So here, Lisa Albers at Crosscut is accusing Sound Transit of “push-polling” with the survey they are asking people to take. Mrs Albers is way off-base. It’s just a survey, not a poll, and they are not likely to use the information for anything but getting an idea of what sort of proposals to put on the ballot and when.
I think it’s odd that when it when Sound Transit seeks public feedback about it’s proposals, they are accused of push-polling, while King County can sneak in $1.1 billion for foot ferries with nary a public comment?
I appreciate agencies seeking public outreach. What do you think?