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Streets, parks still citizens’ priorities: Residents who responded to annual city survey have same issues at top this year

Good news is, work is being done to improve streets in Woodstock. Bad news is, it will be a temporary inconvenience for drivers as they are directed around construction equipment, as shown in this photo from last week on Lake Avenue. Street improvements was the top recommendation of residents who responded to the city’s second annual community survey. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)

Woodstock residents want better streets. That’s a clear message from responses to the city’s annual community survey that drew feedback from  1,567 people, nearly 200 fewer than answered the first […]

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