Growth Matters is the official blog of the Triangle Community Coalition.
To promote public policy that encourages a balance among economic growth, development, the environment, and community needs while protecting the rights and interests of property owners.The Triangle is a great place to live, work and raise a family. As our region continues to expand, how we manage growth is fundamental to the Triangle’s future economic success.
Citizens, businesses, and elected officials must work together to develop a balanced set of growth management solutions to address our region’s must pressing challenges.
But as citizens demand more parks, open space, good roads,while keeping taxes low,local governments must do more with less.
Striking an appropriate balance between community needs, the environment, and the rights and interests of property owners will require a creative mix of public and private solutions.
We believe the private sector and citizens must provide leadership in the formation of positive, creative solutions to manage growth.
Triangle Community Coalition is dedicated to creating, developing, and implementing balanced solutions to our region’s growth issues.
The TCC is a 501(c) 4 non-profit, non-partisan organization whose mission is to promote public policy that encourages a balance among economic growth, development, the environment, and community needs while protecting the rights and interests of property owners.
TCC offers its members real value through:
- Member Discounts to quarterly Lunch and Learn Series
- Leadership Training and Candidates School
- Member Discount to Candidates Forum and Straw Poll
- Exclusive Events with Elected Leaders
- Free Annual Membership Meeting
- Other Special Events
- Members Only E-Newsletter and Web Page
What we do best for our members:
- Influence public policy
- Promote responsible stewardship by government
- Shape public opinion through education
- Provide solutions to community issues
- Mobilize grassroots action around important issues
“The best thing TCC does is learn about changes early in the process. That allows us to get engaged in the discussion and be proactive , not reactive. Plus, I know a lot of people through the TCC that I wouldn’t have met otherwise. There’s real value in that.”
-David Finger, Highwoods Properties
The TCC is governed by a Board of Directors, which is selected each year at an annual meeting. Membership on the Board is open to dues-paying members and member representatives.
For more information about the TCC Board of Directors, please call 919-228-2599.
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