Governor Asks for Input on Main Street Project

By Beacon Staff

HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock says a new online survey will allow state residents to offer economic development ideas.

Bullock said that the surveys are part of the Main Street Montana Project.

The governor has been soliciting ideas from community and business leaders on ways to improve the job creation environment for the private sector.

Bullock says all Montanans are encouraged to submit ideas with the survey. It can be found at MainStreetMontanaProject.com/Survey.

The governor tapped business leaders to lead the project.

A final product is expected early next year. It is expected to cover everything from workforce development though education to government regulations.

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