Friday, February 8, 2008
3,000 Cranberry Township homes will soon receive surveys asking for input on how the municipality is responding to resident’s needs and how they would like to see their community look in the future. The questioners will touch on issues such as service levels, transportation, recreation and water and sewer issues. A committee drawing up a long-range plan that will set goals into the year 2030 will use the data. The survey will also serve as a benchmark for future surveys. Township spokesperson Peter Longini says Cranberry has been growing for the last 20 years and expects to continue to grown for the next 15 years. Right now about 60-percent of the land is developed. The 30 question surveys will be sent out the week of Feb 11th.