THINC Town Hall Meeting with the Mayoral Candidates – October 19th, 2009

THINC is proud to present a town hall style meeting with the 2009 Park City mayoral candidates.

Brad Olch and Dana Williams will be appearing live this coming Monday, October 19th at the Alpine Internet Café (738 Main Street). Come hear both candidates address the proposed Treasure Hill development project – one of the biggest issues facing Park City. The event starts at 6:00 PM and will last until around 8:30 PM. Here’s the schedule:

6:00 – 7:00 PM Brad Olch
7:00 – 7:15 PM Break
7:15 – 8:15 PM Dana Williams

Both candidates will be given an opportunity to discuss their thoughts on the Treasure Hill project, some of the history, and most importantly their ideas on what to do about it. There will also be time for questions and answers with both candidates so make sure to bring your questions and concerns.

This unique town hall style meeting is open to THINC members and all concerned residents of Park City.

Please spread the word and come out for this special opportunity to hear the candidates address this highly controversial issue. Space is limited so try to arrive early. I will also be sending out an Evite to better gauge attendance.

If you can’t make it, send me your questions or concerns at bvhutah@hotmail.com. I will do my best to get answers.

I hope to see you at this important event!

Regards,

Brian

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One response to “THINC Town Hall Meeting with the Mayoral Candidates – October 19th, 2009

  1. Diane Mellen

    Since people are calling for the “show and tell” at the last minute they don’t want anyone to show up. Then, of course, they can say the Community doesn’t care about this and we can proceed. The City has to have big b—- to stand up to all of this money and power. Enough of trashing our town.
    Hope there are people supporting this from Park Meadows, Iron Canyon, etc. as it should not appear to be a niby issue to City Hall. Although I am certain you have the entire town mobilized.
    Look for your next e-mail on the “walk”

    Diane

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