Bend Visionaries Discuss the Future (or Fate) of Bend’s #1 Icon
February 21, 2013
City Club of Central Oregon’s February forum will be an open conversation with experts and community leaders about the specific, science-based physical options available to the community to address the filling in of Mirror Pond.
Opening the conversation will be a brief technical presentation by local hydrologist Joe Eilers with MaxDepth Aquatics, Inc., the company who conducted the hydroacoustic mapping of Mirror Pond in 2005.
The remainder of the session will be devoted to a discussion of the menu of options that could theoretically be deployed in the effort to maintain Bend’s aesthetic, iconic Mirror Pond.
The discussion will be guided by a panel including:
- Jim Clinton, Mayor of Bend
- Mike Hollern, Brooks Resources’ President and CEO
- Gary Fish, President of Deschutes Brewing
- Ryan Houston, Executive Director – Upper Deschutes Watershed Council
- Gabe Williams, hydrologist
This will be an opportunity to test out your own ideas about what might work and also to find out whether you can live with some of the structural ideas that are out there.
Event: Mirror Mirror on the Pond
What: City Club of Central Oregon Monthly Forum
When: Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Where: St. Charles Center for Health and Learning
Fee Schedule: Registration closes Tuesday, February 19, 2012, 5 pm, buffet lunch is included. Before registration deadline – $20 for members and first-time guests; $35 for non-members. Day of Forum – Walk-ins are welcomed for members and guests the day of the forum on a space-available basis for $35