It’s time to vote on and volunteer for projects identified during the community visioning process. When you click the link for the voting form, you will see the 18 final project ideas listed in both questions 2 and 3.
In question 2, you have 100 points to allocate to projects you would most like to see implemented. You may allocate points to as many projects as you like, but your points must add up to 100.
Question 3 is of greater importance. Here you can check which projects you are willing to help implement. You don’t necessarily need to have technical expertise to contribute; you just need to be willing to participate in the project team, which could include promoting the project, lining up (hiring) technical expertise, etc.
The Lincoln County BBC Steering Team will consider points per project when making final funding allocations, however projects with passionate volunteers are more likely to move forward than projects with many points and fewer volunteers.
Voting closes on Friday, December 10th.
Community Visioning Events:
The virtual community visioning process is two meetings over the course of one week.
- Community Vision Meeting: Tuesday, November 9 from 6:00-8:00pm – Meeting Recording; Access Passcode: $%TTsf42
- Recording available for 90 days from date of meeting
- Note – you can fast forward through the 17 minutes of empty room during the two breakout sessions
- Brainstorm Meeting: Tuesday, November 16 from 6:00-7:30pm – Meeting Recording; Access Passcode: Udqd&&3v