Flat Rock village council to hold town hall meeting Sept. 9

From the Village of Flat Rock website:

The Flat Rock Village Council will hold a town hall meeting for the village community on Thursday, September 9, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Masks will be required, and seating will be distanced. 

This will be the third town hall meeting of the Council and is a way to help village residents become more involved with their local government and talk with their elected leaders. 

“Our earlier town halls were well attended,” said Mayor Nick Weedman. “We’ve had a chance to have extensive discussions on issues like traffic concerns, how to allocate the American Rescue Plan funds the village has received, and other topics of interest with those attending. Meeting in the evening lets us have conversations in a more informal setting and at a time that allows those unable to come to day-time council meetings to attend.”

Each meeting follows a format of brief introductions by village officials and then an extended time for attendees to provide input and ask questions on topics that are important to them. 

This town hall event will be held Thursday, September 9, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the parish hall of St John in the Wilderness Episcopal Church (1895 Greenville Highway, on the corner of Greenville Highway and Rutledge Drive). Future town hall dates and locations will be announced on the village website (villageofflatrock.org) and Facebook page

For more information, please contact the Village of Flat Rock at 828.697.8100.

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