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Town Hall

A meeting in which management makes a presentation to all staff, followed by a question and answer session. Town halls are sometimes accused of being scripted in order to give the appearance of transparency without actually providing any useful information.
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Senator Jon Tester today hosted a public in-person town hall meeting in Great Falls to hear from local residents.
In this regard, I would like to thank all the employees who participated in these meetings, and look forward to next year's Town Hall Meetings.
Expected attendance at the Town Hall meetings will include homeowners of distressed properties and those interested in learning more about home pricing, short sales, foreclosure, modifications and government programs like HAMP and HAFA.
We will be working to establish Town Hall meetings in Elk City, Stillwater, Ponca City, Shawnee, Lawton, Clinton/ Weatherford, and McAlester or any other place that at least 10 nurses would be wiling to meet together as ONA members.
The visit, since this was deemed an historical event, was the first time a USTRANSCOM commander has conducted a town hall meeting with the entire headquarters.
Telework Exchange, a public-private partnership focused on promoting telework across government, today announced the program details for the upcoming Spring 2012 Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at the Walter E.
The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai and the Northern Emirates held its monthly town hall meeting on May 22 at the Consulates Rizal hall.
The CEO Town Hall meetings were attended by more than 75 per cent of Alba's workforce.
House of Representatives members are not holding any town hall meetings during the summer congressional recess, according to the nonpartisan activist organization No Labels.
According to Stark, expected attendance at the Town Hall meetings will include homeowners of distressed properties and those interested in learning more about home pricing, short sales, foreclosure, modifications and government programs like HAMP and HAFA.
La Pine also said NCUA representatives announced they are developing information credit unions can present to their boards that better explains corporate stabilization, which had been requested in previous town hall meetings.
Town hall meetings will continue on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.