Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson is calling on all the city's young citizens to attend a town hall meeting tonight. The mayor and city council members held a news conference yesterday, saying that teens and young adults say there's simply nothing to do here, and that's when some turn to crime.
The mayor says now's the chance for them to make a change.
That meeting will be held tonight in the Savannah Civic Center Ballroom at 7pm.
Reported by: Jamie Ertle, firstname.lastname@example.org
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