Live Nation citizens advisory council meeting

Representatives from Live Nation, the organizers of the Seven Peaks Festival, and local members of a citizens advisory council created to monitor the event, listen to Chaffee County Commissioner Keith Baker (off camera) explain the group’s mission at its inaugural meeting.

The Chaffee County Commissioners are accepting letters of interest from Buena Vista area residents who want to serve on the resident advisory committee for the Seven Peaks Music Festival.

People who served on the committee last year are welcome to apply for this year’s committee, but service last year is no guarantee of reappointment.

The proximity of one’s residence to the event site will be a consideration.

Items the committee will consider and make recommendations about include traffic flow and control, sound mitigation and noise abatement, lighting, privacy screening and so on.

In addition, this group may form the core membership of a working group to establish county-wide policy and a handbook for special events after the event is over.

More information on this project will be shared after the group convenes.

There should be no more than five meetings, including at least one site visit to walk the grounds and provide suggestions to the promoter’s representative on the set-up.

Letters of interest should include residence address, qualifications and reasons you want to be on this committee.

Please submit letters of interest via email to pbaldwin@chaffeecounty.org not later than close of business Wednesday, June 19.

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