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Ward 6 public meeting will focus on youths

Residents of Ward 6 neighborhoods are invited to talk about youth issues at a community meeting Wednesday.

The meeting, which will start at 5:30 p.m. and is expected to last about three hours, will be in the Copper Room of Randolph Golf Course, 600 S. Alvernon Way.

It was organized by the ward’s councilwoman, Nina Trasoff; Tucson Unified School District; and Voices for Education, a statewide education advocacy group, the nonprofit said in a news release.

Registration is not required, but the nonprofit group asks that people who plan to attend call 324-0881 or e-mail info@voicesforeducation.org to give their name and preferred language.

Ward 6 neighborhoods are between Grant Road and 22nd Street, ranging from Interstate 10 on the west to Wilmot Road on the east.

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