On December 10th and 11th, 2013, HACA held Part 3 of its Work Group meetings as part of its Rosewood Choice Neighborhoods Initiative. These Work Groups represented four overarching areas of interest, and were designed to discuss and brainstorm around a number of strategic initiatives and potential projects related to the “People” element of the Choice Neighborhoods planning initiative. The Work Groups that were held included Kids & Family, Self-Sufficiency, Business & Community and Health & Wellness and grew out of the planning and information completed to date for the Rosewood Choice Neighborhoods Initiative.
At the conclusion of each meeting, the HACA Choice Team indicated there would be follow-up in the form of a survey and prior to the next Rosewood Choice Neighborhoods Community Meeting. Two surveys were created, one for the meetings held December 10th and the second for the meetings held December 11th. Links to the surveys are found below.
The surveys are a way for anyone who could not attend the meetings to still participate in the Work Groups. You do not need to have attended a particular meeting in order to complete the survey.
In each survey you are presented a number of Strategies. Each Strategy has a subset of Projects associated with it. You are asked to prioritize the Projects in descending order of how important and/or feasible you believe each Project to be. Please have a copy of the final meeting notes with you while you complete the surveys because the notes offer more insight and detail into each Project. The final meeting notes can be found here:
Survey results will be shared at the next Community Meeting tentatively scheduled for January 30th, though a confirmed date, time and location has yet to be made. Thank you in advance for your participation in these surveys.
HACA is considering an extended Task Force meeting / Planning Retreat to further discuss these strategies.