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July 18, 2013St. Joseph, MO |  By: Marsh

St. Joseph Public Meetings

The City of St Joseph will hold a series of meetings about the proposed public safety tax on the August 6th ballot.

Starting tonight, voters can gain an informed perspective of the public safety tax and it's intended uses. Public Information Officer for the City of St Joseph, Mary Robertson, says she hopes to see a large attendance at the information-only meetings.

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The first meeting is tonight at 7pm in the Fraternal Order of Police building, 3005 Pear Street. The next 3 meetings will be at 7pm in the Council Chamber in City Hall, 1100 Frederick Ave, on Tuesday July 23rd, Wednesday July 24th, and Monday July 29th. Voting day is August 6th and the public safety tax is the only issue on the ballot.