Have you returned your Chino Valley Citizens Survey?
Town officials recently distributed the 2012 Citizens Survey that gives a local registered voters a chance to have a say on how money is spent, what programs and services are important to them, and to rate how often they use various services.
"If there ever was a time to weigh in, it's now," said town mayor Chris Marley. "We need to know what the entire body of town's people, how they feel about these subjects. We need to know what their priorities are and we need to know how they want them funded."
Surveys were marked for return by Nov. 30.
There will be a public information meeting on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Town Hall, 202 N Highway 89, where town officials will be able to answer questions about the survey and provide additional information on services. While the surveys were sent only to registered voters, this meeting is open to the any who want to attend.
The surveys are to be returned by Nov. 30.
Call 928-636-2646 for more information.
Another opportunity to see local government in action will be this Tuesday, Nov.13 at 6 p.m., for the next Town Council Meeting.
The agenda for the meeting, held at Town Hall, is available on line at www.chinoaz.net .
Items on this week's agenda include:
Consideration and possible action to approve a utility rate schedule (item 7-A)
Consideration and possible action to approve an agreement with Red Oak Consulting, for the calculating of Town Development Impact Fees (item 7-J)
Both of these items may change fees Chino Valley residents currently pay for some services.
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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That survey assumes I would agree to some sort of a tax increase and goes from there. That was a wrong assumption. Try again.
Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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CHINO VALLEY RESIDENT 15 YRS
YES I TURNED IN MY CITIZENS SURVEY, ONE WAY TO HELP SAVE MONEY IS SHUT OFF THE LIGHTS AT THE BALL FIELDS AT RD ONE EAST. RIGHT AFTER THE GAME, NOT 11AM. I DROVE BY THE OTHER NIGHT AT 10 AND IT WAS RAINING AND THEY WERE STILL ON. THEY AREN'T CHEAP TO BURN.