WakeUP Wake County to Host “Growing Pains” Community Discussion Thursday

WakeUP Wake County will host the fourth in a series of community discussions entitled “Growing Pains” on Thursday, Aug. 13, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St. The meeting will be held in the town hall board chambers.

The discussion will focus on the impact of rapid growth on our schools, water quality and transportation, along with possible solutions that can help Wake County meet its growth-related challenges and thrive. Featured topics will include the new Wake County transit plan, Wake County’s school budget and Falls Lake. Following a brief presentation by WakeUP Wake County, attendees will be encouraged to participate in an honest conversation about how Wake County can effectively manage its growth and remain a vibrant community.

Wake Forest Mayor Vivian Jones, Rolesville Mayor Frank Eagles and Wake County Commissioner John Burns are scheduled to attend and participate in a question and answer panel discussion.

The meeting is free and all area residents are encouraged to attend and participate.

For more information, contact Karen Rindge at [email protected] or 919-828-3833.

 

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WakeUP Wake County is the citizen voice for good growth planning and sustainable, healthy communities in Wake County and the region.  WakeUP is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. To learn more, visit WakeUPWakeCounty.org.

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