Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center posted this notice of a virtual town hall meeting scheduled for Oct. 18, 2012, regarding public pensions:

Pension coalition reaches out via compressed video

Public can join discussion at 6 community colleges, UW

Meeting set Thursday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

Continuing its effort to educate the public and public employees about Wyoming’s Public Pension system and its key role in both better government and the state’s economy, the Coalition for a Healthy Retirement System has planned a virtual town hall meeting  Oct. 18.

Wyoming Retirement System Director Thom Williams will outline the basic aspects of the system and how its health can be maintained over the long-term.  Williams will be joined at Laramie County Community College, the origination site for the compressed video “broadcast,” by several other speakers, including a Cheyenne fire fighter.

The public can attend at the following locations:

  • Cheyenne – Laramie County Community College, Education & Enrichment Center Room 132
  • Casper – Casper College, Goodstein Library Room 102 (Seating limited)
  • Laramie – University of Wyoming, College of Education Room 2
  • Powell – Northwest College, Moyer Building Room 108
  • Riverton – Central Wyoming College, Intertribal Building Room 125
  • Rock Springs – Western Wyoming Community College, Annex Room A102
  • Torrington – Eastern Wyoming College, Tebbet Building Room 270

Two town hall meetings in November
The coalition conducted a live town hall meeting Aug. 14 in Sheridan. Two other live town hall meetings are scheduled, including one Nov. 8 in Cheyenne at the DOT auditorium, and in Casper on Nov. 28 at the Nichols Auditorium on the Casper College campus.


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