The Urban Land Institute of Charlotte has launched a Twitter campaign to encourage the sharing of ideas on how best to improve the Queen City and region this year.
The #CLTResolve campaign runs Tuesday through Friday and features daily prizes for the best tweet of the day. On Jan. 12, the institute will choose the winner of the best overall tweet, who will then be offered the opportunity to meet Charlotte Deputy City Manager Ron Kimble.
“I can’t think of a better way to champion the cause of promoting healthier communities than having ‘individuals’ find their way to make ‘our’ cities collectively better in 2016. Let’s get inspired!” said Kimble, chair of ULI Charlotte, in a written statement.
A short video about the campaign can be found at http://bit.ly/1PIIStK.
The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute that seeks to provide leadership on the responsible use of land. The Charlotte chapter has more than 650 members.