...it should be located in downtown to get the most bang for the buck!...
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It is a quality-of-life component that is needed
to help make our city attractive to new business and industry
and give our 270,000 residents another reason to be proud of our city.
A new arts center would be expensive
and likely would require the city to issue new bonds to help finance it.
But it’s an investment we need to make.
A study is being done
to determine the optimal size and design of a new facility.
The study also will estimate the economic impact
of a new performing arts center.
Why would the Greensboro Performing Arts Center Task Force
hire the same guy to do both a feasibility study and a business plan?
...I urge voters to support a new arts center
if it is on the ballot this November.
2011 Board Chairman, Downtown Greensboro Inc.
305 Blandwood Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27401
Greensboro News & Record Letter to the Editor
"...the Greensboro Performing Arts Center Task Force
...had their first meeting with Steven Wolff of AMS Planning & Research Corp.
...which has been contracted by the task force
to conduct a feasibility study and business plan for the arts center.
Shouldn't a business plan for the PAC
come after the results of a non-biased study?
AMS is being paid $88,800 for it’s study, along with expenses.
That will bring the total cost of the study to probably just under $100,000.
The study and the business plan?
"We have a tremendous amount of work to do.
We are going to plan a new arts facility in Greensboro in 80 days," said Wolff."
How can the same person in charge of the feasibility study
say "We are going to plan a new arts facility in Greensboro in 80 days,"
and maintain credibility at the same time?