06 August, 2014

Can You Imagine A Better St. Albans? Would You Be Willing To Share Those Thoughts At A Public Meeting?


Residents of St. Albans with the ability to imagine a better St. Albans who would be willing to share your thoughts with others who are sharing their thoughts with you.

If you are in your twenties or thirties, can you imagine a St. Albans where you want to raise your kids, start a business, invent something?

Can you imagine a St. Albans with a Mayor and City Council members who want to make St. Albans the kind of town where young couples want to buy a house, start a business, start a career and raise a family?

If you can imagine a better St. Albans would you be willing to attend a public meeting were you would stand up and share your ideas with council members, council hopefuls  others who have come to stand up and share their ideas, too?

This visioning effort should include all races, all ages, all ethnicities, all sexual orientations and all religious and political persuasions. 20-somethings and 30-somethings strongly encouraged to reply.

Contact: JosephHigginbotham@gmail.com or (304) 550-6710.  
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