We’ve been discussing the Trinity River debate on our blog for weeks — now neighbors have the chance to attend an actual debate where the two sides will face off. The Belmont Neighborhood Association is sponsoring tomorrow’s event — Thursday, May 24, 7 p.m. at Belmont and Greenville’s Vickery Towers. City Councilmember Angela Hunt will be representing TrinityVote’s position, and former City Councilmember Crag Holcomb will represent Trinity Commons Foundation’s position. (Incidentally, the Trinity Commons Foundation is holding its annual luncheon today — did anybody happen to attend and hear anything interesting?)

The debate will feature questions from both the audience and collected on neighborhood activist Avi Adelman’s website (which is no longer taking submissions). Adelman claims in his post about the debate that it will be the only chance for neighbors to get their questions answered before the June 28 petition signature deadline.

Also, as an incentive the Belmont neighbors are throwing in pizza, chicken wings and coffee service from The Beagle, Avenue Bar & Grille and Gachet. If you’ve already made up your mind about the Trinity, perhaps you should just show up for the food …

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