Cabarrus County wants to hear from Concord residents on perception of county

Cabarrus County wants to hear from Concord residents on perception of county
(Source: Cabarrus County)

CONCORD (WBTV) - Cabarrus leaders want the community’s input on questions that will set the County’s business strategy over the next three to five years.

To gather input, the County has scheduled a series of workshops.

The first takes place on Wednesday night at 6:30 pm at the Concord Library, 27 Union Street N, in Concord.

Leaders want to know resident perceptions of Cabarrus County’s:

· Strengths

· Areas in need of improvement

· Critical issues facing the community

· Key priorities

Each session will last less than two hours and include exercises that provide equal opportunity for participants to communicate their vision for County planning and resource allocation.

There is no requirement for knowledge of the County or its services to participate in the workshop and give opinions. Participants can also learn about valuable services for themselves, their families and communities.

If you miss Wednesday’s workshop, there are several planned across Cabarrus County in April and May. More information is available at cabarruscounty.us and the Cabarrus County Facebook page, @cabarruscounty.

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