ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Community Conversations Meeting - April 10th - 03/30/19 04:36 AM
 
Ballantyne Community Conversations Meeting
Sponsored By The Ballantyne Breakfast Club/South Charlotte Partners
 
Ballantyne Breakfast Club's Community Conversations event on Wednesday, April 10th from 6-8pm at the Ballantyne Hotel will feature County Commissioner, Susan Rodriguez-McDowell, and a conversation community health and school overcrowding.
 
For Community Health, County Public Health Director Gibbie Harris, and representatives from Atrium Health and Novant Health will be present to leave the conversation.
 
For School Overcrowding, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools District 6 Representative Sean Strain, CMS leaders and parent advocates will lead the conversation.
 
 
All Ballantyne Breakfast Club meetings are open to the public at no cost. Founded in 2001 as a communication form, The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is now … (22 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Community Candidates Picnic: October 13th - 10/01/18 11:01 PM
 
  Annual Ballantyne Community Candidates Picnic
Sponsored By The Ballantyne Breakfast Club
 
Election Day 2018 is but a short month away and it's that time of year again... time for the Ballantyne Breakfast Club’s Annual Ballantyne Community Candidates Picnic, which will be held on Saturday, October 13th from 11:00 am till 1:00 pm on the South Lawn of the Ballantyne Hotel.
 
Ballantyne community residents are invited to spend time meeting the candidates and learning more about them and their positions on matters of importance to the area. Candidates for Congress, North Carolina House and Senate, County Commission, and state and local judicial races have been invited to attend and participate.  The … (32 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club: Annual Back-To-School Meeting: August 11 - 08/06/18 04:37 AM
 
  Annual Back-To-School Meeting
Sponsored By The Ballantyne Breakfast Club
 
One of the best attended meetings each year, the  Ballantyne Breakfast Club's August 11th annual Back-to-School meeting is a great opportunity to meet the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent, Clayton Wilcox, who along with members and representatives from CMS, will provide an update on the accomplishments of the last school term, as well as discuss goals and objectives for the coming school term. The meeting also provides the public an opportunity to directly address questions to Superintendent Wilcox and other school representatives.
 
 
 
All Ballantyne Breakfast Club meetings are open to the public at no cost. Founded in 2001 … (28 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club: How 2019 Property Revaluation Impacts You - 05/17/18 11:54 AM
 
 2019 Mecklenburg County Property Tax Revaluation Info Session Sponsored By The Ballantyne Breakfast Club
 
It might not be quite breakfast at next Thursday's Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting from 6:00-7:30 pm, but you may still want to attend the Ballantyne Breakfast Club 2019 Property Tax Revaluation Information Session on May 24th. This will be a great way to find out about how your neighborhood and home will be impacted by the newly assessed residential and commercial property values in Charlotte/Mecklenburg, as well as to learn more about the County's reassessment process.
 
Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor, Ken Joyner will be the featured speaker. In his role as Mecklenburg … (20 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Happening In Ballantyne: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meeting: April 14th - 04/11/18 07:58 AM
 
The topic for the April 2018 Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting is "Community Engagement in Charlotte's Growth." Headlining this Saturday morning's meeting will be Charlotte Planning Director, Taiwo Jaiyeoba, who will provide an update on area development and zoning, as well as the North Carolina Department of Transportation's Turnpike Authority Executive Director, Beau Memory, who will provide an update on the I-485 Express Lane. As always, a question and answer period will follow the presentations.
 
 
 
All Ballantyne Breakfast Club meetings are open to the public at no cost. Founded in 2001 as a communication forum, The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is now in it's 17th successful year … (32 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Leadership & Ballantyne Meeting: Feb 28th - 02/26/18 07:59 AM
 
It might not be quite breakfast at this Wednesday's Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting from 6:00-8:00 pm, but you may still want to attend the Ballantyne Breakfast Club Leadership & Ballantyne Meeting. Bob Morgan, Charlotte Chamber President, will share the vision for the changes happening at the Chamber. Ned Curran will share how economic development efforts are and will be affecting Ballantyne. City Council Member Ed Driggs will share updates regarding the city. Questions from attendees are welcome. And for anyone who's not heard Bob Morgan, Charlotte Chamber's President speak, you're in for a treat. 
 
 
All Ballantyne Breakfast Club meetings are open to the public at no … (20 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meeting Jan 20th: Meet Charlotte's New Mayor - 01/14/18 02:01 PM
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club kicks off 2018 this Saturday, January 20th with a meeting at which you can meet Charlotte's new Mayor, Vi Lyles, who will speak about future plans for Charlotte and specifically about her vision and plans for the Ballantyne and South Charlotte areas. There will be a brief question and answer period afterwards.
 
 
Saturday's meeting of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club is one of six meetings held throughout each year. All meetings are open to the public at no cost. Founded in 2001 as a communication form, The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is now in it's 17th successful year of providing opportunities … (26 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club's Annual "Back To School" Meeting: August 12 - 08/07/17 11:26 AM
 
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club's August meeting, known as the "Annual Back To School" meeting, is being held this Saturday, August 12th.  This annual meeting is one of the most well-attended of all the Ballantyne Breakfast Club meetings.

 
The August 12th meeting is a great opportunity to meet the new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent, Clayton Wilcox, along with members and representatives from CMS.
 
Topics to be covered at the meeting include updates on the accomplishments of the last school term along with the goals and objectives for the coming school term. As the CMS Board and school management were faced with numerous difficult decisions in the past year, this meeting … (16 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meets Saturday, May 13th, 2017 - 05/11/17 10:19 AM
 
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club's April meeting, which was deferred until May due to a conflict with the Easter holiday, is being held this Saturday, May 13th.
 
