And that’s a wrap. The final two Telephone Town Halls on Metro’s potential ballot measure were held Wednesday night. The Metro Board of Directors is scheduled to consider the potential ballot measure and the draft spending plan during their June meetings. To see the previous Telephone Town Halls, click here.
Above and below is the audio from Monday night’s Telephone Town Halls (TTH) on Metro’s potential ballot measure. There are two more remaining: Wednesday, May 18, 6:15 p.m.: Sheila Kuehl, L.A County Supervisor representing the Third Supervisorial district, will talk to residents of the cities of Agoura Hills, Beverly Hills, [continue reading]
Above and below are the two Telephone Town Halls held Thursday evening to discuss Metro’s potential ballot measure with Los Angeles County residents. The next two Telephone Town Halls are Monday evening: Monday, May 16, 6:15 p.m.: Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker, Metro Board Member, will talk to residents in the City of Los Angeles [continue reading]
Here are recordings from the two Telephone Town Halls (TTH) that Metro held on Monday night to discuss the potential ballot measure with residents of Los Angeles County. Here’s the transcript for the city of Los Angeles TTH. I’ll add the transcript for the San Gabriel Valley TTH as soon [continue reading]
Above and below please find the Telephone Town Hall (TTH) meetings that Metro held last Thursday to discuss the agency’s potential ballot measure. Here’s the transcript for the South Bay and Westside TTH. And here’s the transcript for the Gateway Cities TTH. The meetings continue tonight: •6:15 p.m.: Stephanie Wiggins, Metro’s Deputy CEO [continue reading]
Metro held the first pair of Telephone Town Halls on Wednesday evening to help inform the public about the potential sales tax ballot measure the agency is considering. The recording above is from the Town Hall with Metro Board Chair Mark Ridley-Thomas and Metro CEO Phil Washington talking with residents of the [continue reading]
One in a series of posts that will look at projects and programs that would receive funding from the sales tax ballot measure that the Metro Board has approved to send [continue reading]
As some of you may have heard, Metro has been holding community meetings this month to help people understand the draft spending plan for the agency’s potential ballot measure to fund a long list of projects and transportation programs and improvements. If you couldn’t make it to a meeting, no [continue reading]