Become a Stakeholder

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Interested in becoming a stakeholder? Stakeholders can be anyone in the community that is passionate about Hurricane. We want to set up one-on-one phone calls with stakeholders in Hurricane and talk about your specific experience in the community, what opportunities you see for growth or change, what you value and wish to preserve.

If you would like to be contacted for a phone call interview, please leave your email, name, and organization below and our team will contact you to set up a time!

Interested in becoming a stakeholder? Stakeholders can be anyone in the community that is passionate about Hurricane. We want to set up one-on-one phone calls with stakeholders in Hurricane and talk about your specific experience in the community, what opportunities you see for growth or change, what you value and wish to preserve.

If you would like to be contacted for a phone call interview, please leave your email, name, and organization below and our team will contact you to set up a time!

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Taylor Leavitt509-720-9119leavittt@pripd.comProperty Reserve, Inc.I'd like to schedule an interview, please!

tbleavitt 5 months ago

Jessica McKelley, Jessicamckelley@gmail.com

jmckelley 6 months ago

Moved here 11 years ago. I was opposed to the Cove project, but unlike many who was opposed, I'm in favor of Hurricane growing. We have one of the smallest student bodies in this region and in order to compete we need families with children moving here. We need to encourage job's to come here instead of St. George. We can see what happens when tourism slows.

Dale 6 months ago
artmodelman@gmail.com 6 months ago