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Town hall on Thursday will feature local, state and federal officials
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Elected officials representing Forsyth County at the local, state and federal levels will be on hand next week for a town hall meeting.

The town hall will be held on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Lambert High School’s auditorium and will feature U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, state Sen. Greg Dolezal, state Rep. Todd Jones, Sheriff Ron Freeman, Forsyth County Commissioners Dennis Brown and Laura Semanson and Forsyth County Board of Education Chair Kristin Morrissey.

“This town hall will be an opportunity for Forsyth County residents to share their thoughts and concerns with us and to let us know how we can better serve our constituents,” Woodall said in a news release. “A constructive dialogue with those whom we represent makes representative government work, and I look forward to visiting with my constituents and answering their questions.”

The meeting will give attendees updates and allow them to give feedback to the officials.

“The most enjoyable part of representing Forsyth County is spending time hearing from and getting to know our citizens,” Dolezal said in the release. “This Town Hall provides an excellent opportunity for our wonderful community to let us know what is on their mind.”