The City of Grain Valley released a survey to registered voters on October 28th, requesting feedback on the failed municipal complex vote in June. The Board of Aldermen requested the survey to attempt to better understand the desires of residents as they focus on how to address the future of City Hall, the Police Department, and Community Center, and the Sni-A-Bar property which was proposed as the site for the municipal complex.
The survey, administered by ETC Institute on behalf of the City of Grain Valley, is intended to understand why the June vote was not supported by voters.
In addition to questions regarding how respondents learned of and understood the ballot measure, the survey asks respondents to share their opinion on the best use of the current land occupied by City Hall, the police station, and community center. Options offered include expanding facilities at the current location or continuing to pursue a plan at the Sni-A-Bar Farms site.
Residents may complete the survey at http://bit.do/GV2020Survey .