Knollenberg, of North Carolina State University, has been collecting data from Ocracoke business owners, residents and policy makers regarding what makes Ocracoke a great place to work and live.
This study focused on identifying community resources that are currently supporting the tourism workforce on Ocracoke and those community resources that need greater investment to support the tourism workforce.
Those are interested in the results of the study but unable to attend the presentation may contact Knollenberg at email@example.com.
Among the OCBA’s Civic meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (May 9) in the Berkley Manor will be a presentation of the association’s 2018-2019 budget.
Also on the agenda will be updates from the N.C. Ferry Division on the passenger ferry and the village tram and an update from the National Park Service.
A possible update on the Community Square repaving project.