Community input sought about historic preservation
An online survey that is open from now until June 17 is gathering information about what Ludington-area community members think about historic preservation efforts within the City of Ludington.
The online questionnaire is an initiative of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network’s Community Assessment program, with funding and support from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority and the State Historic Preservation Office.
The survey is designed “to capture the (community’s) perception of historic preservation in the present and thoughts for the future,” according to a press release about the survey.
“The assessment is intended to provide the community with a snapshot of (Ludington’s) current historic preservation ethic and efforts and create a blueprint of recommendations and resources for advancing historic preservation in the community,” stated the release.
Anyone can access the survey online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LudingtonCommunityQuestionnaire.
The survey findings will be presented at a public meeting Wednesday evening, June 26. The specific time and location are yet to be determined.