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Regional district of Nanaimo seeks residents feedback

The Regional District of Nanaimo is seeking the opinion of residents on the wide range of services it offers.

Part of an operational and efficiency review announced late last year, the regional district has enlisted the aid of Ipsos Public Affairs to conduct a phone survey within municipalities. Randomly selected residents in electoral areas will receive a mail-out detailing how to take the survey online or how to schedule it by phone – the online component is available to electoral area residents only.

“We are looking for ways to streamline and improve service delivery to better meet the needs of our communities,” said regional district chairman Joe Stanhope. “Our goal with this operational and efficiency review is to strengthen the link of our service delivery to the strategic priorities of the RDN, so that we become more effective and efficient in carrying out the work we do.”

All information provided is confidential and will only be used to help improve service delivery. Residents with questions are asked to call 1-877-607-4111.

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