If you’re undecided on how to vote on the two April 17 ballot questions about the future of Evanston’s Civic Center, there’ll be an opportunity tomorrow night to get a full briefing on the issue.

If you’re undecided on how to vote on the two April 17 ballot questions about the future of Evanston’s Civic Center, there’ll be an opportunity tomorrow night to get a full briefing on the issue.

John Kennedy of the Friends of the Civic Center group says Alderman Steve Bernstein, 4th Ward, the chair of the City Council’s Civic Center Committee, has agreed to appear with him on a program to be broadcast live on Evanston’s cable channel 6 at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 5.

Ald. Bernstein favors moving city offices to a new building while Mr. Kennedy favors keeping city offices in the existing building.

This discussion will last two hours and will be moderated by R.J. Coleman, an Evanston resident and past president of the Dewey Community Council.  Call-in questions will be accepted and the program will be taped and replayed several times before the election.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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