Eau Claire Co. wants your input before drafting 2019 budget

Eau Claire (WQOW) – The Eau Claire Committee on Finance & Budget is looking for your opinion on services provided by the county. 

According to the county, the services are sometimes obvious, like highway plow trucks, and other times less obvious, like public health disease prevention. 

So, the county put together a survey for residents to fill out – showing the county what you think are the most important services provided by the county.

Each service has five options – optional, desired, important, essential and critical. 

Your votes will help the county as it prepares its 2019 budget.

To fill out the survey, click here.

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