When the Phoenix City Council met in the middle of the night in mid-November, it was a rare event.
The meeting was held in the lobby of a downtown Phoenix hotel, with more than 600 people in attendance.
It was the largest gathering in the city’s history, and organizers hoped it would be a big success.
Phoenix City Hall was packed with people from all over the city, including hundreds of business owners, students, retirees, people who have moved to Phoenix, and even a few city employees.
Some were attending because they had moved to the city from elsewhere.
Some came because they were just looking to meet up with their friends.
Some of the people attending the meeting were not just Phoenix’s city employees or retirees.
It included dozens of local businesses, including restaurants, bars, and hotels.
It even included Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, who was there to meet with the city council to discuss a proposed development that would house a new Phoenix Public Library.
There was a lot of excitement about what was happening at Phoenix’s largest civic meeting, as well as the city at large.
There was a palpable sense of hope and anticipation among the crowd, especially for the city of Phoenix.
As we saw in the media, Phoenix is a big city.
There is a lot to celebrate.
But there is also a lot that is in flux and waiting to be done.
So we decided to put together a list of 10 things that should be on your radar for the upcoming meeting.
The 10 things we have circled on the top are:1.
What’s happening at the Phoenix city council meeting?2.
What is the Phoenix Public Libary?3.
What are the City’s upcoming changes to the Phoenix Housing Finance Authority (PHFA)?4.
What do you think the next Phoenix mayor should do about Phoenix Public Libraries?5.
What did you do at the previous meeting?
If you are a city resident who is not attending the Phoenix meeting, there are still a few things you can do to be a part of the excitement at the meeting.1.
Go to the website of the Phoenix public library.
You can access this information by visiting the Phoenix Libraries website, clicking on the link above, and clicking on “View or Print Library Data.”2.
Attend the Phoenix Council meeting.
Phoenix has an open session schedule, so you can participate without having to wait in line for 30 minutes.3.
Make sure to check out our video blog at www.phoenixswapmeet.com.
There you can watch live videos of the city meeting and of the council meeting, and also check out a number of other interesting articles that we have posted on our website, such as:We will continue to update this article as new information becomes available.
In the meantime, let us know what you think about these 10 things at the upcoming Phoenix City council meeting.