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Barber-Scotia College, Concord release community survey
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Barber-Scotia College, Concord release community survey

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Barber-Scotia and City of Concord

The city of Concord has released a joint survey with Barber-Scotia to help plan the revitalization of the college. 

The city of Concord is looking for community input on how to revitalize a major historic school in the city.

What: The city and Barber-Scotia College have released an online presentation and survey to gather community input and explore possibilities for revitalization of the HBCU campus. The material includes a video that explains the project, the survey, and historical significance of the school.

When: The survey will be open through May 31 for public input.

Where: The survey is available online at https://publicinput.com/BarberScotia.

Who: The city of Concord and Barber-Scotia College.

Why: The purpose of this project is to engage the community, in collaboration with Barber-Scotia leadership and key stakeholders, to bring forth a vision and viable plan for the revitalization of the college campus.

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