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Shockoe Bottom baseball group meetings

Organizers of the Facebook group Support Baseball In Shockoe Bottom have organized "Shockoe Center Community Support Meetings" for Feb. 10 and 11:

In order to get everyone up to speed and to help answer the question "what can I do to help?" we have scheduled two Shockoe Center "CSM's" or "Community Support Meetings." These will be informal but informative meetings where you can get more information, meet more of the people who really want this to happen, and find out how you can make a contribution to the cause.

Tuesday, February 10, 5:30pm and Wednesday, February 11, 5:30pm.

Both will be at GlobeHopper Coffehouse & Lounge, 2100 East Main Street in Shockoe Bottom. 804-523-8083.

 

Councilman Charles R. Samuels, North Central 2nd District, Richmond City Council, will co-sponsor a meeting with the Rosedale Civic Association in North Richmond that will include a public discussion regarding the proposed Shockoe Center Development, a ballpark and mixed use development in Shockoe Bottom. The status of the Boulevard area also will be discussed. The meeting will include a presentation from the developer of the Shockoe Center Development, Highwoods Properties.

WHEN             Tuesday, February 10, 2009

                        6:30-8:00 p.m.

WHERE            Richmond Public Schools - Holton Elementary School

                        1600 W. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, Virginia

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