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Posted on: October 1, 2018

Branson Board of Aldermen Study Sessions to Move Location

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The Branson Board of Aldermen study sessions will be moved from the City Hall courtroom to the council chambers to allow for more room.

Due to the increase in number of people attending Branson Board of Aldermen study session, the City is moving the study sessions down the hall to the council chambers. This will allow more people to attend in a comfortable manner.

The City of Branson encourages civic engagement and would like to invite all residents and business owners to get involved by attending both the Board of Aldermen meetings, held every second and fourth Tuesday nights at 6 pm in council chambers as well as study sessions. Study sessions are held on an as-needed basis when the Board of Aldermen needs extended discussion or clarification on a topic.

You can sign up for alerts that are sent straight to your phone when study sessions are scheduled and get alerted when the agendas are posted, on our website:

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