Each of the 19 neighborhoods in the city will take the focus in one of the meetings.
"It will be a chance to talk to people one-on-one and really get the city's ear if you feel like you don't have it so this is a nice chance to do that, and also it's a chance for your neighbors to get together," said Miriam Dickler, Charlottesville's director of communications.
The first town hall meeting takes place next Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Tonsler Park Recreation Center. That will be for the Fifeville and Starr Hill neighborhoods.
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