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We are planning on having a staff meeting tomorrow**;** Friday, June 5th 11am-12 noon in our conference room. Semi colon, or comma?

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    Semicolon is a full stop. Comma is not. Which do you hear there? – John Lawler Jun 4 '15 at 14:36
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Comma. Semicolons are used when the sentence fragment can stand alone as a sentence - "Friday, June 5th 11am-12 noon in our conference room" cannot.

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I'd actually suggest neither. What you need there is a colon: " to inform the reader that what follows the colon proves, explains, defines, describes, or lists elements of what preceded it."

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