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Are You Engaged In Planning For Your Community's Future?Views: 190
Mar 08, 2009 10:00 pm re: re: Are You Engaged In Planning For Your Community's Future?

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


This forum you mentioned has 200+ people. Is this a physical forum or a online forum? The reason I ask is because I would like to get an idea as to what constitutes a good physical turnout for a community meeting.

Get the picture here, please. A company gets a grant to plan a community's growth for the next 30 years. There are waters issues, public service and transportation issues, etc. In order to plan appropriately, the company needs feedback from the community. So, that print and circulate very attractive posters encouraging the public to show up for workshops. I go to one of these workshops. That workshop is for a particular city within the county where I live. Out of the entire city, only 20 people bother to show up.

Question. Are my expectations too high or is there something wrong with this picture? I think 20 people out of an entire city for a county-wide series of workshops to help determine the quality of life for the next 30 years is pathetic. I actually thought there would be standing room only for this workshop as I viewed it as being extremely important.

Lamar Morgan
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