AE Generation Plan Forum Tonight

Come, talk, text

AE Generation Plan Forum Tonight

The big Public Forum on Austin Energy’s proposed Resource & Climate Protection Plan (aka "Generation Plan") is tonight, 6-9 pm at the Palmer Events Center. It's not a debate, like the WTP4 forum; this one's an interactive community conversation. Bring your cell phone to text and tweet questions and responses (But they'll have paper and pencils too!)

From the city's press release:

WHO: Mayor Lee Leffingwell and Austin City Council
Moderator Jim Walker
Panel of experts
General public

WHEN: Monday, February 22, 2010, 6:00pm

WHERE: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd., Austin, TX

WHY: This event marks the culmination of almost two years of public input and town hall meetings on this topic and will allow for thorough discussion with a panel and the general public. It is the second in a series of large town hall style meetings hosted by the Mayor. The format of this forum will have Jim Walker moderating the panel of experts who will speak to different issue areas and take questions from the public.

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