Council to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed 2016 Budget
SEATTLE - City Council will host its first public hearing on the proposed 2016 budget Tuesday evening in Seattle City Council Chambers. The public will have the opportunity to address Councilmembers regarding their priorities as it relates to the 2016 city budget.
Council received the Mayor's 2016 budget proposal on September 28. Councilmembers will spend the next two months reviewing and modifying the proposal to meet the needs of Seattle residents in areas such as public safety, education, transportation and affordability.
Seattle City Council Budget Public Hearing
Seattle City Hall
Council Chambers, Second Floor
600 4th Ave., Seattle 98104
Members of the Seattle City Council
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