Opportunity to offer feedback

The Transportation Commission is preparing a survey that will be administered in July. Members of the Ferry Community Partnership have been asked for input on questions for the survey that can either relate to summer travel and/or general ferry issues and ideas. If you would like to make suggestions, please contact me directly at sjbrooks@aol.com by Wednesday, April 11. We have until early June, but it would be best to take care of this now, if possible.

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About sjbrooksyoung

Susan Brooks-Young has been involved in the field of instructional technology since 1979. She was one of the original technology users in the district where she taught and has continued to explore ways in which technology can be used to facilitate student learning. She has worked as computer mentor, technology trainer, and technology curriculum specialist. Prior to establishing her own consulting firm, Susan was a teacher, site administrator, and technology specialist in a county office of education in a career that spanned more than 23 years. Since 1986, she has published articles and software reviews in a variety of education journals. She is also author of a number of books which focus on how school leaders can implement the NETS*A Standards. Susan works with educators internationally, focusing on practical technology-based strategies for personal productivity and effective technology implementation in schools. Susan and her husband live on Lopez Island, WA.

2 thoughts on “Opportunity to offer feedback

  1. Susan Herrera

    Hi Susan – I think we covered a lot of complaints this morning. A recap, as best I can recall, along with some we didn’t:
    1)Overlap of ferries at the docks on all runs.
    2)No consideration for the local economy or the working commuters in San Juan County. First order of business should be getting people & students to work and school & back in a timely manner. Fit tourists around that.
    3)San Juan County businesses and commercial drivers should be a top priority as WSF charges steep fees for transport of overlength/overheight commercial vehicles as opposed to cars and bicycles.
    4)Many commercial drivers also pay additional fees for priority loading – another money-maker for WSF.
    5)If the galley kept consistent hours that we could count on, maybe we would count on them for meals or refreshments on the commute. But since they don’t, we won’t.
    That’s a start. Thanks for your work on this!
    Susan

    Reply
    1. sjbrooksyoung Post author

      Thanks for taking the time to post your concerns, Susan. Do you see any questions that could be drawn from this list for the F.R.O.G. survey this summer, or is this primarily feedback for the FAC and WSF?

      Reply

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