To find out, first remember this date: Saturday, September 7, 2013.
Then remember this place: Marriott Champions Circle Hotel, 3300 Championship Parkway, Fort Worth, Texas.
And finally remember this time: 7:00 (both AM and PM).
While no site has been selected for the convention yet Dixon observes, "Our state committee is evaluating several locations throughout the state and will finalize the decision before the end of the year."
Major agenda items for the Ft. Worth planning session include forming Credentials, Platform and Rules Committies and stocking them with chairpeople and members.
Following a social hour the 7:00 PM time period will be taken over by an urban planning forum under the guidance of Texas State Libertarian Executive Committee member and debate moderator Caroline K. Gorman.
The forum, titled "Urban Planning: What Could Go Wrong?" is hosted and organized locally by Tarrant County LP chair Allen Patterson and is part of the state LP's Liberty Speakers Series.
The scheduled 90 minute debate/discussion includes the following panel members:
Barry Klein, president of the Houston Property Rights Association, has helped property rights activists around the US defeat zoning proposals, helped organize petition drives, and is currently advising activists in 10 Texas cities with charter amendments.
Randy Dunning was elected to the Garland City Council in 2002 and reelected in 2005, was elected Mayor Pro Tem, was appointed Chairman of two Council Subcommittees and was invited to Iowa in 2011 to train the leadership team of "Strong America Now" in door-to-door retail politics.
John Basham is President of Texans for Government Transparency who ran for the Tarrant Regional Water Board in 2012 and is an activist who "denounces government involvement in economic development" while advocating responsible water management policies.
Vince May is considered an expert on transportation who advocates user fees over tolls as a better source of funding for roads and sees state organs focused on transportation as a means of controlling and taxing people.
So now you know: Libertarian planning is voluntary; government planning is coercive.
Marriott Champions Circle Hotel
3300 Championship Parkway
Fort Worth, Texas 76177
LP Planning Session: 7:00 AM
Urban Planning Forum: 7:00 PM
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