Meeting/Event Information

Update on the Developments in and around Worcester, Massachusetts

Update on the Developments in and around Worcester, Massachusetts

Timothy P. Murray, President and CEO, Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce (WRCC) joins the CMAA New England Chapter on January 15th to discuss the initiatives that are occurring in Worcester that focus on building the vitality of the downtown core and neighborhood centers and his role in fulfilling WRCC’s mission to bring new businesses to the region, retain existing businesses, and nurture those in emerging sectors.

Michael E. Traynor, Esq., Chief Development Officer, Executive Office of Economic Development, will accompany Tim Murray as they discuss the ever-changing landscape of Worcester’s downtown. Mike will highlight the role that the Worcester Redevelopment Authority has played in the City’s urban renewal planning process and touch upon the various land acquisitions and business relocations that are required to make the revitalization a reality.

Need a little taste of all the things happening in Worcester? Chronicle, of WCVB Channel 5, just featured the City of Worcester in one of there shows. Check out the video clips below  

Timothy P. Murray Michael E. Traynor

A life-long Worcester resident, Tim was a former three-term Mayor of Worcester, New England’s second largest city. Under his leadership, Worcester experienced unprecedented progress, with $1 billion of new economic development projects, such as Gateway Park and City Square, that are helping to transform an older industrial city into one that is well positioned to lead and grow in the new economy.

Mike began his career with the City of Worcester as an assistant city solicitor elevating to deputy city solicitor in 1993 and taking on the role of Chief Development Officer in 2014. During his tenure as the CDO, he has negotiated the sale and redevelopment of the former Worcester County Courthouse, the Boys Club at Lincoln Square, facilitated the development of the South Worcester Industrial Park, the adoption of the Downtown Worcester Urban Revitalization Plan, and most recently was a key member of the City team that successfully negotiated the relocation of the Pawtucket Red Sox to Worcester.

Event Date, Time & Location:
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
7:15 AM – Registration & Breakfast
8:00 AM – Presentation & Questions
9:00 AM – Questions and Closing

Worcester State University
Student Center, Blue Lounge, C*101, First Floor
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602

Please register on line at: http://cmaa-ne.org. Select your event and method of payment. Select: $35 for CMAA members, $50 for non-members, $15 for Public Owners, Registered students attend for free.

Parking
Parking is available at Worcester State University for attendees of this program in any spot marked as 'Commuter'. There is no need for Parking Passes due to the fact that class is not in session.
See below / attached for a campus map. The Blue Lounge is located in the Student Center which is marked at "12" on this map.

 

Chronicle Videos: (Courtesy of WCVB Channel 5 and Chronicle)

 

Tickets

$35.00 Member Ticket

$50.00 Non-Member Ticket

$15.00 Public Owner Ticket

$0.00 Student Ticket

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