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Public input sought for Conyers strategic plan
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The City of Conyers is trying to make sure every voice counts as it seeks the public's opinion in an online survey as part of the city's strategic planning process.

Conyers officials appointed a 12-member committee in the late fall of 2014 to cultivate ideas and direction for the city as well as generate interest among local civic groups and organizations, businesses and individuals in providing feedback on the future of the city of Conyers. The city also contracted with the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government to develop a strategic plan.

"This survey encourages citizens to be candid and quite honest in their opinions of what they like about Conyers, what they'd like to see here in the future, how we compare to other communities and towns people like to visit. If you are invested in Conyers, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with us," said Mayor Randy Mills. "Every voice counts when it comes to hearing what we're doing well and where we can improve."

The survey link is: and a link is also available on the Conyers website homepage at The survey will be live beginning Feb. 2 through March 16, 2015.

Officials with the Carl Vinson Institute of Government will be conducting individual and focus group interviews in Conyers throughout the month of February to ask more detailed questions about quality of life issues and concerns in the community. Town hall meetings will also be held in the coming months.

For more information on the city's strategic planning process, contact Jennifer Edwards at 770-929-4299 or