FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
April 22, 2021
Councilwoman Nguyen Shares Meeting Materials from Six Flags RFQ Respondents Community Listening Session
NEW ORLEANS - Yesterday evening, Councilwoman Nguyen hosted a Six Flags RFQ Respondents Community Listening Session, where the three shortlisted respondents provided a video introduction and PowerPoint presentation then accepted public comment regarding the presentations. The public comment received will be summarized in a document submitted to the Selection Review Committee for the RFQ, and some of the questions will be included in a questionnaire the respondents will complete as part of the final selection process. 

A full recording of the meeting including videos, presentations, and public comment can be viewed here: https://zoom.us/rec/share/t3GBzIwqShddXCjd32z5vBq6-JfOBXy7nI7ScH01ooltEPXLmnVK31cOl6H0PlGa._iUrtKf1rq8csHwE

The video introductions can be found here, in order of their showing in the meeting:

The full presentations can be viewed here, in order of their showing in the meeting:

Public comment and feedback are being accepted regarding these responses until Friday, April 23 at 5:00 PM. 

Please submit your public comment via email to victoria.lewandrowski@nola.gov
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