Kinderhook Memorial Library Community Conversation Survey
The Kinderhook Memorial Library convened five Community Conversations between July 31, 2019 and October 3, 2019, at various locations within the towns of Kinderhook and Stuyvesant. There were more than 50 participants at the meetings, representing private business, nonprofit organizations, law enforcement, education professionals, government service providers, elected officials, religious leaders, students, senior citizens, and other interested community members.

There were several common themes that emerged across all the meetings, although each seemed to have its own focus. The common themes that were touched on in most or all of the meetings are listed below. Please rate each issue according to its importance to you, with a 1 being least important, and a 5 being the most important. Thank you for taking the time to share your opinions with us.
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Economic Development: Attracting and retaining businesses in the area
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Aging in Place: What we offer our senior citizens to help them be able to stay here
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Affordable Housing: Our ability to attract young families to the area, and affordability for seniors on fixed incomes to remain
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Transportation/Walkability: Availability of transportation for medical appointments, shopping, other services
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Youth Services and Opportunities: Arts and recreational activities for youth and families
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Communication: Taking advantage of existing technologies and other means to improve communication with residents
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Neighborliness: Formal and/or informal support systems for families and individuals in their neighborhoods
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What other issues do you feel need to be addressed in your community?
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