Chamber event to focus on master plan

  • Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The Town of Summerville’s Vision Plan will be the topic of discussion at the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce’s Monthly Morning Power Hour on Tuesday, March 11.

The Power Hour, hosted by the Chamber’s Knightsville Area Council and sponsored by the Summerville Journal Scene and Pinewood Preparatory School, will feature Town of Summerville representatives who will give a closing presentation based off of the community feedback from last week’s charrette, which will be used to design the town’s master plan.

Summerville’s final Vision Plan will provide a prioritized program of public infrastructure investments, policy revisions and private development opportunities to be completed over the next 20 years.

Registration and networking will start at 7:45 a.m. followed by the program at 8:15 a.m. and will be held in the Freedom Hall building at Pinewood Preparatory School located at 1114 Orangeburg Road in Summerville.

Attendees are asked to please enter at Willow Oak Lane and to park and enter through Freedom Hall.

The monthly meetings are open to all Chamber members at no charge and only $25 to non-members.

Guests should register for all power hours by visiting the Chamber’s website at www.greatersummerville.org as space is limited.

The deadline to register for the March Power Hour is Friday, March 7.

The power hours, held the second Tuesday of each month at various locations, are designed to inform, educate and engage Chamber members and the community on relevant issues and topics effecting Summerville and Dorchester County.


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