A survey seeking input on property tax rates and spending priorities of Peachtree City government was not as popular as hoped.
A volunteer committee mailed out 1,200 invitations to randomly selected residents to participate in an online survey ... but only 210 responses came back after the two-week deadline expired.
The city’s Needs Assessment Committee was hoping to get 400 responses, which would have put the survey’s margin of error at plus/minus 5 percent. Since they barely got half, however, the margin of error increases to a bit under 7 percent. Read More»