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Montezuma Hot Springs Open House Meeting
Posted 08/13/2018 03:09PM
UWC-USA is convening a meeting to discuss the management of the Montezuma Hot Springs and to explore possible options to ensure that the hot springs can continue to be a good place for the school and the community. The meeting will be facilitated by Carl Moore and Jessie Lawrence. Their job is to conduct an open meeting where all ideas can be heard and considered.

An open house meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 5 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM at UWC-USA in Kluge Auditorium. The purpose of this meeting is to share information about issues relevant to the management of the hot springs and discuss potential options for the property. Please arrive a little early and check in at the Welcome Center on campus for parking and directions.

At the open house, the facilitators will ask for volunteers to participate in a second meeting to refine potential options for consideration by the UWC-USA Board of Trustees.

RSVPs are not necessary for the open house meeting. If there are any questions, please contact Jonathan Ehrlich 505-454-4235.


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