[Vision2020] Fw: Information Sessions on Moving the Farmers Market to Main Street

Bruce and Jean Livingston jeanlivingston at turbonet.com
Thu Sep 13 15:32:43 PDT 2007

FYI.  Notice of info sessions for input on moving some of the Farmer's Market bays to Main Street, which would be closed from Third to Fifth Streets under the proposal.

The Moscow Arts Commission voted to try this proposal in the last several weeks in October near the conclulsion of this year's Market.  Public input is still being solicited from businesses, interested  citizens and vendors.

Bruce Livingston

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Kathleen Burns 
To: Gary Riedner ; Bruce Livingston ; Carolyn Smith ; David Giese ; Donna Kendall Woolston ; Joann Muneta ; John Lawrence ; Mark Beauchamp ; Melissa Rockwood ; nethaniel earley ; Peg Sack 
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 3:09 PM
Subject: FW: Information Sessions on Moving the Farmers Market to Main Street

This is a note that went out to all of the Chamber members and Downtown Business owners. This is the schedule that has been set up for public input. Please share with folks who might have questions or an opinion they would like to share. This information was also shared with a PR Distribution List. 


Thank you for your help in getting the word out to folks in the Community. 


Kathleen P. Burns CPRP CPM 

Arts Director 

City of Moscow Idaho 


kburns at ci.moscow.id.us


From: Kate Sivley [mailto:staff at moscowchamber.com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 1:51 PM
To: Kate Sivley
Subject: Information Sessions on Moving the Farmers Market to Main Street
Importance: High


September 13, 2007



Information sessions will be held at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce regarding the proposal to move a section of the Farmers Market to Main Street. Several days with different times have been set up to try and accommodate people's schedules. These sessions have been targeted for Downtown Businesses to participate, but our open to all customers of the market and citizens of Moscow.  


Thursday                      September 13,                          2-4pm 

Monday                       September 17,                          12-2pm 

Wednesday                  September 26,                          8-10am.


The City of Moscow Art Department will also have an information booth set up at the Moscow Farmers Market. Surveys will be available for customers to fill out and give input regarding their market experience. 


Saturday                       September 15,                          8-12pm 

Saturday                      September 22                           8-12pm

Saturday                       September 29                           8-12pm 


Please plan to attend one of these information sessions, fill out a survey, and give comment on the proposed Farmers Market move to Main Street. 


For more information please call: 1.208.883.7036, Moscow Arts. Email: kburns at ci.moscow.id.us. 


Kate Sivley

Community Relations and Tourism Assistant

staff at moscowchamber.com

882-1800 / fax 882-6186
Moscow Chamber of Commerce


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