Reminder: Five Points CAC Meeting Tonight!

August 26, 2010 at 11:10 am Leave a comment

Reminder:  Due to the expected large turnout for the Thursday, Aug 26th CAC meeting, the location has been moved from Fletcher Park to Our Savior Lutheran Church at 1500 Glenwood, intersection of Glenwood and Aycock.  This is the same location where we held our informational meeting on August 16.

Special agenda:

6:30-7:30pm        Open House – Learn More, Ask Questions

Mitch Silver and Eric Lamb from the City Planning Dept. and Will Allen from the Passenger Rail Task Force will attend. NCDOT has been invited.

7:30 – 7:45pm     High-Speed Rail Project Overview

7:45 – 8:15pm       Neighorhood Findings and Positions

8:15 – 8:45pm     Your Q&A

8:45 – 9:00 pm  Voting on the Project
An official position on the project. Results will be reported to the City Council at the public hearing on August 31st.  You must be a resident of Five Points to vote.  If you can not attend, please sign the Petition on the upper right of this site. Unfortunately CAC rules do not allow absentee voting now.

See you there!

http://fivepointscac.org/

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