor like they have been doing in the past. Maybe the new Editor in Chief will be more balanced on Patch policy. Hurry back , I can't believe you are going to leave me alone with all of the "I hate everything they post about Township" bloggers. I'm so scared, they may pick on me for Loving G.T. with my positive outlook on the progress here in the. past 3 years.. LOL, SMH, just smile, I .do...
Nancy Fritz March 17, 2013 at 09:06 PM
When I read all of the comments, I become very discouraged about our society. It seems no one has the maturity or the decency to allow another to express their views without hate mongering or giving the person a degrading insult. Everyone, when you express your opinion and then bash or make negative, insulting, immature or hateful remarks you completely discredit yourselves. You sound ignorant and it is a huge red flag not to consider anything you say as anywhere near having a shread of credibility or accuracy. It is tiring reading all of these negative comments and it interferes with a good, clean debate and exchange of information.

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