Mason District residents who want to offer comments on the state of Mason District and solutions to community concerns have until the end of Sunday, Jan. 6 to fill out the Mason District Council of Community Associations (MDC) survey.
"We have received 488 survey responses to date and we will be releasing the top ten community concerns on Jan. 9. We will use these results as discussion points at the Town Hall. We encourage all Mason District residents to attend the meeting and discuss issues such as the physical condition of area businesses and roadways, overcrowded schools, boarding houses, speeding, etc. with our elected officials. We want to start a much needed dialogue on these things, ” Mollie Loeffler, chair of the Mason District Council, said in a press release from the MDC.
The results of the survey will be released on Wednesday, Jan. 9 before the MDC sponsored town hall Tuesday, Jan. 15.