Dover survey, House for ME auction: Community news


National citizen survey seeks opinions from Dover residents

DOVER — The city has released its biannual National Community Survey. Dover residents are encouraged to participate to help the city measure service performance and quality and assess community needs.

The community survey results, combined with other feedback, help the City Council, various city boards and commissions, and the city administration understand and respond appropriately to the community’s needs in the upcoming years and make comparisons to other peer cities. The questions focus on community livability, quality of life, local policies, rating of local government services, and resident use of services.

The online survey can be accessed here: Randomly selected residents were mailed in May either a physical copy of the survey or a postcard that directed recipients to an online survey via a private link. If you received the survey’s paper version or a private online survey link, please complete those versions instead.

Survey results will be available after the survey concludes on June 16.

A House for ME announces upcoming auction

A House for ME is an innovative project to provide supportive housing for people with developmental disabilities. Formed and recognized as a 501c3 charity in 2016, they have now provided safe community-based housing in Kittery for over five years.

KITTERY, Maine — A House for ME has announced its fourth annual online auction – to be held June 17-24.

Many groups, businesses and individuals across the Seacoast community have supported A House for ME in many ways. Kennebunk Savings is the lead sponsor for the auction and dozens of businesses and individuals have donated items as well. There are already over 200 items up for bid.

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