Lisa’s Schedule-

Lisa and Leonard May talk with neighbors at Martin Acres Neighborhood Annual Picnic (Sept. 12)

Lisa and Leonard May talk with neighbors at Martin Acres Neighborhood Annual Picnic (Sept. 12)

Friday, September 25, 12-1:30 pm, participating in PLAN-Boulder County Candidate Forum at Alfalfa’s meeting room with Jared Kaszuba, Jyotsna Raj, Lisa Morzel, Michael Kruteck, and Suzanne Jones.

Friday, September 25, time TBD, Downtown Boulder Meet and Greet.

Saturday, September 26, 3-5 pm, Fundraising Party for Lisa and Cindy Carlisle at Don and Alice McDonald’s.

Wednesday, September 3o, 6-10:30pm, Gunbarrel Community Candidate Forum, Hills Lutheran Church, Lookout at N. 71st.

Thursday, October 1, 7:00-8:30 pm, UniHill Candidate and Ballot Issue forum, Grace Lutheran Church, 1001 13th St.

Monday, October 5, 10am to noon or 1-3 pm, Daily Camera Candidate Profile tour with Erica Meltzer.

Monday, October 5, 6:30-7:30 pm, Martin Acres Neighborhood Candidate Forum, Church of the Nazerene, Broadway and Dartmouth.

Thursday, October 8, 12 pm Boulder Hotel Association Lunch, Hyatt Place Hotel

Thursday, October 8, 5:30-8:30 pm, City Council Candidate Arts Forum, Shine Restaurant, 2027 13th St.

Saturday, October 10, 10:00-11:30 am, League of Women Voters Candidate Forum, City Council Chambers

Monday, October 12, 6-9 pm(?), Fraser Meadows Retirement Community Candidate Forum

Wednesday, October 14, 7:30-8:45 am, Fair Wages: League of Women Voters Breakfast event, First Congregational Church

Tuesday, November 3, Election Day

Boulder City Council Schedule

Boulder City Council 2013-2015

Top Row (Left to Right): George Karakehian, Suzanne Jones, Mary Young, Lisa Morzel and Macon Cowles Bottom Row (Left to Right): Sam Weaver, Matt Appelbaum, Tim Plass and Andrew Shoemaker

The Boulder City Council meets most every Tuesday evening (often well into the night) working as a group to provide leadership and direction for the city in a partnership with the City Manager, the City Attorney and a hard working staff.

Most every meeting allows for public comment, with anyone able to directly address the Council in person.

The meetings are carried live on Boulder Channel 8, a local government television broadcasting station and multimedia video production facility. They are also re-run frequently.  Live or archived City Council meetings can be viewed on your computer at Boulder Channel 8

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