Liz Kirchner

People who have constructive ideas about city and business improvement can be uncomfortable voicing those ideas in formal assemblies, council meetings or economic development venues, but because those ideas are critical to a city’s vigor and sustainable development, the Radford Chamber of Commerce is hosting the first of several, informal “Community Conversations” from 6:30–8 p.m. tomorrow evening at the Radford Public Library (30 W Main St, Radford).

Asking for ideas, insight, and concerns from businesses and the larger community the agenda guides the Conversation through the city’s strengths, impediments to advancement, and possibilities — helping identify hidden problems as well as recognize the city’s progress.

“At a conversation like this we might discover there’s a regulation in the city that causes businesses to not want…

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