The Casa de Oro Alliance released a community survey in September 2019 to find out what residents living in or near Casa de Oro thought about the business district on Campo Road between Kenwood Drive and Sweetwater Springs Boulevard…Community Survey 2019 Report Summary
The Casa de Oro Alliance is strategically positioned to successfully move into our second generation of existence.
The Casa de Oro Alliance was excited to learn recently of the organization’s recognition by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. More importantly, donors to the Casa de Oro Alliance may be eligible to claim their generosity as charitable donations on their income taxes.
Bob Yarris, president of the Casa de Oro Alliance congratulated the organization’s board of directors. “Along [with the County’s] decision to select a planning consultant in the next couple of weeks , the Casa de Oro Alliance is strategically positioned to successfully move into our second generation of existence.” The Casa de Oro Alliance was formed four years ago in response to local high school student efforts to improve the Casa de Oro Campo Road business corridor.
“We have much to celebrate and look forward to. We do have a very promising future indeed,” said Yarris