Stallings residents will have a chance to voice their opinion on the town’s services one month earlier than expected.
During their Monday, Oct. 11, meeting, the town council voted to get the survey out by Dec. 1, as members said they’re tired of waiting.
“We haven’t had one piece of paper [since August],” Councilman Wyatt Dunn said. “It’s Oct. 11, [it’s been] two months.”
With public safety outsourcing off the table, the survey would ask residents what they want to see in regard to town services.
Town Manager Brian Matthews said he was still waiting to hear from companies interested in conducting the survey, which was why the council had yet to see anything. Only one company had sent him a copy of their product as of Oct. 11, Matthews said. Dunn suggested the town get a copy of neighbor Indian Trail’s survey, which is set to be released soon.
“We’ll see what Indian Trail has put together, fine tune it for what we want and put it out,” Dunn said.
The council voted 6-0 to generate questions and have the survey ready for release by Dec. 1.