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By Martine Wolfe-Miller, Communications Officer
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (June 5, 2015) - The Town of Mount Pleasant kicked off today a community-wide survey to collect information regarding citizens’ preferences and opinions about public participation. The survey will be open from June 5 to July 1 and can be accessed at www.tompsc.com. The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete.
“This community survey will be very important in helping us craft the next Strategic Plan and Outreach and Engagement Strategy,” said Mount Pleasant Mayor Linda Page. “We need to hear from our residents and have them take an active role in sharing information, exchanging ideas and helping us develop solutions to issues that will impact both current and future generations.”
“Consistent high levels of public participation are vital to the continued long-term success of our community,” she added. “The problems we face today are more complex than ever before and often require creative solutions involving multiple partners.”
“The feedback that we will gain will be very important in helping us strengthen the quality of life that is so important to our residents,” said Mount Pleasant Town administrator Eric DeMoura.” The survey will also allow us to build upon our ongoing efforts to improve communication between citizens and town government. We invite you to take this important survey.”
The survey is administered by the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Institute for Livable Communities. The link is available on the Town’s webpage at www.tompsc.com. Citizens may also submit their responses by telephone by calling the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities at (843) 953-6100.