Op­er­a­tors hop­ing for 1,000 ideas to make Bray bet­ter

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THE PEO­PLE of Bray are speak­ing about how to ‘Make Bray Bet­ter’ and the re­sults are ex­pected to be in by the end of the month when op­er­a­tors of www.make­bray­bet­ter.com hope to have reached their tar­get of 1,000 re­sponses to the sur­vey.

Mick Glynn, Cllr. John Ryan and Sarah Wray from Fine Gael are be­hind the sur­vey which con­sists of 14 ques­tions about is­sues im­por­tant to the town.

The sur­vey at­tracted some tonguein-cheek re­sponses to an ap­peal from Mr. Glynn to an­swer the ques­tions on his own so­cial net­work­ing face­book site in Jan­uary.

‘Blow it up,’ was one of the ‘hi­lar­i­ous’ com­ments. Mr. Glynn very quickly made it clear in an on­line that he in no way agreed with the opin­ion of the poster.

‘If you’ve got com­ments to help make Bray bet­ter, keep them com­ing. If you want to take a pot-shot at Bray, then I sug­gest you find a dif­fer­ent fo­rum,’ he wrote af­ter the com­ment was re­ported on by the Bray Peo­ple. ‘We need peo­ple to get in­volved,’ said Glynn. ‘To shape constructive ideas for the fu­ture.’

The con­fi­den­tial sur­vey con­sists of 14 ques­tions and takes a max­i­mum of five min­utes to com­plete.

Ques­tions are wide rang­ing and are made up of a se­ries of sim­ple state­ments, from lo­cal trans­port, ser­vices, ed­u­ca­tion, crime and wel­fare is­sues with op­tions to ex­pand and en­ter com­ments.

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