Henderson, North Carolina
Jackie Newton recently reached out to the DDC office to volunteer her time for what she called "making Henderson better in any way I can". The Economic Vitality Committee is reconvening the city's Community Appearance Commision and Jackie is slated to be confirmed as its first member. THANK YOU JACKIE!
from May 10
If you'd like to get involved in the further development of this community, call,
text, email, or just stop in. We'd love to know about YOU.
The next meeting is Thursday, July 12th at 4 p.m. in the DDC board room.
Phil Hart Chairman, Dataforge
Brian Paynter Vice-Chair, Cornerstone General Contracting
Daniel White Treasurer, WW Properties
Maria Bailey Retired – VGCC, Vance Furniture Company
Marcus Barrow Henderson Police Department
Ron Cava First Baptist Church
Benny Finch Retired – H-V Economic Development Commission
Paul Harvin Rosemyr Corporation
Daniel Hendley Daniel Hendley Photography
Kim Jordan Fidelity Bank
Alice Sallins Vance County Arts Council
Paylor Spruill City of Henderson
John Barnes Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce
Dennis Jarvis H-V Economic Development Commission
Corey Williams City of Henderson
Eddie Ellington Mayor, City of Henderson
Tanya Weary Vance-Granville Community College
Gordon Wilder Vance County Board of Commissioners
Yolanda Feimster Vance County Board of Commissioners
Phil Lakernick Ballet Arts
Amanda Walker Ellis Rogers & Rogers Law
Patti McAnally Perry Memorial Library
Becky I. Matthews Attorney
Kaine Riggan HVDDC Executive Director
Safety Committee: Improving the real and perceived safety concerns of downtown. Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1pm, when needed.
Economic Vitality Committee: Strengthening the existing economic assets of the business district while diversifying its economic base. Activities include conducting market analysis to understand the changing market place, adapting vacant buildings that have out-lived their original purposes for use as entertainment or cultural facilities and sharpening the competitiveness of Main Street’s traditional merchants. Meets the 1st Monday of each month at 3pm. (Next... June 25)
Design Committee: Enhancing the visual quality of the downtown. Attention is given to the downtown environment elements – not just buildings and storefronts but also public improvements, rear entries, signs, landscaping, window displays and graphic materials. Meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 4pm. (Next... June 26)
Promotions Committee: Re-establishing downtown as a compelling place for shoppers, investors and visitors. This means not only improving sales but also rekindling community excitement and involvement. Promotion ranges from street festivals to retail merchandising, from community education to marketing and public relations. Meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at 4pm.
(Next... June 27)
from June 14