Farkas, whose ward includes the Saddledome, said he also wants to find out whether residents support city taxpayers contributing financially to a new arena, and whether they would like to have their say on an arena deal in a formal vote.
City administration is expected to bring options to city council in April for funding and financing various projects, including a new arena to replace the Saddledome, a doubling in size of the BMO Centre, an expansion of Arts Commons and a new field house.
Farkas said the arena is estimated to cost about $600 million.
You can attend the town hall Thursday at 7:00 pm at the Acadia Recreation Complex.
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