City of Sierra Madre Survey

In 2004 the Rose Institute conducted a survey of public services performance on behalf of the city of Sierra Madre. Residents expressed high satisfaction with the performance of the Fire Department and that local tax revenues were spent effectively to provide quality city services. The survey also gauged support for construction of a new city library if the projected cost was 75 dollars per household for 30 years. Survey results indicated that residents tended to purchase books rather than check them out from the library while most residents were content with the services provided at the existing city library.

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