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Teens meet city leaders in Brighton town hall format

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By Sean Kennedy

Middle school and high school-aged students from around Brighton connected with council Oct. 4 at the inaugural Teen Town Hall, hosted at the Armory, 300 Strong St., by the Brighton Youth Commission. The event gave teens the opportunity to get to know members of council and city management informally over a pizza dinner and ask questions in a roundtable question-and-answer session. 

The event drew a large amount of participation from local teens, prompting Mayor Ken Kreutzer to suggest that the event be continued on a quarterly basis. 


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