Town Talks with the Mayor

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Danville residents have a new way to stay connected as Mayor Newell Arnerich hosts a monthly live stream broadcast called Town Talks with the Mayor. Town Talks takes place on the 1st Friday of each month at 9:00 A.M. and is live-streamed via the Zoom app. The program is intended to provide a safe way for residents to connect with their community leaders and get up to the minute information on the issues and topics important to Danville. To register for the program, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XWLFQp1ZSWaGYN9oF4gR2w

Viewers are able to ask questions using the chat feature or can email questions ahead of time to towntalks@danville.ca.gov. Following the program, the recording will be uploaded to the News Feed below, as well as the Town of Danville’s Youtube channel.

For more information on Town Talks, contact Deputy Town Manager Diane Friedmann at (925) 314-3378 or dfriedmann@danville.ca.gov.




Danville residents have a new way to stay connected as Mayor Newell Arnerich hosts a monthly live stream broadcast called Town Talks with the Mayor. Town Talks takes place on the 1st Friday of each month at 9:00 A.M. and is live-streamed via the Zoom app. The program is intended to provide a safe way for residents to connect with their community leaders and get up to the minute information on the issues and topics important to Danville. To register for the program, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XWLFQp1ZSWaGYN9oF4gR2w

Viewers are able to ask questions using the chat feature or can email questions ahead of time to towntalks@danville.ca.gov. Following the program, the recording will be uploaded to the News Feed below, as well as the Town of Danville’s Youtube channel.

For more information on Town Talks, contact Deputy Town Manager Diane Friedmann at (925) 314-3378 or dfriedmann@danville.ca.gov.



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