Saturday, November 17, 2012

Comprehensive Growth Plan: Online Surveys

The following in announcement/press release regarding online surveys that can be completed in order to assist in the Comprehensive Growth Plan effort.

It is a way that you can help with Robertson County’s Comprehensive Growth Plan without leaving your home! Follow the link below to complete the online survey.
Though, I certainly encourage you to attend the upcoming Community Workshops, please take a couple of moments to assist Robertson County in this effort.


Online Survey Available for Input on Growth and Development Plan for Robertson County and the cities of Adams, Coopertown and Cross Plains
Survey is in Addition to Four Community Workshops Scheduled December 3-6
Springfield, TN – Residents now have the opportunity to provide needed input on the Robertson County Growth and Development Plan from the comfort of their home or office. Project officials have established an online survey to make the process as convenient as possible. The survey can be found under “Give Us Your Feedback” at www.RobertsonChamber.org/Growth.  There is also a series of workshops scheduled December 3-6, providing additional opportunities for feedback.
“We can’t stress enough how important the input of residents and business owners is for the success of this project,” said Jonathan Garner, chair of the project’s steering committee. “This plan will affect everyone in some way, so providing ample opportunity to have issues addressed is very important to us.”
                The survey provides a series of 13 questions that allows the participant to answer in his or her own words. Questions range from where new housing should be located to which new industries may be good additions to the local economy. There is also a feedback section to openly address any issue not presented in previous questions. 
Residents are also encouraged to attend one of four Community Workshops to learn more about the plan. The workshops are scheduled for Monday, December 3 through Thursday, December 6.  Consultants with Littlejohn Engineering Associates, Inc. will lead the discussions. See a complete listing of the dates, times, and locations for each workshop on the following page.
The Comprehensive Growth and Development Plan will give officials a roadmap to guide future growth and development, accommodate change, and maintain the unique character of Robertson County.  It will address roads, housing, parks, schools, and even historic landmarks.
“We want to know which issues are important to the people who live and work in this great county,” remarked Margot Fosnes, president and chief economic development officer of the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce. “We believe by working together, we can lead Robertson County into a very bright future.”  

Workshop dates, times and locations are as follows:    
                                Springfield Workshop                                   Cross Plains Workshop
Monday, December 3, 2012                        Tuesday, December 4, 2012
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.                                      5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church                             City Hall
200 5th Avenue West                                      7622 Highway 25 E.
Springfield, TN                                                  Cross Plains, TN
Adams Workshop                                            Coopertown Workshop
Wednesday, December 5, 2012                 Thursday, December 6, 2012
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.                                    5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
“Catered Lunch”                                               Coopertown Elementary School
Adams Clubhouse                                           3746 Highway 49 W.
210 South Church Street                               Springfield, TN
Adams, TN
RSVP to: Lea Ann Allen at 615.382.2245 or leaann.allen@robertsoncountytn.org.
For more information visit:  
www.robertsonchamber.org/growth for more information.

 

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