(Austin) Liveable City, a new community organization concerned with protecting Austin’s quality of life, will release today the results of a recent unique visual survey of city priorities and problems.
The press conference will be held at 12 noon today in the offices of Sherry Matthews, 200 South Congress, overlooking Town Lake and the downtown Austin skyline. The press conference will feature images used throughout the survey. UT LBJ School professor and former city council member Bill Spelman, Liveable City board chair, will be the main speaker.
The representative sample was done in conjunction with Jeff Smith of Opinion Analysts of Austin. The survey consisted of 428 interviews conducted door-to-door between June 3 and June 12 of this year. Questions include respondents top five city priorities, top five problems, and attitudes concerning Austin’s present and future quality of life.
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