Chester Residents — Your opinion needed
A Community Psychology class at Widener University is currently working with the Chester Historical Preservation Committee (CHPC) on its plans for restoring Third Presbyterian Church. CHPC hopes to gain an understanding of Chester residents’ perspectives on their community needs, and how they can use this information to best plan this community project.
If you are interested in contributing your perspective, please fill out this anonymous survey. Details about the project are available within the survey. It should take about five minutes. Responses will be used to inform CHPC’s planning process. They will not be published publicly.
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