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Syracuse redistricting group releases final map for public feedback

Final redistricting map
The final map created by the Syracuse Independent Redistricting Committee.

The Syracuse City Redistricting Commission on Thursday afternoon released its final proposed map of the city's Common Council districts.

The group is accepting public feedback starting Monday through July 19. The full and district maps are available online but will also be on display. Community members can view the final proposals along with population statistics at City Hall Commons Lobby on East Washington Street next week from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The public can submit comments in a suggestion box or share feedback using a web-based form. After the comment period, the commission will hold two more public meetings to collect in-person feedback before sending the map to councilors for a vote.

The first meeting is set for July 20 at the South Side Innovation Center, while the second is scheduled for July 21 at Northside Learning Center.

Katie Zilcosky is WAER’s All Things Considered host and features reporter. She also co-hosts WAER’s public affairs show Syracuse Speaks. As a reporter, she focuses on technology, poverty, and identity.