Q&A session about Port Orchard city code change March 21

PORT ORCHARD — Should Port Orchard change its current second-class city status to become a non-charter code city?

Members of the City Council and Mayor Rob Putaansuu are seeking input from residents at a question-and-answer session March 21. The hearing is set for 6-7 p.m., in council chambers at Port Orchard City Hall, 216 Prospect St.

For more information about a proposed change, visit the city’s website at www.cityofportorchard.us.

The council also is asking citizens to participate in an online survey also on the website.

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