The Mailbag - 2007 - A
Selection of Letters Received at our Office
December 22, 2006
We have rescheduled the Eastern Shore discussion for Thursday
January 25th at 7:00 P.M. at the Oyster Pond Fire Hall,
Oyster Pond. (Turn left on 150 Old Trunk Road, off Highway
Ms. Gail Martin
Dear Ms. Martin:
As you may be aware, in April 2007, the Greater Halifax
Partnership and the Halifax RDA will no longer operate as
two, separate economic development organizations. In their
place will be one New Entity, with one board, one focus,
one mission, one sense of vision, and one goal: to deliver
economic growth that serves the community the whole
community of HRM.
As part of our efforts to ensure a smooth transition to
this New Entity, we are seeking your views as part of a
series of roundtable discussions. The primary purpose is
to draw upon the experience and perspective of those who
are making things happen in HRM; those whose ideas can help
drive economic and community development.
Why? Because we believe it is important to consult the
people who have a vested interest in how our regional economy
will grow. You have been identified as one of these people,
and we would benefit from the opportunity to sit and listen
to you and your fellow stakeholders.
We hope you will join us for this intimate, informal discussion
Tuesday, January 16, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. at Centre By The
Sea, 9411 #7 Highway Musquodoboit Harbour
(approximately 1km east of the West Jeddore Rd)
We are interested in your views and the cross-pollination
of ideas that naturally occurs when people gather in a room
for conversation. What we discuss will be captured and used
to inform our thinking. You will not be identified in any
way to others outside the meeting. This is to ensure that
those taking part feel confident to engage in open and candid
Please confirm you attendance with Heather Blakeney, email@example.com
or 490-6000 by January 5.
President and CEO
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