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Posted on: March 5, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Town Conducting Communications Survey

What would you like us to talk with you about and how should we reach out to you? That's what the Town hopes to learn from citizens in an online survey on communication.

The survey focuses on the various ways that the Town uses to provide news and information and on how to improve communication. The survey will be available online through April 15.

For the link to the survey, see Quick Clicks in the top right corner of the home page of The survey link is under the Hot Topics listing of Quick Clicks.

All survey responses are anonymous.

To try to reach as many people as possible, the Department of Public Affairs and Communications uses a variety of methods. They range from the very low-tech, such as the printed version of the monthly newsletter that is mailed with utility bills, to notifications delivered to subscribers’ smartphones.

The Public Affairs and Communications staff would like to learn more about what types of topics interest residents and which outlets they prefer for receiving the information.

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