Some Time-Killers Do Matter

Interested in what happens on RM 2222? Take the city's online community vision survey for its RM 2222 corridor project, prepared by Land Design Studios, at You'll answer some demographic questions and do a visual preference survey that presents real pictures of real development. You get to choose the ones you like and don't like.

You don't need to actually live or work on the RM 2222 corridor to contribute your input -- though if you do (and particularly if you're between RR 620 and Loop 360) you really should take the survey. It requires about 15 minutes and is user-friendly (my computer crashed before I was finished, but I was able to resume right where I left off). After the Nov. 1 deadline, survey data will go into Land Design Studio's study of alternative development standards for the corridor. They promise your e-mail address (required) will never be sold to anyone.

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