Commissioner John Daily, Brian Desloge, and district 8 state house candidate, Alan Williams, were at the Mary Brogan Museum to answer questions and share their ideas.
Dailey said, "Growth is probably the number one issue because it directly or indirectly impacts all aspects of quality of life, whether it's education, whether it's public safety, whether it's parks."
Alan Williams, a former aide to Mayor John Marks mentioned that young people will help pass the buck saying, "The actual good part of it is they are now helping their community and helping, you know, some kid who needs a mentor or someone who needs support."
The forum also hosted several other events for young professionals to learn about opportunities in Tallahassee to get more involved.
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