Wakefield Housing Survey Will Gauge Community Housing Needs, Interest

By Quinn O’Hara

The Wakefield Housing Committee released a survey on February 13th that will assess the need for housing in Wakefield.

The Committee’s Chair, Becky Willmann, said Natalie Muruato of Grow Clay County helped her and the rest of the Committee put it together. She said the survey includes 28 questions and should take less than 20 minutes to complete. The survey aims to gauge Wakefield’s needs and desires when it comes to potential housing projects.

Willmann said the Committee hopes to get a large number of responses to their survey.

The Wakefield Housing Survey is available through the link below. Those interested in paper copies can visit Wakefield City Hall. The survey runs from now until March 31st.

Click here for the survey.

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