What will make Kingsport an even better community in which to live, work and play for a lifetime? AARP Tennessee presents Mayor Dennis R. Phillips with the findings from a new survey.
Mayor Dennis R. Phillips receives a report on AARPs Livable Community Survey of the Greater Kingsport, TN Area: A Place to Live, Work and Play for a Lifetime.*
9 a.m. EDT
300 West Market Street
Kingsport, TN 37660
Kingsport City Manager John G. Campbell
AARP Tennessee State President Margot Seay
AARP Tennessee State Director Rebecca Kelly
AARP Tennessee Advocacy Director Patrick Willard
Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Miles Burdine
United Way Executive Director Doris Bush
YMCA Executive Director Charlie Glass
Kingsport Tomorrow Executive Director Susan LaGuardia
Kingsport is a wonderful place, but residents have some suggestions about how to make it a more livable community for all ages and abilities.
*Copies of the report will be available at the presentation on Tuesday.
Karin Miller, Communications Director for AARP Tennessee:(615) 726-5104, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Whaley, Community/Government Relations Director for City of Kingsport, (423) 229-9413, email@example.com
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