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City seeks questions from the public for upcoming ‘State of the City’ event on 9/15

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present a State of the City breakfast forum on Friday, September 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 am. The program provides an opportunity to learn about Rochester’s future by Rochester Mayor Paul Callaghan and City Manager Katie Ambrose.

In addition, several city leaders will participate in a moderated panel discussion that allows the public to submit questions in advance. If you would like to submit a question to city leadership, email your question to Matt Wyatt at matthew.wyatt@rochesternh.gov. The moderator will accommodate as many questions as time allows.

The event will be hosted by Frisbie Memorial Hospital, at the Frisbie Community Education & Conference Center, located at 11 Whitehall Road in Rochester. The event is open to both Chamber members and the public. The cost to attend is $25.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit the Chamber website at www.rochesternh.org or call the Chamber office at (603) 332-5080.

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