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McKelvey Solicits Input From Constituents in Online Survey

January 25, 2010, 9:03 AM HST
* Updated January 27, 5:24 PM
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State Representative Angus McKelvey of Maui is soliciting input from constituents online. McKelvey introduced the online survey to stay in touch with the concerns and priorities of the people he serves and gain feedback on key legislative issues. Although the survey is aimed at residents in District 10, McKelvey welcomed all Maui residents to participate.

The survey touches on areas including the economy, education, tax credits, infrastructure, government, spending priorities, and the permitting process. It can be accessed by visiting:

“The upcoming session will involve difficult decisions facing all of us, so it is essential to get the feedback of our community, so as we move forward on these issues we can make decisions based upon the will of the people,” McKelvey said.

“Going forward, we hope to continue to utilize the web as a no cost means of obtaining current and timely feedback from our constituents and help eliminate the barriers for people to weigh in on these issues as they evolve during the session,” McKelvey said.

(Posted by Wendy Osher)

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