Almost 500 responses to community prioritization survey

 

August 8, 2019

Courtesy of the WCA

Everett Meissner won an iPad in a prize drawing for taking the Wrangell Community Prioritization Survey.

Closing on July 19 last month, the Wrangell Community Prioritization Survey garnered what Ruby McMurren called a surprising number of responses. A total of 482 people responded to the survey, she said. Most of these surveys were completed online, but 49 of them were hard copies.

The survey is part of a grant project by the Administration for Native Americans, lead by McMurren and Talea Massin of the Wrangell Cooperative Association, seeking to combat outmigration of tribal citizens and improve the Wrangell community as a whole. McMurren said that Meilani Schijvens of Rain Coast Data, who h...



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