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CVRD wants you to communicate your thoughts about CVRD communications

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In an effort to improve communications with the community, the Cowichan Valley Regional District is soliciting input for a new communications plan.

An online survey aims to collect input on interests and priorities, plus how Cowichanians would like to receive information, when to be consulted on CVRD initiatives, and how to share input.

"The input from residents will be incorporated into the strategy and plan in conjunction with input from the (CVRD) board and staff, along with considerations to factors such as budget and staff resources," a press release explains.

"By talking to residents and asking them for input in this survey, we will be able to create a communications action plan that uses our resources responsibly by focusing on their interest and priorities," CVRD Chairman Rob Hutchins adds.

Visit the CVRD website to fill out the survey.

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