(St. Petersburg, FL) September 22, 2014 – Sean Williams, lead architect and founder of OT9 Design, a Florida-based architecture firm, is pleased to announce his participation in the St. Petersburg Sustainability Council’s (SPSC) September meeting. The meeting will focus on the proposed Greenlight Pinellas program, exploring the long-term costs and benefits of the mass-transit initiative.
Williams will speak to the economic and broad sustainability value of a mass transit system, and also share his comments on how Greenlight Pinellas may move the county toward a more effective mass transit system.
“Tampa Bay is one of the few large metropolitan areas that does not have a mass-transit solution,” Williams said. “Developing a mass-transit solution for our community will provide businesses with opportunities that will foster a stronger tax base and better potential for profitability.”
The meeting will be held on September 24th at 6:15p.m. at the Sunshine Center, located at 330 5th Street North in St. Petersburg, and is open to the public.
For more information about OT9 Design, contact Sean Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT OT9 DESIGN
Founded in 2012 by Sean Williams, OT+9 Design is a Florida-based architectural design firm focused on contemporary, sustainable buildings. Williams is a seasoned speaker on a variety of design and sustainable living topics and is available for consulting. For more information, visit www.ot9design.com