The Ballantyne Breakfast Club
Dedicated to the belief that
"An Informed Community is a Better Community"
The Priorities 2014 Meeting will be held on Saturday, March 15th from 9AM to 11AM at the
Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge.
This unique meeting is hosted by the Ballantyne Breakfast Club and the Ballantyne Chapter of the Chamber of Commerce.
Please plan on arriving about 8:30 so that you will have time to socialize and enjoy the free refreshments provided by The Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge
The meeting will have a wide range of officials attending including Mayor Patrick Cannon and representatives from
the N.C. Senate & House, Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners, Charlotte City Council and the Charlotte Mecklenburg School Board.
Also attending will be our County & City Manager's along with leaders from the following departments or organizations, CMPD, CFD, Mecklenburg Sheriffs Department, CATS, CDOT, NCDOT, the Charlotte Planning Department, CRVA,
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, YMCA and Wingate University.
Our Priorities Meeting format is an informal meet and greet. The various representatives / departments / organizations
will be arranged at tables where you can meet them to engage in one on one conversations to learn about what their priorities are and to share questions or concerns you may have with them.
Please share this meeting information with your family, friends, neighbors and business associates so they can attend also. Remember all of our meetings are free and open to the public.
We had a fantastic meeting with a overflow attendance in January with over 150 attending. A special thanks to our guest speakers, Barry Fabyan from the Bissell Companies, Ted Hill from Vision Ventures who share exciting information about Ballantyne Village, Chuck Roskovich from Publix, Chris Thomas and Peter B. Pappas who discussed the Waverly project and Sharon Campbell for Charlotte Premium Outlet.
Thanks also to Peter Grills and the staff of the Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge for hosting this meeting.
Thank you for your attendance and support of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club which is in its 14th year.
Also to Warren Cooksey our former District 7 City Council Representative for his support.
Thanks you District 7 City Council Representative Ed Driggs for
your kind comments about the Breakfast Club at the meeting.
Last but no least thank you State House Rep. Bill Brawley for your update on traffic funding at this meeting.
About the Ballantyne Breakfast Club
Since 2001 the
goal of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club has been to provide the
South Charlotte Ballantyne area residents, business leaders,
developers, elected officials and services providers with
a forum for the exchange of information.
founders and supporters of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club
are committed to this exchange of information so that our
area can grow and prosper. Meetings are open to all and
there is no cost associated with attending a meeting or
being a member.
We extend a warm welcome to everyone who is interested in learning more about this exciting and dynamic area of Charlotte to attend our meetings.