As discussion continues on whether Minnesota will move to a “shelter in place” directive, we welcome your thoughts on the process for determining “essential services” to ensure we are advocating for a thoughtful process to include a comprehensive exemption for “essential services” to protect critical services and supply chains. Please take this short survey to assist our efforts. https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5516665/Essential-Businesses
Four times a year Greater Mankato Growth distributes a survey to area businesses regarding multiple metrics in order to gather how the economy performed during previous quarter and what businesses project for the upcoming quarter. Additionally, a unique inquiry is posed in each quarter to gain topical insight to the local economy.
Countywide public transportation is coming to rural Blue Earth, Nicollet and Le Sueur counties. Please help shape the new transit system to best fit our community’s needs by taking a short online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/tricountytransit.
This built out system will go a long way towards improving commuting by connecting affordable housing to employment destinations.
There are actually two separate initiatives that are collaborating on transportation planning. A second planning process is focused on connecting Saint Peter, Le Sueur and Mankato via the Highway 169 corridor.
The survey above is in regards to the Tri-County Transit system, which will include rural portions of Blue Earth, Nicollet and Le Sueur counties, utilizing a combination of routes and dial-a-ride features and working as much as possible in combination with other city systems. Each group knows the other is working and will continue to work in tandem to complement each other’s services.
Have questions or need a paper copy of the survey? Contact Mike at 507.720.5470 or email@example.com.
Enterprise Minnesota recently released their 2016 State of Manufacturing report. As part of the release they conduct a “Road Show” around the state. Last week they stopped by South Central College and provided insight into the manufacturing sector.
The report is based on a survey that was conducted February 14 – March 3, 2016, among 400 manufacturing executives; it has a margin of error of +4.9%. Respondent titles included owners, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, presidents, vice presidents, and managing officers.