Release Date Nov. 1
The Metrocrest-area mayors will make a special appearance at Brookhaven College Nov. 12 for a panel discussion with students and the public. The event theme is "Politics, Planning and Opportunities."
Mayors Todd Meier of Addison, Matthew Marchant of Carrollton and Bill Glancy of Farmers Branch will be discussing a variety of local, current political topics such as urban renewal projects, the Lyndon B. Johnson freeway expansion and the Brookhaven College relationship.
The mayors are also expected to set aside time and take questions from the audience.
The panel discussion begins at noon in Bldg. K, Room K234. The Institute for Political Studies at Brookhaven College will be sponsoring the event.
Brookhaven College is located at 3939 Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch. For more information about this event, please call Ahad Hayaud-Din at 972-860-4137 or email aDin@dcccd.edu.
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