In the shadow of last year’s failed transportation sales tax referendum, Cobb County is trying a new approach to determine the future transit needs of the state’s third-largest county: asking taxpayers to help make the list.
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Staff writer Ariel Hart contributed to this story.
How to give your input:
Cobb will be holding public meetings and telephone town halls over the next several months, but no dates have been set. An online survey is available now at cobbdot.org.
May 2013 - Oct. 2013: County to hold listening tour, take public opinion polls, and launch communication campaign.
Oct. 2013 - March 2014: County to launch website and social media outreach and hold public meetings
March 2014 - Sept. 2014: More public meetings, public opinion polls and online surveys. Final project recommendations go before commissioners for a vote in the fall.