There is a special Zoom meeting you don’t want to miss tonight.
West Palm Beach mayor Keith James is inviting you to participate in a virtual community Town Hall tonight at 5 p.m. to discuss issues of social justice, racial equity, and police/community relations.
This virtual event is FREE and open to the public and includes quite a lineup of Palm Beach County officials. You’ll be able to ask questions of:
Congresswoman. Lois Frankel, Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner, Palm Beach County State Attorney,David Aronberg and West Palm Beach Police Chief Franklin Adderley, amonth others. Here’s the mayor’s invite:
Dear West Palm Beach neighbor:
I am writing to invite you to a virtual community Town Hall tonight at 5 p.m.
These past few weeks have once again brought the issues of social justice, racial equity, and police/community relations to the forefront. What would victory in these areas look like for West Palm Beach?
Join us for the Town Hall. We will share updates coming out of the City and community, answer your questions, and receive your comments. This virtual event is FREE and open to the public.
Joining us for the Town Hall will be:
Hon. Lois Frankel, U.S. Representative (FL-District 21),
Hon. David Kerner, Palm Beach County Mayor,
Hon. David Aronberg, Palm Beach County State Attorney,
West Palm Beach Police Chief Franklin Adderley,
Bishop A. J. Wright, Manifest Church Head Pastor,
Patrick Franklin, Urban League of PBC President & CEO, and
Rick Reikenis, Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Chair.
To join the webinar via Zoom, just click this link: https://zoom.us/j/98307633955. Written questions, comments and feedback may be submitted live via the Zoom webinar.
You may also listen to the Town Hall via the phone by dialing: (888) 475-4499 or (877) 853-5257 (Webinar ID: 983 0763 3955). We will also broadcast the Town Hall LIVE on Facebook, WPB-TV, YouTube and on our website.
If you would like to submit a question or comment but won’t be able to join the Zoom event, you may do so on our website. Please visit: https://www.wpb.org/government/communications/virtual-town-hall. If you miss the Town Hall, don’t worry. We will rebroadcast it on all of our channels.
I hope you can join us. This will be the first of many conversations, actions and collaborations held in our city with the goals of developing a mutual understanding among our residents and strengthening the unity in our community. Working together, we can make progress for an even better West Palm Beach.
Yours in service,
Keith A. James, Mayor