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February Public Meeting Feedback
Posted by helen on March 19th, 2012
We want to thank you those of you who who took the time to attend one of our February Public Input Meetings (February 11-16, 2012). The links below provide an executive summary of the meetings and speaks to the trends that came out of the thoughtful and plentiful information that was collected.
We look forward to working with you again in the near future and plan on keeping you up-to-date with this project as we continue to develop the Interpretive Master Plan and Economic Impact Plan for the Parkway. We have surveys on our website, and will be switching those out periodically. We conducted a topic specific survey at Canoecopia and received over 120 responses from attendees.
We value your feedback throughout this process and want everyone to have the opportunity to have their voice heard. Your input is imperative in this process, and will be the factor that makes the Parkway a success.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or thoughts, and look for more information to be coming in the next few months.
Interpretive Master Plan/Economic Impact Plan – Executive Summary of Meetings
Interpretive Master Plan
Click on the links below to view recorded responses to the following questions relating to Parkway history and interpretation:
- What are the Parkway’s essential stories?
- What groups of people might make good subjects for oral history projects?
- Should Parkway boundaries be expanded (or shrunk)?
Economic Impact Plan
Economic Development Partners
Click on the links below to view recorded responses to the following questions relating to Parkway tourism and economic development:
- What features or assets are ‘unique’ that can be coordinated and marketed regionally to attract visitors to the area?
- What activities or products can be developed to engage the visitor along the Parkway based on their interests?
- What has to occur within Parkway communities to help them become more visitor-focused?
- How can communities support each other and work together to achieve not only a unique experience for visitors, but an attractive place to live and work?