So I guess now the public and media need to ‘Pre-Register’ for press conferences because there seems to be a shortage of chairs . . . kind of like the EC Campus book club meeting.

This new administration really doesn’t understand open government.

4 Thoughts on “City requiring ‘Pre-Registration’ for media event about Transit

  1. Paul ElevenHaken on March 29, 2019 at 11:42 pm said:

    Too many buzz words.

  2. Blasphemo on March 30, 2019 at 1:57 am said:

    “Engaging residents” and “prototyping solutions”. Oh. You mean…interviewing or surveying the locals, and thinking up some fixes, right? Gosh. What novel and innovative cutting edge new ways to approach problems.

  3. Open Meeting on March 30, 2019 at 8:36 am said:

    The press release states the event is free and you must register.

    It is an event that could easily be held across the street at the downtown library which has plenty of room to accommodate the public.

    This is yet another attempt by TenHaken/Beck/Nelson to control the setting.

    The event is also an OPEN MEETING that involves tax dollars.

    I am going to the press conference and as a taxpayer I refuse to register.

  4. suckers on March 30, 2019 at 1:47 pm said:

    Just know when you register you are allowing Everbite to sell your personal data to who ever they choose for what ever reason they may wish. The best thing that could happen is 30 people show up with no registrations to be part of the meeting.

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