Clark Anderson, Interim Director Rockies Program, at the Sonoran Institute, will be the keynote speaker at Eagle Vision 20/20, Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at Eagle Town Hall; his topic: Place Value: New Directions in Economic Development. 

Anderson directs the Institute’s Western Colorado Legacy Program; he has more than a decade of experience working with communities to align land use planning, community design and natural resource protection. Before joining the Sonoran Institute in the fall of 2008, he led the Local Government Commission’s Water and Land Use Program in California. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental biology from the University of Colorado and a master’s in geography from the University of California, Davis.

Matt Farrar, Eagle’s Assistant Town Planner, will follow the keynoter with an update on the Eagle River Park Project.  Mayor Yuri Kostick will present the ‘State of the Town’ and the annual Community Impact Award; this will be the second year for this award and will become a tradition at the Eagle Vision 20/20.

Mick Daly, JuicePlus+, and President of the Eagle Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, will deliver a brief update on the Eagle Business Roundup, CoWorking and the Chamber’s Fall Membership Campaign.

It’s traditional to host an after party and it will be held at the Brush Creek Saloon, 241 Broadway.  Every attendee at Eagle Vision 20/20 on Wednesday, October 7 will receive a one free drink ticket for a free glass of wine or beer; appetizers will also be provided.

Register online to have a pre-printed name tag when you arrive at townhall.  Click here

Eagle Vision 20/20 is held semi-annually and jointly sponsored by the Town of Eagle and the Eagle Chamber of Commerce.  For more information, contact the chamber’s administrator Mary Ann Morrison at 970.306.2262 or email.