Every year, Locally Grown Northfield (LoGroNo) teams up with By All Means Graphics owner Rob Schanilec and his crew at the Northfield Entertainment Guide (NEG) to bring you the Best of Northfield as determined by you, the reader.
Rob asked for feedback about 6 weeks ago here on LG so you’ll notice some changes to the questions/categories this year.
The deadline for casting your ballot is Thursday, Jan. 20. Results will appear in the Feb. 2010 issue of the NEG and here on LoGro on Feb. 1.
Questions or suggestions? Attach a comment here.
Please take this straw poll to let us know what you think. The 22 multiple choice questions should take 2 minutes or so to complete. There are also several places where you can comment and make suggestions.
We’ll publish the results here before Oct. 1.
I’ve closed comments on this blog post. If you’d like to discuss the poll, chime in on last week’s blog post, Help us design a straw poll to get feedback.
One of the changes we’re considering for Locally Grown is to treat some issues with more depth than we typically do. So to help us decide which issues might qualify for this, we’d like to put up a straw poll next week that would ask people to rank/rate the issues.
Here’s what I’m thinking:
We want feedback on what we’ve been doing with Locally Grown the past five years. It’ll help us to plan what features to continue, which to discontinue, which to improve.
Will you help us design a straw poll that will help us get that feedback?
Here’s what I’m thinking so far: Continue reading Help us design a straw poll to get feedback
We received this email from Nathan Yaffe, Carleton College student:
As part of my Environmental Economics and Policy class, we’re conducting research on the different stakeholders relevant to the annexation issue.
Our end product will be a public poster presentation on Monday, March 15 from 8:30-11 in the Great Hall at Carleton… My group is conducting a survey to determine public attitudes about the annexation.
Ultimately, the hope is for this to benefit the community, because our presentation will be attended by individuals involved in the decision-making process concerning this annexation.
Take the Prawer-Gill annexation straw poll.
Every year, Locally Grown Northfield (LoGroNo) teams up with Rob Schanilec and his crew at the Northfield Entertainment Guide (NEG) to bring you the Best of Northfield as determined by you, the reader.
I stopped by Rob’s Bridge Square office at By All Means Graphics this morning to get the latest info. Lo, there are some changes this year so pay attention:
[show_avatar email@example.com]We’re looking for your input on what you consider ‘local.’ KYMN has put together a quick 10-question anonymous survey that asks you questions pertaining to your views and habits in the local Northfield community and marketplace. Our findings will be shared with city government. Voice your opinion.