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Residents Optimistic RE: CdA’s Future

The greater Coeur d'Alene residents who have participated in the CDA 2030 visioning process are unusually optimistic about the future of their city, according to several scientific and non-scientific surveys conducted by the group. And the audience that attended the “Exploring Greater CDA in 2030” event at the Salvation Army Kroc Center Monday night was even more optimistic than the community at large.  Steven Ames, of NXT Consulting Group, said that may be a reflection of how people who attend community meetings are more willing to engage in processes like visioning/Jeff Selle, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.

Question: Are you optimistic/pessimistic re: Coeur d'Alene's future?


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