Coney Island

Stringer to hold Brooklyn town hall

July 28, 2016 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Anticipating his town hall, Comptroller Scott Stringer says he is “looking forward to working together to create real solutions for our city.” Photo courtesy of Stringer’s office

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer is coming to Brooklyn to hear what residents have to say.

Stringer will hold a town hall on Thursday, Aug. 4 at the New York Aquarium Education Hall at Surf Avenue and West Eighth Street in Coney Island. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

The town hall, which Stringer is presenting in partnership with U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, state Sen. Diane Savino, Assemblymember Pamela Harris and Councilmembers Chaim Deutsch and Mark Treyger, is open to all, but will focus on issues of concern to residents of Southern Brooklyn, according to the Comptroller’s Office.

Stringer will discuss ways to improve city services and explain how the Comptroller’s Office can help New Yorkers. 

“From Bensonhurst to Coney Island, Bay Ridge and Brighton Beach, we want to hear what’s on your mind,” Stringer said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to working together to create real solutions for our city, and I want New Yorkers in Southern Brooklyn to know that my office is here to help.”

To RSVP for the town hall, email [email protected] or call the Comptroller’s Office at 212-669-3916.

 

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