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April 16, 2008

Albany--  Just how good is the Good Life City? Hundreds of you will be able to let the city know your true feelings.

3,000 Albany residents were randomly selected by the city to participate in a citizen survey. Participants will rate the city on everything from their neighborhoods to what they think of the fire and police departments.

City leaders are looking for honest and candid answers.

"We actually have some questions in there that are not a rating type question but more of a response question where you can talk about things that you do like or don't like directly. We even have an area to offer suggestions where people can say we're not doing something or be more specific. We'd like to hear it all, good and bad," said Albany Assistant City Manager Wes Smith.

The city budgeted $25,000 for the survey. Surveys will be sent out in the next four weeks. Data collected will allow the city to come up with an initiative to improve low scoring areas and compare scores with other cities.

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