One Region, a partnership of regional government and business groups, has released a survey aimed at further understanding the needs of the residents and businesses in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties, along with input on what opportunities leaders should pursue.
“One Region is going straight to the source to hear from the Berkeley-Charleston Dorchester community, so we can build on the lessons learned from COVID-19 and anticipate potential threats to our region’s economy,” said One Region chair Kendra Stewart. Stewart is also director of the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities at the College of Charleston.
The survey is part of One Region’s Opportunities for All roadmap effort, an economic recovery and resiliency plan that seeks to define a healthy Lowcountry while offering solutions, implementable actions and measurable results as the area continues to move forward post-pandemic.
The survey will be available at OneRegionRoadmap.com through Aug. 20. Additional opportunities for engagement and to provide feedback will be available through the end of 2021 and will be announced as they arise.
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