CADILLAC — The Metropolis of Cadillac is working with Lake Superior State College researchers to survey a random collection of residents to replace primary demographic data to attempt to turn into eligible to qualify for grants and packages (outdoors funding), to help in revitalizing Metropolis infrastructure. Researchers from the Group Analysis Middle at Lake Superior State College can be visiting randomly chosen households over the subsequent few weeks to conduct a brief, nameless survey of the next data:

1. Your family’s measurement and revenue stage (with just one class – Do you make above or under an quantity primarily based upon the variety of folks in your family?).

2. Family grownup incapacity standing.

3. Your family’s ethnicity and whether or not the top of family is feminine.

The nameless survey will solely take 1-2 minutes to finish, and the Metropolis is required to gather this up to date data to attempt to qualify for many federal and state enchancment grants by means of the Group Growth Block Grant Program.

Participation from all who had been randomly chosen is important and names aren’t recorded. Researchers may even not share particular person knowledge with both the Metropolis or the State, simply the averages and percentages inside every class.

Area researchers have been inoculated towards COVID-19 and can stay masked and out of doors of your private home. Ought to you might have been randomly chosen, the Metropolis and Lake Superior State sincerely asks that you simply take part on this survey to assist our efforts in attempting to qualify for out of doors funding alternatives.

Please be at liberty to contact our Group Growth Director, John Wallace, with any questions or feedback at 231-775-0181, extension 101 or by way of e mail at [email protected]