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FDL Band launches housing, community needs survey

Randomly selected households will be asked to fill out the survey. However, a general survey option is also available.

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CLOQUET — The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has launched a housing and community needs assessment survey, according to a news release.

The survey will include responses from a randomly selected group of households on the Fond du Lac Reservation. These households will receive a notice on their door in June with information on how to access the online survey, the news release said. They can fill out the survey online at fdlrez.com/survey.htm and choose "Selected Homes Survey." Participants will be asked to provide the survey code located on their door hangar. People who are not sure about their survey code can use the lookup tool on the FDL Survey page link or email FDLPlanning@fdlrez.com.

Other people who are interested may fill out a general survey by visiting fdlrez.com/survey.htm and selecting "General Survey."

The data collected will be used to enhance local programs and attract funding for housing and other community programs, the news release said.

The survey will seek information on income, education, housing situation, use of and need for community programs and services, the news release said. All responses will remain confidential and anonymous.

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Anyone with questions is asked to contact the FDL Planning Division at FDLPlanning@fdlrez.com.

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