Thursday, July 19, 2007

What YOU can do to get your voice heard!!

Here are several ideas of upcoming events to GET YOUR VOICE HEARD to the current and future politicians and be a part of the community:

Monday July 23rd:

Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission: The Commission will consider final approvals
for the Harrison Square definitive agreements during a special meeting at 4:30 p.m. Monday, July 23 on the 7th floor of the City-County Building. The Commission is the sole entity responsible for approving the agreements.

Fort Wayne City Plan Commission: Zoning map amendments are up for final approval at the Commission's Business Meeting. The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Monday, July 23 in Room 200 of the City-County Building. Certain properties within the Harrison Square development are being requested to be rezoned to commercial status.

River North Development Public Input: Northside High School 5:30 PM

Libertarian Party of Allen County Business Meeting and potluck: 6:30 PM

Tuesday July 24:
ILBA Meeting 2:00 PM Rocking Horse

City Council Meeting 5:30 PM An ordinance outlining the bond financing for the Harrison Square development will be discussed and final approval could come at the July 24 City Council meeting. Room 200 of the City-County Building. City Council is being asked to approve a lease for certain land and public improvements between the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Authority and the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission. The lease provisions are the same as those that have already gained approvals from the Redevelopment Authority and Redevelopment Commission.

Wednesday July 25:
INCA Meeting 7:00 PM Piere's

There are several MORE opportunities to get your voice heard around the county and state: Here is just a partial list. Please add to them!!

Saturday July 28:
Indiana Tea Party sponsored by Hoosiers for Fair Taxation


Kody Tinnel said...

Thanks for all of the great information.

ROACH said...

it dont mean a thing, if it aint got that bling- meaning- unless the LP can show some major cash to spend- $100,000 or more, then they will be considered nothing more than collective farts in the wind.

sad but true. besides, drunks dont smoke.

so I heard Horner was a Marine veteran? I always support, and vote for veterans, because without them , we would have no rights at all.

ROACH said...

oops- I meant drunks dont vote.

LP Mike Sylvester said...

Doug Horner is an ex-marine...

Bill Larsen is an ex-sailor...

Mike Sylvester

Jennifer Jeffrey, Chair LPAC said...

And there are many members who are veterans and some active duty (my husband Jeremiah).

And Roach, yes, no fear--we are gaining ground. Our candidates have some good backing and most of us are spending our own money to make things happen.

BUT OF COURSE...if anyone would like to donate to any campaign our our party we will GLADLY accept contributions.. legal contributions....just get hold of me. Soon on the website you will be able to donate, as well.