The High Point City Council recently reviewed a committee recommendation to slash funding to City Project from $210,000 to $35,000.
From Jordan Green’s article in our High Point Journal section this week: “The city currently pays the salary of City Project’s executive director, Wendy Fuscoe, who earns $100,828. City Project, the equivalent of Downtown Greensboro Inc. and Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership, has coordinated efforts to revive downtown High Point by infusing design principles championed by new-urbanism founder Andres Duany.”
The cuts would only leave enough money to fund “continued marketing, education and public awareness” and minimal funds for promotional materials and a façade program.
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