CLEARWATER — Surveys have been mailed out to Upper Clearwater property owners asking them what they want to do about the annual grant-in-aid service for operation of the Upper Clearwater Community Hall.
The survey asks the question, “Would you like the Upper Clearwater Community Hall grant-in-aid service to be eliminated?”
The TNRD board recently heard from two delegations with opposite views on the issue. The board approved the survey in an effort to sort it all out.
Deadline for returning responses to the TNRD office in Kamloops is noon, April 15.
Survey responses will be collected by TNRD corporate officer Carolyn Black, with overall results released after they’re counted. Anyone with questions about collection, use or disclosure of personal information by the TNRD should contact Black at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-377-8673.
Property owners within the service area who haven’t received their copy of the survey by March 1 should contact Black.