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With each city commissioner naming three individuals, there is now a steering committee set to lead the city's visioning initiative. The 15 members of the committee were selected from among the residential, business and institutional communities of the city.
Chaired by City Commissioner Roxanne Horvath, the steering committee will hold its organizational meeting on Thursday, January 9 starting at 3:00pm. The meeting, open to the public, will be held in The Alcazar Room, City Hall, 75 King St. The agenda is available here.
Each of the city’s five commissioners named three people to the committee drawing from among three areas of the community: residents, businesses and institutions. Those named to the committee are: Jeannette Berk, Cathy Brown, Vaughn Cochran, Rob DePiazza, Linda Dixon, Phillip McDaniel, Jan Miller, Grant Misterly, Rhey Palmer, Jeanne Prickett, Pat Reilly, Tracy Upchurch, Len Weeks, Greg White, and Andy Witt.
The community wide visioning project was the topic of two commission workshops last fall. One result of those discussions was the creation of a steering committee by having members appointed by the commission and that the committee be chaired by Commissioner Horvath.
Those wishing additional information on the city's current visioning initiative, including agendas and minutes of the commission's workshops on the topic, access to the city's last visioning project in 1995, and a variety of related studies and strategic plans, should visit www.visionstaug.com.
Those wishing to receive information on the progress of the initiative should email email@example.com with "Vision" in the subject line.
For more information, call the Public Affairs Office at 904.825.1004.