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September 18, 2007

Albany - Are you satisfied with the job Albany city leaders and workers are doing and the services they provide? The city will conduct a citizens survey. About 3,000 people from around Albany will be selected to participate in the survey which will cover everything from garbage collection to police service.

"We need a better connect with the people to find out what we're doing well and what we're not doing well. There may be added services we should be providing and this is the best way to get it," said Assistant City Manager Wes Smith.

The survey will cost about $15,000 and take about three months to complete. This is the first time a citizens survey has been conducted in about 20 years.

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