Sunday, January 06, 2013

Oconee County Voters Name Economic Problems As Most Important, Survey Finds

Many List No Problem

Oconee County residents are most concerned about economic issues facing the county, including the need for economic development and for growth in employments prospects, according to a scientific survey of registered voters conducted just before the elections last November.

The voters also are concerned about the county’s schools, about strains on the county’s infrastructure and about the weak housing market.