Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. Photo courtesy of city of Federal Way

Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. Photo courtesy of city of Federal Way

Mayor to host first-ever Facebook Live Town Hall meeting

Ask mayor questions about what’s happening in Federal Way at noon on Jan. 24.

Do you have a question about what’s happening in Federal Way?

Ask Mayor Jim Ferrell during his first-ever Facebook Live event. Tune in by visiting his Mayor’s Facebook page at noon on Thursday, Jan. 24. Type your question into the comments section before the event or comment during the live event. He will try and answer as many as he can during the live session.

“There has been a lot going on over the past few months here at City Hall: the release of the report from the Homelessness Task Force committee, passage of the Abandoned Shopping Cart Ordinance and passage of the 2019-20 biennial budget, to name a few,” Ferrell said in a city newsletter. “I’m looking forward to hearing what’s on your mind!”

Visit Ferrell’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MayorJimFerrell.

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