I wanted to forward this event to you in case you hadn't heard of it. Roger Brooks will be the keynote. It is free to attend and has opportunities for stakeholders, business owners and civic leaders.
Please invite any of those groups who might be interested in joining. Dayton, I was wondering if BPAC and/or trails groups could benefit from this?
If you have any questions, please contact the Brigham City Economic Development office - info listed on the flyer.
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One more with the flyer attached. (Insert embarrassed emoji here.)
Here is the flyer for the downtown revitalization boot camp. You will see that some of the sessions are geared toward property owners and merchants, but I think
it would still be valuable to sit in and listen to those discussions. On Wednesday, the lunch would be something of interest to you. Thanks.
Paul Larsen AICP
Community and Economic Development Director
20 N. Main Street
Brigham City UT 84302
Phil Collins, MS
Bear River Health Department
655 E 1300 N Logan UT 84341