“If people were aware of the resources to provide them assistance, it will make the various organizations here within the city and county much more effective,” Young said.
To date, the Chamber group hasn’t laid any concrete steps. Young said the committee would get back together and review information provided by stakeholders so far.
The GC interim business dean said the process challenges but identifying key focus areas for the community simplifies the vision.
The MGRC will review all strategic plans and working goals creating a finished executive summary. Stakeholders can edit where necessary.
Cook seemed optimistic the Unified Community Vision plan would be finished before 2014.
“We are going to work on it as fast as we can essentially,” the Digital Bridges director said.
Young believes in the initiative’s worth.
“We are extremely optimistic and have quite a bit of community support,” Young said. “We look forward to this project.”
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