FERGUSON, MO (KTVI)-Ferguson is set to hold three separate town hall meetings Monday night.
City leaders are hoping to split the crowd in three by holding separate meetings. That should make it easier for residents to voice their concerns.
This all stems from the shooting death of Michael Brown in August and the unrest that has followed. The unarmed teenager was shot to death by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
A grand jury is considering charges and the city is considering changes.
One of them may include forming a citizen review board to oversee the police department. That’s sure to be a key topic during the town halls.
The first town hall will be held at at City Hall on Church Street. Another one will be held at Wellspring Church on South Florissant Road, and the third town hall meeting will be at Our Lady of Guadalupe church on Hawkesbury Drive.
Each meeting is set to last between 6p.m. and 8p.m.
Al Ferguson residents are invited.
These are the first of a series of town hall meetings that will be held in Ferguson over the next several weeks.
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