PR workshop for your community group

Mary Hopper is a Community Engagement Consultant with over 25 years of professional experience — and who has been an integral advisor to MoRA.  She will be offering a free public relations workshop, in cooperation with the Independence Regional Library, as a community service.  This PR workshop will take into consideration the changing media landscape More Info »

Demystification! (of land use and transportation decisions)

On October 7, 2015, MoRA hosted two workshops and an open house at McClintock MS to help residents connect with the services of our city and county to understand how decisions relating to land use, transportation, and other issues important to know about are made. Citizens had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with representatives from More Info »

Creative Brainstorming workshop

Community artist Leslie Scott engaged community members at the Independence Library on November 4 in a dialogue about how we see our area of Charlotte, its history, its future, and its strengths. Together we uncovered those key, deeply valued characteristics of our community that will inform the creation of public art installations at Meridian Place and More Info »

And then there was MoRA!

From information gathered at the Town Hall meeting paired with the feedback of several surveys for the middle Monroe Corridor, it is clear that we are much more than a neighborhood coalition. Our all-volunteer group of engaged citizens and area stakeholders are passionate about the potential of our area and we are intent on driving More Info »