Council to Review the Survey That Reveals Dallas Citizens Want More "Public Involvement in Decision Making"
A couple of weeks back we mentioned the findings of The City of Dallas Citizen Survey, recently posted to the city of Dallas's Web site. The city council will finally get around to hashing over the findings at its Wednesday council briefing session, where the council will also get a look at the Dallas Zoo's African Savanna Development and review how council members would like to spread around federal stimulus dough. Above you'll find one of the more interesting revelations found in the survey: Dallas residents want more say in how elected officials make decisions. But, hey, just remember: This idea that everybody votes for everything -- it sounds great back in New England in the 1700s.
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