The Oak Ridge City Council on Tuesday will discuss city marketing, the potential eighth lane at the rowing course, housing, and Main Street Oak Ridge.
The issues will be discussed during a non-voting work session of the Oak Ridge City Council at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 19, in the Multipurpose Room of the Central Services Complex on Woodbury Lane, which is behind the Kmart shopping center.
There are other agenda items that could also be discussed: pending U.S. Department of Energy projects and public comment requests, and updates on the Oak Ridge Senior Center and Friendship Bell.
The report on visitation marketing will be presented by Marc DeRose, executive director of Explore Oak Ridge (the Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau).
The update on re-bidding the eighth lane rowing project will be presented by Oak Ridge City Manager Mark Watson and Recreation and Parks Director Jon Hetrick.
An overview of current housing programs and a discussion of the new Blight Elimination Program will be presented by Watson, Community Development Director Kathryn Baldwin, and Bruce Applegate, assistant to the city manager.
See the work session agenda here.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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