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Next Rockford Downtown Development Forum

Next Rockford Meeting Thursday, April 9, 2015 La Voz Latina, 730 N Church St, Rockford, IL 7:30-8:30 am   Topic: Downtown Development Twitter Hashtag: #nextdowntown   Please join us on Thursday April 9th at 7:30am at La Voz Latina for the General Membership meeting.  We will have a panel of speakers representing architects, developers, and City of Rockford representatives who will speak to us about downtown development projects emerging over the next 12-24 months. Additionally, we will have updates on: – A World In Motion STEM...

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Next Rockford on Rock Valley College Trustee Election

Topic: Rock Valley College Trustee Election Twitter Hashtag: #nextrvcboard   At the last General Membership meeting of Next Rockford there was a forum of the candidates for Rock Valley College Trustee.  All six candidates for the two 6-year terms and both candidates for the one 2-year term were invited to explain their visions for the college and the impact they will have on the board.   Kicking off #nextrvcboard forum. #2015rrvelection @rrstar pic.twitter.com/JHRClHSyXH — Dorothy Schneider (@DotSchneider) March 12, 2015 A lot of...

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Kelley Supports Next Rockford Platform

Kathy Kelley, running for Rock Valley College Trustee, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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Black Supports Next Rockford Platform

David Black, running for Rock Valley College Trustee, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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Trojan Supports Next Rockford Platform

Bob Trojan, running for Rock Valley College Trustee, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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West Supports Next Rockford Platform

Maurice West II, running for Rock Valley College Trustee, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative...

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Next Rockford to Host Rock Valley College Trustee Forum

Next Rockford Meeting Thursday, March 12, 2015 Rock Valley College Student Atrium, Rockford, IL 7:30-8:30 am   Topic: Rock Valley College Trustee Candidate Forum Twitter Hashtag: #nextrvcboard   Please join Next Rockford for a public forum with the candidates for Rock Valley College Board of Trustees.  All six candidates for the two 6-year terms and both candidates for the one 2-year term have been invited to explain their visions for the college and the impact they will have on the board. Attendees should enter at the main entrance...

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