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Officials with the County of El Paso announced Monday that they are seeking public input about events and entertainment at county facilities during a community meeting on Tuesday, June 15th.
“We call on the community and many of our talented event organizers to provide their input as we embark on this exciting study of our County assets,” said County Judge Ricardo A. Samaniego. “The participation of the community will be key to help boost the County’s tourism efforts and we want to make sure that they are part of this process.”
Officials say the meeting will help kick off a study of possible improvements to the County Coliseum, a potential amphitheater and the region’s event marketplace of concerts, family events and sporting competitions.
County Commissioner David Stout said the study comes at a key time.
“With the investments we are making in Ascarate Park, and with the work over the years on the Coliseum building and grounds, we are positioned to take the next step to ensure we are using County assets to their best effect,” Stout said. “We have a lot to offer and I’m excited about making it happen.”
It will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 15th, online and in-person inside the west concourse of the County Coliseum, 4100 East Paisano.
To attend the meeting online, click on the following link: