Headline Surfer hosting aerospace forum at Oak Hill City Hall

Internet newspaper space forum at Oak Hill City Hall / Headline Surfer

Gathering on Friday night to give city residents say on community needs

OAK HILL -- Headline Surfer has set aside 90 minutes to hear from "Oak Hill" residents as to what they would like to see the City of Oak Hill receive if there is to be support for an aerospace program located here on the Shiloh Preserve.

There have been meetings at the Volusia County Council in DeLand and at the Brannon Center in New Smyrna Beach. County Councilwoman Deb Denys spoke briefly during an Oak Hill meeting, but nobody has really heard from Oak Hill residents themselves.  

This meeting is sponsored by Headline Surfer. It will be moderated by Headline Surfer Publisher Henry Frederick who will facilitate the dialogue. Frederick will publish key highlights of the forum on YouTube and on HeadlineSurfer.com. County Council members and city officials are invited, but preference will be given to city residents on being heard.

"As publisher of the 24/7 internet newspaper, I believe it is important to hear from the folks who live here in Volusia County's southernmost and smallest incorporated city, Frederick said. "After all, the launches would be be right there."

24/7 Internet Newspaper Publisher Henry Frederick / Headline Surfer"As publisher of the 24/7 internet newspaper, I believe it is important to hear from the folks who live here in Volusia County's southernmost and smallest incorporated city, Frederick said. "After all, the launches would be be right there."

This is not a pro and con debate about the merits of an aerospace program rather what incentives Oak Hill residents would like to see should an aerospace program become a reality.

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Sera King is multimedia editor for Headline Surfer®, accessed via HeadlineSurfer.com. She graduated magna cum laude from Ana G. Mendez University System of Puerto Rico (Orlando campus) with a bachelor's degree in business administration and a major in computer information systems. She has previously worked in office/bookkeeping and merchandising. She lives in Sanford with her husband, Henry Frederick, publisher of the award-winning 24/7 internet news outlet serving greater Daytona Beach-Orlando since 2008.