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How Well Does the Borough of Madison Communicate with Residents Asked in New Survey

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Councilman Ben Wolkowitz and Councilwoman Maureen Byrne, who were both involved in the 2014 strategic planning process.
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MADISON, NJ - Residents are encouraged to complete a short survey on how well the Borough communicates with the general public.  The survey is less than twenty questions and will provide the Borough with useful suggestions on how to improve communication in government.
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In 2014, the Borough of Madison embarked on a comprehensive strategic planning initiative with volunteer committees and staff analyzing 4 areas; Business Operations, Budget/Finance, Utilities and Capital. The Business Operations Committee agreed its research and recommendations should serve to develop better informed citizenry by expanding resources, increasing opportunities for participation, and deepening community relationships. (the committee reports can be found here).

Link to survey: 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSenWKgcsewcJZ3uGnZrCRHyg62_mAYadqTdr77Vi2afzc2JfA/viewform?c=0&w=1

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Link to page with more info: 

http://www.rosenet.org/913/Madison-Borough-Communications-Survey-20

Paper versions of the survey can be found in the Clerk’s Office at the Hartley Dodge Memorial Building, 50 Kings Road.  Anyone with questions should contact cruze@rosenet.org.

 

 

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