Citizens First invites you to the:
Blacksburg Town Council Candidate Forum
Wednesday, September 14th, 7pm-9pm
Community Room, Blacksburg Library
Come hear the positions of Blacksburg Town Council Candidates on the important issues facing Blacksburg in the coming years:
School property development
Blacksburg quality of life
Residential code enforcement
Bikeways and safe routes to schools
Relations with Virginia Tech
Candidate management style
There are 5 candidates running for 3 positions this year:
Melvyn Jay “Mel” Huber
The election of members of Town Council and the Mayor are held on the general election date in November of odd-numbered years beginning in November 2009. The mayor serves a four-year term and the council members serve four-year staggered terms.
Citizens age 18 and over may register to vote at the Montgomery County Voter Registration Office, Room 220, Christiansburg, VA, 540-382-5741; at the DMV when applying for a motor vehicle driver’s license; by mail (applications available at the Blacksburg Library, Blacksburg Post Office, DMV, Christiansburg Library); or in person at special registration locations set-up prior to elections.
Blacksburg has two polling places for local elections: the Blacksburg Community Center and the Library. Call 540-382-5741 for voter registration information and locations that provide public assistance or are primarily engaged in serving persons with disabilities.
Blacksburg Town Council
Citizens First for Blacksburg is a non-partisan Political Action Committee constituted by Blacksburg area residents (including Montgomery County & Christiansburg) to promote good governance and vibrant citizen democracy.
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