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Where can I see the noise level of past concerts?
What is the general timeframe for the project?
The project will launch in January and will end in late May or early June. A proposed workplan will be presented after the first of the year.
What methods will be used for gathering the data?
To ensure comprehensive data collection over a variety of communications modules used by different generations and backgrounds, current methods being planned include:
Two-three telephone surveys comprising over 1,000 interviews of voters, residents, and businesses. These interviews will draw random, representative samples of the following target audiences identified by the Authority:
City of Santa Clara
Near/proximity-Stadium residents, businesses and regional residents
As many as four scientific small-setting focus groups will be engaged
As many as six geographic/organizational focus groups will be engaged
As many as six community meetings will be held
Meetings will include small group discussions with trained facilitators
Every elected Authority Board Member will be interviewed
As many as 100 on-on-one interviews with community members will be conducted
Online Platform and Outreach Materials
Additionally, an online platform will be created to enable members of the public in Santa Clara and its neighboring cities to provide input
Deanna J. Santana
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