Inter-Community Council Hosts Community Discussions

The Inter-Community Council, the Resident Organization of the Athens Housing Authority, will host upcoming Community Discussion events at the Athens-Clarke County Library.  The first Community Discussion group will be held on Mon., Sept., 26, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. and will feature Clarke County School District Superintendent Dr. Phillip D. Lanoue and other CCSD staff members.   Topics of discussion will include: digital learning, Charter District information, curriculum, facility upgrades and SPLOST, community partnerships, attendance and healthy children.  Time will be allotted for questions with the speakers.

All members of the Athens-Clarke County community are invited to attend the Community Discussions.

“This is important information for the whole community to engage in,“ says Lora Thompson, AHA Resident Services Assistant.  “The Inter-Community Council is sponsoring these Community Discussions for residents throughout Athens-Clarke County to participate in and to learn from one another about concerns and issues.”

The second Community Discussion will be held on Mon., October 3, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. and will feature Athens-Clarke County Police Chief R. Scott Freeman.  This Community Discussion will also be held at the library and will feature members of the ACC Police Department staff.

For more information about the Community Discussions, call Lora Thompson at 706-425-5414.

 

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