Council work session 1-24-23 | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    There will be a special meeting of the Washington City Council on Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at 3:30pm at the Washington-Warren Airport Conference Room located at 200 Airport Road, Washington, NC. The Purpose of the Meeting is for the following: work session.


    Contact: Cynthia S. Bennett, MMC,   City Clerk
        CITY OF WASHINGTON
        102 East 2nd Street
        Washington, North Carolina 27889
        Ph: (252) 975-9318  •  Fx: (252) 974-6461
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