Election 2010: There’s still time to send us questions for Tuesday candidate forum
TRUCKEE and#8212; The Sierra Sun and Moonshine Ink are still taking questions for Tuesday’s candidate forums featuring the Truckee Donner Public Utility District and Truckee Town Council races.
Tuesday’s forum takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Truckee Town Hall, 10183 Truckee Airport Road, and broadcast live on TTCTV Channel 24 and online at http://www.ttctv.org.
Candidates will not only be able to answer live audience questions, but also answer questions e-mailed to the Sierra Sun or Moonshine Ink in advance via Kevin MacMillan, managing editor of the Sierra Sun, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mayumi Elegado, publisher of Moonshine Ink, at email@example.com. Questions via e-mail should have “candidate forum question” in the subject line. The deadline for questions is the day before each forum.
Town council has three people running for four seats, and the PUD race features five people running for two seats.
A third forum, set for Tuesday, Sept. 28, covers the Truckee Fire Protection District with five candidates vying for three seats and the Truckee Tahoe Airport District, with six candidates running for two seats.
The forums are being put on by the Truckee Tahoe League of Women Voters, supported by a grant from the Pat Sutton Memorial Fund, the Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe, Mountain Area Preservation Foundation, Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce, Tahoe Sierra Board of Realtors and the Sierra Green Building Association, working with TTCTV Channel 24, the Sierra Sun and Moonshine Ink.
For information, contact Patty Lomanto of Truckee Tahoe League of Women Voters at 530-582-0726, Pat Davison at contractors association at 530-550-9999, John Eaton at mountain area preservation foundation at 530-587-1492, Lynn Saunders at the chamber at 530-587-2757 or John Falk of the board of Realtors at 530-546-4598.
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