From Lindsay Weisenauer, Public Info Officer, CIty of Dublin:
The City of Dublin is doing an internet utilization survey and asks for resident participation. If you have 10 minutes to spare, please click the link at the end of the paragraph to help.
As you know, being able to measure the extent of the digital divide and digital readiness is critical for community economic development today. For this reason, the City of Dublin has partnered with the Purdue Center for Regional Development to conduct this digital readiness survey. Please feel free to forward to anybody you feel should participate as well. Results from this survey will help gauge digital readiness and the extent of the digital divide in our community and draft policies to address both. Also, aggregated results will be released in the future to the community in general to help jumpstart meaningful conversations. Your participation in this survey is voluntary and is for research purposes. Results will only be released in aggregated form removing personal identifiers. This eighteen question survey should take 7-10 minutes to complete. Should you have any questions about this survey please contact Michelle Crandall, Assistant City Manager of the City of Dublin
or Dr. Roberto Gallardo, Assistant Director of the Purdue Center for Regional Development
Find the survey here:
Tunnel Closures begin today: Also from the City -- beginning today and through Friday, May 4, the tunnel under Memorial Drive near Holyrood will be closed to install stone veneer on the headwalls. Furthermore, the tunnels under Memorial at Cartney C.and the one on Aryshire will be closed intermittently today and tomorrow for painting, though the contractor hopes to wrap it up today.