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Posted on: July 14, 2017

Mayor's One City Campaign Launches

Mayor Sammy Phillips will help launch a year-long campaign to promote civility, caring and collaboration between Citizens of Jacksonville 9AM, Friday, July 21 at Jacksonville City Hall.

The campaign comes after a year of meetings with members of the City’s faith community where the need for tolerance, understanding and civility was discussed. The group is now announcing a series of events promoting these needs across our community.

Mayor Phillips will lead the announcement Friday morning. Previously the Mayor had announced the campaign in February during the State of the Community Address. He offered the project was an extension of the City’s mantra of being "A Caring Community," and follows on the discussion with the faith community to campaign for a civil society.

The One City campaign will encourage Citizens to take individual and group actions that would promote a more civil society and to practice tolerance of views and opinions different from their own. The One City Campaign works to promote respect, caring and collaboration between all Citizens for a better Jacksonville.

The vision for the One City campaign is a unified and Caring Community. We are One City.

The announcement will end with a joint call to promote Jacksonville as One City, our City, and My City. It will call on Citizens, neighborhoods, groups and congregations as others to take individual actions that help make us One City.
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