City seeks response to Comprehensive Plan resident survey
By Josh Miller
MARSHFIELD — The city is asking for public input to provide guidance in the developing Marshfield’s Comprehensive Plan. The University of Wisconsin-River Falls Survey Research Center is assisting the city with developing, mailing out, and tabulating a random sample survey.
Your participation in taking the survey is greatly appreciated, and the input you provide will assist in making critical decisions in the early stages of the planning process. Watch for the survey by mail in the upcoming days.
For those that do not receive a survey in the mail but would still like to provide feedback and take the survey, the city will have copies available near the Marshfield Public Library checkout desk and at the city clerk’s office on the fifth floor of City Hall. Surveys can be turned in at either the library checkout desk or the City Clerk’s office by Feb. 24, 2016. We hope to have results of the survey by May and will share them with the public when they become available.
If there are any questions regarding the survey, please contact Josh Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-486-2075.