"They want to know certain areas in town or certain things they've heard about.This is the kind of thing that helps us get information out and gives us a chance to interact with people and hopefully solve some problems."All the leaders were impressive to Ben Nguyen Tang Le, a Tallahassee real-estate broker."It's great to see Tallahassee is moving on up," Nguyen Tang Le said.
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Others said little and allowed the leaders to share unknown facts about themselves or their stance on issues.
But a nonprofit here borrowed the concept of speed dating to allow a dozen officials and leaders to get some face time with about five dozen constituents. VIDEO: Speed dating tries to match pets, owners Some participants quizzed leaders on water and air quality, budget issues, the homeless, development in rural areas, educational programs and police officers in schools.
But a non-profit here borrowed the concept of speed dating to allow a dozen officials and leaders to get some face time with about five dozen constituents Thursday.
And every 7 minutes a bell sounded so the officials could switch tables.
After hearing President Barack Obama talk about 3-D printing in his State of the Union address, Ryan Cohn is convinced that this area can play a part in what he considers the next big thing in technology."We can be that hub," said Cohn, vice president of social/digital operations at Sachs Media Group, to Leon County Commissioner John Dailey.
A 3-D printer makes a three-dimensional image of any shape from a digital model and can be used for in industries including footwear, engineering, construction, jewelry, and dental and medical supplies."We've got the labor, blue collar specifically, that could jump into action and help to revitalize the community," Cohn said.
The event, co-sponsored by The Village Square and Leadership Tallahassee, was designed to create conversation as participants nibbled on pizza and sipped lemonade and sweet tea.
Tallahassee-based Village Square calls itself a unique model for civic engagement in America, attempting to bridge partisan divides to solve local problems. Petersburg, Fla., and hopes its ideas will catch on."A lot of times, they wanted to know about projects in the community," Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge said about the constituents he met.