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Listening sessions set for Bristol, Tennessee's upcoming budget

Listening sessions set for Bristol, Tennessee's upcoming budget

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BRISTOL, Tenn. — Bristol, Tennessee, leaders will hold two listening sessions led by the city manager and senior city staff so city residents can voice their opinions on the upcoming budget for fiscal year 2020.

The first Bristol Exchange meeting is set for May 9 at the Slater Center, and the second is set for May 30 in Tennessee High School’s auditorium. Both events start at 6 p.m.

Department representatives who interact with the community on a daily basis will be present to answer questions, share information on current projects or listen to suggestions from city residents, according to a news release from the city.

A copy of the proposed budget can be viewed on the city’s website at www.bristoltn.org.

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