Police, downtown group co-hosting public meeting

Open discussion will be held on issues of concern

Fargo City Hall file holiday closings
Fargo City Hall in downtown Fargo will be one of many area government agencies that will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. Forum file photo.
Forum file photo

FARGO — Fargo Police Sgt. Brent Halverson will lead a meeting and open discussion on downtown issues this Wednesday morning, Dec. 1, at 9 a.m. in City Hall at 225 Fourth Street North.

The police are joining with the Downtown Community Partnership in co-hosting the event called a "Downtown Download."

Topics of discussion will include updates from the downtown neighborhood on crime, bar close, food carts and transient camps.

The meeting is open to the public and downtown residents can attend to share their concerns. Those unable to attend can submit questions and concerns to Halverson at

The meeting will be streamed live on the City of Fargo's Facebook and Twitter accounts and broadcast via and Fargo Access Channel 56.

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