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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

City of Durham seeks input for strategic plan

Posted by on Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 11:43 AM

Durham city officials have set up an online survey for residents, City Council members, employees and other members of the community to gain insight on the city's strengths, weaknesses and proposed priorities. Responses will be gathered through Friday, Dec. 18.

The results will be combined with feedback from other forums, such as Coffee with Council sessions in which residents meet with the city's leadership, and presented in a strategic plan in June.

Those without online access can also fill out the survey in person. Forms are available at the city's One Call desk in the lobby of City Hall at 101 City Hall Plaza downtown.

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