Legacy Foundation “Triple C” Public Meeting

LEGACY FOUNDATION “TRIPLE C” PUBLIC MEETING!
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Point Place Library Main Meeting Room

LEGACY FOUNDATION SEEKS VOLUNTEER AREA “COORDINATORS”

The Legacy Community Foundation Steering Committee approved the adoption of the Citizen’s Cooperative Coordinator Program, (“Triple C”), in support of the city administration’s “See Click Fix” APP. The plan is intended to continue to improve the quality of life and business climate in our unique nautical communities. All citizens of the Point Place and Shoreland communities who submit their resumes’ are invited to join in the effort that involves one evening meeting quarterly plus additional time in city communication.

The Point Place Business Association’s Legacy Community Foundation will be accepting applications for volunteer “Area Coordinator” positions in the Point Place and Shoreland communities at the meeting. The goal is to improve area services that impact our quality of life and avoid negative impacts on area sustainability. Attendees at the Public Meeting can bring their resumes’ for Steering Committee review when attending the public meeting.

The volunteer positions entail direct communication with the respective control persons to build trust and understanding in the areas listed below. Additional categories can be added as needed.

CITIZENS COOP COORDINATORS” PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES NOW AVAILABLE:

  • Information Technology Coordinator Public Complaints/Concerns
  • Police Safety Coordinator
  • Police/fire Safety Coordinator
  • Utilities Coordination
  • Recreational Boating Support
  • Recreational Boating Support
  • Nuisance Abatement
  • Grant Acquisition
  • Coast Guard Coordinator
  • Water Reclamation Monitor
  • Water Reclamation Coordinator
  • Streets, Harbors and Bridges
  • Solid Waste Review
  • Real Estate Coordinator
  • Public Relations/Publicity
  • Business/Community Relations
  • Youth Support Group
  • Telephone Chairperson
  • Block Watch Coordinator

Contact: Bob Kneisley, Legacy Community Foundation President: 419-726-9000

POSITIVE FACTS ABOUT OUR AREA:
• Forbes Magazine named Toledo, Ohio as the 4th. “Top Opportunity City” in the U.S.
• Toledo is the top median income home value in the U.S.,- 4th “Best is U.S.” per Forbes
• Point Place living expenses are low; 8 points lower than all of Lucas County, 17% lower than the entire U.S. and 9% lower than all Ohio*
• Fully 89% of existing Point Place businesses would encourage other businesses to locate in Point Place
• 72% of Point Place businesses rated “quality of life” as fine*
• Point Place boasts a good work force*
• Toledo now has an “APP” to help indentify issues that need city administration attention
*Point Place Business Association/Ohio State University Business Retention Survey by PPBA Chairman Len Syrek, 2013

 

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