County Comissioners to Host Town Hall Meeting in Palm Bay
Palm Bay, FL – Brevard County Commissioners Kristine Isnardi (District 5) and John Tobia (District 3) announced that they will be hosting a general town hall on April 4, 2017, 6:00 p.m., at Palm Bay City Hall.
All Brevard residents are encouraged to attend this public event and let their voices be heard on the critical issues facing our county. This town hall will offer a unique opportunity for citizens to ask questions of their South Brevard County Commissioners and receive brief legislative updates on topics such as infrastructure, surplus county land, use of Indian River Lagoon tax proceeds, and community redevelopment agencies.
“This event gives us a chance to meet our residents and let them know that we are here to help with any issues they may have,” Commissioner Isnardi said. “I always enjoy the opportunity to hear from my constituents and learn what I can do as their Commissioner to improve the quality of life in their communities.”
Commissioner Tobia remarked about the upcoming event, “I look forward to speaking with citizens about the issues that are important to them and listening to their questions and concerns. It is my hope to hear from the community through a continued series of town halls about all issues.”
District 5 includes the Town of Indialantic, Town of Melbourne Village, and portions of the City of Palm Bay, City of Melbourne, and the Town of West Melbourne.
District 3 encompasses the City of Grant-Valkaria, City of Malabar, City of Melbourne Beach, and portions of the City of Melbourne, City of Palm Bay, and the Town of West Melbourne.
Palm Bay City Hall
120 Malabar Road
Palm Bay, Florida 32907
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Commissioner Isnardi’s contact: Danielle Stern at Danielle.Stern@brevardfl.gov and 321-253-6611
Commissioner Tobia’s contact: Christine Furru at Christine.Furru@brevardfl.gov and 321-633-2075