Wayne County executive to host community meetings

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Warren Evans, Wayne County executive - MT FILE
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Wayne County Executive Warren Evans will host four community meetings in the coming weeks to discuss the county's fiscal challenges.

In each meeting, residents will have the opportunity to pepper Evans with questions, a statement from the county said. Since taking office earlier this year, Evans has implemented a series of cost cutting measures to address the county's budget deficit. Some observers have suggested Wayne County could be the first to receive an emergency manager by Gov. Rick Snyder. Last month, Evans ordered a spending and hiring freeze



To attend any of the following meetings, residents are asked to RSPV at rsvpsoc@waynecounty.com. 
  • April 14, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Wayne County Community College District's Eastern Campus, Cooper Conference Room located at 5901 Conner St., Detroit. 
  • April 16, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Wayne County Community College District's Downriver Campus, Ray Mix Room East 126 located at 21000 Northline Road, Taylor.
  • April 21, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Wayne County Community College District's Northwest Campus, Denise Wellons-Glover Welcome Center, located at 8200 W. Outer Drive, Detroit
  • April 23, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Wayne County Community College District's Western Campus, Ted C. Scott Multi-Purpose Room, located at 9555 Haggerty Road, Belleville. 

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