We hope to see you at the College Park Purple Line forum THIS Thursday, January 10 at City Hall! Please forward this email to any folks who live, work, study, or play in College Park. We have an AWESOME program planned - jam-packed with terrific speakers who will highlight the economic development occurring in College Park and update us on plans as the project becomes a reality.
A few things to know about the evening:
- The event is on Thursday, January 10, 2019, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at City Hall in College Park (4500 Knox Road, College Park, MD 20740). If you are driving, please get your free parking pass from the front lobby window.
- We will have a Meet and Greet from 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Because of the number of speakers on our panel, we will start the program portion of the evening promptly at 7 pm.
Seats are filling and we are looking forward to a great crowd for our panel that evening. Attendance, as always, is free and open to the public and media, but your seat must be reserved in advance. Seating is limited to the first 100 folks with reservations.
Speakers for the forum include:
- Fred Craig, Chief Executive Officer of the Purple Line Transit Partners
- Bradley Frome, Senior Policy Advisor to the Prince George's County Executive
- Anna McLaughlin, Assistant Director of Sustainability at the University of Maryland’s Department of Transportation
- George Trujillo, Associate Vice President, Facilities Management, for University of Maryland University College
- The Honorable Patrick Wojahn, Mayor of College Park
As you can see, this is going to be a very informative evening for the community and we hope you will join us!
Media is invited and inquiries can be made to Christine Scott,[email protected]lelinenow.com.
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Christine Scott, Executive Director