Monday, October 26, 2015

From the Shiny Sheet: Chamber of Commerce wants to gauge the quality of life in Town of Palm Beach (33480)

There's one resident in the town they might want to think twice about including in the survey.

Here is an excerpt from the article in the Palm Beach Daily News (aka, the Shiny Sheet) by William Kelly on an effort by the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce:
     The chamber said the survey was emailed to all members of the chamber, Palm Beach Civic Association, Worth Avenue Association and the South County Road Association. It also will be posted on websites for the chamber, civic association, Citizens’ Association of Palm Beach, and the O’Donnell Agency.
     “The town has very little data that reflects how people feel about life in Palm Beach, what’s working, what’s not, and what we can do better,” said Laurel Baker, the chamber’s executive director. “Everybody says, ‘We’re Palm Beach, we’re different,’ but does anybody have a sense of what our identity really is?”
About the survey (here is the link):
The goal of this survey is to reveal perceptions and opinions about the quality of life in Palm Beach, its economic confidence, attitudes and support for Town leadership. Participants may submit one survey per person and all survey submissions remain anonymous.

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