Although they hadn’t received the results yet, the Block Island Land Trust appeared pleased with the number of people who responded to the public priorities poll conducted over Columbus Day weekend. At the meeting on October 16, Land Trust Chair Barbara MacMullan noted there had been 134 responses.
“Apparently they were enjoying the survey,” said MacMullan, referring not to the respondents, but to those conducting it. She said that Land Trust member Harold “Turtle” Hatfield, who was not yet present, had received a survey call, but because he could not respond, then “quizzed” the survey
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