[Source: Harold Kitching, Casa Grande Dispatch] -- The Casa Grande Main Street program has teamed with Central Arizona College to do a survey of residents on what they like or don't like about the historic downtown area and what they would like to see there. "The purpose of all of this was to help the downtown determine where we should be advertising, how people are coming downtown, what'd they'd like to see downtown, what kind of businesses they'd like to see downtown," Main Street Executive Director Marge Jantz told the Central City Redevelopment District Subcommittee during Tuesday's meeting.
"We had the opportunity to take this through the business department at the college. It's their final semester, they've been studying business planning and development, and they've also brought Bill Brown in as their computer guru. He's helped students with the survey." Jantz said the survey will be taken through April 20, after which students will tabulate the results and return them to Main Street and downtown businesses. Click here to take the survey.
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