The Daily Advertiser focused its coverage of the sixth Town Hall meeting on the 'closing arguments' of Joey Durel and Terry Huval.
The Advocate's coverage focused on the questions.
The reason there were more questions and answers was that the administration used a "questions via cards" system, similar to that used in legislative sessions and council meetings, to enable citizens to ask questions.
As a result there were no opportunities for speechifying at the microphone. The result was more productive session.