Thurs May 3, 2007 - Envision Oregon in Eugene tonight

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Thurs May 3, 2007 - Envision Oregon in Eugene tonight

Postby Kevin » Thu May 03, 2007 11:42 am

Envision Oregon tonight!

"It is now our opportunity and our responsibility to be Oregon's visionaries. We can't expect someone else to do it for us."
-- Dominic DiPaolo


Dear friends,

Join us on Thursday, May 3rd, 6-9 pm on the University of Oregon campus for a town hall forum about the future of our state as Envision Oregon "Round 2" kicks off in Eugene.

REGISTER: https://secure.tumblehome.com/envisiono ... _Event.php

Last year more than 1,000 Oregonians from around the state gathered in Envision Oregon "Round 1" to identify common values and develop a vision for the future.¬? This year the discussion continues in "Round 2" as we refine the vision and begin the work of making it a reality. ¬?We hope you will join your friends and neighbors in this conversation.

How do we retain the character of our communities while strengthening our economy? ¬?How is land use planning connected to quality of life? ¬?Come help answer these questions as we discuss them and other topics, including:

* Towns and Neighborhoods
* Jobs and the Economy
* Land Use Fairness (a.k.a. "What to do about Measure 37?")

Speakers include:

* Pete Sorenson, Lane County Commissioner
* Jefferson Smith, The Bus Project
* Bob Stacey, 1000 Friends of Oregon

Details:

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007
5:30 pm - Registration begins, pre-ordered dinner
6:00 pm - Welcome by Pete Sorenson, Lane County Commissioner
9:00 pm - Adjourn

University of Oregon Recreation Center, Bonus Room
1320 15th Avenue (next to Hayward Field)

Free; $10 for pre-ordered dinner

REGISTER: https://secure.tumblehome.com/envisiono ... _Event.php

INFO: http://EnvisionOregon.org/events/eugene-round2

Please register whether or not you want to pre-order dinner for $10.

Partners in the Eugene town hall forum include:

* Bus Project
* Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
* Goal One Coalition
* Housing Alliance
* League of Women Voters of Oregon
* SOLV
* 1000 Friends of Oregon

If you are unable to join us in Eugene there will also be opportunities in Newport, Salem, and other communities across Oregon. For a complete schedule of "Round 2" events, visit:

SCHEDULE: http://EnvisionOregon.org/events

I hope you will join us there,

Rob Zako and the rest of the Envision Oregon team

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Rob Zako
1000 Friends of Oregon
rob@friends.org
http://www.friends.org

Share your vision for Oregon: http://www.EnvisionOregon.org
Support 1000 Friends of Oregon: http://www.friends.org/support

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
-- Margaret Mead (1901-1978) quoted in John M. Richardson, ed. Making it Happen, 1982
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