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Los Alamos County is a good place to live. At least that’s what residents are saying, according to a survey conducted by a Colorado firm.
The county has been conducting citizen satisfaction surveys for several years.
The purpose of the citizen survey is to gather public opinion on a variety of subjects, including satisfaction with county services and programs.
When possible, the information gained by the survey is used by the county to help guide the county’s goals for service improvement.
The survey was conducted by Vantage Marketing Research Inc., based in Littleton, Colo.
Approximately 400 county residents were randomly selected to participate in the phone survey. Residents received survey calls between Sept. 15 and 30.
Vantage designed the survey to be completed in less than 15 minutes. A variety of questions were included that would solicit the public’s input on quality of life, community needs, county resource allocation and media information and sources.
Jim Eshelman of Vantage Marketing Research attended the council meeting on Tuesday night and made a presentation of some of the results to council.
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