Celebrate the Completion and Success of the Citizens’ Agenda Phase One Project

Together We Reached Another Milestone on the Path to a Sustainable Calgary. It is time to Celebrate the Completion and Success of the Citizens' Agenda Phase One ProjectSustainable Calgary Society launched the Citizens' Agenda project in 2005. One thousand citizens volunteered 5000 hours to the task of analyzing the State of Our City Report Indicators and brainstorming actions and policies to tackle the city’s most pressing issues. These citizens selected 12 policy and action priorities that would create a healthier, more caring, vibrant and sustainable Calgary over the next five years (www.sustainablecalgary.ca/home.html). The Citizens’ Agenda report was completed this spring.Please Join us for a wrap up discussion of Phase 1 of the Citizens’ Agenda and a look at the final report:Tuesday, July 24, from 5.30 to 9.30 p.m. at the Old YWCA building (main floor), 223 12 Ave. SWA light snack will be providedCitizens' Agenda Phase II - A City Built for Everyone will again invite Calgarians to put their heads and hearts and hands together to make these priorities a reality. We want the dialogue to continue and deepen. Over the next five years, we will be convening action teams to take on this task. Decision makers, thematic experts and citizens working together will create action plans – the roadmaps of how we will achieve these priorities. Outreach and education teams will be ambassadors for the process reaching out into communities and organizations throughout Calgary to promote A City Built for Everyone. Before taking the next step, let's celebrate the incredible contribution that was made to completing Phase 1.We hope you can join us!RSVP by Friday, July 20 to Colleen McCracken at colleenmccr [at] gmail [dot] comBabysitting and transit passes provided on requestSustainable Calgary SocietyPhone (403) 270-0777 MailSuite 321, 223 – 12 Ave. SWCalgary, AB T2R 0G9Visit Our Website http://www.sustainablecalgary.caWinner of 1998 Mayors Award for Environmental Communication2001 Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre Award of Distinction

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