SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson will give his annual State of the City address at the first Town Hall Meeting of 2011 on Feb. 9.
The Town Hall Meeting takes place at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center Ballroom.
The quarterly Town Hall Meetings are a chance for citizens to directly address their elected representatives, according to the city. There will also be a progress report on goals the city is trying to reach.
Attendees can ask questions and be eligible for door prizes.
The meeting will be videotaped for broadcast on the City's Government Channel 8.
For more information, contact the Public Information Office at 912.651.6410.
Copyright 2011 WTOC. All rights reserved.
This man jumped into the Savannah River for a quick dip on St. Patrick's Day, supposedly in celebration of the Irish Holiday.More >>
During his visit to the 2018 Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade, Vice President Mike Pence received a "Make St. Patrick's Day Great Again" ball cap, and Mayor Eddie DeLoach gave him a tour of Savannah's historic city hall.More >>
Leftover cups and trash still littered the streets near City Market Sunday morning as dozens of workers, garbage trucks and street sweepers worked to get downtown back to normal after Saturday's celebrations.More >>
A cold front will drop in from the north Sunday and then stall near the Altamaha Sunday night. The front will then lift back to the north as a warm front on Monday as an area of low pressure moves through the Tennessee Valley.More >>
Fourteen people were injured after the second floor of Rogue Water Taphouse collapsed Saturday evening.More >>