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Heart of the Triad Stakeholders Advisory Committee (Nominations)

Purpose

The Heart of the Triad project represents a unique opportunity for the communities of Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville, Winston-Salem and Oak Ridge along with the counties of Forsyth and Guilford, to work together to create a mixed use development area that maximizes job creation and preserves the natural environment of the area.

Members

The Heart of the Triad Technical Committee, made up of managers and staffs, to continue to undertake a cooperative approach, working with the four chambers of commerce and the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) to advance the development of the Heart of the Triad project.
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Development of a Heart of the Triad Strategic Planning Committee. This committee will replace the former "Heart of the Triad Steering Committee" and will be made up of one elected official from each jurisdiction for a total of seven (7) members on the committee. In addition to the committee member, each jurisdiction will select one alternate elected official to represent the jurisdiction when the member has schedule conflicts or other reasons that prevent attendance of committee meetings.
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Development of a Stakeholders Advisory Committee, consisting of nineteen (19) members, facilitated by the Heart of the Triad Technical Committee Chairperson. This committee will be created by the Heart of the Triad Strategic Planning Committee as follows: 8 Residents and/or property owners of the Heart of the Triad area (4 from each County) to be nominated by the County Commissioner seated on the Heart of the Triad Strategic Planning Committee in consultation with other members of the County Board of Commissioners*; 2 Representatives of Commercial Development Industry (1 from each County); 2 Representatives of Residential Development Industry (1 from each County); 2 Representatives of Industrial Development Industry (1 from each County); 2 Representatives nominated by the Piedmont Triad Partnership (1 from each County); 1 Representative of a Sierra Club in the Triad; 1 Representative of the Piedmont Land Conservatory; and 1 Representative of the Piedmont Triad International Airport.
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*The four residents nominated by the Forsyth County Commissioner member in consultation with other members of the Board of County Commissioners in this category will represent the interests of Heart of the Triad Area residents only and should not qualify for other committee categories or capacities listed herein. The resident and/or property owner representatives will serve subject to the provisions of N.C.G.S. 153A-340(g), N.C.G.S. 160A-381(d), and any other applicable laws regarding conflicts of interest.

Currently Serving

Name
Title
Term Expires
Ms. Doris W Chappell   
Mr. Donald Blake Cox   
Mr. Christopher J Frantz   
Mr. Stuart C Parks   
Mr. Alvin (Bradley) B Ring   
Ms. Patricia T Schreiber   
Mr. Jonathan T Smith   

Meetings

Undetermined at this time.

Other Information

 

District Map

District Map

District A
Everette Witherspoon - Term Expires: Dec. 2018
Walter Marshall - Term Expires: Dec. 2018
District B
Richard V. Linville - Term Expires: Dec. 2016
Don Martin - Term Expires: Dec. 2018
David R. Plyler - Term Expires: Dec. 2016
Gloria D. Whisenhunt - Term Expires: Dec. 2016
At Large
Ted Kaplan - Term Expires: Dec. 2018

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