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Americans invited to town hall meeting

US Consul Mary Ellen Koenig(File Photograph)

American citizens in Bermuda have been invited to a town hall meeting at the official residence of United States Consul Mary Ellen Koenig.

Attendees will be able to ask questions about topics of interest and there will be a presentation about voter registration and absentee ballots for the upcoming election.

With space limited to 120, those wishing to attend should register and on doing so will be notified that a space has been reserved for them.

“To ensure the presence of as many Americans as possible within the limited space, the Consulate has limited attendance to Americans only and is, therefore, unable to accommodate non-American family members,” the US Consulate said in a statement. “The first 120 registrants will receive notice that a space has been reserved for them.

“They will be asked to confirm their attendance several days prior to the meeting.

“Registrants not among the first 120 will be put on a wait list and notified should a space become available.

“Consul General Koenig looks forward to welcoming Americans to her home.”

To gain admittance to the town hall meeting, all attendees will have to present their American passport.

The meeting will beheld at Cedarhurst at 33 Wilkinson Avenue in Hamilton Parish from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on May 19.

American citizens over the age of 18 can register online at the US Consulate’s website.