The forum went very well. I was told that there were probably double the number of expected audience attendees. There were four scheduled speakers instead of the announced three. The event ran late, but it was most informative and helpful, particularly the presentation about BRIDGES. Feel free to ask CMA if there's anything we can do (maybe CMA should take up the Outkast/Grammys controversy, as was suggested last night).
CAN TV was there too. And speaking of CAN, if you haven't already done so, be sure to contact the mayor encouraging him to support the May 5 Stone ordinance.
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