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NC State Hosts “Uncovering Southwest Raleigh” Community Meeting

What:  “Uncovering Southwest Raleigh” is a project that aims to work with the Southwest Raleigh community to understand current and future forces affecting change and develop strategies to enable the residents and the city to enhance and promote a healthy, creative and economically sustainable future for the district.

This community meeting, the second in a series of workshops, will focus on how Southwest Raleigh’s assets can play an increasing role in highlighting the district as a desirable place to live, play, learn, work and create. Important issues such as transportation, business attraction and retention and cultural engagement will be explored.

Who: Developed by NC State’s College of Design, Poole College of Management and College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and by the City of Raleigh

When: Tuesday, June 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Where:  McKimmon Center, NC State University

Cost: Free and open to the public; attendees are asked to register at design.ncsu.edu/swraleigh

Contact: For more information, call 919/515-8311 or visit design.ncsu.edu/swraleigh

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