On Nov. 29, Council Member Jumaane D. Williams hosted a town hall meeting with District Leader Josue Pierre, East Flatbush Village, Radio Soleil, and Life of Hope at P.S. 181. Constituents and interested members of the public learned about city initiatives and raised issues of concern to Council Member Williams and representatives from various City agencies.
"My office continues to put together town halls as often as possible because we know how valuable they are for constituents. They are great forums to share information to community members who may not be aware of the programs and resources available to them", said Council Member Williams. "Thank you to Principal Victor Esannason for allowing us to host this event at P.S. 181, and to our co-sponsors and agency representatives for participating in our town hall."
"It is leadership of this type that makes Council Member Jumaane Williams relevant," said Ricot Dupuy of Radio Soleil. "We are proud to have supported this town hall."
"East Flatbush Village, Inc. is proud that NYC Council Member Jumaane D. Williams is always at the forefront, taking a proactive approach when it comes to our community. These town hall meetings give the community an opportunity to learn about city initiatives, voice our concerns to Council Member Williams and the representatives from the city agencies," said Monique Waterman, founder of East Flatbush Village. "It is always empowering to me when our community has the opportunity to have a voice on how they are affected. As a community, we need to take advantages of these opportunities as they are not always afforded to us. Once again I thank Council Member Williams and his office and those who came out to support this valuable event."
- Department of Buildings
- Department of Consumer Affairs
- Department of Education
- Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
- Department of Homeless Services
- Department of Sanitation
- Department of Transportation
- Fire Department
- Human Resources Administration
- Human Rights Commission
- Housing Preservation Development