Friday, April 27, 2007

Dunedin residents will get a chance to have their say on the city in the annual Residents Opinion survey being sent out this weekend.

Households are selected at random to particpate in the survey which asks how residents feel about Dunedin as well as how satisfied they are with services and facilities the Council provides.

The survey covers the spectrum of Council activites, from saftey on the streets to opinions on Carisbrook.

DCC Policy Analyst Andrea Howard says it's the best means the council has for getting community feedback.

She says they'll investigate any issues that arise from the responses, to see if they need to alter the services .

The results of the survey will be available in early July.

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