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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Bruce County Launches BruceGPS

Bruce County | by Megan Johnson  

Bruce County says survey response will directly influence the next 20 years of growth and development plans in Bruce County.

Bruce County's Planning & Development department launches BruceGPS.

Until May 1, 2019, Bruce County invites residents, visitors, and businesses to participate in BruceGPS - a visioning initiative which they say will directly influence the next 20 years of growth and development plans in Bruce County.

Bruce County Senior Planner, Mark Paoli says previous public consultations held last summer and fall helped them put the survey together after speaking with 1,500 people.

"We took that feedback and grouped that into the vision themes," says Paoli.

The survey features boxes for users to agree or disagree with statements and allows participants who don't agree to explain their thoughts in a comment box.

"All the input will be taken into account as we finalize our work on this," he says.

The survey can be found HERE (Brucegps.ca) with all 17 libraries in Bruce County supplying work stations, with paper copies available.

Everyone that fills out a survey has the chance to win $500 worth of prizes that will help them explore the Bruce and included a ride on the Chi-Cheemaun. 

The survey can also be completed via telephone at 888-881-2401; or in person at any Bruce County Public or the three Bruce County office hubs:
- Administration Building, 30 Park Street, Walkerton
- Peninsula Hub, 268 Berford Street, Wiarton
- Lakeshore Hub, 1243 MacKenzie Road, Port Elgin

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