Survey seeks public’s input on government funding

Residents in Norwood are getting the chance to tell the government what their community needs by completing a federal funding survey that's been distributed by

The neighborhood advisory board is asking residents what services need more funding.

The neighborhood advisory board is asking residents what services need more funding. (5/26/13)

NORWOOD - Residents in Norwood are getting the chance to tell the government what their community needs by completing a federal funding survey that's been distributed by the neighborhood advisory board.

The survey asks residents to rank services in the order of what they consider to need the most funding. Services on the survey include housing, education, and senior services.

Board members will be in different parts of Norwood every Saturday for the next four weeks to distribute and collect surveys.

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