No idea what this is about, piled onto an evening already full of meetings.
CVDA published today, picked up by
There will be a special called meeting of the Central Valdosta
Development Authority (CVDA) Board of Directors at 5 p.m. on
Tuesday, June 22. The meeting will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room
in the City Hall Annex, located at 300 N. Lee Street.
Please contact the Valdosta Main Street Office at (229) 259-3577 if
you have any questions in regard to this information.
Downtown Valdosta Farm Days, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Lowndes County
Courthouse Square, 100 E. Central Ave., Valdosta. Features a
farmers’ market, arts and crafts and educational information on
eating local, nutrition and food choices. Event is the first and
third Saturdays May through September. (229) 259-3577 or
Downtown Valdosta fills with live music during lunchtime in May for
the week-long Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series. The free concerts take
place from 11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m. on the Lowndes County
Courthouse Lawn with lunches being sold by downtown restaurants.
Bring your friends and family to this free community event and
seeing what downtown Valdosta has to offer.
There you’ll also see some of your favorite candidates for local political office. Continue reading →
The Valdosta City Council meeting =
scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 19 has been canceled. The next City Council
meeting is scheduled for Oct. 10. The Mayor and Council look forward to
seeing you there.
for information about Mayor and Council meetings.
I guess you’ll have to get your entertainment elsewhere downtown this week.
From that same newsletter: Continue reading →
Let’s leapfrog Thomasville in the 21st century equivalent of roads, rail, and airports: Internet speeds!
Here’s another point from Chris Miller at the
2011 Economic Summit,
according to the VDT story by Dawn Castro 18 May 2011,
“Thomasville didn’t have hi-speed internet,
so the process of moving products quickly was not possible,”
he said, “With Rose Net hi-speed broadband, it is now able to
work 25 times faster.
That one simple step boosted economic product growth,
and as we all know, the technical industry creates a
wage growth path.”