White Hill & Death Valley Community Survey

January 13, 2020 | 1 Comment

Residents and workers in the area between Somerset Bridge and Whale Bay Road, Southampton are being urged to participate in an online community survey from January 15 to February 15.

A spokesperson said, “The results of this survey will help the community partners determine the best ways to help the community, as well as create a more interconnected and cohesive community.

“Community leaders from the White Hill and Death Valley communities have been meeting since April of 2019 around the issue of ‘Social Cohesion’ based on the following goals:

  • “To determine interests/projects and community activities deemed to be beneficial to community cohesiveness’ e.g. annual Good Friday celebrations; Community Sports Club Programs; Dalton Tucker School projects; and other community projects of importance to community development.
  • “To provide such leadership and assistance as required to accomplish community goals and objectives.
  • “To provide human, physical and financial assistance to community projects.
  • “To join with community organizations to provide such assistance as required to achieve agreed objectives.
  • “To actively participate with others in planning, organizing and the delivery of events that are aimed at upgrading, improving community and family development.
  • “To identify specific roles and/or assistance required.

White Hill & Death Valley Community Survey Bermuda Jan 2020

“To this end, the leadership are launching a survey aimed at soliciting the views of all residents and families living in the area between the draw bridge at Somerset Bridge and Whale Bay Road, Southampton to complete the survey instrument to ensure that their views are included in our plans. Workers in this community are also invited to complete the survey.

“The survey will be executed online utilizing a computer referenced link between January 15 and February 15, 2020. It is intended to share the results of the survey with the community at a date and time following receipt of the survey results.

“The committee is grateful for the support of the Esso Gas Station in Southampton, Maxi Mart Grocery, Dalton Tucker School, and all nine churches in the community for their support and encouragement in distributing the survey instruments.

“This initiative is being spearheaded by a committee representing the Mt Zion AME Church, Emmanuel Methodist Church, Dalton E. Tucker Primary School, Lodge Somers Isle, executive officers of Somerset Bridge Recreation Club and Death Valley Field, former leaders and past presidents and executives of the above community organizations, and current political and district leaders as observers.

“The committee wishes to express its gratitude to all participants and contributors to this initiative, including especially Mrs. Kim Jackson of the Mirrors program, who continues to provide leadership and guidance to the committee on these issues.”

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  1. Google says:

    How come all we ever do is gather information? We never act upon the “information” gathered so WTF is it worth?

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