Perhaps they’re meeting alongside the protesters in Acacia Park because, just by looking at the agenda, it’s anybody’s guess where they’re meeting.
Or even what time the meeting starts.
Maybe council members and county commissioners need to jointly collaborate on getting the word out about what is supposed to be a public meeting.
Earlier this week, The Gazette asked Aimee Cox, council liaison, to provide an agenda of the meeting.
Today, the newspaper received what the city is calling an agenda.
Here’s the full text of the city’s email:
Here are the topics that are scheduled for Monday’s joint meeting between Councilmembers and Commissioners.
Sub-committee reports (perhaps animal control, perhaps the two bodies’ shared vision, perhaps economic development)
Planning for Oil & Gas Collaboration
Discussion of what barriers there may be to mutual success of collaboration