Madison: Save the Date: Eastside Alders Meet & Greet to Foster Community Connections and Collaboration
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Madison, WI ~ On Friday, May 26th, Eastside residents are invited to join Alders representing Districts 3, 15, 16, and 17 for an evening of conversation and connection at the Eastside Alders Meet & Greet. The event will take place from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at La Taguara, located at 3010 Crossroads Drive in Madison. Appetizers will be provided.

Common Council President Jael Currie expressed her enthusiasm for the event, saying "I'm looking forward to hearing about the shared and unique experiences of residents in a relaxed setting where they can engage not just with their alder but alders who represent the east side."

Derek Field, District 3 Alder, highlighted the importance of creating low-barrier opportunities for community engagement. He said "Not everybody is comfortable appearing at official City meetings to approach their local officials - and that's okay. I'm excited to meet and hear from fellow East Side neighbors in a casual, low-barrier setting where we can connect and talk about what matters to them."

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Alder Sabrina Madison, newly-elected and eager to contribute to the community, added "As your newly-elected alder, I am excited to hit the ground running and get to work on the priorities that matter most to our community. I firmly believe that in order to make meaningful progress, we need to work together as a team and listen to the voices of all our constituents. That's why I am thrilled to invite you to our Eastside Alders Meet & Greet event."

The Eastside Alders Meet & Greet aims to create an inclusive environment where residents can connect with their elected representatives and discuss matters of importance. Attendees can expect an atmosphere of collaboration and open dialogue that will help build a stronger community for all residents. For more information or media inquiries please contact Alder Sabrina Madison at or 608-403-5665.

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