Stow city officials want to know what you think about safety in buildings for the Stow-Munroe Falls Schools and other public community buildings.
This week the city posted a survey in conjunction with SurveyMonkey to gauge residents' opinions about existing and possible expanded security levels in Stow's public buildings.
Stow Mayor Sara Drew said the survey is designed to best gauge the public's response for appropriate action regarding possible changes to building safety.
"As we move forward on this, any potential changes may have a cost attached to that, and that has to be part of our conversation," Drew said.
The survey is part of Drew's recently created Stow Safety Task Force, which was established to review security levels in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings in Newtown, CT.
Residents who can't take the survey can still weigh in on the issue by attending a safety task force meeting or by writing or calling the mayor or your council representative.
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