A meeting ONLY for residents of the streets below will be held tonight to inform them of the status of their homes.

Tonight, 8 p.m., Gallogly Events Center, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

6 p.m. Busses depart shelters

6 p.m. Check-in opens

8 p.m. Residents meeting begins

9 p.m. Press conference at media staging area with residents from the meeting who will give interviews.

This meeting is for residents of the following streets only. This is NOT a public meeting. Residents should bring identification to gain meeting access. Refreshments will be provided. Counselors will be available.

Note to the media: Media is asked to respect the privacy of residents who may receive devastating news. Meeting participants willing to speak to the media will attend the post-meeting press conference at 9 p.m. at the UCCS media staging area.

Residents of these streets should attend:

§ Trevor Lane

§ Linger Way

§ Rossmere Street

§ Tallesson Court

§ Sandray Court

§ Majestic Drive

§ Ravina Court

§ Regal View Road

§ Stoneridge Drive

§ Heartstone Lane

§ Karamy Court

§ Lionsgate Lane

§ Hot Springs Court

§ Jenner Court

§ Brogans Bluff

§ Darien Way

§ Rayburn Way

§ Braeburn Way

§ Timora Way

§ Mirror Lake Court

§ Wilson Road

§ Harbor Pines Point

§ Yankton Place

§ Chambrey Court

§ Charing Court

§ Ashton Park Place

§ Courtney Drive

§ Vantage Vista Drive

§ Vantage Ridge Court

§ Huffman Court

§ Aubrey Way

§ Van Reen Drive

§ Alabaster Way

§ Lannigan Street

§ Capra Way

 

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