City engineeer 'guest walker' for Ormond Beach's manager walk and talk on June 28

Ormond Beach Mayor Ed Kelley / Headline SurferPhoto for Headline Surfer / Ormond Beach Mayor Ed Kelley, shown here at left, holds his "Walking with the Manager" asessions monthly near City Hall.

ORMOND BEACH -- City Engineer John Noble will be the City Manager Ed Kelley's “guest walker” 8 a.m. Friday, June 28, and he will speak about the current utility, stormwater and roadway improvements underway in the Hand Avenue area along with the added park benefits that will result from the project.

“Walking with the Manager" will begin at the public parking area for Central Park located on the north side of Hand Avenue and east of Oak Brook Drive. The walk will be approximately 2 miles.

City officials are asking prospective walkers that since Hand Avenue is closed east of the parking area, that they please use Nova Road to access Hand Avenue (turning east). Citizens are invited to take a walk with us, ask questions, share comments and offer suggestions. Comfortable walking shoes and clothing attire for weather conditions that day are recommended.

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