Last week we posted links for residents to the Larchmont 2021 Community Conversation Survey, which is based on comments raised by residents at the three virtual conversations held over the summer, considering planning for the future of the street. Since then almost 450 people have responded to the survey.
So what are people saying? The survey is still open, and survey author John Kaliski, an architect and urban planner who lives in Windsor Village and served as the moderator for the conversations, said he can’t reveal exactly what he is seeing because he doesn’t want to bias the results.
“But needless to say it is interesting and presents a nuanced view of what people are looking for regarding the future of Larchmont, most of it not surprising,” said Kaliski. “We invite everyone who is interested in Larchmont to participate in the survey. We want as much participation as we can get and look forward to sharing the results with the community when it’s completed.”
The survey is still available and it takes less than 10 minutes to answer questions about your opinions of Larchmont. The online survey can be found here. You can read Buzz coverage of the Larchmont 2021 Conversations here.