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SRPC conducting housing crisis survey, wants to hear from Rochester residents

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Housing is a hot issue. In New Hampshire and throughout the country, scarce available housing is putting a strain on working families and preventing businesses from recruiting and retaining a workforce. Throughout the year 2022, Strafford Regional Planning Commission will work to address this as part of its Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA).  

To inform this important project, SRPC wants to hear from Rochester residents. How has the housing crisis impacted you and your family? What factors influence where you chose to rent or purchase? Do you see yourself staying put, or moving, and why? 

Take their online survey to share your housing successes and challenges, and be part of a framework for change. Stay up to date on the project, and other opportunities for participating in outreach on the project webpage. Contact Shayna Sylvia (ssylvia@strafford.org), communications and outreach planner, with any questions.

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