Community Communications: what should happen?
Original post made by Hal on Aug 20, 2010
This morning, e-exchanges in our region are discussing methods of improving community communications among governments, government-allied groups, neighborhoods, business districts and community groups. The focus is how do communities establish interactive discussions among such groups and create some in-common direction going forward. Clearly, our neighbors do not think current formal meeting methods are working due to the "one-way street" approach of citizens' presentations of 3 minutes or less without response from boards, commissions, councils, committees and taskforces.
Let us engage your commentators and ask for their improvements for community communication.
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