Topics for discussion on Saturday include:

Update on the transition of ownership after the sale of Ballantyne Corporate Park to Northwood.
Update on status of the Waverly mixed-use development project as it nears completion.
Road improvements under construction along Providence and Ardrey Kell Roads, whose purpose is to help support the development of new communities on Ballantyne's border, including Waverly, Rea Farms, Providence Farms.  
Saturday's meeting of the Ballantyne Breakfast Club is one of six meetings held throughout … (19 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club 2017 "Priorities Meeting" ~ February 18th - 02/14/17 08:33 AM

 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club's first meeting of 2017 takes place on Saturday, February 18th. Known as the Breakfast Club's annual "Priorities Meeting," Saturday's meeting is co-hosted with the Ballantyne Chapter of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
 
This meeting is a hugely popular and widely attended annual event where local government and civic leaders discuss their priorities and goals for the Ballantyne community for the coming year. A unique "Town Hall-style" event, its purpose is to provide Ballantyne and Charlotte residents an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a broad range of elected representatives, county/city department managers, service providers, and others who add value to and impact the Queen City's … (20 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meeting: Saturday, June 11th In Charlotte - 06/05/16 01:15 AM
 
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is having its third meeting of 2016 on Saturday, June 11th. The focus of next Saturday's meeting will be the Ballantyne area's growth and the increasing road congestion resulting from Ballantyne's explosive growth. Representatives from NCDOT (North Carolina Department of Transportation), CDOT (Charlotte Department of Transportation) will share the latest information on this issue, along with an update of the major road projects that may be moved up on the NCDOT priority list.
 
In addition, there will be updates on growth related to Ballantyne and the Providence Road area with representatives from Ballantyne, Waverly and Rea Farms.
 
The June 11th Ballantyne Breakfast Club … (20 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meeting: April 2nd~CMS Issues On The Table - 03/24/16 09:34 PM
 
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is having its second meeting of 2016 on Saturday, April 2nd.  The focus of Saturday's meeting will the of the CMS student assignment plans and survey results. This highly charged topic concerning both parents and residents is one I'd encourage every Ballantyne area resident to come to Saturday's Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting to hear about. District 6 CMS Board Representative, Paul Bailey, will be the featured speaker, but other CMS board representatives are expected to attend, as well.
 
Matthews Mayor Jim Taylor will also attend the meeting and share the latest information about the recent formation of a task … (21 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club's "Priorities 2016 Meeting" ~ February 13th - 02/10/16 06:08 AM
 
 

The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is having its first meeting of 2016 on Saturday, February 13th. Referred to as the Breakfast Club's annual "Priorities Meeting," Saturday's meeting is co-hosted with the Ballantyne Chapter of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. See the invitation below for details on this hugely popular and widely attended annual event where local government and civic leaders discuss their priorities and goals for the Ballantyne community for the coming year. A unique "Town Hall-style" event, its purpose is to provide Ballantyne and Charlotte residents an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a broad range of elected representatives, county/city department managers, service providers, and … (43 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meets December 5 ~ Topic: Crime Prevention - 12/01/15 08:44 PM
 
 
 
Ballantyne Breakfast Club's final 2015 meeting is on Saturday, December 5th. Saturday's guest speakers will include....Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's Captain Todd Lontz from the South Division and Mecklenburg County Sheriff Irwin Carmichael, who will provide a review of the steps being taken to cut down on the increase in criminal actives in the city of Charlotte. City Council members have also been invited to attend and you can expect to see several of them on Saturday, along with our newly elected mayor, Jennifer Roberts.
 
This is the final of six meetings held throughout the year, typically held on the first Saturday of February, … (5 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meets August 15~Topic: All Things Education - 08/11/15 10:24 PM
 
Ballantyne Breakfast Club is meeting on August 15th to discuss "all things education" this Saturday. With the new school year about to commence in the Charlotte metro area, the Ballantyne Breakfast Club likes to focus on educational issues in its August meetings. Speakers on Saturday will include:
 
Charlotte Meckelenburg Schools Superintendent, Ann Clark, University of North Carolina/Charlotte Chancellor, Philip Dubois Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) President, Tony Zeiss  
While Ms. Clark will address plans for the coming school year for the Charlotte Mecklenburg School System (CMS), Mr. Dubois and Mr. Zeiss will address higher education opportunities in the Charlotte metro area … (18 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meets June 27th ~ New CMPD Chief Is Speaker. - 06/24/15 05:49 AM
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is having its next meeting on Saturday, June 27th. The guest speaker at Saturday's meeting will be the new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) Chief, Kerr Putney. Chief Putney will discuss CMPD issues and concerns as well as why community involvement is so important to the police department.
 
This is the third of six meetings held throughout the year, typically held on the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October, and December. All meetings are open to the public at no cost. The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is now in its 15th succcessful year of providing opportunities for Ballantyne … (2 comments)

ballantyne breakfast club: Ballantyne Breakfast Club's "Priorities 2015 Meeting" Announced - 02/07/15 09:19 PM
 
The Ballantyne Breakfast Club is having its first meeting of 2015 on Saturday, February 14th. Known as the annual "Priorities Meeting," Saturday's meeting will be co-hosted with the Ballantyne Chapter of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. See the invitation below for details on this hugely popular and widely attended annual event where local government and civic leaders discuss their priorities and goals for the Ballantyne community for the coming year.
 
This is the first of six meetings to be held throughout the year, typically held on the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October, and December. All meetings are open to … (10 comments)

 
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