This Week in Moab

Rocky Road Roundtable – Moab City Council Candidates

By October 22, 2019 2 Comments
Moab City Council Candidates (right to left): Rani Derasary, Kendall Jenson, Kalen Jones, Tawny Knuteson-Boyd, Ken Minor, Bryon Walston
Full-length Rocky Road Roundtable

Hey, Moab voter! Get more information about your local candidates running for Moab City Council with KZMU’s first annual Rocky Road Roundtable. During this live radio event, candidates answer thoughtful, hard-hitting questions on topics including sustainability, quality of life initiatives for low-income workers, and incentivizing affordable housing. Participants include KZMU News, The Times-Independent, the Moab Sun News, the Moab Chamber of Commerce, and the public. This is a must listen for any resident interested in community issues. Tune in and hear directly from the six hopeful candidates who would like to represent you. Listen to the roundtable in its entirety above ⬆️ or in sections below ⬇️ ✨

Round 1: Intros, KZMU News Questions
Round 2: The Times-Independent, Moab Sun News, Moab Chamber of Commerce Questions
Round 3: Public Question, Closing Statements

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th. Voting is by mail, and all current registered voters in Moab City were sent a ballot on Oct 15th. You can still register to vote online at vote.utah.gov or in person at the Grand County Clerk’s Office, 125 East Center Street. See below ⬇️ for more info.

https://vote.utah.gov

https://moabcity.org/236/Election-Information

2 Comments

  • Thomas Moreau says:

    Thank You Molly and Kowzmoo for the Rocky Rd. Roundtable. Good format, good audio and good questions from a variety of questioners. Love the extra content in the podcast feed when it arrives. KZMU News podcast fanboy, Thom

  • Mike Coronella says:

    My neighborhood isn’t zoned to allow AirBnBs…and I’m OK with that even though my house would be perfect for one.
    I don’t feel like I’ve been “denied a property right”, I feel that the greater good is being supported.
    In that perspective, I’d like to hear how a moratorium on new over night lodging is so bad, given the over crowding of our roads, parks, trailheads, infrastructure, restaurants, stores, parking lots, and the lack of housing for the seasonal workers is such a “taking”.

    thanks

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