COA Website Public Forum Set for Wednesday June 17, 6:00 – 7:30 (details inside)
[The following message was distributed by Matt Esquibel, webmaster for the City of Austin]
We just wanted to touch base with you to inform you that we will be briefing Council on June 18, 2009 about the status of the AustinGO project. The presentation will include a brief project history and outline our plans to close the old RFP and move forward with a new process.
We also wanted to invite you to a public forum on Wednesday June 17, 2009 at the Carver Museum from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. to discuss the AustinGO project moving forward. We hope to provide insight into the direction of the project and listen to the the thoughts and ideas of the community in attendance. We plan to have more public forums in the coming months and will provide more information as dates, times and formats are determined.
Please help us spread the word to people in the community!
Matthew “Mateo” Esquibel
[This message was delievered via Facebook - Austin GO Event Page. When did the City start using Facebook for update distribution. Checking to see if the AustinGO.org site has been updated.]
The City of Austin is hosting a public forum on AustinGO initiative on Wednesday (6/17) at the Carver museum from 6pm-7:30pm. They’ll be putting out more details soon but this is all the information we have for now.
So, join the OpenAustin team at the Carver museum to help the City move the AustinGO initiative forward!
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