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Westminster seeks input on local quality of life through survey

The City of Westminster mailed surveys to residents seeking their input about quality of life.

According to a news release from the city, “The survey is designed to provide a baseline of how the City government is serving its residents, to gauge perceptions of Westminster as a community, and to make comparisons with other local governments.”

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National Research Center Inc. of Boulder, Colorado, mailed the surveys on behalf of Westminster. A total of 1,700 randomly selected households will receive them and are asked to then complete them either online or on paper. Those who complete the online version will be asked to complete a specific version “to maintain statistical validity,” according to the release.

Those who live within city limits who weren’t mailed a survey can participate in the survey online on the official Westminster City website at www.WestminsterMD.gov.

In the release, Mayor Joe Dominick states, “I hope all Westminster residents will participate in this important survey and help us chart our community’s future. The survey results will be used to improve the quality of City services, and to help create a better Westminster.”

For more information about the survey, contact the Office of the City Administrator at 410-848-5673 or by email at bmatthews@westgov.com.

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