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October 19, 2015



Leadership Breakfast to Focus on Change and Innovation

Mecklenburg County’s Learning and Development Team will hold its next leadership breakfast on Thursday, Oct. 22 at the Charlotte Marriott SouthPark from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The event will focus on the leadership competency of Change and Innovation: Leaders at the Roundtable. This will be an opportunity for managers and supervisors to learn from successful leaders within our community. I will serve on the panel, which will be moderated by Board of County Commissioners Chairman Trevor M. Fuller.

Additional panelists include:

  • Bob Morgan, president and CEO of Charlotte Chamber,
  • Dr. Joan Lorden, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at UNC-Charlotte,
  • and Jennifer Loytty, director of premier services for public sector of Microsoft Corporation.


For more information, contact Phin Xaypangna at 980-314-2174 or
Storm Water Services Seeks Public Input on Changes to Fee Credits

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services is proposing changes to the way storm water fee credits are issued and is seeking public feedback on the revisions through a community meeting and an online survey.

The meeting will take place on Oct. 29 at 4:30 p.m. in room 267 of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center, 600 E. Fourth Street, Charlotte.

Residents can participate in the online survey on the Storm Water Services website through Nov. 19.

For more information, contact Dave Canaan at 704-336-3736 or
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council Provides Leadership Opportunities for Students

Mecklenburg County contracts with Generation Nation to develop a program to engage youth in meaningful involvement in County policy and decision-making. This program, called Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council, is available to County Commissioners and County staff to inform and give feedback about issues important to youth.

Students are available to:

  • Provide stakeholder perspectives, ideas and feedback on issues, policies and decisions impacting K-12 students
  • Serve on task forces and committees
  • Highlight issues important to youth and make recommendations for ideas and solutions


Please contact Amy Farrell at 704-343-6999 or if you would like to refer issues to the Youth Council, have opportunities for youth participation, or to discuss how the Youth Council can be a resource for you.

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