The board will hold a virtual meeting and teleconferencing via Zoom at 7 p.m. tonight.
The Flat Rock Downtown Development Authority Board will discuss rescheduling the annual Business Expo and a regional DDA forum at its next regular meeting tonight.
The board will hold a virtual meeting and teleconferencing via Zoom at 7 p.m.
Neither the expo nor the Regional DDA meeting have been rescheduled as of yet due to the coronavirus outbreak, said Liz Hendley, economic development director for the city. She will update the board about the status of those meetings.
The DDA also postponed a meeting to discuss wayfinding signs in the city and the Arsenal Rd. traffic study. Those are internal and temporarily on hold until further notice due to staff unavailability and social distancing requirements from the outbreak, Hendley said.
Also postponed are decisions on what to do with trash receptacles, bike racks and benches in the city as well as landscaping and a sign for the Rite Aid store.
A banner program with Flat Rock Community Schools and a business assistance promotion will be discussed under new business, she said. Joe Pagano chairs the nine-member board, which also will discuss reappointment of members.