The Reviving the Renaissance Steering Committee, an initiative that Mayor A.J. Holloway announced at the State of the City address, will have its inaugural meeting Thursday, March 30 at 6 p.m. at the Saenger Theater in downtown Biloxi.
The meeting is open to the public.
Holloway, during his Feb. 23 State of the City address, announced his appointment of retired Lt. Gen. Clark Griffith of Biloxi to head a committee of residents, business leaders and others to help develop a workable plan for Biloxi’s future.
The Reviving the Renaissance Steering Committee, Holloway said, will be a diverse collection of Biloxians who will review the hundreds of recommendations from the Governor’s Commission on Recovery, Rebuilding and Renewal, and, over the next 90 days “spark a public discussion about our future, our past, our strongest assets, and how those three components will be used in the rebuilding of our city.”