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Tiger Bay panel to discuss the impacts of city development

Bill DeYoung

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Wednesday’s Suncoast Tiger Bay virtual webinar, “The Socio-Cultural Impacts of Development in St. Pete,” features a panel of three community leaders discussing one of the city’s hottest topics, from affordable housing to the future of the Tropicana Field site and the Deuces neighborhood.

The panelists are Tamara Felton-Howard, the President of Felton-Howard Law, P.A. , who has served on the boards of The Boys and Girls Club – Royal Theatre, the Pinellas Community Foundation, the St. Petersburg chapter of the Sickle Cell Association, Deuces Live and more; Jonathan Graham, President of Horus Construction Services, Inc. and a mentor and motivator to small, minority, and women-owned businesses; and City Development Administrator Alan DeLisle.

The moderator is Elizabeth Strom, Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs at the University of South Florida. Viewers will have the opportunity to submit questions during the webinar.

The presentation, from noon until 1 p.m., is free for Tiger Bay members, and $5 for non-members. Organizers encourage donating the $25 price of the regular Tiger Bay lunch meeting; money raised goes to support continuing programming and support for the Young Tigers Scholarship Program.

Register here.

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