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Yelm Business Assn. hosts 2nd Town Hall June 16, 6pm –
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, Yelm Middle School


Yelm Business Association Town Hall, Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Photo credit: Michael Wagar, Nisqually Valley News

The Yelm Business Association announces a public Town Hall Forum on Tuesday, June 16 from 6-7pm at Yelm Middle School.
Yelm business owners, city officials and the public are all invited to share their views and listen to a report on what this organization envisions for the future and the accomplishments.

Key on the agenda:
* Questions from the audience about the Yelm Comprehensive Plan will be fielded by members of the Yelm Planning Commission,
* the architect hired as consultant on the 1995 Yelm Vision Plan, John Owen, will address the importance of visioning for the future and public involvement in the process,
* the new YBA Citizen’s Advisory Committee will be introduced for the public to participate, represented by a committee Board member.
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– “Yelm Business Association Hosts Town Hall Meeting”
“The Yelm Business Association will hold its second town hall meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 16, at Yelm Middle School.

The mission statement of the YBA reads, ‘To preserve, promote and enhance Yelm’s locally owned businesses by acting as an advocate to local government by improving Yelm’s aesthetic appeal and by encouraging citizen involvement in the community.’

YBA organizers have said the group is designed to be an action-based organization that will try to address problems and find solutions, and that the purpose of the YBA is to bring business people together,” quoting the Nisqually Valley News.

Yelm Blogger Steve Klein is a Yelm Business Assn. founding board member.

Posted by Steve on June 12, 2015 at 6:55 am | Permalink

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