According to Commissioner Jolley, the consultants hired to review the city's ongoing foray into public power are tentatively scheduled to meet with the public on August 11 at 7:00pm. The location has not yet been decided.
I think it's great news the ECP board may not be around. It's my understanding they've already had their chance to talk with these folks.
It's long overdue for the public to have a chance to voice their concerns on this boondoggle without having to put up with the less than professional behavior from the chair of this board and its director.
I certainly hope that no city commissioner, city staffer or ECP board member is involved with this meeting. If they want to show up, they show up as an audience member only with no preferential treatment given.