The Twin Falls City Council will be discussing the results of the $11,000 dollar public opinion survey at its regular meeting tonight.  The Times News reports that the survey revealed that city residents are not real keen on civic engagement with 23 percent reporting that they attended at least one public meeting in the last year.

But the survey did reveal that about half of those who responded to the survey were generally satisfied with the direction the city is headed in.  401 surveys of the 1200 sent out were returned.  Respondents indicated that getting from one side of town to the other side is not as easy as they would like and they also were not happy with the amount of available affordable child care.