Ferguson city council meets at city hall

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FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – The Ferguson city council Tuesday night met for the first time at city hall since the August unrest over the Michael Brown shooting, and once again heard from people upset with the way the city has handled events since then.

The council had met in larger venues to handle big crowds of concerned citizens and residents who turned out.

One speaker announced that a citizen petition drive was starting tonight to meet requirements for a state audit of Ferguson city government.

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