Apr 15 2012

Piedmont Listening Tour Kicks Off With 4 Events

An Open Invitation to Residents –

A Listening Tour for all Piedmont residents will be held during April and May.  The tour will include 4 evening talks featuring an opportunity for residents to share thoughts on the Piedmont community and keeping it a great place to live.  The events will be held in the homes of local residents on the evenings of April 23, April 26, May 1 and May 2.  There is no fee to attend.

Piedmonters Invited to Share Thoughts on Keeping Piedmont a Great Place to Live:

The meeting dates, times and approximate locations are as follows.  Full details will be provided when you RSVP.

  • Monday, April 23 – Indian Road, Piedmont – 7 p.m. (only a few spaces left)
  • Thursday, April 26 – Wildwood Avenue, Piedmont – 7:30 p.m.  (some space available)
  • Tuesday, May 1 – Canceled
  • Wednesday, May 2 – Selborne Drive, Piedmont – 7 p.m. (some space available)

We hope you will select one of the meetings. Please RSVP by Monday, April 20, to Tim Rood at tsr12@columbia.edu with the meeting date that you chose.  Tim Rood, Steve Weiner, Al Peters, Kathleen Quenneville, Ryan Gilbert, Diane Allen

5 Responses to “Piedmont Listening Tour Kicks Off With 4 Events”

  1. Before signing up, it would be helpful to know which city department or commission is sponsoring the “Listening Tour” events and what the sponsor(s) intend to do with their findings.

  2. Karen, these are informal meetings of groups of Piedmont citizens in private homes. While some elected officials and members of Council-appointed commissions and committees are planning to attend (not a quorum of any such body, in case you were worried), these are not city-sponsored events.

  3. The 4/23 event has checked in full. Space is still available on 4/26 and 5/2. As a reminder, 5/1 has been canceled.

  4. Are you going to schedule one down in the Baja/Lower Grand area?

  5. Patty, I’m sorry you weren’t able to make the meeting at my house on lower Wildwood near Grand. There is still a little space left at the May 2 meeting up on Selborne, which is the last scheduled meeting remaining.

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