Ballantyne Residents Seek Answers On Roads, Schools

Ballantyne residents seek answers on roads, schools

Issues of roads, schools and elected representation drew several hundred people to the Ballantyne Breakfast Club’s annual priorities meeting.“It was a good meeting,” said Ray Eschert, founder of Ballantyne Breakfast Club. “I really felt like people were engaged in some good conversation.”The annual meeting, held Feb. 18 in a ballroom at the Ballantyne Hotel, offers community members the chance to talk to representatives from government agencies and businesses. The 2016 meeting drew a large crowd that shouted questions at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools board members about potential changes that could break up neighborhood schools.This year’s attendees seemed more …

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