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Future Of The World Trade Center Site To Be Topic Of Visiting NYC Speaker This Saturday
The public is invited to attend a free lecture featuring Alexander Garvin, Vice President for Planning, Design and Development for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. The event will be held in the Shaftman Performance Hall of the Jefferson Center in Roanoke on Saturday April 5, 2003, at 7:30 p.m. Garvin has been coordinating the formulation of comprehensive development plans for the World Trade Center site and the surrounding areas of Lower Manhattan, seeking input from the various individuals and organizations that have an interest in the process. The event is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Downtown Roanoke Incorporated, and Virginia Tech's College of Architecture and Urban Studies and Department of Architecture.