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Survey for residents on camp roads WITH road associations

  • 09 Feb 2010 9:26 AM
    Message # 288520
    Deleted user

    Hello,

     

    As a result of the camp road report to the legislature last year (developed with stakeholder input, including that of Betsy Conner Bowen of MARA), the DEP has been working on implementing some of the report recommendations.  We are in the process of developing some outreach messages, and we need your help

     

    If you are willing to, please complete the questions below - they should only take about 5 minutes to complete.

     

    Please then either email your responses to me (I will not be recording who the surveys come from), or mail back a printed version to the address below.

     

    We would greatly appreciate your taking the time to complete the survey - and your responses would be helping make the outreach as effective as possible.

     

    Please feel free to have other residents on camp roads with road associations complete the surveys as well - we are looking for a wide variety of opinions from residents on camp roads with road associations.

     

    Please submit answers to the questions by February 28:

         via email: kristin.b.feindel@maine.gov, or

         via mail:  Kristin Feindel

                      Maine DEP

                      17 State House Station

                      Augusta, ME 04333

     

    Thank you!

     

    Kristin Feindel

    Maine DEP

    207-287-5586

    kristin.b.feindel@maine.gov

     

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    Dusty, potholed, eroding roads surround Maine Lakes.  Is your camp road one of them?  Learn how you can have a better, safer surface and spend less on maintenance once the road is properly repaired.

     

    1. In your own words, what is the take away point of this message?

     

    2.  Is there anything about this message that you would change to make it more effective, clearer, more persuasive with camp road owners?

     

    3.  Does this message seem to speak to you as a camp road owner?  Why or why not?

     

    4. Please use the space below to provide any additional feedback regarding this message.

     

     

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    Soil might be natural, but soil washing off camp roads is not.  In fact, soil erosion from camp roads is the single largest source of lake water pollution.  To protect your lake learn how to maintain your camp road by going to www.______

    1. In your own words, what is the take away point of this message?

     

    2.  Is there anything about this message that you would change to make it more effective, clearer, more persuasive with camp road owners?

     

    3.  Does this message seem to speak to you as a camp road owner?  Why or why not?

     

    4. Please use the space below to provide any additional feedback regarding this message.

     

     

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    Is your camp road feeding your lake a diet high in soil & phosphorus?  Soil erosion is a major source of pollution.  Join the many other road associations that protect their lake by learning how to have a lake-friendly camp road.

     

    1. In your own words, what is the take away point of this message?

     

    2.  Is there anything about this message that you would change to make it more effective, clearer, more persuasive with camp road owners?

     

    3.  Does this message seem to speak to you as a camp road owner?  Why or why not?

     

    4. Please use the space below to provide any additional feedback regarding this message.

     

     

     

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