Community SCALE is coalition of residents in Raleigh's established neighborhoods who are working together to advocate for the kind of development in our communities that respects the existing built environment, the natural environment, and the history of individual neighborhoods.
This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- January 8, 2018
This Week/Next Week at City Hall – January 8, 2018
Community SCALE wants you to be aware of what’s happened/what’s coming up at City Hall each week.
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Here are some of the events planned for the coming weeks. It’s always helpful to have community members attend to show interest in these topics, ask questions, etc. If you plan to attend any of these meetings, we’ll be glad to include your meeting summary in future articles.
Week of January 8 – what’s coming up
4 – 6pm – Raleigh City Council Special Work Session, agenda includes
Role and Responsibilities of a City Attorney
City Attorney Search Firm Selection Process
7pm – Central CAC, John P. “Top” Greene Center, 401 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
7pm – Midtown CAC, Five Points Center for Active Adults, 2000 Noble Road
7pm – South CAC, Sanderford Road Neighborhood Center, 2623 Sanderford Road
7pm – Southwest CAC, Carolina Pines Community Center, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road
4pm – City Council Growth & Natural Resources Committee, agenda includes
15-23 and 15-24 CP-3-16 – Comprehensive Plan Amendment for Cameron Village and Hillsborough Street Small Area Plans; Various Concerns
TC-17-16 Attics and Basements
7pm – Southeast CAC, Barwell Road Community Center, 5857 Barwell Park Drive
Greater Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau – In August 2017, the GRCVB began a year-long process to define Wake County’s future as a destination and to create a Destination Strategic Plan for the county. Since that time and under the directional guidance of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), the consultant retained to assist with plan development, the GRCVB team has plotted various steps to understand the true opportunities and needs facing Wake County as a tourism destination. The process thus far has involved surveying 380 different stakeholders and interviews with nearly 60 different community groups. The GRCVB now seeks the input of the Wake County residents via an online survey, which will remain live through January 31, 2018.
Information on the Resident Survey
By completing the five-minute survey, county residents will provide valuable input on the future of the area as it grows into a more vibrant visitor destination. As a thank you for participating, residents who complete the survey can also be registered to win two great staycations, one in downtown Raleigh and the other in historic downtown Cary. The survey can be found at WakeCountyDSP.com/local.
All meetings at Raleigh Municipal Building, 222 West Hargett Street, unless otherwise noted.
Go to RaleighNC.gov to find links to latest meeting agendas and materials and also for updates on meeting cancellations.