Saturday, January 10, 2009
Community Coversations Planning Continues
On Saturday morning a group of 25 planners, hosts and facilitators met on Saturday morning to continue planning for a series of conversations around the city on the day Barack Obama is sworn in as president.
These conversations are designed to get community members to engage in conversations about ways in which Middletown can become a better place to live.
The Community Coversations will be hosted by a number of Middletown organizations, and locations throughout the city. Currently there are at least 14 locations. Some, like the discussions at the Russell Library will be open to the public, while others will consist of members of specific groups like Rotary.
A complete schedule of events will be published in the Eye the weekend before the inauguration, and a dedicated website is being created to provide information about the Community Conversations.