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MissySchmidt

Public Participation

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Several organizations are working on a public participation plan in order for citizens to have a two-way conversation with regional decision-makers. This could serve as a template for a new "best practice" in Hampton Roads. Topics could range from social services to transportation to housing developments to events/entertainment/attractions missing in the region... and everything in between.

With that said, how would you like to be engaged to be heard by your elected leaders?

Example: if a regional organization needed to know what citizens valued in order to make an informed decision and planned to use a survey, how could they best reach you for your input???

Thanks!

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Several organizations are working on a public participation plan in order for citizens to have a two-way conversation with regional decision-makers. This could serve as a template for a new "best practice" in Hampton Roads. Topics could range from social services to transportation to housing developments to events/entertainment/attractions missing in the region... and everything in between.

With that said, how would you like to be engaged to be heard by your elected leaders?

Example: if a regional organization needed to know what citizens valued in order to make an informed decision and planned to use a survey, how could they best reach you for your input???

Thanks!

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