Community ‘Live Survey’ Coming To Falmouth Today

FALMOUTH – The Town of Falmouth will hold its first Live Survey today.

Organized by the board of selectmen, it will allow residents to give their opinions on a variety of local issues. They will be asked what actions can be taken to increase civic involvement and conversation, as well as ways to help citizens.

Susan Moran, the chairwoman of the Board of selectman, said that the survey will help get new input.

“The only real way to do that is to listen and be open to a variety of ideas. Even better is to watch the discourse between citizens and taxpayers of the community,” she said.

Moran said that water will be a topic discussed, and that there is some good news regarding that topic.

“We just finished on time and under budget a big sewer project. We have the most estuaries, I believe, of any community on Cape Cod,” she said.

The event will take place at Falmouth High School with the doors opening at 8:30 a.m. and the survey beginning at 9:00. There will be complimentary bagels and coffee.

Moran has also put forth the idea of having a Valentine party which would serve as a town hall open house where members of various committees and departments would be available to answer questions and take suggestions.

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