Portsmouth City Council Forum Oct. 15 at 6pm

Portsmouth City Council Forum Oct. 15 at 6pm
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Lefcoe Alumni Association, will host a Portsmouth City Council Forum on October 15 at 6pm to introduce the City Council candidates. The forum gives residents and the business community the opportunity to hear the candidates discuss their ideas and platforms and respond to questions.

 The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Hosts Forum for

Portsmouth City Council Candidates on October 15

WHAT: Prior to the November 4 elections, the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Lefcoe Alumni Association, is proud to host a Portsmouth City Council Forum to introduce the City Council candidates. The forum gives residents and the business community the opportunity to hear the candidates discuss their ideas and platforms and respond to questions.

On September 17, the Portsmouth Division Board of the Hampton Roads Chamber interviewed five candidates running for three open councilperson slots.

WHO: Candidates participating in Forum:

Mr. Paige D. Cherry

Mr. Nathan J. Clark

Mr. William E. "Bill" Moody, Jr.

Ms. Donna Biggs Sayegh

Mr. Gary Waters

The forum will be moderated by Joel Rubin of Rubin Communications.

WHEN: Wednesday, October 15

    5:00-6:00pm Reception

    6:00-7:30pm Forum                                                               

WHERE: Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

              206 High St, Portsmouth

                                   

About the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce

The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is the Region’s premier business organization; helping our members succeed, driving regional economic growth and enhancing the quality of life of our community’s residents.  The Chamber is a vigorous advocate for the economic success of its member businesses, which employ nearly 250,000 men and women in southeastern Virginia.  Visit HamptonRoadsChamber.com.  Like us on Facebook at Chamber757 and follow us on Twitter @Chamber757.

 

About the Lefcoe Alumni Association

The Lefcoe Leadership Program has graduated nearly 400 individuals, all of whom have one thing in common – an interest in the welfare of the City of Portsmouth!  The Lefcoe Alumni Association was formed in 2003 with the mission to influence positive change within the community and improve the quality of life for all citizens.  Like us on Facebook at Lefcoe Leaders.  For more, visit www.portsmouthpartnership.org.

 

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