It's about time somebody threw a monkey wrench into the machine, way to go Emett....
Good comments, I hope you guys are able to attend. A work-session is just like a council meeting and will be open to the public and televised.
Maybe we could add a Q&A for people after any council discussion and/or staff presentation. In my experience it’s usually best to have staff give a presentation and then open up for questions. Things seem to go smoother. Of course this is just my opinion but I'd be willing to bet the other council members wouldn’t mind something like this. I’ll ask if we can have a Q&A session.
said work session needs to be open to the public with time for questions
Ultimately, wherever it is built someone will be upset over its location. Therefore it should be built in the location where it will be the most cost efficient and effective. Period!
I think it will be a good idea to have a worksession on the topic. Discussing it all together will give all the councili members a chance to listen together and be on the same page about the facts, even if we don't all agree.
I look forward to it.
"Alvarez settled on requesting that the engineers - Austin-based Camp, Dresser and McKee - give the council a full report on its findings, analysis and selection process."
Fine with me as long as #1 the bill for this report is presented at the same time so we can find out how much this "request" will cost and #2 Alverez explains why he couldn't understand the existing reports/data.
bravo mr alvarez, bravo