Discussion on the Future of Arizona State Parks in Sedona on Sept 30th

[Source: Sedona Times]

A public discussion on the Future of Arizona State Parks will be held on September 30, 2010 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Sedona Public Library located at 3250 White Bear Rd, West Sedona.

Excerpts from the documentary film  “Postcards from the Parks” which highlights the plight of the State Park system in the state’s current financial crisis will be shown, and a panel of experts and elected officials will discuss the future of AZ State Parks.

The theme of the evening is “Will/Can the State Park system survive and if so in what form?”

Speakers are:

Reese Woodling:     Chair of Arizona State Parks Board

Tom O’Halleran:       Former State Senator and State Representative and former Chair of the House Natural Resources Committee

Chip Davis:               Yavapai County Supervisor

Matt Ryan:                 Coconino County Supervisor

Rob Adams:              Mayor, City of Sedona

Bob Burnside:          Mayor, Camp Verde

Sandy Bahr:              Sierra Club Government Relations

The public is invited to attend and participate in the panel discussion.

Sponsored by Benefactors of Red Rock State Park, Democrats of the Red Rocks, Friends of Verde River Greenway, Keep Sedona Beautiful and the Sierra Club. Contact BIRGIT LOEWENSTEIN 928-282-0777 Chair, Benefactors of Red Rock State Park,  Email: roseb@esedona.net.

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