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Survey to gauge public opinion on recreation areas

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As part of the effort to update the city’s open space and recreation plan, the Amesbury Office of Community & Economic Development wants residents to fill out a survey focused on the towns’ parks, recreation areas, and open space. The survey is available at the city clerk’s office at Town Hall on Friend Street, at the library on Main Street, and at the Council on Aging on Elm Street, as well as online at The results will be presented at a public meeting on April 24 at 6 p.m. in City Hall, and on the city’s website.

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