Upper Township Residents to Be Surveyed in Name of Economic Development

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UPPER TOWNSHIP, N.J. -

Officials in Upper Township are looking for feedback from residents and local business regarding new initiatives for the South Jersey township.

The Upper Township Economic Development Commission is conducting an online survey to hear comments and concerns from the community about potential development projects.

The survey will consist of four multiple-choice questions and one open-ended question, both of which should just take a few minutes to complete.

Possible projects include developing shopping and dinning opportunities and constructing a new recreational bike path.

Responses will be accepted through the end of the month — Thursday, November 30th.

Any Upper Twp. resident wishing to participate in the survey can visit uppertownship.com.

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