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Mayor, much of council against paying for a professionally-done community survey
Once a victim of the recession and now social media, are traditional surveys fading?

At a town council study session Nov. 14 at the public library’s auditorium, the mayor and council seemed content to keep it that way. Surveys are expensive, oftentimes costing multiple thousands of dollars. (Courier stock photo)

At a town council study session Nov. 14 at the public library’s auditorium, the mayor and council seemed content to keep it that way. Surveys are expensive, oftentimes costing multiple thousands of dollars. (Courier stock photo)

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