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Apr.17 - City Council to hold Council Work Session tomorrow on Parking Study, Capital Projects and Debt

By Lou Phelps, Savannah Business Journal

April 17,2017 -  With the reduced bi-weekly schedule of regular Thursday working sessions that Mayor Eddie DeLoach put in place several months ago, work for the City Council is backing up.  An unusual three-hour work session on a Tuesday was publicized today. 

There will be a meeting of the Savannah City Council on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Media Room, on the second floor of City Hall.  The AGENDA is as follows:

-          Parking Study Implementation

-          Capital Projects Status Review

-          Debt Overview

-          FY18-FY22 Capital Investments

According to Alderman Van Johnson, “We were given alternate days and dates to choose from; some of us can make it; some of us can’t."

All Work Sessions are open to the public.

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