October 24, 2013
OSWEGO COUNTY- With one week left, Oswego County is only 351 responses short of the goal for the online survey created by Engage CNY. The Engage CNY survey is the first stage in a new initiative, led by CNY Arts to make Central New York a better place to live, work, play, and visit. The survey was distributed to residents and visitors in the counties of Oswego, Onondaga, Cortland, Madison, Oneida and Herkimer.
"The survey window closes October 31 to all regions," said Oswego County Administrator Phil Church. "Engage CNY is currently at 90 percent of their response goal. They are asking for one last push for residents and visitors in each county to take the online survey. The survey takes about eight to ten minutes to complete."
When taking the survey, guests will be asked what they think about entertainment and leisure offerings in their area as well as what they think could be done to make Central New York a better place to live and work.
To learn more about the Engage CNY project, visit www.cnyarts.org. The CNY Arts effort is funded through a grant from the CNY Regional Economic Development Council.
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