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Here's how north Forsyth County residents can hear from their elected officials
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This week, several officials representing Forsyth County will be on hand to discuss issues and take questions from the public.

Starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, a town hall meeting will be held at the performing arts center at North Forsyth High School, located at 3635 Coal Mountain Drive, where attendees can hear from 10 local elected officials, who represent the county at the federal, state and local levels.

Officials expected to attend are Sheriff Ron Freeman, Forsyth County Commissioners Cindy Jones Mills and Molly Cooper, state Sens. Greg Dolezal and Steve Gooch, Forsyth County Board of Education members Darla Light and Kristin Morrissey, U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, state Rep. Marc Morris and Forsyth County Coroner Lauren McDonald.

Questions can be asked in-person at the event or be pre-submitted at www.tiny.cc/iow25y