Carson City seeks input on downtown businesses
Carson City wants input on the type of businesses the public would like to see downtown.
The city has posted a short, three-question survey on its web site at http://carson.org/transparency/downtown-retail-restaurant-survey.
The survey asks what kinds of businesses, national or local and from restaurants to hardware stores, people would like to see the city work to recruit to downtown Carson City.
The goal is to recruit a diverse range of innovative businesses that would complement Carson City’s appeal, according to the city.
Go online to complete the survey or for further information, contact Michael Salogga, Business Development manager, at 283-7122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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