Assemblyman Andy Goodell (R,C-Chautauqua County) is urging constituents to fill out his 2011 Legislative Survey and return it to his district office either by mail, or in person. The poll was recently mailed to households in Chautauqua County in an effort to gain important feedback from Chautauqua County residents on important issues facing New York state.
“Government works best when we work together,” said Goodell. “The residents of Chautauqua County have a lot of great ideas. That’s why it is so important that the families, business owners, teachers, seniors and residents of Chautauqua County take the time to fill out this survey and return it as soon as possible. Feedback from Chautauqua County residents is crucial to forming a legislative agenda that truly represents the needs, concerns and ideas of our community.”
The survey deals with critical issues, such as budget priorities, job creation, education, energy policy, and other key issues. In addition to several questions, the survey contains several opportunities to provide additional comments and suggestions. The survey responses will be used to help guide legislative policy next year.
Anyone who did not receive a copy of the survey in the mail can request a survey by contacting Assemblyman Goodell’s office at 664-7773, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by stopping at his office at Fenton Building, 2 East 2nd Street, Suite 320 in Jamestown.