Since we don't have a message board here, I thought I could post this question as an "action."
I listening to a story about Amazon's decisions on where to place their new headquarters and I heard that one of the reasons that areas that were not selected was a lack of transit infrastructure. I'm wondering if we can collect opinions, stories, or op-eds by folks in the business or economic dev communities about how employers make these decisions somewhat on the basis of public infrastructure? Has anyone seen some examples of this? Can we eventually enlist some of our chamber allies to speak to these things?
just some rambling thoughts. Thanks!!
Peter - this is great! I'm hopeful that our discussion or announcement feature will fill in this gap. And what a great idea for the story!