National poll seeks to answer some questions on family life

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July 9, 1987


Residents of Maryland are among 13,000 people in 100 communities and regions across America who are being asked to participant in the first national survey ever devoted exclusively to understanding U.S. families and households, according to Temple University.

Included in the study by the Philadelphia school are people from Baltimore area counties and residents of Montgomery, Prince George’s and Frederick counties.


County Council wants help to evaluate its website

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17thCountyCouncilwithCherriBransonWebThe Montgomery County Council has released a public survey to gauge the success and accessibility of their website.

According to the council office, the survey was not sent out in reaction to any complaints about the functionality of the website, but was sent to see if changes need to be made.

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