Meeting on income survey Tuesday

A public meeting on a village-wide income survey will be held next week.

The information meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the village offices on Saunders Street.

Village residents are being asked to supply their household income as part of a village-wide survey that will be completed by RCAP Solutions.

The results from the survey will be used to determine the village’s eligibility for funding programs such as the USDA Rural Development grants, the New York State Revolving Loan Fund and the Small Cities Development Block Grant. These grants, if received, would be used to make upgrades to the village’s sewer system.

Survey forms were mailed out to village residents earlier this month and personnel from RCAP Solutions will follow-up with door-to-door interviews later this year. At least 60 percent of village residents need to complete the survey for the village to be eligible.

All the data collected is completely confidential.

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