City Spending: Where Should Our Money Go?
How is Jacksonville spending our tax money?
For years, city leaders have talked about bringing jobs and updating infrastructure to make Jacksonville more attractive. But are those investments spread across the city equally?
Join our panel of experts and moderator Melissa Ross for "Community Thread," a live, interactive, televised discussion, on June 29. If you can't attend, send your questions and comments about Jacksonville's public spending to email@example.com.
"City Spending: Where Should Our Money Go?" airs live at 8 p.m. June 29 on WJCT-TV and 89.9 WJCT-FM.
Confirmed panelists include:
- Downtown Vision CEO Jake Gordon
- Modern Cities co-founder Ennis Davis
- Nancy Ricker from ICARE
- John Watch, director of business development for the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce
- Concerned Taxpayers Vice President Durwin Davis
What are your thoughts or questions about city spending? Be part of our studio audience for this live event and share your voice.
- All guests must arrive at 7:30 p.m. and must be seated by 7:45 p.m. No exceptions.
- Tickets are free, but space is limited.
- No admittance without RSVP.
WJCT's “Community Thread” is a television program inviting the community to join us in discussing topics that affect us most.
Each quarter, the public is invited to submit questions on a new topic by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter, using the hashtag #WJCTThread.
The taping of “Community Thread” is open to the public. Audience members are invited to ask questions directly to a panel of experts. Our news team will also sift through the questions and provide answers to many of them in radio stories to keep the conversation going.