Mayor Coffman slates town hall meeting Saturday, focusing on Aurora crime


AURORA | Mayor Mike Coffman will be holding a town hall meeting Saturday afternoon with the Aurora Police Department, which will provide an update on crime in the city.

On his Twitter page, Coffman said that APD will discuss motor vehicle theft in the city and well as violent crime rates in general. 

“There will also be an update on Aurora’s new camping ban ordinance by the mayor and an update on the city’s water conservation measures by Aurora Water,” Coffman wrote.

The city council recently passed an ordinance limiting the size and plant species allowed in lawns, as well as prohibiting turn in new golf courses and medians. 

The meeting is scheduled to take place from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hoffman Heights Library, 1298 Peoria St.

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Debra MacKillop
Debra MacKillop
22 days ago

Coffman announces these town halls at last minute, makes them in inconvenient location and for 1 hour only which means he doesn’t usually even take questions. He doesn’t really want to see or talk to any constituents. Just like in Jan. 2017 when I showed up along with hundreds of Aurorans concerned about our ACA healthcare that he was trying to get rid of, and he snuck out the back door in secret when he saw that he would really have to answer for his efforts to hurt Aurorans and deprive us of our healthcare. VOTE COFFMAN OUT.

21 days ago

That’s one and a half hours, you, Mayor Coffman hating math wizard.