People are getting hip to game,
“”You come to this event, it’s a lot of surveys; it’s a lot of questions asking what people think,” Murphy-Watson said. “But I think, especially specifically in north St. Louis, we always get surveyed. Then what? So, I’m just still waiting on the then what.””
They don’t care what you think. They care that you think they care about what you think, an old play designed to get you to the polls.
City Of St. Louis Seeks Public Input On Economic Development Strategy
St. Louis residents had a chance Tuesday to weigh in on the city’s new economic development strategy. Timetria Murphy-Watson was one of a few dozen people