Beginning this week, a 1,200 randomly selected Summit residents will receive a mail survey to learn about their experiences and preferences relating to a wide range of local services. The results will be useful in assessing the level of citizen satisfaction with delivery of services and understanding what services the public considers most important. Authorized by Common Council and fully funded through a generous grant from the Summit Area Public Foundation, the survey will be conducted on behalf of the City of Summit by the National Research Center, Inc. The final report is scheduled to be received in April.