County Council holds public meeting on May 29 in Thornbury

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Delaware County Council will once again hold its public meeting in the community with the goal of providing residents with more options to interact with their county government leaders. Council will hold its public meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29 at the Thornbury Township Building located at 6 Township Dr. Cheyney, PA. The offsite meeting is part of council’s ongoing efforts to enhance communication with residents by taking meetings out into community.

“Holding evening meetings in the community makes it more convenient for some Delaware County residents to attend a council meeting and become more involved with their local government,” said Delaware County Council Chairman John McBlain. “It also gives Council the opportunity to highlight events and accomplishments of the residents, local groups and leaders.”

County Council will conduct its regular business meeting at the Thornbury Township Building. There will be no meeting of County Council on May 29 at the Government Center in Media. The public agenda media, held the day before each council meeting will take place at its normal time and location at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28 at the Government Center in Media.

The May 29th County Council meeting taking place at the Thornbury Township Building marks the 29th meeting Council has held in various communities since Council launched the outreach effort with a meeting in Collingdale in February 2009. Since then, Council has held outside meetings in the City of Chester, Concord, Brookhaven, Clifton Heights, Chadds Ford, Ridley Township, Upper Darby, Glenolden, Marple, Bethel, Springfield, Prospect Park, Newtown Township, Aston, Aldan, Garnet Valley, Haverford, Brandywine Battlefield Park, Radnor, East Lansdowne and Upper Chichester.



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