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Residents to have say on Council's performance
April 27th, 2016
[TDC press release]
From Friday 6th May, the Tasman District Council will conduct its annual survey to find out how Tasman residents think the Council is performing.
Mayor Richard Kempthorne said it was important for the Council to regularly examine how residents feel the Council delivers services to the community.
"The residents' survey helps us to track our performance and hear the views of our communities on what we do well and where we can improve. One way this can be done is through an independent and impartial interview with a representative cross-section of Tasman people.
"The results of the survey will be made public and will form part of the Council's formal reporting. They are a critical ingredient in planning for further improvements to our services.
"We really hope those who are contacted to participate in the survey take the opportunity to let us know how they think we are doing."
The Council commissions the National Research Bureau (NRB) to undertake the telephone survey. Using a randomised selection method, NRB will telephone residents throughout the District to ask for their opinion. The survey is totally confidential.
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