Mayor Dana Ralph

Mayor Dana Ralph

Kent Mayor Ralph plans four community conversations in February

A chance for residents to make comments, ask questions of fifth-year mayor

Kent Mayor Dana Ralph has scheduled four Coffee & Conversations in February to let residents ask her questions and so she can listen to their comments.

“As your mayor, it’s important to me to hear from you, your neighbors and other Kent residents about what they’d like to see their local government working on,” Ralph said in a statement. “I will be available to answer your questions, listen to your thoughts and priorities and share information about what we’re working on at Kent City Hall.”

Voters elected Ralph in November 2021 to a second four-year term.

The schedule:

• Tuesday, Feb. 1

8-9 a.m. at Kent City Hall, Council Chambers, 220 Fourth Ave. S.

• Wednesday, Feb. 16

6-7 p.m. at Half Lion Public House, 2019 W. Meeker St.

• Monday, Feb. 28

1:15-2:15 p.m. at the Kent Senior Activity Center, 600 E. Smith St.

• Monday, Feb. 28

7 p.m. on Facebook Live


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