West Tampa CRA Community Advisory Committee Economic Development Subcommittee Workshop Meeting

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Public Notice

West Tampa CRA Community Advisory Committee

Economic Development Subcommittee Workshop Meeting

When:  Monday, Dec. 12, 2022

Time:    5:30 p.m.

Purpose:  The purpose of this meeting is for the subcommittee to discuss West Tampa Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) redevelopment issues, strategies to implement the West Tampa CRA Community Redevelopment Plan, West Tampa CRA Budget, and task or projects assigned by the West Tampa CRA Community Advisory Committee.   

For more information, please contact Andrea Roshaven at (813) 274-8245 or andrearoshaven@tampagov.net.  

Where: Virtual

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West Tampa CRA Community Advisory Committee members may be present at the meeting.

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