Do you love Longboat Key and care about it’s future?
Consider participating in the upcoming Urban Land Institute study that aims to help the town plan for its future.
A panel of planning experts will interview as many as 100 residents and others who are familiar with Longboat Key by appointment only Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Interview requests are due Monday, Sept. 30.
To apply, review the 10 Longboat Key Town Commission-approved questions submitted for the study and email the following information to town planner Alaina Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org:
• Mailing address
• Email address
• Phone number
• Longboat Key resident or nonresident?
• Occupation? Retired?
• Longboat business owner
• Age range
• Why you want to participate
You can also apply by calling 316-1966, Ext. 271.
Contact Robin Hartill at email@example.com.
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