Avon candidate forum is Oct. 8
AVON — Public Access TV 5 and KZYR are hosting a public forum Oct. 8 featuring candidates for this fall Avon Town Council election.
The campaign season is expected to be lively with 10 candidates on the ballot to fill four slots. The event offers an opportunity for the Avon electorate to evaluate candidates in a side-by-side forum. Each candidate will have equal time to answer questions on a variety of topics, which will be presented by moderator Rohn Robbins.
A live radio broadcast of the event will be available on KZYR (97.7 FM). PATV5’s live television coverage is available over the Internet at http://www.publicaccess5.org. Both begin at 7 p.m.
Topics will include the candidates’ visions for the future, how the town can strengthen its relationship with Avon businesses, neighboring communities and how it can engage with Eagle County and valley organizations.
The forum will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 8 in Avon Town Council chambers at 1 Lake St. in Avon. Elections will be held Nov. 4 in Avon Town Council chambers or by mail. Mail-in ballots will be sent to all registered voters the week of Oct. 14.
Robbins practices law in the valley. He is the founder and chairman of the Vail Valley Charitable Fund, chairman of the Vail Symposium and writes the weekly Vail Law column for the Vail Daily.
The schedule for the candidate forum on Oct. 8 is:
6:30 p.m.: Informal meet & greet
7 to 8 p.m.: Live radio broadcast on KZYR (97.7 FM) and live video internet coverage on PATV5 (www.publicaccess5.org)
8 to 8:30 p.m.: Questions from the audience with continued coverage on PATV5
8:30 to 9 p.m.: Informal, post-forum social
To submit a topic or question for consideration, or for questions about the forum, please contact the organizers:
• J.K. Perry, Public Access TV 5 executive director, Vailchan5@comcast.net.
• Rohn Robbins, moderator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Amy Phillips Public Access TV 5 president, 970-331-1645, AmyVail@KW.com.
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