Florida Chamber Foundation to Host Important Flagler Town Hall Meeting Thursday

Have a say in Flagler’s future. This is a chance to listen, learn, and share your thoughts about issues that will impact Flagler County and our state now and in the future.

PALM COAST, FL – May 15, 2017 – Have a say in Flagler’s future. As Florida continues to grow, the Florida Chamber Foundation is encouraging communities to begin thinking and talking about how to ensure the state remains successful.   
This is the premise behind the Florida Chamber Foundation's Florida 2030 research project. The two-year project will help write the blueprint for Florida’s future by reaching business and community leaders in 67 counties through local town hall meetings. These interactive discussions encourage residents, business professionals, and community leaders to identify key trends and factors that will drive economies locally and throughout the state.
Dr Jerry ParrishTo help shape the future of our community, all Flagler County stakeholders are invited to participate in the Florida 2030 Town Hall for Flagler County. This session co-sponsored by the Flagler County Chamber and led by Dr. Jerry Parrish, Chief Economist and Director of Research, Florida Chamber Foundation will take place Thursday, May 18 from 8:45AM to 11AM at the Flagler Auditorium.

There will be plenty of chances to interact via a smartphone app so bring your phone. This will be the Foundation’s only stop in Flagler County.
Be part of this important conversation. This is a chance to listen, learn, and share your thoughts about issues that will impact Flagler County and our state now and in the future. Registration is not required, but you are encouraged to Register today for this free forum to assist organizers in planning for the number of attendees. Encourage your friends to attend.
Please call Gretchen Smith with questions at 386-206-0953.
Download the 8.5 x 11 flyer here.  
Download the 11 x 17 poster here. 

Town Hall Meeting leader Jerry Parrish was my guest on Sunday’s Real Estate Matters radio show. Click Here to listen to the podcast.

You can participate by taking the survey online. Click here.

3 replies
  1. Deb
    Deb says:

    Town Hall Meeting

    I was just listening to Free For All Friday, where it was said that a great deal of people still work in Flagler County. Not all residents over the age of 55 are retired. How can we, the working of Flager County have our voices and “Be part of this important conversation” if the meeting is held 8:45AM to 11AM as the one held yesterday.
    Do the people holding these meetings which always seem to be during working hours even care about the voices of the working???
    Or do they just want to hear from the retired who are home ??
    I am almost 61 and still working full time.

  2. Toby
    Toby says:

    Reply to Deb

    You can still participate by taking the survey on-line. My reader comments system does not allow web addresses (URLs). I’ve updated the article to include the link after the last paragraph.

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