City survey in the mail

Apr. 22, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News


The Plymouth Economic Development Council has asked the Eastern Michigan University to conduct a systematic survey to assess the perception of city residents on issues of public importance. The council says 700 randomly selected households will soon receive the survey invitation by first class mail.

Questions will be framed on issues such as public safety, roads and streets and parking, special events and other topics. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete in writing or on-line using a survey identifier unique to the resident’s household. EMU administrators will summarize survey information from all responding households and the resultant report will available to residents for review.


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