Dana Point Council to hear results of two community surveys
The Dana Point City Council this evening will hear the results of two surveys.
Councilwoman Debra Lewis says one survey is a follow-up to one conducted several years ago on how people feel about city government and the services it provides. The other survey was on how residents feel about the districting for City Council elections. Currently, the Council is divided into five districts, and then the Council selects the Mayor. The survey allowed residents to answer if they’d prefer four districts, and then they select the Mayor at large.
She says also at tonight’s meeting, the Council will be asked to approve the creation of a Citizen’s Academy to enable residents to learn how city government operates to become more involved in city affairs.
Tonight’s City Council meeting begins at six.