PAC-3 Meeting this Sat, 09 Jan 2016

To All District 3 Neighbors, Please join us this Saturday, Jan 9th, from 10 am to noon for our monthly PAC3 meeting. The meeting is held at 1309 Halley Street, Durham, NC 27707 (Community Family Life & Recreation Center at Lyon Park.) This meeting provides a wealth of information and is a great forum for citizens to interact the with law enforcement and other Durham City and County departments.  If you have a neighborhood concern, bring it!

If you’ve never been to a PAC 3 meeting, come see what you’re missing! The meeting agenda will include: Guest Speaker/Topic:  Bertha Johnson, Director of the Department of Budget & Management Services for the City of Durham, will present an overview of the 2016-2017 budget development and oversight process in preparation for our annual “Coffee with Council” that is scheduled for our February monthly meeting. Ms Johnson will include the following in her presentation:

  • How the budget is developed.
  • Sources of revenue for the City of Durham.
  • And how citizens can best voice their input.

If you have questions or recommendations to the City Council about the budget that you would like to submit prior to the Coffee with Council Meeting, please bring your questions in written format to the January meeting this Saturday. Your written questions will be submitted to the Council in preparation for the February meeting, “Coffee with Council.” Police and City Department Reports: As always the meeting will include reports from various City Departments and our District 3 Commander, Capt Robert Gaddy,Jr., offering you the opportunity to voice your concerns, questions and comments. *** Neighborhood Listserv Moderators: Please forward to your neighborhood listserv or website. Join us this Saturday. We look forward to seeing you. PAC3 Co-Facilitators JoAnn Comis 919-225-5176 Mike Mayo  973- 722-4772

About PAC3:Partners Against Crime,District 3 is much more than our name implies; We strive to educate and provide our neighborhoods in District 3 with the tools and venue necessary to promote a stronger, safer community, and higher quality of life. Learn more at: