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.

Guy Padgett

Guy V. Padgett has been with WyoFile since October of 2011. He serves as WyoFile’s operations director

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