Chapin is asking residents, businesses and homeowners in nearby areas for their views on town services and desired improvements.
The 10-question survey is available online and in printed form at Town Hall, the Chamber of Commerce and the library through July 22.
“We want to focus on areas and issues that will continue to enhance the quality of services we provide as a municipality and ensure a high quality of life,” town spokeswoman Karen Owens said.
Results of the poll will be used to guide planning for growth in and around the Lexington County community of 1,700 residents on the north side of Lake Murray.
County officials took a similar survey this spring.
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